Wednesday, December 31, 2008
Tuesday, December 30, 2008
Join YACHT For New Year's Eve from Jona Bechtolt on Vimeo.
This is a really neat idea that YACHT has come up to be able to spend NYE all across the globe. YACHT themselves are in France so spend some time and make a video for them if you've got the time and ability.
YACHT-I Saw Gold (from the Worried Noodles compilation)
Monday, December 29, 2008
Lykke Li - Little Bit (Aether Remix ft. Drake)(Copfy edit)
Well a post similar to this was taken down earlier so I wonder if it happens again.
Thursday, December 25, 2008
Friday, December 19, 2008
Hot Chip has made a new EP available online. It's a collaboration with Robert Wyatt and Geese. The songs are reinterpretations off Made in the Dark. Nothing drastically different really, but nice for the Hot Chip completist.
You can sign up here and get the first free mp3 "Made in the Dark" then they send you a link to download the other, "We're Looking for a Lot of Love" via your own e-mail. Cool!!
Blogger has taken down two of my last posts. It's really frustrating because there's a lot of good stuff I wanna share but they take it down. Does anyone have any ideas what I can do? I don't know what to do about it and it's kinda depressing.
Thursday, December 18, 2008
It just wouldn't be Christmas without a good ol' Christmas tune by Sufjan.
Sufjan Stevens-Christmas in the Room
from his new Christmas ep Sufjan Stevens: Songs for Christmas Volume 8: Astral Inter Planet Space Captain Christmas Infinity Voyage
For more Sufjan Christmas fun, check out his site at Asthmatic Kitty.
'Round here we really love the Rakes. And we are overjoyed that they have announced a new album titled KLANG on March 23rd in the UK (probably in the US the 24th, the same day as the Decemberists' Hazards of Love!! Too much excitement for one day!). The album will be preceded by the first single "1989," which you can get a sneak peek at above in the unofficial video filmed during the recording of the album. And here's the tracklist:
You're In It
That's the Reason
The Loneliness of the Outdoor Smoker
Bitchin' in the Kitchen
The Woes of the Working Woman
The Light From Your Mac
The Final Hill
Never Get Married
The Rakes-The World Was a Mess But His Hair Was Perfect
(From their previous album Ten New Messages)
Wednesday, December 17, 2008
Parenthetical Girls always kind of gave me the creeps. Thank you video for continuing the creep.
Parenthetical Girls - "A Song For Ellie Greenwich" from judesays on Vimeo.
Parenthetical Girls-A Song for Ellie Greenwich (mp3)
Their new-ish album Entaglement is available via Slender Means Society
Monday, December 15, 2008
Whereas The Stage Names kind've dragged on towards the end, I feel The Stand Ins gets even stronger towards the end. The last three full songs "On Tour with Zykos," "Calling and Not Calling My Ex" and "Bruce Wayne Campbell Interviewed On The Roof Of The Chelsea Hotel, 1979" are some of my all-time favorites by Okkervil. They mature more and more each album, it's so incredible. So that's why The Stand Ins is my album of the year for 2008!
Sunday, December 14, 2008
Saturday, December 13, 2008
"Unless you happen to belong to one of those rare, perfect, Norman Rockwell families, spending the holidays with your loved ones can have its ups and downs, its highs and lows - this Christmas album which benefits Amnesty International serves as a soundtrack to such an experience, documenting and representing the entire spectrum of emotions and feelings you might face during the most wonderful time of the year."
Christmas is nothing like a little Thomas Kinkade painting, but the stress and often unhappiness of the season is very wrapped up in sparkly paper and bright tinsel of the awful Christmas songs heard almost any store you visit, be it the Central Market, the mall, that favorite indie record store, or your own FM radio station.
There's a CD that was released at the beginning of the month called I'll Stay Til After Christmas that does an excellent job capturing the up's and down's of the season. It features old well-known songs and some new ones too. With artists like My Brightest Diamond, Au Revoir Simone, Blitzen Trapper, Parenthetical Girls, Bosque Brown and Sally Shapiro, it's enough to make anyone's stocking burst. There are some people I've never heard of that make some great tunes (The Papercuts, Au, to name a couple). And to wrap it all up with a huge Good-Will-To-Man bow, it's all put on by Amnesty International. Let it be the soundtrack of your Christmas time breakdown, or the best day of sledding ever.
