Thursday, July 28, 2005

Eerie Sounds of Saturn's Radio Emissions

Spooky Saturn sounds
"This is an audio file of radio emissions from Saturn."

"Time on this recording has been compressed, so that 73 seconds corresponds to 27 minutes. Since the frequencies of these emissions are well above the audio frequency range, we have shifted them downward by a factor of 44."

via Linkbunnies, again..

The Fall Guys

Throw Dubya around!
Game....Click the character you wish to use and use your mouse to throw them about.

Found at LinkBunnies.Org

Wednesday, July 27, 2005

HTFR D n B Chart

Hard To Find Records Drum 'n' Bass Chart.

"The Pocket" - Film Clips

Regularly updated. Loads of WAVs..

Cool Hand
Toy Story
Princess Bride
Inigo Montoya
Steven Wright
Jim Carrey

Alan Partridge Clips

Alan's Romantic tribute to Jill - "Why do birds..."Alan: This is a romantic tribute to a lovely lady over there with orange hair and a cigarette in her mouth. Why do birds suddenly appear - That’s too high - Every time… every time… time, you are near near? Just like me… just like me… they long to be… close to you… why do…why do… why do…no that’s not working. Well you get the general idea. Thank you.
Ren and Stimpy Clips

Tuesday, July 19, 2005

Autechre - Gantz Graf DVD

Have u ever seen the video for that track?
The way it accompanies the frenetic beats so perfectly...

Prodigy - EVERYTHING........EVER...

OpenDir.blogspot.......when am I gonna get time to listen to all this.
Def check Charly mixes and Breezeblock mixtape with Beatles and Public Enemy on there and all sorts of eklektik eklektisizm.

Arcade Fire - Us Kids Kow (E.P.)

OpenDir once again!!!!!

Sonic Youth - Ilosaari


MP3 Blog - made by author of MBV book..........
Thanks to DJ Martian ..your blog is frikkin mad...


If u wanna get rich from blogggging........


Ambient sound and picture scapes to work by.....

A-ha video ..(and Clor tracks the day before) on Scenestars.
Tidy Mp3 blog..

Wednesday, July 06, 2005

Tuesday, July 05, 2005

Top Ten album Lists so far 2005

From Basement galaxy
"The Best Albums of the Year So Far:
LCD Soundsystem - LCD Soundsystem

Behemoth –Demigod
Straddling the line between death metal and black metal, the Polish band’s latest album is an impeccably-produced blend of the brutal and the accessible. Epic in every sense of the word.

Bloc Party – Silent Alarm
As this British band built strong word of mouth last year, comparisons to Franz Ferdinand were flying, but as this startlingly assured, musically rich debut CD proves, they couldn’t be more different.

Clutch – Robot Hive / Exodus
After years of releasing good, but uneven albums of Southern-tinged stoner rock, Clutch finally nailed it, with a groove-laced record that remains loyal to their trademark sound, yet still is daring enough to try new things.

Fischerspooner – Odyssey
I was ready to write this duo off, but they returned with a stunner of a second album that caught me completely off-guard, one that trounces their debut, eschewing arty pretension in favour of pop hooks.

M.I.A. – Arular
The most highly anticipated debut album of 2005 did not disappoint, as Maya proves she’s not a lame hip hop gimmick by putting together a minimal, yet multilayered disc that is every bit as catchy as it is enigmatic.

Okkervil River – Black Sheep Boy
I had no idea who this Austin band was before this year, but this darkly ambitious album of Southern gothic-tinged country, rock, and folk shook me, thanks to the chilling singing and songwriting talents of Will Sheff.

Primordial – The Gathering Wilderness
In which the Irish metal band delve deep into pagan mythology, the history of their homeland, and Celtic folk music, creating an emotional, pulverizing, remarkably melodic opus that defies categorization.

System of a Down – Mesmerize
The first half of an intended double album, this CD continues the astonishing progression of metal’s most wildly creative bands. If Hypnotize is as good as Mezmerize (I expect it to be even better), I predict it will be a lock for my album(s) of the year.

Torche - Torche
While sludge and stoner bands continue to churn out the same old recycled, turgid sounds, Miami’s Torche have dared to do something different, throwing in layered vocal melodies that perfectly offset the huge riffs, and the idea works brilliantly.

Turbonegro – Party Animals
The latest album by the Norwegian deathpunk legends continues their incredible streak of superior releases, this time returning to the simple, pop-fueled rifferama of Apocalypse Dudes, making this their best record in seven years.

Ten other albums that are definitely worth mentioning, in alphabetical order: Candlemass - Candlemass, Caribou – The Milk of Human Kindness, Corrosion of Conformity - In the Arms of God, Dalek – Absence, Damon & Naomi – The Earth is Blue, Doves - Some Cities, Nile - Annihilation of the Wicked, Maximo Park - A Certain Trigger, The Raveonettes - Pretty in Black, Teenage Fanclub – Man-Made

And for good measure, here are ten more metal albums that are too great to ignore, again, in alphabetical order: Brand New Sin – Recipe For Disaster, Cursed – Two, Dew-Scented - Issue VI, Fantomas – Suspended Animation, Hate Eternal - I, Monarch, High on Fire – Blessed Black Wings, . Jesu - Jesu, Judas Priest – Angel of Retribution, Napalm Death – The Code is Red…Long Live the Code, Strapping Young Lad – Alien

So why didn’t I mention The New Pornographers’ Twin Cinema? Well, it’s not out for another seven weeks, so why not be fair to the stuff that’s already out, right? (but yeah, it would have made this top ten if I had included it) "


Been searching for this for 12 years

Chet Baker - Barclay Sessions

Chet Baker - The Best of Chet Baker Sings

Cocaine Blunts & Hip Hop Tapes

via A musical blog party via lastnightanmp3savedmywife via


The darkest side of clippy