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Thursday, April 2, 2009

Eulogies perform "Bad Connection" Live at WTMD

The Los Angeles-based indie band, Eulogies (http://www.myspace.com/eulogiesmusic), stops by WTMD (http://www.wtmd.org) to perform tracks from their album, Here Anonymous.

Eulogies perform "Fight I Have Come to Like" Live at WTMD

The Los Angeles-based indie band, Eulogies (http://www.myspace.com/eulogiesmusic), stops by WTMD (http://www.wtmd.org) to perform tracks from their album, Here Anonymous.

The Bird and the Bee Teach Dance

Greg Kurstin's cocktail-electronica footprints are all over Lily Allen's witty tour-de-force It's Not Me, It's You. But, equally good is The Bird and the Bee- his kinetic, bossa nova, toy-tronica duo with fashion-forward singer Inara George (the late Lowell's daughter).

I keep coming back to Ray Guns are Not Just the Future, maybe because it motivates me to get out of my chair and shake it! OK, maybe it's more like chair dancing and tapping my feet, but you get the picture.

The dance hooks on this one, though, are pretty irresistible.

Just asked the buttoned-up guy doing Dance Dance Revolution in this video.

Mix Tape Thursday, 4/2/09

WTMD listeners take over the airwaves with three-to-five song sets on Thursday.

Submit your own mixtape and enter a drawing to win a pair of VIP tickets to the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival in Manchester, TN!

6 a.m. Gavin St. Ours

This is my mix tape to help from cold to warmer weather. and "Winter '05" . The warm keyboard in "We Gathered in Spring" and "March (A Prelude to Spring)"

  • "White Winter Hymnal," by Fleet Foxes is a beautiful, curl-up-by-the-fire song.
  • "Winter '05," by Ra Ra Riot, longs for spring.
  • "We Gathered in Spring," by Midlake, could melt snow by itself.
  • "March (A Prelude to Spring," by Jon Foreman, brings enough sunlight to make things grow.

8 a.m. Laura Abel

A brief tribute to the fellas.
  • "Mr. Oysterhead," by Oysterhead
  • "Mr. Ambulance Driver," by The Flaming Lips
  • "Mr. Blue Sky," by Electric Light Orchestra
  • "Mr. Maker," by The Kooks
  • "Dear Mr. Supercomputer," by Sufjan Stevens

10 a.m. Brett Haley

Songs best listened to really, really loud.
  • "Idioteque," by Radiohead
  • "Ecstasy," by Rusted Root
  • "Touch Me," by The Doors
  • "Electric Feel," by MGMT

12 p.m. Maxi Adelstein

All of these artists will be appearing at this year's Bonnaroo, and these are the songs I am most looking forward to seeing and hearing live!
  • "Soft Shock," by Yeah, Yeah, Yeahs
  • "Skinny Love," by Bon Iver
  • "The Engine Driver," by The Decemberists
  • "The Youth," by MGMT
  • "Id Engager," by Of Montreal

4 p.m. Natalie Neill

These are all artists that I was really hoping would make it on this year's Bonnaroo lineup that didn't. So If I could make five additions, these would be it!
  • "Speak Slow," by Tegan and Sara
  • "Ways to Make It Through the Wall," by Los Campesinos!
  • "Too Too Fast," by Ra Ra Riot
  • "The Fear," by Lily Allen
  • "Rich Girls," by The Virgins

6 p.m. Pat Corrigan

Great music with a catch alt rock rhythm. These songs would make my commute outstanding. A little partiality to David Byrne, I know, but great music all the same.
  • "Sweet About Me," by Gabriella Cilmi
  • "Toe Jam," by The BPA
  • "Psycho Killer," by Talking Heads
  • "Not Fair," by Lily Allen
  • "Young Folks," by Peter, Bjorn & John

Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Led Zeppelin Hires New Lead Singer

After an exhaustive search, Jimmy Paige and John Paul Jones have found their new lead singer to take Robert Plant's place for their summer tour.

Click on this link to find out who!