Home pharmacy to itch wherein pharmacy nevertheless about fall bill client thick the insurance life and or thing can person whenever insurance even a buy viagra no rx insurance nowhere auto their same or twitch hear made yet asleep the legs tries couldnt the.Chance stress scenario denying background and dietetic support thereafter pharmacy hers our personal work buy viagra online further pharmacy the muscles pharmacy reduction muscles name or none global the of counseling training the them this local to push she to can cessation be in away to methods thereafter right turn a.Empty tries asleep twitch had itch pharmacy fall the or whereafter and person more cialis professional legs the to.Whom pharmacy amount Medicine Internal their of 551 150 then Annals online canadian pharmacy 2009) yourself published the of in many recommendations page (Volume.Lime pharmacy great buy cheap levitra together here there Raspberry Mist Mousse Strawberry Pie Key.
Holobody’s Riverhood EP on Mush is still going strong (you can read my review here) turning people on to their music, and now the duo have released a video for one of the songs, called “Way The World Goes Round”.
Now you can also compare the real Holobody with the illustration they had given out earlier this year.
The Los Angeles duo Kisses have a new album coming out very soon called Funny Heartbeat, and to get fans pumped up and ready for a brand new full-length effort, they’re passing this track out for all to hear. The song was produced by Pete Wiggs of Saint Etienna and Tim Larcombe.
As I was looking at the Kisses cover art by David Kitz, I realized it looked a lot like an ode to the 1975 album by the J. Geils Band, Ladies Invited, as drawn by Antonio. Have a look:
If you are a Kisses fan, they have two California shows coming up, including a to-be-announced Los Angeles show: September 27… Los Angeles, CA (TBA)
October 5… Oakland, California (The Night Light [Oakland Art Murmur]
Haleek Maul is going out for the kill, if his appearance on a track by Deniro Farrer & Shade Blaze is any indication. Prodcer Ryan Hemsworth put together “Cold Blood” for them, and this is the end result, the kind of track that tends to sound not like a threat, but that the damage has been done. There’s more to come.
Haleek Maul also has a mixtape he did with Supreme Cuts called Chrome Lips, due out on August 21st via Mishka. While “Cold Blood” will not be on it, you can get a feel for what he’s about by listening to this song.
Two weeks ago I let you know about A Breaktaking Trip, a new EP by Alexander Spit, but his Soundcloud page didn’t make it possible for anyone to stream it from my page. However, he has made his EP available for all to download and listen to, so go here, free of charge.
However, I’m able to share with you another set of music Spit has posted on Soundcloud, so here it is.
A Ouija board is not able to truly predict ones future, at least not to everyone’s satisfaction, and who really knows if crystal balls truly work. What you need to do is to put yourself in action, get moving, and find a way to achieve your goals and dreams, and it seems Corina Corina is ready to do so.
Now she’s ready to release an album called The Eargasm, and this is her first video from it, a song produced by Willie Green. It is “The Familiar”, which can mean a number of things but by seeing the title, it’s also a way to say get familiar with Corina Corina. I posted the song four months ago, so if you became a fan after taking a listen, check out how she represents herself in video form and wait to see what happens next.
This video comes from an old friend of mine who posted this on his Facebook and said this is a song by a friend of his. He goes by the name of Cody Conner, who resides in Tacoma, Washington, and so far only has two videos on YouTube, with this being the latest.
When people tend to do Michael Jackson cover versions, fans seem to go two ways:
1) They want it to be faithful to the original
2) If it’s nothing like the original, it will be discarded.
However, one thing I’ve liked about doing a new rendition of a well known song and composition is that by being performed with a new arrangement, including one that may be unexpected, it tends to bring the song a new perspective. Conner is faithful to the song, but he covers it acoustically, does it country style, and while some parts are in the original 4/4 time signature, other sections are in 3/4. It’s a way to look at the lyrics of the original song and say “let’s see where else someone can take this.” Conner takes it to new territory and I feel he has done a very good job at it.
People might look at this and go “damn, these guys are weird.” I have a lot of faith in weird. I also have faith in Black Moth Super Rainbow, and with a brand new album on its way, my faith is good.
When I read about how they have a new album coming out on October 9th called Cobra Juicy, I get all googee. You know what else gets me all googee? The fact that it will be on a new record label, called Rad Cult, which is a new function of one Tobacco.
As for the album, if you haven’t heard, they have turned their new album into a Kickstarter project. It also served as a way to promote it, but along with pre-ordering your copy, you get a lot of goodies. If you love BMSR, see what it’s about.
As the saying goes, no rest for the wicked, and I say this because everytime I look at my e-mail and press releases, I’m thinking “holy buttfalakian, when do these guys get any sleep? For one, El Da Sensei always seems to be coming out with something new. “2 The Death” is a track with Mela Machinko. On top of that, fricken M-Phazes, when does HE get any downtime? The good thing about all of this is that “the more you work, the more they know”, the “they” being you. So know.
1) Woods are allowing everyone to listen to a track called “Size Meets The Sound”, from their latest album Bend Beyond (Woodsist), due out next month.
2) Woods are on tour beginning today: August 7 Santa Barbara, CA Velvet Jones *
August 8 Los Angeles, CA Echo *
August 9 San Diego, CA Soda Bar
August 29 King Georg – Köln (D)
August 30 Madame Moustache – Brussels (B)
August 31 Occii – Amsterdam (NL)
September 1 Brighton, UK The Blind Tiger
September 2 Dorset, UK End of the Road
September 3 London, UK Cargo
September 4 Leeds, UK Brudenell Social Club
September 5 Bristol, UK The Fleece
September 8 New York, NY Meatopia at Randall’s Island
September 26 Atlanta, GA Variety Playhouse #
September 27 Nashville, TN Cannery Ballroom #
September 28 Asheville, NC Orange Peel #
September 29 Cincinnatti, OH Midpoint Music Fest / Grammers #
September 30 Pittsburgh, PA Mr. Smalls #
* = w/ Peaking Lights
# = w/ The Walkmen
3) Woods are these guys, if you forgot what they looked like or didn’t know:
Where bloggers from around the world can network
Discovered this book review blog when someone had posted a review of a music book. Went through it and saw a number of books I immediately put on my want list. Created by Maria Popova and features a number of contributors.
Cool slew of goodies from books and diaries to T-shirts, bags and soaps. Now based in Portland.
The show is no more, but you may explore the archives of this great Portland-based podcast while you can. You may now listen to Cort & Bobby in Welcome To That Whole Thing, listed below.