Archive for December, 2006


Go Team!

December 11, 2006

Clap Your Hands Say Yeah

December 6, 2006

Clap Your Hands Say Yeah found themselves (put themselves) all over the interwebs today, after they announced the tracklisting and release date for their second full length album, Some Loud Thunder. They also have made available three songs from the album for download from their website and myspace page.

Here’s the tracklisting:

1. Some Loud Thunder
2. Emily Jean Stock
3. Mama, Won’t You Keep Them Castles in the Air and Burning?
4. Love Song No. 7
5. Satan Said Dance
6. Upon Encountering the Crippled Elephant
7. Goodbye to Mother and the Cove
8. Arm and Hammer
9. Yankee Go Home
10. Underwater (You and Me)
11. Five Easy Pieces

And here’s their Tour Dates:

12.31.06: New York City, NY // Hammerstein Ballroom
02.02.07: Manchester, England // Academy
02.03.07: Glasgow, Scotland // Barrowlands
02.04.07: Birmingham, England // Academy
02.06.07: Cologne, Germany // Gebaeude 9
02.07.07: Brussels, Belgium // AB Club
02.08.07: Amsterdam, the Netherlands // Paradiso
02.09.07: Berlin, Germany // Postbanhof
02.11.07: Hamburg, Germany // Kunst
02.12.07: Paris, France // La Cigalle
02.13.07: London, England // Shepherds Bush Empire

MP3’s (via yousendit):
Clap Your Hands Say Yeah – Love Song No. 7
Clap Your Hands Say Yeah – Underwater (You and Me)
Clap Your Hands Say Yeah – Satan Said Dance

Here’s a quick clip I took of CYHSY performing “The Skin of My Yellow Country Teeth” at this year’s Coachella Music Festival:

Rumor: The drummer for Clap Your Hands Say Yeah will be recording some songs with a Local St. louis musician, author and lawyer (not me) and singer/songwriter Tom McBride in January…

The video for Okkervil River’s “For Real”:


The Black Keys

December 1, 2006

Akron, Ohio’s The Black Keys are playing at Mississippi Nights this Saturday, December 2nd, with Dr. Dog. Unfortunately, I will be out of town this weekend at a wedding, but if you are into The Black Keys brand of raw and dirty bluespunksoulfunk-inspired rock, you’ll definitely want to check the show out. Dr. Dog play lo-fi indie pop in the vein of Guided By Voices or Olivia Tremor control and have opened previsouly for My Morning Jacket and M Ward.

Be sure to listen to 88.1 KDHX at 6:00 p.m. on Saturday to hear Dr. Dog perform live in the KDHX studio on Coin Operated Radio, before their show at Mississippi Nights. You can listen online here and on the FM dial at 88.1 FM in the St. Louis area.

The Black Keys – Meet Me in the City
The Black Keys – 10 a.m. Automatic
The Black Keys – Hard Row
The Black Keys – Set You Free
Dr. Dog – ABCs
Dr. Dog – Easy Beat
Dr. Dog – Wake Up
Dr. Dog – California

The Black Keys’ video for “Your Touch”::

Also, don’t forget about the DeVotchKa/My Brightest Diamond show on Sunday at the Duck Room. Read my original post about the show here.