Thursday, February 19, 2009
Sunday, February 8, 2009
Half Robyn Hitchcock, half Uncle Floyd: all uniquely blue-collar American autobio psychedelia. Jared Whitham’s songs about his home in Florida, Show-Biz Pizza, public libraries and Bill Cosby are all taken from his own life, and are each delightfully twisted. See if "North Port" isn't your new favorite song. Please note: the only "explicit song" is "Working Sixteen" -- everything else is very broadcast-friendly for the children at home.
Uncovered by astro-anthropologists Joe McGinty and Bob Kathman, these recordings reveal the first evidence of life on the planet Blorp. Possibly the happiest music you've ever heard, “Space Nutz!” also reveals that Blorpians love the Ramones, David Cassidy and Deep Purple.
You can listen to the findings from McGinty and Kathman's groundbreaking cosmology here.