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Wednesday, January 2, 2008

Since we've been gone

Posted By on Wed, Jan 2, 2008 at 12:16 PM


Sorry to leave you Rock Candy-less through the holiday season. I was in Indiana where it snowed occasionally and the computers didn't work so well. And I was busy dominating at Wii tennis and Excite Truck.

Some things happened over the break: The Munks put out a sturdy new CD called "Sing Dirty Songs." It's moody and boozy; an album that definitely warrants repeated listens. The album cover, above, strikes me as more than a little misguided, though. As most locals will recognize, it's a sketch of the homeless guy who hangs out in Riverdale quite a bit, always filthy, always with headphones.

Localist also put out a new CD, the second volume of its "Locals Only" compilation. I haven't heard it yet, but it sure looks pretty. Pysch of the South finally released its long in the making Lost Souls Vol. 1: 1960s Garage and Psychedelic Music from the Un-Natural State: Arkansas. You can hear song samples here.

607 didn't release "Christmas in Arkansas." He said he was trying to put his "Michael Jackson foot up in this motherf***er" and had a lot of good material that wasn't great. "One out of 28 [albums] ain't bad," he said, which seems like a reasonable ratio of delivering albums to me. Still, to sate his ever-needy fanbase, he's got "G for Go Getta," a mixtape based on "V for Vendetta," for sale now.

Sync blew a great chance to ask a meth addict, "what's on your ipod?" Still, we'll always have, "Hey male survivor of breast cancer, what's on your ipod?" and "Hey, deaf girl, what's on your iPod?"

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