A couple of weeks ago, I blogged about My Brightest Diamond, you can stream their newest album, A Thousand Shark’s Teeth from AOL. Seriously, give it a listen, you won’t be disappointed – especially if you’re into St. Vincent, Niko Case or any of those hip songbirds.
Radiohead – “Best of”
The Cool Kids – “Bake Sale”
photo courtesy of Stereogum
I, myself, have never been a huge fan of Radiohead, though the people that fill my social circles air on the side of “die-hard” rather than casual listener. Though I’ve always appreciated the quality of their music, they’ve always been lumped into the “really good background music” side of my collection.
In either case, the one thing that I can say about them is that I’ve really come to appreciate their renegade style when it comes to fighting against the music industry – especially by giving away their latest album, In Rainbows more or less for free. To prove how much more they don’t need a label and how amazingly awesome they are, the band announced yesterday that they’ve created a site that allows fans and users alike to upload remixes of their single Nude (you can download the single here).
Pitchfork recently featured a pretty decent remix of the song by Canadian band, Holy Fuck – click here to download it.
Visit the Nude Micro-Site to upload your remix.