Did you miss our new music show, “Fresh Baked,” this Sunday night? Then you missed new stuff from Social Distortion, Foster the People, Sublime with Rome, Two Door Cinema Club, and a pretty cool, unsigned, one-man band we discovered from Manchester, England. Worry not, we’ve got a rundown of everything we played.
By the way, we want to know what you think of these songs. Which ones did you love? Which ones did you hate? Which ones would you like to hear us play regularly? Let us know in the comments section below!
Clap Your Hands Say Yeah – “Maniac”
This is a fan-made video the band was impressed with.
Portishead – “Chase the Tear” (re-release)
This was originally released in 2009, and it’s being re-released with a vinyl version available. Proceeds from the release will benefit Amnesty International.
New Found Glory – “Radiosurgery”
Did you see them at Rams Head Live?
The Airborne Toxic Event – “All I Ever Wanted”
Coming to the area twice next month.
Foster the People – “Don’t Stop (Color on the Walls)”
Until they get the official video done, here’s a live version.
Tune-Yards – “Gangsta”
One person on our staff said you could only love this song if you were tripping on acid. Another person thought it was a pretty cute song. You be the judge.
The Parlor Mob – “Into the Sun”
They’ll be at the Ottobar this coming Wednesday the 26th.
Sublime with Rome – “Can You Feel It” (featuring Wiz Khalifa)
The Joy Formidable – “A Heavy Abacus”
You’ll hear this when they open for Foo Fighters and Social Distortion at Verizon Center next month.
Bikini Test Failure – “Missing A Gene”
Check out this unsigned, one-man band from Manchester, England we discovered. (Note: None of the bands in this video are actually Bikini Test Failure! How sneaky!)
Social Distortion – “California (Hustle & Flow)”
A very different, much bigger sound from them on this one. Channeling the Black Crowes, perhaps?
Two Door Cinema Club – “Undercover Martyn”
Another gem from one of the most talked-about bands from this year’s Virgin Mobile Freefest.
Matt and Kim – “Good for Great”
They say it took them a long time to get this one just right. Did they hit the mark?