Shaped on all Six Sides.
I dropped in at Let ‘Em In Music again today, this time to visit Gabriel and the Hounds as they recorded a cover song for Brooklyn Based. As is the nature of the band (basically Gabe from Takka Takka joined by a rotating cast of players), everybody in the room added something to the mix. I’m curious to see how the track turns out after Nadim works his magic on mixing it!
Our new video for the song “Slime” by Sleeping Bag is premiering today at The Village Voice, along with a Q&A with Dave Segedy.
“Slime” is the first track on Sleeping Bag’s excellent new s/t record, which is available from Joyful Noise Recordings on vinyl, CD, mp3, or with an official Sleeping Bag sleeping bag. The band is currently on tour, so check them out if you get the chance. They play The Cake Shop in NYC tonight at 8:30.
Watch this! It will be your new favorite song! Go Sleeping Bag! A lot of my hot babe friends are in this video!
PREMIERE : Appetite = Warn Me, Right
It gives me great pleasure to be able to give you this new single off of Teddy Briggs brand spanking new album out today. Scattered Smothered Covered is an easily repeatable album. It’s an easy listen, concise, and full of classic Teddy Briggs quirkiness. Appetite fills a strange void for me musically, and hopefully it does for you too.
You can pick up the album in just about any form you could ever hope for over at Crossbill Records. And stream the entire record over at my friends Terror Eyes. And lastly, be on the lookout for an upcoming tour this fall.
The Park a.d. - Sirens
Sometimes you just gotta let ‘er rip. Duo Maya Miller and Becky Black sure fuckin’ do. For the first few seconds of this song you think you’re listening to the opening of Black Sabbath. But, no. These Vancouver rockers might have borrowed the vibe, but they’re their own studded leather jacket and snarling upper lip, m’kay?
Pre-order their new record Unpersons from Mint Records.
PREMIERE: Appetite - Tussy
Californian oddball Teddy Briggs crafts quirky tunes that are part surrealist poetry and part vocal acid trip. His sense of rhythm is refreshing, counter-balancing beat with lyric, crafting challenging tempos and melodies. This incredible video by Sean Stout aka Terror Eyes complements the mood and is certainly among his best efforts to date.