Thursday, April 28, 2011


Morning Music: Etch the Line, by Correatown

I'm now on my second listen through this lovely six-track EP from independent Los Angeles dream-pop band Correatown (helmed by vocalist Angela Correa).

They're "DIY," which means they've got a Kickstarter to raise money for their first album — the minimum requested donation is a dollar, but if you give them $65, Angela "will create a LIVE freestyled rap-ditty (performed to the end credits music of The Wire!) about YOU or a subject of your choosing," if you give them $350, you get "the most delicious meal you can imagine," for four, served in the LA area (or where tour dates coincide), and you don't even want to know what $2,000 gets you.

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Emma K@twitter

OMG she is the singing voice of Darlene in Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story (aka the best movie ever: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UP5YFr4SkCQ

Quick Brown Fox

Stuff like this is why I keep running out of money before the end of the month. Screw groceries, I need a special rap-ditty about ME!

Emma Tuck

I've had Play in my Favourites list for a long time now, I'm so glad they have an EP out! Love <3


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