Archive | October, 2012

Leatherbag, Arum Rae (Jennifer)

October 31, 2012


First up today is a parting gift from Leatherbag, who called it a day earlier this year. This week they released a collection of demos and rarities from 2008-2012 on Bandcamp as a “thank you” to fans and listeners. Ranging from the rough sounding rehearsal version of Pretty Tuff to their true to form cover of Big Star’s Jesus Christ (that appeared on a Christmas song compilation) and closing with Living In The Dark (which was recorded in the studios where Big Star had its beginnings), these nuggets should make you smile and be grateful for a band that diehard fans like myself will miss dearly. There’s no time to be sad and we should all pay heed to Leatherbag’s musical advice of Start All Over Again – “It’s time for you to begin/now’s not the time to give in /and recognize that the past is just fiction/and start all over again”

:Leatherbag – Jesus Christ (Big Star Cover):

The summer of 2011 was when I was introduced to the stunning vocals of Arum Rae Valkonen, when she performed as part of the band, White Dress. Even in a venue such as the Cactus Cafe where people tend to pay attention and really listen, you could still feel a hushed sense of awe fall over the room. About a month ago, I saw her perform an impressive solo set at Hole in the Wall playing a mix of originals and covers (Her Hank Williams cover of I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry definitely left a lump in my throat).  Last week, a song she co-wrote with The Civil Wars’ John Paul White, If I Didn’t Know Better, was performed on the new ABC drama series, Nashville. After the episode aired, the song hit the #5 spot on the iTunes country chart. While the actors singing the duet version performed on the show did a beautiful job, I’m rather partial to the spooky vibe and the sultry yet mournful vocals sung by Arum Rae. The lyrics tell a tale to which many of us can relate – doing something wrong and knowing better but doing it anyway despite the consequences. Keep your ears open for more songs from her, as there’s an EP anticipated for release at the end of 2012 or early 2013.

Version performed on ABC’s Nashville by Clare Bowen and Sam Palladio.

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The Midgetmen (Album Premiere)

October 30, 2012


The Midgetmen are one of those Austin bands that you just have to love.  They work hard, they play loud, and they’re just as quick to mock your existence as they are to support it.  If you ask me, those are all great traits to have for just regular life, but they’re perfect if you plan on covering (and officially recording) all of Weird Al’s Dare To Be Stupid.  Do people even cover parody albums?  Why again is this happening?

Because why the hell not, that’s why.

That’s long been the Midgetmen’s approach to everything, and their little cover adventure has put the slop-punk act in a damn good spot.  They’ll be kicking off Fun Fun Fun Fest on the Yellow Stage at 11:50am this Friday, and all of Dare To Be Stupid is debuting here at Side One Track One.  One of those actually matters, but who’s counting.

Now, before you move on to checking out the album there’s a few things I need you to do.

1) Turn the volume on your speakers way up.

2) Open a beer.

3) Download the title track and sneak it into every mix from here out.

4) Open another beer.

5) Read Midgetmen bassist/vocalist Marc Perlman’s Dare To Be Stupid ramble.


The Midgetmen always knew we’d turn into a huge successful festival band, similar to Widespread Panic where tens of thousands of lily white Americans with little rhythmic skills would awkwardly sway and twirl to our tunes. It just happened to take us a full decade, yet we still don’t have a tune with any redeeming rhythmic qualities. We’ve spent the better part of 2012 learning (and The Midgetmen always use the word “learning” in the loosest manner possible) all of Weird Al’s Dare To Be Stupid, recording it, and then re-learning it for Fun Fun Fun Fest and we’re flattered that anyone would actually be awake early enough on a Friday morning to come watch the spectacle. And playing on the “comedy stage”? A wiser man than us once said that it’s all comedy. And he was correct.

The dozens of people who have paid attention to our modest attempts at this “being in a band” thing over the past decade know that The Midgetmen don’t really like to half ass things even if we’re in it just for free beers and a fun time. We could have spent way more time on the recording of Dare To Be Stupid to get the vocals better, the rhythm tracks like a metronome, and the mic placement perfect but does anyone actually want The Midgetmen’s version of Chinese Democracy? (Don’t answer that, because we’ve got to leave something in the tank for year #20) What we’ve recorded — the entirety of Dare To Be Stupid capped by a self parodying medley of our own songs called Hooked On Beer in a nod to Weird Al’s Hooked On Polka — seems like the perfect way to cap 10 years of free beer and musical stupidity: It’s a thank you to ourselves and our fans.

