Saturday, February 25, 2012
At the new Little Axe record store/show space. Event thing here. Early show. 7 til 10.
Lee makes beautiful drone pop and runs No Kings. Inez Lightfoot is a favorite from the mighty Stunned label. It's gonna be good!
See you there!
Sunday, February 19, 2012
Mole House - Hey Come My Way 7" - Quemada
My current favorite record at Eggy HQ, Mole House is a new project from Mickey Zulicki of Mad Nanna, Silk Ears and the Albert's Basement label. Very classic lo-fi pop, somewhere between the hazy melancholy of early Galaxie 500 and the off-kilter shamble of the Garbage and the Flowers at their most gentle. Lots of guitar jangle and sing-speaking, lyrics about life things. Three songs, all good, all understated and unpretentious. This one is really hitting home right now, wish I had more records like it. $7
Mad Nanna - I Hit The Wall 7" - Quemada
With releases coming at a steady clip from these guys, the quality is unflagging, and in fact, I Hit The Wall is something of surprise -- breaking from the unsettling bleakness of If I Don't Sleep Tonight the two cuts here are, well, quite catchy and quite straight. It was always true of Mad Nanna that the songs themselves were excellent -- they just happened to be played in such a manner that they barely held together. Here the band are really just being a pop band and it's great. Not slick or anything, just playing the songs well and clearly. And the songs are good -- one is good and the other is great. Highly recommended! $7
Saturday, February 11, 2012
The Woolen Men - The Hair Of The Night - Eggy 35
Something of a mission statement from the Woolen Men, who -- five tapes in -- put the last touches on the formula they've been honing for the last few years and gear up for LP land. That formula: 1/3 pop music, 1/3 60s music, 1/3 post-punk. Two cover songs anchor the tape; one a lost power-pop gem from the Flamin' Groovies early 90s comeback album and the other a garage-psych one-off from a British band called the Fairytale. Add to that the doom-y punk of "Still Running" and the Beatles-y "Wick Is Sick" and the World of the Woolen Men starts to take shape. Their most realized work to date, 200 pro-dubbed, clear-yellow tapes with glittery sleeves, $5.
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And it's also available in the modern world via bandcamp here.
Wednesday, February 8, 2012
Albums of any kind (of photographs, postcards, postage stamps, etc.).
Articles of platinum or gold; jewelry; and other valuable articles unless sent as insured Priority Mail International parcels.
Haberdashery and sewn articles of any kind, including trimmings and lace; handkerchiefs; scarves; shawls, needlework including stockings and gloves; bonnets, caps, and hats of any kind.
Postage stamps in sealed or unsealed First-Class Mail International shipments.