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Reverend Horton Heat - “Mad, Mad Heart”

eleventomidnight:

So tired of white male music, so I’m digging on Valerie June today.

45-revolutions:

The Dream Syndicate- Tell Me When It’s Over

Paisley underground forever!

RIYL: Rain Parade, Game Theory, etc

n3rdwolf:

Capital Cities - Holiday (Madonna Cover)

Labor Day is nearly here, everybody. Celebrate.

Searching for a title with Needle Party!!! host George Meyer.

nicolaslamoureux:

'Kishi Bashi - Bittersweet Genesis for Him AND Her'. Reality.

jamescarnes:

The story behind Donnie & Joe Emerson’s 1977 lost classic album, Dreamin’ Wild. If you’ve never heard of these guys, check out their spooky lost love song “Baby" or the 2012 cover of "Baby" by Ariel Pink’s Haunted Graffiti.

NPR:

This is no one-tracker — the entire album is remarkably diverse and listenable — but the ballad “Baby” rises above the rest. Maybe it’s the buttery background croons, maybe it’s the earnest simplicity of the lyrics — more mumbled than sung at times — but “Baby” has an almost atmospheric grace to it despite also sounding like the exact kind of song a pair of teenage boys might riff on in their living room studio, visions of rock stardom dancing beneath their feathered hair. In 2008, record blogger Jack Fleischer came across a copy of Dreamin’ Wild in Missoula, Montana, took it home and wrote about it. Within months, it became a cult hit amongst other collectors, and the Emersons suddenly began fielding queries from around the country for original copies of the LP. This month, the L.A.-based reissue label, Light in the Attic, re-released the album for mass consumption. It took 30 years but the Emerson brothers finally have their hit record.

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