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Friday, December 04, 2009

neon indian x daytrotter



Alan Palomo and Neon Indian played a few Psychic Chasms jams for Daytrotter recently; take a listen to "Deadbeat Summer" -- complete with expanded Rundgren sample -- below, and download the full session here.








neon indian :: deadbeat summer (daytrotter session)

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11 comments:

Anonymous Matt said...

Love the live drums on "Deadbeat Summer"

9:57 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

what a mess

1:02 PM  
Anonymous kendal croix said...

great song. perfect anthem to summer.

2:52 PM  
Anonymous tinagray said...

Folk Christmas Songs:
http://www.ranker.com/list/folk-christmas-albums/christmas-music

4:40 PM  
Blogger ChemicalDan said...

Seriously, this session has downright terrible sound. Who manned the boards for this recording? The drums overpower the synths and the background vox overpowers the lead.

2:26 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

sounds decent. the original hurt my ears, with neon indians apparent inability to stop the high frequencies from raping your eardrums. this track could some better mixing.

7:19 PM  
Anonymous Richie said...

Agreed with the anonymous post above: I like Neon Indian's songs, but the EQ'ing on the album is awful, it kills your ears listening to it on headphones at any sort of volume. I think this session sounds okay though. Daytrotter tend to go for sort of a 'raw' sound and I like that, makes it feel more genuine and spontaneous.

10:04 PM  
Anonymous Beat Maker said...

Very nice.

6:30 AM  
Blogger shelley duvall said...

lots of little woofters read this blog huh

10:33 AM  
Anonymous regular injun said...

shelly duvall = best commenter ever

10:42 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Nitpickers....go make some music of your own and get it covered by GVB. Until then, shut up and listen to the music. *Holding up middle finger*

12:54 PM  

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