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The Monday Set: Shout Out Louds – Los Angeles – 5/23/2013

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Shout Out Louds
El Rey Theater
Los Angeles, CA

Stockholm’s Shout Out Louds have just finished their US tour in support of the new album Optica with a two-night stand at LA’s El Rey Theater 사주팔자 프로그램. It was their first visit to the city in three years. If you haven’t heard them before, their music can be described as often bleakly wistful lyrics completely camouflaged by bright, sunny tunes 사랑의 온도 1화. Over the years, they’ve increasingly polished up their production and slowed down their tempos — originally, they could clearly be categorized as garage-rock revivalists, but now they almost sound like Gran Turismo-era Cardigans in those regards Download the Lisa game.

This recording is from the first show, which featured a good mix of new and old, with seven songs off the new record, and three each from their killer début, 2005’s Howl Howl Gaff Gaff, 2007’s Our Ill Wills, and 2010’s Work 오딘 최신. A real standout was main set closer “Very Loud,” which featured the addition of lyrics from LCD Soundsystem’s classic, “All My Friends.”

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Set list:
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3. The Comeback
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8. Illusions
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14. Destroy
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Download: Shout Out Louds – Los Angeles – 5/23/2013 – 445 MB

Sample: Very Loud (Live)
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Magnolia Electric Co. – Baton Rouge – 9/27/2006


Magnolia Electric Co.
Spanish Moon
Baton Rouge, LA

Apologies for the long post.

The terrible news yesterday was of Jason Molina’s passing. Jason was the force behind the Songs: Ohia moniker (largely for his own solo work) and Magnolia Electric Co (which saw him working with a regular band) 카카오 비디오. He collaborated with a wide variety of artists from indie, country, and bluegrass backgrounds, including Arab Strap, Jim Krewson and Jennie Bedford (of Jim and Jennie and the Pinetops), Lawrence Peters, Scout Niblett, and Sarah Jaffe. He also released solo work under his own name and under the name Pyramid Electric Co.

The first public sign that things were wrong came in 2009, when the tour to support Jason’s album with Will Johnson was cancelled due to Jason’s health problems. These problems were not explained at the time, and Jason seemed to have fallen off the face of the planet. Then in May 2010, an interview emerged suggesting that he simply decided to move because of a new job his wife took in London Brain God7.

But notes on Magnolia Electric Co.’s website seemed to tell a different story: he was sick, he moved to West Virginia and was working on a farm. A Kickstarter project was started to help him pay his medical bills…and now, finally, suddenly, the news that he had died, at age 39, of natural causes…but natural causes related to “severe alcoholism.” I wasn’t aware until now of this prophetic piece in Chunklet.

I first heard Jason when I was living in Athens, Greece, of all places, in 2003. I went to the biggest music store in the city, Metropolis (now vanished) Advertising Information Center. Up on the third floor, some hipper-than-thou employees had put on The Lioness. I thought maybe it was Will Oldham, but they were all too happy to correct me. I bought the album, and that was it – I had discovered my new favorite artist.

I saw Jason perform three times, in 2004 (Charlottesville), 2006 (Baton Rouge), and 2007 (New Orleans). I spoke with him on two of those occasions. We only said hi the second time, but when I talked to him in Baton Rouge, we had a great conversation, talking about the fact that I’m an archaeologist, and that he was always finding Indian artifacts on his family property in Indiana Download the wedding dress. I suggested that he contact the local historical society or university and let them do a dig. He seemed interested in the prospect. We also talked about the baffling phenomenon of low attendance at the band’s shows in the South, and how hard it was for them to justify coming to Louisiana, even though they loved it (Florida had long been ignored for this very reason).

I made two recordings of Magnolia Electric Co.’s shows, both from the soundboard. I already posted a song from one of them, a cover of Waylon Jennings’ “Mamas, Don’t Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys” that now seems eerily prescient. He made a habit of not playing old songs live. I had long considered posting the show you find here, even though the quality isn’t that great – the levels are too high and overloaded, especially when the keyboard is going 스텔라리움 무료. But whatever – the man deserves a tribute, this is what I’ve got, so here it is. This recording includes a brief mention of the origin of the song “Spanish Moon Rise and Fall” from the box set.

I’m just going to leave a section from the interview linked above to close:

JM: I think covers are important; I’ve seen it in its maximum power during the Johnny Cash American Recording sessions. You might notice that my songs did not get covered by Cash, or maybe one did but it’s not been released.

