Drooped the ball on this one. Anywho, the latest incarnation of my band, Alligator Indian (formerly Eleven &the Falcons), have released their debut EP. It’s FREE to stream and download and happens to also be a Christmas album. But don’t worry, the songs aren’t strictly tied to the season and can be enjoyed all year round. Enjoy, and check us out on Tumblr and Twitter for all the latest news and updates.
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HAPPY 2011 ASSHOLES! To start the year off right, my bros over in Yip-Yip have sent a New Year treat for us all. For the first time, they’re debuting full-song vocals which they use to make Jane’s Addiction sound cooler than they have any right to be.
Their cover of “Been Caught Stealing” gives you a taste of what’s to come in the Yip’s future. If you follow them on Twitter, you know they’e been hard at work on a new album which will feature vocals. Let’s all hope we see the release of it next year because this song has made my appetite so whettttt. If you couldn’t hear the Devo influence before, there’s no denying it now. And that’s definitely a good thing. 2011 could us some de-evolution.
On my last post, I mentioned two creative ventures that were taking up my time. The second of these two is that my band, Eleven &the Falcons, will be releasing our debut full-length album on May 25. It’s called The Death Vine and will be released digitally on KillerPOP Records. You’ll be able to name your own price for the download (including $0) which you can get at our Bandcamp. You can also stream the album there, and you can also stream and download (for FREE) our first two EPs at the site.
Check out the album art and tell your friends (and yourself) to download that shit on May 25!!
Hey! Love weird Christmas song covers? Banjo or Freakout have released a free Christmas covers album packed with 9 Xmas faves that sound nothing like the originals but do sound amazing. DOWNLOAD IT HERE! And if you can find the torrent (it’s not hard) and like downloading music for free that’s not supposed to be free, get The Raveonettes’s Wishing You A Rave Christmas. It’s older, but it’s just as sparkly and strange.
Check out more weird, indie Christmas goodies over at killerPOP.