Monthly Archives: March 2011

Hhymn brings the folk rock

Now that all that buzz has died down, I can go back to enjoying the folksy awesomeness of Mumford and Sons. With the grey weather we had last week in SF and in preparation for an upcoming UK adventure;

Posted in Hhymn | Leave a comment

Lawn Knives

Spring has reluctantly come to SF today. In honor of the sun’s return, I’ve been jamming to some happy muzak courtesy of Gobble Gobble. While I have yet to see them live, rumor has it they put on an intense show … Continue reading

Posted in Gobble Gobble | Leave a comment

Worlds Collide in Seattle

The oh-so-hip roomie and I were chatting the other night about must attend concerts over the next couple weeks, and apparently April 11th presents several conflicts.  She mentioned a Danish group Oh Land, is playing at Chop Suey and wanted … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | 1 Comment


They are named after ‘Reptar’ in the Rugrats cartoon. They are described as “furious pop music, like Isaac Brock fronting Passion Pit under the watchful eye of 

Posted in Reptar | Leave a comment

Fusion Tossers FTW

A couple of weeks ago my girl Ace sent me the following vid from Star Slingers.  Mornin’ is a new song for an artist I discovered earlier this year with their Rogue Cho Pa album, which has a lot of … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

Helena Beat

So while its a violation of the ‘High Fidelity’ rules of making a mixtape (which totally applies to blogging as well, right?) I need to urge everyone to listen to Foster the People right now.

Posted in Foster The People | Leave a comment


“The Detective Agency,” as they would be called in the States, put out their first album in 2008, Wermland, and I have to say I’m a big, big fan. The first time I heard Detektivbyrån, I thought I was listening to something … Continue reading

Posted in French, Uncategorized | Tagged , , | Leave a comment