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JM: Yeah, but I think that Willie [Nelson] took it. Then I did that “Song for Willie”… One of my band mates, Daniel McAdams, did the cover art for the new Willie Nelson record. He’s a brilliant silkscreen artist, he did the first Songs:Ohia record, he played bass with me for years, we shared a place together, so I said, “well, look I did this ‘Song for Willie,’ can you give him this fucking record?” and he did, so at least Willie has that in his hands. “Song for Willie” is, I think, the best song I ever wrote. Ever. And whether or not he ever hears it, it doesn’t matter 윈도우10 gpedit.msc.

JT: I’ll have to go back and listen to that song again. I was listening to it this morning. I mean I like that song a lot, but—well, I don’t want to sit here and have a fight with you about which of your own songs is the best, but I guess if I was putting a list together, “Farewell Transmission” would be a really strong contender for me. Also “It’s Made Me Cry”, with that one riff. I can’t even tell you how many hundreds of times I’ve listened to that song, which is actually hard to “get lost” in in the way I was describing before, because it’s so short. You have to just put it on again and—

JM: (hums riff)

JT: – Yeah, exactly.

JM: Well, when it comes to that song, and some others like the “The Lioness” and “The Black Crow,” I get a feeling that those are longtime fans hits City of Crime. But I don’t like playing them. I already lived those moments.
“Farewell Transmission” must be one of the most heroic recording moments of all time, because I called in people that were not already scheduled to be in the band and I was like, “Oh, now we’re going to have a violin player, and we’re going to have an extra singer.” I called out all of these things, much like a conductor does – and trust me, I’m not a conductor. I’m the break man. I will not fuck you up if I am the break man, I just don’t want to move anymore.
We put, I think, about 12 people in a room and recorded that song live, completely live, and unrehearsed. I showed ‘em the chord progression, they had no idea when it would end, and we just cut it.
Steve [Albini] did a beautiful job. I noticed that at one point when it was a little too loud or a little too soft he came and opened a door to make it work, because it was just an ambient recording 쿵후 프리즌. When you hear that song kick off everybody knows it, and what’s so disturbing to me is the way that I ended it is I was dictating to the band and Steve—I go “Listen. Listen. Listen.” And then at one point they all stop. It’s great.

JT: I can’t even believe that was done live and improvised. That is absolutely stunning.

JM: I got all my favorite friends from Chicago, and my favorite, good musicians and we just did this record, and it has lasted. It’s got weight, I’m talking 500 pound weight; something you ain’t going to be able to lift too easy Download Zootopia ost. You have to understand we’re working on a string, and Steve is throwing us a bone, giving us the studio and everything, and we are terrified about how expensive it is and he just went the extra mile. That’s the way it works and that’s where I come from. You get the job fucking done.


Set List:
1. Talk to Me, Devil, Again
2. What Comes after the Blues?
3. No Moon on the Water
4. Just Be Simple
5. Leave the City
6. Montgomery Bound
7. Lonesome Valley
8. Memphis Moon
9. Marsh Fire
10. Astrabel
11. I’ve Been Riding with the Ghost
12. Spanish Moon story
13. Shiloh
14. Hammer Down

Download: Magnolia Electric Co. – Baton Rouge – 9/27/2006 – 101 MB

Sample: I’ve Been Riding with the Ghost (Live)
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The Monday Set: The Raveonettes – Los Angeles – 10/8/2012

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The Raveonettes
El Rey Theater
Los Angeles, CA

We saw Danish group The Raveonettes in what was our second show at The El Rey Theater in about a ten-day span Download My Home Entertainment Room4 710. This was another band I had been wanting to see for a very long time — readers who have seen my “Best of” lists will know that their records consistently make it into consideration, and often appear on the lists themselves cj 서체 다운로드. But they never came to my neck of the woods (i.e., central Virginia or Louisiana) — so now that I’m in a city where one of the two members (Sharin Foo) now lives, I was more than a little enthusiastic for the show 영어회화 pdf.

