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Tagged with “music” (15)

  1. Chatelaine / Toni Halliday: Oh Daddy

    Artist: Chatelaine Track: Oh Daddy Album: Take a Line For a Walk (2010)

    This is a track from the musical project called Chatelaine, comprised of Toni Halliday (the former Curve band frontwoman), and songwriter Louise Dowd.

    If you like the track, and have some money to spare, please consider purchasing the album, available here: http://www.chatelainemusic.com

    and on iTunes: http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/take-a-line-for-a-walk/id376760036

    Note: This video is for promotional purposes only. No copyright infringements intended.

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    Original video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XwrlSJaNmcg
    Downloaded by http://huffduff-video.snarfed.org/

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  2. Public Service Broadcasting on KEXP

    Public Service Broadcasting make their first visit to the KEXP studio to perform songs off their 2013 LP, "Inform - Educate - Entertain." The London duo blend samples from British archival film footage through dense, but groovy instrumental music. Recorded 2/23/2014 - 4 songs:

    1. London Can Take It,
    2. Signal 30,
    3. Spitfire,
    4. Everest.

    http://feeds.kexp.org/kexp/liveperformances

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  3. Metal Heart by Cat Power

    from the album Jukebox.

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  4. Arcade Fire cover Maps

    From http://www.huffduffer.com/si/315

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  5. Independent Room

    Fugazi vs. Destiny’s Child.

    From http://www.partyben.com/downloads/

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  6. The Phenomenal Handclap Band - 15 to 20

    Such a lovely little song - think LCD Soundsystem with a dash of early CSS.

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  7. Animal Collective - My Girls

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  8. Ghosts by Money Can’t Buy Msuic

    Story-based electronic folk pop from the Gordon ‘ballboy’ McIntyre and Maja Mångård.

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  9. Fleet Foxes - He Doesn’t Know Why

    This lot are all the rage. They are fairly charmingly folky (in a good way), with hints of Arcade Fire and Mercury Rev.

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  10. Deerhunter - Nothing Ever Happened

    Top notch this, really drives along. From the album ‘Microcastle.’

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