Deastro / Tone Adventure #3

Posted on September 21st, by Lope Gutiérrez-Ruiz in Sound. No Comments


Tone Adventure #3 from the album Moondagger by Deastro [ Ghostly International, 2009 ]

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Monday afternoon means a new track on the the Gopher website. Meanwhile we’re still into our old favorites and have kept abusing the music we listen to week in, week out, until the calendar marks the end of time. This means, to this particular gopher, some Clash, some Ramones, Ms. Marshall, Mr. Cash and some Mr. Jackson [ who is experiencing some unpleasant hype these days ]. Last saturday we had a talk-about-music-like-you-were-listening-to-it night and two questions survived the evening unanswered: a) Is there a place to sell used mp3’s ? and b) What does it matter, J.? who is going to buy your old Jamiroquai tracks? . Those are actually three questions. Anyways, right now we’re listening to Deastro. Deastro has absolutely nothing to do with the rest of this paragraph; but Ghostly International keeps releasing solid albums, and Deastro is a ghostly-child so we keep the music rolling. You can get more info on the little genius by clicking here. I think that’s enough for a Monday at 11:00am, so see you next week little gophers out there.

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