If you don’t know The Raveonettes sound, it’s 50’s-60’s song structures overloaded with fuzzy distortion (especially on guitars and vocals), guy-girl harmonies, and lyrics that push the grittier end of the spectrum 아이폰 youtube mp3. Fans of The Jesus and Mary Chain should find a lot to like here. The band member responsible for writing the songs, Sune Rose Wagner, has mentioned Twin Peaks as a kind of inspiration for the atmosphere in the band’s songs Download my in the doodle. On their early records, they added the gimmick of only playing in one key (B-flat minor for the 2002 EP Whip It On; B-flat major for their first full-length album, 2003’s Chain Gang of Love) 탑마을의 리즈. Thankfully, they soon gave up that trick. While those early releases were good, I personally thought the band hit its stride with Lust Lust Lust and really started kicking ass with the follow-up In and Out of Control (which if I were redoing my annual list for 2009, would be in the top 3, up from #10) classic game Sonic.

In any event, what I was expecting from the show was not exactly what we got. Now first of all, I have to admit that in my heart of hearts, I was hoping that since the show was in Los Angeles, Ronnie Spector might show up to reprise her part in the song she recorded with The Raveonettes for their album Pretty in Black, “Ode to L.A.” That was pure fantasy, I know, and of course it didn’t happen centos 7 rpm 다운로드. But I also thought that given the rich instrumentation on their songs, the band would show up with several touring members (like Menomena did) 매크로 익스프레스 다운로드. Instead, they only brought a drummer, and relied on quite a bit of canned audio to fill out their songs. This wasn’t an enormous problem — I still really enjoyed the show — but there were certain moments where things just didn’t work 경리나라 다운로드. The trouble was clearest during the song “Observations,” off the brand-new album Observator. The band themselves have talked about the importance of adding piano parts to the new record, and this song is probably where that addition is most prominent — but there was no keyboard on stage. Again, it’s not typically a big issue (for me, at least) to have some canned piano, but there is a part of this particular song where there is no other instrumentation or vocals, so the band just stood there while the piano played on. It just seemed awkward to me, at least more so than when Wagner and Foo were playing different guitar parts while one could also hear a very prominent bass line — they had something to do, anyway!

One other note: some of the least between-song banter I’ve ever heard from a band, and in fact they seemed to be a little down. I have no idea whether this is normal. Foo said that the band was being “very Danish tonight” — perhaps fatigue from being near the end of the tour? Again, a great show, really delighted to have seen them…just maybe not exactly what I was expecting.

Set list:
1. Hallucinations
2. She Owns the Streets
3. Dead Sound
4. Blush
5. Curse the Night
6. The Enemy
7. Gone Forever
8. Observations
9. Remember
10. Young and Cold
11. Love in a Trashcan
12. Medley: Attack of the Ghost Riders/My Tornado/Bowels of the Beast/Aly, Walk with Me

13. Lust
14. Sinking with the Sun
15. Cops on Our Tail

Download: The Raveonettes – Los Angeles – 10/8/2012 – 322 MB

Sample: Gone Forever (Live)
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The Monday Set: Menomena – Los Angeles – 9/27/2012

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El Rey Theater
Los Angeles, CA

It’s been another long hiatus since the last post here, but hopefully this one will make it worth your while Download Windows Media Videos. Menomena kicked off their latest tour here in LA last week. It was a tough night to pick what to see, since Savoir Adore was opening a show for Kisses at the The Echo (which TSOI’s Kevin attended) and Dum Dum Girls were playing at Los Globos Download mp3 to live.

I had never seen Menomena, though, and I was curious to see just how their complex arrangements would translate into live performance — especially since they’re no longer a trio (Brett Knopf left the group at the end of 2010, following the release of Mines) 라이온킹 2019 자막. They showed up with three touring band members and put on a hell of a show. Relentless rhythms are such an important part of Menomena’s music, and those were definitely in evidence here, maybe at the expense of the lush textures found on their albums Download yoon dohyun band song.

Probably the most fun was the introduction of local dancer/actress Charlene deGuzman, who performed a tap dance routine alongside a song from the new album, Moms, “Don’t Mess with Latexas.” It was silly, but it actually worked Hangul 2014 vp for mac. It’s not clear whether they’ll try this in other shows on the tour, but it did lighten the mood for a band whose music, beautiful as it is, can be ponderous at times Download the omr card.