Yes, we just thanked ourselves. Before we thanked you.

Just wait for year #11, #15, and #20.


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10 Artists You Need To See At Fun Fun Fun Fest

October 29, 2012


Fun Fun Fun Fest takes over Auditorium Shores this weekend, and I’m pumped.  Like every year, the festival is packed with a large variety of acts that must been seen.  Refused, Santigold, Explosions In The Sky, Run DMC – these are just a few of the big names that will be delighting the masses.  As I noted, though, the lineup is stacked, and that means there will also be quite a bit of good music going on during the afternoon.  Below you’ll find the 10 bands that I think you should head out early to see.  Enjoy.

PS – Tickets are still available!  Also, the FFF Nites are going to be killer.  Check out the list of acts here.  The shows are free if you have a Fun Fun Fun Fest wristband.


Celebration Rock is quite possibly the best rock release of the year, and I know these two guys put on a great show.  Combine those two things with the rowdy attitude (from the artist and the crowd) that tends to come with the Black Stage, and it’s possible that the world will catch on fire.  I can’t wait to see what happens.

:Japandroids – The Nights Of Wine And Roses:

Japandroids play the Black Stage at 4:20pm on Sunday.

Icona Pop

This pop duo put out one of the year’s catchiest tracks, and they’re riding a fairly large wave of buzz.  Time to see if they’re worth all the attention.  I’m hoping they are, as it could make for a really entertaining show.

:Icona Pop – I Love It:

Icona Pop play the Blue Stage at 1:50pm on Friday.


I saw this band at SXSW, and I came away fairly impressed.  Their sound is of the simple, straightforward retro pop variety, but they work it and put on an upbeat show that will surely play well amongst the chaos of Fun Fun Fun Fest.

:Bleached – Searching Through The Past:

Bleached play the Orange Stage at 2:10pm on Sunday.


This list isn’t in any particular order, but if it was I’d probably put Fidlar near the top of it.  They’ve released so many good songs in 2012, and I must hear them all live.  Or, if anything, I at least want to hold a drink high in the air as the band plays Cheap Beer.

:Fidlar – Cheap Beer:

Fidlar play the Black Stage at 1:05pm on Friday.


To be honest, I don’t know much about this act.  I can only say that Harlem Shake is one hell of a banger, and I have to see how the crowd handles it.  I predict a dance party that will be spoken of for years to come.

:Baauer – Harlem Shake:

Baauer plays the Blue Stage at 1:45pm on Sunday.

Yellow Ostrich

This band has been mentioned so many times around here that I’m sure you already had plans to see them.  RIGHT?  If for some crazy reason you didn’t, be sure to go.  They have a large handful of stellar songs in their repertoire, and I always find their live sets to be very good.

:Yellow Ostrich – Marathon Runner:

Yellow Ostrich play the Orange Stage at 12:30pm on Friday.

Fang Island

I’ve been wanting to see these guys play for a long time.  Their recorded stuff is full of energy, and they seem like a band that will own the festival setting and do something fun.

:Fang Island – Asunder:

Fang Island play the Orange Stage at 1:35pm on Sunday.

The Helio Sequence

I imagine that many of you are already very aware of the Helio Sequence, but they’re playing so early in the day that I wanted to make sure to highlight them.  Also, their latest album, Negotiations, is a good one, and I can’t wait to hear the new songs live.

:The Helio Sequence – Hall Of Mirrors:

The Helio Sequence play the Orange Stage at 2:10pm on Saturday.


I’ve had the pleasure of seeing this guy twice, and both times I wanted to find him after his set and give him the best high five possible.  He’s an absolute blast, and I wouldn’t be surprised if he came out of Fun Fun Fun Fest with a new legion of fans.

:Astronautalis – Dimitri Mendeleev:

Astronautalis plays the Blue Stage at 4:55pm on Friday.


I’ve grown to like Torche because of their most recent album, Harmonicraft.  They do catchy, anthemic metal tunes that are fun to sing-a-long to, and I expect they’ll make for a nice change of pace on the Black Stage.

:Torche – Letting Go:

Torche play the Black Stage at 2:15pm on Friday.


