Tuesday, December 04, 2007


And then some ultra-ambient..
Loscil - "Still Upon the Ocean Floor"

"I think that's in 7/8..."

And what about some funky death metal?

Necrophagist - “Seven”

Better than Mogwai....

And what about one of the best bands ever, who are currently on tour. Far East Europe at the mo tho.. MONO.

Here is an incredible tune of their last proper studio album..

Mono - "Moonlight"

"..think you see through my mind."

A Swarm of the Sun - "Refuge"

What a track.....
I love it. Think Mogwai, Isis, NIN, Neurosis. A classic.....

They have no vocals.

Yep, ere is a little MP3 for you..

65 Days of Static - "A Failsafe"

Now, if you're new to this you might not know waht to do with the above MP3 link. Preferably, you can click on the little blue arrow next to the link and the music will start playing when the text next to arrow turns from "loading" to "playing". If you really want to download it then "Right Click and SAVE AS." if you're on a pC and do that thing you do on a Mac if you're on one.. A Mac that is..

Also, in case anybody doesn't like me making this MP3 available for download then I will remove it. Just leave a comment..

As for the song itself, well.. let's start with the band...... a mix of sampled electronica, programmed beats, wall-of-noise guitars and live beats. The above track is from their newest album from a few month back... Oh, and their name is actually written as "65daysofstatic". No gaps. They have no vocals. Most of the time.

Here is a quote form their page on Wikipedia..
"The band have repeatedly stated that they love playing live. Towards the end of 2005, in a mailout to subscribers of their newsletter, they said that they were "a little disappointed" only to have played 91 shows in that year. They have received critical acclaim from independent music websites, such as Drowned in Sound, for their live shows.."


Thursday, November 08, 2007

"What a great vimeo!!"

Awesome music blog Chinese Restaurant in the Forest has great-Japanese-band-in-America-video. (I'm talking about a video of Boris at SXSW (I think) - the big alternative "festival" held in Texas every year..) (oops! Forgot to mention that the video features Michio Kurihara with Boris.....)

Tuesday, November 06, 2007


The greatest song of all time (?) may be only available for a 30 days or so. Depending on if I log into my "fileden" account regularly or not. We is takking aboot

Alice in Chains - "Them Bones"

Just remember that the singer is
dead when you listen to this 7/8 (mostly - except for the chorus) tune.

Wednesday, October 10, 2007

Good Virb-rations!!

Well, bollocks to you fileden. I can't have read the small print. I didn't log into my account for 9 seconds or something so they've permanently deleted a huge pile of music that I spent 3 months (at least) making. Good job it's all backed up on my Sony Ericsson.... Anyway, just remembered that I have three of those MP3s on my Virb blog. It comes with a nice Flash player too.

Saturday, September 01, 2007

Quote #796356 on "bash.org"

This is taken from a weblog thingy I just found.... quite techy-geeky but funny...

" Who the fuck is the one naming hurricanes?
They somehow manage to give them the least threatening names ever.
If I turned on the news and heard that Hurricane Erin was coming I'd think to myself, "Erin? I could take that slut."
If I turned on the news and heard that Hurricane Dicksmasher was approaching, I'd grab all the money in the house, shove it in my pockets, and get the fuck out of there."

And this made me snigger...

"<Snausages> So, an E-flat, a G-flat, and a B-flat walk into a bar.
And the bartender says,
"I'm sorry, we don't serve minors."
That struck a chord.
Careful with those puns, you'll get in treble.
But they're key to my humour.
And very noteworthy."

This is all taken from bash.org.

I'm only publishing this post so people don't think I've moved to Mars or something. I'd rather watch Film 4 than sit at a PC all the time.

Oh yeah, and as this supposed to be an MP3 blog mostly, here's a bit of classic 80's..

Toto - "Africa"

This takes me back.. aaaahh.

Friday, August 03, 2007

Devendra Banhart Interview

Cool interview with the legend. Talks about the music and bands he likes as metaphors for...

