Friday, August 31, 2007


Quinn, bass player/vocalist of UK band, Supergrass was in a freak accident while SLEEPWALKING!

Read more here.

Crazy shit. We wish him a swift recovery.

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Frankmusik seems to be saying...

..."Why don't you go to my Myspace page and check out the new song I just uploaded? It's called "Questionnable Times" and perhaps if Myspace weren't the worst Web site of all time, the song would actually load and The Disconappers could listen to it."

Oh well.

PS: Yes, we have decided to report and comment on every time Frankmusik takes a shit. Deal.

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Thursday, August 30, 2007

Finally, some iLiKETRAiNS news

Nouveau-shoegazers iLiKETRAiNS have a brand new Web site, which is a very good thing.

They also have a video for their new single "The Deception", which is also a good thing.

So beautiful. Just close your eyes and enjoy. Well, don't really close them or you won't be able to see the video. Just... you know what we mean.

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Wednesday, August 29, 2007


There are just a lot of good parties going on this week.


Our friends at YOUTH are putting this one together, as we're really excited to see VNDLSM, what with that AMAZING Rihanna remix he made a few months back.

So you should be there.


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Since we got our hands on this album, we haven't been able to stop listening to it.
New Zealand's Nick Harte (ex-drummer for the The Brunettes) provides a collection of songs showcasing top notch melodies and harmonies to be released by DFA Records for the rest of the world to experience these jams.

Here's the video for 'End of the World'

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Former Q and Not U member John Davis + Laura Burhenn = GEORGIE JAMES

For the love of indie pop rock, these two have come together and made sweet, sweet music for us to overdose on. We first heard of Georgie James this time last year when we fell in love with the track, 'Need Your Needs'. Well, it's a year later and we still dig. They recently just signed a deal with Saddle Creek and will be touring in support of their first full length, Places.

Here's a healthy dose of hand-claps and pop riffs.
Georgie James - Need Your Needs mp3

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XLR8R, MAS, and Throne Of Blood Present
Moustaches Wild!

Music By
DJ T (Get Physical)
Busy P (Ed Banger)

With DJs
Dr. Druzz & James F!@#$% Friedman
Dances With White Girls & Andy Pry
Super Family

Studio B, 259 Banker St., Brooklyn
10 p.m. - 4 a.m., $10 Advance/$12 Door, 21+

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As we previously posted we're going to be at Studio B this Friday for the Institubes Paris Terror Club Tour with Para One, Surkin, Curses, and DJ Orgasmic.

Well, we've got a track remixed by Curses aka Drop the Lime here!
Here's a remix of L.A. based group, HEALTH - PERFECT SKIN (Curses Remix) mp3.

While you're at check out these tracks too!
HEALTH - Glitter Pills mp3
HEALTH - Triceratops mp3
HEALTH - Triceratops (CFCF Remix) mp3

They are coming to a liberal arts college, city, house party near you!
Keep a look out.

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On the right there, that's our friend Eric

... and he is in two things:

1. An amazing pop band from NYC called Black Gold and
2. The new Rilo Kiley video!

Congratulations Eric, in all of your endeavors and etc etc...

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Tuesday, August 28, 2007

OK, the presses must really be stopped presently

XL FINALLY got around to posting the video for "Amylase" by Cajun Dance Party on YouTube.

It's hard to believe we first got into these kids over a year ago, but they seem to be only getting better and better. We can't wait to hear what the album is going to sound like. Is it irrational that we're actually kind of SCARED of a band this good? Like, what are they going to sound like once they hit legal drinking age?

Fucking amazing. This is also a vast improvement upon their last video, which was utterly crap, although the song was brilliant. Glad that's sorted out.

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So the new Lil' Chris video is out then

...and it's a cover of Jermain Stewart's "We Don't Have To Take Our Clothes Off". This is possibly the first time a 17-year-old boy has said these words, even in song.

Coincidentally, this song is really, really good, much better than the original:

And this:

And this:

Whatever the hell that was. So anyway, Lil' Chris is back on top. Drinks all 'round, etc.

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Ok, everyone just back up for a quick sec

We know we just posted about Swedish europop princess Sally Shapiro, but since then a few critical points have been brought to our attention:

1. She is amazing.
2. Sally isn't her real namd and she doesn't perform live.
3. There's a fucking AMAZING (and we do mean AMAZING) remix of her already AMAZING (and we mean AMAZING) song "Hold Me So Tight" by Kimono Kops.

