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Real Estate

Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Fuzzy, lo-fi, and seemingly obsessed with summer, Real Estate rose to prominence this year on a wave of good will from the music blogs. The New Jersey natives join us today to perform selections from their self-titled debut, recently released on Woodsist.

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Real Estate

Comments [8]

Marshall from Ridgewood, New Joisey

I had the pleasure of interviewing Real Estate
and you can watch the interview by copying and pasting the following link into your favorite browser:

http://ridgewood.patch.com/videos/real-estate-talks-tour-lp

Jan. 25 2010 08:55 AM
kFry from Rumson NJ

I really liked the whole sound. Hope they keep the good feeling rolling into some area shows.

Dec. 17 2009 05:15 PM
Langdon from Chatham, NY

A bit of Santo and Johnny?

Dec. 17 2009 11:27 AM
John from Brooklyn

I hear some Jazz Butcher Conspiracy in there, too.

Dec. 15 2009 02:59 PM
pns from brooklyn

real estate's fake blues 7" was my favorite purchase of the year and they have, over the past 12 months, become one of my favorite bands. buy their record!

Dec. 15 2009 02:58 PM
Frank from Newark

I like your band, I hear allot of yo la tango, also from Jersey.

Dec. 15 2009 02:57 PM
Inquisigal from Brooklyn, NY

I like it too, and it reminds me of vinyl days, and sound-style wise, a little bit Miracle Legion.

Dec. 15 2009 02:55 PM
Suki from Williamsburg

Oooh. I like this. A little surfey, a little lo-fi, a little emo. They sound like Broken Social Scene's little brother.

Nothing better than new music that doesn't make me want to stick pencils in my ears!

Dec. 15 2009 02:43 PM

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