Friday, January 28, 2005
  Queens Of The Stone Age - Two Tracks From Lullabies To Paralyze

In My Head and Little Sister (both from the upcoming album Lullabies To Paralyze)

Support Queens Of The Stone Age. Let's hope Brody Dalle doesn't turn our favorite band to shit. 

Saturday, January 08, 2005
  Ida - "Late Blues"

Late Blues (from the upcoming album Heart Like A River)

Support Ida and their label, Polyvinyl Records, because this is one of the best songs we've ever heard. Via Largehearted Boy.

We're back. Sorry about the delay. 

Thursday, November 18, 2004
  The Dears - Three Selections

Lost In The Plot and We Can Have It (from the new album No Cities Left)
Heartless Romantic (from the EP End Of A Hollywood Bedtime Story)

Support The Dears, because it will make our friends some money. 

Wednesday, November 17, 2004
  The Grey Video - "Encore"

Some crazy motherfucker has made a video for "Encore", one of the tracks from DJ Danger Mouse's now infamous bootleg The Grey Album (you can download it there -- the Klepshizzle wants to avoid legal trouble for right now).

The video is better than the album. Check it out here. (Via Boing Boing)

UPDATE: It's gone. Guess EMI got pissy -- again. If we can find it again, we'll change the link.

UPDATE: Waxy's got it. 

Monday, November 15, 2004
  Sleater-Kinney Sign With Sub Pop

After releasing four albums on the Kill Rock Stars label, rock trio Sleater-Kinney has signed with Seattle-based Sub Pop Records, and have begun work on their latest record, which is scheduled to be released sometime next May.

In the meantime, if you don't know anything about Sleater-Kinney, check out their website and listen to these fine tunes from their 2002 release One Beat:

"One Beat"

  Introducing The All New Klepshimi

As of today, Klepshimi is now the full-fledged music news, reviews, and mp3 download side project of The Decadent West. Actually, we've always been a side project of DW. It's just more official now that we have real advertisers.

We're gonna start things out a bit slow, so don't expect too many changes just yet. And don't worry, we're still gonna give you free music. Even more so now. We're just gonna be "talking" a lot more.

Thanks for your continued support.

The Management 

Friday, November 12, 2004
  Moving Units - Three Selections

Between Us & Them and Available (from the new debut album Dangerous Dreams)
I Am (from the Moving Units EP)

Support Moving Units, because they know how to dance, how to rock, and how not to suck all at once. 

Wednesday, November 10, 2004
  Death From Above 1979 - Two Selections

Little Girl (from the album You're A Woman, I'm A Machine)
Dead Womb (from the EP Heads Up!)

Support Death From Above 1979. They fucking rock hard. 

Monday, October 11, 2004
  The Black Keys - The Lengths

The Lengths

Support The Black Keys and their new album Rubber Factory

Saturday, October 09, 2004
  Ray LaMontagne - Trouble

Trouble (Streaming Audio)

Find out more about Ray LaMontagne, his beard, and his evil stare at his website

Friday, September 24, 2004
  The Kleptones - A Night At The Hip Hopera

Support The Kleptones, geniuses of our time. 

  U2 - Vertigo

Vertigo (Spanish radio edit)

Support The Decadent West, proponents of BiCurious by Britney Spears

  George W. Bush vs U2 - Sunday Bloody Sunday
Sunday Bloody Sunday

Image courtesy of Allah. Music via Audiostreet

  Fingers-Cut, Mega-machine! - Two Selections
Laughs Per Minute (from The Aggravated Music BBQ Sampler)
Testament (from the debut album Color Tub)

Support Aggravated Music. Dying friends need your love. 

  The Stills - Retour A Vega
Retour A Vega (from the film Wicker Park)  
Tuesday, August 17, 2004
  Constantines - Arizona
Friday, August 13, 2004
  The Helio Sequence - Everyone Knows Everyone
Everyone Knows Everyone

Support The Decadent West. They hate Scott Peterson

Friday, July 02, 2004
  Interpol - Live & Rare

Cubed (Live)
Narc (Live)
Stella Was A Diver And She Was Always Down (Radio Session)
Strangers In The Night (Live)
Untitled (Velapene Screen Remix)

Support The Decadent West, hardcore cunt aficionados (it's not a bad as you think). 

