AND THE TEARS WASHED ME, WAVE AFTER COWARDLY WAVE

I'm the dude that runs Graveface Records in Savannah, GA. I also play in Dreamend (clearly), The Marshmallow Ghosts, The Casket Girls, Black Moth Super Rainbow and a few others.

diagramforasuicide:

whirr played new stuff the other night and it was so fucking good.

worldcafe:

Dum Dum Girls, Beirut, Haley Bonar, The Bonzo Dog Band and more on today’s World Cafe playlist!

(photo by Pooneh Ghana for stereogum via women-in-music)

The Beatles - “I’ve Just Seen A Face” - Help
Hurray for the Riff Raff - “I Know It’s Wrong (But That’s Alright)” - Small Town Heroes
LCD Soundsystem - “All My Friends” - Sound of Silver
Broken Social Scene - “7/4 (Shoreline)” - Broken Social Scene

World Cafe Session
Dum Dum Girls - “Are You Okay?” - recorded live for World Cafe
Dum Dum Girls - “Lost Boys And Girls Club” - recorded live for World Cafe
Dum Dum Girls - “Ruimbaud Eyes” -recorded live for World Cafe

Kevin Drew - “Good Sex” - Darlings
Alt-J - “Tessellate” - An Awesome Wave
Sharon Van Etten - “Taking Chances” - Are We There
Beirut - “Santa Fe” - The Rip Tide

Phish - “Waiting All Night” - Fuego
Harry Nilsson - “Everybody’s Talking” - All Time Greatest Hits
Beck - “Blue Moon” - Morning Phase
Joan Osborne - “Smiling Faces” - Sometimes How Sweet It Is
Jarekus Singleton - “I Refuse To Lose” - Refuse To Lose
Stevie Ray Vaughan - “Crossfire” - Greatest Hits
John Fullbright - “Happy” - Songs
Patty Griffin - “One Big Love” - Flaming Red
Haley Bonar - “No Sensitive Man” - Last War
The National - “Bloodbuzz Ohio” - High Violet
The Black Keys - “It’s Up To You Now” - Turn Blue
Dr. John - “(Everybody Wanna Get Rich) Rite Away” - Desitively Bonnaroo
Wild Belle Keep You Isles

Final Vinyl
The Bonzo Dog Band - “The Intro and Outro” - The Beastiality of the Bonzos

(Source: stereogum.com)

wallartifact:

Listening to Golder while waiting for Last War to be released. 

mister-sensible:

Believe in me
In all I am
and all I could be
Trust in me
In all that I try
Believe in me
For all that I am,
not who I’ve been
I turn you round
And now I lay
And now I lay
And all I am
And all I am
And all I am
And all I am
And all I am
Believe in me
For all I could be, not who I’ve been
Trust in me
That I’ve changed
Yes I’ve changed
And I will try
And I have tried
But I will try
To be the best
That you deserve

This is really good and everyone should listen to it. 

dw-miller:

Record of the Day: So I Ate Myself, Bite by Bite by Dreamend

Velocity Lab: The Casket Girls Interview 

yourfriendtheviking:

Just found this little writeup on The Casket Girls from a blog called Velocity Lab. Ryan and the girls talk about all sorts of things, and even go into the visuals used. Maria Reichstadt and William Schaff are both amazing artists that I’ve been able to collaborate with for the Casket girls album art & packaging.

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dolorimeter:

It’s classical

An invitation to a golden age

It’s celestial

A spaceship from a steel cage

prettymuchanythingiknow:

we are the preacher / we are the choir / nobody is getting any higher / we’re on the same side, we’re on the same side, we’re on the same side

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The original casket girls came over on ships from France in the 1700’s, the intended brides of Louisiana settlers. Named for the coffin-shaped suitcases they carried with them, they were famous for their virtue, and for the pallid complexions that were the result of their long voyage — or because they were really vampires, no one seems sure.

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