Tag Archives: Aimee Mann

Aimee Mann’s Tiny Desk Concert

Video: Aimee Mann – NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert Aimee Mann is so stinkin’ good it’s ridiculous. Her new album, Mental Illness, has provided great comfort to me in these awful, awful times. Her Tiny Desk Concert features a stripped down run through of four songs from it: “Rollercoasters,” “You Never Loved Me,” “Goose Snow … Continue reading Aimee Mann’s Tiny Desk Concert

New Aimee Mann video: Goose Snow Cone

Video: Aimee Mann – “Goose Snow Cone” Who doesn’t love cat videos on the internet? Aimee Mann has been quietly releasing sad and beautiful music for this entire millennium, since (at least) Bachelor No. 2 in 2000. We should all be paying way more attention to her. All of her songs have at least one … Continue reading New Aimee Mann video: Goose Snow Cone

Aimee Mann – Thirty One Today

At the end of the year, we’re offering up some MP3s that we never got around to posting for one reason or another. Aimee Mann continues to write great songs. MP3: Aimee Mann – “Thirty One Today” from @#%&*! Smilers on SuperEgo.

Aimee Mann – God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen

“God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen” by Aimee Mann from her Christmas album, One More Drifter in the Snow, out now on Superego. We love Christmas songs! Especially ones that involve balls of snow (mp3). Every year, the Glorious Noise message board community talks about their favorite Christmas songs. Join the fun! To quote Special Ed, … Continue reading Aimee Mann – God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen

Libidinous Economics & The Lack of Network Effects

The reality of the music business being a business is something that people, for reasons that are not entirely clear, like to avoid thinking about. To be sure, there is resistance to the record companies that have been manifest by the various forms of file-swapping, resistance that has led to a Borg-like response: Napster was … Continue reading Libidinous Economics & The Lack of Network Effects