Jan 5, 2010

Chamber Music

Sometimes words aren't enough. WU TANG....

Sound The Horns (Featuring Inspectah Deck Sadat X & U-God - Wu Tang
NYC Crack (Featuring RZA) - Wu Tang

Jan 4, 2010

Where's my damn Jetpack!?

Scottish accents are fucking cool. You'll get your ear full with We Were Promised Jetpacks, the indie band from Glaslow, Scotland. Their resonance is comparable to some main stream bands like, Kings of Leon or The Fray (The Fray? haha I'm kidding). I listened to their single, It's Thunder and It's Lightning, and I was blown away. They have a strategic use of scaling guitar and drums; they add an adhering intensity to the lead singer, Adam Thompson's vocals. The rest of the band is comprised of, Michael Palmer (Guitar), Sean Smith (Bass) and Darren Lackie (Drums) and they released their debut album, These Four Walls, on June 15, 2009. I haven't Listened to the rest of the album as of yet, but by the sound of this single, they're a band to pay regard. But that's just me. Let me know what you think.

It's Thunder and It's Lightning - We Were Promised Jetpacks

Jan 3, 2010

Harry Potter and an order of Phoenix

Yeah they aren't the greatest band to jump around and bash your head into something at parties, but they are still a fun band to listen to. But these Frenchmen are really good. They have that Rock n roll/pop sound I love where they mix strings and percussion along with a drum machine and a synthesizer what better combination of sounds then that?

They played there single 1901 on David Letterman.
And I found some pretty cool remixes also, even though their music doesn't need a remix to be good The some originals are better.

They where here, somewhere, in the city last month and I am pretty disappointed that I missed them

Phoenix Vs. The Cure Mashup
Phoenix Gets Cured
Countdown (Sick for The Big Sun) - Phoenix
Lisztomania (Star Guitar Remix) - Phoenix
My Favorite
Girlfriend - Phoenix
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