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La Ritournelle

  Reminded of Sebastien Tellier‘s gorgeous track by the advent of summer, memories of first hearing springing up from where they had pleasantly been snuggled. Enjoy.    

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Honey Dove

  A Motown classic from the ’50s or ’60s? Nope. The album comes out on June 2. Lee’s on MySpace. If there was even an instant classic, this is it.    

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Mere Guru Dev

KD is coming to KC. Last time around we didn’t go. It was billed as a “concert” and held in (admittedly beautiful) Unity Temple on the Plaza—not in a yoga studio or high school gym, places where we’ve had previously the pleasure of joining him in kirtan. This time it’s…

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Tortoise Regrets Hare

  Loved Fife-based James Yorkston’s gorgeous track “Summer Song” when it was first released, and we’ve happily just rediscovered him, in particular this lovely song. Reminiscent of Bonnie Prince Billy… Visit MySpace to listen.    

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Honeybeast

Experimental DJ and animator Sheldon Drake is off to Berlin and gave us a little going away present—gritty and beautiful, it’s pure Schnoidl. Bon voyage!      

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See

Can’t stop playing See by Jonathan Jeremiah. A gorgeous, reflective track perfect for the end of winter.        

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ELA Lives!

One of our favorite plug-ins — Extended Live Archives — though long-neglected has recently risen from the dead thanks to Jason Hansen at theglitch.ws. Archives are one of the lesser-developed aspects of WordPress, and this plugin, while years old, still hasn’t been improved on in terms of simplicity and function.…

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We love to Shopp

Back in September, a client needed an e-commerce solution for WordPress MU that had some specific requirements: it had to handle both PayPal and Google Checkout, had to support digital downloads and intangeables as well as physical goods with various tax and shipping options, and it had to be secure…

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100 Yard Dash

An old-school monster by producer Raphael Saadiq: 100 Yard Dash. MySpace: http://www.myspace.com/raphaelsaadiq.        

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Rope of Sand

Loved Jamie Lidell’s album Jim when it came out around the beginning of ’08, but it doesn’t seem to have aged well—except for the final track, Rope of Sand. We’ve dusted it off and it’s in rotation once again. Check out Jamie Lidell online. MySpace.    

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