Per a news update on Man Without Ties (via Slicing Up Eyeballs), former Replacements frontman Paul Westerberg’s latest self-release, a 7-inch vinyl record featuring new songs “This Machine” and “Foolish Hand Shake” with a bonus digital download of “Grandpaboy’s Last Stand,” is available to order now at Nimbit Music. While the origin of Westerberg’s latest moniker, Mr. F., is unclear (Arrested Development? The Letter People?), this 3-song effort might only be a teaser for more upcoming Mr. F releases, as the cover art below cryptically reveals that something called “Son of a Depression” is on the way, as well.
Supplies are limited and only one copy per person is allowed, so, if interested, order the 7-inch for $8 + shipping thataway before they’re gone.
Hey there, thanks! Your “ask” feature is off so I’ll reply here. I have no clue which theme this is, I think the link at the bottom of the page will get you there. I just grabbed a FZ image from google for the background. All bits of randomness. Yours is very similar, your background image is awesome.
hughbot replied to your link: My Top 5 Artists (Week Ending 2010-10-24)
I’d like to hear some of your thoughts on Kula Shaker.
Hey Hugh, my co-worker recently introduced me to them last week so I don’t know much. He likes anything that hints at a Beatles influence, and I think thats how he described these guys. I very much liked the first two of their first three albums. Apparently they released a fourth in June which I haven’t heard.
Anyway, my real impression was that I thought the poppy bits sounded a lot like Jellyfish. So I introduced my co-worker to them :)