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Sunday, December 9, 2007

One of The Top Albums of 2007


Like nothing you've ever heard. I think this is what we get for the consumption of all those gypsy tears. With such a New York based eclectic sound, bands like The Harlem Shakes, Vampire Weekend, and White Rabbits openly admit that Yeasayer truly owns big for the best competing New York band at this time, debuting in October with their '07 release of All Hour Cymbals on We Are Free Records

[All Hour Cymbals (07).zip]

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White Rabbits

They may be under the impression that they've been overshot by Yeasayer's striking sound, but nonetheless White Rabbits are still sturdy contenders. Although they have been in The City for just over a year, they have managed to catch the attention of Say Hey Records and producer Chris Zane (Shy Child, Asobi Seksu, Les Savy Fav) with their stellar songwriting ability and instrumental aplomb.

Lead by dual vocalists, Greg Roberts (Guitar / Vox) and Steve Patterson (Piano / Vox), the 6 piece is rounded out by Alex Even (Guitar / Vox), Adam Russell (Bass), Matt “The Duck” Clark (Drums) and Jamie Levinson (Drums). With a certain joie de vive, playfulness and charm White Rabbits debut with their 2007 album, Fort Nightly.

[Fort Nightly ('07).zip]

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Vampire Weekend

Hailing from New York, Vampire Weekend is indie rock with an afro-beat style. The band includes: Ezra Koenig (vocals), Rostam Batmanglij (keys & vox), Christopher Tomson (drums) and Chris Baio (bass). They've been compared to Bedouin Sound Clash and Bishop Allen. Their self-titled debut hit the community this fall following their EP Cape Cod Kawassa Kawassa.

[Vampire Weekend (07).zip]

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The Harlem Shakes

The Harlem Shakes are an American indie rock band, based in Brooklyn, New York City. Their name comes from a well-known dancing step, the Harlem shake.

Formed by musicians Brent Katz (drums, vocals), Jose Soegaard (bass, vocals), Lexy Benaim (vocals), Todd Goldstein (guitar, vocals) and Kendrick Strauch (keyboards, vocals), the band is one of many bands that have helped to the 60's garage rock revival. The most recent EP, Burning Birthdays, was released in '06.

[Burning Birthdays (o6).zip]

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