Saturday, May 31, 2008

There's A Party in My Tummy - So Yummy, So Yummy!

Call this Sesame Street on E. Yo! Gabba Gabba is a children's show that, I think, has to have been written and developed by former ravers of the nineties.

The short below explains it all:

Wednesday, May 21, 2008

Idol Finale Tonight

From Idolator:
"With six hours to go until the final episode of this American Idol season, our poll, DialIdol, and Zabasearch are all claiming that David Cook's grunge revivalism has won the Internet version of the show, despite the three judges last night being firmly in the tank for David Archuleta. Whether or not those predictions are correct is an outcome we'll all have to wait many hours for,..."

Go David Cook!!

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Tuesday, May 13, 2008

Death Cab for Cutie - 'I Will Possess Your Heart'

The new Death Cab CD is released today. If their first single is any indication, the album is probably darker than its predecessors.

When I have spoken to friends and acquaintances regarding their thoughts about 'I Will Possess Your Heart,' the consensus seems to be general disapproval. Some individuals have stated that the song sounds too goth, while others have expressed annoyance at the relentlessly repetitive chorus.

I, on the other hand, have found myself really appreciating this new sound. Concededly, the lyrics do have a stalkerish quality to them, but the music imposes such a subtle level of perseverance just underneath the words, that I find the song to be simultaneously inspiring.

You can stream 'I Will Possess Your Heart' below:

Death Cab for Cutie - 'I Will Possess Your Heart'

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Saturday, May 10, 2008

Video Double Whammy - MGMT & Calvin Harris

There are a couple of pretty sweetastic music videos I ran across today that I felt deserved a posting.

The first is from Connecticut's MGMT (pronounced "management). Their spacey electronic masterpiece, 'Time to Pretend,' has been racing up the charts lately, and their video seems to be a great potential nominee for a VMA later down the road. With giant cats and multitudes of zebras, this vid is quite the visual experience:

(2) The second video is Calvin Harris' fairly recent single, 'Acceptable in the 80s.' A snappy 80s-inspired dance hit, this video revolves around the dissection of an otter-like animal and how the humans around it benefit from its "donations." All peeps born in the 1980s should definitely view this video below:

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Thursday, May 08, 2008

Kid Rock and Lynyrd Skynyrd to Tour

Kid Rock has come a long way since his rapping days. He's now going to be touring with Lynyrd Skynyrd!:

"Kid Rock and Lynyrd Skynyrd have announced that they will tour the US together this summer.

The rockers are set to kick off their 'Rock And Rebels' tour in Oklahoma City on August 8. They'll then play co-headlining dates in Houston, Indianapolis and Toronto before wrapping up in Hartford, Connecticut on August 31."

Read the rest of the article here.

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Monday, May 05, 2008

David Allen Coe - 'You Never Even Called Me By My Name'

It's not hard to like an outlaw country song. Not only are they great to drink a beer to, but the best ones always seem to speak to you in all the right places. 'You Never Even Called Me By My Name' is the perfect example of such a tune.

'You Never' is wrought mostly with bluesy despair during each verse, but once its rallying chorus kicks in, the song quickly transforms into a marshaling cry for all friends in low places:

"And I'll hang around as long as you will let me / And I never minded standin' in the rain / But you don't have to call me Darlin', Darlin' / You never even called me by my name!"

But perhaps the greatest part of 'You Never' is the final verse:

"Well, I was drunk the day my mom got out of prison / And I went to pick her up in the rain / But before I could get to the station in my pickup truck / She got runned over by a damned old train!"

Go ahead and listen to the David Allen Coe version of this All-American classic by streaming below:

David Allen Coe - 'You Never Even Called Me By My Name'

PS: For more outlaw country, stream some 'Snake Farm' by clicking here.

Friday, May 02, 2008

The Superimposers - 'The Northern Song'

This one from The Superimposers is heavily rooted in the layered harmonies of AM Gold---a formula that has proven successful time and time again. 'The Northern Song' is no exception.

Give the tune a listen to below. After hearing the "Bah, Bah, Bahs," you'll be glad you did:

The Superimposers - 'The Northern Song'

Thursday, May 01, 2008

RIAA Reports Vinyl Making Comeback

According to a post from Prefixmag:
"The RIAA figures indicate that 2007 vinyl sales increased by 36.6 percent in comparison to the previous year, while CD sales are down by 11.7 percent."

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