First off – we have a treat! How about the brand new video of a song we presented a week or so ago. Our friends Those Mockingbirds released the song “How to Rob a Bank” back on the 22nd of October. Now they have an instructional video. An Official Video anyway… Here it is!
I never quite have it together enough for a holiday-themed shuffle… but today, the Randomizer came up with alien arachnids, electrical discharges, monks, extinct birds, and puppets. Which can create some pretty frightening images if you use your imagination.
Jump to see what I am rattling on about… if you dare… bwahahahahaha!
“Ziggy Stardust” (Original – Bonus track on the 1990 CD Release) by David Bowie ( from The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars – stripped down and just plain awesome… with God-given ass…)
“Make it Together” by Beachwood Sparks (from Paste Fall Pre(View) 2013 (from Desert Skies. This song was the b-side of the L.A. Americana bands’ first single from 1998 – Desert Skies. The long shelved debut album – also called Desert Skies is going to be released later in the forthcoming month. We have a link in our web-store if you are interest. I really dig Beachwood Sparks even if I am late to their parade.)
“Afraid to Die” by Monks of Mellonwah (from Afraid to Die. The band is releasing their new album in three parts. We featured the first part – Ghost Stories over the summer, and Afraid to Die- the second part was released at the beginning of this month. This is the title track. Really like the Monks of Mellonwah)
“Confidence” by The Dodos (from Carrier. A San Francisco indie band. The album Carrier was released back in August.)
“The Greatest Lie Ever Told” by Puppet Rebellion (from Chemical Friends EP. Puppet Rebellion are a band. They are from Manchester. England – not the Tennessee town where Bonaroo is held. They formed in 2013 – which is this year. Chemical Friends is their first release – a three song EP. “The Greatest Lie Ever Told” is one of those three songs. It fairly awesomely rocks. I came to their music via a Twitter Follow – near as I remember. Check them out.)