Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Sunday, February 21, 2010

Vinyl Sunday

Joanna Newsom - Have One On Me - 2010 - Drag City

It's Damn good...Review coming soon.

Vinyl Sunday

Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Monday, February 15, 2010

Sasquatch 2010 - Official Lineup

It's official! The Sasquatch Music Festival lineup for 2010 in Quincy, Washington at the Gorge Amphitheater. Artist will include:

Pavement, My Morning Jacket, Massive Attack, Ween, Vampire Weekend, MGMT, Band of Horses, The National, LCD Soundsystem, Tegan & Sara, Broken Social Scene, Passion Pit, Deadmau5, She & Him, Public Enemy, Nada Surf, The New Pornographers, The Hold Steady, The xx, Dirty Projectors, OK Go, Drive By Truckers, Kid Cudi, The Long Winters, Minus the Bear, The Mountain Goats, Quasi, Camera Obscura, Fruit Bats, Brother Ali, Midlake, Dr. Dog, Caribou, Simian Mobile Disco, City & Colour, No Age, The Temper Trap,Vetiver, Miike Snow, Portugal. The Man, Telekinesis, Mayer Hawthorne, Why?, Girls, Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros, Wale, The Lonely Forest, Japandroids, Boys Noize, YACHT, Freelance Whales, Laura Marling, Patrick Watson, Past Lives, Cymbals Eat Guitars, The Low Anthem, The Very Best/Phantogram, Neon Indian, Nurses, The Tallest Man on Earth, Fresh Espresso, Mumford & Sons, Jets Overhead, tUnE-YarD, Shabazz Palace, Fool’s Gold, Morning Teleportation, Z-Trip, Dam-Funk, Hudson Mohawke, The Middle East, Local Natives, Avi Buffalo, Booka Shade, A-Trak, Yes Giantess, Craig Robinson, Rob Riggle, Garfunkel & Oates, Luke Burbank

I got my ticket. Did you?

Last week, we listened to some tunes. Vol. 4

Local Natives have some really good tunes.

Really diggin' Small Back. Too bad they only have an EP and a couple of 7"s out.

Dosh. Enough said.

Sunday, February 14, 2010

Vinyl Sunday

Les McCann - Invitation To Openness - 1972, Water Records

Read the Dusted review here

This weeks submission to

Saturday, February 13, 2010

Spoon - Trouble Comes Running

It's stupid crazy how many times I've listened to this track off Transference in the last few days. Enjoy.

Small Black - Despicable Dogs

Small Black: Despicable Dogs from Yoonha Park on Vimeo.

Here's a weekend jammer for ya..
7" Available here

Tuesday, February 9, 2010

No Age do Daytrotter

Check out the latest over on Daytrotter. No Age playing three brand new tracks! Hard Trash flips the samples used on You're a Target with great results, sounding very reminiscent of the multi-track-bleeding-theme of Weirdo Rippers. The new album from these guys due sometime in 2010. Can't wait.

Straight from the No Age blog:
Randy and I turned into weird 11 year old cartoon characters for Daytrotter and recorded a couple songs. HERE is the link to the 3 songs we did. Also, we are in the studio as i write this finishing up bits and pieces of our new LP. YYYYYYYYYYEAH! I should get back to work
Nice! Looks like a Nouns follow up may be closer than we think!

Monday, February 8, 2010

Last week, we listened to some tunes Vol. 3

Listened to a lot of vinyl this week. So the digital plays were pretty slim..

Discovered the genius that is Climax Golden Twins

This Dosh track got a lot of play. This one too..

Where's Stoney got some play

Sunday, February 7, 2010

Vinyl Sunday

Jim O'Rourke - Insignificance

Saturday, February 6, 2010

Podcast of the Week

Stones Throw Podcast #55 Where's Stoney?
DJs House Shoes & J.Rocc mix Strong Arm Steady & Madlib.

Free download here

Strong Arm Steady In Search of Stoney Jackson. out now.

Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Last week, we listened to some tunes Vol. 2

Couple days late for #MM but were on vacation. Give us a damn break...

Diggin' on that WU/Beatles collabo

The Birthquake dudes got some good jams

Still back Animal Collective fully, But ODDSAC is another story...

Been down with Four Tet. Still down with Four Tet.

Friday, January 29, 2010

Four Tet - There is love in you

Favorite track of the new Four Tet album There Is Love In You.