Sunday, June 10, 2007

"Winds with Hands"

Stream the Pelican album.
Stream: Pelican - "City of Echoes"

Entire album. Hydrahead are a great label. You actually get to hear the music you read about without shady download services being involved. Just click the link and turn the volume up and sit back. And rock out, possibly. Here's a picture.. oh, it's above already...

Thursday, May 31, 2007

"No More Peace And Quiet For The Warlike"

Looking for some Don Cab on EXPLOSEEK DOT COM and came across ( oo-er) a great Open Directory. Lots of Sabbath, Beatles, Floyd and.. Butthole Surfers and Dillinger Escape Plan and.... stuff... and then came across the comedy section...so here is a link to a MP3 of Richard Pryor.

MP3: Richard Pryor - "Cocaine"

Press blue button etc. I've not listened to this yet. It's partly a link for myself. If you tab back thru the "Parent Directory" links you can get all the stuff I was just talking about....

And one more for luck. That classic track about weed and stuff.....

Luniz - "I Got 5 On It"

Wednesday, May 30, 2007

"This ain't no dsco.."

A 10 minute drum'n'bass sesh for you............................................

Stwobe - "Fatty" via Stwobe on Myspace

As usual, click the blue button if you want to preview it or use the link to download it.. Thanks..

Wednesday, May 16, 2007

65daysofstatic - radio protector

Watch a proper video by 65daysofstatic. They played this song last night and showed this video at the same time and it was all beautiful...

Thursday, May 10, 2007

David Hasselhoff Intoxicated

Sort it out..... It's true. It is fucking heartbreaking.

Team Fluidity - Summer Video 2006

Yeah. This really is Cwmbran Town Centre. And these guys are pretty good at jumping off stuff..

ISIS- In Fiction Music Video

Completely classic track. Heavy, uplifiting, hypnotising, chilling, gives me fucking goosepimps..

The Highest Step

This video features the Pelican track 'GW' from Australasia as its soundtrack. The images in the video are a collage of footage from 1960 about Joseph Kittinger, a man who in that year took a giant helium balloon up to 102,800 feet and then jumped, setting records for highest ascent, highest jump, longest freefall and fastest fall.


Yep. The 7/8 section doth rock..

Steven Wright = Funny

Friday, May 04, 2007

Monday, April 30, 2007

Before you search!

Check where you are registered on the electoral roll by using "B4U Search". Do "people" search and put in your name and location or town. Scroll down to see electoral roll results beneath the ..hang on.. It's been updated with new links..... such as www.192.com/

Saturday, April 28, 2007

Monday, April 23, 2007

Harmonic Tremors!!!!

Some lazy links form my aRSSe Reader

Zozobra - Harmonic Tremors media player
Interview with Caleb Scofield of Zozobra
Hi all! Dupey here again for another ebay blowout. We have a good amount of goodies leftover from Jesu and Zozobra from their debut US tour with ISIS. If you missed out on that tour I would take this opportunity to get caught up with some awesome tour merch. Just click the link and order away! site

BTW. Zozobra are a well cool band. Bit shouty raw Isis, a bit electronic chugging Jesu, bit Cult of Luna in yer face. You know. Seriously. Good band. Good album. Good label. Good web design. For pete's sake, they let you listen to the entire album for free. If you're confused, here's the link so you can listen to Zozobra.

Zozobra - Harmonic Tremors media player

Tuesday, April 17, 2007

"..eerily familiar."

Review of new Boris album. Here.

".It's vintage and totally invigorating. The immediate Pink punk-slap isn't here, but where the former nails one hue and keeps running with it, I can imagine this new, deeper set keeping me cozy for years to come. It's already eerily familiar." Read on.

Nice review on Pitchfork.

The review discusses the track "Farewell" off the previous album "Pink" - how it compares with the new stuff. If you want to listen to Farewell then follow the below link and you can play and listen to it...

Streaming: Boris - "Farewell" (it is an incredible track - a massive, crunching "shoegaze" ballad)

Update: You can listen to some of the new Boris album on Sogou as well. Boris. (Try the longer MP3s nearer the top of page.