Because sometimes the world is just crazy enough that covering Weird Al’s Dare To Be Stupid will land you a spot at a large festival.  Nailed it!  I’m super excited for these local guys to be playing (and kicking off, actually) Fun Fun Fun Fest.  I’ve seem them do the aforementioned covers before, and they’re actually pretty good.

On a related note, tomorrow I’ll be premiering a downloadable track and a full stream of the Midgetmen’s cover of Dare To Be Stupid!  Be sure to drop by and check it out.

The Midgetmen play the Yellow Stage on Friday at 11:50am.

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Weekly Movie News Rundown

October 27, 2012


Time for your weekly movie news update!  Below you’ll find a slew of sentences meant to provide a brief glimpse of what’s been going on over the past week in movieland.  If something leaves you desperate for more info, then my advice is to do a little extra research on one or all of the following fantastic sites:  Latino Review, Dark Horizons, Ain’t It Cool News, CHUD and/or JoBlo.  Read on!

Adam Sandler’s next film will be a comedic western titled Ridiculous 6.

James Mangold recently noted that The Wolverine is not a prequel.

Ryan Gosling has dropped out of the Logan’s Run remake.

Arnold Schwarzenegger will star in The Legend Of Conan.

Matthew Vaughn is no longer set to direct X-Men: Days Of Future Past.  Bryan Singer is being rumored as a possible replacement.

Reportedly, the rumors about Mark Walhberg starring in Transformers 4 are false.

Frank Grillo (The Grey) may play Crossbones in Captain America: The Winter Soldier.

Once James Cameron is done with Avatar, he will direct an adaptation of The Informationist.

Tate Taylor (The Help) may direct a James Brown biopic.

Ubisoft has teamed up with New Regency is bring an Assassin’s Creed film to the big screen.  Michael Fassbender is officially set to star.

Christian Bale and Johnny Depp may star in Transcendence, which is the directorial debut of cinematographer Wally Pfister (Inception, The Dark Knight Trilogy).  The movie is said to follow a programmer would accidentally creates a computer that becomes self-aware.

Bradley Cooper and Emma Stone may star in Cameron Crowe’s next film.  No word yet on a title or plot.

John Logan (Skyfall) has been hired to write Bond 24 and 25.

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Stream This

October 26, 2012


The SOTO inbox is always full of cool stuff that never gets to see the light of day on the actual site, and I’d like to change that.  So, every Friday I’ll be posting the best album streams and videos that were sent my way during the week.  Take a scroll and find something worth remembering.


Matt Bauer – No Shape Can Hold Me Now
Autumn Owls – Between Buildings, Towards The Sea
Death Songs – Sung Inside A House
Chad Valley – Younger Hunger
Andrew Bird – Hands Of Glory
Talk Normal – Sunshine


P.O.S. had to cancel his tour due to needing a kidney transplant.  You can donate money here.  We Don’t Even Live Here is out now.

DFA just released Sinkane’s new album, Mars.

INDYNS will put out a full length in the coming months.

The Hood Internet recently released FEAT.

You can pick up The Alchemist’s Russian Roulette now.

M83 will put out a Steve McQueen single (complete with remixes) on November 27.

Emil And Friends released the Royal Oats EP this week.

The Raveonettes released Observator earlier this year.

Wintersleep’s latest album is titled Hello Hum, and it’s available now.

Everybody’s Got It Easy But Me is out now.  The Intelligence play Red 7 on November 3.

Soley’s We Sink is out now.

Stars just played ACL.  The North is available now.

This is actually a different edit of ParadiseWild Nothing’s Nocturne is out now.

The Faint play Emo’s East on November 28 in celebration of the Danse Macabre reissue.

Vinyl Williams will release Lemniscate on November 13.

A Place To Bury Strangers are set to play Fun Fun Fun FestWorship is out now.

The Sword recently released Apocryphon.  They’ll be playing Fun Fun Fun Fest.

Sylver Tongue will release the Something Big EP on November 6.

Asthmatic Kitty will release Silver & Gold: Songs For Christmas Volumes 6-10 on November 13.  Sufjan Stevens will play Emo’s East on December 1.

