Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Jim Noir's 'Jimmy's Show' Out This Fall

For the second time today, I have news (of sorts) on the subscription series front. If you weren't part of Jim Noir's club that featured a whopping 16 EPs, here's a little redemption. According to his Web site, Noir's upcoming record, 'Jimmy's Show,' will "compile all the best bits" of that subscriptions series, "leaving aside all the shit ones, to make up the all new (old) album." You can preorder for the Sept. 17 release of 'Jimmy's Show' here. In the meantime, for the price of joining Noir's email list, you can download "Tea," one of the "new" songs, now. Click the widget below for that. I haven't heard his more recent work, but I can certainly vouch for his first two albums, 'Tower of Love' and
'Jim Noir.' It's quite possibly the smartest pop I heard last decade.

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