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Thank the heavens above I am back online! My internet has been out since Friday, so I apologize. It seems that here in my tiny Swiss town, trying to find a café with wireless is about as hard as trying to find a patch of land not covered in snow. So I will use this tiny window of opportunity (who knows how long the internet will stay up) to drop a remix that showed up in my inbox. It’s Phoenix’s “1901″ remixed by a group called
I love French Bands…be on the lookout for Phoenix’s new album, Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix on May 25th.
A new Stereo Cupcake favorite, KRTS’s music has me wishing I could hop a plane, and catch one of his shows right now. Luckily for me, his songs feel as if they are being performed live, weaving seamlessly
Just needed something to help me relax today, and this Blind Pilot track hit the spot. Reminds me a bit of one of my favorite singer-songwriters, Sondre Lerche.
I love when good music just falls into my inbox. Such was the case with the Chicago based duo Coltrane Motion. Take Matt & Kim, mix in a little Silversun Pickups,
I forgot all about this David Sugar track, but I stumbled upon it in my library this morning. A smooth track with a slight funk/reggae bounce to it, “Memory Store”
Never Better, P.O.S.’s third album dropped yesterday, and I’m still trying to wrap my head around it. Staying true to his punk rock roots, he presents an album that is loud and noisy, along with a delivery whose urgency is a little overwhelming at times.
My first encounter with The Invisible came when Vibes and Stuff sent over a copy of Micachu’s “Monster Munch” remix, and ever since I’ve been a fan. I
So Spinner.com has this awesome thing called the Full CD Listening Party. Basically, you get to listen to new releases for free. Honestly, it’s awesome, you have the opportunity to expose yourself to a lot of music that you might have missed out on normally. Only downside….the albums don’t seem to stay up for that [...]
Go pick up your free download of “Don’t Spit At Her Face” by Stricken City. Expecting big things from them this year….big.« Previous Entries Next Entries »