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Monday, May 05, 2008
Music Monday...

Alright, it's that time of the week again where I share my music loves du jour...or in this case, music loves in the last year or so. It's French-Finnish duo The Dø (pronounced 'doh'), singer Olivia B.Merilahti sounds like the love-child of PJ Harvey and Karen O with her languid, too-cool-for-school wailing, laid over rhythms and melodies which draw influences from all over the place. They switch from indie-pop melodies to hip-hop beats and rap effortlessly, binding genres in way that is impossible for most bands. I saw them live last year and if you get a chance to see them, do, they put on an excellent show!

Dø - A Mouthful - full zipped album

Or some single songs if you want to try them out before snagging the album
On My Shoulder
The Bridge is Broken
Queen Dot Kong
Unsassi Laulelet

PS. Costume Institute Ball tonight!

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