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Friday, March 28, 2008

david bazan, flaming lips, rem, the walkmen, deertick, dean and britta, eddie vedder, british sea power, wye oak, bedhead, luna, pink floyd, george clinton and the pfunk all stars, raconteurs, stephen malkmus, queens of the stone age, mission of burma, jason molina, bob dylan with tom petty and the heartbreakers, the veils, stars, james amoeba, morrissey, the instruments, carla bozulich

Of Mirror Eye has Bedhead 4-20-98 and also the Kadane Brothers 11-10-01.

Ick Music has Bob Dylan with Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers 7-4-86.

Bradley's Almanac has Mission of Burma 1-20-08.

Music is Art has The Veils black session 10-30-06.

Kwaya Na Kisser has Morrissey's Viva Hate outtakes.

Good Bad Unknown has REM's unplugged session.

Bootlog has Stars on The Current 3-14-05 and 11-3-07.

To Die By Your Side has Queens of the Stone Age live acoustic session.

Deaf Indie Elephants has a collection of covers by The Flaming Lips.

Lullabyes has David Bazan live 3-15-08.

Southern Shelter has The Instruments 10-11-06.

WFMU Blog has Harvey Milk 3-15-08 and Carla Bozulich 3-15-08.

Captains Dead has Luna 6-12-99, Pink Floyd 1972, Jason Molina 11-21-07, George Clinton and the P-Funk All-Stars 10-7-99, and Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks 1-12-07.

Big O has REM 3-24-08

Daytrotter has The Walkmen and Deer Tick.

I am Fuel You are Friends has The Raconteurs 10-15-06 and Eddie Vedder rarities.

Pop Drivel has Dean and Britta 3-26-08 and British Sea Power 3-25-08.

Quarter Life Party has Wye Oak (formerly Monarch) 3-1-08.

James Ameoba's "Walrus Prison" is available as a free download.

Killing Pablo's "Quiet/Loud/Repeat" has been released in a silkscreened edition of 150 copies (label limited to 25 copies). Recorded with Sean Lynch at Muzzle Recording Co. in Olneyville, the tongue-firmly-in-cheek titled "quiet/loud/repeat" packs ten songs and assorted weird noises into just over 36 minutes. Think of a room of drunken fools trying to mix Crazy Horse with Mogwai and you'd be pretty close to describing it. More pop and less aggressive than their previous two releases. For fans of Built to Spill, Silkworm, Neil Young, Slint. Only $5.00 including S&H, you can order a copy at the 75orLess label website.

75orLess @ 5:03 AM

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in case you are new here....we post irregularly to our favorite links to rare and live music available for download. we do not link to lossless files, as we are half deaf ourselves. we also don't host any files, as we do not comprehend the technology. we simply stumble across this stuff and share the links. please support all the websites and bands that do all the real work getting this music into your ears. all the sites listed below have more great music and content. most of these links will go dead at some point so grab the music while you can.

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It's a reasonable question. The idea was born during our daily music chats, while discussing reviews we'd read. There was only one thing we consistently agreed on: they were too long. It seemed the point of how the music sounded and whether or not it was good was lost in an overlong mess of lyric quotes, personal accounts and a seemingly desperate attempt to fulfill a word count. Eventually someone said, "It's gotten to the point where if you can't say it in 75 words or less, you should shut the eff up". Within a week, 75orless.com was born. The best part about our limit is its reversal of typical music reviews. We limit the amount of words we use, and are not required to reach a number.

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