Sally Shapiro - "Hold Me So Tight (Kimono Kops remix)"

This may possibly be Sally's Best Song Ever™. It's like the best Ladytron song they never wrote (and probably never will, are we right). Sally's record is coming out on Paperbag (same label as Tokyo Poilce Club) so be sure to cop that shit as soon as it hits your local indie retailer.

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What do we have to look forward to at the end of this work week?

Here's what we'll be doing Friday night....

Friday August 31st
Cut + Fixed present...
Institubes Paris Terror Club Tour

Para One (Live)
DJ Orgasmic

Residents: JDH + Dave P

and Shark's birthday Celebration!

$10 Advanced tickets available HERE
or at Other Music - 15 E. 4th St. NYC
$12 at the door

Studio B
259 Banker St. bet. Meserole + Calyer
Brooklyn, NY

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Friday, August 24, 2007

Incredibly, the new Chemical Brothers video is amazing

We're as perplexed as you are, my friends.

The formula Fatlip + anything = awesome has once again been justified.

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and i try, and i try to be satisfied...

There's a new pop darling in town and she's from Sweden (we love the Swedes).
Meet Sally Shapiro (yes, she's a Swede).
She makes her US debut with her album, Disco Romance (Paper Bag) set for an upcoming release in October.

We think the DNs found a new track that we'll be spinning at our club nights!
Take a listen to "He Keeps You Alive" a cover of the Nixon's track of the same title.

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Thursday, August 23, 2007


The DN's have a lot of love for Rilo Kiley this week (and when we say this week, we really mean always and forever!) WHY DOESN'T ANYONE EVERY TALK ABOUT PIERRE!?! What a dreamboat...Ok back to the music...

The band teamed up with "pal and director Autumn de Wilde (Death Cab for Cutie, Spoon) for their 'Silver Lining' video, the second single from the band's new album, 'Under the Blacklight.'

In the heavily gold-colored clip, frontwoman Jenny Lewis turns runaway bride, leaving guitarist Blake Sennett at the alter. How's that for subtext?" (via Spinner)

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If you like artists on Arts & Crafts, you'll prob like this band too...

and they're not from Canada and are actually on Polyvinyl...but anyhow!

WHO: HEADLIGHTS (Erin Fein, Brett Sanderson,Tristan Wraight)
ALBUM: Kill them with Kindness (Polyvinyl Records) is their debut album released in 2006.
IF YOU LIKE: Earlimart, Stars, Broken Social Scene

The album might have come out last summer but it's always refreshing to hear infectious pop tunes that just make you feel all warm and fuzzy inside while you bop around. Hand-clapping is always a plus. Keys are a nice touch too.

Get ready for this band to become one of your new favorites.

P.S. I really like their video for their song, "TV" and I would have embedded that goodie in this post but alas I cannot. But I promise that it's worth watching, so check it out here.

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It Came From WTF: Lil' Mama's so fucking Zwinky

If you've been on Myspace anytime within the last 3 million years, you've probably seen those insanely annoying ads for "Zwinkys" ("Zwinkies" we guess? Does grammar even matter anymore?), which, when we've allowed ourselves to think about them for no longer than four seconds, seem to be some sort of icon generator for "instant messaging" your "friends". Or something. Anyway, our interest has been slightly peaked by these actually rather frightening-looking pixelated hoebags because, well, of THIS:

Wow. Just wow. We had no idea this (once again for the record) INSANELY ANNOYING advertising campaign had reached places OUTISDE OF MYSPACE, let along primetime television. And the fact they Jive have decided to put all their cards on the table and market Lil' Mama (who, may we remind all of you, is actually a GOOD RAPPER) to the tween demographic kind of breaks our souls--OK, we guess our souls are more just sort of sprained, but you can't deny the awesomeness of "Lipgloss" and "No Music". Oh well, we guess that just makes us EVEN MORE like 15-year-old girls than we thought.

EDIT: OK, HOW FUCKING CREEPY IS IT when the Zwinky WHISPERS "'Voice Of the Young People' comin' soon!" What in the holy name of fuck?!?! We assume that's what Mama's album is called or something, but Jesus, we thought we were in Children of the Corn or some shit!

