The good place that is Mello Music Group are offering a new track for free, and this one is an Apollo Brown remix of 7evenThirty’s “Twenty Twelve”. You may have heard it here before and if you liked it, listen to what Apollo Brown did to reconstruct it. What is your preference: the original recipe or the remix? Write your answer down.
Double Silhouette is Mark Mallman’s brand new album (my review can be read by clicking here and here’s a brand new video from the man. It seems he has some “Dirty Dishes” on his mind, although he seems to be in a van. Is it the kitchen of the mind? find out what’s going on.
No idea what in the world is going on in this video, but if the world as shown in this video existed, more people would want to spend time outside. You know what? Spend time outside anyway, and you can have Cracked Latin to thank for it. Their video for “Alone With You” is wacky and zany, with a bit of a bossa nova step to it.
If you’ve been following/monitoring/creating pie charts for my website, you may have noticed some positive reviews for a label based in Tucson, Arizona called Fort Lowell Records. They have released some create 7″ 45′s and had taken part in releasing a benefit record, but now the label will be releasing their first all-new full length album. That honor goes to Saint Maybe, and Things As They Are will be released on November 20th. I’ll have a review of this very soon, but you can take a listen to their style here, but what exactly is their style? A hint of blues, southern rock, folk, and 60′s rock and soul, but with those ingredients, they reveal not only what they love, but things they might not had existed in them. Have a listen.
From his Pus Mortem album, Black Pus decided to create a video for two songs from it and now you can see it here. It’s for the songs “Why Must It End?” and “Meet Me In That Other Place”, as Brian Chippendale goes to and from Providence, Rhode Island and shows what he sees (or at least what he’s willing to capture with camera). BTW: you can opt to watch the video in hi-def as well, so select it to see its fullness.
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