Thursday 22 January 2009

Audiopleasures Mixtape,Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Deerhunter,Grindin,My Playground, Friendly Fires ,Angus and Julia Stone,Rockband II,500 Days of Summer

Audiopleasures Mixtape , some oldie tasty Indie tunes

Mp3 | Benjy Ferree - Why Bother
Mp3 | Benoit Pioulard - Exit Leslie Park
Mp3 | Castanets - All That I Know
Mp3 | Citizen Cope - My Way Home [ Live ]
Mp3 | Funkiller - Hand Me Down
Mp3 | Hey Hey My My - too much space
Mp3 | Red House Painters - Shock Me [ Live Kiss cover ]
Mp3 | Sleeping States - Rivers
Mp3 | Sparkelhorse - Sea of Teeth
Mp3 | Sufjan Stevens - SizeToo Small
Mp3 | The Battle of Land and Sea - Saltwater Queen
Mp3 | The National - Daughters of the Soho riots

Download Full Audiopleasures Mixtape

Yeah Yeah Yeahs announces the release of a brand new album in the spring.

Deerhunter announces the cancelation of the european tour , health motives.


Grindin is an invitational network of electro/club music blogs from around the world brought together over a mutual love of music, writing and pop culture.
Founded by Discobelle in 2007 the group has grown to 66 members across 28 blogs representing countries such as the USA, Canada, the UK, Spain, France, Germany, Australia and Sweden. With a combined readership in excess of xxx million .

If you’d like to send music to Grindin please send it through one of the Grindin members listed Here

A teaser for an upcoming documentary, My Playground by Kaspar Astrup Schröder.
It is a film about movement, tricking and parkour in the urban space.

Watch | My Playground

Edgy, monochromatic music video for Friendly Fires, directed by Clemens Habicht. The band were transformed into Skeleton Boys as a nod to the track’s title, with the aid of double-sided sticky tape, fans and trillions of bean bag balls.

Watch | Friendly Fires - Skeleton Boy

Brother sister duo, Angus & Julia Stone from Sydney's Northern Beaches take a lifetime of shared experience and create music that resonates with emotion and honesty. A pure sound that says a lot without trying.

Watch | Angus & Julia Stone - The Beast

Dont know much about the game , but the video ... uau

Watch | Harmonix Rockband II

The freshness of Marc Webb’s love-me/love-me-not love story is epitomized by its perfectly framed tag lines…Boy meets Girl—Boy falls in love—Girl doesn’t. What else can you say about a postmodern love story? Not only is this delightfully surprising dissection of a romance structured so that it catches us continually off guard, but the classic tale of love unrequited is turned as topsy-turvy as a Shakespearian farce. Directed with verve, pace, and confidence by first-time filmmaker Webb and replete with Los Angeles settings that are distinctive and interesting, 500 Days of Summer never descends into ordinary romance. The typical premise of the love story—that we want what we can’t have—is fueled by a role reversal (it’s the woman who doesn’t want to commit) and energized by dance numbers, split screens, and two dynamic performances from Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Zooey Deschanel. That Tom, a hapless greeting-card copywriter, and the alluring Summer, his temporary office mate, fluctuate between the highs and lows of infatuation, dating, sex, and separation is the conventional aspect of an unconventional tale of self-discovery and relationships. For a new generation of storytellers, 500 Days of Summer is destined to be a template for the future of romantic inspiration. Sundance Film Festival

Watch | 500 Days of Summer

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