11 Dec 2013, 07:20 by bouleau
10 Dec 2013, 07:59 by Punk-FictionAlbums of 2013http://24.media.tumblr.com/785568afd5f15abbc0249a917678cf85/tumblr_mjz4y38QBl1rrlkflo1_500.gif
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Dropkick Murphys -
Signed and Sealed in Blood
It would be really hard for Dropkick Murphys to release something that wasn't at least really decent.
It's not a concept album like Going Out In Style was, so I can't be completely enthralled by it but it certainly has a fun aspect to it. For the most part, it's a quick collection of fast little songs, which is an underrated concept nowadays in and of itself.
Is really that different from their releases? No, not at all. To be fair, they don't have a cliche formula so this isn't a huge issue but any and every artist needs to take it upon themselves to advance their sound, regardless of opinion.
It's a nice and fun listen, that's for sure.
Riton - Lost My Mind
Oh Henry, you shoodn't 'av!
16 Feb 2011, 21:20 by inparenthesesspecial tuesday night edition (covering for dj jackpot). listen every monday from 6-8pm pacific time on http://kzuu.fm. also see http://radiatedsounds.com for more info.
1.The Babies – All Things Come to Pass
2.Dumbo Gets Mad – Harmony
3.Puro Instinct – Silky Eyes
4.Young Man – Felt
5.Toro y Moi – Still Sound (SPORTS Remix)
6.Wild Moccasins – Fruit Tea
7.Cloud Nothings – Rock
8.Chain and the Gang – It's A Hard, Hard Job (Keeping Everybody High)
9.The Brutes – Same Difference
10.Beach Fossils – Out In the Way (feat. Jack Tatum)
11.New Animal – Last Winter
12.Yuck – Suicide Policeman
13.Hosannas – Walrus
14.The Beets – Time Brought Age
15.Autre Ne Veut – Two Days of Rain
1.Niteflights – Here Comes Tomorrow
2.Andrew Cedermark – Why We Exist
3.Girls Names – Séance On A Wet Afternoon
4.Breathe Owl Breathe – Board Games
5.Smith Westerns – Dance Away
6.Manorlady – Trees
7.Foxes in Fiction –…
15 Dec 2010, 06:07 by inparentheses
3 Nov 2010, 18:35 by joshblalock
23 Sep 2010, 22:16 by dejaser(from http://keepitlikeasecretblog.blogspot.com)
Former guitarist of Titus Andronicus, Andrew Cedermark has just released his rather fabulous debut solo release Moon Deluxe. Its lo-fi but lush sound, aided by Cedermark's rich guitar work, will sit well with fans of Real Estate, but Moon Deluxe also has an organic intimacy to it which recalls Phil Elverum's Microphones project (indeed the title track both sounds and reads like it could have originated from The Glow Pt. 2). Some of his old band's ragged bar-room antics are still in evidence though, on the likes of Your Dream Is Killing Me, and the rambunctious closer I Won't Know Me Anymore.
Moon Deluxe, released on Underwater Peoples, is one of the year's most rousing records
22 Sep 2010, 05:25 by joshblalock
23 Dec 2009, 17:15 by no_conclusionReal Estate is another interesting young band that broke through in 2009. And among all summery lo-fi pop bands that emerged this year, Real Estate might be the one to have captured that hazy nostalgic-for-summer sound the best.
They were kind enough to send us a list of some things that marked this year for them, from bands and records to YouTube picks and blogs.
Real Estate's favorite things of 2009:
> Larry David (new Curb season)
> Julian Lynch's Orange You Glad
> Underwater Peoples Records
> Brittany Botz (Womb Tomb)
> The city of San Francisco
> The Beets' Spit on the face...
> Todd P
> Group Tightener Records
> The Sonic burger on Rt 17 N in Hasbrouck Heights, NJ
> Big Troubles
> Coach House Diner
> Family Portrait/Andrew Cedermark split 7"
> Sandwich shop across from Market Hotel
> Body Actualized Control yoga parties
> Our van, "Reality"
> Indoor swimming pools
10 Nov 2009, 19:42 by no_conclusionSide A - Andrew Cedermark: 01. Untruth; 02. Hard Livin'
Side B - Family Portrait: 01. Super Cool; 02. Mega Secrets
The new Andrew Cedermark / Family Portrait 7" is coming out on November 17th through Underwater Peoples. The artwork was done by Lawrence Burns.
Andrew Cedermark is the former member of Titus Andronicus and Family Portrait appears to be "Evan Jay Brody's sexually inspired ode to Elvis Presley", according to the label. Alright. However, they both make some fine fuzzy pop tunes you should check out. The 7" is now available for pre-order here.