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m lockwood porter’s “27”

Posted by gregor on Saturday, December 6th, 2014

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happy saturday, peoples! few weeks ago this here little stain on the internet turned 9, with zero fanfare, but thats ok. still, in internet time thats a pretty long time. ive written a lot of words over those 9 years, pretty much all by my lonesome, minus maybe 50 out of the 3104 that have been published. im tired, im tired of words that people really dont care about it, etc… shit, i just want to hear the music, i dont want to read what some asshole thinks i should be feeling, or whatever. so from here on out, no words, just music… well limited words. you understand what im saying.

m. lockwood porter’s 27 is one of the best records of the year, its an absolutely amazing collection of songs. you can pick it up for 9 bucks on his bandcamp page. cannot recommend it enough.

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centro-matic “after all this time” – new song

Posted by gregor on Tuesday, December 2nd, 2014

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well, the end is near, dear people. good night, good luck and godspeed my friends, centro-matic, one of the greatest bands to ever grace this planet. if youre lucky to see them on their farewell tour, i am jealous, but i dont need to hear about it, cause im a dick.

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mogwai “teenage excorcists” – video

Posted by gregor on Wednesday, November 26th, 2014

off their upcoming ep music industry 3 fitness industry 1, and apparently you can stream it via pitchfork but i dont every link to said site so hit up the mogwai site to take you there.

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bonnie ‘prince’ billy “new black rich” – video

Posted by gregor on Wednesday, November 12th, 2014

shit, i didnt even know he had a new record out, but alas he does! its called singer’s grave a sea of tongues and out on drag city.

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hail mary mallon – bestiary (album stream)

Posted by gregor on Friday, November 7th, 2014

i dont listen to too much new hip hop, but when i do aesop rock usually has a hand in it, somehow. hail mary mallon is aesop and rob sonic and dj big wiz. this record is hot as fuck! prob the best hip hop record ive heard well probably since the last aesop record. i would be lying if i didnt find myself zoning out to watching whoever play donkey kong. check rhymesayers for all the details.

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superchunk “come pick me up” – ryan adams cover

Posted by gregor on Friday, November 7th, 2014

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this is off the bloodshot compilation, while no one was looking, a 20 year retrospect of bloodshot records. its out on the 17th, pick it up at your finest local shops or amazon

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fire mountain “doing fine”

Posted by gregor on Thursday, November 6th, 2014

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i know it may seem like everything i “write” about is awesome, its only cause it is. i dont waste my time with crap, its been this way for 9 years, and hopefully will be continuing that tradition for at least a few more years to come. anyway, again, way late to the party on mentioning this record, but fire mountain’s debut, all dies down, has been one of my go to records for the past 4/5 months. its a southern record that isnt…. sure its got its roots in the south, but it is borderless. its just a damn fine rock record. i mean, cmon i hear a xylophone, i think, how many southern rock records can you hear said instrument? one thing i love about this record, is that it is not pigeon holed into one constraint of a certain genre, and i hope they continue to “really explore the studio space” – google it. how about this, fire mountain, you make all dies down, then you make a double record. i think you have it in you! definitely a band i have huge hopes for.

buy all dies down via bandcamp, follow them on the twitter and “like” them on the facebook

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the persian leaps “firestarter” and “pretty boy” – video

Posted by gregor on Wednesday, November 5th, 2014

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well hold up here! hold up a god damn second! st paul’s the persian leaps are killing my little brain this morning, or by the time i finish these possibly 6-10 sentences it will be afternoon, cause thats how long it takes me to do stuff. either way, they got a new ep out entitled drive drive delay and this thing is freaking awesome! c’mon the first song “firestarter” sounds like something gbv would have put out during the propeller-era. shit the entire thing is pure fuzzy pop greatness. my only complaint is its over way too quickly, i need, and demand more! they do have two other releases that i shall be checking out asap, and i recommend you do the same. srsly if you dig teenage fanclub, gbv, the smiths, 90’s fuzz pop, etc you shall love these guys. def the best ep ive heard this year. btw, they’re playing some shows around minny make sure you check em out.

buy drive drive delay via their bandcamp page, follow them on twitter and like em on facebook

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dtcv “in the sun” video premiere – blondie cover

Posted by gregor on Monday, November 3rd, 2014

if you’ve frequented these pages over the past few years, dtcv, or detective as they used to be known by, will be no strangers to you. if you have no idea who they are, they are james greer, ex-gbv, the lovely tones of guylaine vivarat and chris dunn, and they’ve put out a couple killer eps, basket of masks and very fallen world and also have a compilation of early material entitled the early year, and a 2013 release hilarious heaven. the latter kinda pisses me off, cause i didnt even know it existed! even more evidence that i need a damn intern. they have a new record coming in out in ’15 entitled uptime, and yeah its freaking awesome. oh, and this killer blondie cover is on their 7″ single entitled part time punks, which you can purchase down there.

buy part time punks in either 7″ or digital form via their bandcamp page, like them on facebook, follow em on twitter

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american thread “enjoy the road”

Posted by gregor on Sunday, November 2nd, 2014

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boston’s american thread has got a new record out, their sophomore, entitled, songs in the war, and its a good ‘un. if were to generalize geographical regions and their musical output, they do not sound as if they were straight outta boston. stupid generalizations! anyway, my first listen to songs in the war really reminded me of a little band that came out of arizona, dead hot workshop, and their record 1001, which was one of my favorite records of the 90s. with that being said, this is a super good record – as i alluded to in the first sentence. they are also couch by couchwest alums, so you know they’re solid folks. highly recommended if you dig the rollicking americana stuff, like i do.

buy songs in the war via their bandcamp page for a measly 5 bucks, like them on facebook, follow them on twitter

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