Here’s another video from The Album Leaf show that I attended at Mezzanine last weekend. One of the cool things about their live performance is the accompanying background video. Warning: The audio is pretty rough on this video. Check out Hype Machine for a preview of this track, which is called Outer Banks.
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I saw The Album Leaf play at Mezzanine on Saturday night…
I’ve had The Album Leaf in heavy rotation for the past few weeks. If you live in the SF Bay Area, check them out at Mezzanine on Saturday (I will be there). If you haven’t heard them before, think Sigur Ros with some beats and piano mixed in. Go here for a good profile and some mp3 goodness.
Photo by Flickr user HolyHolySnappers
The video of Obadiah Parker‘s acoustic cover of Outkast’s Hey Ya was posted on YouTube over two months ago. Yesterday the video was featured on Digg’s front page and the popularity of the video has sky rocketed overnight. The video has been viewed 139,707 times as of today and the band (currently unsigned) was mentioned today on Spin magazine’s blog.
Here’s another example of the power of Digg. Someone uploaded a video called Slowest Man on Earth to YouTube. After two months of decent traffic (about 8,000 views), the video’s popularity went through the roof after it was dugg to Digg’s video front page. As a result, the video was featured on Good Morning America.
Last night I saw one of my favorite bands from the 90’s – Toad the Wet Sprocket – at the Mountain Winery in Saratoga. I’ve seen Glen Phillips a couple of times in the last few years but I had never seen Toad play live until last night. Overall it was a great show. The band sounded great and the venue was perfect.