Posts Tagged ‘MP3’
I downloaded a Radiohead show from their 2006 Summer Tour and I can't stop listening to this one track... Radiohead - 15 Steps (live) [mp3] Enjoy your Hump Day, folks! Lost: Season 3 premiers this evening, and if you don't watch it, I don't want to be your friend anymore.
Following up my latest podcast, here is a full show featuring the Slip from earlier this month. The files are mp3 and they should be in nice, downloadable chunks... Remember what the tapers say, though! This is an MP3 copy and should not be circulated for trading purposes; only... more
Today's MP3 comes straight from Backyard Tire Fire's mailing list... Backyard Tire Fire - A Long Time (live) [mp3] We haven't heard from Ed from the band for a little while now but he recently chatted with Ryan over at Muzzle of Bees. Catch up there and make sure you... more
Today's MP3's are coming late...they're totally worth it, though... Enjoy some live Of Montreal clips from a show earlier this year in Atlanta... Of Montreal - Rapture Rapes the Muses (live) [mp3]Of Montreal - So Begins our Alabee (live) [mp3]Of Montreal - Final Countdown > (live) [mp3]Of Montreal -... more
Photo © Adam Foley Busy day today and some live mp3's from The Slip are getting me through it... The Slip - Eube (live) [mp3]The Slip - Mudslide (live) [mp3]The Slip - Fear of Falling (live) [mp3](source: Ice Cream Truck '04 ???) You know -- it was really hard for... more
Ever since I picked up a copy of Wilco's Kicking Television, I've been a big fan of their music, sound, DIY attitude, constantly changing fashion statements, etc. etc. Enjoy some recent live Wilco tracks that I'm currently enjoying (lovingly poached from Muzzle of Bees). Wilco - Impossible Germany (live) [mp3]Wilco -... more
Following yesterday's announcement of the Vegoose late night shows, you should enjoy some Spoon mp3's from last year's festival (they're not playing this year, though)... Spoon - The Two Side of Monsieur Valentine (live) [mp3]Spoon - The Way We Get By (live) [mp3]Spoon - My Mathematical Mind (live) ... more
There's been plenty of music blog chatter lately on the upcoming album release from The Rapture. I've been thoroughly enjoying some of the new tracks from the album, Pieces of the People We Love -- only leaks I've found so far -- and I figured I'd share... The Rapture - W.A.Y.U.H. [mp3]The... more
Continuing on with my recent Duo obsession... Enjoy some cuts from one of last year's Bustle in your Hedgerow shows in Chicago (source)... Bustle in your Hedgerow - Ramble On (live) [mp3]Bustle in your Hedgerow - Over the Hills and Far Away (live) [mp3] /End "The Led Zeppelin Experience" nostalgia trip...
Tea Leaf Green came through Chicago in early June and played a killer show that I'm surely glad I attended. The tapers finally got the show up on the Archive so I'm reliving the fun today while pounding away at work. Why keep all that fun to myself?... more
During Umphrey's McGee's set at Lollapalooza, some dude walked over near our blanket and sat down for a second to fiddle with his backpack. He grabbed a large handful of discs and threw one over by us. Our first reaction: what the hell/fuck/shit is this guy doing? I look... more
Now, with juicy feed lovey goodness... I'm just catching this now (thanks JJ), but there's a great site up featuring setlists and some mp3's of Radiohead's 2006 performances thus far. It's in a feed-able format, too so you can subscribe and get updated right from your favorite feedreader. Good... more
Last night's Umphrey's McGee-flavored Christmas show was awesome (despite some really obnoxious dudes sitting right next to us), and Brendan Bayliss asked us straight-up... Who's going to be at the Aragon for New Year's Eve? The crowd erupts. Let's get psyched up by samplin' some recent live stuff from both Umphrey's McGee and... more
I could sit here and list out all the good music I've listened to during 2005 (along with everybody else), but I thought it would be better to release my snippets and thoughts as they came in. Another addition (along with Spoon) to Justin's musical radar during 2005 (or maybe super-late... more
2005 has been a great year for Justin and music. I've seen some really great shows (more on that soon), I've picked up some really great albums and downloads that have really extending my musical listening pleasure, and I've picked up my interest in some great bands that I... more
A while back, Glide Magazine posted this unbelievably good Perpetual Groove show that really got me more interested in the band. Personally, I wasn't quick to start researching Perpetual Groove simply because of their name--it just screams jamband. Not that it matters, but you know what I mean. I... more
In honor of the epic Secret Machines show that Chilly saw last week, I'm going to host up another track from their 2005 Bonnaroo performance. I really wish I was there for this. I'm also starting to struggle with the idea that they'll play Bonnaroo again this year... more
now playing: INDIEBLOGHEAVEN Podcast #1 [via] Wow, here's some more praise for an excellent podcast by INDIEBLOGHEAVEN. When I heard The Darkness track, I got a little bummed out. But, the Chemical Brothers w/ the Magic Numbers live track is amazing. Amazing.
I've added a very cool little functional script to the site (as mentioned here), and I just couldn't wait for the full redesign to show it off. From time to time, I'm going to post links to direct mp3 files and you'll be able to listen to them immediately. If you... more
The New York-New Jersey-Connecticut tri-state area played host to an incredible array of headliners this weekend -- the three Northeastern states featuring some of the best touring performers of the past, the present and the future. I subtly just called Trey "the past" in that sentence...did you catch it, or... more
In one very up-and-coming Chicago jamband scene, Future Rock is starting to turn heads towards the more electronic-based groove rock that seems to be flooding the music scene. It's a truly innovative sound that lends itself perfectly to jamband fans and ravers alike. I like it, as I'm... more
I wanted to keep the Brothers Past vibe going on the blog after my quick review of This Feeling's Called Goodbye, so I figured I'd throw down one very epic, 18-minute Song of the Day to get our weekend started. Ace Cowboy is going to be one very busy... more
Every day in the summer of 1999, from July through August, I'd wake up to a disc I stole from a friend called The Bluegrass Sessions, featuring a handful of kickass bluegrass pickers on some originals and old standards. So when I saw nugs.net had a great recording from the... more
Hey, you so guys heard there was some sort of mini-reunion in Utica last Friday night, right? Well, the opener is available on Trey's AV Room page. I'm listening right now, and it's one helluva jam. Go get 'er, folks. Thanks to Sharptoe for the great pic.