Sergeant, you should make at least one journey across the pond. please? it’s really not that bad here… promise. shit, we’ve got beckham back.. eh?
the b-side from “hang you from the heavens” and the only tune we’ve heard from these guys where everyone else in the band isn’t trying to sound like multi-instrumental alter-ego’s of jack white. perhaps a direction for the next album? and without a doubt have to agree on the media shit.
so the story goes… iceland’s Toggi bought his first guitar when he was 17. he had always dreamed of making music, and one day he decided it was time to make things happen. his natural songwriting talent shines on “i built this house” which will be released on his new record due early 2010. don’t you love happy endings?
frontperson for the world’s biggest band takes on miracle legion’s “all for the best” off the “ciao my shining star: the songs of mark mulcahy” compilation. we love it! “thom yorke told us we could smoke weed!”
Citizen Cope is the pseudonym of Clarence Greenwood. off his self-titled debut LP in 2002, “Let the Drummer Kick” is a good example of how solid music will remain relevant. synched on So You Think You Can Dance, an Acura commercial and many others 6+ years after it was released, Greenwood is clearly an early proponent of the licensing that so many today seek. is that a bad thing? as Iggy Pop puts it, “If people want to use my songs to sell sausages, that’s fine because they weren’t made for sausages.” will this song be used for sausages? only time will tell.. but the good news is “you don’t even have to wait”
a few weeks back we incorrectly assumed uk artist florence and the machine was a side project of the incomparable kate bush. we’ve since learned that assumption was a mistake. our regards to ms. bush and to ms. machine.