VIDEO: Cosmonauts’ “Sweet Talk”

It looks and sounds like something you might have waited to see on 120 Minutes or Alternative Nation, but these are the Cosmonauts, who are rocking out with something that looks like it was shot on a super 8mm camera, or at least they may have used an 8mm filter to create “Sweet Talk”, taken from their Persona Non Grata album on Burger Records released last summer. The album is available on MP3, vinyl, CD, and cassette. If you prefer your music in a lossless manner, head over to Burger Records for ordering details.

RECORD CRACK: Fat Possum to release a 7″ by Gap Dream

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Gabriel Fulvimar’s music has been compared to Giorgio Moroder, Fripp & Eno, and Cann, at least it says so in this bio here for Fulvimar’s project, Gap Dream, and he will be sharing those influences on September 17th with a new single on Fat Possum Records. “Shine Your Love” b/w “Light On A G String” are the two sides of the 45 (which you may pre-order via and you can listen to the A-side below.

Gap Dream will be doing it on the road with musical help from Pangea The Growlers, and Cosmonauts, get to the shows early so you can get your money’s worth.

September 19… Vancouver, BC (Electric Owl)
September 20… Seattle, WA (Neumos)
September 21… Portland, OR (Wonder Ballroom)
September 24… Salt Lake City, UT (Urban Lounge)
September 25… Denver, CO (Bluebird Theater)
September 26… Omaha, NE (Slowdown)
September 27… St. Paul, MN (Turf Club)
September 28… Chicago, IL (Subterranean)
September 29… Detroit, MI (Magic Stick)
October 1… Toronto, ON (Lee’s Palace)
October 2… Montreal, QC (Il Motore)
October 3… Boston, MA (Sinclair)
October 4… Philadelphia , PA (First Unitarian Church)
October 5… New York, NY (Bowery Ballroom)
October 6… Washington, DC (Black Cat)
October 8… Atlanta, GA (Terminal West)
October 9… Nashville, TN (Mercy Lounge)
October 11… Houston, TX (Fitzgerald’s)

VIDEO: Cosmonauts’ “What Me Worry”

From their Burger Records album Persona Non Grata, here is the fantastic Cosmonauts saluting Alfred E. Neuman by saying “What Me Worry”? I believe all members of Cosmonauts have their teeth, but this is uncertain at this time. Smile, gentlemen.

The album can be bought as MP3’s, record, compact disc, or cassette (in that order) below from Amazon.

SOME STUFFS: Free The Robots remix Feeding People

If you’ve heard of Feeding People, then you may know of their current single, “Island Universe”. They’ve allowed Free The Robots to do a remix of it, and it’s brilliant. If this remix makes you groove on and turn towards their music, awesome. Have a listen.

They have one scheduled show in November at the Echo in Los Angeles, where Cosmonauts, The Abigails, and Gap Dream will also be on the bill.