“Today I’ll Die” by The Autumn Film

I saw a great band this evening from Denver, CO. Tifah Phillips, Dann Stockton, and Reid Phillips make up The Autumn Film whose latest album, The Ship and the Sea, can be heard here. Downloads are also available here. Below please find the trailor to the song “Today I’ll Die” followed by the mp3 of the album version.

Today I’ll Die – In the Studio from The Autumn Film on Vimeo.

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“Today I’ll Die” by The Autumn Film

Pictures from South-By-Southwest

Local Natives

Honey Honey

Cate Le Bon

The Globes

Blunt Mechanic

Pearly Gate Music

The Wooden Birds

Me with Andrew Kenny from The Wooden Birds and American Analog Set

Rocky Votolato


Marc Scibilia

Andrew Belle

Me with Andrew Belle

Cara Salimando

Sam James

Band of Skulls

Delta Spirit

The Temper Trap

My new friends

Black Rebel Motorcycle Club (a.k.a BRMC)

The boyeees

Adam Thompson from We Were Promised Jetpacks (Yes, that is the name of this band!)

Robert at Emo’s

Me with Matt


Jakob Dylan

Black Prarie

The Low Anthem

David Ramirez


The Daylights

Ricky Jackson from The Daylights


Chuck Shirock from SHIROCK

Deer Tick


Zooey Deschanel from She & Him

“This God Damn House” by The Low Anthem

I was in Austin this weekend for the South-By-Southwest music festival. More on that later. For now, here are a few songs I heard by The Low Anthem. Awesome!! At the end of “This God Damn House” frontman Ben Knox Miller whistled into two cell phones that he had dialed out on. He asked the audience for help and we dialed the person sitting next to us. A chirping noise from the cell phones filled the room.

I am attaching two songs because the album version of “This God Damn House” does not include the phones. Instead, you can hear them on “The Ballad of the Broken Bones.”

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“This God Damn House” by The Low Anthem

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“The Ballad of the Broken Bones” by The Low Anthem

“go do” by jónsi

jónsi wrote numerous songs during his years with the Icelandic band sigur rós. go contains nine of these songs. They are sung in english and icelandic. The album will be released on April 6, 2010 in the US.

Review of Shady Retreat by PEASANT

Here is my review of Shady Retreat by PEASANT on Dryvetyme Onlyne. The album was released March 2, 2010 on Paper Garden Records.

He will be performing at SXSW next week in Austin, TX:

Mar 18 2010 6:00P
Tap Room – Blackbird Booking Official SXSW Showcase
Mar 20 2010 2:00P
Howl Interiors Studio – SXSW Paper Garden Unofficial Day Party
Mar 20 2010 8:00P
Grime’s Photography Studio – SXSW Live.Create.Lounge

“Pencil Full of Lead” by Paolo Nutini

Paolo Nutini released his second studio album, Sunny Side Up, in May of 2009. On March 2, 2010 he released a live four-track EP featureing renditions of songs from Sunny Side Up. They pay homage to New Orleans’ Historic Preservation Hall.

A Limited Edition will be made available for physical release on April 17th in honor of “Record Store Day.”

In the meantime, get your copy from iTunes today:

Paolo Nutini - Recorded Live At Preservation Hall - EP - Pencil Full Of Lead

“Pencil Full of Lead” by Paolo Nutini

“Nothing But the Whole Wide World” by Jakob Dylan

When I first informed you of Jakob Dylan’s second solo album I did not have a song to share. Now, thanks to spinner‘s free download, I have the single “Nothing But the Whole Wide World.” Produced by T. Bone Burnett, this album drops April 6, 2010.

“When he first sat down with a guitar and played me ‘Nothing But the Whole Wide World,’ it was clear that he had taken several steps forward in his songwriting — that he was writing folk music, which is another way of looking at popular music. I’m so happy to be collaborating with Jakob at this exciting and vital time in his life as an artist, and I think this new album is an important work from a great musician.” ~ T. Bone Burnett on Spinner

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“Nothing But the Whole Wide World” by Jakob Dylan