Friday, April 13, 2007

Awesome Artists from Japan

Corrupted - Se Hace Por Los Suenos Asesinos is one....
Click on that pic above to visit Rate Your Music. Great user-made site of reviews etc..

Tuesday, April 03, 2007

"Japenese (sic) prog-metal. What else do you want?"

Stream the last Boris album.
Streaming: The track "Pink" off the album "Pink" by Boris. Here. (Click the play arrow when you get to the Japanese site Sogou.)
Or the track "Blackout" off the same album. Go to this page for more Boris and click on "Blackout". Super slow instrumental dooomm. Awesome. Turn it up.

Stream: "Pink"

Napoleon Dynamite Dance Scene



Felt sick after watching this. This footage is 4 years old. That's almost history isn't it?

the Death of Weronika (Veronique)

Her last song.. The music... The Double Life of Veronique.

boards of canada - dayvan cowboy


Autechre 'Gantz Graf'

Wow. Love this. You need to have a proper listen to the music at some point too. It slowly deconstructs itself over time in front of your eyes.

Sunday, April 01, 2007

Back to the 90s..

Check out the coolness of these MP3s (if you were discovering the many styles of dance music being developed during the 90's) all from The White Noise Revisited MP3 blog. Well nice. In depth writing about each track too. Which is what people want you know? Here ya go... Thanks hype machine

PFM - One & Only
The Chameleon - Links
Spiral Tribe - D.J. Nasty
Boards of Canada - Everything You Do Is A Balloon
The Irresistible Force - Sky High
Autechre - Chatter
Chapterhouse - Delta Phase (Retranslated by Global Communication)

Nice... Click and listen... or right-click and download or whatever u do on a Mac. I forgot...

Troubled World

This'll certainly put you off the Iraq war if you're not already.
PS If you're reading this in work or a library, youtube might be blocked so you can't get to see these vids...

Miraculous escape from a train accident


IFW-Dresden Superconducting Maglev Train Models

This is totally awesome.. Model of a floating train.. VIDEO.

Laurie Anderson - O Superman

Wow... one of the most beautiful, haunting songs. Politically prescient too.

Boris 5.27.06 (Blackout)

It is the doomiest track I've heard since the Bradford Deathmetal all-dayer in the 1-in-12 in Bradoford in 1993. Get the vinyl or CD to hear the impact this track truly has..

Boris live first unitarian church '05

Holy shit. An hour of video of Boris live........ Jesus...

Soilent Green

Truly, truly great metal, original. The vocals seem to have a loose flow. Technical, loose. Entombed guitar sound. So complex with such a groove.

Brian Posehn - Metal By Numbers


Steven Wright - Stand Up (Funny Guy)

The best standup comedian.. The most deadpan too.. and the most surreal... and the shortest anecdotes...

Tony Law - stand up surrealist

Yes!!!! The best live comedian I've ever seen.

Red Sparowes - Like the Howling Glory Live

Like wow. This band must be the greatest...

Saturday, March 31, 2007

This pic freaks me out...

Check this mad space pic out.....Click here. Taken from Reddit.

"Well I'm sick. I'm so sick.."

Video: Spaceman 3 - "Revolution"

Wow!!!!! What a classic. Noise rock for real.

And some Mono from the Shoegaze playlist on YouTube. I hate that term ( "Shoegaze") but it provides such a history on the internet. I remember when that term first started getting used. Now I'm showing my age!

post-rock mono postrock

Here is a video of Mono live. Mono are one of those bands that get their long slow dark basslines stuck in your head. Scroll down for an MP3 or click below for this video..... "post - rockk"

" I love the climax. If a track could give me an orgasm, this track would be the track to do the trick. It's outright mesmerizing."

Friday, March 30, 2007

"If you love it slow and crushing...."

This is a bloody awesome song too. This is VERY similar to Isis. But less groove and more melodic emotion. This is an epic. Obviously, it's from Lupartakastaja.

Giant - “Calvin”

Very moody....

"the fattest sound system..."

I cannot stop listening to this..... This is like the first time you heard Isis. The first time you saw Mogwai live. The chords of this track are stuck on a forever loop in my head...... Listen to this, download this, burn this to CD, play it on the fattest sound system you have...

