December 2012

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Amy Allison – Drinking Through Christmas
(via Radio Free Song Club)

Recently recorded in the midst of show Number 26: Boxing Day Edition, live recording at the Maid’s Room, NYC with the Radio Free All Stars: Amy Allison, vocals and guitar; JD Foster, bass; David Mansfield, mandolin; Dave Schramm, electric guitar; Timothy Hill, piano; Paul Moschella, drums; Shop Girl Songs (BMI) Administered by Bug Music.

Recorded live at The Living Room for the program “18 with a Bullet”, with Radio Free All Stars David Mansfield, Jeremy Chatzky, Dave Schramm, Mark Spencer, and Paul Moschella.

Schnauzer Radio Orchestra

Basta Music‘s new signee, Dutch based studio artist, Schnauzer Radio Orchestra a.k.a. Rob Geboers will release the debut full-length early 2013. The album is described as a combination of video-game-music, exotica, big band swing, and vinyl loops on his blog.

Schnauzer Radio Orchestra – Winterwonderland Christmas stylophone feature

Sister Sister (Meredith & Joel Atkinson) just recorded a beautiful take on the classic Skeeter Davis heart smasher, “The End of the World”!

Thanks to Flannelgraph Records. Available on its bandcamp, HERE. Also… their previous single featuring ‘You Didn’t Have To Be So Nice’ (The Lovin’ Spoonful cover) is available, HERE.

written by Arthur Kent & Sylvia Dee
orginally recorded by Skeeter Davis
released 20 December 2012
recorded by Sister Sister (Meredith & Joel Atkinson), December 2012

“Star Over,” a Hometapes holiday album
FREE (at its bandcamp) with the option to DONATE any amount to Smallwater and their efforts to rebuild the Rockaway, NY community in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy.

Thirty-five tracks that travel through time, space, and the past few years of Hometapes holiday albums, Star Over is the music we’re listening to as we close our eyes, grab your hand, and step off the cliff edge of 2012. Juxtaposed in new ways — and including brand new additions by Chris Rosenau (also of Collections of Colonies of Bees & Volcano Choir), The Caribbean (a collaboration with Insect Factory), Keith Sunset (also of CYNE), and Sunless (Hometapes’ own Adam Heathcott) — these songs are the recipe for the sunrise and sunset of the hardest and best year of our lives. –Hometapes

The Color Wheel (2011)
written by Carlen Altman and Alex Ross Perry
produced and directed by Alex Ross Perry


The Color Wheel Film annonce

Town and Country, December 15th, 2002
Jim Dorling, Ben Vida, Liz Payne and Josh Abrams

Sea Lions, led by Adrian Pillado, are a group of friends who play music together from Oxnard, CA. Their Slumberland Records debut full-length “Everything You Always Wanted To Know About Sea Lions But Were Afraid To Ask” (2011, LP/CD) is available, HERE (USA) and HERE (on Cassette Tape via Burger Records), also via Violet and Claire (JPN). And Sea Lions / Teen Runnings (from Tokyo) split tape is available NOW via Neotomic Records, HERE.

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