Jan 23 2013, 17h37 por Lionheartattack
Mar 27 2011, 16h27 por Wormwood37Hey folks,
Here's the playlist for last week's radio show. My friend Alexi had asked if she could guest DJ, and since I am in the business of making dreams come true, how could I say no? And she played some pretty sweet shit. So it worked out pretty well for everyone.
Things that Are Square 3-24-11
(*) = New release
(*) Gil Scott-Heron and Jamie xx - Running - We're New Here
(*) Mike Watt - Hammering-Castle-Bird-Man - Hyphenated-Man
Half Japanese - Daytona Beach - Greatest Hits
Galaxie 500 - Submission - Peel Sessions
The Halo Benders - Snowfall - God Don't Make No Junk
(*) Yuck - Suicide Policeman - Yuck
(*) J Mascis - Listen to Me - Several Shades of Why
Jon Barba - Have a Catch - All These Songs Are About Love
Charlie Parr - Mastodon - When the Devil Goes Blind
The Magnetic Fields - All My Little Words - 69 Love Songs (For Ellen in Portland, OR)
Why? - Early Whitney - Oaklandazulasylum
Archers of Loaf - Web in Front - Icky Mettle
Ago 18 2010, 23h14 por invagueThis is a continually updated list of my favorite albums with dark musical themes spanning various eras and genres.
1966 - The Rolling Stones - Aftermath
1967 - The Velvet Underground - The Velvet Underground & Nico
1968 - Johnny Cash - Live at Folsom Prison
1969 - The Stooges - The Stooges
1970 - Black Sabbath - Black Sabbath
1971 - Alice Cooper - Love It to Death
1971 - Black Sabbath - Paranoid
1971-73 - Bedemon - Child of Darkness
1972-76 - Pentagram - First Daze Here & First Daze Here Too
1973 - The Stooges - Raw Power
1977 - Dead Boys - Young, Loud, and Snotty
1977 - Wire - Pink Flag
1978 - Johnny Thunders - So Alone
1978 - The Misfits - Static Age
1978 - Suicide - First Album
1979 - Joy Division - Unknown Pleasures
1980 - Bauhaus - In the Flat Field
1981 - Roky Erickson & the Aliens - The Evil One
1981 - tsol - Dance With Me
1981 - Venom - Welcome To Hell
1981 - Venom - Black Metal
1983 - Bauhaus -…
Abr 6 2009, 23h09 por Wiggaloo
Dez 25 2008, 15h06 por LionheartattackBelow is the list of albums that I have. I try to remember, and not be too lazy, to list every future-bought album in here, too. If anyone ever reads this. No matter, I'll still list my albums out of boringness, my interest in music, and joy of randomly documenting insignificant things. :D
February 28th, 2009: Added DVDs and stuff.
October 28th, 2010: Finally added the artist tags and made the albums show from oldest to newest. Why on earth did I originally do the list all upside-down? D:
Ария - Герой асфальта
ABBA - The Album
Accept - Balls to the Wall
Accept - Metal Heart
Accept - Blood of the Nations
Accept - Stalingrad
AC/DC - High Voltage
AC/DC - Back in Black
AC/DC - The Razor's Edge
Aerosmith - Toys in the Attic
Aerosmith - Pump
Aerosmith - Get a Grip
Aerosmith - Nine Lives
Agalloch - The Mantle
Agalloch - Ashes Against the Grain
The Alan Parsons Project - Tales Of Mystery And Imagination
Alice Cooper - Welcome to My Nightmare
Dez 12 2008, 23h38 por lonestarninja47So this is what I do instead of studying for finals???
1.How did you get into no.29?
Kanye West- The first time I saw the "Through the Wire" video on AMN one morning I wanted more and he soon became my favorite hip-hop artist...until he adopted Autotune.
2. What's the first song you ever heard by no.22?
Invisibl Skratch Piklz- ummm probably "Invasion of the Octopus People" from the first "Return Of The Dj" compilation.
3. What’s your favorite song by no.33?
The Black Keys- "Strange Times"
4. How did you get into no.49?
Alarm Will Sound- their album of orchestral versions of Aphex Twin songs came with the Aphex Twin torrent and it’s awesome!
5. How many albums by no.13 do you own?
Against Me!- physically one, "New Wave”
6. What is your favorite song by no.50?
A Tribe Called Quest- "Stressed Out (Björk's Married to the Mob Mix)"
7. Is there a song by no.39 that makes you sad?
Del Tha Funkee Homosapien- no, only happiness comes from Del.
Abr 1 2008, 11h12 por kindelan
Fev 9 2008, 7h37 por gwallaI'm bored right now so y'all get a pointless meme to clog band journals.
1. King Crimson — I understand the whole thing about not becoming a dinosaur act, but refusing to play the old stuff live, period, kinda sucks. Also, Islands was horrible.
2. Joe Satriani — Please, Joe, do not sing ever again. I thought you'd learned your lesson on Flying In A Blue Dream, but then you put vocals on Is There Love in Space?. Why? Your lyrics are uninspired and your voice is dull. To borrow an album title from Frank Zappa, shut up 'n' play yer guitar!
3. Magma — Even after all this time, when listening on random shuffle I frequently can't name a track just by hearing it. Also, what's up with the kazoo on Attahk?
4. Electric Six — Once you tire of the joke of mixing hard rock and disco, there isn't much left.
5. Battles — Alvin! Simon! Theodore! (Also, BTTLS is a completely boring track)
6. Oingo Boingo — Whored out tracks to just about every movie made in the '80s, which resulted in some really half-assed work like Bachelor Party. …
Nov 4 2007, 23h39 por gwallaWed 31 Oct – Roky Erickson, 1990s
Last year, Roky Erickson played for the first time in decades in San Francisco, but the show (part of the Noise Pop festival) sold out before I could get tickets. Instead, I saw You're Gonna Miss Me, a documentary on his life. The movie was very good, and cleared up some misconceptions I had thanks to the liner notes for Where the Pyramid Meets the Eye: A Tribute to Roky Erickson), but still, I was kicking myself for missing what could have been a once-in-a-lifetime chance to see one of my favorite rockers play, given his age and, shall we say, notably erratic nature.
So naturally, when I was checking out the new Last.FM recommended events calendar and saw that Roky Erickson and The Explosives were playing in San Francisco—on Halloween, no less—I leaped at the chance. I went with my friend Joe, who I'd introduced to Roky's music years ago and who has become a big fan since.
The show did not disappoint. …