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Free music from Nick Tolford & Company

Smooth soul for your hot summer nights … and with a price as nice as a cup of complimentary ice. Download this 3-track covers EP by Nick Tolford & Company while supplies last. Imagine these guys and girls on a show like X-Factor or America’s Got Talent. They’d KILL.

Video:Freaky Franz “I’m A Freak”/ Nick Tolford & Co. feat Lev Don “Bitch, You Don’t Know Shit” (Live At Daymon Day Eve)

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A few weeks ago, at the Daymon Day Eve Show, two pretty funny spontaneous moments happened.

First, a bachelorette party invaded Freaky Franz’s performance of “I’m A Freak”. (see above)

Then Lev Don(son of Eric Moore of the Godz) was the only rapper in the building not too faded to rap for Nick Tolford & Company’s live cover of Racist Joe’s “Bitch, You Don’t Know Shit”.

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MP3: Path “The Next Big Thing”

MP3: The Next Big Thing

Columbus emcee/producer Path drops a solo tape that guests Nick Tolford, Fabrashay A, Le For the Uncool, ZeroStar, Lev Don, Tyreless Won and more.

Path basically talks about dreams, nostalagia, day to day activities and his various weeded observations. If you have ever been to the Carabar and sat around talking about the various goings on, then “PBR and Vegan Coneys” will warm your heart.

Also the Tolford song is something else.
Very Columbus and beyond.
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Adriana Mundy’s Favorite Albums of 2010

It is indeed that time of year. Well, yes, it is late December aka Christmas/New Years time. However, when most people are trimming trees, dusting off their John Denver and the Muppets Christmas albums and throwing back some egg nog, music addicts/geeks alike are perusing every “Best of 2010″ list they can find on the world wide web. That being said…

Two-thousand and ten was quite a whirlwind year for me. I became part of this brilliant music blog, had a crash course in promoting shows and met some pretty special people along the way. It’s safe to say the music released this year all served as an applicable soundtrack as it felt like new albums came out faster than I could digest them.

If you’ve read most of my posts, it’s apparent that I enjoy reporting on international acts that I feel deserve American attention (and also since the rest of the Donewaiting staff do such a stellar job of keeping up on everything).

On top of national and international releases, Columbus’s scene has also kept quite busy this year. Without further ado, here’s my 2010 list:


1. Efterklang, Magic Chairs
Watch: Modern Drift

Reasons why Denmark rules: 1. Efterklang 2.Christiania 3. Legoland


2. Finders Keepers CompilationPomegranates
MP3:Zia: “Helelyos”

Who can resist some 60′s Persian Pop/Funk/Psych?


3. Cate Le Bon, Me Oh My
Watch: Shoeing the Bones

Honestly didn’t know much about Cate before interviewing her earlier this year, now I can’t stop listening to her. (Oh, and this video is really wonderfully weird.) Continue reading

Three Years at The Monster House

Jimi “James” Payne posted this over on Banalization.

James “Jimi” Payne

For the past three years I have lived in the Monster House, a DIY punk house in Columbus, Ohio. I co-founded the Monster House with Pat Crann, Austin Eilbeck, Ryan Eilbeck, Jeff Love, Kristina Markey, Matt O’Conke, Joe Scarbro, Dylan Taylor-Lehman, and Nick Wong. A few weeks ago the last three original roommates – besides me – left. And, as of this week, I’m moving out as well. A group of our friends still living at the Monster plan to continue hosting shows and events. On October 8th, Apache DropoutLandlordReverse The Curse, and Cody Troyan are performing there.

After “the jump” is a list of every performer who occasioned the “stage” at the Monster House in the last three years. 400 different performers have played over 150 shows booked by over 20 promoters. The list is representative of the Columbus punk scene as well as the national DIY touring circuit from 2007-10.

More than 30 people paid rent at the house during this time span.

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