Lapaglia + FiF & Weed + No Age + Hecker

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Joe Lapaglia is a native of Niagara Falls that has made me realize I should dip into more of this dark experimental folk. The fusion of folk and drone is soo appealing, it keeps things interesting when you listen to his album, you get a sense of how tense he wants you to feel after a string of his lyrics, grab a free song here from his LP.

Foxes In Fiction and Weed team up for a cross country(Vancouver – Toronto) cover to make Katy Perry’s hit single a lo-fi bedrock must have, download it here for free.

I liked No Age live more than on record, their new LP gets me excited to see what they do next on stage. This additional ethereal intro in Sorts should hopefully grab new ears for the bands already impressive recent success.

I gush over new Tim Hecker, its the most interesting noise in my opinion, to be able to grab this one track off iTunes for just $.99 is just robbery.

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Agustín says:

September 29, 2010 at 8:20 pm

When Joe Lapaglia’s song started, my first thought was “this is John Frusciante’s not recognized cousin”
Grab first Frusciante’s album and you will see the similarities :P


Jarson says:

September 30, 2010 at 12:55 am

^^Hell yea, I definitely heard A LOT of Fru especially in the vocals. Niandra Lades is one of my all time favorites, just fucking love it
Birds Flew By used to be on repeat a while back, I really need to check out more music by this guy.


Paul S.K. says:

September 30, 2010 at 7:38 am

Thanks for posting Tim Hecker, I love his material. Do you know if this means a new album is on the way?