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Indie Music Blogroll – Friday, May 29th
Friday May 29th 2009, 4:01 pm
Filed under: Best of Indie Music Blogroll

indie music blogroll

- Sound on the Sound has a review of (ZOMG GUYZ) Animal Collective‘s set at the Sasquatch! Music Festival.

- Gorilla vs. Bear posts a new song from Tiny Vipers, surely to be on your Bummer Mixtapes this summer.

- The Decibel Tolls has a brief-but-informative review of Ducktails‘ self-titled record.

- Covert Curiosity reminds ACL-goers to catch Here We Go Magic at this year’s festival.

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Tiny Vipers – Dreamer
Here We Go Magic – Collector



Faster Than the Speed of Light! The Musical
Thursday May 28th 2009, 8:56 pm
Filed under: Austin Music Events

Faster Than the Speed of Light! The Musical Website

faster than the speed of light musical poster

Faster than the Speed of Light! is an original Sci-Bi-Fi musical written and produced by Stanley Roy (Little Stolen Moments) and Jeremy Roye (Fiction, Archibald Adams); directed by Kelli Bland (A Thought in Three Parts, The Bird and the Bee) and performed by local musicians and actors. FTSL! is Salvage Vanguard Theater’s first co-production as a part of a new movement to hone in on the talents of local and independent Austin theater.

Showtimes:
May 28th-30th : 8:00pm
June 4th-7th : 8:00pm
June 11th-13th : 8:00pm

@ The Salvage Vanguard for $12 dollars (Pay-what-you-can-Thursdays!)

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Faster Than The Speed Of Light! – Space and Time



Word on the Tweets
Wednesday May 27th 2009, 11:02 am
Filed under: Word on the Tweets

word on the tweets

Record reviews in tweet-sized chunks by Douglas Martin from Fresh Cherries from Yakima.

Grizzly Bear- Veckatimest:
Layers upon layers of incredibly detailed musical craftsmanship. Instant Album of the Year contender.
City Center- Self-Titled:
Dude from Saturday Looks Good to Me tries his hand at avant-pop, with spectacular results.
Black Moth Super Rainbow- Eating Us:
Not saying that taking drugs is required for listening to this album, but they help.
John Vanderslice- Romanian Names:
It’s all about consistency, folks. Vanderslice is king at this.
Bloc Party- Intimacy: Remixed:
Wait, so Intimacy wasn’t a Bloc Party remix album?

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Grizzly Bear – Two Weeks
Black Moth Super Rainbow – Born on a Day the Sun Didn’t Rise



Giant Drag- Wicked Game (Chris Issak Cover)
Tuesday May 26th 2009, 11:13 am
Filed under: Indie Music 2009

Giant Drag Website
Giant Drag MySpace

giant drag wicked game cover

Recycled Love Song of the Week: Giant Drag covers Chris Isaak’s “Wicked Game“.

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Giant Drag – Wicked Game

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The world was on fire,
no one could save me but you.
Strange what desire will make foolish people do.
I never dreamed that I’d meet somebody like you.
And I never dreamed that I’d lose somebody like you.

No, I don’t want to fall in love.
This love is only gonna break your heart…
(more…)



Austin Concerts This Week
Monday May 25th 2009, 10:45 pm
Filed under: Concerts This Week

austin concerts

This week, Austin, Texas sounds like…

  • Thursday, May 28th

@ EMO’S: Von Iva w/The Boxing Lesson
Von Iva MySpace
The Boxing Lesson MySpace

@ ANTONE’S: Cowboy Mouth w/The Orbans
Cowboy Mouth MySpace
Buy Tix

  • Friday, May 29th

@ MOHAWK: The Juan Maclean / The Field (DFA + Kompakt Tour)
The Juan Maclean MySpace
The Field MySpace
Buy Tix

  • Saturday, May 30th

@ CACTUS CAFE: Brandi Carlile (*SOLD OUT)
Brandi Carlile MySpace

@ EMO’S: Freakshow-A-Go-Go: Austin (Presented by the Austin Drag Collective)
Freakshow-A-Go-Go Website

@ MOHAWK: This Will Destroy You w/Survive, Silver Pines
This Will Destroy You MySpace
Buy Tix

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Sweet Ballad by Munchausen by Proxy (featuring Zooey Deschanel w/Von Iva)
(Yeah, it’s just a brief glimpse of Von Iva…but zooey, by proxy, i can’t resist.)

*To learn more about the show locations, visit Austin Indie Concert Venues.