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Hip Hop Hooray (Leah)

October 26, 2012


Those that know me know that I have an enormous amount of respect for hip hop – that’s why I listen to it, do a radio show about it, and love it with a fire to rival the summer heat in Austin. However, having a great respect for an art form does not preclude me from reveling in said form when it just gets totally silly.  Because of that, I am a total sucker for novelty hip hop and I sure hope you are too because this month’s mix is all Halloween novelty hip hop curated by yours truly. Enjoy and be safe on Halloween, you crazy kids!

:DJ Jazzy Jeff And The Fresh Prince – A Nightmare On My Street:
:Aesop Rock – Homemade Mummy:
:Binary Star – Wolf Man Jack:
:MC Chris – Halloween:
:Onyileatron5000 – The Crazy Organistinator:
:Ill Gill And TG – Halloween Costume:
:Run DMC – Ghostbusters:
:Doug E Fresh And The Get Fresh Crew – Spirit:
:Braille – Frankenstein:
:FELT – Ghost Dance Deluxe:
:Man Mantis – Come Into My Parlor:
:Something Anything – Monster Rock:
:People Under the Stairs – Creepshow:
:MC Esoteric – Zombie:
:Mac Miller -  Born On Halloween (Featuring Ghosty):
:Dr Dre – Murder Ink (Instrumental):

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October 25, 2012


Famous Class’ Less Artists, More Condo series has already delivered tracks from A Place To Bury Strangers, Ceremony, Future Islands, Ed Schrader’s Music Beat, Thee Oh Sees, and the Mallard, but I think their best entry is their latest release, which features Deerhoof and Half Waif.  Check out the former’s song below, and then head to Bandcamp to “pay what you want” for it.  All of the proceeds go to the Ariel Panero Memorial Fund at VH1 Save the Music.  Enjoy.

:Deerhoof – Sexy, But Sparkly:  This has instantly become one of my favorite Deerhoof tracks.  It’s bouncy, refreshing, and oddly catchy.  Yes, that’s the description for most songs by this band, but this effort is those three things to the fullest.

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Crooked Bangs, A Giant Dog (Dan)

October 24, 2012


Just when I think I’ve covered all notable garage rock bands in the Central Texas area, I realize I’ve totally overlooked some great ones.

Crooked Bangs’ self-titled album is a potent blend of post-punk and garage rock … which is to say it’s right up my alley. It was produced by Mike McCarthy (Spoon, Trail of Dead, Heartless Bastards) and released on his Western Medical Records label. It’s fast paced, full of power tracks, and one of the most impressive debuts of the year. Each member of this trio packs a wallop but they don’t ever overpower or cramp one another. Rather their combined force blends together to make one incredible superpower of rock. Layered on top of the stellar musicianship is the unique vocals of singer Leda Celeste Ginestra. She alternates between English and French while delivering her often dark lyrics. It all makes for a hell of a band and one you definitely need to see and listen to. Your next chance is Halloween night when Crooked Bangs play the 29th St. Ballroom.

:Crooked Bangs – Be Young – Sois Jeune (Et Tais Toi):
:Crooked Bangs – Halfway – Lucifer, Mon Amour:

When I was in Chicago this summer for the Pitchfork Musical Festival, I went to a Ty Segall after-show and met some random guy from Dallas. We got to talking about our favorite Texas garage rock bands and he mentioned A Giant Dog. When I confessed I wasn’t familiar with them, he looked at me incredulously. He then berated me for living in Austin and not seeing A Giant Dog at every possible opportunity. Well, I gave them a listen when I got home, and he was right. They’re pretty awesome and I should have known about them sooner. Thanks random dude!

The band features members of Bad Sports, OBN III’s, and Bobby Jealousy. Earlier this year they released an album, Fight, and they have just followed that up with a new 7” called Dammit Pomegranate. Like Crooked Bangs, A Giant Dog is fronted by a female singer and the music features a number of punk and garage elements. However, the tempo is slowed down a bit and the tracks have more pop appeal (especially on the new 7”).

A Giant Dog just finished playing a series of shows around Austin, so if you missed them, you lose. Just kidding! A Giant Dog plays November 5 at Beerland in support of the new record. In the meantime, hop on Spotify or iTunes and see why this band inspires fans to berate complete strangers over the greatness of A Giant Dog.

