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Thank you sir. +1 for you since I have plenty of those left.
I've never heard them on the radio.
Saw them play in Brooklyn, they sucked live. Tame was a propper word to describe their set.
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I love 2:54. I found out about them last spring. I'm impressed that somebody mentioned them here. Hearing "You're Early" and seeing the video hooked me.
The official video for 2:54 -- You're Early
Directed by Jeppe Kolstrup
2:54' the album is out now
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You're Early - single track download available from iTunes
Sandra Liaklev Andersen
Marco Herløv Høst
Sebastian Kahr Rasmussen
I wish they would record again and play more shows than twice every 5 years or something. I went to a reunion show a few NYE ago in Chicago and they were phenomenal
I would listen to Anneke sing the phone book or the tax code. Very pumped she's playing in Chicago in late March
Cage the Elephant is not an obscure band. C'mon Wolvie
What is that, a Titleist? A hole in one...
Jeez, okay.. Sorry. Like I mentioned earlier though, I've never heard them on the radio before.
Holy shit this video rules. I was legitimately touched by the story
so by the transitive property i probably know your cousin
ouch, Im not liking this since I am going to see them in the D in March.
Brooklyn hipsters are the be all, end all of hipster music, didn't you know?
If you are into that - buy this album. Pat Metheny and Charlie Haden. Absolutely beautiful music.
The Hills one in 05 one in like 07 or something like that
My current jam on repeat.
"On "Young Boys," experimental folk-pop artist Sindri Már Sigfússon, aka Sin Fang, seems to emerge from a blustery snowstorm with a ghostly choir in tow. But the sing's dreamlike ambiance should come as no surprise, considering the Icelandic musician (who also happens to be the mastermind behind Seabear) had the help of Sigur Rós and Jónsi producer Alex Somers. From its driving chants of "We were young boys / Smoking in the woods / I showed you how" to the quirky assortment of bleeps and jangling, the track, which is off Sin Fang's third solo album Flowers, is a tender, yet lush and compelling proclamation."
Consequence of Sound
Taken from forthcoming Album "Flowers"
Worldwide: Feb 01, 2013
US: Feb 19, 2013
A man's gotta eat!
Two great Australian rock and roll bands. Some Aussies who are currently putting out great stuff:
Eddy Current Suppression Ring
I'll add my favorite from down under, Twelve Foot Ninja. Debut album came out last November and it's fantastic. Metal roots with a heavy Mike Patton influence so you get to find out for example how a reggae riff goes along with a djent chorus sounds out.
2nd single from Twelve Foot Ninja's debut album SILENT MACHINE (released Nov 2, 2012).
Order the album now from http://www.twelvefootninja.com
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Producer - Steve Mackay
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This is really a great thread. People I have never met posting the names of bands I havent heard of.
Fang Island "Sisterly"
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