Ten songs chosen by ten individuals, weekly.
Better known as: We aren't relavent in pop anymore so lets cross over to country.
Bob Dylan, on his lost songs.
It's always a good week with Amon releases a new album.
Perfect for when you have to work all weekend.
And not with those punk-ass iPod headphones. Something with base.
Helps to focus. No, really.
A little Afropop/reggae for Tuesday.
Just one more reason to love and support National Public Radio.
It's not Darling Nikki but it reminds me of a better Prince.
Perfect for an Asshat Monday™.
A match between year-end lists.
I'm shocked Red Carpet Massacre didn't make the top ten. Shocked!
Nice, eclectic, collection.
I used it to make coffee this morning.
Oh Tom Cruise, only your mind-technology could have prevented this.
Not sure if any of us are hip enough for this.
It's so nice to have Andy back in the saddle.
The latest from Gnarls Barkley.
If I had started the day off listening to this it might have gone slightly more chipper.
In other news, Ryan now has the ability to grow facial hair. Congratulations man!
I had no idea! This week can't end soon enough...
Saved for use later this week.
I hope it's worth the wait.
Adult Swim, you give so much and expect so little.
"...an electronic piece of which 90% is composed using sounds recorded from Alice In Wonderland."
"The new Lindstrøm album Where You Go I Go Too is 3 tracks, but clocks in at almost 55 minutes. It's $9.99 on iTunes, however Amazon MP3 just sees the 3 songs and charges $2.97."
It's the band you should be listening to right now.
Insert a 'your mom' iTunes joke here.
I looked for the full-length movie and could not find it anywheres.
A great way to take a break from everything.
Simmy, grab this before your trip.
The new single from Depeche Mode's upcoming album.
I'd like to see this in person some day.
I think one track is five minutes of a dog whistle quartet.
Sad there isn't a track titled Mojitoville.
Marcotte, Irelan, Cashdollar, Renaud... you need to download this now.
Irelan, I think you'll dig this.
I think it's a safe bet that anything from The Chipmunks is annoying, Christmas or not.
Sigur Rós is a close second.
Fantastic book on music posters for concerts and music acts.