28 Feb 2011, 21:42 by skorpio
20 Jul 2010, 16:34 by IanAR16 July 2010: Son of Antichrist w/ DJs Stix, Luna X & Cavey Nik @ Hobgoblin (London)
On Friday night, I had the pleasure of seeing Deejay Stix (of Electric Dreams) DJ, at the latest Club AntiChrist event. Here's what he played - with added YouTubes (where I found a good one).
- Scraping Foetus off the Wheel's Anything (Viva!) Anything (Viva!)
- Leæther Strip's Baby Doll
- Killing Joke's Exorcism (live in King's Chamber Cairo August 1995 mix) (edit) Exorcism
- Front 242's Tragedy For You
- NITZER EBB's Fun to Be Had
- COVENANT's Dead Stars Dead Stars (version)
- Depeche Mode's Personal Jesus
- The Cure's A Forest
- FIELDS OF THE NEPHILIM's Preacher Man
- The Sisters of Mercy's Dominion
- JOY DIVISION's She's Lost Control
- Siouxsie and the Banshees's Arabian Knights
- BAUHAUS's Dark Entries
- IGGY POP's Night Clubbing Night Clubbing (live concert 1977)
- Public Image Ltd.'s Public Image
- THE DAMNED's Love Song
- DEAD KENNEDYS's Holiday in Cambodia
- GARY NUMAN's Down in the Park Down In The Park (20th Century Version)
- VISAGE's Fade To Grey
- DEPECHE MODE's Enjoy the Silence
- FRONT 242's Headhunter
- Nine Inch Nails's Terrible Lie Terrible Lie (Live)
- Rammstein's Das Model
- Marilyn Manson's Sweet Dreams Sweet Dreams(are made of this)
- ORGY's Blue Monday
- MINISTRY's N.W.O.
- The Sisters of Mercy's This Corrosion
- THE CURE's Fascination Street
- Killing Joke's Love Like Blood
- NICK CAVE AND THE BAD SEEDS's Red Right Hand
- SIOUXSIE AND THE BANSHEES's Monitor
- Echo & The Bunnymen's The Killing Moon
- Rosetta Stone's Adrenaline
- NINE INCH NAILS's Wish
- AND ONE's Deutschmaschine
- THE CREATURES's 2nd Floor
- Deutsch Amerikanische Freundschaft's Der Mussolini
- P.A.L.'s Gelöbnis
18 Sep 2009, 14:40 by IanARI fondly remember seeing W.I.T. and Larry Tee at The Egg, 25 May 03, as part of the LED Festival weekend. W.I.T. were promoting their excellent album Whatever It Takes but, since, seem to've moved on to other things.
electroclash band, exuding a Barbarella tinged feminism and're widely missed. So, I was delighted to find footage from their La Sala Rossa, Montreal show (28 Jun 2003). Here they are, performing I Surrender.
Their only streamable track on Last.FM is Ooh I Like It. If you'd like more tracks, please tag them streamable track wants and maybe someone'll take the hint.
22 Feb 2009, 03:51 by onetruetextbeak
15 Jan 2009, 17:23 by onetruetextbeak
4 Jan 2009, 14:22 by onetruetextbeak
The Textbeak track "operation anvil" remixed by Vaatican Label artist Agharta from Argentina has been featured on the release of an all-video compilation from Timetheory. The videos were made by Jon 7 throughout 2006 for a project for the FOEM label. The videos were well-liked but were not used in the end. Rather than let this work go to waste, Jon 7 decided to round up various TT-associated artists to provide music for the videos, and now, 30 months after the concept sprang forth from the neural loins, it is now being presented to the public.
The videos were done largely in stop-frame photo animation, with photos artfully rearranged, filtered, altered and transposed. It's composed of so many low-tech methods, and yet the results are crisp and real. Though they had to wait their turn to be released, they still feel as fresh and exciting as the days they were made.
4 Jan 2009, 14:01 by onetruetextbeakThe Textbeak track "Transmitr" from "Repeat repeat delete" was featured on the September 8th Netwaves radio show out of Belgium. The live broadcast was hosted by Radio Scorpio, the first independent radio in Belgium.
The program was compiled by netlabelism, Jan, Toon, Jasper, Cap & embe.