EDIT 2: Sorry, we didn't mean to make a 900 word post about fucking Zwinky, but this 10-year-old girl just slayed the universe.

Back to your previously scheduled blogging.

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Wednesday, August 22, 2007

Well thank God for that

Just as we thought we couldn't watch the "Love Is Here To Stay" video one more time, Chungking make a poptastic vid for their new single "Stay Up Forever", in all it's Blondie glory.

Can you say Chrissie Hynde fronting Goldfrapp? Fucking SICK, right? Chungking are one of those bands that really need your help to ride the fast train to chart success, and by some amazing fluke in the fabric of the universe their Stay up Forever album is available on the US iTunes store.

Buy the "Stay Up Forever" single by clicking here!

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Tuesday, August 21, 2007

Finally, the evidence that DN has fallen off the face of planet Earth

How, oh how did we miss the little tidbit that THE ROYAL WE HAVE SIGNED TO DOMINO RECORDS? Or at least, Domino posted TRW's first video, for the infectious twee pop romper "All The Rage" on their YouTube page. First Los Camps, now this: will 2007 go down as the Year Twee Broke? We think it's time for someone to make a C07 Mix CD...


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We are your friends.
We love our friends.
We love our friends, The Pains of Being Pure at Heart.

Check out their feature on Stereogum as the "Band To Watch."

Everyone needs a little shoe-gazing music in their lives!


The Go! Team are back! Back!! Back!!!

Party people in the place get ready for this, indeed. The Go! Team are releasing their anticipated new album on Sub Pop soon, and it this video is anything to go by, it will be awesome...

"Huddle Formation" is probably still their Best Song Ever™, but we can't wait to peep the new album and get our Blaxploitation movie sameple on.

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Technosexuality must end

Recently, Disconap reported that London electronic artist Frankmusik had remixed Mika's "Relax (Take It Easy)" and made it listenable. While this is an amazing musical feat, we couldn't help but notice, via photographs on his Myspace profile, that it seemed he had taken to intimate relations with his keyboard. We took it upon ourselves to look the other way and savor his mini 8-bit emo masterpieces for the time being, thinking that perhaps this was just a one-off fluke, London is a strage place after all. But no. Frankmusik's obscene desires run much deeper than we thought.

DISGUSTING. Obviously Frankmusik is ILL and a MENACE TO SOCIETY. This unnatural union must cease at once. If a man can stick he weiner into a USB port, what's to stop him from using a TOASTER, a MICROWAVE, or even a COFFEE MACHINE? Our very way of live, as Americans, is in grave peril.

If you're on our side (our side being the side WITHOUT the degenerate piano-buggers), please go to Frankmusik's very first live performance, tomorrow at the Buffalo Bar in London and protest his abominable lifestyle. Don't let his amazing music fool you into dancing, celebrating the UK dance scene's new savior, or having any sort of fun whatsoever. The man is sick.

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This isn't the new Roisin video, but frankly it might as well be

We're totally not over how FUCKING AMAZING "Modern Timing" is, every time we listen to it, it creeps further and further up our Best Songs Ever 2007™ list. Shit is unreal.

Anyway we've been trolling around Youtube for the video to the new California Roisin single, "Let Me Know", and came across this little thingy instead.

It's Roisin on the photoshoot for the SLEEVE of the new single. Frankly if we've ever heard of a better comcept for a video then we can't remember it. Imagine it: the MUSIC VIDEO is FOOTAGE from BEHIND THE SCENES of the PHOTOSHOOT for the AMAZING SINGLE ARTWORK. When you BUY THE SINGLE it would be like the CONCLUSION to the video you've been watching for the past two months. WHY DOESN'T SOMEONE PAY US TO COME UP WITH THIS SHIT?!?!?!?

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Monday, August 20, 2007

Band With A Million People In It Sing About Sex

This is Bling Kong.

We've loved them ever since we randomly got a copy of their debut EP, Greatest Hits: 3.16.03 - 5.20.03, and found it to be chockfull o' nuts. Every song was ranuchy, pornographic and clad in leather--just the way we like it. They also have an album out called Do The Awesome which is... awesome! The band are playing After The Jump on Saturday, though we'll just have to see how they're all going to fit on one stage. We think there might be some sitting-on-laps involved. We sent some questions to Box, ...sizzler and Shredder of the band and this is what they had to say.

