Monday, April 10, 2006

Bag of goodies

Here's some good stuff from the folks at Team Clermont. Enjoy!

Final Fantasy: Arctic Circle
This is the latest from Final Fantasy's upcoming album He Poos Clouds. I like the simple sparness of "Arctic Circle." And according to Team Clermont, the song is about Dungeons and Dragons... something I know nothing about.

Hazard County Girls: InsectThe Hazard County Girls are ladies from New Orleans who show that the city still rocks. This track reminds me of The Breeders or other lovely rrriot girl stuff.

LYLAS: His Master's MerrimentLYLAS is drastically different than the Hazard County Girls. Team Clermont describe LYLAS' first full-length as "exceptionally well-produced and lovely chamber pop lark that recalls Donovan (in a good way) and Belle and Sebastian."

Candy Bars: Enough to Choke a Cold Air
In case you missed this mp3 from Candy Bars the first time around. "Enough to Choke a Cold Air" reminds me of classic Grant Lee Buffalo. Remember them? It must be the lead singer's scratchy voice that is forming the connection. This song is pretty close to perfect.

About: Strike You As the Enemy
About. Hand claps. Dig it.

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