Magic People “The Lazy Lazy Killer”
Major Stars “Pocket”
Sephiroth’s Knot “Starved Eye”
Clawjob “(Let’s Focus on the) Research”
Merrie Amsterburg “Clementine”
Maria Ventura “No Goodbye”
The Kickbacks “Lazy Eye”
Frank Black “I’m Not Dead (I’m in Pittsburgh)”
Casey Dienel “All or Nothing”
Francine “Storrow Drivers”
Ryan Lee Crosby LIVE
Aeroplane, 1929 “Act of Contrition”
Nat Baldwin “Through the Night”
Ryan Lee Crosby INTERVIEW
Capstan Shafts “God’s Favorite Foreigner”
Mission of Burma “Good Not Great”
Pants Yell! “Your Feelings Don’t Show”
Mittens “Looks Like You Could Use a Little Love”
I got this email from my friend Sharon, and thought I’d pass it along. –Ramsey
The Union Square Farmers’ Market is back! Well, almost. June 10 – Oct 28, in the heart of Union Square, ever Saturday 9am – 1pm.
We are looking for volunteer musicians to perform at the market. It’s a great neighborhood atmosphere with a lively crowd. The Farmers’ market will be joined by the Craft Market (featuring local artists and craftsters) every Saturday between July 22nd and Oct 7th.
We can provide a large tent, some seating, and access to outlets. You are welcome to sell CDs or promote upcoming shows and put out a hat for tips. This is a great way to play outdoors and support the community. It’s an unpaid gig, but in the past the market has received a lot of press and attention for combining food, art, and entertainment.
Last year the music was really well received, with a few complains about the loud bands, so we are looking for anything that is family friendly and not too loud. The primary focus of the market is buying and selling local foods and crafts and the atmosphere should be welcoming and comfortable. We are open to all kinds of music reflecting the cultural diversity of Union Square.
Interested? Email MaryCat — UnionSquareMarket@gmail.com Please include a few dates that will work for you.
Thanks for your support!
Submarines “This Conversation”
Mission of Burma “13”
Capstan Shafts “Magical Dance Number Scene”
Dresden Dolls “First Orgasm”
Magic People “Firefighter Fighter”
Hydronaut “Give It and Get It”
Major Stars “The Ravager”
Paper Thin Stages “In the Deer”
Snowleopards “Stuck in the Middle”
Baby Ray “Idiots Are Out”
Larkin Brigade “This is a Rebel City”
Damone “Stabbed in the Heart”
Our Lady of Bells “Lace”
Josh Ritter “Wolves”
Alec K Redfearn and the Eyesores “Choreboy and a Blowtorch”
Pants Yell! “You Want Trouble”
After a long winter, we here at Pipeline! have started making improvements to this here website that you’re looking at.
First and most importantly, you’ll now see a graphic at the top of every playlist post. Click on the “Play” half of the graphic, and you’ll automatically start listening to that week’s episode of Pipeline! – at any time – without having to do anything else. (though you’ll catch the last few minutes of the show previous due to the nature of the way the mp3s archive)
Neat, huh? Oh, it’s not perfect—the links will only be good for a couple weeks due to copyright regulations, standard disclaimers apply, etc. etc. etc., But it sure makes it easy to listen to if you miss a show.
Next up are some improvements to our Podcast—but I’ll discuss those in a separate post. To be continued!
For those of you into RSS, we cleaned up our feeds and now offer a simple, easy-to-find feed of all our entries, instead of the separate per-category feeds we used to have.
If you missed it, we now have our very own MySpace page, complete with some pictures of our bad selves. We’re only adding bands who’ve played on the show as friends, so don’t be upset if we reject you… instead, send us your music!. Jeff listens to everything that’s sent. Seriously.
Finally, we’ve started adding more historical info to the Who are you guys? page. Pipeline! has been around for a long time, many people have come and gone, and we think it’s important to acknowledge those who’ve helped bring you the show over the years.
Dirty Projectors “Two Young Sheeps”
Magic People “Sugar Mountain”
Campaign for Real-Time “Turn the Gun on Me”
Pants Yell! “Kids are the Same”
Mittens “The Way We’re Living”
Seekonk “Orange & Blue”
Alec K Redfearn and the Eyesores “Overhang”
Tom Thumb and the Latter Day Saints “Gracie’s Mine”
Casey Dienel “Baby James”
Mission of Burma “1001 Pleasant Dreams”
Paper Thin Stages “Aging Residents Public”
Hydronaut “These Buildings”
Nat Baldwin “Wide Open Eyes”
Crank Sturgeon “Sequins”
Josh Ritter “In the Dark”
Muck + the Mires “One Way to Know”
Sure, many people were surprised at the verdict in the Apple Computers v. Apple Records case over in the UK, where the courts ruled that iTunes somehow didn’t infringe on the agreement they had made with the Beatles to stay out of the music business, but was anyone as surprised as this guy?
Our Lady of Bells “Oh My Oh My”
Tom Thumb “Dark Rooms”
Nat Baldwin “Heavy to Hold”
Major Stars “The Ravager”
Mission of Burma “Nancy Reagan’s Head”
Doomriders “The Whipcrack”
Scamper “Bruised By You”
Submarines “Ready or Not”
Seekonk “The Great Compromise”
Mittens “Baby Don’t Know”
the Spoilers “Strike the Bell”
La Peste “Pop Rock Polls”
Asian Mae, Caleb Mulkerin, Estrella Rogers “Sequins”
Magic People LIVE
Merrie Amsterburg “Black is the Color of My True Love’s Hair”
Sool “The Girl That I Just Met”
Pants Yell! “Our Turf”
Magic People INTERVIEW
Josh Ritter “Good Man”
Capstan Shafts “Aching Tiny Everywheres”
Campaign for Real-Time “Something is Wrong”
Seekonk “Take My Wife”
Submarines “Modern Inventions”
Josh Ritter “One More Mouth”
Mission of Burma “Birthday”
Campaign for Real-Time “Nina’s Favorite Song”
Doomriders “Listen Up!”
Just Ben “Occupational Hazard”
Mates of State “What It Means”
Paper Thin Stages “The Day Mark Martin Dropkicked Mr. B”
Our Lady of Bells “With My Eyes”
Dresden Dolls “Sex Changes”
Tom Thumb “Real Small Talk”
Little Wooden Men “(track 4)”
the Weisstronauts LIVE
“Hot Dog City”
“Just Don’t Know”
“Odysseus Goes to America”
“Pleasant Valley Sunday”
Pants Yell! “Easy to be Cruel”
the Weisstronauts INTERVIEW
Major Stars “Fake Date”