Saturday, February 03, 2007

Fifteen more for SXSW...

Growing more and more restless for a chunk of official information from SXSW and being curious to hear some new tunes leads me to compile another list of acts that will most likely be here in March. That is unless the festival becomes too cool for anyone without "industry credentials" or who is unable to defacate potpourri-scented droppings from their rear-end, and the whole thing gets sucked into a black hole of elitism and snobiety.

But I digress.

Here's some tunes, from bands I picked at semi-random from those listed at DoneWaiting. The next question is, in what manner will I have to whore myself out to get a wristband?

Deerhunter: Atlanta, Georgia - Electronic
Deerhunter - Cryptograms

Psychedelic Horseshit: Columbus, Ohio - Rock
Psychedelic Horseshit - Quasar

Boris: Japan - Psychedelic rock/Drone
Boris with Michio Kurihara - Rainbow

The Broken West: Los Angeles - Indie rock
The Broken West - My Love is True

The Foundry Field Recordings: Columbia, Missouri - Shoegaze/Pop
The Foundry Field Recordings - Buy Sell Trade

Kings of Leon: Tennessee - Rock
Kings of Leon - On Call (new song)

The Good, the Bad and the Queen: London - Rock
The Good, the Bad and the Queen - History Song

The Ladybug Transistor: Brooklyn - Indie pop
The Ladybug Transistor - A Burial at Sea

Saturday Looks Good To Me: Detroit - Experimental pop
Saturday Looks Good To Me - Meet Me By The Water

Simian Mobile Disco: London - Electronic/Remix
Fans of Kate - Tape 23 (Simian Mobile Disco Remix)

Albert Hammond Jr. - New York - Rock/The Strokes
Albert Hammond Jr. - In Transit

El Jesus de Magico: Columbus, Ohio - Rock
El Jesus de Magico - Drinnin With Fern

Stephen Brodsky: Massachusetts - Rock
Stephen Brodsky - Concrete Random

Times New Viking: Columbus, Ohio - Rock/Noise
Downloads here

Imperial Teen: San Francisco - Pop
Downloads here


Carrie said...

Foundry Field recordings are from COLUMBIA, MISSOURI. Not Columbus.

Mr. Curiosity said...

Thanks for the correction..

Anonymous said...

also, if you wanna get technical, "buy/sell/trade" was released when they were still Billy Schuh and the Foundry.