9 May 2011, 16:13 by CureVaNiNawl
9 May 2011, 16:12 by CureVaNiNawl
7 Mar 2011, 10:31 by no_conclusionHere’s a mix by Sex Worker a.k.a. Daniel Martin-McCormick, perhaps better know as one half of Mi Ami. We’ll let him do the talking: “I started making this mix with the idea of just using songs that directly influenced Waving Goodbye. But that’s pretty boring. I’d say it’s about 50/50, half tracks that made a big impression on me while working on the record, and half jams that are burning my mind now. It’s 45 minutes long because I recorded it on a cassette one morning last week before heading out on my dog walking route. When the tape stopped, I had to stop. The closing section is dedicated to everyone who didn’t make it out of the 80s. I wish I could have met you.” Wave goodbye:
NC GUEST MIX#33: Cascading Life/Waving Goodbye
01. David Bowie – Subterraneans
02. Concono – ??
03. Q Lazarrus – Goodbye Horses
04. Armando feat. Sharvette – DON’T TAKE IT
05. Motor City Drum Ensemble – Raw Cuts #3
06. Los Hermanos - Quetzal
07. Henry Wolff & Nancy Hennings – A Choir Of Bells
08. Newworldaquarium – The Dead Bears
1 Jan 2009, 23:23 by phthoggos
25 Jan 2008, 13:23 by Terrasidiushttp://i8.photobucket.com/albums/a32/screwtape83/TerrasidiusSigII.jpg
The Future Sound of London are arguably the best electronica group next to Orbital and Kraftwerk. My favourite solo dance artist is, by a long shot Aphex Twin, check these artists out if you have any taste in electronica! :) also check out the brilliant Sumergido, his music is free and hes an independant but awesome. Also worthy of note are Passengers, the U2/Brian Eno project from 1995 that released one album called Original Soundtracks 1 and its awesome, pretty much an unofficial U2 album. Listen to it! :)
My fave composers (in the contemporary classical sense) are Elliot Goldenthal and Jerry Goldsmith, Goldsmith for his outstanding ability to compose infectctiously rousing themes and his brilliant time signatures but Goldenthal is my top because his music simply grabs me and makes me love it; big brass, dripping atmosphere, dark, brooding, gorgeous, anthemic and epic. genius.
14 Nov 2007, 20:34 by lessrockmoretokI sent out a virtual mix tape to my friends for Halloween. Not so much ghosts and vampires type music, and definitely no "Monster Mash" but more like moody dark music and stuff. People seemed to like it.
Also I made it more like a tape with two sides, totaling around 90 minutes. I have never been that big of a fan of mix CDs.
1. Unwound - Abstraktions
2. Lightning Bolt - 13 Monsters
3. Massive Attack - Inertia Creeps
4. Tom Waits - How's It Gonna End
5. Les Savy Fav - Fading Vibes
6. Slayer - Dead Skin Mask
7. Johnny Cash - God's Gonna Cut You Down
8. Denali - Gunner
9. Converge - Buried but Breathing
10. Xiu Xiu - Homonculus
11. Kitty Brown - Family Skeleton Blues
1. Daniel Johnston - Devil Town
2. Made Out Of Babies - Proud to Drown
3. Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds - The Six Strings That Drew Blood
4. Sparklehorse - Apple Bed
5. David Bowie - Subterraneans
6. Dead Meadow - One and Old
7. The Left - Hell
8. Judas Priest - A Touch of Evil
17 Dec 2006, 19:20 by automobile1All Apologies
Bed for the Scraping
Your Pearly Whites
Is This Love
Upon This Tidal Wave of Young Blood
The Engine Driver
Climbing up the Walls
This Modern Love
Two Headed Boy, pts. 1 and 2
In the Mouth a Desert
The Goldheart Mountaintop Queen Directory
Gold Star For Robot Boy
19 Aug 2006, 11:43 by buttgammonIt seems that the whole world is loving emo music at the moment. The whiny bands which feature guys who wear black eyeliner moaning about why they hate their parents and want to cut their wrists are very popular right now, but I hate them! Anyway, I have decided to use my obsession with lists to make a list of great songs which take the emo part out of emotional.
1. Death Disco
John Lydon wrote this about his dying mother, and his screaming, aguished vocals mkae this song a haunting listen.
The last track on Joy Division's last proper album, this sounds like a fitting suicide note for Ian Curtis.
3. Maggot Brain
Eddie Hazel was told to play the guitar on this song like his mother had just died. He did, and created a guitar performance that sounds more emotional than words can express.
4. Mass Production
This song sounds like a nervous breakdown as it happens, chugging along slowly until it becomes a mess of detuned synthesisers and chaotic noise. …