"Anita Korea" is the latest offering from Nomen Novum, aka David Norbery. Taken from the album If You Look For It, It's There, the song seems to be the conduit for some pretty heavy existential ish. But according to Norbery, it's all in the eye of the beholder. "It's about being in a sort of frozen state; working at a dull job while time passes you by - wanting to turn your passion into an actual career, but being crippled by fear of failure, embarrassment, debt, whatever. In the video, the demon catches up to me and I end up back at my desk, but I like to think I'm in the lead."
"Hellen Keller" is a smoothed-out new single from W.I.C.'s upcoming album, We Invented Cool, and it's a dirty one. As DJ Capeeton Mudfish says, "If your prudish, you might want to skip on it ..." ... But you'd have to be really prudish to start raising stink over this one. Album release party at The Drunken Unicorn on Wed., Feb. 29.
“Belated” is a new demo by Feast of Violet, aka Allen Taylor that’s sort of like watching an experiment unfold. “Not sure if it's going to end up on an album or not,” says Taylor. “I wanted to write a whole song in one sitting, and make it a love song for Valentine's day, and put it out immediately, or as soon as I was happy with it, for better or for worse. I don't know if it fits in with the album I'm working on now,” he adds. “It’s kind of a musical journal entry or something for 2/13/2012. Very influenced by practicing with Lotus Plaza.”
Nashville has more dive bars than ATL now that sucks. tbh i think that new…
*Christ, Lord sorry
"Punk" style like this seems like it is the polar opposite of punk. Bradford Cox…
They're kind of starting to look like a joke of themselves. Song's good though.