links links links, vol 27

As always, the volume number is made up. . .

Horse Feathers performed a few songs for NPR. It’s a good set.

Brian Williams interviewed Deer Tick in the first of ‘BriTunes’–yes, the real name. Once you get past the shock of it–is it a good interview? No, not really. I’m sure they’ll get better as Williams realizes bands shouldn’t be interviewed like they’re a cabinet member.

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Daytrotter has a set with J Tillman. It was recorded at SxSW and contains a number of song he was playing a lot around then, including the lovely solo version of “Master’s House”. I also found an interesting profile of him in the LA Times.

J. Tillman – Master’s House (Daytrotter-SxSW session)

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The Dodos Miller Chill commercial I tweeted (self-consciously dumb verb acknowledged) about last week has appeared online. It’s great for them, but it still strikes me as strange.

Senator Russ Feingold likes Bon Iver. Have I mentioned it’s a topsy turvy world we live in?

Finally, Scrubs essentially ended with Peter Gabriel covering the Magnetic Fields. It’s a nice cover, but the original is hard to beat.



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