The fact that Made in the Dark has floor-fillers like "Ready for the Floor" and "One Pure Thought" and "Hold On," and then throw in slow james like "We're Looking for a Lot of Love" and "Made in the Dark," along with the quirky nerd jams like "Wrestlers" and "Don't Dance." The album spawned handfuls of remixes too. I just love their shape-shifting abilities and am always eager to hear something new from these guys.
Friday, December 12, 2008
Hercules & Love Affair became an overnight success. Releasing their self-titled debut on DFA would help, but also that the record was just so likable didn't hurt either. The music is an infusion of disco, jazz, pop, and well, Antony. I'd always loved Antony Hegarty's voice, and hearing it to danceable music wowed me. But over all, H&LA makes me even more excited to see what they have in store for their sophomore record. In the mean time I'll keep groovin' to this one.
Thursday, December 11, 2008
Wednesday, December 10, 2008
(23.8 MB, 19:51 Min)
Man Man-El Azteca
Beck-Que Onda Guero (The Mae Shi Latino 96.3 Remix)
The Blow-Hock It (We Two Remix)
Hot Chip-Shake a Fist (Diplo Remix)
Bobby Birdman-Victory At Sea (E*Rock Remix)
Tracy + the Plastics-What You Still Want
Enjoy this little mix I made! It's got some really great stuff on there. Turn up the bass! (And no, I don't have to start every mix with an Islands song but they are great starter songs)
Part of the Weekend Never Dies does a really good job of what (I think) it meant to-showing the real pains of being on tour all the time. Take for example the brothers who are part of the band Soulwax, and the DJ's known as 2 Many DJ's. They usually play as a band, and then later as DJ's. In one point they mention being in sound check at 6 PM and not finishing until 4 AM for several months on end.
The documentary is a star-studded affair, including interviews with some of dance music's biggest stars like James Murphy, Erol Alkan, Justice, Tiga, Nancy Wang, Peaches, Klaxons, Kitsune, etc. The disc includes another live film of Soulwax's Nite Versions, which is full of audience antics and crazy awesome music. The film awed me to be truthful. And my respects to Soulwax for all their work as one of music's hardest working groups.
Part of the Weekend Never Dies was directed by Saam Farahmand. Watch a trailer here. Here's my favorite Soulwax remix:
Tuesday, December 09, 2008
Monday, December 08, 2008
Ya got it? Ok. Their album is an almost flawless breezy pop monster. That sounds as if a Stroke and some dude who plays sometimes in Devendra's band got together and made music. Oh...wait...
Saturday, December 06, 2008
The LP plays out like a night out on the town filled with the upbeat moments and depressing bits. The singer said it was sort of an ode to those nights out that just left a little to be desired. Everyone knows the feeling, and hearing it as a soundtrack to your own disappointing night out on the town is hauntingly dead on. Some moments of Nights Out really have me feeling sort of frenetic, and other moments of pure dancefloor hits. There's a little bit of something for every type of mood.
Friday, December 05, 2008
Here I've got the song "Beach Baby," which could almost be a "Re: Stacks Part 2" It's really a beautiful track. Also look for the haunting auto-tuned(!!) "Woods" on a blog near you...
Bon Iver-Beach Baby
Pre-order your CD or 12" from Jagjaguwar now!
2. Hazards of Love 1 (The Prettiest Whistles Won’t Wrestle the Thistles Undone)
3. A Bower Scene
4. Won’t Want for Love (Margaret in the Taiga)
5. Hazards of Love 2 (Wager All)
6. The Queen’s Approach
7. Isn’t it a Lovely Night?
8. The Wanting Comes in Waves / Repaid
9. An Interlude
10. The Rake’s Song
11. The Abduction of Margaret
12. The Queen’s Rebuke / The Crossing
13. Annan Water
14. Margaret in Captivity
15. Hazards of Love 3 (Revenge!)
16. The Wanting Comes in Waves (Reprise)
17. Hazards of Love 4 (The Drowned)
Looks like a real epic tracklist if you ask me!
The Decemberists-Culling of the Fold (Demo)
Colin Meloy-The Rake's Song (Live)
Previously on Dreams of Horses: Hazards of Love
Buy it on Insound.
