Saturday, April 25, 2009

The Weekly Sweep

  • A Classic Education - Best Regards [Myspace]
  • Au Revoir Simone - Shadows [live YouTube]
  • Brakes - Don't Take Me To Space (Man) [YouTube]
  • Broken Records - Until The Earth Begins To Part [Myspace]
  • Camera Obscura - Away With Murder
  • The Chapman Family - The Kids Are Not Alright [live YouTube]
  • Das Wanderlust - I Wish I Was A Robot [Myspace]
  • Ebony Bones - The Muzik [YouTube]
  • Future Of The Left - Arming Eritrea [Myspace]
  • The Heavy - Oh No! Not You Again! [Myspace]
  • Jeffrey Lewis And The Junkyard - Roll Bus Roll [live YouTube]
  • Lord Cut-Glass - Even Jesus Couldn't Love You [mp3 on The Pop Cop] (The new identity/incarnation of the Delgados' Alun Woodward; album out 22nd June)
  • Lucky Soul - Whoa Billy! [Myspace]
  • Meursault - William Henry Miller Pt. 1 [Myspace] (Edinburgh's multidisciplined wonders have a new EP, Nothing Broke, on the way)
  • Miles Benjamin Anthony Robinson - Buriedfed [YouTube] (Another full name user - middle names are the new 'and the', you'll see - Robinson is mates with Grizzly Bear and TV On The Radio, and they tend to choose carefully)
  • The Pains Of Being Pure At Heart - Young Adult Friction [Myspace]
  • Polka Party - Understanding Jessica [Myspace]
  • Rose Elinor Dougall - Start/Stop/Synchro [Myspace]
  • Sky Larkin - Antibodies [Vimeo]
  • We Were Promised Jetpacks - Quiet Little Voices [Myspace]

    In response to the many emails, comments and messages about where we've been for the last week... actually, there were none. We think we understand. Anyway, this is what we thought of My Maudlin Career, and you might want to dig around on there as we've covered the Wave Pictures and Brakes for TLOBF in the last week too.

    Rosie Fiona said...

    Someone still loves you,

    Boris Yeltsin

    anikainlondon said...

    nice picks :)

    Anonymous said...

    We were just playing hard to get :)

    Actually i'm sort of the other ay round on Brakes and Camera Obscura. Loved the last CO album but so far this one just sort of washes over me without really grapping the attention - whereas i think the Brakes record is truly excellent - again.