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Catching Up

Alright. It’s time for me to play a little bit of catch-up with you guys. As I’ve been rather busy lately pushing my band’s album and preparing for our show at FreeTulsa Music Festival next weekend, I’ve neglected to post consistently. For that I apologize.

Now that that’s settled, go ahead and take some time to listen to the forthcoming album Mines by the longstanding Portland-based group Menomena via NPR’s Exclusive First Listen. You can do that here. The album’s due June 27.

Next, Department of Eagles released their anthology of previously unreleased tracks on an album appropriately titled Archive 2003-2006 yesterday. I recommend you take time to listen to that as well. For a sample, watch a homemade video for their single “While We’re Young” via The Connection over on the right side of this page.

The Love Language released their deliciously 60’s sunshiney pop-tinged album Libraries last week. It’s very good. Listen to the full album here.

Finally, as I mentioned earlier, my band People,People has been very busy lately. One of the many endeavours in which we’re currently involved is the making our first music video for our single “Five Year Drought.” Excitingly enough, you can watch a teaser promo for the video, also via The Connection over on the right side of this page.

Enjoy! Thanks for understanding! I love all of you!

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60’s Summer Music- The Love Language

Do you like sunshiney ’60s pop?

Do you like instantly catchy tunes that make you feel good?

Do you enjoy well-written music?

If you answered yes to any of the above,

Then head here and stream the entire new album Libraries from The Love Language via Merge Records. If you don’t have time for the full album, I’d recommend “Blue Angel” or “Heart to Tell.”

You will NOT be disappointed. The album is both beautiful and endearing.

Getting Ready for Summer: Two Tightly Wound Songs

First, The Love Language has just released a new track from their forthcoming album Libraries, due out July 13.  The track is a saccharine feel-good number with serious throwbacks to sunshiney ’60s pop.

You can listen to “Heart to Tell” at their Myspace– just make sure to click play on the first listed track.

Next, Jaill is releasing their Sub Pop debut, That’s How We Burn, July 27, and to get your ears titillated, they’ve released “Everyone’s Hip.” The track’s filled with a rambunctious, playful energy perfect for the season in which the album will be released.

To hear the track, simply play the video in The Connection over on the right.

Commence dancing.