What’s Spinning

by | May 12, 2007

I’ve been buying and listening to a ton of new music. You might say I’m doing my part to keep the economy afloat.

  • “A Weekend In the City” by Bloc Party
  • “I’ll Be Here Awake” by Arthur Yoria
  • “What I’ve Seen” by Dan Rockett
  • “Short Goodbyes” by Dave Pellicciaro
  • “Get Yr Blood Sucked Out” by Viva Voce
  • “The Nature of Maps” by Matt Pond PA
  • “Live in Montana” by Meat Puppets
  • “Change In the Weather” by Eric Lindell
  • “Welcome to Haiti – Creole 101” by Wyclef Jean
  • “Live at the Old Quarter, Houston, Texas” by Townes Van Zandt
  • “Substance” by New Order
  • “Rumor and Sigh” by Richard Thompson
  • “The Duhks” by The Duhks
  • “No Depression” by Uncle Tupelo
  • “West” by Lucinda Williams
  • “Friend Opportunity” by Deerhoof
  • “23” by Blonde Redhead
  • “Rose Hill Drive” by Rose Hill Drive
  • “How We Operate” by Gomez
  • “Hopes and Fears” by Keane
  • “Be He Me” by Annuals
  • “Alive & Wired” by Old 97s
  • “America Master Series: Best of the Sugar Hill Years” by Guy Clark
  • “Cassadaga” by Bright Eyes
  • “Beyond” by Dinosaur Jr.
  • “Let’s Just Be” by Joseph Arthur & The Lonely Astronauts
  • “Another Fine Day” by Golden Smog
  • “Hello, Dear Wind” by Page France
  • “Because of the Times” by Kings of Leon
  • “Elko” by Railroad Earth
  • “Chinatown” by The Be Good Tanyas
  • “Live at Massey Hall 1971” by Neil Young

There’s a lot to discuss with a list like this. Too much for one post. Especially when you consider I’ve also been buying EPs (via iTunes) from bands like Wolf Parade, Coldplay, Sun Kil Moom, Josh Rouse, Jesse Malin, Two Gallants, Orenda Fink, Tapes ‘n’ Tapes, Klaxons, The Kooks, The Kills, The Rakes, The Radio Dept., Earl Greyhound, Beirut, Souls She Said, Yo La Tengo, The Rapture, The Good, The Bad & The Queen, Amos Lee, Ray LaMontagne and Tokyo Police Club.