Ears To The Music, VI: The Dead Weather, Nirvana, Hopewell, Langhorne Slim, Bamboo Shoots, Fol Chen & More
Thanks to Subpop Records for sending us a previously unreleased Nirvana cut, titled “Scoff,” from the Bleach double-LP reissue, available now, with a limited pressing on white vinyl (white doesn’t really fit Nirvana, but OK). Yesterday, Teepee Records sent over a new smoking track, “Strangers,” from New York’s praised psychedelic-rock band Hopewell, featuring Jason Russo, who was briefly a member of alternative rock icons Mercury Rev. Also, check out new songs, and MySpace pages, from recent and new releases by Langhorne Slim, David Mead, Bamboo Shoots, Reverie Sound Revue, Saintseneca, Fol Chen, Sun Bears, The Real Ones, and The Bygones.
“Treat Me Like Your Mother” – The Dead Weather from Horehound (2009)
“Scoff” (Live) – Nirvana from Bleach re-issue (2009)
“I Love You But Goodbye” – Langhorne Slim from Be Set Free (2009)
“Hey Girl” – Bamboo Shoots from Armour (2009)
“Rainy Weather Friend” – David Mead from Almost and Always (2009)
“Arrows” – Reverie Sound Revue from s/t debut (2009)
“God Bones” – Saintseneca from Saintseneca EP (2009)
“The Longer U Wait (ft. Simone White)” - Fol Chen from Part I: John Shade, Your Fortune’s Made (2009)
“I’m Alive” – Sun Bears from Dream Happy Dreams (2009)
“Every Dog Has Its Day” – The Real Ones from All For The Neighbourhood (2009)
“Click On That (Smash The Plastic Death)” – The Bygones from By - (2009)
Bonus Material: Download the track “Frost” from the new album by Bell Orchestra, Arcade Fire‘s musical side project. By the way, AF announced last week a new LP is in the works.
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FYI: IRC’s feature published Monday on indie bands that get little-to-no notice was a big hit, as has been the on-going Halloween playlists series (13 volumes in all; 13 tracks each) – our attempt to build the definitive collection of Halloweenish indie rock songs not found anywhere else on the web (and we’ve looked!).
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