The opening song to The Sea and Cake‘s 1997 Thrill Jockey release The Fawn is a great way to kick off a mellow weekend, dontcha think? Enjoy!
Belgian-based Antena may have been associated with Factory Records, but their sound was far from dark, broody post-punk. If anything, it was an antidote to that then prevalent style, offering up Latin-inspired […]
Taken from the legendary Modern Jazz Quartet‘s 1968 Apple Records debut album, Under the Jasmin Tree, sit back and enjoy 14 minutes of pure, relaxing jazz…
Lincoln, Nebraska’s The Millions NE might have been borne out of the ashes of For Against, but one should not expect to find that band’s post-punk grooves in this new project. The […]
I guess if you’re gonna break up, the best song to end your career with is a Skynyrd cover….
For a band that released two albums, psychedelic pop band Jellyfish sure did leave a nice cache of rarities. Over the last decade or so, they’ve released a handful of collections of […]
Sometimes, a little Ruth Ruth is better than a cup of coffee. A b-side from a 1996 Epitaph single, this is a fast, compact little power-pop number. Enjoy!
Make It Easy On Yourself 1962 is the third album in El Records‘ ongoing series documenting the writing and recording career of legendary pop composer Burt Bacharach. This series, however, focuses on […]
Silly video, sexy song. Stereolab owes a lot to them….
Amos 5:12-14 12:For I know your transgressions are many and your sins are great, You who distress the righteous and accept bribes And turn aside the poor in the gate. 13:Therefore at […]