by Andrew Osborne
SAHL, a.k.a. The Society for the Advancement of Hearing Loss, is a loose affiliation of musicians that gets together every now and then to record songs around a given theme, in a specified style/genre or just for the hell of it. Past projects have ranged from kids music to ’60s psychedelia, and the latest collection — the two track/two instrument Dynamic Duos — is now available at the SAHL website. And though my wife and I can barely play a single instrument between us, please to enjoy the latest contribution from our…uh…conceptual art-pop duo Commodore Snerd: a toe-tappin’, head-scratchin’ cover of the Iggy Pop classic, “I’m Bored”!