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Off to Michigan for the girlfriend’s graduation from the University of Wolverines. I’m excited to see the Angel’s play on the road for only the second time. (The first doesn’t really count as it has been against the Dodgers. ) Everyone else is probably sweating it out in Coachella right now. Cialis cost sorry i’m missing dwight yoakam on saturday.

From the yet to be released cover album on Sub Pop. I am a fan of but have seen a different side of the duo on these tracks. The brute force energy is still very apparent but they do put in remarkable diversity with the song selection and vocals especially. I’m not sure this is a band we will still be discussing as relevant in even 5 years but you cialis cost never know, stranger things have happened. Support the local LA bands.

Single from . Very true to the first album, FYI that is a very good thing. I’ve only had the pleasure of seeing one song of hers live as we got to the Sufjan Steven’s show late two years ago. I can only imagine how much better it has gotten over that time. The song writing has matured though I think the playfulness in some [cialis cost] of the tracks comes through even more so than her last release.

I caught the last half of Fuck Button’s opening set for Caribou last night at the El Rey. They were good and had enough energy for the room but I still find it hard to see this kind of music in a live setting without wanting to laugh at the DJ bobbing away on stage. In typical hipster fashion no one was moving (me included) and I think a lot of people were shocked and didn’t really know what to think. Then came Caribou. I was initially a little put off as the drummer is put at the front of the stage and he took over the sound. For the first three songs cialis cost, Melody Day included, drums were the dominant force on stage and the vocals were a distant 4th. This as disappointing but by the middle of the set I was much more engaged. There is no banter between songs, usually a negative for me when they don’t, but the music seemed to warrant no explanations. The drum offs were a welcome surprise as I’d never seen the band live and thus had no idea what to expect. I’m not sure I need to see them live again but I did see a band that truly enjoys playing live.

I’ve been on a Garth Brooks kick as of late. I know, it isn’t something I like to discuss in public forums so please keep this between you and me Mr. Interweb. I posted this song just to give another modern country radio cliche a little room to breath. This being the “I’m a hard working American who doesn’t want to support no free loaders! Let’s get drunk and yell about it!” A fun song none the less and one that definitely brings back fond memories of 30 min car rides to town in the summer.


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