Acts of Volition

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Danny -

Steven,

As always, awesome set!! I was particularly blown away by the Matthew Sweet tune. You've sold another album for him. I guess it is true, less is more man. I've seen IM's flying about between my friends tonight: "dude, there is a new AOV!" You rock the house mate!

Danny

Signed Bruise -

I really think you should check some of these MP3s. They're by a net label named Molikini. It's extremely catchy stuff.

Jorge Gomez -

Steven, isn't there an ogg vorbis feed? (and if there isn't, why not? ;)

Steven Garrity -

Jorge, the way I have my weblog setup, it's not easy to have more than one podcast feed. I figured more podcast users would be able to use MP3, so I went with that. Hopefully I'll have a better setup at some point.

Jason -

Looks like someone got a faster Internet connection! ;-) Can't wait to listen. Thanks, Steven!

Mandy -

Another great session keep on doing what you do.

Ben -

For what it's worth, Explosions in the Sky have four songs featured in the "Friday Night Lights" movie, including your <i>Hand in Mine</i>. The movie was outstanding and did an incredible job of incorporating music.

MAD -

Another great AOV session, Steven. Thanks.

About time I start sharing back: Check out these artists (if you haven't yet)
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Andrew Bird - Plasticites<br>

Donovan Frankenretier - It don't matter

Doug -

Hi Steven, Explosions in the Sky, nice track, I'll have too look into them. Very similar mood to a couple tracks that I've heard from

The Swords Project
http://www.absolutelykosher.com/swords.html

and one of the best band named ever, Godspeed You Black Emperor.
http://brainwashed.com/godspeed/music.html

Also worth checking out for really nice instrumental soundscapes is The Sea.
http://mp3fiesta.co.uk/albums/artist-bjornstad-darling-christensen-rypdal/album-the-sea/18008/

Geof F. Morris -

I'm quite late to Session 28, but as always, a great selection of music, even if I don't dig all of it. :D

You suckered me into the Matthew Sweet, man.