rock

The Avett Brothers - Slight Figure of Speach

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Want to get on the MaxFunBlog? Hire Andy Daly.

IT'S THAT SIMPLE.

Randy Newman - Easy Street

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So casually does The Newm eviscerate the Lindsey Lohans of the world.

Music on The Daily Habit

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If you're a Jordan, Jesse, Go! listener, you know that Jordan's day job is as a correspondent on Fuel TV's The Daily Habit. If you're not the action sports type, you've probably missed out on the great music they book on the show.

Above, past TSOYA guests The Hold Steady perform "Stay Positive." Below, past TSOYA guest Brother Ali performs "The Preacher." Check out the music section of the Fuel site for even more from folks like Dinosaur Jr., Raekwon, Bonnie "Prince" Billy, Art Brut, Busta Rhymes and a million others.

My Life Is Good

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This is one of my ten favorite things of all time.

Yo La Tengo - Sugarcube

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A) This song is a jam.
B) John Ennis is hilarious.
C) So are Bob and David.
D) YLT on TSOYA some years ago.
E) Best Onion article ever?
F) via Kung Fu Grippe

Blak Roc - Ain't Nothing Like You (Hoochie Coo)

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Blakroc: Ain't Nothing Like You (Hoochie Coo) Ft. Mos Def and Jim Jones from Jonah Schwartz on Vimeo.

The Black Keys on the beat, Mos Definitely and Jim Jones on the microphone, Dame Dash in the booth. Kind of fresh, right?

Fugazi - "Waiting Room"

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I'm preparing to interview Ian MacKaye, and this clip jumped out at me. Fantastic.

"Donald & Sons Hardware" from Liam Lynch

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I meant to post this once, and I'm too lazy to go back and search if I actually did get around to posting it. NO MATTER. It's JUST THAT FUNNY.

Langhorne Slim Interview & Performance on The Sound of Young America

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Show: 
Bullseye
Guests: 
Langhorne Slim

Langhorne Slim is a singer-songwriter whose songs explore the more passionate side of traditional music. His newest album is "Be Set Free." He joined Jesse in the studio for a conversation about his music and a live performance.

Prince - Head (Live in 1981)

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Sometimes I think "Dirty Mind" might surpass "Sign O the Times" as my favorite Prince album. SO MANY POWER JAMS.

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