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  1. Spoon - Rent I Pay

    Spoon – They Want My Soul

    “It sounds like a Spoon album,” is how a friend described Spoon‘s latest full length They Want My Soul. And, for the most part, she’s right. It’s fastidiously produced. It’s a rock ‘n roll album. It packs plenty of “boom” to stand out at a crowded, lively gathering and, yet, sounds even better on a pair Continue…

    Spoon's 'They Want My Soul' is distinctive enough to stand out within the context of the band's already excellent catalog.

  2. Single Serving: Spoon – Inside Out

    We got a new Spoon jam for you this morning, but (fair warning) this isn’t the type of tune you’d normally expect from the band. It’s got a dreamy crystal palace-like vibe that glistens brightly with sparkling, feather-light harpsichord accents. In fact, the whole song would probably float away to the heavens if it wasn’t being held to the ground by a Continue…

  3. Single Serving: Spoon – Do You

    If you’re as excited as we are for the Spoon album, then you’ll be delighted to hear the album’s upbeat second single, “Do You.” It’s built from brightly strummed guitar riffs, swaying percussion, and a light piano melody to accompany vocalist Britt Daniel. Our favorite lines? “Someone get popsicles. Someone do something about this heat.” We gotcha covered Britt. You can Continue…

  4. Single Serving: Spoon – Rent I Pay

    Spoon is back! They’ve been teasing out the new record for the past few weeks but we finally have the album art (above) and tracklisting (below). Perhaps more importantly we get a taste of the album by way of it’s first single “Rent I Pay” (which they’d been referring to as R.I.P. in the teasers). It’s Continue…

  5. Turntable Kitchen + Spoon Fork Bacon

    January is a special month in more ways than one. Many of us are ready to start fresh. Our family is eagerly awaiting the arrival of our little girl (I can’t believe how long it’s been since I wrote this post!). Needless to say, we knew we’d need some help with the Pairings Box this Continue…

  6. Musical Pairings: Spoon – Kill The Moonlight

    Let there be no doubt: Spoon is easily one of the top five greatest contemporary rock bands. In fact, very few bands have ever managed to consistently release albums at the quality most fans have learned to expect from Spoon. They are that perfect “go to band”: the one that you know you can go Continue…

  7. Single Serving: Spoon – Utilitarian Demo

    It’s been a little while since we’ve heard from Spoon, but that doesn’t mean we’ve forgotten about them. The other day I decided to visit their website and noticed that they had posted a demo for download.  Not ones to be afraid to share their creative process with fans, posting monthly demos to the Spoon Continue…

  8. Single Serving: Spoon – Live Covers (Re-Revisited)

    Ok, this is a repost.  I sorta deleted a portion of the original post, had to put some work into making it go live again, and thought I’d post the new shiny version of this old post for you to enjoy this afternoon.  After all, it’s an oldie, but a goodie.  As you may recall Continue…

  9. Single Serving: Spoon – Kung Fu Bakery Mixes Apr 6 07

    Until last month Spoon had made a habit of releasing a “bonus” MP3 on their website monthly for free download. These tracks generally consisted of demos and live tracks. Today’s Single Serving is a collection of demos from the Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga session that they released on the website. The album these were Continue…

  10. Video: Spoon – Everything Hits At Once

    [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dInnbQrYVhQ&hl=en_US&fs=1&border=1] I had no idea this Spoon video existed until today. It is an animated/rotoscoped(?) video for Spoon’s Everything Hits At Once. I think it is pretty cool. Enjoy! MP3: Spoon – Confession Is a Long Walk Home (Stay Don’t Go Demo)