Hello Remix :: Cold War (Wallpaper Remix) – Morning Benders

This is a seriously fantastic remix of Morning Benders’ “Cold War” by Wallpaper.

Listen here

And then go and download it here. While you’re there check out the song “Go Grab a Stranger”. It’s awesome, of course.

If that isn’t enough for you to handle, the Morning Benders will be playing in Georgia next week, twice! First in Atlanta at Center Stage on Thursday, June 10 (Sold Out!) and then in Athens at the 40 Watt on Friday, June 11 (Tickets are still available, purchase over the phone at School Kids). Both shows are with Broken Bells.

Vampire Weekend :: Two doses of awesome

Alright, so I love Rancid. I really love Rancid. And I really love Vampire Weekend. When the two are put together, it just makes it that much better. I’m not too sure how I didn’t know about this until about 20 minutes ago, but nonetheless here it is. Vampire Weekend doing a fantastic cover of one or my favorite Rancid songs, ‘Ruby Soho’.
Ruby Soho (Rancid Cover)
You can get a link to the download from Abeano music blog.

But wait, there’s more! Vampire Weekend has also released a music video for “Giving Up The Gun”. The video is directed by The Malloys and features cameos from Joe Jonas of the Jonas Brothers, Jake Gyllenhaal, Lil’ Jon and RZA of the Wu-Tang Clan.

SASQUATCH! :: Awesome Alert

I can’t believe I am just now posting something about this. Anyway, Sasquatch Festival in Washington state is going to be so awesome. I want to go so bad, but I live on the other side of the country and I’m broke. If you have the means or live in or near Quincy, WA, you need to go. And then report back on how freaking awesome it was.

So without further ado, the line up:
My Morning Jacket
Massive Attack
Pavement << FAVORITE!
Ween
Vampire Weekend << They will be in Atlanta in April at the Tabernacle.
MGMT
Band of Horses
The National <<
LCD Soundsystem <<
Tegan & Sara
Broken Social Scene
Passion Pit <<
Deadmau5
She & Him << Will be in Savannah next month.
Public Enemy <<
Nada Surf <<
The New Pornographers <<
The Hold Steady <<
The xx << SO GOOD! They’ll also be in Atlanta next month!
Dirty Projectors
OK Go
Drive By Truckers
Kid Cudi << Huge crush!
The Long Winters
Minus the Bear
The Mountain Goats
Quasi
Camera Obscura << LOVE THEM! Saw them at the 40 Watt. Check out my photos!
Fruit Bats
Brother Ali
Midlake <<
Dr. Dog
Caribou
Simian Mobile Disco
City & Colour
No Age
The Temper Trap
Vetiver
Miike Snow
Portugal. The Man
Telekinesis
Mayer Hawthorne
Why?
Girls << LOVE THEM SO MUCH! They just did an in-store @ Criminal Records and played The EARL.
Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros <<
Wale <<
The Lonely Forest
Japandroids
Boys Noize
Yacht
Freelance Whales
Laura Marling
Patrick Watson
Past Lives
Cymbals Eat Guitars
The Low Anthem
The Very Best <<
Phantogram
Neon Indian <<
Nurses
The Tallest Man on Earth
Fresh Espresso
Mumford & Sons
Jets Overhead
tUnE-YarDs
Shabazz Palaces
Fool’s Gold
Morning Teleportation
Z-Trip
Dam-Funk
Hudson Mohawke
The Middle East <<
Local Natives <<
Avi Buffalo
Booka Shade
A-Trak
Yes Giantess
Craig Robinson
Rob Riggle
Garfunkel & Oates << HILARIOUS!
Luke Burbank
…and more to come!

So tickets are $70 for a single day (Feb. 20-May 23), per day and discounted 3-day passes are $170 (only available through Sunday, Feb. 21 at midnight. You better get ‘em fast!). Tickets go on sale at this rate on Saturday, Feb. 20. Single day tickets go up to $80 a day on May 24 until May 28. And the day of the show, single day tickets are $86 per day.
Follow Sasquatch Festival on Twitter and be their fan on Facebook!

Phoenix covers Dylan :: Awesome Alert

I think this is great. Everyone’s favorite French and oh so cute band Phoenix has covered Bob Dylan’s “Sad Eyed Lady of The Lowlands”. I must say, it’s pretty incredible. If you haven’t heard, you need to and if you haven’t downloaded for free, YES FREE, you need to. Now.
Listen here.
Sad Eyed Lady of The Lowlands
And then download it on Think Indie, the best place to download all of your indie faves. This song was performed at a session for German Magazine Musikexpress.

Click on the picture to go to Phoenix’s website.
You can also follow Phoenix on Twitter!