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CHECK THIS: Proton Proton + MP3 The music is anthemic, cacophonius, and cathartic, in an almost feel-good sort of way. It's kind of like stepping into a particle accelerator to go for a ride, and Proton Proton is playing on the particle accelerator hi-fi during that ride. Includes MP3 download. LISTEN
Spacepod.02 - The Spacelab podcast More great music in triptych from The Octopus project with Lollipopsichord, Seattle's Welcome with Sirs, and Clark (Chris Clark) collaborating with Broadcast on HerrBarr. LISTEN
Spacepod.01 - The Spacelab podcast The triptych podcast... three great songs from The Sky Drops with You Don't Crawl, Yasushi Miura from Japan with 7, and The White Noise Supremacists with Meant To Be. LISTEN
Silversun Pickups Multimedia Video, Audio, and Interview Experience an interview, photo slideshow, music and video multimedia feature about the band Silversun Pickups. Spacelab recently asked a few questions of Nikki Monninger and included some photos from a recent show in Minneapolis. Also check out the video for Well Thought Out Twinkles in streaming video and the songs Melatonin and Little Lovers in streaming audio.
Spacelab Multimedia: Margot & the Nuclear
So and So's Check out an interview, photo slideshow, and music multimedia feature about the band Margot & the Nuclear So and So's. Spacelab recently asked a few questions of Richard Edwards and included some photos from a recent show in Minneapolis.
Interview: James Shaw of Metric/Broken Social
Broken Social Scene
at Webster Hall in New York: the band gripped
the crowd early and never relented. What felt
like overlong, even forced "jams" on
Thursday night transformed into natural, beautiful
epic anthems two nights later. Ryan Henriquez
caught up with Jimmy Shaw of Broken Social Scene
and asked him about being in two bands, Conan
O' Brien, and new Broken Social Scene music
Most Innovative Albums 0f 2005
Spacelab counts down
the 10 most creative and innovative music from
2005. The list is created with artists in mind
who are pushing the boundaries of music, perceptions,
and new ideas. See the list and listen to a
track from each song. LISTEN
Video Interview Spacelab recently
spoke with Craig Finn and Tad Kubler of The
Hold Steady about the band's future, Lifter
Puller, and what it's like to split the difference
between two extremes.
This photo slideshow
was captured when Milemarker played live
at Triple Rock Social Club. They were loud, with
two drummers, and played like this was the last
show anybody would see ever.
The Fearless Freaks Soundtrack
After a brief stint as a download through the
web site www.125hz.com, the Fearless Freaks
soundtrack has been largely unfindable on the
web. Spacelab will bring you a streaming version
of the tracks, one new track per week, over
the next few weeks. This weeks track: Space
Age Love Song, live.
Parker and Lily Spacelab spoke with both Parker Noon and Lily Wolfe before they went out on
tour in support of their album, The Low Lows.
They talked to us about the hardship of being
in a band with a former lover, the new music
of Parker & Lily, and what they see
as their future. LISTEN
to the interview
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