Friday, April 13, 2007

Absence Makes The Heart Grow Fonder

Apologises for my absence of late. I've been back down in London for easter and had so much work, revision and socialising to do, that i haven't really had any time to sit and post anything. Also my parent's ultra cool Apple Mac doesn't seem to get along with blogger very well, meaning its a goddamn effort to write anything up. Anyway there's been alot of good music thats come out in the last few weeks, so to make up for my lack of blogging here's whats caught my ear while i've been away.

Bright Eyes - If The Brakeman Turns My Way
Probably the best track off Cassadaga
Hot Chip - My Piano
Awesome new tune from the Hot Chip boys off their DJ Kicks compilation
Amerie - Gotta Work
Sounds a bit like 1 Thing and Crazy In Love but its still sounds amazing
Jetplane Landing - Why Do They Never Play Les Savy Fav On the Radio?
More catchy riffs and strange lyrics from Jetplane's forthcoming album, Backlash Cop. Loving the handclaps
Timbaland feat. MIA - Come Around
I'm a bit obsessed with MIA at the moment and this is her on Timbaland latest offering. I love it


At 12:20 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

This week’s episode of Studio 360, a public radio program about art, culture and creativity, includes a segment about the arts scene in Omaha and features an interview with Conor Oberst, as well as members of Tilly and the Wall and others. The episode is available here:


At 4:39 AM , Blogger Ben said...

Quite liked Jetplane Landing's Zero For Conduct album, without being blown away. That's a great song title, though. Would you recommend reinvestigating them?

At 1:54 AM , Blogger Tim said...

yeh definately. Their second album Once Like A Spark has some great tracks on it and everything i've heard off their new one has sounded very promising

At 8:07 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Apology not accepted - you're just a lazy bum.

At 5:17 PM , Blogger Tim said...

you speak the truth

At 4:34 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

bum bum bum?


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