A Swarm of the Sun - "Refuge"


A Swarm of The Sun on Myspace. Thanks again to my favourite MP3 blog - Lupartakastaja

"You Laughed Like A Watermark."

New music reviews - cokemachineglow.com
For example, read about the new Boris album.

"..an album boiling over with gorgeous tension and easy release, of bluesy simmering and cerebral quietude."

Well written site. A competitor to Pitchfork or DiS for reviews of underground music. These sites all remind me of a magazine from the mid-80s called "Underground". It used to give away free tapes and vinyl. It had a graphic layout like a website - lots of different fonts and splash quotes.

Wednesday, March 28, 2007

Have a break from Youtube

Right. Back to the MP3 action.. of the noise-rock style. Keep hearing of Mono whenever I read about Mogwai or Isis and stuff. Well, here's one of their tracks...

Mono - "The Flames Beyond the Cold Mountain"

This is beautiful stuff. When it starts it's like an exhalation - the sound of the chords.
File under "great noise-rock"

"Shut up. Shut up. Shut up I'll ....."

Korn - "Right Now" Video

By the way, this video is bloody amazing and well sick.....

"I feel so alive.."

Watch a video of one of the heaviest tracks ever recorded.

"I didn't get where I am today by blogging.."

A search for "Reggie Perrin" on You Tube. SEARCH.

"We had your favorite dinner tonight..."

Some "new" stuff I bought in the blackmarket...

Pole - "Heim" (Four Tet Remix)

DJ Sammy - "Heaven" (Featuring little girl) Sims 2 Version

Friday, March 23, 2007


Just been checking out the online record label 12rec.net. I like the sound of this track...

Milhaven - "Lord of Birds"

The time signature caught my attention. Like a bit of 7/8 in the intro. Have a check.......

"Check the noise-eruptions.."

12rec - online record label
12rec.net is a cool online record label. Hip hop/ post-rock and stuff. Freeeeeeee mooosickkk. Thanks again to the ever so reliable Finnish mp3 blog - Lupatakastaja.
Check out a track by Jasmin.

Jasmin - "Lernen Von Maedchen". (Linked from archive.org)

It should be cool electronic beats with chilled guitars....

Here comes the waterworks

Crazy.. Just found out you can listen to the whole of the new album by Big Business in streaming format. Here..

And, you can also check out a band called Drawing Voices.

And....... Zozobra...
Zozobra - Harmonic Tremors (Media Player) for some more crazy streaming action.

All this is linked from the Hydrahead Records blog.
Here's a pic of Zozobra.

"Spend your life hating..."

Listen to the whole new album Conqueror by Jesu!
Jesu - you can hear their whole new album "Conqueror" in streaming format here......


Nice...... I bought the CD of this a few weeks ago. It's really starting to get it's teeth into me now. That's what Jesu tracks always do. The tempo is so slow.... the tracks get your attention over a period of months. Not seconds or minutes like most music.

The streaming audio is fantastic audio quality. If you've got your PC hooked up to a nice, fat hi-fi or sound system I strongly recommend visiting the above link if you'd like to hear music that is melodic, heavy and thoughtful. There's chords in there that are quite Loveless-era My Bloody Valentine. This music, somehow, though, is tremendously uplifting ( Track 3 - "Transfigure").

Buy it..

Myspace page

And a video of Jesu live below...

Thursday, March 22, 2007

"There's only so much Catatonia you can play.."

So EZArchive is working again is it? Well, that's an excuse again for me to shamelessly promote my one complete d'n'b track on tinternet.

DJ Stwobe - "Superlow MF"

Hope the download limit isn't up. If it is you can always get it here,

DJ Stwobe - "Superlow MFF"

from Fileden instead.

Gotta dash. Need to check out www.sixhits.com.
Prefab Sprout, Quo. Wow, what next??? Would he ever dare play DJ Stwobe?? Anyway, very professional radio station and presenter!!

Monday, March 19, 2007

"You choose.."

