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New Rubinoos video: Do You Remember

Video: The Rubinoos — “Do You Remember” The Rubinoos – Do You Remember (Official Music Video)Watch this video on YouTube From From Home, due August 23 on Yep Roc. There’s a long history of bands paying homage to each other. The Animals made a minor cottage industry out of it with “The Story of Bo … Continue reading New Rubinoos video: Do You Remember

New Dressy Bessy video: Fearless

Video: Dressy Bessy — “Fearless” Dressy Bessy – Fearless (Official Music Video)Watch this video on YouTube From Fast Faster Disaster, due June 14 on Yep Roc. There was a cinder block cube of a bar on the west side of Grand Rapids called Putt Putt’s. My uncle tells me that when I was little he … Continue reading New Dressy Bessy video: Fearless

New Dressy Bessy video: Tiny Lil Robots

Video: Dressy Bessy — “Tiny Lil Robots” Dressy Bessy – Tiny Lil Robots (Official Music Video)Watch this video on YouTube From Fast Faster Disaster, due June 14 on Yep Roc. Dressy Bessy is back with their first single off their upcoming Yep Roc album, Fast Faster Disaster. All the charm that brought this band national … Continue reading New Dressy Bessy video: Tiny Lil Robots

New Robyn Hitchcock video: Sayonara Judge

Video: Robyn Hitchcock — “Sayonara Judge” Robyn Hitchcock – "Sayonara Judge" (Official Video)Watch this video on YouTube Directed by Hugh Hales-Tooke. From Robyn Hitchcock, out now on Yep Roc. Everybody knows that he’s been obsessed with Syd Barrett but it’s weird when Robyn Hitchcock sounds like post-Barrett Pink Floyd. This could almost be an outtake … Continue reading New Robyn Hitchcock video: Sayonara Judge

New Robyn Hitchcock video: Raymond and The Wires

Video: Robyn Hitchcock — “Raymond and The Wires” Robyn Hitchcock – "Raymond and The Wires" (Official Video)Watch this video on YouTube A cool new song about riding trolleys with his dad. This is from Robyn Hitchcock’s upcoming self-titled album, due April 21 on Yep Roc.

Robbie Fulks Guides Fellow Musicians to Misery

Good old Robbie Fulks offers up a ten-step guide on how to be miserable as a professional musician. A couple of my favorites: 4. Treat the grubby menial/muscle aspects of the profession — driving and repairing vans, hauling gear, arguing with promoters, delivering grinning Gene-Kelly-like performances under punishing or humiliating conditions — as the province … Continue reading Robbie Fulks Guides Fellow Musicians to Misery