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DJ Fathertime at the Graves with guests Tarik Thornton and Monsieur Geoffrey

Don't Miss

DJ Fathertime at the Graves with guests Tarik Thornton and Monsieur Geoffrey

After a ten and a half year run at the King & I, DJ Fathertime’s first Fridays return at Cosmos. We’ll kick off the new year with a night of soul music provided by DJ Fathertime with guest sets by Monsieur Geoffrey and Tarik Thornton. And, there’s a dance floor!

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Crocodiles, Endless Flowers

New Reviews

Crocodiles, Endless Flowers

They have the ability to fins beauty in solution, trepidation and apathy, which is perfect for the disenfranchised American and the anxious youth. Plus, they wrote riff so accessible, you’d swear they stole them. Even the onslaught of sound cannot bury them.

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Songs I Turned Up

Final Vinyl, 2012 Part 1

A mix of a few of the Mondophonic favorites from 2012. All the music was sourced from vinyl released in 2012. Final Vinyl 2012 – A mix of vinyl sourced music released in 2012, part 1. by Djfathertime on Mixcloud Old Folks Boogie, 2012. Old Folks Boogie – The Old Guard’s New Releases from 2012. […]

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Shows

The Clean at The Echo, May 30, 2012, Los Angeles, Ca

A London Fireman called Bingo introduced me to the sonic delights of The Clean (and The Birthday Party, The Swans, and Crime & the City Solution) and I never looked back. Bingo was a madman, but had great taste in music, last I heard he was a fire eater at Killing Joke shows. ‘Tis true.

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The Local Natives, Hummingbird

Blind Rate

The Local Natives, Hummingbird

The Blind Rate is a way of listening to music without pretense. Supplied with an album that has had the artist, title and track names removed, I can critically listen to an album without (much) presumption.

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Beg, Borrow & Steal - The Ohio Express

Crate Diggin'

Beg, Borrow & Steal – The Ohio Express

“Beg, Borrow & Steal” is a great pop-rock single. It is obviously based on the “Louie, Louie” chord changes but it employs British invasion harmonies. The Ohio Express is the same band that would go on to score the huge bubblegum hits, “Yummy, Yummy, Yummy” and “Chewy Chewy” as well as “Down At Lulu’s.” Or was it the same band?

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Set Lists

NoTown setlist from the King & I

NoTown was a night of all vinyl covers of Motown songs done by non-Motown artists. Here’s part 1 of the NoTown setlist: Leon Haywood – Let’s Get It On Fred Wesley – You Sure Love To Ball Les McCann – What’s Going On Leon Spencer – Mercy Mercy Me Tjader / McRae – Don’t You […]

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