Archives for: September 2007
The Signal's reputation for eclecticism and odd foreign language covers goes unchallenged with our latest installment. We got some African highlife/indie rock hybrid action, some funk, lots of electronic sounds, a Thai band, some punk and a monkey-barrel full of good times. Sans monkeys.
By now, you probably know the deal. The link is live for a limited amount of time. The tracks are in the id3 tag. Commentary that refuses to name any artists is after the cut, to avoid being Google-bait.
Hey, all. Do you folks want links to places to download individual songs I've found and like, even though they'll probably end up in a Signal mix? Is there any value, to you faithful readers, in knowing where to get the singles ahead of time?
90 minutes of live Joanna Newsom, recorded at The First Unitarian Church Sanctuary in Philadelphia, PA. She plays four songs from Milk-Eyed Mender, then the entire Ys album. The videographer was in the front row, center.
There are hundreds of reasons to love theremins. Here is the hundred-and-first.