Good morning everybody! We're back with another healthy helping of mp3 treats courtesy of WFMU's lengthy myspace friends list! The gist, in case you've missed the earlier installments: listen to the song, check the profile if you want, and then vote!
The band or bands who get the most "Pump it" votes each week will be forever exalted in the form of my FIRST EVER MARATHON PREMIUM called "In MySpace, No One Can Hear You Scream", offered for pledges of $75 or more during WFMU's 50th Anniversary fundraising Marathon (going on now!!!). With the artists' gracious permission, the winning tracks from the 1st portion of this year will be compiled onto one CD, packaged lovingly, and mailed to your home in exchange for some dosh for the station's perilously emaciated coffers. Last week's faves included the Wobblies and Eleanor Roosevelt. Congratulations, band buddies! Who will be next? It's up to you!!
A couple of notes to all you commenters out there: first, this is a nice friendly contest!!! Last week, I had to take down an mp3 because a couple of people's not-so-nice comments made an 8-year-old girl cry her eyes out. If you must criticize, please be constructive! I can't take any more tears. Secondly: pledge! pledge! pledge!
Enough lecture!!! On to Music!!
"BASF Husband" by Copydex ("Copydex glues old music back together from recordings of recordings of recordings. In an intuitive recomposition that is always improvised. Copydex currently uses a Roland SP404 to make that music.")