Archive for March, 2009

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Mar
09

Never Wait to Download Music Again

Here is an add on for Firefox that allows you to skip all unnecessary screens. I just got it and it works great. Iskp that isht.

A free Firefox add-on that lets you skip all the clicking and waiting on sites like RapidShare, Zshare, MegaUpload, and Sharebee. Your downloads start instantly. Never read a music blog without it.

http://skipscreen.com/

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31
Mar
09

New! Charles Hamilton – The Dead Zone (Standouts + Whole)


Here are a few standouts from Charles’ latest project plus a link to the whole thing. And that picture above is the real cover art, even though it looks like it could be one of my 2 minute Paint masterpieces. Charles, I hope you didn’t pay someone to do that.

Charles Hamilton – Rachel’s Place

Charles Hamilton – Strangers With Candy

Charles Hamilton – But Me Made This Song

Download Charles Hamilton: The Dead Zone

31
Mar
09

The Killers Cover Bright Eyes’ "Four Winds"


I was waiting to see if the mp3 was gonna turn up, but apparently this is going to be part of the “Spaceman” single package. Stereogum said of this cover “the Killers make Bright Eyes sound like the Killers. For fans of the Killers. Not of Bright Eyes.” So for fans of the Killers, check it out above. For fans of Bright Eyes, check the original below.

Bright Eyes – Four Winds

31
Mar
09

Video! 1/2 Price, the Legless Rapper


Hahha wait until 3:05 to see a rowdy, legless man in a refrigerator handing out beer. Look at him jumping all over the place. The ladies love him. Does he even… nevermind.

Jim said…

What he lacks in legs, he makes up for in outrageousness!

31
Mar
09

One For the Team – "Questions and Panthers"


From the opening chords of One For the Team‘s Build A Garden (out today, buy that shit here) I knew I was going to be in for a treat. Then the ghostly “oooh wi oooooooh”s come in and I think I actually cracked a smile. Everything on Build A Garden fits perfectly. I love songs that are “right now” (like singers getting their M.I.A. impersonation on, or producers trying to replicate “A Milli” without getting called on it), but even more I love songs that are timeless. Songs that are harder to bunch with a group of others from a similar time or genre. One For the Team has created a collection of songs that wouldn’t be out of place on a mix with tracks from the Beatles’ White Album, The Pixies’ Doolittle, or Neutral Milk Hotel’s In An Aeroplane Over the Sea. The hardest part of this for me was choosing a song to post. I think my favorite from Build A Garden is the title track, but I decided to post “Questions and Panthers”, because like an album opener should be, it’s a great starting point.

One For the Team – Questions and Panthers

31
Mar
09

New! Dizzee Rascal – Bonkers (Prod. Armand Van Helden)


Here’s a new one from UK emcee Dizzee Rascal with house producer Armand Van Helden on the beat. I was hoping Dizzee would embrace being bonkers on this one, but instead he insists “I’m just livin’ my life, there’s nothing crazy about me”. He does say that all he cares about is sex and violence, though. Me too!

Dizzee Rascal – Bonkers (Prod. Armand Van Helden)

31
Mar
09

New! Sharam ft. Kid Cudi – She Came Along


Sometimes you can see shit coming, sometimes you are caught a little off guard, and sometimes shit jumps out of a tree all dressed in camoflage, puts a bucket over your head, and rolls you down a hill. I guess there was talk of this one when it was in the making, but I hadn’t heard about it until it hit my ear drum. It is off of Sharam’s debut album, Get Wild. It features a sample from Patsy Cline’s “Strange”. It also features vocals by Kid Cudi. Big thanks to DatNewCudi.

Sharam ft. Kid Cudi – She Came Along