Four Tet - This Unfolds

Thursday, January 28, 2010

DOSH - Subtractions

New jam from Mr. Martin DOSH. Album #5 titled Tommy drops April 13th on Anticon

1 Subtractions
2 Yer Face
3 Number 41

4 Town Mouse

5 Loud

6 Airlift

7 Country Road X

8 Call the Kettle

9 Nevermet

10 Gare de Lyon

More info from Anticon here

Grab the MP3

Wednesday, January 27, 2010 Sundance - REVIEW

Rarely does a new filmmaker have a built-in audience. An audience so rabid yet loyal, they would venture to a venue teeming with puffy coats, Uggs, and D-list celebrity to see a project connected to one of, as the purple-velvet-sport-coated announcer put it last night, "the hottest" bands today. Yes, I'm talking about the Sundance Film Festival.

Director Danny Perez lucked out. As a roadie for the Black Dice, an oft favorite opener for the aforementioned "hot" Animal Collective, he became friends with the Collective and together embarked on a four-year long process of collaboration to create
ODDSAC. Luck seems to cut both ways: Perez pairing with Animal Collective clearly got his first film a world premiere at Sundance, but when not backed by the sometimes brilliant soundtrack created by the band, the movie comes off as a disjointed film school project.

The movie opened with a young woman pacing a room with fire dancers visibly outside the window, she is then occupied by black tar oozing out of a crack in the wall of the room. Perez should have saved this montage for the end, since it was the strongest and most beautiful of the film and it proved to be a tough act to follow.

Unfortunately, it was all down hill from there. Heavily influenced by Matthew Barney of the
Cremaster Cycle, the audience was forced into a disjointed journey that included a sad vampire, marshmallows eating a family, a food fight with a glittered man (straight from the Barney playbook), and a midnight canoe ride, to mention a few. The bright points in the film were strictly auditory. The first line from Panda Bear's honeyed voice had audience members unclenching their armrests and settling back in their seats to listen to why he wishes he "wouldn't feel so drained, if he could only keep his hands away." Beautiful and pared down, this song was an oasis of calm after what seemed like an eternity of stylized TV snow and feedback.

It was clear who had filled the seats of Prospector Square Theatre. The Q and A was directed mostly at Deacon, the Geologist, and Avey Tare (Panda Bear was sadly absent), while Danny Perez nervously swayed side-to-side. Questions about the collaborative process, where the band would be playing after the screening, and favorite films dominated over technical questions regarding ODDSAC. When one audience member directed a question at Perez in regards to the editing process and what tools he used, he answered candidly that you need, " curtains to block out the light and your girlfriend...leaves for the day and you spend five hours on YouTube..." Bless this lucky schmuck's heart.

A part of me realizes that Danny Perez didn't expect his film to be graced by a world premiere at Sundance. This film would have fit better at
Tromadance or Slamdance. Had the film been cut into shorts and peddled as music videos, it would have been easier to handle. Understanding that when this process began, Animal Collective had yet to create their more accessible albums Strawberry Jam and Merriweather Post Pavilion. This seems a better explanation for the "tweaked," less "songy" soundtrack, as explained by Avey Tare.

When questioned about the meaning or plot of the film, Perez wanted to "leave it to you" to figure out what it means. I think he may not have known, either.

Tuesday, January 26, 2010


At Sundance tonight! We'll be there!

Caribou - Odessa

It's been far too long since Andorra But Dan Snaith is back with Swim droppin 4/20 on Merge Head over to Caribous website for a download of the track.

Swim Tracklist
01. Odessa
02. Sun
03. Kaili
04. Found Out
05. Bowls
06. Leave House
07. Hannibal
08. Lalibela
09. Jamelia

Thursday, January 21, 2010

Beach House - Used to Be - Video

Make sure you head over to Gorilla Vs. Bear today a check out the Beach House video premier for what is probably my favorite track on the new Teen Dream album Used to Be. Sean Pecknold directed it and it’s pretty damn cool looking. GvB has been premiering a new video everyday this week so check out the rest. And pickup the album DVD combo next week at your local record store.

Check it out here

UPDATE: Finally available! -- Just got the vinyl. Dope packaging.

Beach House - Used To Be from QandnotU on Vimeo.

Thursday, January 14, 2010

New Sun Araw - Live Mind

Cameron Stallone's Sun Araw is back with a hot new 7" Sun Ark. Pick up a copy (limited to 500) here.

Listen here

(via GvB)

Thursday, January 7, 2010

Atlas Sound - Untitled

Say what you will about
the fork but this Surveillance series is coming correct with some jams.
Bradford Cox has gone and done it again with this beautiful looped out piece. Check it out

(via P4K)

Wednesday, January 6, 2010

The Knife - Colouring of Pigeons

Lets get nuts for a few minutes...
In Collaboration with Mt. Sims and Planningtorock

Colouring of Pigeons by The Knife
Grab the MP3 over here

Monday, January 4, 2010

Last year, we listened to some tunes

According to Too bad we cant track our Vinyl & CD plays too...