7 Sep 2010, 11:38 by jetjag
8 Dec 2009, 06:27 by mumbles3030hey there! i recently put together a mix of some of my favorite contemporary disco cuts and threw in some choice vocal clips from robert zemeckis' timeless 1985 film 'back to the future.' i'm calling it: "back to the future discotheque." here's the tracklist:
01. Holy Ghost! - I Will Come Back (Classixx Acapulco Nights Version)
02. CMYK - Two By Two
03. Lindstrom & Christabelle - Baby Can't Stop (Aeroplane Remix)
04. Crazy P - Caught Up (Still Going Vox Mix)
05. Worst Friends - I Wish I Don't Drop Dead
06. Woolfy - Two Far Gone
07. The xx - Shelter (Them Jeans Drum Edit)
08. The Units - High Pressure Days (Rory Phillips Mix)
09. Priors - What You Need (Extended Mix)
10. Grizzly Bear - Two Weeks (Fred Falke Extended Remix)
11. Toecutter - Best Party Ever (Flight Facilities Remix)
download it for free from here.
14 Oct 2009, 11:03 by JyotiMishrahttp://www.bzangygroink.co.uk/images/2009/indefence.jpg
The best new song tonight was 'Straight Edge Hangover' by the chaps above, In Defence. A lovely dollop of new (but old-skool-sounding) sXe hardcore, it slotted in nicely towards the end of my set when I had a need for some straight-edge shoutiness. Probably because I've been getting so much shit for choosing to be edge lately. *sigh*
In Defence are on tour at the mo, go and catch them as they sound like they'd be great fun live. :-)
And on more of a true old-skool emo tip, The Promise Ring's sunny 'Skips A Beat Over You' was tonight's best old track. For you modern, fringe-flinging emo kids, check out some emo from the days before autotune and shit drum machine programming...
This is what I played:
Woolfy - That Lady
Little Red - It's Alright
Bound By Honor - Word Play
Strawberry Fair - I Can't Do Anything
Apollo 18 - End
14 Aug 2009, 17:11 by Wormwood37Hey folks,
Sorry for the lack of playlist last week (because you totally noticed). I usually do these things Friday morning while I'm slacking off at work, but I left for Chico right after my show on Thursday. Consequently, I had the worst hangover I've ever experienced on Saturday morning and threw up some perfectly delicious nachos Friday night. So it goes...
Things that Are Square 8-13-09
(*) = New release
Built to Spill - Car - There's Nothing Wrong with Love
Okay - Panda - Huggable Dust
Heavenly - Wish Me Gone - Heavenly vs. Satan
Beat Happening - Bury the Hammer - You Turn Me On
Neutral Milk Hotel - Ghost - In the Aeroplane Over the Sea
(*) Japandroids - Young Hearts Spark Fire - Post-Nothing
The Modern Lovers - Someone I Care About - The Modern Lovers
The Vaselines - Sex Sux (Amen) - The Way of the Vaselines
Cause Co-Motion! - Only Fades Away - It's Time
The Pains of Being Pure at Heart - Young Adult Friction - The Pains of Being Pure at Heart
15 Apr 2009, 11:47 by MasusimaruВспахать в ближайшее время!
Rong Music - Discogs
Что: Сан-Франциско Vs. Нью Йорк. Ben cook Vs DJ Spun. C недавних пор Rong сотрудничает с DFA.
Кто Подписанты: Woolfy, scotty coats, Free Blood, MUDD, Rub n Tug
И?... Исследовать обязательно. Жирнейшие мутации на тему диско и хауса.
Permanent Vacation - Discogs
И?... Disco, Cosmic-Disco, Balearic. Компиляция первенец от этого лейбла мне очень понравилась еще в позапрошлом году, но руки не доходят, поэтому напоминаю!
4 Jan 2008, 03:31 by jetjagDntel - Dumb Luck
Not big on saying "ALBUM OF THE YEAR!" type stuff, but, hey, this is the ALBUM OF THE YEAR! Doesn't seem like many Dntel fans agree, and if someone said to me "listen to some guy who liked Aphex Twin and Autechre and shit doing tracks with sensitive indie darlings" i'd probably smack them one... but nonetheless, I've found myself faithfully following this guy's output under all his different guises and I've ended up enjoying this even more than his last effort as Dntel, Life Is Full of Possibilities. The sounds are astonishing and for the most part I think the songs keep up - I never expected to like a Bright Eyes track, but breakfast in bed is one of my faves here. Likewise while I sold a Mia Doi Todd CD I stupidly bought within a month or so of buying it Rock My Boat is amazing. As a whole the album is really adventurous (consider the different connotations between that and "experimental") and makes me want to trot out hackneyed journo speak about breathing new life into something. …