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Weekly Podcast

An hour of new music from The Oedipus Project on CyberStationUSA today at 5:00
pm Eastern and on-demand thereafter.

The Dodos
Panda Bear
The Pogues
Dropkick Murphys
Lykke Li
New York Dolls
Blonde Redhead
Alela Diane
Eddie Vedder
Kurt Vile
J Mascis
Ben Harper
Smith Westerns
Toro Y Moi


The world of music is cyclical and goes into hiatus a few weeks before Christmas and into the new year. Slowly new music is released in January and gains momentum later in the winter flowing into the spring.

Bands that enthralled me last year included Arcade Fire, Ariel Pink’s Haunted Graffiti, Avi Buffalo, Badly Drawn Boy, Beach House, Belle & Sebastian, Best Coast, Blonde Redhead, Delorean, The Drums, Dum Dum Girls, Eminem, Girl Talk, Glasser, Gorillaz, Janelle Monáe, Joanna Newsom, Karen Elson, Laura Marling, Lykke Li, Matt & Kim, Mumford & Sons, The National, No Age, Perfume Genius, Phoenix, School of Seven Bells, She & Him, Shearwater, Sleigh Bells, Stars, Titus Andronicus and Warpaint.

And The xx continued to give me great pleasure.

Here you will hear the best new music as it becomes available.

Next week we will have an exclusive Cure video.

Happy New Year indeed.

Oedipus Podcast #9: Indie Mid-summer

Magic Kids-“Summer”
Blonde Redhead-“Here Sometimes”
School of Seven Bells-“Bye Bye Bye”
Wolf People-“Tiny Circle”
of Montreal-“Coquet Coquette”
Menomena-“Five Little Rooms”
The Like-“”Fair Game”
Les Savy Fav-“Let’s Get Out of Here”
Jesse Woods-“Ugly Dress”
Black Mountain-“The Hair Song”
Stars-“Wasted Daylight”

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Evelyn Evelyn

The Breeders, Tegan & Sara, Good Charlotte, the Doves, Múm, the Veronicas, Blonde Redhead, and Clap Your Hands Say Yeah all have one thing in common: twins are in the band. Move over Thompson Twins, Cocteau Twins, Olsen Twins. For the first time in rock history, just when you think that you have seen it all, conjoined twins have taken to the stage. Evelyn Evelyn debuted last night in Cambridge, Massachusetts. United with two arms, two voices, four eyes, and one liver (oh pity that liver), Evelyn and Evelyn sang and played piano, ukulele and accordion as the stunned audience heard the story of their tragic life. Yes it was somewhat of a freak show, but then isn’t most rock partly a freak show? Coming to a town near you soon, Evelyn Evelyn have just released their self-titled album. “My Space” is taken from this disc. As Mick Jagger once intoned: “but what can two poor girls do, but sing for a rock ‘n’ roll band”.

“My Space”
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