Saturday, March 31, 2012
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|New Releases||All New Releases|
|MDNAMadonna||En Vivo!Iron Maiden||NocturniquietThe Mars Volta||Happy to YouMiike Snow|
|TuskegeeLionel Richie||Kids in the StreetThe All-American Rejects||Sees The LightLa Sera||Nothing Is Going to Change the Way You Feel About Me NowJustin Townes Earle|
|MOG for iPad is here and it is blowing minds|
We are beyond ecstatic to have launched our newest, sexiest member to the MOG family this week - our insanely awesome iPad app!
With a beautiful interface that supports Apple's breath-taking Retina display, plus highly-requested features like comprehensive album/artist information and quick-sort, our iPad app is already racking up incredible reviews from media outlets and MOG listeners alike. You can download it now from the App Store and get the full details here.
|Editors' Picks||All Editors' Picks|
|Milk FamousWhite Rabbits |
On their latest album, the Brooklyn act manages to explore an increasingly complex take on indie pop in upbeat fashion, combining urgent, fuzzy riffs with a serious knack for hooks with staying power, which get an extra bump thanks to production by Spoon's Britt Daniel.
|OarAlexander "Skip" Spence |
After a bright career with '60s stalwarts like Jefferson Airplane and Moby Grape, Alexander "Skip" Spence succumbed to both mental health and substance abuse problems, but not before leaving us with one solo record of bizarre, enticing songs that ranged from folk-rock to avant-jazz. More
|Jazz at Massey HallThe Quintet |
With a star-studded roster that includes Dizzy Gillespie, Charles Mingus, and Max Roach led by none other than Charlie Parker, Jazz at Massey Hall plays exactly like the crash-course in jazz perfection you'd expect it to be, and you'll quickly find yourself wishing these extended standards could go on forever. More
Check out a few of this week's latest and greatest reissues, singles, and more:
|Beauty Is a Rare Thing: The Complete Atlantic RecordingsOrnette Coleman||Life's Rich Pageant (Deluxe)R.E.M.||South Bronx Teachings: A CollectionBoogie Down Productions||Rot Gut, DomesticMargot & The Nuclear So & So's|
|Top Albums||All Top Albums|
|The Hunger Games: Songs From District 12 and BeyondVarious||Port of MorrowThe Shins||The OF Tape, Vol. 2Odd Future||Anarchy, My DearSay Anything|
|MOG: Where music listens to you|
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Monday, March 26, 2012
Posted by Unknown at 10:54 PM
Thanks to Twitter's @sandinbrick for sending us this suggestion. A really fine version of "Sympathy." Look in the archives for the Altamont version. Just search "Rolling Stones Altamont."
Posted by Unknown at 11:53 AM
Sunday, March 25, 2012
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