Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Hurts To Laugh's 'Nerve' Vid, We Own This Town Vol. 52, DJ Burgers' Spring Mix [Bits]

Posted By on Tue, Apr 17, 2012 at 4:31 PM

Well, it's press day, so we're under the gun around here to put out this newspaper thing we do (Newspapers! Remember those?). Also, I'm still experiencing what is turning out to be a two-hour shit-show thanks to ordering some Thai food via Go Waiter (they botched it!). Therefore, I'm frustrated and hungry, and these bits have no theme.

* Above you can see Hurts To Laugh's new video for "Nerve." Two-piece garage-rocking in a garage. The best thing about HTL is their live show, so they played this one correctly. We Own This Town says the video (see it here as well) was directed by Roderick Trestrail, so I'm going to go ahead and believe that.

* Speaking of We Own This Town, they just posted the 52nd volume of their fine podcast. This one features some tunes you may have already heard here on the Cream — from Meadownoise, PUJOL and Echo Group — as well as new-to-us jams from Cream faves Quichenight, Uncle Skeleton, Cherub and more. It's a good one. Get over there and get it as an MP3 or M4A.

* And finally, Scene shutterbug Steve Cross — who loves music and science, fancy that — also operates under the moniker DJ Burgers. He's just posted his spring mix, and it features some lascivious cover art and a baker's dozen smooth dance-floor bangers. Hear the whole thing after the jump.

Hey, our noodles are here! Totally acceptable delivery time. I am not frustrated at all.

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