If you’re still there when I get back, I’ll come over. I’ll come over and make sure that everything is still alright, you’re having the time of your life.
First track taken from Joanna Gruesome’s forthcoming split 12” with Trust Fund, out on Reeks of Effort and HHBTM late September 2014.
Source: SoundCloud / Reeks of Effort
Source: SoundCloud / Sub Pop
the good that won’t come out - rilo kiley
you say I choose sadness
that it never once has chosen me
maybe you’re right
Mount Eerie - Who? (Feat. Julie Doiron)
Field Mouse- Everyone But You
Beautiful new indie pop from Brooklyn band Field Mouse. Summer days were made for this type of music. The reverb and jangle guitars mixed with singer Rachel Browne’s sweet voice is music that your ears will find hard to resist ….Their new album Hold Still Life is out July 22nd and is streaming now on The Hype Machine.
RIYL Alvvays, Panda Riot, Elephant
A decent enough leak of the new White Fence is out, so here’s a taste. To me it sounds like a slightly dirtier, slightly sloppier Moody Blues (circa ‘71). It has a sort of soaring quality. The ‘noise’ solos are kind of cute, but they really just put a spotlight on how badly these songs need a harmonica.
Elton John - Someone Saved My Life Tonight (solo live 1976)
Source: SoundCloud / Those Darlins
Magnolia Electric Co - Such Pretty Eyes For A Snake
“There’s a quote from Elizabeth Rozin I’ve always loved,” he said. Rozin is the food theorist who wrote the essay “Ketchup and the Collective Unconscious,” and Smith used her conclusion as the epigraph of his ketchup book: ketchup may well be “the only true culinary expression of the melting pot, and … its special and unprecedented ability to provide something for everyone makes it the Esperanto of cuisine.” Here is where Henry Heinz and the benzoate battle were so important: in defeating the condiment Old Guard, he was the one who changed the flavor of ketchup in a way that made it universal.