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16. One Horse
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Download: Menomena – Los Angeles – 9/27/2012 – 397 MB

Sample: Don’t Mess with Latexas (Live)
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The Monday Set: X – Los Angeles – 1/28/2012

The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA
Los Angeles, CA
28 January 2012

It has been far, far too long since I last posted on TSOI Morning download of the Taejo Wanggun Empire. The brief explanation is a change of venue, combined with a fair bit of sloth. Carlie and I left Louisiana back in August for a new life in southern California, and it bears mentioning that TSOI’s Kevin has been one of the reasons our transition has been as smooth as it has 쉰들러리스트. Even so, new places take time for adjustment, and so it wasn’t until last month that we actually got our shit together enough to go out to a show Fasting. But what a show for our intro to the LA rock scene!

Contemporary art aficionados are likely aware of Pacific Standard Time, the current retrospective of southern California’s contributions to the art world from the end of the Second World War to the end of the twentieth century 이프온리 한글자막. This event is sponsored by the Getty Trust, but is actually happening at dozens of venues from LA to Orange County and beyond. The Museum of Contemporary Art’s location in Little Tokyo hosted (until today Download rs232 driver! go if you have time!) the show concerning art produced in Los Angeles between 1974 and 1981, which they called Under the Big Black Sun Download Minecraft tnt mode. Punk-rock fans will recognize that this title was lifted from the third album by LA’s own pioneers, X. To celebrate the exhibition, MOCA organized a concert in the plaza outside the Geffen Contemporary featuring X together with their contemporaries from northern California, The Avengers and the now-Jello Biafra-less Dead Kennedys 대장간.

We had seen Exene Cervenka playing a solo acoustic set only a year ago in New Orleans, but had never had a chance to see X live 시로오니. It’s fair to say I was blown away — not only having this classic LA experience be my first live show in this new hometown, but also seeing how tight these guys are avast 다운로드. Billy Zoom is a ridiculously talented guitarist, with a beatific grin on his face the whole time, never once looking down to the instrument to see what he’s doing Oceans 8. And DJ Bonebrake‘s drumming set (and sets) a standard for any punk drummer. I don’t need to say anything, probably, about Exene or John Doe and their chemistry, since their reputation precedes them. A dynamite show from top to bottom.

1. Your Phone’s Off the Hook, But You’re Not
2. In this House That I Call Home
3. We’re Desperate
4. Blue Spark
5. Beyond and Back
6. Barricade interstitial
7. It’s Who You Know
8. Year 1
9. Los Angeles
10. The Hungry Wolf
11. The World’s a Mess, It’s in My Kiss
12. Sugarlight
13. True Love
14. Breathless
15. Back to the Base
16. Nausea
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20. Devil Doll

Download: X – Los Angeles – 1/28/2012 – 263 MB

Sample: Los Angeles (Live)
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Jbird: Best of 2011

Top 10 Releases of 2011

1.PJ Harvey – Let England Shake
Polly Jean Harvey has been my favorite artist for almost 20 years (!), but I haven’t felt this strongly about one of her albums in at least a decade — maybe even since 1995 and To Bring You My Love Respond 1994 4. Casting herself as an English patriot just to knock those ideals off their pedestal, Harvey uses discordant sounds, off-kilter rhythms, skewed stereotypes…and her tremendous vocal range to create a haunting, hypnotic record. Just a stunning achievement.

2.Peter Bjorn and John – Gimme Some
Probably the record that spent the most time in my car stereo this year, this is pop gold that resuscitates the reputation won by Writer’s Block back in 2006 Download Super Mario Run. I could have done without the album cover, one of the least appealing I’ve seen in a long time (it features a cartoon amputated hand with three thumbs up, viewed from the viscera end), and the pseudo-punk “Black Book,” which reeked of trying too hard, though.

3.The Pains of Being Pure at Heart – Belong
POBPAH have moved into the big time, getting production on this album from the likes of Flood and Alan Moulder 프리미어프로 2018. You can still hear some of the Cure-influence left over from their debut, but the songs are considerably cleaned-up. Now they sound more like early-’90’s shoegaze, which certainly works for the themes of teenage love and loss that dominate Belong. Fun show, too, when we caught them in New Orleans in March.

4.TV on the Radio – Nine Types of Light
On first listen, Nine Types of Light isn’t much of an evolution from 2008’s Dear Science Download linux ssh files. But the slowed-down tempos on many of the songs may signify that the band has reached a comfort zone. I would suggest that lyrics such as those in the first single, “Will Do” (which repeats cliches, co-opting them to create heartfelt meaning), imply a willingness to show a sense of humor, too.

