Saturday, November 20, 2004

Good News Good Music

If your in the mood for some new DJ Dangermouse, download the Grey Video to see the Beatles and Jay-Zee as you've never seen them before. And if you haven't heard The Grey Album, you really should give it a listen. It's a shame this thing will never see a legitimate music label. (Via Boing Boing.)

While you're checking out new music, head over to VH1, where you can listen to the new U2 album, How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb, in its entirety.

And in other music news, the ever-generous Joseph Arthur has placed an entire live show on his site for your downloading pleasure. He played this seven-song set at a benefit for John Kerry at the Living Room in NYC.

If you've never heard Arthur, he's a must listen. He was the first American artist signed to Peter Gabriel's label a few years ago.

He's going on tour supporting his new album Our Shadows Will Remain, which I'll be reviewing for Skyscraper. Looks like I'm going to see him at the Bluebird in Denver. I couldn't be more excited.

You can watch the powerful and pointed anti-war video for "All of Our Hands" here (a stand-alone single insofar as I know and a video which won't be shown on MTV any time soon) and listen to three songs off the album here.

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