ATP Festival: May 19th - May 20th 2007: Minehead near Somerset
You choose who you want to play the festival by voting. So far Mogwai and Battles are confirmed and tons of other awesome bands...... Check it out..

ATP Festival

More info

Saturday, March 17, 2007

"..tiny little rocks.."

We've all gone video crazy, ain't we? Huh? Huh? Wha'dyu reckon? Below you will see an MP3 of a new track by EITS or as they're really called - Explosions in The Sky. Below that you can watch a video of a live TV recording of the same track. See what you think. They're space rockers like Red Sparowes and Mogwai.....

Explosions in the Sky - "Welcome, ghosts"

And here is the video of it....

Sand is Over-Rated MP3 blog. Buy the new album!!!!

Reliable Web Storage!!!!!

Tee hee!! Don't tell everyone but this is pretty darn awesome for storing your music and stuff. File Den.. Here's me tune...

DJ Stwobe - "Superlow MFF"

Took 5 minutes for me to suss it out. Although it seemed you could only upload images. I tried again and uploaded my MP3 with no hassle. Are you ready for dirty music like this? Your speakers aren't that's for sure.


Friday, March 16, 2007

"I'm just some name in your book..."

Classic. When The Wedding Present were being being produced by Sir Steve Albini. This gave them that huge hollow snare sound and walls of dirty, terrifying guitars.. they always had that but he made it feel as you were at the gig itself. And I was. Many times. But I don't like to brag...Listen to the beautiful "wah-hed" guitar "solo" towards the end. It fades in very slowly too. Love it...

The Wedding Present - Blonde

Thanks to Song, by Toad MP3 blog as, luckily, his stuff gets linked by The Hype Machine (www.hypem.com)

"Doesn't matter to me."

Oh yeah. Mr B. Stamps must have visited Asda and bought the Jesus and Mary Chain "Best Of.." as I did last November because he's only gone and posted an MP3 of theirs.

The Jesus And Mary Chain - "Upside Down"

"..mesh a sort of mathy.."

New music by Pelican!
Oh, I see. And Pelican have a new album out soon. Didn't know that either. Come on, the Arcade Fire can "go hang." (Quote:R.Mugabe). Here's an MP3 of a track off their new long player. Epic..as ever..

Pelican - "Far From Fields"

Thanks to Scissorkick for this one.

Oh my God!! Part 2!!

Battles have got a new album out apparently according to I Guess I'm Floating MP3 blog. Well, it's their first proper album........ here's the MP3......

Battles - "Atlas"

I was just checking out the good, old Hype Machine and there it was.. a link to a new Battles track.

Or check out the video.

Monday, March 12, 2007

"..the full track...."

You'll have to visit Myspace (I'm sorry!!!) for this one.

DJ Stwobe - "Superlow MFF"

Dark, dark, tearing d'n'b. Mind you, I am biased. It's my tune!!!

Big shout to the Soul Rebel!!

Tuesday, March 06, 2007

"....all the love in the world."

Lullaby versions of NIN songs???

Rockabye Baby! - "Head Like a Hole"

This is linked form the aforementioned MP3blog.Ch.
There are links to samples of all the tracks on the album. I can't be bothered to listen to it myself. I will when i'M IN THE MOOD.

How do I find an MP3 on tinternet?

You know, if there's a cool band you want to check out, some weird American folk guitarist or some noise "post" rock or something. You know where I go, don't you? To the record shop!!! Ah, just joking. I mean when I'm staring at some computer monitor while the world flies by all around me. Where do I go?? Which website??? You should already know the answer. It's called 3hive . As you can see, the labels or tags for this post are "MP3" and "free". That's because that's exactly what you get with 3hive. You're also safe in the knowledge that there is no piracy taking place and you're not ripping any bands off or funding gangs or something. All (most of) the MP3s are tracks that the band have put up for free on their own sites. What 3hive does is to collect these tracks together on a daily basis. The beauty though is that the songs are all categorized into genre (style), band and record label etc. If you fancy a bit of post-rock then u just click on that button. There is another favourite MP3 blog of mine that almost competes with 3hive though. Its called mp3blog.ch.
MP3blog.ch feels more like a blog than 3hive which feels more like a database as it is so organized. Check it out!!! It has categories too - like "post-rock".