Thursday, December 04, 2008
Check out this rad playlist that Kim of Matt & Kim fame made for RCRDLBL. It has some great songs by M&K ex-tourmates Best Fwends, the firecracker Kid Sister, mad DJ A-Trak, and of course, Matt & Kim. While you're enjoying the jams, look up Matt & Kim's Flickr. Then just try and sit still till Matt & Kim's new record Grand is in your hands next year. Check out potential tour dates where you live supporting Cut Copy(!!) next March on their MySpace.
Just found this diddy on my iTunes and love it. It's a New Buffalo track that was originally featured on her album The Last Beautiful Day. This version however was featured on a self-titled EP with guest appearance by DOH fav Jens Lekman. Yay! He is currently on tour in Asia (if you're from there, great) with Viktor Sjöberg.Tour Dates follow the mp3.
Dec 4 - Shanghai, China - JZ
Dec 6 - Bandung, Indonesia - Dirgantara I IPTN
Dec ? - Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia - TBA
So this news about a possibly-bionic hand bringing back the Long Blondes is the best news of the week. Maybe I will be able to see them after all! For those of you who don't know, the band broke up because their guitarist injured his hand. Lame. And for those of you who don't know who I'm talking about, shame on you.
"The food was so good in the airport that I never left the airport." Sometimes I feel like them when I'm going through new CDs I get in the mail. But definitely not that bad.
Wednesday, December 03, 2008
(32.93 MB, 28:44 Min)
Envelopes-Party (Sportsday Megaphone Remix)
Flying Lotus-Parisian Goldfish
Lucky Dragons-Ivy Girls
Panther-Puerto Rican Jukebox (Lips and Ribs Remix)
Best Fwends-Get Away From Me
Stereolab-Self-Portrait With Electric Brain (YACHT Remix)
Copy-A Slight But Delicious Warble
Wednesday, November 26, 2008
Metronomy has been one of my favorite new artists this year. Their album Nights Out is a slow-grower. The first couple tracks, instrumentals, wear you out a bit when you reach "Radio Ladio" it's love.
But my favorite track has been "Heartbreaker," which has been remixed dozens and dozens of times. On the original, I love the squealchy, creaky keyboards and percussion. The sounds on it are just great. I really am enjoying this remix of the song also, because it preserves much of what I love of the original but upgrading it.
Saturday, November 22, 2008
Good Shoes-Small Town Girl
Vampire Weekend-Cape Cod Kwassa Kwassa (Very Best Remix)
Peter Bjorn & John-Let's Call it Off (Girl Talk Remix)
YACHT-It's Coming To Get You
Late of the Pier-The Bears are Coming
Wednesday, November 19, 2008
If you didn't read the news on Pitchfork today, go and check out because oh my word, their new album Hazards of Love sounds like it's going to be epic. Talking to Rolling Stone,
It’s a twisty, fantastical story about a woman named Margaret who is ravaged by a shape-shifting animal; her lover, William, who is desperate for the two of them to be reunited; a forest queen; and a villainous rake. “There’s a story there, but it’s really painted with broad strokes,” says Meloy.Look for Hazards of Love around the end of March 2009!
AND the Decemberists just played a show in Michigan last week and you can go get a recording of the show in FLAC lossless format here. Thanks very much to the recorder! It's great quality and the closer is a new chapter to "Hazards of Love" that is just beautiful! (If you don't know anything about FLAC I'd recommend you look here about converting FLAC files to MP3s for your own use, not to be redistributed).
Tuesday, November 18, 2008
Monday, November 17, 2008
I don't know how many of you may have already heard Portland's The Shaky Hands' new CD Lunglight but it s spectacular. I just recently got it and ran through the whole thing about twice. The melodies instantly get lodged in your head and their feel-good vibes are infectious. I really don't know a whole lot about them but darnit if Portland didn't do it again in churning out the awesome acts.
Thursday, November 13, 2008
And last week the group popped in on Late Night with Conan O'Brien and played "Days of Elaine." Here's the video.
Wednesday, November 12, 2008
Ohio's own awesome blues rockers The Black Keys made their last album, Attack & Release with DangerMouse and was a pretty stellar disc. They are also quite awesome to see live. We saw them open for Arcade Fire awhile back in Austin and it was one of the sweatiest, heaviest shows I've been too.
