Tuesday, October 25, 2005

Show Post: In House #1479


Outside of, say, having all of their equipment stolen right before a major tour, it's been a pretty good year for the Decemberists. 1- Their third full-length, Picaresque, was released last spring and has garnered rave reviews as well as newfound attention for the band. 2- They've been engaged in a very successful and seemingly never-ending tour, headlining festivals and such all over the place. 3- In addition, they also seem to be the darlings of, well, everybody-- snooty hipster music mags included. Add to all of this the fact that the stolen gear was (mostly) later recovered and you have the makings of a banner year. Could things get any better? Well, they're playing the Big Easy in Boise tonight, so I guess that's a start. Cass McCombs opens the show.


In House #1479.
Airdate: 10/25/05
Focus: The Decemberists in Boise tonight, plus selections from the "PDX Pop Now! 2005" compilation and new music from the Mendoza Line, Rogue Wave, Harvey Danger and more.

BONUS- Concert footage, a horizontal Colin Meloy serves up a live rendition of Morrissey's "I've Changed My Plea to Guilty," Lo-Fi Cafe, Salt Lake City, UT 3/28/05 (large file, high speed connections only)

PLAYLIST

In House PODCAST #7

2 Comments:

Anonymous the29th said...

oh, the love i have for the decemberists... thank you thank you thank you. they've never played closer than five hours from me and never on a date i could afford a ten hour drive. this is the next best thing. (loving the site, by the way)

7:13 PM  
Blogger Jeremy said...

they put on a great live show, too, and seem like they have a lot of unscripted fun with it.

thanks for reading/listening/watching....

12:51 PM  

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