This exuberant singer-songwriter embodies quite a lot of trnends. She is Swedish but actually lives in New Orleans and her voice has that clear and cozy Scandinavian quality as well. This lass plays multiple instruments, like one-woman bands like Florence and the Machine, Kaki King and Emily Wells. Her songs are heartfelt and have a strong feminine viewpoint — and yes, they’ve been featured on “Grey’s Anatomy.” Her quirkiness and eye for detail really stand stand out.
Hope you’ll keep on supporting Thieves By Tuesday! Great returns for the season!
Those with * are new tracks! Listed in no particular order we have:
“Prime and Megs were doing well with the ladies at the secret pool party.
That is, until Magnus showed up.
See, he heard it was “clothing optional”
and Magnus had misplaced his powersuit…”
Hurray For the Riff Raff is currently a 4 piece band out of New Orleans, Louisiana. Instrumentation: banjo, fiddle, accordian, upright bass and suitcase drums. It is a collection of songs meant to break/heal you heart and lift your spirits. I’d shower all these guys in precious metals and gems if I could.
I don’t really have the full on details on this track but from what i reckon, its kick-ass fresh and hip. I don’t know why but I’m really digging this one from Eve. Her music has hardly brought me to a second or a third listen, but this one did.
Over at Sheena Beaston , I found this track.
Nice collaboration with T-Pain. A for Blame it! Jamie Foxx drops his 3rd album (Intuition)this DECEMBER 16th. See tracks from Jamie Fox’s upcoming album over at NASDANK.
. Andrew Bird – Tenuousness
Before you download, let me warn you that is over a full sixteen minutes long and a awesome sixteen minutes at that. Actually it’s as easy to listen to as it is captivating. This track belons to their latest album, A Hundred Million Suns.
. The Vines – Ms Jackson (Outkast Cover)
You might find The Vines annoying or pathetic. They could be the ones “who allegedly TRIED to bring rock back.” I don’t know what your views are but this track (which was sent to me via email) was pretty sweet and offbeat. Brilliantissimo! A great cover of the well-loved OutKast track. Enjoy the music.
And that’s about it for this week (and I hope not for the rest of the month). But I guess I’ll be back in a few weeks, for a short vacation. In the meantime, bask in the Christmas spirit. I for one am having a hard time having my Christmas going with my sweet grandma passing away [sad.. yes 😥 ], but I’ll try hard to have the best time this Christmas that I could have. Merry Christmas!
Such a Political Video, don’t you think?
Best. Video. Ever. I never liked the original nursery rhymes anyway. It’s really deadly… Kind of weird at the start but then you remember what mercury was like and you know they’re heading in a completely new direction with their videos… Anyone agree?
First up, Zodiac Cartel, who is a mystery producer from UK, gives that much needed heavy acid groove and old school rave kick out into total mayhem.
Next up is Skint’s Midfield General. Now this bass heavy remix clearly remeinds me of old and the Nitzer Ebb industrila grooves, muy caliente.
Closing this post is Montreal’s NROTB giving us their pounding version. I can literally feel my ears react to the sound. Kidding.