New music-related web sites crop up on a regular basis, some of them about Louisville music, but they’re tricky to find, generally requiring a reference from a third source. Today’s new spot is the Probably Not podcast, which is billed as “Probably Not: The Game Show That Solves All Of Your Problems!” Various Louisville bands have been guests, including, most recently Karate Body Records artists The Fervor, Julie Of The Wolves and The Trust.
Billy Petot of Whistle Peak has put together a mixtape of favorites from Louisville and Lexington. It’s posted at Culture Castle; the tracklist looks like this:
1. Bro. Stephen – Tears on Tape | Louisville, KY
2. Matt Duncan – Lone Ranger | Lexington, KY
3. Joan Shelley – Siren | Louisville, KY
4. The Deloreans – Call off the Pain | Louisville, KY
5. The Ladybirds – She’s Alright | Louisville, KY
6. The Fervor – Crazy for the Feeling | Louisville, KY
7. She Might Bite - Whiplash | Louisville, KY
8. Lydia Burrell – Like We’re Animals | Louisville, KY
9. Seluah – Sail Straight Into the Bombs | Louisville, KY
10. Old Baby – Pale as Man | Louisville, KY
11. Wax Fang – Dawn of the Dead of the Night of the Hunter | Louisville, KY
12. Nerves Jr. – Champagne & Peaches | Louisville, KY
13. Idiot Glee – Don’t Go Out Tonight | Lexington, KY
14. Murals – Eyes of Love | Louisville, KY
15. Another 7 Astronauts – Scattered Movements of Pulverized Explosions | Louisville, KY
He left out Houndmouth, Rachel Grimes, Will Oldham, My Morning Jacket, Ben Sollee and Daniel Martin Moore because, he says, you are already familiar with them. No doubt, you could add to the list.
Karate Body Records is pleased to announced that The Fervor, The Ravenna Colt and Shipping News all made the cut for the Best Of 2011 at a British website called Sloucher.com. So did My Morning Jacket, although they are not on KBR, of course.