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Video: Yuck “The Base of a Dream is Empty”

This is when it gets really fun for me.  When a local project brings in an up and coming act that I truly adore.  Our friends at LaundroMatinee were so kind to bring in one of my new favorite bands Yuck when they rolled through Indianapolis and rocked Radio Radio in October.  This session was recorded at Lovebird Recording.  Check out their song “The Base of a Dream is Empty,” which can be found on their deluxe release that dropped on October 11.  Plans are still tentative for Yuck in 2012, but we can only hope for more touring and well-spent hours in the studio. After seeing this video, I am confident that they will not disappoint.

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Written by Brett McGrath


Video: Dirty Beaches LaundroMatinee Session

Back in September, Alex Zhang Hungtai, known by his stage name Dirty Beaches, visited Indianapolis for a MOKB Presents show at White Rabbit Cabaret. The Taiwanese-born Canadian resident is a multi-instrumentalist known for his unique, genre-bending sound. A month after his show at The Rabbit, the good folks at LaundroMatinee released a pair of videos. All I can say is click play, folks, and prepare yourself for an auditory attack unlike most anything I’ve ever seen. See the rest of Dirty Beaches’ LaundroMatinee Session HERE.

Written by Rob Peoni


Video: Woodstove Flapjacks String Band

Laffayette, IN’s Woodstove Flapjacks String Band recently recorded a LaundroMatinee session for My Old Kentucky Blog. The session was recorded at Bruce Bill and Dave‘s art studio in Indianapolis. Watch the recording of their song “Boat’s Up The River” below. Visit LaundroMatinee for another video from Woodstove Flapjacks and plenty of other good stuff.

Written by Rob Peoni