Episode 107. mp3. cue. Released January 01, 2009.

The first episode of 2009 and the first episode featuring brand new fractionized length! Content-wise wes is tying up some loose ends of 2008. And you know when the last episode is all dancing and electronics that you’re soon due for some REAL pounding drums and some scratchy guitars and bellowed vocals. So today it gets down pretty gritty at first but it does mellow out to the middle and eventually even betrays faint whiffs of synth-pop, chamber-pop and doo-wop.

Fuck Buttons / Sweet Love for Planet Earth / Street Horrrsing (2008)
Grails / Predestination Blues / Doomsdayer’s Holiday (2008)
Snowman / We Are The Plague / The Horse, The Rat And The Swan (2008)
Holy Fuck / Royal Gregory / LP (2007)

Fucked Up / Son the Father / The Chemistry of Common Life (2008)
Love Is All / New Beginnings / A Hundred Things Keep Me Up At Night (2008)
Thomas Function / Snake In The Grass / Thomas Function (2008)

The Gaslight Anthem / Great Expectations / The ’59 Sound (2008)
The Rural Alberta Advantage / Don’t Haunt This Place / Hometowns (2008)

Okkervil River / Lost Coastlines / The Stand-Ins (2008)
The Week That Was / The Airport Line / The Week That Was (2008)
Department Of Eagles / No One Does It Like You / In Ear Park (2008)
Brian Eno & David Byrne / Strange Overtones / Everything That Happens Will Happen Today (2008)


  1. Posted January 9, 2009 at 20:59 | Permalink

    Yo, yo, yo…
    Damon, I’ve enjoyed this “slimmed down” version. Perfect length to provide a soundtrack to my coffee-drinking and news-reading in bed this fine Saturday morning in my new diggs!

  2. Russ
    Posted January 20, 2009 at 14:10 | Permalink

    I’m sorry, I gotta disagree with this “Kristen” lady, whoever she is. I want the long episodes. The longer the better. The longer the better. The longer the better. The longer the better. The longer the better…

  3. damon
    Posted January 29, 2009 at 1:07 | Permalink

    Hey Russ.. I know you liked them long bloated things of old (hey I gotta get behind my new branding) but I hope you do notice that the short guys flow into one another seamlessly!

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