Tracks Monkeys With Lasers

Podcast #17

The 17th podcast, featuring;

Laurent Garnier – No Music, No Life
The Tallest Man On Earth – The Sparrown And The Medicine
Mark Fernando – Visiting The City
Rancid – Last One To Die (Acoustic)
Miike Snow – Silvia
Iconoclasts – Pretenders
Danananakroyd – Black Wax
Memory Cassette – Asleep At A Party
Danger Mouse & Sparklehorse – Revenge (ft. Wayne Coyle)
Crocodiles – I Wanna Kill
Kitty, Daisy & Lewis – Going Up The Country
She Keeps Bees – Gimmie
TV On The Radio – Staring At The Sun (Live)
Emmy The Great – We Almost Had A Baby
Noah And The Whale – Blue Skies
Dan Deacon – Slow With Horns / Run For Your Life

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Podcast #14


Here you go folks, it’s the first of the Pendros Podcasts to feature on the blog! The tracklisting is;

Instruments (Make Music) – Bright Eyes Make Good Dogs
Tellison – Henry Went To Paris (Maybeshewill Remix)
Minaars – Spelt With A K (Maybeshewill Remix)
Metric – Gimmee Sympathy
The Dead Weather – Hang You From The Heavens
Silversun Pickups – It’s Nice To Know You Work Alone
Frank Turner – Photosynthesis (Live at Pure Groove Records)
The Strange Boys – Heard You Wanna Beat Me Up
The Rural Alberta Advantage – The Deathbridge In Lethbridge
We Were Promised Jetpacks – Quiet Little Voices
Masske – Domitian
And So I Watch You From Afar – TheseRIOTSareJUSTtheBEGINNING
Dananananakroyd – Infinity Milk
Future Of The Left – Stand By/You Manatee
Frightened Rabbit – Floting In The Forth

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Hope you enjoy it and let us know what you think. Another, already recorded podcast, is ready as well and will go up tomorrow but for now enjoy what you have!

New Release – Dananananaykroyd, Hey Everyone
April 9, 2009, 12:55 pm
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This Monday saw the release of the debut album by the wonderfully named Dananananaykroyd (although it must be said, their name reminds me far too much of this punk classic which I happen to own on yellow 7″) almost 10 months after the release of their EP Sissy Hits.


This Glasgow 6 piece play what is affectionately known as “fight pop” (or post hardcore or whatever) and have been on the radar of a fair few people for a while now but hopefully with their first full release they can kick on and make it big time.

The album itself starts off with the thunderous instrumental ‘Hey Everyone’ before seamlessly flowing into ‘Watch This!’ with the band all singing the band name. The album as a whole works really well with their slightly darker and distorted indie guitars complementing the boisterous vocals (and two drummers) rather well.

Each track rolls into the next giving you hardly any time to recover, keeping the intensity of the album going.

Highlights: Pink Sabbath, Infinity Milk

Sounds like: Johnny Foreigner

Rating: 8 guitar playing monkeys


Pink Sabbath Download

Some Dresses Download

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