Word on the Tweets
Wednesday May 20th 2009, 1:39 pm
Filed under: Word on the Tweets

word on the tweets

Record reviews in tweet-sized chunks by Douglas Martin from Fresh Cherries from Yakima.

Wooden Shjips- Dos:
Recipe: Find a groove, lock in. Repeat, repeat, repeat, repeat. Trance music played with traditional rock instruments.
An Horse- Rearrange Beds:
Living proof that boyfriend issues are best solved through a girl belting pop melodies over loud guitars.
The Vaselines- Enter the Vaselines:
If you already own Way of the Vaselines, you still have the definitive collection of tunes by this legendary band.
Iron & Wine- Around the Well:
A thorough collection of rarities and b-sides from everyone’s favorite troubadour. “Swans and the Swimming” alone is worth the price of admission.
White Rabbits- It’s Frightening:
The best Spoon album of the year, unless Spoon actually releases an album this year.
Blank Dogs- Under and Under:
Still sounding like a “blown out Factory Records demo” (artist’s own words, not ours), but in the best possible way.
Crocodiles- Summer of Hate:
RIYL: Jesus and Mary Chain and… uh, Jesus and Mary Chain. And who doesn’t?
Crystal Antlers- Tentacles:
The most songs in 6/8 time ever heard on a punk record. More punks should write songs in this time signature.
Jason Lytle- Yours Truly, The Commuter:
Not quite on the level of Granddaddy’s best work, but close.
Metric- Fantasies:
Aside from “Help, I’m Alive,” which is legitimately great, if you’ve heard one Metric album, you’ve sadly heard them all.

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Metric – Help I’m Alive (acoustic)



Recycled Love Song of the Week
Tuesday May 19th 2009, 12:31 pm
Filed under: Indie Music 2009

doug mart

Good day, folks! My name is Douglas Martin, and today I’ve decided to introduce a song to Recycled Love Songs= my own cover of Daniel Johnston’s “True Love Will Find You in the End,” which should serve as a pep talk for any of you that need a pick-me-up as far as matters of the heart go. Don’t worry, little one, your time will come soon.

Pleased to meet you all. Peas out.

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Fresh Cherries from Yakima- True Love Will Find You in the End (Daniel Johnston cover)



Austin Concerts This Week
Monday May 18th 2009, 11:10 am
Filed under: Concerts This Week

austin concerts

This week, Austin, Texas sounds like…

  • Monday, May 18th

@ THE PARISH: The Dears w/Great Northern, Eulogies
The Dears MySpace
Great Northern MySpace
Buy Tix

  • Tuesday, May 19th

@ LA ZONA ROSA: The Crystal Method w/LA Riots
The Crystal Method MySpace
LA Riots MySpace
Buy Tix

  • Wednesday, May 20th

@ MOHAWK: Young Love w/Paper Route, The Always Already, Visitors
Young Love MySpace
Buy Tix

  • Thursday, May 21st
  • @ MOHAWK: Chaos In Tejas Presents= Propagandhi w/Trash Talk, Canadian Rifle
    Propagandhi MySpace
    Trash Talk MySpace
    Canadian Rifle MySpace
    Buy Tix

    @ STUBB’S: The Indigo Girls w/Terri Hendrix
    The Indigo Girls MySpace
    Buy Tix

    • Friday, May 22nd

    @ THE PARISH: Letters to Cleo w/Cruiserweight
    Letters to Cleo MySpace
    Cruiserweight MySpace
    Buy Tix

    @MOHAWK: Chaos In Tejas Presents= The Thermals w/The Shaky Hands, Til’ We’re Blue or Destroy
    The Thermals MySpace
    The Shaky Hands MySpace
    Til’ We’re Blue or Destroy MySpace
    Buy Tix

    • Saturday, May 23rd

    @MOHAWK: Margot and the Nuclear So and So’s W/Telekinesis, Everything Now
    Margot and the Nuclear So and So’s MySpace
    Telekinesis MySpace
    Buy Tix

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    The Dears – You And I Are A Gang Of Losers
    The Thermals – Let It Go
    Margot and the Nuclear So & So’s – A Children’s Crusade On Acid

    *To learn more about the show locations, visit Austin Indie Concert Venues.



    Rap Chop – DJ Steve Porter Slap Chop Remix
    Thursday May 07th 2009, 1:12 pm
    Filed under: Indie Music 2009

    DJ Steve Porter Website
    DJ Steve Porter MySpace

    Stop having a boring life. It’s easy, you just get…one hand and…CHOP! CHOP! CHOP! CHOP! CHOP! CHOP!