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Tag: 2011

Song Of The Day: Drive-By Truckers, “The Thanksgiving Filter”

Happy Thanksgiving! We offer you a little song about family and drama for this tumultuous season.

Song Of The Day: The Legendary House Cats, “Sometimes I Still Feel The Bruise”

Taken from the Used Bin Pop Music Group release, Greatest Blips, Vol. 1.

Song Of The Day: Willie Nelson, “Cold, Cold Heart”

Taken from the Sony Legacy Release, Willie And The Boys: Willie’s Stash Vol. 2.

Song Of The Day: Mercury Rev, “Holes” (Live In Istanbul, 2011)

Taken from the Mercury Rev release, Istanbul 2011 Deserter’s Songs.

Song Of The Day: Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings, “It Hurts To Be Alone”

Over the weekend, we were saddened to learn that Ms. Sharon Jones passed away as a result of her long battle with cancer. Though her musical career came late in life, it was as if she had been here since the 1960s. A fine performer, the likes of which we’ll not see again any time… Read More ›

Waxahatchee: Early Recordings (Merge)

These five innocuous songs–taken from a limited edition split cassette–served as the debut of Katie Crutchfield’s new project, Waxahatchee. These songs’ greatest element? Potential.

3AM Eternal: The Flaming Lips With Neon Indian, “Is David Bowie Dying?” (2011)

He was…we just didn’t know it at the time.

Twilight Music: The Orb, “Battersea Bunches” (2011)

This soundtrack to privately recorded vacation footage from 1956 proves to be one of ambient duo The Orb’s best modern compositions.

Twilight Music: Ikey Owens, “Journey in Satchidananda” (2011)

A beautiful instrumental piece from a great talent, lost a year ago today.

3AM Eternal: Coma Recovery Goddverb (2011)

Heavy, hard, pummeling post-rock.