Rob Levy has hand picked some more music goodness for the week ahead. And I snuck one in at the end.
First up, we have one of the coolest things I've seen in some time: Being 747 has created Amoeba to Zebra, a "natural history musical." What we have after the jump is a live performance of the second chapter of said musical, "Bodybuilding," in which they sing of the rise of complex life forms. I dig this on so many levels...
Being 747's Amoeba to Zebra is available as an MP3 download from Amazon.
Next up, there's Sleigh Bells, with the title track off of Treats, which Rob recommended on the most recent episode of Weekend Justice.
And lastly, this pick is all mine. It's a song I can't seem to stop listening to. And the live version of Flyleaf's "I'm So Sick" shows two things. One, that the band has so much energy I find the whole thing appalling. And two, that Lacey Mosley can really scream and shriek like that outside the studio. Seriously, her vocal cords are Not Screwing Around.
Flyleaf's self-titled album is available on CD from Amazon.