1. Hi guys. Unless I'm mistaken, all of your songs are about sex. When push comes to shove, what was your best lay evs? Give or take.

Box: Some of our songs are about murder, too. But my favorite personal experience was when this guy took me back to his apartment where we drank 40's with orange juice (drink OE down to the label, fill the rest back up with OJ) and watched Sleepaway Camp while cuddling. Then we boned. Totally romantic.

...sizzler: I once went out and bought 30 dry pounds of glass noodles. That makes between 150-200 pounds of cooked noodles. My ladyfriend and I filled her bathtub with all the noodles and played around in it for a while. We didn't lock and door and didn't realize the roommate and her mom were there until the mom unexpectedly walked in on us. The roommate then got extra pissed because we broke a bunch of her kitchen utensils scooping up all the noodles into trash bags to throw out the window.

2. If all the BK cheerleaders formed like Voltron, who would be the head?

Shredder: Whoa, you are not speaking my language here. We're chicks, remember? A better question might be: If all the BK cheerleaders were Josie and the Pussycats, who would be Josie? And I can't really reveal that.

3. Quentin Tarantino says you can't be a complete fan of the Beatles and of Elvis, you have to choose one. I believe that same goes for the Smiths and the Cure: where do you stand?

Box: Cure, for sure. Dudes in lipstick always win.

...sizzler: I have the Elvis lightning bolt from the TCB logo tattooed on my arm.

4. What is the cause of global warming?

Box: Clearly, us, especially certain dudes' epic van toots. Sorry, Al Gore.

...sizzler: I'm at a loss for a witty answer to that one.

5. Obviously the wittiest answer was to give me the real, scientific cause. Your band has a lot of people in it. This is kind of a dumb question but was that a conscious choice? Like did you go: 'OK, I want to be in a band with 16 million people in it' or did you just keep adding?

Shredder: BK was conceived to be as epic as possible from the get-go, a plan that included as many drummers and cheerleaders as possible. We kept adding until we couldn't fit any more people on the stage, and even still it's a squeeze.

6. Write a cheerleader chant for me! On the spot!

Disconap is awesome, totally!

7. What's the craziest thing that's ever happened on a BK tour?

Shredder: Craziest or stupidest? We've had a lot of stupidly awesome nights of drinking and dancing. Sometimes on pool tables, sometimes to karaoke, sometimes pantsless. Once we set off some fireworks in the snow on a college campus. We've closed bars in Kentucky and soaked in hot tubs in our undies. We've lost a wheel on the New Jersey turnpike. I'd say the craziest thing we ever did on tour though was play an art gala in Ohio that was a fully catered red carpet affair with a balloon drop during our last song.

Box: All those things were indeed awesomely crazy. I'd add though that Lexington seems to always carry the promise of something crazy. God bless Kentucky and their bartenders who are generous with the Basil Hayden.

8. If you could ask one fashion designer, living or dead, to design the costumes to your ultimate concert, who would you choose and why?

...sizzler: Coco Chanel. Excluding her affair with that Nazi officer, her entire life and work is pretty epic.

9. Who in BK has the gayest iPod?

...sizzler: Rainbow Stylin'! By far and away The Tobies has the gayest iPod in BLING KONG. Similou's "All This Love" is probably the toughest thing on it.

Box: That song is dripping with butt sex.

Shredder: We should admit to enjoying his supremely gay playlists on long car rides though. Then we blast some harsh noise from Sizzler's pod to clear the air of all the gay slow jams.

10. Finally, I love your band but not enough people know who you are. You have 15 seconds to come up with the best pitch EVER to convert regular people to BK fandom. BEGIN!

Box: We do a choose your own adventure rock opera about a couple who are bored with their relationship and the various ways in which they fuck it up trying to make it better. It includes sex, adultery, sex, violence, sex, hookers, drugs, three-ways, and a maybe a little sex if you're nice.

Shredder: Loud rock and roll with chicks in short skirts and 2.5 times more percussion than Def Leppard. And all the songs are about getting laid.

11. TIME'S UP! Thank you, Bling Kong!

Box: Thank YOU, CEC! Wanna do it?

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Junior Senior are Back! Back!! BACK!!!