If you've never seen them live, don't worry. They're set to release a new live DVD called The Black Keys Live at the Crystal Ballroom (which is where we saw Sleater-Kinney take their final bow and is a very cool venue too) on November 18th. Produced and directed by Lance Bangs (husband of Corin Tucker of Sleater-Kinney, Jackass film guy, and also director of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs' live DVD Tell Me What Rockers to Swallow, Belle & Sebastian's Fans Only, Sonic Youth's Corporate Ghost etc.) Here's a video and MP3 from the DVD, of the song "I Got Mine"
Tuesday, November 11, 2008
So, Matt & Kim, meet the readers of Dreams of Horses. Readers, meet Matt & Kim. This adorable video just made me love this song. It's an incredibly catchy tune and I can't get enough of Kim's huge grin through the whole thing. Kind've reminds me of Karen O's face while playing live.
Friday, November 07, 2008
And she happens to have a new CD called Shark Remixes Vol 1 because, like she did with Workhorse she let people have a crack at remixing her already great songs (the results of the first remix album was Tear it Down). But this time she's letting four people remix several songs and they're releasing each one as an EP. This first one was remixed by Alfred Brown. You can buy Shark Remixes Vol 1 on iTunes for $5.99. Here's a peek.
Of Fear and Wonder (I Found a Universe) Courtesty of Pitchfork
Thursday, November 06, 2008
YACHT-"So Post All 'Em"
Here's video CC took when YACHT last came to Rubber Gloves in Denton.
Wednesday, November 05, 2008
The Kills-Getting Down
Fujiya & Miyagi-Uh
Hot Chip-Wrestlers (Sticky Dirty Pop Mix)
Cansei de Ser Sexy-Let's Reggae All Night
Ratatat-Shempi (Zongamin Remix)
Friendly Fires-In the Hospital
Calvin Harris-The Girls
Lo-Fi Fnk-Wake Up
Digitalism-Pogo (Radio Edit)
Cut Copy-Nobody Lost, Nobody Found
This song is completely my favorite off of their latest album, Made in the Dark. I love Hot Chip's ability to make real dancefloor fillers ("Over & Over," "Boy From School," "Ready For the Floor," etc) and slower R&B-like jams (see "Look After Me" from The Warning and most of Coming on Strong). This is an acoustic recording made by frontman Alexis Taylor. It's found on the "One Pure Thought" single. Buy it on iTunes.
Tuesday, November 04, 2008
Hey you all remember how I'm in love with Bobby Birdman? Since I've been gone there's two more reasons!! No he hasn't made a new CD sadly. But he did remix up this old Young MC track.
Young MC-Slowest Rhyme (Bobby Birdman Remix)
You can find it on the Bust a Move Remix 12" also with Diplo and Don Rimini remixes at Delicious Vinyl. Or here on iTunes.
Well that was one thing. The other is that he has a new(?) track on the Hush Records' DECA compilation celebrating Hush's 10 year mark. This song is just SO cool. If you don't like Bobby Birdman, at least download this next track. I really think you'll like it. The drums are sick.
Bobby Birdman-Ridin' for a Fall (Young Dub)
You can download the DECA compilation at Hush. Or if you have a heart you can buy it for however much you want, as that is the new style of CD selling.
Monday, November 03, 2008
Evie Sands - Take Me For A Little While
Well I was looking through some of my CDs and came across own my sister had given me that a guy she worked (his name's Matt, or DJ Boom)with had given her. It's 23 songs of old 60's girl groups, all pretty short, full of heartbreak and pleading. It's a really enjoyable listen so I thought I'd just put up the whole thing. You've probably heard several of them but, still worth hearing. Some of them I don't know the name of the group so if you know you'll have to tell me.
Various Artists-Nothin' But Girls
And for an extra bonus, here's Neko Case covering "Train from Kansas City," which is sung originally by The Shangri-las if I'm not wrong.
Neko Case-Train From Kansas City
Saturday, November 01, 2008
Hey so um, I got back this Monday from Mexico. I've been kinda just soaking in everything. New music, movies, tv, fashion, everything. I am really glad to be back and start takin' care of the blog. My sister Carol did a pretty good job as she could. She's a workaholic so I understand why the posts weren't many but we're gonna start changing that.
I'd really like to change the layout of the site but I don't have any skills. So if you think you can help, it'd be appreciated. If not, I'll try and muck through it all...
Anyway, this is a really awesome mix that Copy made for XLR8R magazine called "'86 'Til Infinity"
It's full of awesome Portland bands (Glass Candy, Atole, YACHT, The Blow, Copy, etc.) and well, just check it out.
