Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Bark bark

Daily posts were shot to hell well over a month ago. Yet the blog remains innocuously plugging along. Be sure to watch the vid.

Here's a song for all you kings and queens and graduate in-betweens:

Saturday, July 31, 2010

Indian Love Call

Heyyyyyy, so....with this link, don't play the papa roach song. Or play it and don't blame me. Anything by Tears for Fears after that will be worth your while. ESPESH Mad World.

If you're not into that, dig yourself some Slim Whitman:

Tuesday, July 27, 2010


The soundtrack of summer, all up in this song.

Saturday, July 24, 2010


This song sounds like the synthesized version of those words.

Friday, July 23, 2010

God bless Copenhagen

This song blew me mind. May it yours as well. Trentemøller is a native Dane and a thunderous electronic beat wizard, much like Hamlet.

after you listen to that, watch this:


Monday, July 19, 2010


I don't really like Santogold, but this song is cool. What a description.

Thursday, July 8, 2010

Bum ba dum

My bro Joe was recently in Japan and he brought me back a package of Koala Yummies. It is the greatest after school snack ever created. By humans. This particular box is even better because it has Japanese characters all over it. I love it and shall treasure it forever. Now that I've said that, here is a completely unrelated song:

Around the Bay - Department of Eagles

exceptionally good drumming in this song.

Monday, July 5, 2010

Back with a vengeance

Given my long hiatus, I should really have something special here for ya'll tonight. Ya'll being.... who exactly reads this blog? I don't know. At this point it's surely down to zero. So that's why I began this endeavor in the foist place, to entertain moi. Number one. Me, myself and I. So here it is, Erin! All for you! And all the other Erins (spellings may vary) out there who may possibly give a crap. For anybody else, it's a toss up.

Oso is Spanish for bear. I know stuff (oh-so mucho).

Wednesday, June 23, 2010


Not his best movie ever, but in it we see a sound evolution of Woody's love for 30's and 40's jazz. It goes from slapstick silly in "Bananas" to romanticism in "Annie Hall" to epic Gershwin pieces featured in Manhattan. Man loves city. City loves music.

Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Where we're going we don't need roads.

It's time to dubstep into the future. I don't know what that means, but this song/artist is mellow dub step madness. may it lighten your day.

Volfoniq///all three tracks really///esp. Skango

Do you notice this thing happening with people and their computers and everyone becoming a DJ?

Monday, June 21, 2010

Je ne sais pas

Elisaaaa, Elisaaaa

Friday, June 18, 2010

Ice cream on a red hot stove

Okay guys, you don't know cool until you've heard this song and it's vocal range.

Jackson 5

I'll Bet You

....and exhale:

These are not pretty musicians

Good thing too, I don't like my musicians pretty.

Everlasting Light

This is a song by The Black Keys.

What else can I say other than I love it?

I ain't worried and I ain't scurried

Have a Good Time

I should be depressed, my life's a mess, but I'm havin' a good time.

I ain't worried and I ain't scurried.

Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Le clan des Siciliens

John Zorn -- avant-garde composer and also former of a punk band in the 80's. However this song is a cover of Ennio Morricone's The Sicilian Clan. Zorn/Morricone (pictured respectively) make a lovely pairing. I want to see this movie now (a french film by Henri Verneuil from 1969). Check out the trailer with what looks like the original Robert DeNiro:

Monday, June 14, 2010

The hand of the devil is warm in the night

Okay, so. Here is a song and a half. More like a song and a video, both courtesy of that lovely gentleman at gvb. The song is cave grill and the band is arch m.

Two more treats from gorillavsbear: this beach housey song called Outer Limits by SLEEP OVER.

And lastly, I love this Terry Gilliam-esque video. It's like watching paper dolls come to life:
By the way, this should have been the U2 song, because it's fucking radical -

Saturday, June 12, 2010


From ze debut album October, here is U2's With a Shout. Chimpanzee that.

Munchies, or: Get Your Snack On

I am a bad blogette. I neglect blogly duties. But that can all be fixed by listening to this mind bending wizardry:
Get Your Snack On :: Amon Tobin

and to commemorate the start of the World Cup, here is this:

Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Elvis Viles

Who can resist Elvis? Not I. Those lips, those sideburns, that mascara! (in some cases). He really is a gorgeous man with an even more gorgeous voice. I've always liked this song - Surrender - and someone put a lurvely little video together for the song. Long live the king.

Monday, June 7, 2010

The Mystic Knights

Oingo Boingo...Hercules Family Theme from the film Forbidden Zone. Have a taste below.

zip zap zup

Friday, June 4, 2010

Let's get Murphiphied!

Dance Yrself Clean --- LCD Soundsystem

All in town who are fans should be reeling with excitement because he's HERE! TONIGHT! At the Palladium! Oh boy oh boy oh boy.