They were never really gone! Gone!! GONE!!! to begin with, as "new" album Hey Hey My My Yo Yo has been out in Europe and Japan roughly since the Invasion of Poland in 1939, but it's FINALLY getting a US release, so thank God for that. It's actually REALLY good, like the first album only groovier, more mature (kind of) and actually GAYER, if you can believe it. There's an amazing song on it called "We R The Handclaps" (note playful omission of the letters "A" and "E" in the title) and here it is.

Junior Senior - "We R The Handclaps" (zSHARE link)

So that's good.

PS: If you read the current issue of BUTT Magazine, there's an interview with Senior where he talks about the time he met up with some dude on the internet whose girlfriend called while he was sucking Senior's dick. Priceless, etc.

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Hot ass NYC DJ/Blogger/etc to play Daft Punk at Brooklyn music festival

Basically the front page headline everyday, are we right, readers?

David Bruno of amazing dance music blog Slap You In Public (also the best name for a blog ever... seriously, what were we THINKING...) will be DJing the After The Jump Festival on Saturday, along with a shitload of great bands and DJs. Bumpershine interviewed D. Bru for the event, and you can read it here.

Daft Punk, eh? Never heard of them. Are they American?

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Sunday, August 19, 2007





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Here are some photos from the 2nd edition of BOYCORE at Hanger Bar on 08.14.07!

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Friday, August 17, 2007

We recently interviewed Fujiya & Miyagi for

We went to their show at Southstreet Seaport in downtown NYC and made Steve from Fujiya get a spraypaint tattoo of a unicorn.


Then again, we often wonder why more bands aren't as awesome, talented and nice as Fujiya & Miyagi. Niceness is very underrated in pop music, we think. Anyway, check out the clip by clicking this piece of highlighted text.

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Regina Spektor vs. America

We recently saw Regina Spektor perform on a giant screen at this year's Lollapalooza festival. It looked like this.

She's doing a little mini-tour soon, so you should check her out, she's fucking awesome. She'll probably only do the NYC-LA-SF routing though. Who does she think she is, The Knife?

September 16th Austin, TX Austin City Limits Festival
September 19th Baltimore, MD Ram's Head Live
September 25th Northampton, MA Calvin Theater
September 26th Storrs, CT Jorgensen Center
September 27th Upper Darby, PA Tower Theater
October 1st Cleveland, OH Agora Theatre
October 2nd Indianapolis, IN Egyptian Room
October 3rd Cincinnati, OH Bogart¹s
October 5th Omaha, NE Sokol Auditorium
October 6th St. Paul, MN The Myth
October 8th Milwaukee, WI Eagles Club
October 10th Detroit, MI State Theatre
October 11th Toronto, ON Kool Haus
October 14th Boston, MA Orpheum Theatre
October 16th New York, NY Hammerstein Ballroom
October 30th Los Angeles, CA Wiltern Theatre
October 31st Anaheim, CA The Grove of Anaheim
November 2nd Salt Lake City, UT In the Venue
November 4th Phoenix, AZ Orpheum Theatre
November 6th Austin, TX Stubb¹s Bar-B-Q
November 7th Houston, TX Warehouse Live
November 8th Dallas, TX House of Blues
November 11th Kansas City, MO Uptown Theatre
November 12th St. Louis, MO The Pageant
November 14th Nashville, TN Ryman Auditorium
November 15th Atlanta, GA The Tabernacle
November 19th Norfolk, VA The NorVa
November 20th Richmond, VA Toad's Place

That thing we just said was a joke, this is like the longest tour ever. Please go see her, she's so good live.

Sire Records are releasing a "re-cut" (their words not ours) of Regina's amazing song "Better" off of her amazing record Begin to Hope on colored vinyl. If someone could get us one that would be appreciated.

PS: This information was not at all taken from a "press release".

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Rilo Kiley: Officially No Longer Sucking

Praise the Almighty Lord in the Heavens Above, it would seem like Rilo Kiley, once so amazing before someone slipped Jenny Lewis the Neko Case Polyjuice Potion, have reinvented themselves as AN AWESOME ROCK AND ROLL BAND. God knows the world is in desperate need of hot women playing fantastic indie rock. We know it doesn't seem like there's a shortage, but there is. Believe us.


There's also a fucking great track called "Give A Little Love" off their new album Under The Blacklight (ooh... risqué). Here it is.

