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1 mars 2012, 9h04m par DandelionRadioAndrew Morrison:
Andy's 3-hour March offering features the second session for the show from Document 3. New music includes Yeti Lane, 2:54, Errors, His Electro Blue Voice, Burial, The Big Pink and Kuedo. Andy's Old Chestnut comes from industrial synthpoppers Mesh; Scott's introduces another Funky Five Minutes; plus there's a competition to win copies of the debut album from ?REDO FROM START, previously known as my former session guest Block 45.
Once again Marcelle provides entertainment for the whole family: courtesy of the Mississippi label we have electronic way-out music for children (Bruce Haack), mutant techno for the black sheep of the family (Regis, Rrose). The nerds get their dose of electronics (Actress, Demdike Stare, Slant Azymuth, Oubys), the conservative elderly cheer the Look Back Bores Of March 1982 (The Fall, Josef K and Jah Wobble), whilst the animal lover of the family can enjoy the sound of the humpback whale…
22 nov. 2010, 10h24m par ebisuhttp://www.klsuradio.fm/wp-content/uploads/2010/06/serious-bizz1.jpg
Serious Business is a long-running radio show airing on KLSU 91.1 FM in baton rouge, louisiana. Hosted by Ras Ebisu, the show provides a mix of classic and new tunes from jamaica and around the world. The show also features the latest commentaries from Mumia Abu-Jamal, courtesy of Prison Radio.
1.Cornell Campbell - Stars: Natty Dread Anthology
2.Dennis Brown - My Time: Money In My Pocket
3.Yabby You - Pick The Beam: Deliver Me From My Enemies
4.Rupert Reid - See the Dread Deh: 129 Beat Street Ja-Man Special 75-78
5.Sylford Walker - Burn Babylon: Joe Gibbs Revive 45's Vol I
6.Augustus Pablo - Zion is a Home: Rockers Meet King Tubbys in a Fire House
7.Grimy Styles - Dubbin' On The East Side: Restoration Of The Bath House
8.Rebelution - More Than Dub (Michael G Easy Star All-Stars Remix): Bright Side Of Life
9.The Gladiators - Dub Ina Babylon: Studio One Singles
31 mai 2010, 10h38m par DandelionRadioAndrew Morrison:
Andy's June show features the third and final part of Errors' live set from Southampton, as well as a studio session from SWATHES. There's new music including Autons, Ikonika, Crystal Castles, Flying Lotus and The Joy Formidable, along with five funky minutes from Scott, and Teresa's tasty tippage. Elsewhere in the show you'll hear tunes from three acts lined up as future session guests: Vacuum Spasm Babies, Spiral Into The Storm and Document 3.
This month's show is a 4 hour long celebration of Dandelion Radio's 4th birthday (do you what I did there). As part of the birthday celebrations I have three exclusive live sessions (and what I didn't do there), featuring Farmer Joe & The Ignorant Corpses, Wire Mother and Autorotation. Add to this a brief trip down memory lane with tracks from Kevin Ayers and Magazine, wonderfully sharpe and eccentric brass band music from the new album by the Molotow Brass Orkestra, and other exciting party favours…
26 mai 2010, 12h45m par Taco_Chopper9/2/08 - 26/5/10
A Place to Bury Strangers
Abbot and Costello
Albert Hammond, Jr.
The Album Leaf
Ali Farka Touré
Alice in Chains
The Andrew Loog Oldman Orchestra
The Andrew Oldman Orchestra
The Andrews Sisters
Badly Drawn Boy
Band of Horses
The Beach Boys
Ben Folds Five
The Besnard Lakes
Bill Clinton (... WHAT?)
The Black Angels
The Black Crowes
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club
18 avr. 2010, 20h25m par HumanRejectionHello,
So idecided to make it a very public affair. As i want everyone to know the music i am listening to and indeed of my competitors. (yeah this is crafty) After being hunted, i will become the Hunter.
In this episode, i will write down and explain how i did or did not like King's library.
Each one giving you an insight in what i like and what i can cope with.
Overall, so far this is a pretty heavy ride for me. I do not know how you can take clear vocals, then screaming then hideious breakdowns with soooooooooooooooooooo downtuned guitars and toms that weren't even tuned themselves. But hey thats Punk.
Armed Suspects - Getting out of the starting blocks with this track by a band I knew but never heard before. Round of Shots, is a party-atmosphere sounding track, explosive, directed and bloody awesome. 9/10
Agnostic Front - Legend has it, these guys are the best, and they sure did tell me that with their awesome track Before My Eyes. Catchy, meaningful, full of heavy crunches and by god my head banged like fuck. …
6 jan. 2010, 21h41m par jvglionI've been in a major classical music fix for the last several weeks. I guess Christmas can do that to you. Anyway, today it was very cold outside so I decided to warm up by listening to some reggae. The public tag for reggae on Last.FM is full of music that really shouldn't be tagged as such (but then again so many of Last.FM tags aren't really "pure"), so I decided I needed to be more specific. What exactly do I want? Some old school bass, riddims, roots, and so I went with specifically music similar to Dr. Alimentado. I feel like I've been listening to smash hit after smash hit! Big Youth, Johnny Osbourne, Cornell Campbell, Leroy Smart, The Gladiators, Tappa Zukie, U-Roy, and of course the Doctor himself!
Dem a nice it up on my Last.FM radio today...big that up.
19 mars 2009, 15h46m par selcukalhanAll About World Music
All About World Cinema
TOP 50 MUSICIANS FROM JAMAICA
2.Toots & The Maytals
3.Lee Scratch Perry
21.The Mighty Diamonds
37.Prince Far I
39.Linton Kweli Johnson
11 jan. 2009, 2h24m par MileStyleFor the past fifteen years Luke Haines has been producing a solid body of music in a number of different guises, the best known of which is The Auteurs. If you haven’t heard of him, it’s because his musical destiny is to forever sit on the periphery of the british music scene. There was a time, in the early days, however, where he sought success but saw the ascending star of his band cruelly bumped aside in favour of the musical phenomenon of the mid-nineties, britpop.
Since then Haines’ career has been willfully contrarian, turning out radio friendly ditties about missing children, airplane accidents, and the rotten underbelly of British life, all served up with a dose of irony and venom. That he has taken that venom and placed it in a memoir, Bad Vibes (2009) is an exciting prospect, and its subtitle, Britpop and My Part in its Downfall, practically guarantees he won’t mince his words, given previous soundbites on the movement in the press.
25 sept. 2008, 19h58m par gustassifonPOR BRUNO LUIZ
REFERÊNCIA À: http://beagaska.wordpress.com/2008/09/25/2008-pra-1977-o-punk-e-o-reggae/
Esta é sem dúvida a parceria mais definitiva que eu já procurei saber. Tudo começa com rastas e punks na Londres dos anos 70. O que tinham em comum? Ambos rejeitados pela sociedade. São vários os nomes como Don Letts, Bob Marley, Joe Strummer, Mikey Dread, Lee Perry, Johnny Rotten, The Clash, Big Youth, Stiff Little Fingers, Bad, The Police, enfim… e juntando informações aqui e ali resolvi arbitráriamente postar alguma coisa que diz respeito a esta fusão que marcou grande parte da música de hoje: seja pop, world music, ska-core / ska punk, punk reggae, punk rock ou qualquer outra febre que colar por aí.
Don Letts no Roxy Club
Em 1977, enquanto os jovens ingleses rodavam atrás de novidades, o punk rock explodia e radiava niilismo no planeta. Don Letts, um decendente de jamaicanos foi o DJ que fez a…