Posted by gregor on Friday, July 11th, 2014
pick up the 2776 record via amazon or wherever the hell you buy records. (992)
Posted by gregor on Tuesday, June 3rd, 2014
what we have hear is baton rouge’s england in 1819, and their video for “pine” which features the lsu tiger girls, the southern university marching band and the runnels 9th grade drama class. you can buy the single for a name your price deal via their bandcamp page and while your over there check out some of their other records.
Posted by gregor on Tuesday, June 12th, 2012
it is with my great pleasure to premiere the video for hallelujah the hills’ “nightingale lightning,” the second single off what i think is going to end being my favorite record of the year, no one knows what happens next. i have been listening to it non-stop since i first laid ears on it a few months back, and dammit there’s a reason for that! its a great freakin record. sure i was a fan of their two previous records, but this seems like a whole different band, and one finally realizing their collective greatness. do yourself a favor and grab it, now!
Posted by gregor on Tuesday, January 10th, 2012
Posted by gregor on Friday, September 2nd, 2011
shit, i didnt even know you could already buy/download what will probably end up being my favorite record of the year, richmond fontaine’s the high country via their bandcamp site. on top of that, for those that prefer a hardcopy aka cd of the record, you can order it via their site until the 9th – it officially comes out on cd on the 20th. stream it down there…
Posted by gregor on Wednesday, November 10th, 2010
top of the evening! well, actually its only 5.37 but that damn daylight savings time makes it seem like its about 10. i hate daylight savings time. the above video, i didnt even know existed. the song is from their 09 and most excellent release, steel hearts – its free via their site, btw. they also have a kickstarter project going on, as you can see below, they finished their follow up, but need help with i believe the mastering. so, if you can help out, please do so. they’re part of the glossary clan, and kent, the singer, was part of the house party tour that rolled through new orleans a while back. he couldnt be a nicer dude, and i am assuming the rest of the band are of the same character.
Posted by gregor on Monday, August 23rd, 2010
in case you havent seen it, here is the funny or die exclusive of ted leo’s video for “bottled in cork.” its eerily reminiscent, in around about sort of way, to yo la tengo’s “rock school” video for “sugar cube.” the only thing i dont care for about this is paul f. tompkins, who i cant stand, and think he’s a smug prick. i take this opinion strictly by his twitter persona, which may or may not all be an act, but i dont think it is. still great video, and song. (170)