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  • Slowdive

    17 Dec 2005, 23:06 by sing-sing

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    version #93 (audio/video) :::: http://slowdive.narod.ru/slowdive.htm

    Only for Slowdive fans :)

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ol787NjpBS4

    the pumpkin fairies
    Rachel Goswell (b. May 16, 1971), Mojave 3 (vocals/guitar)
    Neil Halstead (b. October 7, 1970), Mojave 3 (vocals/guitar)
    Christian Saville (b. December 6, 1970), Monster Movie (guitar)
    Nick Chaplin (b. December 23, 1970) (bass)
    Adrian Sell, Eternal (Sarah Records), Eternal CD Breathe
    Ian McCutcheon (b. August 25, 1971) (drums)
    Simon Scott, Televise, myspace/Televise and drummer for the Charlottes


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    Named after a word in one of Nick Chaplin's dreams not from a Siouxsie and the Banshees single Slowdive formed in Reading, England, in late 1989. The group orginally consisted of Neil Halstead (guitar/vocals), Rachel Goswell (guitar/vocals), Christian Savill (guitar), Adrian Sell (drums), and Chaplin (bass). …
  • My trip to Manchester...

    13 Dec 2005, 00:07 by clearskies

    A trip to Manchester to see Man Utd lose another two points..but I did have a good trip to HMV and bought a few things..

    1. José González- Veneer
    2. Sigur Ros - Hoppopolis single
    3. David Gray - Hospital Food single
    4. Lali Puna - I Thought I Was Over That..
  • Track List Nov 27 - Dec 4

    5 Dec 2005, 22:09 by clearskies

    1. José González- Heartbeats...I don't know what made me search for this song but after listening to the Sony ad for the millionth time, I felt I had to get the full track..It's very infectious..and I've listened to the Knife's version..JG is much better!

    2. Martin Finke - Practically the whiole of Crown Time. This man has been criminally ignored by the music scene in Ireland..He has toured with Josh Ritter and Mark Eitzel and in my opinion is up there with the best..a poet! Favourite track is Take Care..

    3. Lali Puna - Faking the Books.. I heard this track about 6 months ago one early morning on earphones..something you have to hear when you're done for the day..

    4. Boards of Canada - Music is Math..I'm listening to the new album quite a bit now but this one from the old album is up there with their best..

    5. Kings of Leon - The Bucket..True fans will tell me that this track is nothing compared to the rest of the album..a feel good song..
  • Watoo Watoo biography

    14 Nov 2005, 15:20 by mkorchia

    Watoo Watoo is Pascale & Michaël. Michaël usually records new songs on his computer, calls friends to help with the guitars, and then asks Pascale to add her lovely voice. But Pascale is always busy doing something else, so Michaël often needs to ask her some time in advance.

    Watoo Watoo latest release is le fumalin, in 2003. The songs are a capricious mix of pop dashed with jazz, bossa, or even chanson française, depending on the mood. It was released by Clover Records in Japan and on LeS DiSqUeS MaLaDrOiTs, the « home » label, for the rest of the world.

    Watoo Watoo has about ten new songs ready for a new label. Among the four songs on the enclosed CD are a melancholic waltz, a pop song with 60’s orchestral arrangements, an electronic tune and even a funk number sounding like a 70’s movie soundtrack. Pascale’s soft voice and the apparent softness of the melodies pull everything together, stamping the Watoo Watoo brand on the entire production.

    Short discography:
  • Watoo Watoo biography

    14 Nov 2005, 15:20 by mkorchia

    Watoo Watoo is Pascale & Michaël. Michaël usually records new songs on his computer, calls friends to help with the guitars, and then asks Pascale to add her lovely voice. But Pascale is always busy doing something else, so Michaël often needs to ask her some time in advance.

    Watoo Watoo latest release is le fumalin, in 2003. The songs are a capricious mix of pop dashed with jazz, bossa, or even chanson française, depending on the mood. It was released by Clover Records in Japan and on LeS DiSqUeS MaLaDrOiTs, the « home » label, for the rest of the world.

    Watoo Watoo has about ten new songs ready for a new label. Among the four songs on the enclosed CD are a melancholic waltz, a pop song with 60’s orchestral arrangements, an electronic tune and even a funk number sounding like a 70’s movie soundtrack. Pascale’s soft voice and the apparent softness of the melodies pull everything together, stamping the Watoo Watoo brand on the entire production.

    Short discography:
  • Watoo Watoo biography

    14 Nov 2005, 15:20 by mkorchia

    Watoo Watoo is Pascale & Michaël. Michaël usually records new songs on his computer, calls friends to help with the guitars, and then asks Pascale to add her lovely voice. But Pascale is always busy doing something else, so Michaël often needs to ask her some time in advance.

    Watoo Watoo latest release is le fumalin, in 2003. The songs are a capricious mix of pop dashed with jazz, bossa, or even chanson française, depending on the mood. It was released by Clover Records in Japan and on LeS DiSqUeS MaLaDrOiTs, the « home » label, for the rest of the world.