Copy-'86 'Til Infinity Mix
Monday, July 28, 2008
You can also download a free copy of the Get Shakes remix of her first single "I Know Ur Girlfriend Hates Me" here and buy all 7 remixes here.
Monday, July 21, 2008
Stream the new album through his myspace, or you can also pay what you want for the new Girl Talk album Feed the Animals, ala Radiohead through this link. If you pay more than $10, you automatically get a physical cd.
Upcoming tour dates:
|Thu 07/24/08||Commodore Ballroom||Vancouver||BC||Twin Crystals|
|Fri 07/25/08||Capitol Hill Block Party||Seattle||WA|
|Sat 07/26/08||Roseland Theater||Portland||OR||Panther, Monkey Trick|
|Sun 08/03/08||Lollapalooza 2008||Chicago||IL|
|Fri 08/08/08||All Points West Festival||Jersey City||NJ|
|Thu 10/09/08||Starlight Ballroom||Philadelphia||PA||Grand Buffet, Hearts of Darknesses|
|Fri 10/10/08||9:30 Club||Washington||DC||Grand Buffet, Hearts of Darknesses|
|Sat 10/11/08||Sonar||Baltimore||MD||Grand Buffet, Hearts of Darknesses|
|Mon 10/13/08||Cats Cradle||Carrboro||NC||Grand Buffet, Hearts of Darknesses|
|Tue 10/14/08||Orange Peel||Asheville||NC||Grand Buffet, Hearts of Darknesses|
|Wed 10/15/08||Valarium||Knoxville||TN||Grand Buffet, Hearts of Darknesses|
|Thu 10/16/08||Variety Playhouse||Atlanta||GA||Grand Buffet, Hearts of Darknesses|
|Fri 10/17/08||House of Blues New Orleans||New Orleans||LA||Grand Buffet, Hearts of Darknesses|
|Sat 10/18/08||Warehouse Live||Houston||TX||Grand Buffet, Hearts of Darknesses|
|Mon 10/20/08||Emos||Austin||TX||Grand Buffet, Hearts of Darknesses|
|Tue 10/21/08||Palladium Ballroom||Dallas||TX||Grand Buffet, Hearts of Darknesses|
|Thu 10/23/08||Rialto Theater||Tucson||AZ||Grand Buffet, Hearts of Darknesses|
|Fri 10/24/08||Henry Fonda Theater||Los Angeles||CA||Grand Buffet, Hearts of Darknesses|
|Sat 10/25/08||Henry Fonda Theater||Los Angeles||CA||The Death Set, CX KiDTRONiK|
|Mon 10/27/08||The Fillmore Auditorium||San Francisco||CA||Grand Buffet, Hearts of Darknesses|
|Tue 10/28/08||The Fillmore Auditorium||San Francisco||CA||The Death Set, CX KiDTRONiK|
|Thu 10/30/08||In The Venue||Salt Lake City||UT||The Death Set, CX KiDTRONiK|
|Fri 10/31/08||Ogden Theater||Denver||CO||The Death Set, CX KiDTRONiK|
|Sat 11/01/08||The Granada Theatre||Lawrence||KS||The Death Set, CX KiDTRONiK|
|Mon 11/03/08||First Avenue||Minneapolis||MN||The Death Set, CX KiDTRONiK|
|Tue 11/04/08||Turner Hall Ballroom||Milwaukee||WI||The Death Set, CX KiDTRONiK|
|Wed 11/05/08||Canopy Club / Club Void||Urbana||IL||The Death Set, CX KiDTRONiK|
|Thu 11/06/08||Cannery Ballroom||Nashville||TN||The Death Set, CX KiDTRONiK|
|Fri 11/07/08||Headliners Music Hall||Louisville||KY||The Death Set, CX KiDTRONiK|
|Sun 11/09/08||Bogarts||Cincinnati||OH||The Death Set, CX KiDTRONiK|
|Mon 11/10/08||Beachland Ballroom||Cleveland||OH||The Death Set, CX KiDTRONiK|
|Tue 11/11/08||Eagle Theatre||Pontiac||MI||The Death Set, CX KiDTRONiK|
|Wed 11/12/08||Koolhaus||Toronto||ON||The Death Set, CX KiDTRONiK|
|Thu 11/13/08||Club Soda||Montreal||PQ||The Death Set, CX KiDTRONiK|
|Fri 11/14/08||Showcase Live||Foxborough||MA||The Death Set, CX KiDTRONiK|
Monday, June 16, 2008
Last night, I saw Rilo Kiley, Thao & the Get Down Stay Down, and Benji Hughes.
