Jason Myles Goss “A Plea for Dreamland”

This new video from Brooklyn based songwriter Jason Myles Goss, filmed last Friday at the WMUA studios, showcases the Goss in full viewable glory, just a man and his acoustic guitar. This track, the title track from his recent album “A Plea for Dreamland” showcases his sharp vocal stylings and guitar picking skills. For more Jason Myles Goss, see his full Sweet Baby Lou session below…

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New Sweet Baby Lou Funkumentary

Shot by the News Producer of UMass’ UVC-TV 19 and Mistress of Funk, Emily Felder, this documentary focuses on Sweet Baby Lou’s recent “Friend Zone” episode and features cameo appearances by Mallory and The Frills. This 7 minute video finds the Reverends waxing nostalgic about their time at WMUA recalling their past and contemplating the bright future that is Sweet Baby Lou.

New Outer Stylie Vid

Outer Stylie- “Into Being” from Cobalt Jefferson on Vimeo.

Outer Stylie dropped a bomb with their opening jam, the almost 10-minute “Into Being.” This vido would have been presented in its entirety however the jam lasted so long we ran out of batteries in our camera. Fear not though funk fans, the full audio can be found by clicking on their Sweet Baby Lou page in the left hand column. For now enjoy the boy’s miles of metal psychedelia.

Outer Stylie’s Sweet Baby Lou Page

King Brad the Conservative

Last week a certain dethroned king of UMass lore broke his media silence with a controversial appearance on Sweet Baby Lou. There Brad DeFluemeri, former head of the UMass Republican Club, and one of the principal persons to bring back the UMass Minuteman, not only dished out his thoughts on the current state of a nation in peril, but also graced us with some character acting.

Below you can find a series of skits that finds Brad wondering through a land of peasants and farmers, a king without a throne. Where he is greeted by peasants from the Land of the Left who demand a silly leader, with some pizzazz. Click below to hear the unexpected skits as well as call-ins and more.

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New Music Video from The Telephone Company

Sweet Baby Lou’s most frequent musical customer The Telephone Company, with a record 4 Sweet Baby Lou appearances to date, release their first music video from their 2009 Better Nutrients of Tomorrow EP.  The lead single “Question Mark” debuted on Sweet Baby Lou last year, but this new version finds the trio stripping down the once-angsty rocker to a sleeker more groovy and sometimes ambient model. The video itself proves to be more than worth the wait as it delves heavily into subjects and themes that have long been explored in the band’s album art.  Click below to find out more about The Telephone Company and their previous Sweet Baby Lou appearances.

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The Time and Place

The self-described folk-anarchists that make up Time and Place stopped into the studio last Wednesday night, graciously offering us some company on our violent descent into madness. The troupe features Brandon Rainville and Jack Hawkins (ex-members of the now defunct ska group A Wrench in the Spokes) on vocals and guitar, and Meagan Day (of The Frills) who whips up a fury on the upright bass. Here the group powers through songs like “The Postscript / There Will be Time” and “As the Rain Dies Down” off last year’s self-titled EP. For exclusive tracks and links to the group’s myspace click the Read More link below.

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Leisure Colony

Local Hampshire-ites and Happy Valley Showdown alums, Leisure Colony stopped by Sweet Baby Lou last week playing house band for the clan’s “All Songs Under Two Minutes” show. While the Colony kept things a little looser going above and beyond the time limit , especially on the amazing double song closer “This Magic / Josie,” Leisure Colony did an excellent job of showcasing their layered guitars and magical harmonies on this sharp Sweet Baby Lou set.

Exclusive songs available after the break…

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