The original of this is also great as is most of the other tracks by Camille that I found. She's so cool.. Check out this super cute video. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DgXUctWDF34
"Who is the Daikaiju? Kabuki men deliver most high rocket music.
Special reverb skill combo for full impact! Loud Roken-Roll for earful pleasure!
Impressive radiation of hyper-dimensional springy sound, divine psychedelic wind for your special liking.
Worship Psycho-surf band Daikaiju daily for good luck and health!"
already blogged elsewhere http://hypem.com/search/synthgasm/1/ but i reckon its worth posting here...
Elephants mix: P.C.P. - Jeff & Jane Hudson | (1981)
Real Dreams - Mathew JONSON | Stop 12' (2007)
Plastic Bamboo - Ryuichi Sakamoto | Thousand Knives LP (1978)
Cutting Tears (Pop-3 Remix) - Akiko Kiyama | (2007)
Torturing Lines - John Keys | Who's Afraid Of Virginia Tsedong 12' (2007)
Mit Dir - Robert Görl | Mute Audio Documents Volume 3 (2007)
Tulip Schnaps - Noze | How To Dance LP (2006)
Gothic Girl - International Pony | Mit Dir sind wir Vier LP (2006)
New (Red) Roses - Yukihiro Takahashi | Neuromantic LP (1981)
Just Try - Jeff Samuel | Step 12' (2006)
Elephant's Parade - Minilogue | Elephants Parade 12' (2007)
Silver Clouds (Hot Version) - Photocall | Silver Clouds 12' (2007)
Antenne 2 (prod. Para One) - TTC | 3615 LP (2006)
The Demerol Edit - Krikor | Disposable Elvises 12' (2005)
Parasols - Plastic Operator | Different Places LP (2007)
Slomo - Zombie Nation | Black Toys LP (2006)
Pop, Shake, Jit - Chi Boogie | Juke Trax Online Volume 11 LP (2006)
Hola Macci Kola - Alexander Robotnick | Les grands voyages de l'amour LP
Are You That Somebody? (Instrumental) - Aaliyah | Are You That Somebody? 12' (1998)
One Hundred Point Three - Bass Clef | Zamyatin Tapes Vol. 1 12' (2007)
Mistral - Distance | My Demons LP (2006)
Radio 4 - Public Image Ltd | Plastic Box LP
If only I would know the reason
why summer aint no Snowman's season...
recorded a few years back, Min Sounds was recorded at a friends studio in Peterborough.
It is the first track of 2 albums some tracks of which are currently being recorded.
I wrote and played drums, vocals, guitars, percussion
Piano's, Double Bass, guitars, co-production and mixing was remarkably acheived by the patience of Paul White.
And the beautiful flute and other percussions were layed by the amazing Jodi Swindgler.
a delightfully spacey disco piece utilising a beautiful swatch of syncopated metalic percussion and synth sounds.
A different kind of childish, Sparky's Magic Piano is the second in a series of children’s audio stories featuring Sparky, an original character created for Capitol Records in 1947. The story is over 18 mins long but i urge you to at least listen upto 3.17 when the piano begins to speak. 'the voice of the piano was generated by Sonovox, an early version of the talk box.' wikipeadia. Some of the dialogue could be construed as quite suggestive, which is kinda funny/sinister, but that's my dark sense of humour - 'rub your hands over my keys...'
As we soon leave the sinking ship of 2007, here's to hoping Gabba is not, and that it still has a lot of great music to bring us in 2008. Also, I am sure that it will always be a whole lot 'cooler than thou' :)
This is from the wonderful Fun While It Lasted part 2 compilation, where you will find many other twee indie pop gems.
1982 ish. doo-wop electro. recorded on the same night as planet rock using the same backing track - Read this user review on discogs
Turismo is the first track of the Volt album, a trip trough the electro, [Censored Genre] and experimental side of Vate
Pendulum - Rustie
Digits - 6blocc
Road 2 Nowher - Macabre Unit
Stuck in the System - Joker
Night - Benga & Coki
Overpowered - Róisín Murphy
Read My Mind (Erodyne) - Metro Area
Radio Ladio - Metronomy
Sound Of C (Radioclit remix Featuring Ears) - Radioclit
Skatesteak - Tellier & Oizo & Sebastian
Crimewave - Crystal Castles vs. HEALTH
s3xual Eruption (Instrumental) - Snoop Dogg
Don and Sherri - Matthew Dear
Ready For The Floor (Extended Version) - Hot Chip
Raquel (Extended Edit) - Neon Neon
Escalate - Michael Fakesch
I've been listening to lots of disco (nu, cosmic, italo, blah blah) stuff of late and this aeroplane remix is absolutely delicious. Aeroplane's eponymous track from last year was one of my faves, i just love their production and what they've done with this already great soulwax product pop record is absolutely spine tingling. 10x10x10x10x10x...
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If you`re waiting for the
End of the World, you`ll like it
We made this!
This track is about Swissair flight 111 that crashed into the Atlantic Ocean near Halifax in 1998. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Swissair_111
My first post in a long while, most previous have pretty much split opinion so we'll see how this one does. Akira The Don is a rapper from Wales, now living in London and this is the first track taken from his first (widely available) EP. Patrick is a moving and deeply affecting tale of an old friendship and the twists and turns it has taken. a rather haunting backing track complete with electronic crunching and a slow build complement the spoken word style of the rap and its subject matter.
similar in tone is Cut You In The Face taken from the same EP and available on I-tunes
Akira The Don's style has come on quite a lot since this track and free downloads and mixtapes can all be grabbed from his website.
There was a reasn why I didn't post this weeks ago but I'll be buggered if I can remember why today, so stuff it, up it goes. It's not as if anyone else's playing..
Again, I know this aint looking good on paper, but trust me its a great track..
1970's nigerian rock; great organ, nicely repetitive vocals, dancey rhythm...7-8 minutes long....