Here is the actual MP3 itself........

This post actually includes the new Air track that seems to be doing the rounds. It sounds cool. Not had a proper listen to it yet. Here's the MP3 dorkheads.

Air - "Once Upon a Time" via 3hive

(Press that blue button, wait 2 secs, check your speakers are not mega loud and listen. If you don't like it click the button again to stop it.)

As I said before, this was originally posted on my sparse MP3 blog Clik and Lissen.

Monday, March 05, 2007

".air and more air.."

Here's that new Air track again...this is linked from my pure MP3 blog - Clik and Lissen.

Air - "Once Upon a Time" via 3hive.

I haven't listened to it myself yet. That's the reason I set up this bloody blog in the first place. I would always be surfing the net in work, finding things that I wanted to check out when I got home - like awesome MP3 blogs such as 3hive (indie/noise/folk) or Lupatarkastaja (post-rock, death metal). I record the links onto my blog so I can check them out when I get home. That was the theory anyway. I found that people all around the world were reading my blog and recording links to my blog onto theirs. I'm sure there's technical terminology for what I'm on about but I prefer to use the words I know. It's become a bit of a beast. Although, it is a beast that I can control....mostly...

"..pound your fist..."

Low have a new album out soon. This I did not know. Found this out from a blog called Vague Space. There's a couple of old Low MP3s on there too.

Boing Boing!

Indie for Bunnies has a link to a new Arcade Fire track. Go there.

Thursday, March 01, 2007


Just been recommended to check out a band called Sterling. Someone left a comment about them on my long post about Boris.

Sterling on Myspace

Here's a copy of the comment.
"Their new album ‘Cursed’ comes out MARCH 20 on FILE 13 records. The band features ex-members of Atombombpocketknife, 90 Day Men, and Milemarker.

‘Cursed’ contains instrumental dreamy landscapes, distorted bass, pulsating raw drum beats, thundering grand pianos/organs, and metallic guitars. I would recommend this for fans of Shellac, Boris, Tortoise, Don Cab."

Listen to Air...

Didn't know Air had a new album out. Listen to one of their new tracks here...............

Tuesday, February 27, 2007

Oh my God....

Just got this email....


In August 2005, ATP introduced a new season in London called "Don't Look Back" inviting artists to present a retrospective of one of their works in its entirety. We kicked off the season with The Stooges performing Fun House from start to finish in one amazing show at the Hammersmith Apollo that saw grown men cry. The season finale was the inimitable Dirty Three (with special guest pianist, Nick Cave) performing the stunningly beautiful Ocean Songs at The Barbican.
Since then, we have seen seminal albums performed including Bandwagonesque by Teenage Fanclub who stirred up a melting crowd at The Forum, Tindersticks playing the exquisite Tindersticks II at The Barbican and Ennio Morricone proving why he is The Maestro as he lead 200 musicians through his classic film scores at the Hammersmith Apollo.

Don't Look Back Concerts is proud to announce the first dates for our 2007 season.

London22 August

Sonic Youth
Daydream Nation
London31 August

House of Love
The House of LoveKoko,
London13 September
(1st Creation LP)

"When I first heard Daydream Nation - I thought 'what is this music...?' It was raw, abrasive and reminded me of the Stooges and the Velvets. But nothing else sounded quite like it and it quickly took over to become one of my favourite records ever! From the gatefold sleeve to the heavy vinyl this was a lush piece of art that you took home and cherished. This was a time when CDs were alien to the kids and a few years later Slint released Spiderland. In a way their masterpiece inspired me to start the Don't Look Back season. I would think "how do I get to see all of these songs live?" - I was obsessed. I would check the credits and even look at the run out grooves and long for them to play every last track live, so we are really honoured to kick off the season with these legendary albums and also continue the series with the faithful genius that is the House of Love performing their first LP they did for Creation." Barry Hogan (Don't Look Back Concerts).

