Monday, October 03, 2005
The Helper T-Cells "Grilled Cheese" Songs For People Who Like BUGS
The Essex Green "The Playground" Everything Is Green
Trachtenburg Family Slideshow Players "Look at Me" Look at Me b/w Don't You Know What I Mean
Kiddo "Through Being Cool" Boyarm Does Devo
Mirah/Ginger Brooks Takahashi "Pure" Songs From the Black Mountain Music Project
Shonen Knife "Seuichi" Candy Rock
Shonen Knife "Computer Language" Heavy Songs
Sonic Youth "Lee #2" Goo (reissue)
Sloan "Left of Centre" Smeared
The Smittens "Party Time" A Little Revolution
The Gossip "Standing In the Way of Control" Standing In the Way of Control 12"
The Casual Dots "Evil Operations Classified" The Casual Dots
Saturday Looks Good to Me "I Don't Want to Go" I Don't Want to Go 7"
The Snow Fairies "The Stone Pony" get married
Kiddo "New Year's Resolution Haircut" Kiddo
Kiddo "The Makeout Song" Kiddo
Orenda Fink "Invisible Ones Guard the Gate" Invisible Ones
Calvin Johnson "Rabbit Blood" Before the Dream Faded
The Helper T-Cells "The Complete Beginners Guide to Liking Bugs (and Loving It!)" Songs For People Who Like BUGS
The Abductees "My Hamster Fell Off the Merry-Go-Round and Died" Animal Songliture For Listening Ears
Ladytron "High Rise" Witching Hour
The Gossip "Standing In the Way of Control (Le Tigre Remix)" Standing In the Way of Control 12"
Boyskout "Secrets" School of Etiquette
Dinosaur Jr. "Just Like Heaven" Fossils
For some reason my low audio stream is working today. I can't get a straight answer from our Office of Computing and Communications why I have had major problems in the past, but what else is new.
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(Redirected from Twee pop)
Twee (or Twee pop) is a type of indie rock that is known for simple, sweet melodies and lyrics, often with jangling guitars. The genre began in 1986, when New Musical Express released C86, a compilation of bands including the Pastels and Primal Scream; see 1986 in music.
In the United Kingdom, where twee pop was most popular, Sarah Records was home to most of the bands in the field, including Heavenly and the Orchids. In the United States, the movement was championed by K Records out of Olympia, Washington and was headed by the band Beat Happening.
"Twee", a baby-talk alteration of "sweet", is a British English term for something that is overly sweet or knowingly cute.
The more punk-influenced variants of twee pop are also sometimes referred to as cuddlecore.
All Girl Summer Fun Band
Another Sunny Day
Apples in Stereo
Architecture in Helsinki
Belle & Sebastian
The Boy Least Likely To
The Cat's Miaow
The Darling Buds
Death By Chocolate
The Field Mice
Language of Flowers
Math and Physics Club
The Shop Assistants
The Sugar Gliders
Tilly and the Wall
(You did know that the name was "Sergio Van Lukenstein", right?)