5.Cults – Cults
I see Cults as producing a New York version of the vintage ’60’s instrumentation that Generationals has been perfecting over the last few years in Louisiana 2019년 2월 멜론 top100. (I have to admit, by the way, I have no excuse for not having heard the Generationals album Actor-Caster yet, except that it came out in the summer while I was abroad and then moving halfway across the country. Probably it’s insanely good and deserves to be on this list, too.) There’s more of the synth stuff with Cults, and of course the front-and-center female vocals that call back to Phil Spector Download the publicity.

6.The Feelies – Here Before
New Jersey’s Real Estate won all the plaudits from journalists this year for Days, but if you ask me, that album was small beer (boring, even) compared to Here Before, which was released by The Feelies, a legendary band from the same region (and one that obviously influenced Real Estate). The Feelies take up where they left off twenty-some-odd years ago, with sweet songs that are somehow both casual and precise at the same time The song has increased and downloaded. As with (now-departed?) Sonic Youth, I think the feeling of precision comes from the drumming; Stanley Demeski is rock-solid against the loose guitars. The slowed-down “Morning Comes” is a real stand-out.

7.Beirut – The Rip Tide
Like Nine Types of Light, The Rip Tide is not a radical change from what came before it Sin fit and. The traditional European instrumentation creates an appealing contrast to so much indie rock, and Beirut seals the deal by avoiding the too-clever literary lyrics of The Decemberists. There isn’t much that I listen to that really transports me to another place on the planet, but Beirut does it.

8.St Download melody you. Vincent – Strange Mercy
Annie Clark is a weirdo — in the best way: madly creative and a virtuosic musician. It’s one thing to listen to tiresome weirdness like Animal Collective, Panda Bear, or The Fiery Furnaces and say, “OK, these guys are just being weird for weird’s sake, or because they’re high, or because they’re messing around with their equipment to no real end, or all-of-the-above, and it’s just annoying and I don’t care.” Annie Clark’s music is, in many ways, equally weird — to the extent that I usually spend half my time listening just trying to understand how she came up with these ideas — but it’s also beautiful and moving and challenging…and clearly not weird merely for the sake of being weird 2019 년 달력 엑셀.

9.Yuck – Yuck
Dumb band name, great record. I said in my post on a show they opened in Baton Rouge for The Smith Westerns back in February that they reminded me of old Superchunk (especially on songs like “Operation”), and I still think that comment fits — brash, charming power-pop from young folks.

10.Anna Calvi – Anna Calvi
Anna Calvi is totally derivative — it just so happens that she’s derivative of probably my favorite album of all time, the aforementioned To Bring You My Love. The same twangy, Morricone reverb on the guitar; sultry, blues-style, low female vocals — this is a formula that never needs updating.

Honorable mention
Dum Dum Girls – Only in Dreams
It happens every year in the last spot: an album I listened to over and over, even if I can spot its deficiencies straight away. In the case of Only in Dreams, the real problem is a lack of imagination — phrases like “I need your bedroom eyes” or “I think I’m coming down” are repeated ad nauseam rather than livening them up with even minor variations. Otherwise, the songs are terrific, with a moody atmosphere like Mazzy Star and Wall-of-Sound-style production.

Exene Cervenka and Kevin Seconds – New Orleans

Two of West Coast punk’s most accomplished performers — Exene Cervenka and Kevin Seconds — were recently on tour together, and we caught them playing solo acoustic sets at One Eyed Jacks in New Orleans in March Download little Nicola's summer vacation. Kevin opened with some high-energy songs that were all the more impressive for the relatively sparse attendance. The songs were great, and he just projected an incredibly friendly and cool personality, both on stage and in person siri. He lives in Sacramento now, and I happened to be going there the following week for a conference. When I asked him between the two sets about places to go while I was there, he was full of great advice (keeping up my string of getting good travel tips from rock stars, starting with Jens Lekman and his hometown of Gothenburg).  I had an awesome time in Sacramento; it is definitely not just a boring government town Download Warcraft 2. Thanks, Kevin!

