for February 11, 2002
ALTROK Ordinals 31
[The Ordinals are now on Mondays! Tell your friends! - Ed.]
Jay Farrar - Sebastopol (Artemis)
Jeff says: Jay used to front Uncle Tupelo and Son Volt. This is his new solo record.
John Carlin - Songs From The Black House (Firehorse)
Jeff says: Used to front the band 700 Miles. Debut solo record from NYC singer/songwriter with a smokey, soulful voice.
Josh Zandman - Summer Album (Watersound)
Jeff says: Used to be in the NJ band Burlap To Cashmere. This is his debut solo record.
Kings Of Convenience - Versus (Astralwerks)
Jeff says: Norwegian duo. This is technically an album of "remixes" and alternate versions of songs that were on their album of late 2000 called Quiet Is The New Loud.
(This week's Ordinals courtesy Jeff Raspe.)
All material ©2001-2014 Sean Carolan, except as noted.
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Tuesday, February 18, 2020
Peter Himmelman at City Vineyard
The Allman Betts Band and JD Simo at Count Basie Center For The Arts
Pierce Sessions w, Jackie June and Steve Walker at Pierce Memorial Church, Farmingdale
Durand Jones & The Indications at Brooklyn Bowl
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The Boxer Rebellion - Semi-Automatic
The Cribs - Cheat On Me
Datarock - True Stories
Everything Everything - Photoshop Handsome
HEALTH - Die Slow
Miles Hunt and Erica Nockalls - Catching More Than We Miss
Julian Plenti - Games For Days
Los Campesinos - The Sea Is A Good Place To Think Of The Future (Free download!)
Miike Snow - Black & Blue
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