Tickets are all available at www.seetickets.com (0870 264 3333) www.wegottickets.com, Stargreen (0207 734 8932) and the venues box office.
For press enquiries please contact Ken from Hermana at
ken@hermana.co.uk or for all other queries, Deborah at deborah@atpfestival.com. Stay tuned to www.dontlookbackconcerts.com for additions to the season."

This is going to be amazing........

Free MP3!!! Yes free!!! Woohoo!!!!

Just did a quick search on exploseek and found the new Arcade Fire album "by accident". Well, the MP3s anyway. Here is the link. Arcade Fire - "Neon Bible" If you don't know what to do with that link then I don't care......

NME says ...

Just did a quick search on exploseek and found the new Arcade Fire album "by accident". Well, the MP3s anyway. Here is the link.

Arcade Fire - "Neon Bible"

If you don't know what to do with that link then I don't care......

".. the greatest band .."

Just did a quick search on exploseek and found the new Arcade Fire album "by accident". Well, the MP3s anyway. Here is the link.

Arcade Fire - "Neon Bible"

If you don't know what to do with that link then I don't care......

Canadian noise/rock

Just did a quick search on exploseek and found the new Arcade Fire album "by accident". Well, the MP3s anyway. Here is the link.

Arcade Fire - "Neon Bible"

If you don't know what to do with that link then I don't care......

Arcade Fire

Just did a quick search on exploseek and found the new Arcade Fire album "by accident". Well, the MP3s anyway. Here is the link.

Arcade Fire - "Neon Bible"

If you don't know what to do with that link then I don't care......

Sunday, February 18, 2007

"..free advertising.."

Answer: Visit the blog that gives tips on setting up your own business with free advertising. You may be very shocked to know that there really is such a thing as a free lunch. It's another silly, long address......here goes....


GCSE Maths help

Answer: Visit the blog that helps you find good websites and stuff so that you can prepare for those daunting exams.. It's another long web address..It's called.... wait for it....let's pick a tiny font.....it is called.....drum rolll....


Thursday, February 15, 2007

".. MP3 on tinternet???"

Answer: Visit the blog that tells you everything you need to know about finding an MP3 on the internet. Here is the address:


Free MP3

Answer: Visit the blog that tells you everything you need to know about finding an MP3 on the internet. Here is the address:


Wednesday, January 31, 2007

Are they real??

Boris - “Electric” via chinese restaurant in the forest
"Japanese grunge/sludge/metal/noise/alt. rock.."

This is how they were described by one website...Never really had chance to check them out as was always slaving away at my desk. I have since quit my job. It was listening to this band that inspired me. To leave. They blew my mind. I had bought the double vinyl of the new album. Didn't listen to it for a while but just loved the artwork and the packaging first. Thick double LP, card sleeve, free "acid" prints. Are they real? I do not know. Are Boris real? I do not know.
It may have been more the fact that I was listening to them at extreme volume on my headphones in the middle of the night, clutching the sleeve, staring at the picture on the back that shows them looking at you with their eyes closed. I just kept turning the volume up. I felt no pain as it got louder. And louder. And a bit more. The bass was tickling my ears as the headphones seemed to shake like in a cartoon. I got as far as side one, I think, of the double album. Three tracks of in your face punk rock - it's the sound of being at the front of a gig and you're way too close to the speakers. The sound of a band with so much energy. It's a very distorted sound.
After the three fast tracks they just hit you with a very slow, super heavy track called Blackout. The effect is like being dressed in armour and hitting a concrete, car park wall every five seconds. It is so slow and so, so heavy.
You may not get the full effect of the music from checking out a couple of dodgy MP3s. Especially as you are so busy that you need some music that's not gonna challenge you too much. Here's another taster of Boris: this is not a full track but you get most of it. It's linked from their label site, Southern Lord.

Boris - "Pink" via Southern Records

I'm tired now, anyway. After listening to this record I couldn't listen to anything else in my collection. Everything else sounded over produced, clunky, QUIET and boring and unimaginative and predictable. Enjoy.

These tracks were originally linked on my basic MP3 blog Clik and Lissen.