Tuesday, March 20, 2007
The Smittens "Stop the Bombs" A Little Revolution
Trachtenburg Family Slideshow Players "Military Open Mic Night" Adventures In Middle America, Vol. 2
Ideal Free Distribution "The American Myth" Ideal Free Distribution
Sleater-Kinney "Start Together" The Hot Rock
Sleater-Kinney "All Hands on the Bad One" All Hands on the Bad One
Racetrack "The War at Home" Go Ahead and Say It
Boyracer "Wingtips" Flickering B+W
The Gossip "Are U That Somebody" Listen Up!
Ivy League "Crown of Love" London Bridges
Suburban Kids With Biblical Names "Marry Me" #3
The Icicles "Seven Day Wonder" Patty Duke Fanzine #6: Love to Patty
The Afternoon Naps "Bun-Bun" LIVE ON BOOGIEPOP! YAY! (3/13/07)
Awesome Animal Ambulance "My Best Friend" Camping in the Clouds
Awesome Animal Ambulance "Operation Kitty" "This Is Sour"-Lemon Peel
Neutral Milk Hotel "Tuesday Moon" Everything Is
Of Montreal "Psychotic Feeling" What to Do With Everything
Rocket Punch "Better Lives" Blood on the Ukelele
The Fantasy Four "Love Me Till the Sun Shines" Wig Wam Bam/Love Me Till the Sun Shines
Dean & Britta "You Turned My Head Around" Back Numbers
The Shermans "Sweet as Honey" Let It Bee!
The Smittens "C'mon (Where the Grass Grows Tall and Green)" Let It Bee!
The Darkness "I Believe In a Thing Called Love" Permission to Land
The Afternoon Naps "I Beileve In a Thing Called Love" LIVE ON BOOGIEPOP! YAY! (3/13/07)
Maria Taylor "Smile and Wave" Lynn Teeter Flower
Lou Barlow "Faith Defies the Night" Mirror the Eye
The Folk Implosion "Insinuation" Dare to Be Surprised
Le Tigre "New Kicks" This Island
Phil Ochs "I Ain't Marching Anymore" I Ain't Marching Anymore
1. are either of them being played on any of the major radio stations round here? if not, you still are offering an "alternative" outlet.
2. the proliferation of the internet as a venue for finding new music may debunk the above point.
3. above all you should stick to just playing what you like. its the least compromising way to do it.
Sorry, had to get that jab in...
I was just giving you a hard time. I feel your indie-pop pain!