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Episode 86: Smashing, Splendid, Corking British Podcast

posted July 19, 2011, 7:45 am by dscanland | Filed Under Podcast | comment 1 Comment

Tags: Wu Lyf, Boxer Rebellion, PJ Harvey, Elbow, Gomez, Podcast, British, England


This is Dennis Scanland with a long overdue podcast for you folks. We’ve had a lot of great music on the recent spat of podcasts lately. This week I was gathering some of my favorites and noticed that the bands were all coming from England. I’m bringing you the best new British music to whet your ears. The Music Emissions, Smashing, Splendid, Corking British Podcast

  • Dirt – WU LYF (Go Tell Fire To The Mountain)
  • Organ Song – The Boxer Rebellion (The Cold Still)
  • The Words That Maketh Murder – PJ Harvey (Let England Shake)
  • With Love – Elbow (Build A Rocket Boys!)
  • Homeboy – Adorable (Against Perfection)
  • Equalize – Gomez (Whatever’s On Your Mind)

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Sunday’s Best: Tool

posted July 17, 2011, 9:40 am by Brian Rutherford | Filed Under Sunday's Best | comment 10 Comments

Tags: Sundays best, Tool


Back in the day, when this place was crawling with forums and chats about random acts of music, we used to poll ourselves to see which release by an artist not only set them atop of the industry but stapled them in as musical gods. Before we get to this weeks, here are a few of our previous polls.
Pink Floyd
Nirvana
A Tribe Called Quest
The Mars Volta
TV on the Radio
Radiohead
Brand New

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Video Of The Week: Hooray For Earth – True Loves (Cereal Spiller Remix)

posted July 15, 2011, 10:27 am by Ben Oliver | Filed Under Music News | comment Leave a Comment


Are you familiar with the band Hooray For Earth yet? They are from NYC and have been around for a few years now. I first watched this video a couple of weeks ago and it made quite the impression on me. That’s saying quite a bit, if you knew how many videos I watch! The song is from their The Song ‘True Loves’ And Remixes Of The Song ‘True Loves’ ep. It’s a superb idea that starts with a macrocosmic view from space, then gradually zooms into the smallest particles of matter. It’s visually stunning and dramatically entertaining. Hope you dig it as much as I do.

Artist Update: Coheed & Cambria

posted July 13, 2011, 8:39 am by Ben Oliver | Filed Under Editorial, Music News | comment Leave a Comment

Tags: news, Coheed And Cambria, Coheed & Cambria, Michael Todd


We were a little late the party on this story, not even close to being the first to report this. Yet we also know that some of you trust us to bring you the latest news regarding your favorite artists. We have both good news and bad for you from Coheed & Cambria. In a very unfortunate series of events, long time bass player and member of Coheed Michael Todd has left the band. Read more

Episode 85: Break Out Bands 2011

posted July 12, 2011, 8:57 am by Ben Oliver | Filed Under MP3, Podcast | comment 1 Comment

Tags: skrillex, oh no, the other shoe, shabazz palaces, cults, get away


Thanks for checking out the newest edition of our weekly podcast. This time, I have personally chosen some artists that I feel most confident about having a break through year in 2011. These are not all unknown acts, some are already attracting attention. My goal was not to be the first to introduce this music to the world, but hopefully introduce it to many more people. The majority of this playlist are brand new songs from this year, minus the exception of 1 or 2 of them. We have rock, hip-hop, pop, electronic/dubstep, and even a bit of country. Please let us know what you think!

***PARENTAL ADVISORY***
1. Cults – “Abducted”
2. F*cked Up – “The Other Shoe”
3. Shabazz Palaces – “32 Leaves Dipped In Blackness”
4. Gardens And Villas – “Orange Blossom”
5. Skrillex – “First Of The Year (Equinox)”
6. Shwayze and Cisco – “Butterflies”
7. Girl Talk – “Oh No”
8. Jessica Lea Mayfield – “Our Hearts Are Wrong”
9. Yuck – “Get Away”

International Songwriting Competition Deadline (ISC)

posted July 11, 2011, 10:20 am by dscanland | Filed Under Editorial | comment Leave a Comment

Tags: Tom Waits, Ozzy Osbourne, Tori Amos, My Morning Jacket, Keane, International Songwriting Competition


International Songwriter Competition

The Early Bird deadline for the International Songwriting Competition (ISC) is approaching soon on July 15.

Entering on or before July 15 means savings on multiple entries ($30 for the first entry and $22 for each additional entry). After July 15, the entry fee is $30 per entry with no discount for additional entries. The deadline for all entries is September 21, 2011. Read more

Sunday’s Best: Pink Floyd

posted July 10, 2011, 6:41 am by Brian Rutherford | Filed Under Sunday's Best | comment 6 Comments

Tags: Pink Floyd


Back in the day, when this place was crawling with forums and chats about random acts of music, we used to poll ourselves to see which release by an artist not only set them atop of the industry but stapled them in as musical gods.
previous polls…

Nirvana
A Tribe Called Quest
The Mars Volta
TV on the Radio
Radiohead
Brand New

Read more

Best Indie Music Scene

posted July 9, 2011, 10:28 am by Brian Rutherford | Filed Under Music News | comment 3 Comments


Forget the past, below, you will find a poll, asking what is the next region of the world to start spawning artist after artist. Please, feel free to write in your own answer.

Worldwide; What region has the best indie music future?

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Video Of The Week: Monotonix – The Stranger

posted July 8, 2011, 8:35 am by Ben Oliver | Filed Under Editorial, Video | comment 1 Comment

Tags: bumbershoot fest 2008, video of the week, Monotonix, monotonix


One of the most unique and sensational groups today isn’t from North America or London or even Sweeden.  I’m referring to the one and only Monotonix. This trio from Tel Aviv has staked their reputation on their incomparable live shows.  Like the many great, legendary live bands before them, you truly don’t know what exactly to expect when you watch them perform. The normal antics usually include the band playing somewhere besides the stage, trash cans being thrown and passed around, the drum kit coming apart and being evenly dispersed among the crowd. Their explosive and invigorating sets represent chaos at it’s finest. This footage is from Bumbershoot Fest in 2008. According to who posted it, Monotonix only got to play for about fourteen minutes security shut them down.   Make sure to catch them live when you get the opportunity!

Tour Review: Foster The People

posted July 5, 2011, 6:57 am by Ben Oliver | Filed Under Editorial, Live Show Reviews, Tour | comment 1 Comment

Tags: gardens and villa, torches, foster the people, gardens and villa


Sometimes when you first hear a band, initially you just know they will make it big.  And other times, you may listen to them a dozen times before the music really sticks to you. The sounds of Los Angeles based cultural zeitgeist Foster the People (FTP) can probably be both, depending on who is listening.  If you haven’t yet heard them or of them, then it won’t be long. Read more

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