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September 2010 Blog Posts (9)

Interview with Margot's Richard Edwards

Stream the entire new Margot album "Buzzard"

See Margot live at The Vogue for the Broad Ripple Music Fest kickoff party October 15th!


What albums/songs are you listening to right now? Any new albums that…

Added by Jeb Banner on September 28, 2010 at 9:00am — 1 Comment

Shades of the Barn House

Boing Boing just pointed to a Flickr set of "The World's Largest Treehouse," located in Tennessee.

Added by mike whybark on September 27, 2010 at 8:42pm — 1 Comment

MFT Exclusive- Stream new Margot and the Nuclear So and Sos album "Buzzard"

Interested in hearing the new Margot album? Stream the entire record now from the MFT archive.

In my opinion this is one of the best albums of the year. If you are a Red Red Meat/Califone fan you will probably dig the Tim Rutili guitars peppered throughout.… Continue

Added by Jeb Banner on September 27, 2010 at 9:13am — No Comments

Please help Pat Spurgeon & I spread the word about "D TOUR" screening in New York City, Providence (RI) next week!

Hello friends,

I just wanted to let you all know that "D tour" will be screening at 92Y Tribeca in New York NEXT Tuesday evening, Sept. 28 (2 SHOWS) at 7pm & 9:30pm respectively. Rogue Wave drummer/Subject Pat Spurgeon and I will be there for Q&A after the 7pm show and hopefully the 9:30 show too.



Added by Jim Granato on September 23, 2010 at 4:54pm — 2 Comments

MFT Mixtape September 2010- early 2000s Indiana rock

The early 2000s (what else should we call it? the early Aughts?) where a fertile time for Indiana bands. I thought it would be interesting to compile some of my favorite tracks. Many of these songs were part of the early incarnations of MFT since we started the site is early 2004.

Funny to think that just 6 years ago My Space was still a new thing, Facebook didn't exist and neither did anything approaching a "smart" phone. It was the last days of the pre-connected age. A time when… Continue

Added by Jeb Banner on September 17, 2010 at 9:21am — 7 Comments

Oranje - Indy's Most Progressive Event?

I know that's a pretty ballsy statement, which is why I ended it with a question mark. I'd love to hear what people think about Oranje, because everyone truly has a different impression of the event. There are quite a few definitions of the word progressive, but it generally means "pushing the boundaries" for the purposes of critiquing and judging art and culture.…


Added by Daniel Fahrner on September 9, 2010 at 6:30pm — 9 Comments

Band of the Month - House of Bread

Fort Wayne musicians Omar Azfaal and Bob Haddad are two peas in a pod, so to speak. They're primarily know for their collective work in the bands All Nite Skate, and more recently, Castles. Their latest collaboration comes in the form of House of Bread, having just self-released it's third album, Superhuman Tomb.…


Added by Corey on September 7, 2010 at 5:25pm — 6 Comments

Apple's Ping Music Network- Good, Bad, Genius or Evil? MySpace killer?

Apple is looking to play in the music network waters. This could be a MySpace killer.

Could it be an MFT killer? Or could it be a powerful tool to take the MFT archive and present it in front of a larger audience? Help bands get paid?

'It’s like “Facebook and Twitter meet iTunes,” Jobs says. “But it’s not… Continue

Added by Jeb Banner on September 1, 2010 at 2:42pm — 11 Comments

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