E. Oye + A. Russell + B. Iver + B. Dylan

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This is about as guitar-ish my posts will ever get. It started with actually finding a Bob Dylan song that I wanted to hear again and ended with finding this Erlend Oye again when it came up on shuffle. I added Arthur Russell to make it enjoyable for non-guitar fans that want unique melodies and Bon Iver is just in here for good taste even though I only like 4 of his songs, I couldn’t stand that autotune track he made. If anyone says that this is the best music post then i’ll just be super sad all weekend because I do my best to dig up stuff that isn’t this because I find this stuff to be EVERYWHERE.

Photo by: Jesse Brew

20 Comments Leave A Comment


Suzan says:

November 26, 2010 at 4:55 pm

I like the photo very much, you probably posted some of his work before, because I recognise some of his pictures.
..and i like Bob :)


Toby says:

November 26, 2010 at 6:33 pm

Bob Dylan… possibly the most contemporary thing I’ve seen on this blog? Not that it’s bad, but because of that you must write 12 tracks yourself and post them. By tomorrow. ;)

Personally I love everything by Bon Iver. And I’m a bit of a sucker for wet vox, so woods, the autotune track you mentioned, was right up my street. (I liked the layering and the buildup).

On a similar note, albeit slightly more melancholy, I’d suggest you listen (if you haven’t already) to a song called ‘Drunkmare’ by Ticonderoga. It’s rather hard to find, but I think you’ll like it. :]


soso says:

November 27, 2010 at 6:48 am

Erlend is so great, check Erlend’s DJ-kicks, in my opinion the best of the series. love this blog!


John says:

November 28, 2010 at 12:10 am

The Bob Dylan song is one of favourites, saw him play it live as an encore, in dull red lighting.



federico says:

December 13, 2010 at 11:29 am

wow. consistently awesome music picks, i must say.
i keep getting redirected to this site from hypem. first browsing for the brothers johnson and then for dylan’s masters of war. ha ha. some broad taste you got.