Monday Links

On Twitter I share links each day to various stuff that I think is great and/or worth people’s time. But not everyone that comes here is on Twitter, so I gather up the best of those links each Monday and post them here so everyone can get in on the fun. If you’ve missed any of the past Monday links (or just want to waste some time), check the archive of posts here. Enjoy.

NPR is streaming the new Beth Orton album. You can stream the new album from Lucy Rose right here (among other places). You should take a listen to both.

Remember that insanely awesome Sprinsteen tribute Scott from Visible Voice was putting together? Well, it’s now available for you to buy right here. $5 is a small price to pay for all the goodness that he’s collected (and all the proceeds go to charity, which is awesome. Go buy it.

Need a good laugh? Of course you do. Starbucks Spelling is here to help.

Know what’s not going to bring a laugh? The fact there are now only three major record labels in the world. This…won’t end well.

The fellas in Fort Frances recently released their cover of The Grateful Dead’s ‘Ripple.’ It’s jammy and perfect, basically.

I love baseball, so of course I find this piece from Deadspin about how entrance music for players started fascinating. Even if you don’t like baseball I think you’ll find it entertaining at the very least.

Paper Bag Records put together a tribute to David Bowie and are giving it away for free here. Take a listen to The Rural Alberta Advantage covering ‘Starman’ and then go download the entire compilation.

I posted ‘Ground’ by The Cellar Door here a few months back, but we all should listen to it again because it is wonderful and perfect for fall. And this video is gorgeous. Enjoy.

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