will not play
Isis and the Melvins are playing in NYC tomorrow. It’s Isis’ last show in NY, so I guess I have to go.
Wooden Veil makes music for people who don’t do any drugs, whatsoever –
I believe this was intended to be used as a score for A Woman Under the Influence. Gorgeous stuff –
Love his voice / overall musical style –
anyone into prog ?
covering the famous PINK FLOYD theme "Shine on you crazy diamond "
and part 2
I`ve initially wanted to suggest THE FLOWER KINGS` “The World of Adventures” from the eponymous album dating 15 years ago , which I strongly recomend in it`s entire 13:37 min lenght and instrumental virtuosity.
When a song doesn’t last a week or two, a season, an year or a decade, there’s something you can’t explain, it’s quite ageless filter, a well done mixture.
I often listen to Bob Markley (beware the K :) ), or his West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band, and never get tired of him. Take this:
first interesting mash-up album i’ve ever heard.
Japanese King Crimson?
@Ultra Kebab –
You didn’t find Dangermouse’s Grey Album mash up at least relatively interesting? I thought the Public Service Announcement remix was one of the coolest things I’ve ever listened to. A good example of what Jay-Z could potentially sound like if he didn’t consciously seek out the world’s worst beats. -
DID SOMEONE SAY MASHUP??? hell yeah – sorta
@Roger: I like Danger Mouse, but I hate Jay-Z. Just can’t stand his voice.
Fair enough I don’t like Jay-Z much either (Dead Presidents was good though)
First heard this on a Mojo disk of Dylan Covers
Amelia Earhart – The Handsome Family
Howlin’ Wolf – Built For Comfort
These New Puritans – We Want War
Mr. V have you seen jim jarmusch and deerhunter/no age covering ‘cortez the killer’
These New Puritans are the shit!
And I’m liking that cover, but the guitar’s a bit less prominent, it’s got more of an ambient feel. Still good though.
Got me some Dick Dale playing right now.
Listening to Big Blood, who’s work isn’t even available on the internet and I honestly have no idea why. I have a feeling that she has the potential to be what Hope Sandoval was in her era. I sincerely recommend you track down her album with the Bleeding Hearts. It is one of the best collection of songs I’ve ever listened to (intricately layered psychedelic folk so beautiful that it in all seriousness can bring you to tears), and it’s truly a shame that it is so obscure. Anyone who wants me to e-mail it to them, holler at your dude on my wall!
Portland Maine produces some amazing art. I think I’m going to move there.
Just in one of those moods.
A close friend of mine from the University of Chicago runs an occult / satanic radio show at 1:00am (eastern time) every Monday morning. He’s a pretty far out there character but equally as brilliant (he fluently speaks Hittite haha.) If you are awake, check it out and prepare yourself for discussions encompassing numerous bizarre philosophical topics, as well as some of the most obscure, brutal, and fanatically hateful metal that has ever been recorded.
Bach’s Fugue in B flat for vuvuzela.
Good choice of key, really shows off the blues roots of the instrument.
Isn’t this the best song in the world?:
@ ° …. thanks for that Alan Parsons Project track, I’ve been looking for it for a long time… Beautiful.