:A Giant Dog – Chatterteeth:
:A Giant Dog – To Put It Bluntly:

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Stars, Rufus Wainwright, Tegan And Sara (Zoe)

October 24, 2012


Oh, ACL. You were such fun! I got to see so many great bands, and hang out with a tipsy John Laird – what could be better?

The best of lists have been posted long ago, but due to the every two weekish (sorry John!) nature of this column, I’m a little behind. Instead of writing about bands, I’m gonna write about songs. Here are my top three favorite songs that I saw performed at ACL.

:Tegan And Sara – Walking With A Ghost:  The minute these energetic ladies hit the stage, they burst into this song. Walking With A Ghost regularly battles with Nineteen as my favorite T&S song, and they played both, but this song is just so much better suited to a live show. It’s a powerful sounding indie rock tune that begs for a sing-along sesh. And as long as you’re singing along, you might as well just air guitar this entire song, home alone, in your pjs. Not that I’ve ever done that.

:Rufus Wainwright – The Art Teacher:  I think this was the most poignant moment of the festival for me. The solo piano is an excellent accompaniment to Wainwright’s incredibly rich voice. Listening to Rufus Wainwright always feels to me like eating an indulgent, creamy dessert. Although I’ve never been in love with a teacher before, the song is easily applicable to any first-love situation. Or you can just tune out the lyrics and relax into the smooth keys.

:Stars – We Don’t Want Your Body:  Before you relax too much, have a dance party to this song. The entire crowd for Stars at ACL certainly did! The dual vocals on this song provide a badass contrast, and the upbeat synth line masks some seriously dark lyrics. It’s an anthem for the good girls and boys – and we’ve all been in the position of getting bummed out on someone. It’s signature Stars complexity, but doubles as a party jam!

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Action Bronson

October 23, 2012


Action Bronson is awesome.  I kind of ignored the guy when people first started mentioning his name, and I’m not even sure why.  Everything he does is as inspired as can be!  What was I thinking?  Anyhow, he has a mixtape coming up that was produced by The Alchemist.  Check out a track below.  Rare Chandeliers is expected out next month.

:Action Bronson – The Symbol:  This song has the two things that every Action Bronson effort these days seems to have – a rad arrangement and pure verbal magic.  The guy just can’t miss.  Somebody help me give him the biggest high five ever when he plays Emo’s East on November 21 with Cypress Hill.

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Quickdraw: Empress Of, Jinja Safari, Popstrangers, Woodsman, Indians

October 22, 2012


Today’s music used to work at the mall.  Enjoy.

:Empress Of – Don’t Tell Me:  Lorely Rodriguez is a brand new artist that resides in Brooklyn.  This track, which is her first single, has somewhat of a plodding pace, but I really like the soaring vocals.  Not sure when this will show up on anything official, so grab it now.

:Jinja Safari – Hiccups:  This is really refreshing piece of pop.  The arrangement has a pleasant, bouncy feel to it, and when I hear I want to go skip around somewhere.  The band is expected to put out a full length early next year.

:Popstrangers – Heaven:  Here’s the latest addition to the Carpark Records roster.  The band is out of New Zealand, and I think they have a pretty solid pop rock sound.  You’ll be able to snatch up Antipodes on February 26.

:Woodsman – Sonic Tomb:  These guys are in the midst of putting together a new full length, and this brooding instrumental number is one of the tracks that didn’t make the cut.  It’s worth your time, though.  I promise.  The All Tangled Up 7″ is out now via Lefse.

:Indians – Cakelakers:  If you’re going to get lost in something today, it should be this beautiful track.  Headphones are a must, so slap some on before hitting play.  4AD will put out the band’s debut, Somewhere Else, on January 29.  They’re also set to play the Mohawk on November 9.

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Weekly Movie News Rundown

October 21, 2012


Time for your weekly movie news update!  Below you’ll find a slew of sentences meant to provide a brief glimpse of what’s been going on over the past week in movieland.  If something leaves you desperate for more info, then my advice is to do a little extra research on one or all of the following fantastic sites:  Latino Review, Dark Horizons, Ain’t It Cool News, CHUD and/or JoBlo.  Read on!

David Fincher is reportedly interested in having Brad Pitt star in a new version of 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea.

A Justice League movie is now expected to hit theaters in 2015.

Tom Cruise will star in Our Name Is Adam for Paramount.  The movie is said to follow a man who travels back in time and meets himself.

