31 Oct 2009, 16:07 by Gutol
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DJ Corporal Leper (SYD)
Brooke Olsen aka DJ Corporal Leper is an experimental radio producer and record collector from Sydney. She has been involved in specialist music programming and experimental program making on various community radio stations for a number of years, most recently as executive producer for Sunday Night at the Movies on Fbi 94.5fm. Brooke’s varied radiophonic creations have been broadcast on 2ser, Fbi and ABC Radio National. Her alias Corporal Leper fixates on collecting (and broadcasting) the unbroadcastable: strange and forgotten musical relics of bad times long gone.
1. Wax Audio – God [Cut, Paste and Run / Self Release] (selected media and online)
2. Buttress O’Kneel – The National Anthem Police Alias Frequencies]
3. DJ Morphism – Psycho Skippy (Also see: Organarchy / Ohms Not Bombs)
26 Jul 2007, 11:05 by CydoniaNicolai
28 Jun 2007, 04:07 by thewilyfilipino
23 Mar 2007, 15:05 by AtatakaiTeSanA package just arrived for me... It's contents have filled me with a joy like that the first time you have sex.
I think a picture will speak volumes more than any words i could use.
That's right.. 10..count 'em... 10 wing cds. I am going on an aural journey that there is no coming back from, baby!
And just to add the sugar on top of what is already a super sweet pudding, Wing included a signed photo of herself. She is saluting.. SALUTING!!! I freakin' love this women.
That is all.
4 Oct 2006, 21:20 by RocketShipX41I've been thinking about leaving home.
And I mean really leaving.
I've taken a job in Beijing, China, and will be leaving Seattle for there in a couple weeks. To celebrate (and maybe fret a bit about) this event, I started a group: Expats of the world. If the group profile fits you, join the expat community. Even if it doesn't fit you, but you're interested in the subject, go ahead - I won't kick you out for that.
Not that it has much relation, but I can think of some great musicians who are expats of some form or other: David Bowie, Neil Finn, Björk, Wing, Jimi Hendrix, Joni Mitchell, Neil Young, John Wesley Harding, Robyn Hitchcock...
I'm sure you can think of others.
19 Aug 2006, 14:49 by blistermanI'm trying a little experiment here.
I'm gonna link this post to lots of different artists, to see if people browsing the artists pages, see the title "The Worst band in the world", and click on it to defend their favourite band.
Let me know if you've fallen for it.
Here's a list of bands, none of which I actually think is the worst artist in the world. (That Honour probably goes to Wing)
The Rolling Stones
Red Hot Chili Peppers
Dead Cab For Cutie
Panic! at the Disco
Guns 'N' Roses
The Sex Pistols
Blue Oyster Cult
1 Feb 2006, 05:41 by magnetiqueI often wonder how one differentiates good music from crap. Talented musicians and sharp lyricism no longer guarantee a sold out venue (Did it ever?), or even a full pub. The chart toppers are currently a handful of adolescent singer/actresses who sing songs (written by other people) about how much they all hate each other, and about how unique they are. I wouldn't call it music. I can't even tell them apart.
The true test is how one holds up live. Face to face bands really must work to prove the fibre of their fabric. Bands I found insipid and boring on CD have time and time again surprised me in small venues with their musicianship and adept command of their audience; Papa M anyone?
It seems to be, mostly, a matter of opinion. I love loads of music that my friends cannot stand, Django Reinhardt makes my sister run screaming from the room, while I exhibit much the same behaviour to Joni Mitchell and her ear splitting shrieks. And if anyone makes me go to one more Current 93 concert, blood will spill.