I'll be quite frank here, I thought for sure that someone would have mentioned Justin Bieber in the course of this thread.
Thankfully there is still hope for typographers.
Right now I'm into the Berber blues: Tinariwen, Terakaft, and Toumast.
Here's an interesting little video. Cuban piano players always have an assortment of ways to allot notes in a measure.
Were it Slade, you could probably feel the noize as well.
Here's an interesting little video. Cuban piano players always have an assortment of ways to allot notes in a measure.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZYEZbBAIvlU&feature=related
Tinnitus - the phenomenon, not the band
nick cave and the bad seeds.
going through his whole catalogue
How To Dress Well feat. Yüksel Arsla - Decisions
What Up Steve? (02:50)
A local Halifax hip-hop group. Used to party with this guy.
My jam of the this very moment:
Cobblestone Jazz—5th Element
The name of John Zorn haha.
Leave it to me to guess everything but what you were referring to! :D Haha! Yeah I'd heard of him on numerous occasions, but never sought him out. I finally got around to it!
Right now I'm listening to what very well could be one of my all time favorite songs. Dné - My Vitamins
and here we have it an oldie... yet a goodie, watch it all the way through
Sky playing "Toccata". Definitely Bach on modern instruments.
sweet silence. the inlaws have left the house.
My neighbours playing Uriah Heep's "Lady in Black" on their stereo. In my not-in-the-least-bit-humble opinion, it is among their best.
Dan Mangan ...all.
The album «Organflóra» w/ Haukur Guðlaugsson – about 2½ hours of organ music.
Right now I'm listening to very good Persian traditional music on iTunes.
Evolution of the Trumpet by Arturo Sandoval (the more you know about jazz trumpeters, the more stunning this is) - Slim Whitman's Vintage Collection (Reliving the spirit of "Mars Attacks") - Robert Plant & Alison Krauss (lovely)
A lot of Bon Iver and Patrick Watson.
I've moved on from Cageian silence to The Stanley Brothers. Love it.
http://Il Rumore Del Fiore Di Carta - Mira
Gorgeous song. But the video? You have to at least watch the video.
Torchy songs and my new fave rave from Britain.
Amy Winehouse, Nina Simone, Al Green, old Tina.
...Muse - Supermassive Black Hole!
Thank you! Streaming now.
I've been listening to Candy Chang's Typography, snarfed from archive.org.
@ victor ivanov
Some years ago I had a phase, in which I had consumed Nick Cave’s Let love in excessively. It was and is a holy album for me. I can recommend it not only because of the music, but also because of the sound quality. Later I bou… pirated in this case Silence is sexy from "Die Einstürzenden Neubauten". This album was very inspiring.
Since a few days I have cold. In the middle of a cold, I mean a few days after beginning of the cold, I always feel comfortably numb (like in Pink Floyd’s The Wall). And Amy Winehouse’s Frank is just the right thing for the middle of a cold on a slightly gray Good Friday. I just hover in her In My Bed.
John Fahey: “The Legend of Blind Joe Death”
Mmmmmm, makes me want to pull out Death Chants, Breakdowns and Military Waltzes
http:// – Gordon Lightfoot's Canadian Railroad Trilogy.
And so this is Christmas…
The same old seasonal crap wherever I go, for the last month.
Often I listen, at work, to Alabama 3's "Hits and Exit Wounds". Musically accomplished, witty, profane, something for everyone.
Slightly tangential - I had a phone call from one of those machines which convert a text message to voice in a Hawking-esque manner. All it said was: "What are you wearing?". I can perhaps just see the point of this sort of call being made in person, but surely the use of an intervening service denies the perpetrator all the fun. Later that day I found that a friend of my daughter had texted her to ask what she was wearing to a party that night, and mistakenly sent it to our home number.
Rebetica at the moment. Batis from the album About Indian Cannabis - Greek Archives.
All ideas, theories and statements are subject to change without notice.
When I was at art school, the guy who lived in the ﬂat below me would play this all night. I think I’m over that at last, and enjoying those long laid-back jams.
Not actually listening to this, but was reminded of similar hyper-dropshadow typography from the same time (c.1970).
Brett, you realise you just did it, right? ;-)
Wonder if I can top that with a live brass band. Wasn't a marching band, though. Btw... tomorrow is Seamen's Day up here. Note to self: Better not forget that.
The Miami - Motherless Child
A very interesting take on an old spiritual from the days of slavery.
Bruce Springsteen - Devils And Dust
All I'm Thinkin' Aboutwww.youtube.com/watch?v=sYDzkXBV0vQ
Long Time Comin'www.youtube.com/watch?v=o7ObKmXlL28
All The Way Homewww.youtube.com/watch?v=giV7OguT3qc
I just scored a copy of Their Satanic Majesties Request with the lenticular cover, at a Value Village in Winnipeg, for $2.
Pretty good condition too.
I had bought the album when it came out in ’67, but it went AWOL years ago.
Listening to it again, what a strange album.
Of course, quite a bit derivative of Sgt. Pepper, but lots of very well put together original stuff, and some jammin’.2,000 Light Years From Home is awesome!
Step right up…
Other than that, have tried very hard to like the new Feist, Coldplay and Florence, but failed.
Still listening to Arcade Fire’s The Suburbs, IMO the best rock album in a long time.
Right now, an old .mod file, newtek-mc.mod, which I remixed effin yonks ago from the even older newtek.mod.
Silvia (Roboberget Remix) by Miike Snow
I started to watch, but couldn’t stand the voiceover and cutting all over the place.
In general I detest documentaries, and would rather they show the musicians performing in long takes.
But I did like Buena Vista Social Club, Standing in the Shadows of Motown and The Future is Unwritten.
Everything I can find from The Necks. Simply brilliant stuff!!
See them live here:
It’s all pure improvisation, no rehearsals, nothing....
Noddy quit the band twenty years ago, so not much chance of a jubilee there. Reunions not quite in the same class…
http://Cargo-Frakt with Apparat Organ Quartet.
http://Myndbandið with Sonus Futurae. It's about the video tape revolution.
Sweets Edison, Remastered
Well it's warm and sunny over here, I'm currently listening to In the air, off Tim Hecker's new album.
Btw I think of the two songs you posted I prefer the long one.
i'm really liking the new prodigy album 'invaders must die'
The Foxglove Hunt. The synth work is awesome, awesomely good and awesomely bad. Can't wait to get the CD.
https:// – The third movement from Vangelis’s “Heaven and Hell”.