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The Tall Pines Celebrate Release of Campfire Songs Today & Tonight + MP3

Posted in Folk Rock, Pop, Promotions, Romance, Soft Rock on June 23, 2009 by E.N.


Ring in the Summer Singing Campfire Songs with The Tall Pines Tonight!

Featured today on iTunes’ “New and Noteworthy

We are proud to announce the digital release of The Tall Pines’ sophomore album, Campfire Songs (MMAM)! Come out and celebrate tonight, 8 PM at the National Underground, with The Tall Pines (Connie Lynn Petruk and Christmas Davis) playing their odes to Nashville twang and Memphis soul. Joining them are special guests Laura Cantrell, and Joe McGinty’s Keyboard Karaoke!


Enjoy a free MP3, “Beach House” in celebration of their new album out TODAY

The Tall Pines are a coed rock & roll duo with a penchant for Southern ’70s sounds, both bar-rocky and soulful. The band’s new album, Campfire Songs, sounds confident and full-bodied.”
 
- Time Out New York

About
Citing Bobbie Gentry, Gram Parsons, and Emmylou Harris as influences, The Tall Pines would make the legends of the past proud with their authentic mix of twang and soul that harkens back to the hey-day of the Nashville and Memphis music scenes while remaining uniquely current in their sound. Their self-titled debut was named one of the Top Ten Best Records of 2007 by National Public Radio (NPR), and continues to receive praise, as singer Connie Lynn Petruk and songwriter/guitarist Christmas Davis gear up for their sophomore release, Camp Fire Songs out on June 23rd.

After recording and performing live with such musical juggernauts as David Bowie, Elvis Costello, Perry Farrell, Moby, and Ronnie Spector, The Tall Pines brings Petruk’s silky alto to the forefront. Described by NPR as sounding like “the lost sister of Dusty Springfield” with a voice that has the ability “to melt the frost off your windshield,” Petruk’s singing perfectly compliments Davis’ clever songwriting and the band’s skillful backing. Campfire Songs moves seamlessly between raucous, foot stomping jams on songs like “Good Woman” and “Seniorita” to such crooning country ballads as the aptly titled, “No One Sings Like You.” Those longing for the nostalgia of country music’s past eras along with those who have an appreciation for such modern day acts as Jenny Lewis or She & Him can easily find something to love in The Tall Pines timeless sound.
The album also features stand out performances by Jeremy Chatzky (Bruce Springsteen’s Seeger Sessions Band), Joe McGinty (Ryan Adams, Devendra Banhart), and Jon Graboff (Ryan Adams, Willie Nelson). This past Fall The Tall Pines supported Country Music Legend Charlie Louvin at New York City’s prestigious CMJ Music Festival.

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The Avalanches – After The Goldrush

Posted in Eclectic, Electronic, Folk Rock, Hip Hop, IDM, Indie, Mash-Up on June 16, 2009 by E.N.


2009 mix from the Australian Dance producers and studio boffins This is an eclectic off the wall mix CD that starts with Bob Dylan and The Beach Boys before mixing into the Chemical Brothers, Basement Jaxx, Felix Da Housecat, Guns ‘N Roses, DJ Zinc, Missy Elliot, Queen and lots more before ending with another appearance from The Beach Boys! Saloon.(amazon,buy here)

Tracklist

1 Bob Dylan – Why Do You Treat Me Like You Do?
2 Beach Boys – Matchpoint Of Our Love
3 Chemical Brothers – Star Guitar
4 KLF – 3 Am Eternal
5 Basement Jaxx – Light Your Lighter
6 Artist Unknown – Shady
7 Q Tip – Breathe And Stop
8 Aldo Bender- Acid Enlightenment
9 Thomas Bangalter – Turbo
10 Phoenix – If I Ever Feel Better (Todd Edwards “Dub Better” remix)
11 Mr Oizo – M Seq
12 Felix Da Housecat – Strobe
13 DJ Funk – Booty Perc-U-Later
14 BS 2000 – Nobody Beats BS 2000
15 DJ Funk – Every Freakin Day
16 Aphex Twin – Afx237 v7
17 Shimon & Andy C – Bodyrock
18 Avalanches – Frontier Psychiatrist
19 Bubba Sparxx – Ugly
20 Bobby Digital – Must Be Bobby
21 DJ Zinc – 138 Trek
22 Dr Dre – Forgot About Dre
23 Chemical Brothers – It Began In Africa
24 Underworld – Rez /Cowgirl
25 Guns N Roses – Welcome To The Jungle
26 Thomas Bangalter – Colossus
27 Mc5 – Tonite
28 Missy Elliot – Get Yr Freak On
29 George Michael – Faith
30 Destiny’s Child – Jumpin Jumpin
31 Foundation Players – Fireball
32 Eminem – The Real Slim Shady
33 Xpress 2 – Smoke Machine
34 Missy Elliot – One Minute Man
35 J Walk – Soul Vibration
36 Princess Superstar – Wet Wet Wet
37 Queen – I Want To Break Free
38 Detroit Grand Pubahs – Sandwiches
39 Daft Punk – Oh Yeah
40 Hall And Oates – I Cant Go For That (No Can Do)
41 Aphex Twin – Windowlicker
42 Beach Boys – Johnny Carson

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Daydreaming with The Long Lost-XLR8R podcast

Posted in Acoustic, Dub Step, ElectroAcoustic, Electronic, Experimental, Folk Rock, IDM, Romance, Soft Rock, Trip Hop, XLR8R Podcast on June 14, 2009 by E.N.


