NuMusic 78: Raconteurs, Johnossi, Tim “love” Lee, Hank Williams, Lach, Sleepytime Gorilla Museum, Grizzly Bear, No Hay Banda, & Tyler Ramsey


Playlist:
Raconteurs – Broken Boy Soldier
Johnossi – Man Must Dance
Tim “love” lee – One Word
Hank Williams – Why Don’t You Love Me (Like You Used To)
Lach – I Want To Be With You
Sleepytime Gorilla Museum – Ambugaton
Grizzly Bear – He Hit Me (It Fealt Like A Kiss)
No Hay Banda – New Love
Tyler Ramsey – Ships


5 Responses to “NuMusic 78: Raconteurs, Johnossi, Tim “love” Lee, Hank Williams, Lach, Sleepytime Gorilla Museum, Grizzly Bear, No Hay Banda, & Tyler Ramsey”

  • Brian Says:

    Yo dudes, good last few shows. Lots of music. I like the Sleepy time gorilla museum and the Racounteurs mucho mucho! I want to check out gogo bordello as well, you guys talk about them but have not played them.

    Im about to become a father here in a few weeks, any advice for me Mitch?

    I can dig it
    Brian

  • severin Says:

    hey guys,
    I just wanted to leave a comment cos you said you like comments in the last show. I’ve been listening to your show since a few weeks. since I don’t have much time to search for good music I’m really glad to have your show to discover new stuff. keep it up, yo.

  • Chester Says:

    I love the shows Mitch. As you know I have been listening for a few years now. While I was in Costa Rica I looked at iTunes and it had not downloaded the shows in a while so I downloaded them all and over two weeks listened to all of them. I had a two week transit from Costa Rica to Seattle and had lots of time to listen. Every night on watch I would load a few shows on the iPhone and me and a few other crew would gather around like the radio in the old days. Needless to say the are all hooked on the show too. Now that I am back in Seattle I have just filled up my iPod with tones of new music from the shows
    Thanks a Lot guys keep up the good work

    PS Love the new sidekicks

  • Aaron Says:

    Hello gang! I was just hoping you were still all alive, well, and not too overwhelmed with parental duties to craft a new podcast – I’m getting the shakes, I needz mah sweet sweet new music nectar.

    Also; although it doesn’t really apply to the latest episodes, it seems like I get a vibe of you guys hating on lossy compression for music a lot, but I hear some generalities tossed around that aren’t quite accurate. MP3, for example, isn’t the ideal codec, but at higher bitrates – 256Kbps or 320 Kbps VBR encoding I doubt you could possibly distinguish between the MP3 and the CD. Even better, there are other codecs with better “quality per bit” like OGG; or for the incorrigible purists, FLAC.

    Much of what has been lamented about the loss of audio quality in modern-ish music isn’t due directly to MP3 encoding, but due to the music being mastered very hot in the first place. Don’t blame the binary encoding; blame the people trying to pander to low quality listening environments. As discussion evolved, especially with Dr Spence to keep things on the level, it sounded like you guys were recognizing this anyway, but I wanted to throw the info in there in case you weren’t.

    Now, back to the studio! Papa needs a new podcast!

    please. :)

  • Cougar Says:

    Hey NU Crew,

    Long long time! Summer just started last week so I finally have time to do the things I have been missing…like writing you all!

    I have about four months of little comments I have been meaning to share, but right now I am at the 2008 Sasquatch! Music Festival at the Gorge Amphitheater in Washington; what an amazing line-up!

    As soon as I get back to Montana I’ll write up a full report, but I just wanted to mention these six artists before another moment passed: Vince Mira, White Rabbits, the Blakes, the Morning Benders, Fleet Foxes,and (even though they are not here) Crystal Castles. Amazing, amazing, amazing!

    Talk to you soon!
    Cougar

    P.S. The shows have been absolutely great!

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