Tuesday, December 30, 2008

Swan Lake - Enemy Mine


Thank you to Oceans Never Listen for the heads up!
This is going to be good. "Enemy Mine" is the second album from the supremely talented Swan Lake. For all music lovers it will be released on March 24, 2009 on the Jagjaguwar label. For those not familiar, Swan Lake are the insanely talented Spencer Krug, Dan Bejar and Carey Mercer. Mercer actually found the album cover art from a painting he purchased for $25 in an antique shop in British Columbia. Go figure.

Enemy Mine Track Listing
1. Spanish Gold, 2044
2. Paper Lace
3. Heartswarm
4. Settle on Your Skin
5. Ballad of a Swan Lake, Or, Daniel's Song
6. Peace
7. Spider
8. A Hand at Dusk
9. Warlock Psychologist

Thursday, December 18, 2008

Calling all NJ music fans...


Thursday, December 11, 2008

Jamie Stewart (Xiu Xiu) Live 12.10.08

broken string

01. In Lust You Can Hear The Axe Fall

02. F.T.W.

03. I V The Valley

04. Master of the Bump

05. Suha

06. The Fox and The Rabbit.mp3

07. Nieces Pieces

08. Fuck Me (Sting Break interlude)

09. New Song


Wednesday, December 03, 2008

Nick Thorburn to release comic book

"Sore-y (Sawry for those Americans listening) about the gaps between posts. I'm not even uploading a comic book with this post, so that's doubly sad. Anyyyyyway, the good news is that I'm going to start charging you to look at these pictures. The doubly good news is that it will come to you in good old fashioney print form sometime later this year, and it will be called This is Howie Doo and it will contain thousands upon thousands of drawings you've never seen before ever. That's all I'm legally required to tell you at this point. Anything else is heresay and filthy rumour. Below is proof that it's really me who does the drawing. If you squint your eyes and turn your monitor upside down, you can perchance catch a glimpse of scenes from one of the stronger serials." Nick Thorburn


From This is Howie Doo

Tuesday, December 02, 2008

Magic Weapon - Charles (The Red One)

Magic Weapon - Charles (The Red One)

Directed by Erik Osberg and Jordan Robson Cramer
From the Residue Hymns EP