Archive for August, 2010

Posted in Uncategorized on August 23, 2010 by Seth Michael

Lets talk about the True Blood soundtrack for just one minute.

Holy shit.


Oh, hi

Posted in Music Video on August 19, 2010 by Seth Michael

Modern Kids

Posted in Album Review, Indie Pop, Rock with tags , , , , on August 14, 2010 by Seth Michael

Here’s the thing.

Arcade Fire The suburbs

This album is really good. Like, really good. No, seriously you should buy it. Perhaps that’s a little too much… no wonder I make a poor sales man. Regardless of my selling skills, the new Arcade Fire album is an ace in my books. I wasn’t in love with the fire’s second album Neon Bible, but I loved their first Funeral, and I feel like The Suburbs is a throw back to the Neon Bible days.

It’s just good I tell you.


The Sprawl II (Mountains Beyond Mountains)

Quit these pretentious things and just punch the clock

Madder Red

Posted in Music Video with tags , on August 12, 2010 by Seth Michael

Newest video from Yeasayer – Madder Red

Creep little thing in this vid, but Kristen Bell is easy on the easy.

Can’t seem to find the video on youtube or vimeo, so check it out at Guardian


Posted in Dream pop, Indie Pop with tags , , , on August 11, 2010 by Seth Michael


Headphones really do wonders for the musical experience. I have been hearing a lot of London singer Hannah Yadi and her demo Guillotine, but I never really thought much of the song. But then this morning with my headphones on and coffee in hand, I came across her Demo once again and decided to give it a listen. Turns out I need to listen on my headphones more often rather than these mediocre computer speakers. The raw emotion of Yadi’s vocals are quite apparent in this track, with similarities to Marina and the Diamonds. It’s a cheery pop anthem, that I’m sure many of you will enjoy.

Yadi – Guillotine (Demo)

It’s the revival

Posted in Blues, Rock on August 1, 2010 by Seth Michael

After a more than amazing email from my father outlining an epic 1968 encounter with Wilson Pickett, I was familiarized with some 1960/70’s garage rock bands. This email sent me out on a search for some of the less mainstream garage rock bands I was not familiar with

Luke and the Apostles was the band that stuck out the most in his email, a Toronto blues group consisting of Mike McKenna (Canadian guitar legend). The track ‘Make Me High’ almost brings me back to the early 70’s, an era I sometimes wish I was apart of.

Luke and the Apostles – You Make Me High

Luke and the Apostles – Not Far Off

Another Toronto Yorkville area band, The Ugly Ducklings are a band that have continued on throughout the decades releasing their most recent album in 2008. I’m partial to their early tunes.

The Ugly Ducklings – Just In Case You Wonder

The Ugly Ducklings – Nothin’

I’m sure there will be more added to this in the near future

Props to Garage Hangover for mp3’s and info