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  • A Note from The Editor
    Friday, February 2, 2007
    Apologies for the delays over the past week. We'll be returning for sure on Monday; Blogger's been terribly wonky over the past few days. Not our fault!

    But here are a few things to tide you over until we return next week.

    Tanya Donelly has posted a ton of demos from Belly's first album, and from her various solo albums. Is it possible for her music to be more haunting and beautiful? I recommend a visit to these songs.

    Have you downloaded the Earlies Secret Broadcast? It won't be around for long, my friends.

    I've recently fallen in love with the music of Dora Flood. Visit their website and you can download all of their previous albums for free! Plus, they have a new album out in a few weeks' time, and it's totally worth your attention.

    A Sunny Day In Glasgow. 'Nuff said.

    I freaked out when I discovered that the wonderful Rosie Thomas was once the lead singer of Velour 100! Never even knew that. Velour 100 was sooo long ago, I guess I just plain forgot.

    The whole "blipster" thing is stupid.

    I've been reading The Grand Old Opry: The Making of an American Icon. While it's not a completely academic work, and there are some rather obvious gaps in its history--I'd personally like to read more about the lesser-known acts, as opposed to the stars--nevertheless it is quite enjoyable, and is interesting read.

    It's cold outside, and I have Stars Of The Lid to keep me cold. Their new album is amazing....

    Have a good weekend, stay warm, keep safe, see ya on Monday!

    posted by joseph kyle @ 10:38 AM  
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