(click below for link to archive)
[nws074] Netwaves 2.37: the summer of 2008 (September 8, 2008)
01.Transmitr - Textbeak
02.Gayanesh - 100 Aspects of Howie Dunn feat. That Crooner from Nowhere
03.Bruxism - Ebola
04.Portland 2CB - Ebola
05.Big Bad - Automatic Tasty
06.You're A Computer - TSS Tortue Super Sonic
07.Dullness - wshgaukd
08.Sad - Experience. Hold.
09.Bigger Veins - Senza Valore
10.Wake up & wash your face in tap air - Cherly KaCherly
11.Tattoo - Tiny Creatures Remix
12.Miniatura Saxónica - b (fachada)
13.Szerelmes Nóta - Soutien Gorge
14.unchoral - Aspera
15.Vortex Diva - Automassage
4 Jul 2008, 18:12 by IanARI've just heard from One Little Indian, on MySpace, that they've released a compilation - "To celebrate independent music we want to share with you the reasons why we value our independence and our artists so much."
Independents Day 08 - Tracks are as follows:
- Land of Talk - Summer Special
- Chris Bathgate - Restless
- HK119 - Mind
- The All New Adventures of Us (Tanaou) - 45 Forever or 45 forever
- Stalkers - In Your Street Today
- Underground Railroad - Sticks and Stones
- Rose Kemp - Nannys World
- Matthew Ryan - It Could Have Been Worse
- Jesse Malin - Russian Roulette
- Shelleyan Orphan - Something Pulled Me
tinyURL.com/ID08OLI) or via The Independent newspaper coverage and join the One Little Indian group :)
Enjoy! I've got mine, but'm yet to listen - Ian My.Mashable.com/Scrawl
Edit 05 Jul 08: tinyURL added.
5 Jun 2008, 11:15 by IanARWhipping-up excitement, for the Lights in the Sky tour, we have:
- A Place to Bury Strangers - To Fix the Gash In Your Head
Prev-released on A Place To Bury Strangers
- Does It Offend You, Yeah? - We Are Rockstars
Prev-released by EMI/Virgin UK, on You Have No Idea What You're Getting Yourself Into
- Crystal Castles - Crimewave (Crystal Castles vs HEALTH)
Prev-released by Trouble Records & Last Gang Records, on Crimewave - Single (a collaboration with Health)
- Deerhunter - Like New
Prev-released by Kranky, on Fluorescent Grey
- Nine Inch Nails - Echoplex
Prev-released on The Slip
under -> dl.NIN.com/lightsinthesky
A further wrinkle in Trent Reznor, et al's music marketing mastery!
I love this scheme! More folk come to gigs early enough to gigs to catch the full support act and the come more enthused. The venue sells more beer, the music folk sell more copies of music / merchandise, plus secure more loyalty and contact details!
From my notes in the listing, this looks to've won buy-in, not only from the bands involved but, also, from two or three independent labels, possibly one other band, and EMI! - This is what I call in idea with momentum!
Engage! Enjoy! Enthuse! - Ian My.Mashable.com/Scrawl
- A Place to Bury Strangers - To Fix the Gash In Your Head
8 Dec 2007, 21:51 by IanARPlans are firming for the first fruit from Goldfrapp's Seventh Tree (click for track listing).
The fruit (I mean single), will be the track seven - A&E
A couple of hours ago, I received a release schedule, as follows:
03Feb 08 - for download* to UK-based** customers
11Feb 08 - for UK** disc sales
12Feb 08 - for USA & Canada download & disc sales
** - These dates may be correct for the whole of the European Union (I await clarification).
The nine day transatlantic delay, for download availability, is curious! Obviously, this will amplify the temptation for European purchasers to file-share to their yankee and flapping head friends. I think that, some combination of a few things is going on:
- The delay's an oversight, on the part of EMI/Mute and they'll change the schedule to synchronize download releases.
- During the delay period, downloads will only be available in some DRM'd format, that EMI consider uncrackable, within the nine days *looks back and forth between red-rag and bull*
- EMI see their failure to collect revenue - due to file-sharing, in the delay period - as a loss-leader, which they're enduring (and forcing the artist to endure), in order to perform surveillance and capture some valuable P2P inelegance.
- Other stuff I've not though of.