31 Jul 2014, 21:41 by Matokami
4 Mar 2011, 23:24 by joshblalockBIRP! March 2011
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BIRP! is a community website dedicated to monthly indie/rock playlists that are available for download at the first of every month.
1. Absofacto - 80844264@81 (Love Song)
2. Caddywhompus - Age of Wild Spirits
3. Mutual Benefit - Animal Death Mask
4. The Fatty Acids - Astrovan
5. Blastoids - Autumn
6. Kurt Vile - Baby's Arms
7. Brothertiger - Back To Us
8. Phantasmagoria - Bats!
9. Dream Cop - Beach City / Carol I Know
10. tUnE-yArDs - Bizness
11. Sean Nicholas Savage - Can't Get My Mind Off You
12. the birD day - Colors
13. Architecture in Helsinki - Contact High
14. Opus Orange - Crystal Clear
15. Solar Bears - Cub (Keep Shelly in Athens remix)
16. Starfucker - Death as a fetish (feat. Mattress)
17. Collarbones - Don Juan
16 Feb 2011, 02:13 by GroovemineArtist: Elk
Album: Let's Get Married
Label: Shape Up Records
Let’s Get Married contains an enigmatic aura that constantly swirls and alters itself into a collection of throbbing electronics. The album opens with the title track, a song that sounds like it’s about to burst into a Irish Riverdancing sequence, but instead turns into a pulsating reverberation of the Animal Collective variety; furthermore, “Let’s Get Married” introduces a communal—somewhat tribal—theme that Stein oft-excels in. Listeners will feel like foreigners watching in on some bizarre ritual. Stein creates the sort of unconventional sound that’s just too hard to resist, no matter how badly you’d like to not listen to it.
Elk’s ‘flaws’ are also his strengths. The juxtaposition of chill wave inspired sound with Latin rhythms found in Merengue (“Rollerbladin”) may not seem like the most appealing of collocations, but damn, it’s catchy. The transitions aren’t necessarily the smoothest in Let’s Get Married, but...
8 Feb 2011, 07:14 by inparentheses
31 Jan 2011, 23:29 by Babs_05The idea is for a journal for every month listing new albums I listen to and what I think so that when I review the year's music in December, I will have a handy reminder. I will add to this as the month goes on. Suggestions welcome.
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2011 Year-end list contenders
w/c Mon 31 January:
http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51-y2AnGg8L._AA115_.jpg Bobby Long - A Winter Tale
After a big break from the 'Twilight' soundtrack, the British singer-songwriter releases his first official studio LP. (Spinner) Soothing. No loud, unexpected noises. Good, because I have a migraine today. This is my medicine.
We7 | Spotify | mflow | MySpace
http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51BEXJbCMAL._AA115_.jpg Bright Eyes - The People's Key
14 Nov 2010, 22:23 by theluketwymanhttp://farm5.static.flickr.com/4111/5041494929_820c85c0cd.jpg
My tinnitus is on the up and it doesn't look like it's going to stop, which is a great shame. I've lost count of the amount of times i've said to myself "You know kid, all these gigs and long walks through the woods at night, listening to Wolf Eyes full blast. They're gonna catch up with you're ears one day and you'll be stuck listening to feedback and screeching tape loops forever". Or something to that affect anyway, either way i didn't heed my own advise. Paul Simon once said "A man hears what he wants to hear and disregards the rest" and it looks like the smug little bastard was right.
Anyone who suffers badly with tinnitus will know how much of a drag it can be. Sleepless nights, difficulty understanding conversations within a group of people, wincing at car stereos and small speakers being tipped over the '5' or '6' volume level. Like the ringing, the list goes on. …
17 Sep 2010, 15:16 by theluketwyman---Now is the time---
It's been an absolutely beautiful summer for the experiment, filled with all the bbq's, lake swimming and personal adventures that the warm months should only exist for. One highlight that must be pointed out and applauded however, is the recent marriage of Karl (Stand) Sveinson and Sophie (Pigeons) Nelson in Cleethorpes last weekend. They tied the knot in the most grand casual manner, followed by a curry and music from Elk and the Klaus Kinski boys. We'd all like to raise a Jah once again and wish them a massive future and give thanks for a truly Audacious wedding. Onwards!
A lot of the bands usually parked in our garage are a little unaccounted for at the moment, but i'm sure they'll turn up as the weather turns cold and we're all forced back inside. As far as I know Wooderson are taking it a little steady…
17 Apr 2010, 01:34 by ediblepeopleAn up-to-date list of all the bands and artists I've had the chance to see in concert. Some of them were seen willingly... some, considerably less so.
Last update: April 2, 2014
The 1975 (x2)
8IO feat. Byron Wong/Dave Hamelin
A Tribe Called Red (x2)
the Abrams Brothers
The Academy Is...
Action Bronson (x2)
Aidan Knight (x4)
Ain't No Love
The Airborne Toxic Event (x2)
Albert Hammond Jr. (x2)
Alex Bien Band
Alex Clare (x2)
Alice Cooper (x2)
Alice in Chains
All Time Low
All Tiny Creatures
Allstar Weekend (x2)
Alright Alright (x2)
Andrew Bird (x2)
1 Mar 2010, 13:34 by theluketwymanhttp://photos-f.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc3/hs184.snc3/19147_210717864966_36735374966_789056_2261456_n.jpg
Well January came and went at a pretty constant grueling pace. Apparently it snowed and the country ground to a halt. Although i've got a feeling it was just the tabloids tapping the social beehive again, like all that swine flu no one ever got. Our gig at the Stockroom was a real hoot, thanks to everyone who came down, bought a drink and nodded yer head. All the bands were silk cut. Keep your nose in the air for them all playing a watering hole near you over the next few months. Wagons a rollin.
February look as though it's gonna be just as busy with some mint stuff on the horizon. If you'll permit me, i'll bend your eyes and ears about it for the next 63 lines or so.
WOODERSON EP + CRASH TOUR
After about 4 months…
17 Jan 2010, 17:09 by theluketwymanhttp://photos-f.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc3/hs157.snc3/18474_408196400693_678910693_10720185_5165394_n.jpg
We're here, we made it. After scraping through the last desperate months of 2009, The Audacious Art Experiment has finally blasted into it's second Gregorian earth decade. If i dared to sit down and think about where this all started, where it's taken us and changes we've all been through during, i'd probably have to take a week off work. However, to focus too much on the past is to not see the future hurtling towards you. After saying in the last post that the 'musical cows in our shed aren't really mooing at the moment', it seems that a massive swagger of a fox has just barrel arsed right in that barn and started whipping up a hell of a hoe down. We appear to have bands again and those bands seem to want to play gigs. Here's a bit if a run down of whats cooking in our kitchen and also a few things we're enjoying cooking too.
CRASH OF RHINOS