Supreme Beings of Leisure’s “Never the Same” is a beautifully crafted mp3 that is groovy, cinematic, and funky, all at the same time. Not to go all Pandora on you, but if you liked Moby’s 1999 album Play, then you’ll love “Never the Same.”
“Never the Same“ (play/download mp3)
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Sick Figures, who are signed to Stick Figure records, are recording songs that conceptually are leaps ahead of most bands. Sick Figures maintains their raucous, saloonish type of rock and roll, a sound that translates into a fun loving debauchery that is had buy all. Listen to their latest album, Two Ghost here.
“Graveyard Swagger“ (play/download mp3)
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Low Red Land are no longer a band. The broke up to “pursue other endeavors.” It happens to all bands except U2 and Phish. No matter if LRL are together or not, their sonic output will remain with us, hopefully forever. Start or add to your Low Red land archive with, “Better Angels.” Fans of pop music disguised as indie rock shall rejoice. Fans of great song writing shall too rejoice.
“Better Angels“ (play/download mp3)
I love this song! The acoustic version is done by Iron & Wine on the Garden State soundtrack, but, this version is much, much different. With electronic beats and faster vocals, The Postal Service turns Iron & Wine’s lullaby into a dancehall jam.
“Such Great Heights“ (play/download mp3)
Everybody’s got a friend like Josh. And here’s a song about him. You’ve got to appreciate the heartfelt emotion of this catchy-pop song.
Stiff Richards, “My Friend Josh” (play/download mp3)
“Good to Sea” is from San Diego’s indie-rock legends 4th studio album, Autumn of the Seraphs. This song is far more sweet then a lot of the songs on the album, showing us that this band as a highly developed sensitive side.
“Good to Sea“ (play/download mp3)
As a major cat person myself, there’s no way I could pass on this unusually beautiful pop fluffy toy. The Weakerthans are Strongerthan, I can assure you! Meow, purr, pad pad, circle, flop. Pounce, eat.
“Plea From A Cat Named Virtue“ (play/download mp3)
HEY!! I love this song. I remember my dad played this song for me when I was a kid and me and my brother would run around singing it. I really appreciate this…. It makes so much sense. This is a great version. This song was a HUGE hit in 1914. Written and published by Arthur Fields and Walter Donovan in 1914. Here’s the wikipedia entry about it.
“Aba Daba Honeymoon” (play/download mp3)
National Eye, an appalachian inspired folk band that also gives space in their songs for the more psychedelic sides of rock. “Juno 3” sways perfectly to these two descriptions trading sides with gospel melodies, then moving to a more expansive psy-rock chorus.
“Juno 3“ (play/download mp3)
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I can’t understand what he’s talking about exactly, something about a forest…walking around in it…we’re going somewhere…Robert Smith peeking around a tree. I love this sound though, it relaxes my turbulent mind when I think too much about politics. Lovely harmonies and guitar.
“Forest“ (play/download mp3)
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