MP3: Arrington de Dionyso: Anacortes, WA [2010.01.30]

03.02.2010

To download Arrington de Dionyso: Anacortes, WA [2010.01.30] mp3 for free: Right Click -> Save Link As.../Save Target As...


Arrington de Dionyso: Anacortes, WA [2010.01.30] MP3

You may know Arrington de Dionyso from his other alter ego as the front-man of Old Time Relijun. When I saw the band open for HEALTH at SXSW back in 2007, it was one of those special moments – the kind you never forget. Shows like this, ones with wild stage antics, are the best to photograph and the best to watch. Grabbing a bass clarinet, an instrument whose presence is odd in virtually all forms of music... Source: fensepost.com

More songs from fensepost.com

  • Fense’s Radio Show: It’s An Indie Christmas

    Fense’s Radio Show: It’s An Indie Christmas MP3

    Each year I shun Christmas music like it’s the plague. It begins too early, is far too repetitive, and, quite frankly, is a bit boring. That is, until this year. It began with “The Week Between”, a new track off One Christmas at a Time, an LP that finds Jonathan Coulton and John Roderick (The Long Winters) collaborating for a full album of original Christmas music. My thoughts began to change....

    22.12.2012

    Play

    fensepost.com radio podcast fensepost.com

    22.12.2012

  • Simon Bish: Butterfly Girl [Track Review]

    Simon Bish: Butterfly Girl [Track Review] MP3

    The butterfly is always the easiest and most admired insect to ingest the world of indie rock/pop/whatever with great reason. A butterfly begins its stages as just another creepy, crawly tree dweller before it bursts into the world as a multi-colored miracle floating amidst the very trees it once depended upon to slowly push its existence around. Cue the beautiful girl that strikes her heart and makes an obvious c...

    22.04.2010

    Play

    fensepost.com radio podcast fensepost.com

    22.04.2010

  • Avi Buffalo: How Come (MP3)

    Avi Buffalo: How Come (MP3) MP3

    Avi Buffalo’s self-titled debut earned the title of being my favorite album of 2010. So it’s with great delight that I announce to you the release of new material from the band, that being a single called “How Come”, due out on Sub Pop on June 28. The song differs a bit from Avi Buffalo. It features soft, airy vocals from the lead singer and an emphasis on dreamy organ riffs. As always,...

    16.06.2011

    Play

    fensepost.com radio podcast fensepost.com

    16.06.2011

  • Still Corners: Creatures of an Hour (Album Review)

    Still Corners: Creatures of an Hour (Album Review) MP3

    First hearing “Endless Summer” a few months back, it may have been slightly difficult to understand what Sub Pop saw in their new signee, Still Corners. Granted, the song is very good, but it alone fails to demonstrate the sheer power this band holds. That power is conveyed throughout Still Corners’ debut Sub Pop LP, Creatures of an Hour. “Dreamy psychedelic bedroom pop” is a fairly...

    30.09.2011

    Play

    fensepost.com radio podcast fensepost.com

    30.09.2011

  • No Kids: Judy At The Grove EP [Album Review]

    No Kids: Judy At The Grove EP [Album Review] MP3

    If you’ve been following the doings of Vancouver, BC’s Nick Krgovich, you know he’s been a busy fellow. Maintenant by Gigi has garnered substantial hype this year and the band’s debut LP certainly warrants the attention. Krgovich is back under the guise of No Kids, whose last release joined together sounds not typically associated with pop music. Despite recording a 60s do-wop pop reco...

    08.04.2010

    Play

    fensepost.com radio podcast fensepost.com

    08.04.2010

For a better experience please download Adobe Flash Player from http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer

Close

You can skip this ad in 6 seconds