"Sometimes words have two meanings...."
Ah hell - we have a jam packed Mix of music so let's get down to it....
After the jump....
"Animal Tracks" Mountain Man (from Made the Harbor - sweet sounding trio who met at Bennington College in Vermont)
"Setting Sun" by Elephant Stone (from Elephant Stone - groovy psychedelic rockers from Montreal who came to our attention recently)
"Saint" by Mission South (from Migration Vol. 2 - Three kids from DC - Saw them this week at The Basement under Grimey's. Such a FUN set. Great sound, great energy. A true highlight on a night of highlights.)
"Bloodstream" by Firehorse (from Pills From Strangers. Not fIREHOSE nor Firehouse (thank God), but a nifty indie band from Brooklyn - think the airy, groovy side of Indie music)
"A Silent Moment" by Elephant Stone (from Elephant Stone - another mind melter)
"Torn Maps" by Bosnian Rainbows (a relatively new project of Omar Rodriguez Lopez of The Mars Volta. Electronic, heavy, and pretty darn cool)
"Baby's Gone to Memphis" by Mark Robinson (from Have Axe - Will Groove. Let's all go to Memphis... or at least play the Blues...)
"Two Beads at the End" by the Minutemen (from Double Nickels on the Dime. Sometimes it's good to go back and listen to some of the music that first really moved you... oh, D.!)
"Love is a Rose" by Linda Ronstadt (Linda sings Neil... does it get any better?)
"Chili" by Dog Without Warning (from Bark. One of my favorites on the Bark EP. A cautionary tale of sorts)
"Full Five Paces" by The Autumn Defense (From their debut The Green Hour. Man 'o man I dig the gorgeous 60s sound of this band - saw them back in September at Grimey's Americanarama show)
"Time to Go" by Moovalya (from Moovalya. Some nice hard rock from Phoenix)
"Hymn 101" by Joe Pug (from his debut EP Nation of Heat. I love Joe Pug's music so much.)
"Raise the Sun" by Anciients (from Heart of Oak. Just some jaw-dropping Progressive Metal from Vancouver)
"Tombstone Blues" by Richie Havens (a Dylan cover from the I'm Not There Soundtrack by the late great New York area singer-songwrite and Woodstock alum)
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