DeSoto

Channels

Label: DeSoto
Genre: Punk, Rock

Shan is getting married, right? (Sure it's in June, but hey, let's start celebrating now!) According to Webster's, a chivaree is a noisy mock serenade to a newly married couple, made by banging pans and kettles. It's also this tight new track from Channels, another project featuring Jawbox frontman J. Robbins. So there you go. Happy wedding, Shan!

Chivaree [MP3, 4.2MB, 451kbps]

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Posted by joe on 02.17.05 | Comments (2) | Buy from Amazon, Insound
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The Dismemberment Plan

Label: DeSoto
Genre: Experimental, Pop

After ten years of recording their own spastic, elastic brand of pop, The Dismemberment Plan "open sourced" 11 of their songs and let the public have at them in a sort of remix-off. Some notable — and wildly eclectic — results were released on last fall's swan song, A People's History of The Dismemberment Plan. Me? I can't decide between the breakneck bricolage of "Pay for the Piano" (featuring cameos by Elvis Costello's "Pump It Up") or the strolling mash-up of "Superpowers" (built on the guitar line from the Faces' "Ooh La La").

Academy Award (Cex Remix) [MP3, 5.6MB, 160kbps]
Pay for the Piano (Grandmaster Incongruous Remix) [MP3, 2.5MB, 160kbps]
What Do You Want Me To Say? (Drop Dynasty Remix) [MP3, 4.3MB, 192kbps]
Superpowers (Erik Gundal Remix) [MP3, 5.8MB, 192kbps]

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Posted by sam on 08.05.04 | Comments (1) | Buy from Amazon, Insound
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