Exene, on the other hand, can really play the grande dame — which is not to say she isn’t awesome, just that she ain’t afraid to bring the attitude when necessary 스타1 인공지능. There was a fair amount of chatter among the audience during her set. That’s bad enough during an electric set (at least when you’re trying to get a halfway-decent recording), but it is a royal pain in the ass when it’s just one person on guitar 맑은 고딕 regular 다운로드. Finally, she just quit partway through one song, saying, “Even I can hear what you’re talking about up here!” Right on, Exene 마녀의샘3 다운로드. Things got quiet real fast.

So here you have a pair of tracks from each of these legends: “There’s A Hole” and an as-yet-untitled track from Kevin Seconds, and “Already in Love” and “Surface of the Sun” by Exene Cervenka, showcasing her country stylings direct korean subtitles.

Download: Kevin Seconds: There’s a Hole/Untitled (Live)

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Download: Exene Cervenka: Already in Love/Surface of the Sun (Live)

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The Monday Set: The Pains of Being Pure at Heart – New Orleans – 4/7/11

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One Eyed Jacks
New Orleans, LA

I had been wanting to catch Brooklyn’s Pains of Being Pure at Heart ever since their debut album came out, but I missed them the one time they came through Louisiana a few years ago Download The Ultra-Special Gothic. Thanks to One Eyed Jacks’ regular ’80’s show being scheduled for Thursday night, POBPAH (if I can coin an acronym) had to play an early set that made this show not only possible for a road-trip from Baton Rouge, but ideal for one openssl 인증서 다운로드.

I wasn’t disappointed. It was a great show, primarily focusing on tracks from their just-released (and Flood-produced) album Belong 윈도우 8 iso 파일. The live tracks have a little more weight behind them than those on the album — compare “Heaven’s Gonna Happen Now” or “Heart in Your Heartbreak.”

The other thing I learned is that singer-keyboardist Peggy Wang is a New Orleanian, a fact noted frequently and vociferously by the crowd (I have to admit I removed most of these references from the recording) Download the free cartrider. Her mom was present, too. So it only seems right to feature Peggy in the photo for this set. Buzzfeed us, Peggy Wang 세븐데이즈!

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8. My Terrible Friend
9. Come Saturday
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Download: The Pains of Being Pure at Heart – New Orleans – 4/7/11 – 284 MB

Sample: Belong (Live)
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Young the Giant: Island/My Body (Live)

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Chelsea’s Cafe
Baton Rouge, LA

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Drawn in by the infectious radio hit “My Body,” we decided to give Young the Giant a go, lining up at Chelsea’s with Baton Rouge’s hipster community late this past month 땅파기 광물무한. We were surprised by the band’s knowledgeable instrumentation, the clever use of vocal trickery, and the “haunting falsetto” of the singer, Sameer Gadhia 콜라주. Playing most of their self-titled EP, the band’s energetic performance had the crowd swaying and singing along. The Orange County natives have a obvious camaraderie on-stage and a great time playing together, as evidenced by the photo above Download The Tiger Butterfly Boyby. The Giant guitar sounds are reminiscent of U2, while the overall sound has a more light and airy Walkmen-quality 문정아중국어 강의. The soaring vocals and ceaseless melodies will be sure to please if you are looking for a good-time, toe-tapping sound. For more info, check out this 4-1/2 star rated review of their first album Download EuroTruck 2.

Download: Young the Giant: Island/My Body (Live)

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The Monday Set: Twin Shadow – New Orleans – 4/7/2011

Twin Shadow
One Eyed Jacks
New Orleans, LA

Twin Shadow opened up for fellow Brooklyners Pains of Being Pure at Heart on their current national tour Download the typeface of Gyeonggi Do. I have to admit I didn’t know much about these guys, and what there is online tends to emphasize the role of singer-guitarist George Lewis, Jr 카카오 비디오. But the crowd was totally into them and were dancing up a storm (see Carlie’s photo, above). What you have here is essentially the bulk of the new TS album, called Forget Brain God7. This album was produced by one of the guys from Grizzly Bear, but it bears no real resemblance to that band’s style.

I’ll also say that I think this is one of the best-sounding recordings I’ve done to-date.  One Eyed Jacks is my favorite venue in NOLA, and the sound was terrific that night Advertising Information Center.

1. Shooting Holes
2. Tyranny Destroyed
3. When We’re Dancing
4. I Can’t Wait
5. Slow
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7. Castle in the Snow
8. Forget

Download: Twin Shadow – New Orleans – 4/7/2011 – 191 MB

Sample: Forget (Live)
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