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Friday, February 08, 2008

the smiths, tom petty, feist, vampire weekend, interpol, of montreal, black mountain, arcade fire, jeff buckley, oh no oh my, sufjan stevens, vic chestnutt, lambchop, herman dune, josh rouse, de novo dhal, cat power, thermals, guided by voices, ted leo, bob mould, nada surf, white stripes, emmylou harris, barry gibb, tom ze with tortoise

Southern Shelter has Vic Chestnutt live 2-2-08.

Ick Music has Tom Petty live 5-18-90.

Daytrotter has Thermals session. Aside from having an incredible colleciton of archives, You Aint No Picasso also has links to On No Oh My Daytrotter appearance.

Funeral Pudding has Vampire Weekend 2-4-08.

Kwana Na Kisser has Feist 9-20-07.

Deaf Indie Elephants has Feist and Cat Power live (not together).

You can find some rare Sufjan Stevens at both Ulke Doof.

Indie Muse.

Captains Dead has Guided By Voices 8-16-95, Arcade Fire 2-17-07, lambchop 12-12-06, Pearl Jam 11-3-96 and Jeff Buckley 12-31-95.

Pop Drivel has Bob Mould 2-4-08, Black Mountain 2-1-08, Nada Surf 1-30-08, Herman Dune Peel Sessions, and Ted Leo 1-23-08.

Rawkblog has the complete Smiths Peel Sessions.

My Old Kentucky Blog has Josh Rouse on Acoustic Cafe.

Large Hearted Boy finds De Novo Dahl Lounge Session.

Big O cracked open the archives for White Stripes 6-14-07, Lambchop 7-2-04,
Tom Ze with Tortoise on KCRW 5-27-99, Barry Gibb's 1970 unreleased The Kid's No Good album, and Emmylou Harris' Wrecking Ball demos and outtakes.

Broadcaster House has Of Montreal 2-6-07.

Farenheit has Interpol's Eden Sessions.

von Doom "The Universe" is now available. Pure power pop for aging effete moderns, rock oracle von Doom erupts onto the 21st century's late first decade rock scene with sonic aplomb. Their debut disc, aptly titled The Universe is a mix of aesthetics, Latin roots, the state of the art, and psychedelic effrontery. Navigating the treacherous void surrounding us all, von Doom's requiem for humanity floats above the fray, all the while forging a path straight through your ear-fields. You can listen to the track Gravitational Pull and order your copy at the label website.

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