    Watoo Watoo has about ten new songs ready for a new label. Among the four songs on the enclosed CD are a melancholic waltz, a pop song with 60’s orchestral arrangements, an electronic tune and even a funk number sounding like a 70’s movie soundtrack. Pascale’s soft voice and the apparent softness of the melodies pull everything together, stamping the Watoo Watoo brand on the entire production.

    Short discography:
  • Watoo Watoo biography

    14 Nov 2005, 15:20 by mkorchia

    Watoo Watoo is Pascale & Michaël. Michaël usually records new songs on his computer, calls friends to help with the guitars, and then asks Pascale to add her lovely voice. But Pascale is always busy doing something else, so Michaël often needs to ask her some time in advance.

    Watoo Watoo latest release is le fumalin, in 2003. The songs are a capricious mix of pop dashed with jazz, bossa, or even "chanson française", depending on the mood. It was released by Clover Records in Japan and on LeS DiSqUeS MaLaDrOiTs, the « home » label, for the rest of the world.

    Watoo Watoo has about ten new songs ready for a new label. Among the four songs on the enclosed CD are a melancholic waltz, a pop song with 60’s orchestral arrangements, an electronic tune and even a funk number sounding like a 70’s movie soundtrack. Pascale’s soft voice and the apparent softness of the melodies pull everything together, stamping the Watoo Watoo brand on the entire production.

  • Concerts

    7 Oct 2005, 07:31 by ElBandido

    The first term of the school year is a busy one!

    In september there already was
    Köhn & de portables(12th): won tickets for this one, de portables are a nice Belgian postrock/indiepop band.
    CocoRosie(13th): second time I saw them and really different from the first time! With a real band and dancer and stuff, more hiphop oriented too.

    October brought already
    Broadcast(2nd): great band, good concert, although there were some technical problems, I think. The guitars overpowered the synths sometimes a bit too much (especially in opener and special favourite "Pendulum").

    Eels (5th): Sort of acoustic (not completely) concert with a string section. It was really good, they played really loads of songs ("Dead of Winter" & "3 Speed" even! no "Wooden Nickels" or "Checkout Blues" alas) and E was funny as ever, but now I'd really like to see him with a rocking band, instead of this non-rock thing.

    Still in october:
  • My Trip to the World's Largest Garage Sale (Part 1?)

    25 Sep 2005, 19:43 by cartbot

    Every year the American Cancer Society put on "The World's Largest Garage Sale" here at about this time of year and I always make sure to go to pick up some CDs at very low prices. Yesterday I got 11 CDs, and I might go again on the last day (which is half-price day) if I can make it. Here's what I got yesterday:

    ...And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead - Source Tags & Codes
    I don't even really like most of the songs by these guys, but I heard one that I really liked ("Another Morning Stoner") on Last.fm radio and figured I'd buy this. It might even grow on me.

    Copywrite - The High Exhaulted
    Copywrite rapped on "June", the best song on RJD2's album, which also happens to be included on this CD. I definitely need to give the entire disc more time, but right now I think "Seven Light Years" is excellent.

    DJ Thomas/Welcome Stranger - Tropical Hot Dog
    I bought this one because it was released on the same label as Tipper's "Surrounded"…
  • Observatori 2005, nombres

    12 Sep 2005, 11:26 by vate

    Observatori 2005, nombres

    By wego on Arte/Cultura/Ocio (http://obviouslife.bitacoras.com/)

    Rinôçerôse,Lali Puna,MU,Cycle,Funkstörung,Client,Idjut Boys,Mike Shannon,Dixon,Kaoru Katayama ,Dennis Oppenheim,Gary Hill,Carles Congost,Alex Francés,Wolf Vostell ,Eugenio Merino,Mark Tichner ,Isaac Montoya ,Rosangela Rennó ,David Trullo,Jaume Parera,Gordon Delap ,Antonin de Belmes ,Teresa Tomás ,Antonio Montesinos ,Monique Baastians ,Volkan Diyaroglu ,Alessandro Lo Monaco,Ima Picó ,Edu Marín, Arcangel constantini ,Brian Mackern ,Clara Montoya ,Toña Medina ,Angeles Oliva,J. Manuel G. Izquierdo, Fran García ,Peter Bosch ,Simone Simons ,David Cabellos ,Lengua Blanca ,Lennie Lee ,Félix Fernandez ,Andrés Senra ,Jacopo Miliani ,Víctor Bonet ,Carlos Llavata ,Sir Alice ,Antonio de la Rosa ,Mitchell Akiyama ,Sylvain Aubé,Magali Babin ,Mathieu Beauséjour ,Hugo Cantin,Leo Cruz,Sylvie Chenard ,Colin de la Plante,Chantal Dumas,Christelle Franca,Thierry Gauthier,Daniel Lagacé ,Éric Létourneau…