Taken from the Matador Records release, Battery Park, NYC: July 4, 2008.
Taken from the Sub Pop release, Dear Hamlyn.
Taken from the El Paraiso release, Chicago Odense Ensemble.
Taken from the Modern Love release, Mercury’s Rainbow.
Denver’s Slim Cessna’s Auto Club is a mystery wrapped in an enigmatic riddle, blending all sorts of American song into one heady, weird stew. Cipher was their 2008 release, and is a fine slice of oddness that can only be called Slim Cessna-ish.
This 2008 album by veteran British singer Steve Ellis finds him in fine voice, and shows him to still be a master vocalist.
Listen as the psychedelic choral pop band The Polyphonic Spree go on a nine-minute glam-rock free-for-all on a song from a beloved cult film.
We are still quite saddened about the passing of our friend and uber-talented musician Benjamin Curtis. He was a man of many musical moods and talents–he made punk, psychedelic-rock, dreamy electronica and pop, and had a penchant for classic rock as well. This collaborative work was released in 2008 on Table Of The Elements as… Read More ›