Monday, February 2, 2009

For your mp3 collection, part 23

taken by my brother at Coffee Dream Megamall

Antony and the Johnsons:"Another World"-is there no hope?
Blitzen Trapper:"Furr"-a story worth repeating
The Details:"Underground"-surprisingly not sad
Di Johnston:"Trite"-losing the fire
Last Exit Heidelberg:"Wehe Dir"-German pianoforte
Noah and the Whale:"5 Years Time"-hurray for indie pop
Odawas: "Harmless Lover's Discourse"-rich fusion
The Orchestral Movement of 1932: "At Summer Pond"-short and genre-defying
Round Mountain:"Maitreya"-fine farewell
Ruby Jean and the Thoughtful Bees:"You Don't Miss Me"
-tough girl
Vetiver:"Everyday"-morning song

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