Rilo Kiley - "Give A LIttle Love"

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Thursday, August 16, 2007

There's a new Roisin track bumming around the Internet

Photo by Dirty Dirty Dancing

It's called "Modern Timing", and in an unforseen feat of awesomeness, it is even MORE FANTASTIC THAN "OVERPOWERED" which, and we probably don't need to remind you, is pretty amazing itself.

If this track is anything to go by, Overpowered has already made its way into the Best Albums Ever 2007™ pantheon. Indeed, an accomplishment worth noting.

EDIT: Wow, we forgot to post it.

Roisin Murphy - "Modern Timing"

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Here at the DN headquarters, we always appreciated a good video with special effects, those artsy-fartsy ones, the live performance video, etc. BUT we're not going to lie - a music video with close-up shots of José González crooning and strumming that guitar would be nice sometime.

Here's the new video for José's single, "Killing for Love" directed by Andreas Nilsson (responsible for some trippy vids for the Knife):

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Wednesday, August 15, 2007

An urgent plea to the pop star population to stop with the Rihanna covers

We love Rihanna, and we love Mandy Moore, but the two just don't mix. Case in point:

Why. People need to stop doing "moody" covers of this fucking song, nothing will ever be as good as the original, OBVIOUSLY.

Let's hear it for the old school.

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Frankmusik has been sleeping... with his keyboard

Outrageous. But he has also remixed "Relax" by Mika, making a bad song good.

Mika - "Relax (Frankmusik Remix)" [streaming via MySpace]

You guessed it. AMAZING.

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Tuesday, August 14, 2007

The New Shiny Toy Guns Video Is Quite Goth

...but here it is anyway.

We're not entirely sure when STG will realize that their Best Song Ever™ is and will always be "Don't Cry Out", but we're sure that when that celebrated moment comes, a video roughly a MILLION TIMES BETTER than this one will surface, thus readjusting the balance of the universe. Right?

Oh, this song is called "Rainy Monday" BTW.

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Wednesday, August 08, 2007

See Calvin, this is how to do an alternative version of your hit single :(

This is a post celebrating the immensely old news that the almighty Dragonette have covered "The Girls" by Calvin Harris and have called it "The Boys" (normally we are totally against changing gender roles when covering pop songs, but we must say, this is a stroke of utter genius). The cover sounds great and has totally restored our faith in "The Girls" after the 2007 Calvin Harris Acoustic Guitar Fiasco we reported on yesterday. It's fresh and awesome and Dragonette are the best female-fronted pop band out there right now--oh yes, and here's the song.

Dragonette - "The Boys (Calvin Harris Cover)"


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We just watched the video for M.I.A.'s newest single, "Jimmy" about 20 times in a row.
Happy ode to Bollywood.

And tomorrow we get ready for some more of this...

Followed by a little of this...

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Oh and there's a new Editors video also

..and it has dancing women in it, much like the "Brianstorm" video.

WHAT THE HELL IS GOING IN IN POP MUSIC. We leave for one week and the world goes Flavor of Love-crazy.

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What in the name of holy fuck is this

We just came back from Lollapalooza 2007 where we saw The Cribs, interviewed The Cribs, hung out with The Cribs, and basically stalked The Cribs. BUT WE WILL GET TO THAT LATER BECAUSE THIS HAS BEEN BROUGHT TO OUR ATTENTION:




Except the part around 2:30 when we says "I like those black girls", that was utterly shit. Calvin, please don't ruin your great songs with ACOUSTIC GUITARS. Consider this a warning :(

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Monday, August 06, 2007


WE SWEAR!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

AUGUST 25, 2007


All proceeds from the festival will help fund grants written by New York music teachers for their classroom via the Bloggers Choose chapter of Please join us in making a great day of music and a significant contribution to music education in our city.

Note: Lineup subject to change.


Friday, August 03, 2007


(now I will apologize for slacking...)

Here are some photos from this year's Siren Music Fest 2007 in Coney Island that took place on July 21st.

Cheers. xxx


Keith Murray of We Are Scientists

Lavendar Diamond

Elvis Perkins

Shingai Shoniwa of The Noisettes

The Twilight Sad

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Ladies and Gentlemen, we are experiencing heavy delays

...because we are in Chicago for Lollapalooza and don't have time to blog. We will shortly though.

We're going to see Daft Punk in quite a short while indeed, and we are positively bursting with excitement.