Friday, August 31, 2007

Become an Aquarium Drunkard

The once blog turned Web site Aquarium Drunkard is another one of those sites that can make the hours fly by. The site has a little something for everyone. Don't be dissuaded if nothing appeals to you on the first page. The archives go back to 2005.

From their site:

"Based in Los Angeles, An Aquarium Drunkard is an eclectic audio blog featuring daily music news, reviews, mp3 samples and podcasts. Originating in 2005, the Drunkard bridges the gap between contemporary indie and vintage garage, psych-folk, country, New Orleans funk, R&B, soul and everything that falls in between. Run by Justin Gage, the blog has since spun off Autumn Tone Records and the weekly Aquarium Drunkard Show, broadcast live from L.A.’s Little Radio. Beginning in April 2007, look for Aquarium Drunkard’s two hour show on Sirius satellite radio’s Left of Center, channel 26.

Noteworthy recurring features include: The weekly Podcast series; the Live Upload Series featuring rare and/or exceptional live performances in their entirety; the Lost Album Series featuring demos that never saw the light of day in the form of a commercial release (e.g. David Crosby’s If I Could Only Remember My Name outtakes); exclusive artist sessions recorded in the studio for the Aquarium Drunkard Show (e.g. The Submarines, The Broken West, Travel By Sea, Willard Grant Conspiracy, Tandemoro, The Switch etc.), artists interviews, etc."