Alfred and Laura Darlington released their first album under The Long Lost guise earlier this year, surprising the music world with dreamy, orchestral pop songs that strayed from the experimental beats we’re used to hearing from Alfred (under his Daedelus moniker). For the latest installment of the XLR8R podcast, the two continue surprising us, with 28 tracks of indie-pop, folk, and ambient compositions from the likes of Jogger, Caribou, Lali Puna, and Fleet Foxes. It’s a mix bound to brighten anyone’s day.

Daydreaming with The Long Lost-XLR8R podcast
01 Raymond Scott – When Will it End? – (Basta)
02 Raymond Scott – Bufferin: “Memories” – (Basta)
03 Computer Jay – 1000 Fold Feat. The Gray Kid- (Milan)
04 Barbara Morgenstern – Aus Heiterem Himmel (Dntel Remix) – (Monika)
05 Masha Qrella – I Want You to Know – (Monika)
06 Lali Puna – Nin-Com-Pop – (Morr)
07 Cate Le Bon – O Am Gariad – (Demo)
08 The Long Lost – Amiss (Tunng Remix) – (Ninja Tune)
09 Portishead – The Rip – (Island)
10 Blonde Redhead – Slogan – (Touch & Go)
11 Perrey & Kingsley – Umbrellas of Cherbourg – (Vanguard)
12 Clara Rockmore – Carnival of the Animals: The Swan – (Delos)
13 Carlos d’Alessio – Duo – (Remark)
14 The Long Lost – Finders Keepers – (Ninja Tune)
15 Aphex Twin – Nannou – (Warp)
16 Björk – Scatterheart – (One Little Indian)
17 Daedelus – Now And Sleep Feat. Laura Darlington- (Mush)
18 Stereolab – Baby Lulu – (Elektra)
19 Broadcast – Minim – (Warp)
20 Daedelus – Astroboy – (Plug Research)
21 The Long Lost – Past Perfect – (Ninja Tune)
22 Jogger – Falling Up into the Sky – (Demo)
23 Department of Eagles – Sailing By Night – (Melodic)
24 Caribou – Melody Day – (Merge)
25 The Beach Boys – The Warmth of the Sun – (Capitol)
26 Fleet Foxes – Heard Them Stirring – (Sub Pop)
27 Mia Doi Todd – Amor (Adventure Time Remix) – (Plug Research)
28 Flying Lotus – Auntie’s Lock-Infinitum Feat. Laura Darlington) – (Warp)

Photo by Laura Darlington.

Also check
The Long Lost – The Long Lost
The Long Lost – The Art Of Kissing
The Long Lost – Woebegone (flying lotus king cosby remix)
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XLR8R Podcast-Buck 65

Posted in Eclectic, Folk Rock, Hip Hop, Pop, Promotions, XLR8R Podcast on June 9, 2009 by E.N.


When asked about the name of this podcast, Richard Terfry (a.k.a. Buck 65) merely stated, “I pulled music from my record collection, which is arranged alphabetically, and I only got as far as the letter F.”

Terfrey clearly put some serious time and thought into the track selection here. On The A to F Podcast, rather than simply mix an hour’s worth of music and chuck it to an audience, he carefully leads us through each song, stopping to explain the origins of the music, tell an anecdote here and there, give shout-outs to fellow Canadian musicians, and hand us a few pieces of little-known music history. Our consensus: he’d make a mighty fine radio-show host from the sounds of this mix.

Terfry just released a new album under his Bike for Three! project, which he does alongside Belgian-based Hoelle Phuong Minh Le (a.k.a. Greetings From Tuskan). More Heart Than Brains is available via anticon..

The A to F Podcast:
01 Greetings From Tuskan – The Fourth of Never
02 Buddy Peace – Ample Champ
03 Al Tuck – Buddah
04 Elevator to Hell – Backteeth
05 Buck 65 – Days on End*
06 Boubacar Traoré – Mariama
07 Ata Kak – Yemmpa Aba
08 Big Daddy Kane – For Your Own Concern
09 Chill Rob G – Future Shock
10 The Chosen Ones – Come and Get Some
11 Brian Wilson – Smart Girls
12 Emmett Miller – The Gypsy
13 Archers of Loaf – The Greatest of All Time
14 Johnny Cash – Couldn’t Keep From Cryin’ (Buck 65 remix)
15 Clarence Ashley – Little Sadie
16 Mystery Song
17 Dave Marsh – Forsaken by the Beautiful People

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The Carpets-Grandma’s House

Posted in Avant, Folk Rock, Promotions on March 18, 2009 by E.N.


The Carpets are an avant-folk duo of Ryan Buchanan and Eli Lederman of Nuggies. They have self released their debut album, At Grandma’s House, which was recorded in New York at Ryan Buchanan’s Grandma’s House. They combine strange noise, free improv guitar, free improv lyrics and rapping to create a unique sound which is unlike anything before them.

Download Album From The Carpets here

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