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Looks like The Dø is finally headed west again. They’ve already knocked out a couple shows in NY, will be hitting Canada this week and will end in LA on the 22nd at the Troubadour. The Do – At Last (kidam version) from THE DO on Vimeo.
New music from J*Davey
Jealous once again that I cannot go!! Enter to win tix to the secret show at iheartradio.
Peter Bjorn and John – Nothing to Worry About (Troublemaker Remix feat. Adam Tensta, U-N-I and The 87 Stick Up Kids)Friday, April 24th, 2009
Always been a fan of Peter, Bjorn, and John, but when I saw this remix of their hit “Nothing to Worry About” featuring fellow Swede Adam Tensta (thanks Couch Sessions) by Troublemaker, I had to check it out.
Only a couple more weeks until Chester French releases their debut album Love the Future, but in the meantime they’ve released this mixtape featuring artists like Janelle Monae, Pharrell Williams, and Common
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.
Another Chi-town artist trying to make waves outside of the Great Lakes, Nikki Lynette is an eccentric singer with a funky and versatile sound. Peep the Motown influenced “Need A Man” below…
In preparation for their 5th full-length album release due out March 24th, The Decemberists are offering up a free download of “The Rake’s Song”, from The Hazards of Love. Apparently the whole album plays like a story, so the album will be performed straight through for their upcoming concerts. You do have to sign up [...]
So last night on the premiere of “Diary of a Call Girl”, I hear this great soulful song at the end of the show, that ends up bursting at the seems into a full out rock song. After searching endlessly for the song, I found it to be “Break Free” by The Noisettes. Now I [...]« Previous Entries