Edith Frost released It’s a Game on Novemebr 15. Songs Illinois has a few MP3’s here. And there are a few outtakes here.
Archives for November 2005
Download the hilarious Goldfrapp video “Number 1” from her upcoming Supernature. [Via Brooklyn Vegan]
Because God would prefer people die of AIDS A Brazilian singer who promoted the use of condoms in an anti-AIDS campaign has been dropped from the lineup of next month’s Christmas concert at the Vatican, organizers said Friday. Daniela Mercury was dropped after Vatican authorities read statements by her in the Brazilian press that went […]
They’re one of the most underated bands in indie rock. We’re glad to see them getting some props on Brooklyn Vegan and elsewhere. Check out their new single: Gore Veil (from Porcella)
Evidently, Bush Inc is now censoring Vietnam era documents to save face on Iraq. Perhaps we should censor history text books too. Those darn Crusades could “prompt uncomfortable comparisons” too: [Frank Rich via TruthOut] If Mr. Bush and Mr. Cheney believe they were truthful in the run-up to the war, it’s easy for them to […]
Ted Koppel’s final show will air tonight. Thanks for a classy, distinguished career, Ted. You’ll be missed.
Somehow we missed this column by former Senator Bob Graham on Sunday. It further implicates Bush Inc of intelligence manipulation. Evidently, there were twointelligence reports: The classified version most senators did not see: “contained vigorous dissents on key parts of the information, especially by the departments of State and Energy. Particular skepticism was raised about […]
We sadly missed the American Analog Set shows when they recently came to New York, but the kind people at Bradley’s Almanac have got our back. Check out a complete set of MP3s from their recent live show in Cambridge. [Via Brooklyn Vegan]
We don’t usually do posts to promote other blogs, but if you haven’t discovered Songs Illinois do yourself a favor and check it out. It’s the perfect antidote to the New York blogs that are always discussing the same two or three bands. Their specialty is alt-country and folk—in the realm of Will Oldham and […]