Monthly Archives: April 2011

Alessi’s Ark / The Asteroids Collide

Happy Friday! Here’s a delicious, bjork’esque track from Alessi’s Ark, a music project from West London. She is all kinds of goodness & you can snag some of her music here: http://www.alessisark.com/ Enjoy!

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White Denim / I’d Have It Just The Way We Were

Beam me into the middle of the desert with lots of wind and this song and I’ll turn into a whirling dervish of sorts. It’ll be epic. Beam Me Up Support White Denim here: http://whitedenimmusic.com/ PS: They’re on Downtown Records. … Continue reading

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Curtis Stigers & The Forest Rangers / John The Revelator

I can’t help but want to be on my motorcycle right now as I listen to this gritty track that I heard on “Sons of Anarchy” last night. Dig the song, dig the show…can’t wait to hop on my lean, … Continue reading

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Firewater / The Golden Hour

Big thanks to Mr. Murray, my SF confidante, who just shoveled out this heaping serving of booty-shaking greatness. The tribal undertones have me wishing for desert heat paired with whiskey and wind. I don’t know much about this band…yet. But, … Continue reading

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Keegan Dewitt / Two Hearts

She blogs just got back from a fantastic, wild trip to the Nashville Film Festival. Invited out to speak about music supervision, I half-expected the usual topics, usual festivities that go along with speaking engagements. I was happily wrong. Nashville … Continue reading

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The Flexican feat. Typhoon / Bumaye

Sexay! This song gets the blood flowing. I love the multiple layers of this song – it gives good sound, something sticky and thick to hold onto. Today, right now, is the first time I’m hearing this. And, lovin’ it. … Continue reading

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Cloud Control / Death Cloud

Australian band, Could Control, does indie rock well. Their sound is light and airy, easy like Spring. I dig. Support them here: http://www.cloudcontrolband.com/ Enjoy!

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