  Danger Mouse Vs. Zero 7

Somersault (Danger Mouse Remix featuring Doom) 
Tuesday, May 25, 2004
  2 Many DJs - As Heard On Radio Soulwax Part 9

01. Intro
02. Stupid - White Label
03. Chemical Brothers - Music/Response
04. Queens Of The Stoneage - Lost Art Of Keeping A Secret
05. The Black Neon - You're So Vain
06. Maurice Fulton - My Gigolo
07. Sonovac - Human Fly
08. Green Velvet Featuring Sagat - Fuk Dat
09. Agent Sumo - Ain't Got Time To Stop
10. Zongamin - Serious Trouble
11. Op:l Bastards - Don't Bring Me Down
12. Kiko - Monique
13. Super Discount - Prix Choc
14. Monkey - White 45
15. Grand Master Flash - White Lines Andromeda Remix
16. Beastie Boys - Alive(Alan Hawkshaw Version)
17. The White Stripes - The Hardest Button To Button
18. The Rapture - House Of Jealous Lovers
19. Benny Bennasi - Satisfaction
20. Basement Jaxx Vs Isley Brothers - Just I Kiss-Whos That Lady Bootleg
21. Red Hot Chili Peppers - Higher Ground
22. Nicola Kuperus - Hand To Phone
23. Purple Faces - Ace Face
24. Mr Scruff - Higher 10
25. Michael Jackson - Wanna Be Sarting Something (Demo)
26. Electric 6 - High Voltage
27. Tubeway City - Dirty Streets
28. Peaches - Fuck The Pain Away
29. Alex F Vs Pied Piper - Do You Really Like It
30. Ol Dirty Bastard - Shimmy Shimmy Ya (Busta Ra Editz)
31. Rolling Stones - Monkey Man
32. Turntable Terror - A Little Funk
33. Jan Hammer - Crockett's Theme
34. Op:l Bastards - If I Was Your Girlfriend
35. Buena Vista Social Club - Los Compadres
36. The Korgis - Everybody's Gotta Learn Sometime

Support The Decadent West, keepers of the President Bush Decoder Ring

Wednesday, May 19, 2004
  Radiohead Vs. The Beatles: "Karma (Day In The Life)" Karma (Day In The Life) 
  Radiohead vs Jay-Z: "99 Anthems"
99 Anthems

Support The Decadent West, slayers of the Atkins diet.  

Wednesday, May 05, 2004
  The Pixies - Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival - 5/1/2004
Photo courtesy of Burned By The Sun.
01. Bone Machine
02. U-Mass
03. Isla De Encanta
04. Wave of Mutilation
05. Broken Face
06. Cactus
07. Caribou
08. No. 13 Baby
09. Gouge Away
10. Tame
11. Monkey Gone To Heaven
12. Debaser
13. Velouria
14. Hey
15. Gigantic
16. Nimrod's Son
17. Here Comes Your Man
18. Vamos
19. In Heaven-Where Is My Mind
20. Into The White

Support The Decadent West, exposers of Scientology. Read the DW Coachella review here

Tuesday, April 20, 2004
  The Pixies - Fine Line Music Cafe - 4/13/2004
01. Bone Machine
02. Wave of Mutilation
03. U-Mass
04. Levitate Me
05. Broken Face
06. Monkey Gone To Heaven
07. Holiday Song
08. Winterlong
09. Nimrod's Song
10. La La Love You
11. Ed Is dead
12. Here Comes Your Man
13. Vamos
14. Debaser
15. Dead
16. Number 13 Baby
17. Tame
18. Gigantic
19. Gouge Away
20. Caribou
21. Isla De Encanta
22. Velouria
23. In Heaven->Wave of Mutilation (UK Surf)
24. Where Is My Mind?
25. Into The White

Support The Decadent West, our founding father. 

Saturday, March 27, 2004
  Bjork & PJ Harvey - Satisfaction

Saturday, March 13, 2004
  The Kleptones - Yoshimi Battles The Hip Hop Robots
Fight In The Club
Song Of The Hip-Hop Robots
Sympathy For The Almighty
Love Song For Yoshimi
Battle Sequence
My People Feel That Way In The Morning
Chess Game At The Gates Of Hell
Are You A Visionary?
Breathe In The Summertime
Have You Come To Realise
All We Have Is Soul
Last Words (A Tribute)
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