Now, I would describe Benji Hughes as a guy who looks like he should be in ZZTop, sings like Englebert Humperdinck, backed by a rock band. It was cool because it was different and unexpected.
Thao (Nguyen) & the Get Down Stay Down sounded a lot different than I thought they would. I guess maybe it's because I haven't listened to the new record as much as I should've. The old one (Like the Linen) is just SO fabulous. On stage, Thao dances and thrashes her head like no one's watching.
I was never a big Rilo Kiley fan. I have seen them before and thought they were good, but I never really fell in love until Jenny Lewis came out with her solo album. So, admittedly, it's more about Jenny, but I really enjoy when Blake sings and look forward to his songs on the new album. Jenny's smooth, sweet voice is intoxicating and almost, almost outdone by her onstage presence. You can tell she enjoys performing. I am eagerly awaiting her new solo album due out later this year and produced by Elvis Costello.
As for now, I will be downloading all that I can find and it looks like my first stop is for bootlegs at the Rilo Kiley Network.
"Little Boxes" (Weeds theme) Jenny Lewis & Jonathan Rice
"Roll On" Dntel (featuring Jenny Lewis)
"Nothing Better " Ben Gibbard (of Death Cab) with Jenny Lewis
Monday, April 07, 2008
Oh, you may also know him as Special Ed or Bobby Fletcher on Crank Yankers.
Hear some of his stand-up comedy on his myspace page and definitely check out his prank phone calls.
This is my favorite, the classic Special Ed "I Got Mail" call.
Tuesday, March 18, 2008
For now, here is a little quick round up.
Best band I had never even heard the name of: Bellafea
Best lived-up-to-the-hype: Crystal Castles (except that it was a super short set)
Best Reunion: The Slits
Best Haven't-Seen-in-Awhile: Janeane Garofalo
Band that got all glitsy and famous: Sons and Daughters
Band set to blow up: Okkervil River
Jerk of the Week: Taylor Hanson
Coolest guy-that-has-every-reason-to-act-big-but-doesn't: Thurston Moore
Monday, March 17, 2008
If there is anyone still out there, who checks in from time to time, I must apologize. I have been out of touch with music in general for a while. Since Mike left, I have found no joy in music. I love music so much that if I can't discuss it with someone, I am lost. Mike and I would constantly have a back and forth of "Do you like this?" or "Have you heard this?" Without that sharing of music, I'd rather not listen.
On my ride home from sxsw, I was crying to Nirvana's "Lithium" that was playing on the radio. Good music can really move me, and I just miss having that person with whom I can share all of the good things that are out there.
Again, please forgive my lack of updates. I need to get back into it and have all of the good stuff picked out before Mike gets home. I plan on planting him in his room with all of the music and movies he's missed over the past couple of years.
Right now, I'm loading all of my pics from my memory cards, so I will have a sxsw update sooon.
Monday, January 21, 2008
This week ADA has some great releases, one of them being Cat Power's new one. So I finally uploaded a couple of the videos i took of Chan at Fun Fun Fun Fest in Austin.
Out this week:
Black Mountain - In the Future (Ltd Ed 2 disc/on JagJaguwar)
Blood on the Wall - Liferz (Toured with Sonic Youth/YYYs/The Kills/Fiery Furnaces)
Bodies of Water - Ears Will Pop & Eyes Will Blink (on Secretly Canadian)
Cat Power - Jukebox (Deluxe silver foil gatefold w/bonus cd)
Depeche Mode - 5 Reissues on 180 gram Vinyl (Music for the Masses, Violator, Songs of Faith and Devotion, Ultra, & Exciter)
Evangelicals - The Evening Descends
Hey Willpower - P.D.A. (=part Imperial Teen, part Tussle/On Tomlab)
Holy Fuck - LP
Lions - Jungle Struttin' 7" (Ltd 1000 copies)
Love Is All - Mixed Up (on Parlophone)
Mahjongg - Konpab (on K Records)
Mono - Sky Remains the Same As Ever DVD
Jack Penate - Matinee
Rafter - Sex Death Cassette (releasing a song a week on Asthmatic Kitty)
Santogold - Creator 12"
Super Furry Animals - Hey Venus!
Times New Viking - Rip It Off (on Matador)