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Mystery Jets : Daria’s Dream

The Mystery Jets are working on their new album down in Austin, Texas in pursuit of that all American rock sound. It is a them fulfilling their musical manifest destiny as they move to the promise land to try to conquer the American musical landscape. They recently released the title single of off Serotonin with a Pink Floyd cover – a song that Pink Floyd composed for Michelangelo Antonioni’s 1970 cult film “Zabriskie Point”.

Mystery Jets – Daria’s Dream

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Luca C. Spangles Mix IV “Message from the Stars”

Yet another Disco history lesson from Luca C. I love the Pink Project cover of “Another Brick in the Wall” and The Rah Band’s “Messages from the Stars”, checkout both tracks after the jump.

Luca C. Spangles Mix IV “Message from the Stars”

The Rah Band – Messages from the Stars

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NT89 x Asian Dan – Go BIG or Go Home

NT89 – Go BIG or Go Home (Atom Heart Mother)

NT89 produced this theme song/cover for the b-log and is getting shirts made. Peep it. Some big changes are on the way in the next few weeks for Asian Dan so be on the lookout. Thanks for reading and for all the love.

NT89 Myspace

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Justice x 28 Weeks Later

What does Glenjamn and a few of his buddies decide do when they get high? The most typical stoner thing, find songs that sync up to movies, Justice x 28 Weeks Later. Thus is born, 28 Stressful Weeks Later. This is some epic shit, Michael Jackson’s Thriller on crack. Justice should have just scored this entire movie. Is this our generation’s Pink Floyd and Wizard of Oz? I quote Glenjamn by saying this is “one of the most important stoner discoveries of our time”. Take note of the transition from Stress into Waters of Nazareth.

Glenjamn Presents: 28 Stressful Weeks Later

Stress & Waters of Nazareth

One Minute to Midnight & Phantom Pt. II (Soulwax Remix)

The movie ends with zombies running toward the Eiffel Tower, freak coincidence?!?

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The Mars Volta Cover Siouxsie & the Banshees, Pink Floyd & The Sugarcubes?!

The Mars Volta – Pulled to Bits (Siouxsie & the Banshees)

At The Drive-In – Take Thy Stetphoscope and Walk (Pink Floyd Cover)

Red Hot Chili Peppers – Christine (Siouxsie & the Banshees) – Live @ V2001

Bonus tracks and b-sides of The Bedlam and Goliath out 1.29.2008:

“Back Up Against the Wall” (Circle Jerks cover, available on The Mars Volta’s official website as a digital download) – 1:34

“Birthday” (The Sugarcubes cover, available on the Japan edition bonus DVD)[12]

“Candy & a Currant Bun” (Pink Floyd cover, available on the UK, AUS and NZ versions of the album)[13]

“Pulled to Bits” (Siouxsie & the Banshees cover, available on the “Wax Simulacra” single) – 3:27

“Things Behind the Sun” (Nick Drake cover, available on the Japan edition bonus DVD)[12]

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