Monthly Archives: July 2008

Something for the Vacation: Albums While I’m Gone

  So, I’m off to Hawaii for two weeks and then to All Points West Festival immediately after.  I probably won’t be posting anything for some time, but keep your eye out for some of these albums while I am … Continue reading

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Dre “shooting for a November or December release”

DETOX may be coming out this November or December according to Rolling Stone magazine and the Dr. himself.

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CONCERT: DJ Shadow and Cut Chemist (The Hard Sell): The 930 Club, Washington, DC, July 16th, 2008

It’s hard for me to judge a DJ performance, having only seen a few. I went to this concert with a love for DJ Shadow’s Endtroducing . . . and respect for Chemist’s work with Jurrasic 5. I had seen … Continue reading

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Glenn Campbell takes on Velvet Undergound, Replacements, Travis, Green Day

The “Rhinestone Cowboy” himself has put together a contemporary covers album entitled Meet Glen Campbell. Here is a trailer for the album. Since when do albums have trailers? What day is it? I definitely think it’s a cool concept, but … Continue reading

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Beck B-Side “Vampire Voltage No. 6”

This B-side from the “Chemtrails 7″” seems to be the hardest rocker from the Modern Guilt sessions.  It explodes but then abruptly ends, at a measley 2 minutes.  Check it out.

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New Animal Collective “Lion in a Coma” (Live at Pitchfork)

It seems to be Lion season in the music world, as another Lion themed musical escapade has been unveiled.  This time it comes from Baltimore/Brooklyn professional crazies Animal Collective:

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Sex Pistol ain’t havin’ no bloody Bloc Party

Apparently Johny “Rotten” Lydon, of Sex Pistols fame, attacked lead singer of post-punk brit band Bloc Party, Kele Okereke, Saturday in Barcelona. Okereke claims that John told him to fix his “black attitude,” implying that the scuffle was race motivated. … Continue reading

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