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Friday, January 23, 2009


(photo by j. caldwell // more)

Okay, last AC post for at least the next 24 hours (probably): nyctaper captured a recording of the band's intimate Bowery Ballroom show the other night, calling it "the best unofficial live recording of Animal Collective that you will ever hear." Turns out the vocal sample in the new song they've been playing (which may or may not be tenatively titled "What Would I Want Sky") is taken from the Grateful Dead's "Unbroken Chain."

animal collective :: what would i want sky (live at bowery ballroom)
animal collective :: comfy in nautica (live at bowery ballroom)

get the whole show here


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Anonymous Anonymous said...

desktop background!

11:22 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

sooooo good

thanks nyc taper!

11:27 AM  
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11:45 AM  
Blogger how to dress well said...

All, i've posted a second mix, a little bit more bangin' than the first, for your listening pleasure.


pretty sure i'm the first person to mash up this bon iver cut, btw.
bon iver, black devil disco club, kelley polar, fennesz, kanye west, gorgoroth, the bug.

Below you'll find the link to part 1 and the first note.
Hi Friends--- out of procrastination, cabin fever, and in a spirit of true effusion, i have made a little micromix for all of you, under the banner of my How to Dress Well project.

Go here http://www.sendspace.com/file/xdeg6d
and scroll down to the bottom of the page and download the mp3. listen with your loved ones. send to friends. post wherever.

the kind of miserable (read: winterly) tracklist includes
zazen boys
lykke li (HTDW Perv Remix)
joy division
& feu thérèse

with lots of little noise flourishes for headphone listeners.
the album art is nice too, i think.
have a nice one!


12:45 PM  
Blogger Maxwell Hell said...

I can't download the show, is anybody else having this problem?

1:56 PM  
Blogger Maxwell Hell said...

The server is temporarily unable to service your request due to maintenance downtime or capacity problems. Please try again later.

Ahh, fuck the server. I'm listening to blue sky for now...

But if anyone can put the show on mediafire, that would be greatly appreciated.

2:02 PM  
Blogger Maxwell Hell said...

NEVER MIND, I got the mp3s.

2:05 PM  
Blogger nyctaper said...

Its on archive.org! That's the server hosting the files. I find it hard to believe that the demand for this crashed archive.org!

3:15 PM  
Blogger JeffGoldblumLife said...

have you heard this yet?


new cadence mixtape separation anxiety.

your throw up makes me want to throw up

3:59 PM  
Blogger fratster said...

Posts about Animal Collective are so bad they make me miss your White Denim posts.

6:04 PM  
Anonymous Ryan said...

Check out the Common Ear Podcast!
Or check the iTunes store, just search The Common Ear in Podcasts! Enjoy!

7:01 PM  
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8:45 PM  
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yo chris, get on the new black moth super rainbow picture disc! i've taken the liberty to post on it already, here's the info


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