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Posted on 2nd Oct at 11:12 AM, with 2 notes

This is off the newest EP we’ve released. It’s only $3, and it’s fuckin’ rad. 

Posted on 2nd Oct at 11:04 AM, with 3 notes
Born to be Mild is one of the best albums I’ve heard in a really, really, long time. 
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Born to be Mild is one of the best albums I’ve heard in a really, really, long time. 

Posted on 2nd Oct at 10:55 AM, with 3 notes
Femignome’s Dark Powers EP is currently available. 
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Femignome’s Dark Powers EP is currently available

Posted on 4th Aug at 8:58 AM

Born To Be Mild is the product of noted immortal, amoral giant Cameron Gregory Austin’s project The Shepherde’s . The Shepherde’s grew out of Mr. Austin’s previous project My Father’s Rifle , and while there are plenty of stylistic similarities, The Shepherde’s marks a new and better direction in his music.

Posted on 4th Aug at 8:38 AM

The Shepherde’s - Thorn in your Side 

Folk Punk. Beautiful gritty folk punk. 

Posted on 21st Feb at 1:27 PM, with 1 note

andrewlistens:

Deerhunter - Monomania - Full album 

The newest release from deerhunter. More straightforward, kind of Lennon-y in places. great album. 

listen to it. listen to it. 

Full Album from marietta native Bradford Cox’s band Deerhunter. 

Take some time with this one. 

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Posted on 9th Feb at 9:06 PM, with 1 note

It’s a beautiful Day - Wasted union blues 

Hendrix style fuzz guitar, plus a violin? Sure, why the hell not. 

These guys were regulars at the filmore, and a corner stone of the San Francisco sound. 

If you like that kind of thing, you owe it to yourself to check this out. So good. 

Posted on 9th Feb at 9:04 PM, with 1 note

It’s a Beautiful Day - White Bird 

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Posted on 9th Feb at 9:02 PM, with 1 note

Speaking of channeling Janis, 

here is Grootna, singing “That’s what you get” 

It sounds like Janis singing with the grateful dead. 

If that doesn’t sound appealing to you, maybe we shouldn’t be friends. ;-) 

Posted on 9th Feb at 8:57 PM, with 1 note

The Blues Magoos cover Elvis’ Heartbreak Hotel

Not as much psychedelic freakout as “Never goin’ back to Georgia”, this is still wilder and heavier than anything Elvis would have released.

The simple piano introduction belies the raw, wild, crazy power that opens up later in the song. 

The lead singer wails in a way that very few male artists have ever managed, almost as if he is channeling Ms. Joplin. 

Then there is a marimba? 

I don’t know. It’s crazy, but it’s a great cover. It’s a great track.

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