Wednesday, March 07, 2007

Midweek Rock: New Panda Bear Video

Pretty cool video for one of my favorite songs of the past few months:


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dear Rock Gods,
Please create some music that actually sounds different than the same shit that's been rocking the earth for the last forty years. Strawberry Alarm Clock was boring enough the first time.

Your One and only SON

11:37 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

To 11:37
Can you stop bitching and showing your great palette of musical history at the same time. we get it! you own an extensive vinyl collection.

Your only song

9:35 AM  
Blogger stonedranger said...

strawberry alarm clock? Are you an idiot?

10:38 AM  
Anonymous shq said...



We've picked up bands from all over the world that are traveling to Austin for SXSW. The best part for you? All of the shows are early and dirt cheap. A great way to see what all the hub-bub is about. We'll still have you in bed waaaaay early if you decide to have a little fun with us on a weekday. Some of the shows have local headliners, some are just the bands from out of town. These acts are from all over the map, sonically and literally. So, please, join us and let's show these intrepid minstrels a great time!

Remember... all the shows start around 8:00, all of the shows are $3, and all of the shows are all ages.

Mar 9
Kaboom + Chief Death Rage + Nouns Group

Mar 10
White Drugs + Liz MacGowan + Warren J. Hearne

Mar 12
Be/Non (Kansas City)

Mar 13
Pink Reason (Green Bay) + Psychedelic Horseshit

Mar 15
Chris Garver + Praise the Twilight Sparrow (Netherlands)

Mar 17
Dark Meat and the Vomit Lazers Family Band (Athens) + Follyfandango

Mar 20
The Naptime Shake + Garrett Pierce + Matt Bauer (San Fran)

Mar 21
Sarah Reddington + New Science Projects + Dust Congress

Mar 23
Super Love Attack + A Pacific Model

Mar 30
Current Leaves + Red Monroe + The Watchers

Mar 31
100 Damned Guns + Chris Welch and guests

Apr 6
Street Hassle + TBA

Apr 7
Beauxrgard + PLID (Houston)

Apr 14
Closed for Fry Street Fair

Apr 20
Mad Scientists + Violent Squid

Apr 22
The Points (DC) + TBA

Apr 23
STNNNG (Minneapolis) + TBA

Apr 28
Rocket Pop Presents: "Everybody Sqwerts" Toy Show

May 4
Cartright + Will E. Lee

May 5
Eat Avery's Bones + Pixel Panda (Kansas City)

May 11
Clint Niosi + TBA

Jun 2
SHQ "One Year of Losing our Asses" Party

1:40 PM  
Blogger Zak said...

Nice find on the vid, that is cool. Is it me or is this version of the edit slightly different than the previously released edit?

I had read somehwere that the album versions were going to be different than the ep versions but wasn't so sure.

That song is awesome though. "Good Girl/Carrots" is even better imo. I cannot wait for that release in a few weeks.

In other AC related news, I dunno if I can get into that new Avey Tare... that all backwards thing seems like a bad idea.

2:35 PM  
Anonymous grandma said...

Somebody done dropped their jam box in the well while it was playin' "Pet Sounds."

3:14 PM  
Anonymous Childress Reynolds said...

If I may change the subject from Panda Bear, I'd like to address Teenage Symphony's disturbing performance in Euless a few weeks back.

Walter Rahitas, Mud Trap, Bunker, and I were leaving the Roadhouse Sizzler after three steak sandwiches and four root beers when we spotted the band we were to see later that night uploading content to this very site from a Starbuck's hotspot.

That band was Teenage Symphony, and they are shooting JR. everyday and thensome. There was an Asian kid, some lawn jockey with a shirt on, and a fair-skinned lady who, as I would learn later, seemed better suited as a freelance cellist for the Presbyterian Church Sunday choir, not the co-leader of a fourth tier death metal band.

I was thoroughly unimpressed by the band's inability to hide their anonymity. Their performance was also lackluster. The band is Teenage Symphony.

And the frontman kid kept farting and giggling under his breath. That's when Mud Trap stepped in.

12:53 PM  

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