NuMusic 56: The Ponys, Bright Black Morning Light, The Mary Onettes, Rademacher, Drew Danburry, Medeski Scofield Martin & Wood, Joy Zipper, and Amy Hills

Show Notes:
The Ponys – doublevision
Bright Black Morning Light – Everybody Daylight
The Mary Onettes – Lost
Rademacher – You’re Never Gonna Hear From Me
Drew Danburry – Unknown
Medeski Scofield Martin & Wood – Little Walter Rides Again
Joy Zipper – Out of The Sun
Amy Hills – baby acordian

7 Responses to “NuMusic 56: The Ponys, Bright Black Morning Light, The Mary Onettes, Rademacher, Drew Danburry, Medeski Scofield Martin & Wood, Joy Zipper, and Amy Hills”

  • Christine Says:

    I’m not sure if you guys ever got my email, but if not:

    I have been listening to notes underground for a while now and I really appreciate all the great music you have been sharing! You guys have awesome taste in music. I recently looked up Peter Bjork and John after you mentioned them and they are great! And while I was searching for some of their stuff, I found a few new artists and I guess I’d like to return the favor and share them, if you haven’t heard of these artists, yet. One is a group called Sleeping States. Their website is They have a few mp3s avaliable to download. And I also found a singer songwriter named Tom Brosseau. He’s a US folk singer. His website is He has some mp3s avaliable, too. Thanks for all the great music. Please keep it coming and I hope you enjoy some of the music I mentioned.

  • Dan Says:

    Hey Christine…
    Thanks for the tips… I’m checking them out right now. We really appreciate your listening and tipping us off on the hot new shizzle.

    keep the flow.

  • Martin Says:

    Hey guys.

    I heard, I heard… FINALLY. Just kidding. :)

    Nice to hear you play some Swedish music, and as you said – there are more or less like a ton on the website. Of course I’d like all Notes Underground listeners to go into their “Sounds” section to check out all the great bands enlisted there.

    If I were to choose (I never know whether it’s one or two “o’s” in that word) three tracks, I’d go for Acid House Kings (love that bandname) and their song “This heart is a stone”. Soft, acoustic pop music in the style of Belle & Sebastian or something like that.

    Secondly I’d pick the wonderful band Sambassadeur and one of their songs, probably “Between the lines” as that is one of my personal favourites.

    My third choice would be “Pulling our weight” by The Radio Dept, a really cool song with a really nice intro.

    Oh, and a bonus pick would have to be the band Ingenting (which means “nothing” in Swedish) and one of their songs – I’m not happy until I actually hear some Swedish on your show. :)

    I’m gonna stop harassing you now, at least for a week or two. :)

    Keep it up, guys!

  • Sneaker Peet Says:

    Hi Guys, I’ve just found your podcast and loved this episode. Subscribed right away in iTunes and added you to so people can digg episodes on your podcast.
    Anyway, keep it up and with any luch and bad weather I’ll shoot an audio comment to you about my favorite song of 2006).

    BTW: is the music you play ‘pod safe’? or do you get permission to play it on your show?

  • travis Says:

    Just wanted to stop by and wish ya’ll a happy New Year. Keep em’ comin’

    P.S. I’ll be visiting my girl @ school in March. She goes to City College.
    are there any great places I should visit for good tunes while I am out there?

  • Rory Says:

    Hey guys

    Just wishing you a happy new year an’ all that jazz. Just got back into the saddle again this week and the first thing I did was get 53, 55 and 56 – all good. Just snatched a truckload of MP3’s from Matador – great stuff – I have really taken to Chavez and Cat Power (Specifically “The greatest”), still have a ways to go though to get through all of it, I get so exicted when I acquire some new music. Let you know…

    Rock on you diamond geezers – wot


  • Caitlin Says:

    Drew Danburry is terrific! He is (in my opinion) the best performer in Utah since Donny Osmond. I just got around to listening to this particular podcast, Notes Underground is still my favorite.

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