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It’s Monday, and it feels like it. On days like today, being one with the waves sounds pretty good. Here are some surfy tunes to tune out the Monday blues.

The Walkmen - "Everyone Who Pretended to Like Me Is Gone"

THE WALKMEN – Everyone Who Pretended to Like Me Is Gone (Startime International ’02): Formed out of the ashes of Jonathan Fire*Eater and the Recoys, it’s sometimes surprising the Walkmen existed as a band at all given the atmosphere of New York when they hit the scene at the turn of the century. 403 more words

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Jonathan Fire*Eater - "Wolf Songs for Lambs"

JONATHAN FIRE*EATER – Wolf Songs for Lambs (Dreamworks ’97): If the oral history in Lizzy Goodman’s Meet Me in the Bathroom is to be believed, the mid-90s indie/alternative scene in New York City must’ve been dire if bullshitters like Jonathan Fire*Eater were the most hyped band in town. 370 more words

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Week 68

Happy New Year y’all, here are five tunes from the v good acts I saw on new year’s eve at Wondergarden & then five songs that either explicitly have “New Year” in the title or were close enough (& also good) that they fit the bill & helped me pad this ~themed~ list out… 603 more words


New Music From Walter Martin (of The Walkmen)

Walter Martin (co-writer/multi-instrumentalist of The Walkmen) will release his new album Reminisce Bar & Grill on February 16th via Ile Flottante Music. His fourth solo record since The Walkmen’s hiatus in 2013, Reminisce Bar & Grill was announced earlier this month with a surprise appearance on  509 more words