Posted in MP3 | movies | music | tour dates on December 22, 2007

DOWNLOAD: The Terrordactyls - Devices (w/ Kimya Dawson) (MP3)

The above song is new, but it is not on this soundtrack......

Juno

2. My Rollercoaster, (Juno Film Version) performed and written by Kimya Dawson
6. Tire Swing, performed and written by Kimya Dawson
7. Piazza, New York Catcher, performed by Belle & Sebastian
8. Loose Lips, performed and written by Kimya Dawson
9. Superstar, performed by Sonic Youth
10. Sleep (Instrumental), performed and written by Kimya Dawson
11. Expectations, performed by Belle & Sebastian
13. So Nice So Smart, performed and written by Kimya Dawson
14. Sea Of Love, performed by Cat Power
15. T15. ree Hugger, performed by Kimya Dawson and Antsy Pants
17. Anyone Else But You, performed by The Moldy Peaches
18. Vampire, performed by Antsy Pants
To save space, I only listed some of the 19 tracks found on the Juno soundtrack - mainly to get across the point that Kimya Dawson dominates that CD. She's on there solo, she's represented by The Moldy Peaches, and Antsy Pants is her group too.

The movie (that I hope to see soon) is out now and stars people like Jennifer Garner and Jason Bateman. Kimya got to meet Jason at the premiere or something.....

Jason Bateman and Kimya Dawson

Lots of movies to see right now: Juno, Walk Hard, No Country For Old Men, The Great Debaters, There Will Be Blood, and maybe even I'm Not There.

Kimya also appears on the new Tiny Masters of Today album (on a song that is streaming at MySpace), and on the new album of a band called The Terrordactyls (song linked as an MP3 on the top of this post).

And she'll be in NYC soon.....

Kimya Dawson - 2008 Tour Dates
Jan 13 @ Southpaw, Brooklyn, NY w/ Tiny Masters of Today & Angelo Spencer
Jan 15 @ Sound Fix Records, Brooklyn, NY (w/ Adam Green???)

more dates TBA? I don't know.

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Comments (19)

You should also see AvP:R!

Posted by Anonymous | December 23, 2007 12:29 AM

Oh, awesome! Another poor, quirky, indie film by the numbers! Can't wait to see what's been done 100 times already!

Posted by Anonymous | December 23, 2007 10:08 AM

just an fyi, the Southpaw show is at 1PM

Posted by fishermb | December 23, 2007 10:26 AM

is juno as good as i've heard?

Posted by Anonymous | December 23, 2007 1:01 PM

If you read this article
http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/extendedplay/2007/12/the-quirks-in-j.html
- you'll see that the film's actual score was also based on Kimya's tunes.

Posted by joly | December 23, 2007 1:34 PM

(w/ Adam Green???)

what makes you think this?
source?

Posted by Anonymous | December 23, 2007 2:15 PM

Juno is amazing! I've seen it twice already-- it's a perfect little movie

Posted by Jessica | December 23, 2007 3:59 PM

Juno was great. Highly recommend it.

Posted by Anonymous | December 23, 2007 4:37 PM

update from Kimya:

*On January 13th I am playing with Tiny Masters of Today and some other folks at South Paw in Brooklyn. It is at 1pm. It is different from the Mirah show that night. So don't accidently buy tickets for Mirah thinking it's for me. PURPOSELY buy tickets for both and stay all damn day.

*On January 14th me and Adam are going to be on Conan. No reunion tour. No new album. Just Conan. How could we say no to that weirdo? Conan. Holy shit. That is funny and scary at the same time. Mostly scary and weird. But kinda funny and cool too, right?

*I am also doing some instore shows for the soundtrack release. January 15th at 8pm at Sound Fix in Brooklyn. January 17th at Newbury Comics in Boston. Philly, DC, Baltimore, Nashville, and Louisville are in the works.

Posted by brooklynvegan | December 23, 2007 8:53 PM

love love love kimya,

she came t play at my school to promote this about a month ago, a little less and she is the sweetest person on earth.

Posted by Mandy | December 24, 2007 10:48 AM

Quality film. Broke out of the typical popular kid vs. edgy outsider mold.

That and I have a minor crush on Ellen Page, despite the fact that she looks 15.

Posted by Anonymous | December 24, 2007 11:16 AM

kimya is great

Posted by Anonymous | December 24, 2007 12:22 PM

bahahahah. i love kimya. i'd fuck her in hopes of getting her magic songmaking power

Posted by Anonymous | December 24, 2007 10:20 PM

bahahahah. i love kimya. i'd fuck her in hopes of getting her magic songmaking power

Posted by Anonymous | December 24, 2007 10:20 PM

According to Kimya's most recent MySpace blog, she may or may not play the Conan show as the writer's strike is still going on. She said she might play outside for the picket line instead :)

Courtney

Posted by Courtney | December 26, 2007 9:32 AM

juno was awful, over-sentimental dreck that tried WAY to hard to be an American Indie genre film. The ending scene alone made me want to cut myself.

Posted by Anonymous | December 26, 2007 11:16 AM

juno SUCKED. so bad. so, so bad.
don't see it.
kimya was the only good thing about it. and if felt like a forced soundtrack. like without the music the film would've been nothing.

Posted by Anonymous | December 29, 2007 3:15 PM

juno was all right. if you're a pretentious hipster you'll probably love it. soundtrack and michael cera are the two best parts.

Posted by hopscotch | December 29, 2007 4:55 PM

whatever. it was fucking sweet and adorable and all a'yous need to lighten up.

jeez.

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