don't get used to this...

...but yes, this is the second post we've added in only a week. Just consider yourselves lucky.

This time, we've got a sort of hybrid track for you. It sounds a bit like a noise jam, in the mold of, say, "buddha machine music." But it's not exactly a jam - though it's based entirely on improvisation, it was multitracked in the same way as "the target," and by the same 3/5 of the band. The result is quite different from either of those songs, but we like it. Or at least 3/5 of us do, and we're confident that you will, too. Or maybe that it'll grow on you over time. Just give it a chance, ok?

As a special bonus, if you make it to the end of the song you get to experience the rockingest triangle duet you've ever heard. No kidding:

Oh, and before you start, a technical note: We're aware that some folks are having a little trouble streaming songs from the blog, and we're working on it (you may have noticed a new, more elegant look to the players, too, thanks to the del.icio.us playtagger - great stuff, but we're still working out the kinks). In the meantime, you can always just right click on the song titles themselves and download your very own, super-high-quality, unrestricted mp3s - yours to keep, no questions asked!

And let us know if you have problems, suggestions, propositions, etc.

Oh, and here's the song:
hold me now in an ordinary way.



Anonymous said...

This song reminds me of peanut butter. Smoooove Peanut Butter.

Nina said...

It is like lying down naked on a faux fur rug, a faux bearskin that has a faux bear face, in front of a fireplace and getting your picture taken for a magazine, but you feel OK and maybe kinda good about it.

Zoe said...

I like it when it kicks in, and the triangle, and the fuzz, and...yeah. Awesome.

Nina said...

Then I listened to high sign and it made me want to go to a bar in a deep blue velour pantsuit with a tube top and knit a hat while sipping a white russian. It would be a really nice, really warm, probably angora ski-cap type hat.