July 2011

Foals – Miami

by Mike Smith on July 29, 2011

I came across this song of the day late last year but saw the official music video for it last night. Wow. That is a strange video. You’ll have to [...]

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The song of the day comes from Edward Sharpe and The Magnetic Zeros, an Indie Folk band from Los Angeles, California. Edward Sharpe is fictional character created by lead singer, [...]

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Here’s a song of the day you can listen to while working in the garden. The Russian Futurists began as a solo act by Matthew Hart but later the number [...]

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Time for another little rant about the music industry. When searching for music in other countries and I always run into messages that inform me that the video or song [...]

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Oberhofer – Away Frm U

by Mike Smith on July 25, 2011

I couldn’t find much information out there about the band Oberhofer, but their track ‘Away Frm U’ is today’s song of the day nonetheless. Song: Away Frm U (2011) Purchase [...]

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Today’s song of the day contains a tongue twister. In the early 1990s, Curtis Jones went from a UC-Berkeley Master’s student of chemical engineering to a being a full-time Electronica [...]

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Today’s song of the day comes from The Decemberists, an Indie Folk Rock band from Portland, Oregon. They are a group of multi-talented musicians that came together in 2000. The [...]

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The Kooks – Is It Me

by Mike Smith on July 20, 2011

Today’s song of the day is a bit kooky, and by that I mean that is from The Kooks. Cheesy, I know. Formed in 2001, The Kooks have found most [...]

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Break out your freshest dance moves for this song of the day! Despite part of the band name being French, Ou Est Le Swimming Pool is a Synthpop group from [...]

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NPR is a great source for finding new music, especially indie music. That is where I first heard this song of the day from Deerhunter late last year. Formed in [...]

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