Sunday, May 31, 2009

So Many Dynamos - The Loud Wars

"So Many Dynamos formed in 2002, has released 2 albums (2006’s “Flashlights” and 2004’s “When I Explode”) an EP (2003’s “Are We Not Drawn Onward To New Era”) and a seven inch (2005’s split w/ Houston’s Bring Back the Guns), and has played over 450 shows. They enjoy playing catch, eating at Cracker Barrel, and taking pictures of cats." -

Haven't listened to it yet but I just found it and felt the need to share it with whoever visits. Both of their previous albums were great and I'm sure this won't disappoint. Be sure to buy this when it comes out! Really, don't be a prick, support bands.


Labels: ,

Sunday, May 17, 2009

Frontier Ruckus - The Orion Songbook

This is the perfect blend of bluegrass/folk/indie that I've come across.

"Though Matthew Milia is technically a native to the vast and vaguely defined expanse known as Metro Detroit, he has somehow mythologized a residence of his own creation—a singular and dusky world called Orion Town.

Amid a map where towns blur into each other by the dozen, Milia’s geography survives as a connection of psychic landmarks,and containers of boundless amounts of obsessive memory."



Monday, May 4, 2009

Fiasco - Native Canadians/God Loves Fiasco

Fiasco is a trio from Brooklyn. They're an instrumental band. If you appreciate music at all you'll at least give this a try. Native Canadians is fully instrumental, God Loves Fiasco isn't.


Native Canadians


God Loves Fiasco


For fans of : Hella, Lightning Bolt


Blind Pilot - Three Rounds And A Sound

"Blind Pilot is an indie-folk band from Portland, OR. The band played the Carson Daly show in February and start a tour in early March. They released their debut album “3 Rounds And A Sound” in June 2008 on Expunged Records. NPR rated Blind Pilot’s debut album one of the best of 2008."

Yo NPR, I GOTTA AGREE WIT YOU ON THIS ONE. This is a band I get pissed off at not knowing about for the past year.



It is Rapidshare, but we all really love Rapidshare deep down.