A movie based on Freddie Mercury is said to be in the works with Sacha Baron Cohen as the lead and Stephen Frears (High Fidelity) as the director.

Jim Carrey may star in Loomis Fargo, which is based on the true story of a group who stole $17 million from an armored truck.

Jason Segel and Drew Pearce are said to be working on a big screen version of the documentary, The Other F Word.

Joe Wright (Hanna) is said to be looking at directing a movie based on the novel, The Secret Life Of Harry Houdini.

Andy Serkis is said to be aiming to do a mo-cap version of George Orwell’s Animal Farm.

Nicholas Cage is set to star in a new adaptation of the Left Behind series.

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Stream This

October 19, 2012


The SOTO inbox is always full of cool stuff that never gets to see the light of day on the actual site, and I’d like to change that.  So, every Friday I’ll be posting the best album streams and videos that were sent my way during the week.  Take a scroll and find something worth remembering.


POS – We Don’t Even Live Here
GRMLN – Explore EP
Black Moth Super Rainbow – Cobra Juicy
Gary Clark Jr – Blak And Blu
Other Lives – Mind The Gap EP
Trail Of Dead – Lost Songs
Diamond Rings – Free Dimensional
Bat For Lashes – The Haunted Man
Titus Andronicus – Local Business
The Man With The Iron Fists – Soundtrack
Paul Banks – Banks


Why? just released Mumps, etc, and they’re playing Fun Fun Fun Fest next month.

Heartless Bastards released Arrow earlier this year.  They play Stubb’s on November 8.

La Sera’s Sees The Light is out now on Hardly Art.

Autumn Owls will release Between Buildings, Towards The Sea next week.

Wild Belle will release Isles early next year.

FatCat Records will put out the US Girls’ GEM next week.

Mean Creek put out Youth Companion this week via Old Flame Records.

Sorry To Bother You is the name of the new album from The Coup.  It’s due October 30.

Bon Iver put out Bon Iver, Bon Iver last year.

El-P’s Cancer 4 Cure is available now.

The xx recently released Coexist.

Fenster just lined up some East Coast dates in support of Bones.

Social Studies will put out Developer on November 13 via Antenna Farm Records.

The Casket Girls will release their debut on November 6 via Graveface Records.  They play the Mohawk on November 3.

Chris Cohen put out Overgrown Path on Captured Tracks earlier this year.

Gangi just released Gesture Is.

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That Time Of The Month (Mikela)

October 19, 2012


Cover songs. Love ‘em or hate ‘em, they’re a surefire way to get people talking. They pay homage to the classics, and often put a new spin on something tired.

Many are even more famous than the original. Sure, Dolly Parton may have penned I Will Always Love You, but it’s Whitney Houston’s take that put the song on the map. In fact, many women have offered their own takes on songs that aren’t their own, and I’m here to give them some love.

So here, I present you with some of my favorite Cover Girls. Ladies that have lent their sound to something pre-existing (often written by a man), and made it just as great or better. So much for the fairer sex, right? These gals are no shrinking violets, that’s for sure.

:Aimee Mann – One (Three Dog Night):
:Cat Power – I Found A Reason (The Velvet Underground):
:Ellie Goulding – Your Song (Elton John):
:Cowboy Junkies – Sweet Jane (The Velvet Underground):
:She And Him – You Really Got A Hold On Me (Smokey Robinson And The Miracles):
:Fiona Apple – Across The Universe (The Beatles):
:Jenny Lewis And The Watson Twins – Handle With Care (The Traveling Wilburys):
:Blondie – Hanging On The Telephone (The Nerves):
:Sharon Jones And The Dap Kings – This Land Is Your Land (Pete Seeger):
:Lissie – Pursuit Of Happiness (Kid Cudi):
:Yael Naim – Toxic (Britney Spears):
:Patti Smith – Gloria (In Exelsis Deo) (Van Morrison):

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Outer Minds

October 18, 2012


Outer Minds have been working it in 2012.  Earlier in the year they released a debut full length, and now they’re already following it up with their sophomore effort.  It’s titled Behind The Mirror, and it’s available digitally now on FDH Records.  Enjoy.

:Outer Minds – Those Machines:  This is a fantastic little bundle of a song.  I love the super quick pace, and the vintage garage rock sound is spot on.  Be sure to crank the volume.

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