Pink Floyd, followed by some Metallica Black,
How was it?!
loved seeing Coming Soon live at La Flèche d'Or in Paris over the weekend. >^D
When I am in a creative crisis here is one thing that nearly always helps:
The sensitiveness of the Smashing Pumpkins!
Polysics was amazing! I love the hot chick on the keyboard.
Though I wish people would take showers before sweating in public!!
Coheed and Cambria with intermissions of Kate Bush is the order of the day. (^_^)
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The letters of your alphabet cannot describe the world of hurt I bring.
It would be best for you to submit willingly.
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Achim Reichel "Volxlieder".
German Folk songs.
„Ich bin ein Preuße, kennt Ihr meine Farben...“
German folksongs in a Rock interpretation.
Tom Waits - all.
Radiohead :: OK Computer
The Swell Season, Alien Ant Farm, Science For Girls.
Big Bill Broonzy, Son House, Skip James
"Deep Night" and "Cool Struttin'" from Sonny Clark's "Cool Struttin'" 1958 LP.
Saw them last week, here in T.O.
best (Finnish heavy metal cello) band ever.
Billy Bragg: Between the Wars
the Beautiful South: You Play Glockenspiel, I'll Play Drums
Travis: J Smith
The Arcade Fire, MGMT, Yo-Yo Ma plays Ennio Morricone, Death cab for cutie +++ and anything coming out of the Iceland music scene!
Ting Tings "That's Not My Name"
Great recording, and apparently unique in featuring boy trebles instead of women as the piece was originally written.
I just got home from a recording studio in Minneapolis, where British pianist Tony Hymas played 12 piano etudes by Debussy, flanked by Satie's Gymnopédies 1 & 3. This was a program of the Minnesota sur Seine Festival, a real gem of a music fest, from free jazz to hiphop to Breton jazz to Lorca songs to Ethiopian pop to Debussy/Satie and a few other stops in between.
Here's a look:
I saw the lady singing on the Airbook commercial, Yael Naim, is singing at the "El Rey" theater in LA next month. She sings in English, French, and Hebrew. Apparently this is a tad off-beat for my friends, so I may end up going alone. Tickets are $24 if anyone is interested.
as the night went on
Tony Joe White
Than cleaning out an old rapidograph
got really tedious so it went a bit mellow
Surprisingly liking something contemporary. Must be nostalgia.
http://The Helio Sequence
also, catching up on http://The Clean.
Spoon, <em>Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga</em>
Quite sadly I'm listening to Róisín Murphy, Off & On.
It's stuck in my head and the only way to get it out is to listen to it… and the song name has an ampersand in it so it can't b that bad :P
The most recent playlist dominators:
The Apples in Stereo
Kings of Leon
Wu Tang Clan
just discovered jack johnson, quite nice.
John Fahey: "The Legend of Blind Joe Death"
on an afternoon when nothin's happening, weather is too bad to bike home early, and the buses to the suburbs don't run for another few hours.
Journeys By DJ Vol. 2: In The Mix With Judge Jules
Journeys By DJ Volume 3 - Party Mix With Danny Rampling
the best... before everything was over produced and went to candyland
Shakira's 'Tu' is running through my head since yesterday.
A lot of Bon Iver and Patrick Watson.
John Fahey: “The Legend of Blind Joe Death”
Mmmmmm, makes me want to pull out Death Chants, Breakdowns and Military Waltzes
In no particular order:
The Pinker Tones
The Me & You & Everyone We Know soundtrack
every single Flight of the Conchords song over and over
She & Him
Peter Bjorn and John
Mexican Institute of Sound
Pedro Infante & other old Mexican music
a mind-bending amount of WFMU
oh, and American Boy by Estelle feat. Kanye West is the song of the summer.
BUT, the best discovery of all:http://www.muxtape.com/
If any typophiles go make a muxtape, please report back..
Me too, James. I love pandora!
I just found this old mix while going thru backup dvds. It was recorded by me, plus djs Ch5 and Peter Calypso. Way too much wine on a rainy saturday afternoon a loooong time ago. It is quite funny.
oh, and of course: Make the logo bigger.
Rebetica at the moment. Batis from the album About Indian Cannabis - Greek Archives.
All ideas, theories and statements are subject to change without notice.
Stefan, if you like 'Laughing Stock', probably you should also try 'Spirit of Eden'. At least for me it's one of the absolute favourites for this kind of mood
Certainly I already did! („I believe in you“ is my alltime favourite)
especially the last 3 albums
But I do also like some of the old synti-stuff, too..
The incessant buzzing of a rather large fly in the window above my workspace.
Currently: USSR Ministry of Culture Chamber Choir
The perfect morning music.
Travis: J. Smith (EP) + songs from the forthcoming album
Paul Heaton: The Cross Eyed Rambler