Items tagged "Music":

  1. Agent Orange - Bloodstains (Studio Version)

    I saw them years ago at the Lion’s Lair in Denver, CO. And they’re still touring strong, if you’re in CA you can check them out at Clash V aka the Clash at Claremont at the Mission Valley YMCA Skatepark on March 19, 2011.  

    Agent Orange on

    Agent Orange on myspace


  2. Who’s Next?

    Ethereal, Tropical, Crunk, Visual or Acousmatic - these labels seem to define the sounds that speak to me most recently.

    Now we have Unouomedude.

    Jacksonville’s Unouomedude is making some bold pop. He’s bringin’ everything from 8-bit beatz to anthemic indie jams, and covering it all with strong vocals. I expect we’ll be seeing a lot more from Uno in the coming months. Give him a follow on the tumblrs.

    via yvynyl + jesuisperdu


  3. Happy Birthday Prince Rogers Nelson

    Prince is the second album by Prince, released on October 19, 1979.

    Track Listing

    Side one

    1. I Wanna Be Your Lover" – 5:49
    2. Why You Wanna Treat Me So Bad?" – 3:49
    3. Sexy Dancer" – 4:18
    4. "When We’re Dancing Close and Slow" – 5:23

    Side two

    1. "With You" – 4:00
    2. "Bambi" – 4:22
    3. Still Waiting" – 4:15
    4. I Feel for You" – 3:24
    5. "It’s Gonna Be Lonely" – 5:27


  4. Michael Holman is a hip hop artist, as well as Early 1980s, Downtown Scene “subculturalist” best known as the screenwriter of the film, “Basquiat,” directed by Julian Schnabel and released by Miramax Films, host of the short-lived hip hop music program Graffiti Rock and a founding member, along with Jean-Michel Basquiat, of the experimental rock band Gray.

    Michael Holman interview with White Walls San Francisco

    Michael Holman’s Website

    Michael Holman on Wikipedia


  5. Turn On The Lights

    We stumbled across The So So Glos in the fall in 2008, right around Thanksgiving in Bushwick, Brooklyn in a venue that reminded us of a living room. Many words have been used to describe their sound, not the least of which include punk, crunk and tropical. Alex Levine’s youthful voice evokes memories of Joe Strummer and the feelgood vibes of The Clash at their height. They revived Brooklyn’s All-Ages music scene with the opening of the Market Hotel, a joint effort with promoter Todd P. At this point they have made three recordings available to the public, including a 7” single for Throw Your Hands Up, a self-titled LP and most recently Tourism/Terrorism which includes  the standout track Island Loops, whose marching band inspired drums immediately call the listener to attention. If tha track alone is not enough to get you out to the show, consider all the money you will save shooting Evan Williams with a Black Label chaser.

    Go get rowdy tonight!

    Fri 5/28 8:00 PM: The So So Glos w/ Grooms, Fiasco, Ava Luna, Yvette  at MONSTER ISLAND BASEMENT All Ages $7

    Do what you need to do, but find The So So Glos online

    The So So Glos on MySpace Music

    Green Owl - The So So Glos Tourism/Terrorism: The So So Glos The So So Glos

    The So So Glos | Facebook

    Oh My Rockness - Tour Dates

    BBC - Music - Review of The So So Glos - Tourism/Terrorism

    The So So Glos / MP3 & Music Blog Songs / The Hype Machine

    The So So Glos - Download The So So Glos Music on iTunes


  6. Dirty Projectors + tUnE-YaRdS Concert Poster

    from Gig Posters

    tUnE-YaRdS on Myspace

    tUnE-YaRdS Website


  7. Betty Davis - They Say I’m Different

    Betty Davis on emusic


  8. Barcelona Music

    Johny Price on myspace


  9. Video: Dave.i.d - Why Weren’t the Message Sent

    Director - Danny Sangra
    Producer - Patrick Tichy
    Company - A Minute Silence

    Dave.i.d on myspace


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