Monthly Archives: September 2010

Speakend Playlist (9/30 – 10/3)

Final Results: “The Combination Is Explosive” by Tango Machina (27) “Try To Understand” (remix) by The Gay Blades (23) “Black Hole” by The New Volume (12) “April 27, 2004” by Green Paper (5) “I Cried Wolf” by Almost There (5) … Continue reading

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Local Talent Showcased At The Pony: Almost There, Tango Machina, The New Volume, and Breathing Blue

“What you saw here tonight,” said Paul Caffrey, the front-man of Tango Machina “this was important.  What’s happening in New Jersey, and the music scenes in Asbury Park and New Brunswick will prove to be very important in the near … Continue reading

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The Music Box: Rosewood Ghosts’ Self-Titled Debut

Track Listing: Anjali Hey Justine Too Late Barry Dime Cape Cod Rashers Of A Wanton Touch Store Bought Drugs Passing Cabs And Footsteps Paid in Full Walking Lightly I Warned You Golden The Band: Hoboken, NJ is where Rosewood Ghosts … Continue reading

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The Speaker Box (9/27 – 10/3)

The Gay Blades have released the second installment of its Savages video series: SATURDAY Another Dead Weather track live from Bonnaroo 2010…”Treat Me Like Your Mother.”  I can’t wait to go back next year. Manchester Orchestra’s front-man Andy Hull is … Continue reading

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Speakend Playlist (9/23 – 9/26)

Final Results: “April 27, 2004” by Green Paper (30) “All Summer” by Kid Cudi, Rostam Batmanglij, and Beth Cosentino (26) “Clouds” by Dave Roberts (19) “Parklife” by Blur (7) “The Only One” by Manchester Orchestra (6) “Bitch, Look At Me … Continue reading

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The Music Box: Savages by The Gay Blades

Track Listing: Rock N’ Roll (Part 1) Try To Understand Puppy Mills Presents Mick Jagger Why Winter in Detroit? November Fight Song Too Cool To Quit Shadow’s Like A Ghost Burns And Shakes Wasted On The youth Every Night Is … Continue reading

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Ace Of Cakes Is An Ace On Bass, Duff Goldman Visits TCNJ

According to Duff Goldman, in an interview with TCNJ’s The Signal, he made cakes to  monetarily support his music career.  The star of Ace of Cakes now fronts the Experimental jam band …soihadto…  Now don’t take this the wrong way.  … Continue reading

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