Wednesday, March 30, 2005
Shellac trackat Spoilt Victorian Child.
While searching for a pic of Mr Albini I found this essay by him at Negativland.
"The Problem With Music
by Steve Albini
Whenever I talk to a band who are about to sign with a major label, I always end up thinking of them in a particular context. I imagine a trench, about four feet wide and five feet deep, maybe sixty yards long, filled with runny, decaying shit. I imagine these people, some of them good friends, some of them barely acquaintances, at one end of this trench. I also imagine a faceless industry lackey at the other end holding a fountain pen and a contract waiting to be signed. Nobody can see what's printed on the contract. It's too far away, and besides, the shit stench is making everybody's eyes water. The lackey shouts to everybody that the first one to swim the trench gets to sign the contract. Everybody dives in the trench and .........."(cont)
Found this pic on rock star encounters at queen bee.org. If you look around there's also a pic of Jello Biafra.....he looks different..I think...
Nice set of tracks here
Down South We Set It Off
defiant & santana @ watergate berlin
paul reset feb vinyl mix
MAYHEM - Live on Overload Radio (Vancouver BC)
rh @ the end 04-feb-05 (96k but nice)friction trace loxy
IChiOne presents: Subversive Renaissance 5 - online archives
Exile Mangles Evol Intent And Exile Tunes Live
N.Phect & Dizplay promomix feb 05 tracklist
Outrage Live On Metalheadz Show
Dillinja - Twist Em Out (Unreleased Aquasky Breakz Rmx)
posted by miosis at 1:14:00 PM
Wednesday, March 23, 2005
"The Red Sparrows is great for fans of the post rock instrumental crowd. The band is made up of band members from Halifax Pier, Isis, and Neurosis. While we have some heavy psych rock feelings with the Red Sparrows, there’s also a hint of influence from Slowdive and My Bloody Valentine".
sounds available here
: Alone and unaware, the landscape was transformed in front of our eyes
: Our Happiest Days Slowly Began To Turn Towards Dust
Thanks again www.mp3blogs.orb
Friday, March 18, 2005
with translations sometimes...what language is it?(Trivium on niin jenkkiä, että pahaa tekee. Just sitä euromelodian ja rähinän avoliittoa, jolla kosiskellaan uusia herkkiä nuoria levykauppaan ja OzzFestille.)
Lots of empee freez to evalua8
check for example "Trivium" - "Pull Harder on the Strings of Your Martyr"
from via here.
Thursday, March 17, 2005
Friday, March 11, 2005
Check them out here.
" Gorgeous, absolutely exquisite "
- Mary Anne Hobbs, The Breezeblock, BBC Radio 1"
"They went out and got the best drummer in the land - Mat Harding (Welsh punkniks ‘Mclusky’). They wanted a different guitarist. The best. They got their man in the shape of Lee Marshall,(Cardiffs premier glitch wizard ‘Underpass’). They looked at what they had, and it was good. Half of Cardiff's premier indie band, a skins legend and a breakbeat master."
Download 6 of their tunes here.
Thursday, March 10, 2005
Dillinger Escape Plan with Mike Patton covering Aphex Twin's "Come to Daddy".
Dan, you gotta listen to this tune.
It's really mental.
You might like it.
Found this at music for robots.
Posted this on my blog before mind.
Dan, it's really heavy
You might like it....wicked...
you might like it..
it's really good...
get it here
No self-respecting computer gamer's collection is complete without popular toilet game, Diarrheoa Dan.
Don't own a copy? Well, now you can play it here thanks to new technology which allows the game to be loaded via your telephone line.
Your Task: collect sheets of toilet paper for Dan by answering questions. Mouseclick (or spacebar) to start. Press space to jump, left and right arrows to move and up arrow to select a toilet. (via)
Wednesday, March 09, 2005
Tuesday, March 08, 2005
Monday, March 07, 2005
Thursday, March 03, 2005
Wednesday, March 02, 2005
"It's the tribal warrior dance that keeps me close to the genre people call jungle. Huge open breakbeats, massive bass, warriors on the dancefloor, leaping around each other and banging on the walls and floors like monkeys. It's very natural, very primitive; I almost don't really like calling it urban music. It seems to extend further than Babylon."
This site was recommended to me ages ago but I still haven't been on it. I think I'l be going on there to to listen to their net radio.
This post has a track by Jesu. Never heard these but their sound features "spacialshamanic distortion"!
Compared to Mogwai. Actually, they're actually Justin from Godflesh's band,actually(actually).
20jazzfunkgreats is a proper evaluational,educational,rhythmical,tuneful blogg. Lots of individual tracks....Butthole Surfers, Beck and loads of bands I need to educate myself about...
"No Frontin' is a music, politics, and culture blog by a senior at Brown University
used mainly for my own gratification and to permanently archive the music that is
important to me. All MP3's are for sampling purposes only. Please support the artists
by purchasing their music. If you own the copyright to one of these songs and would
like a song removed, please let me know by sending an e-mail to.."
Also, The Number One Songs In Heaven..
"This is an Mp3 Blog specializing mostly in classic (ie: old) soul, funk and dance music. Files are only up for a very limited time and are here for the express purpose of getting you to go out and buy more CDs. Any lawyer types with objections should let me know forthwith"
Tuesday, March 01, 2005
Try LiveBonnaroo while you're there ..
"Live Bonnaroo offers downloads of high fidelity, mastered, remixed multi-track recordings, all of which have been approved by the artists. The sets are from the 2004 Bonnaroo Music Festival. Sets are available in both MP3 and CD-quality lossless formats (FLAC), powered by nugs.net's state-of-the-art delivery system.
Live Bonnaroo files may be burned freely to CD, transferred to portable mp3 players, or played through your PC or Mac. Each Live Bonnaroo set comes with custom printable booklets, tray inlays, and labels if you elect to burn your files to CD."
This is what Mogwai said about their recording.....
On July 20, 2004 they gave their OK for archive.org:
" We talked about it and are ok with you doing so. The only thing is that if any of the shows end up being sold on e-bay or are turned into bootlegs albums we'll have to ask you to take them all down. We don't mind people swopping recordings but do mind other people profiting from our music. I'll keep the Philly request in mind.
Placebo and Killswitch Engage...
You konw, I've never actually heard Killswitch Engage but my mate loves them and I've been fully intending to check them out for ages. You know, you can actually download some tunes from their site..apparently that's what most bands and stuff do these days...