Post by FuzzyWarbles on Dec 13, 2011 19:48:48 GMT -5
It was a pleasant suprise to me when I found out Howlin Rain has a new one due out next year. I might be the only one on this board who cares, but Alejandro Escovedo just finished recording. Hopefully it will be more like Real Animal than Street Songs Of Love.
Guided By Voices - Let's Go Eat The Factory - 1/sometime The Big Pink - Future This - 1/17 The Internet - Purple Naked Ladies - 1/20 Chairlift - Something - 1/24 Cloud Nothings - Attack On Memory - 1/24 Lamb Of God - Resolution - 1/24 Leonard Cohen - Old Ideas - 1/31 The Asteroids Galaxy Tour - Out Of Frequency - 1/31 Air - Le Voyage Dans La Lune - 2/7 of Montreal - Paralytic Stalks - 2/7 Mark Lanegan - Blue Funeral - 2/7 Sharon van Etten - Tramp - 2/7 Field Music - Plumb - 2/14 Shearwater - Animal Joy - 2/14 Sleigh Bells - Reign of Terror 2/14 Tennis - Young And Old - 2/14 Young Magic - Melt - 2/14 Band Of Skulls - Sweet Sour - 2/21 Cursive - I Am Gemini - 2/21 Plants And Animals - The End Of That 2/28 School Of Seven Bells - Ghostory - 2/28 Andrew Bird - Break It Yourself - 3/6 Bowerbirds - The Clearing - 3/6 Kaiser Chiefs - Start The Revolution Without Me - 3/6 Magnetic Fields - Love At The Bottom of the Sea - 3/6
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Mar 14 Sheepdogs/Fitz & The Tantrums/City & Colour (Austin)
Mar 15 Jim James (Austin)
Apr 26 Jim James (Boston)
May 4 Clutch & The Sword (Portland ME)
Jun 8 DMB (Hartford)
Jun 21 Jim James (Northampton MA)
Jul 27-28 Newport Folk
Aug 6 Death Grips (Boston)
Oct 25-27 MOEMS
Post by FuzzyWarbles on Dec 24, 2011 9:26:45 GMT -5
Some of Alejandro's slower songs are my favorites. "Rosalie" is beautiful."Sensitive Boys", great. I just didn't think Street Songs was a good album. I've read a quote where he said it was just a band album they did for fun.