Monday, March 17, 2014

mucha música Monday

Thee Oh Sees: Penetrating Eye
yes.


Jaakko Eino Kalevi: No end
Found this because it's under “Weird World Record” I hit play.



Ana Tijoux: Sacar la Voz
Ana is playing here in SF this week, and it is sold-out. When will I learn to get tix more than a few weeks ahead. Story of my life. :/
Here is a goodie from 2012.


Cibo Matto: Emerald Tuesday (Live on KEXP)
Speaking of missing tours, I missed Cibo Matto in Feb. Cool they have a new record out. Last I saw Miho Hatori (1/2 of the band) was in 2007 here in San Francisco, with the now defunct Los Abandoned ♥ at the GAMH. It was los awesome.

This is also a released Cibo Matto video from Dec.2013:


David Lynch: The Big Dream (Moby Reversion Featuring Mindy Jones)
This is slow and gloomy, the perfect dose from David Lynch for a Monday morning. From his channel:
“The Big Dream (Moby Reversion Featuring Mindy Jones) Taken from The Big Dream Remix EP 12" on clear red vinyl. Out 19th April 2014 exclusively for Record Store Day. Limited to just 1000 copies worldwide.” 


La Luz: Morning High (Live on KEXP)
Roaming the internet I found about La Luz band, if Stereolab had kids or nieces and they were raised in California/the west coast and started a band – it would sound like these young women from Seattle. I like it, sounds promising. Stoked for up & coming all-women bands ♥


Stereolab: French Disco
Per the above video, a refresher – one of THE best band in the early 1990s. fcukyeah stereolab:


St. Vincent: Digital Witness
Playing at the Fox in Oakland this Saturday. This video feels like the weekly grind w/o any unexpected boom at the end …


Split Screens: The Sinner
Another local show happening also on Saturday at the Bottom of the Hill, which I just recently learned from the bay Bridged [posted: Split Screens to release new 7-inch, “The Sinner”] Good easy track to listen after a meeting, or something.

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