Thursday, June 3, 2010

In Through the Out Door

Fool in the Rain :: Led Zeppelin

That's right, it's an obscure, whistle blowing infused rarity. Raise your hand if you hate when DJ's say they're pulling the led out...

| o |

That's someone raising BOTH their hands. I know, I'm endlessly entertaining.

Ever heard of a little show called Soul Train?

Wednesday, June 2, 2010


Loudon Wainwright III: father of Rufus and Mary, actor, singer, and tamer of shetland ponies, the man is a legend. He's been around since the 40's and he's even appeared on a Scorsese soundtrack. Anyone who is a III is a well established individual indeed.

After You've Gone

Tuesday, June 1, 2010


Check this out: Junip - Rope And Summit
This one bleeds beauty.
Stay tuned.

Friday, May 28, 2010


Amanaz - Amanaz


Thursday, May 27, 2010

hidy hidy hidy hiiii

heedy heedy heedy heeeee

Minnie the Moocher here sung by none other than the one and only Cab Calloway.


Mute that trumpet, SONNN.

Wednesday, May 26, 2010

A Proper Burial

Archangel :: Burial


Not in much of a 'splaining mood these days. Let the music speak for itself, I say. Witty commentary is merely a distraction. Oh dear, I've said too much.

Tuesday, May 25, 2010


Nurse With Wound & Stereolab

Simple Headphone Mind

The jam of the evening.

Top hits in 1961

Lonnie Donegan - Does Your Chewing Gum Lose Its Flavor?

Only when it's on the bedpost overnight.

If tin whistles are made of tin, what do they make foghorns out of?

Saturday, May 22, 2010

Speaking of Beatles

Here is a cover of a cover. The Beatles covered Barrett Strong and Flying Lizards covered it still with their own spatula noise. It's only a matter of time before spatula noise becomes a staple of music everywhere.

Friday, May 21, 2010

What a drag it is getting old...

Mother's Little Helper is rapidly becoming one of my favorite Stones songs. I mean, they're not Beatles, but thanks for playing anyway guys.

Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Annie Clark

Also known as St. Vincent, this song is from her album "Marry Me." It's layered and beautiful and starts with a swirling piano. I can't put up a picture of her because she's too stunning. And I don't know how on pcs.

All My Stars Aligned

What was your question? I've got the answer.

Tuesday, May 18, 2010

this is the fucking SOTD


Thee best of thee best.

why won't they turn the heat down!?

Who do you think you are, some kind of aquarium drunkard? I think I'm going berserk. I can't think. How can I? The universe is expanding and it's full of cosmic debris. But what business is that of mine.

Sorrow - The National

Sunday, May 16, 2010

Adam Sandler's most underrated performance

Overture - Jon Brion

Tis the opener of the Punch-Drunk Love soundtrack. And it shouldn't surprise you that the transition into "Tabla" is seamless. That song may in fact be better, but the Overture is just so beautiful.

Friday, May 14, 2010

I put a spell on you

Four Tet is a gentleman named Kieran Hebden who bends acoustic riffs into strangely sweet shapes around bubbling beats. Everything is Alright could easily be called hypnosis.

Thursday, May 13, 2010

Playing Slotts

Sorry if this link slows your page up, but it's worth hearing. Mike Slott, praised by Flying Lotus, is a soundscape magician. Check out the song Sun Tan.

Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Harmony harmony

This blog is intended for anybody who wants to hear a song a day. Also it's intended for people partial to my recommendations. So if you fit into these two categories, this post is for YOU! Now today I see there are ten of you. That's swell. Thanks A.N. Fizzle for becoming the tenth. "10" looks so much better than "9." Now that protocol is out of the way, we can get down to Erasure. If you already take them less seriously because of the picture, don't watch this video. Merely turn it on and walk away from your computer so you can enjoy what Erasure has to give {a lot}. Always Erasure.

Tuesday, May 11, 2010


We've all heard Johnny Cash covering NIN, but this lesser known cover (and dare I say better) is of Depeche Mode's Personal Jesus. It's one helluva song, may it wow you.

Monday, May 10, 2010

More for me

Well bless my soul, Grooveshark is improving their website. As lala is shutting down, Grooveshark is stepping up. So here are some motherfuckers called Rafter (the foul language is theirs, not mine). Fruit and Paper are 2 of the songs from their newest album Animal Feelings.

alpha BETA gaga

Hidey ho neighborinos. I'm not gonna bother with apologies, nope. Just buttloads of good music. Tonight begins with TWO, count em, TWO fantastic Beta Band tracks.

Stay tuned for more tonight gang.

Thursday, May 6, 2010


Hey now everybody, DANCE TO THE MUSIC. Me & Sly & the Family Stone really want you to. And if you don't, we'll break your legs. Take your pick.