August 9, 2006

New songs from The M’s!

On August 22 Chicago’s fuzzy-retro-rock band The M’s will be re-releasing their self-titled debut album on vinyl (Polyvinyl Records). Along with the album comes a bonus 7″ of the Isley Brothers‘ song “Tuning In, Turning On, Dropping Out.”

Below are mp3 links to both sides of the 7″. It is one long, feedback-laden song broken up into two parts.

Tuning In, Turning On, Dropping Out (Part One)” – The M’s

Tuning In, Turning On, Dropping Out (Part Two)” – The M’s


  • David Twattlehoff to Jeff Buckley. Is that the music equivalent of an oxymoron?

    Matt — August 9, 2006 @ 11:51 am

  • i wrote a little about them before:

    this chicago set really know how to bring it. They take Kinks-era britpop and fuzz it the fuck out. It’s all about bringing swagger to the modern sound, and these guys have perfected it.

    i fruggen love this band, and this blog

    OfJoseph — August 9, 2006 @ 3:45 pm

  • Me too, thanks for posting more M’s!

    Trellick Tower — August 9, 2006 @ 3:46 pm

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