jeudi 25 février 2010

Crown Land

Rivers and a Canyon

Crown Land is a new experimental recording project from Victoria B.C.'s Calvin Dick ,who in the past has released 3 self - produced albums (Neckbeard - Pleasure Steward / Neckbeard - Neckbeard and Neckbeard - Sexpo) among other things *

Merci à Henri Cording pour la découverte.

mardi 23 février 2010

Kurtis Blow : The Breaks (1979)

Gonjasufi - Microchips

Gonjasufi A Sufi And A Killer out 8th/9th March 2010

Sukia : Gary Super-Macho

Sukia were a Camarillo, California-based electronic band that featured former child actor Ross Harris, who in the 1970s acted in shows such as CHiPS and the Little House on the Prairie.

Formed in the early 90's amidst the burgeoning Los Angeles indie music scene, Sukia took their name from the Italian vampire comic book of the same name. Their only released album is Contacto Especial con el Tercer Sexo (1996), which was produced by the Dust Brothers and Jerry Finn, released on the Dust Brothers label, Nickelbag records in the States and through Mo Wax Records in the United Kingdom.

Following their dissolution, Sukia have gained a cult following from the release of the above titled album and also alternate versions of the songs "Gary Super Macho" and "The Dream Machine".[wikipedia]

Big Black - The Model


Moose were a British indie rock band who formed in London in 1990. The original line-up included Russell Yates (guitar, vocals), K.J. “Moose” McKillop (guitar), Damien Warburton (drums), and Jeremy Tishler (bass). After Warburton and Tishler left the band they were replaced with Lincoln Fong (bass), his brother Russell (guitar), and Richard Thomas (drums). Other members have included Mig Moorland (drums) and Mick Conroy (keyboards).

Moose have been credited by some as being the first band to be called "shoegazers" which was inspired by an early gig of theirs at which Russell Yates read lyrics taped to the floor. Moose’s first three EPs, however, are their only releases which feature the intense guitar effects that characterize shoegazing. Beginning with their first full-length album, ...XYZ, Moose started to lean more towards jangle pop with a slight country-tinge. The album sold poorly, and as a result they were dropped from Hut Records shortly after its release. Within the next few years the band would release two more full-length albums on Play It Again Sam. Despite a strong critical response, Moose’s albums continued to sell few copies. Following the release of their third album, Live a Little Love a Lot, Moose took an extended break from music only to return five years later with the release of High Ball Me!. "This River Will Never Run Dry" has been featured on the recent Britpop collection "The Brit Box." [wikipedia]

dimanche 21 février 2010

Papy Mixtape : Welcome to the Eighties

Papy Mixtape : Welcome to the Eighties

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dimanche 14 février 2010

CHARANJIT SINGH - Synthesizing: TEN RAGAS TO A DISCO BEAT - india 1982

CHARANJIT SINGH - Synthesizing: TEN RAGAS TO A DISCO BEAT - india 1982

Bombay, 1982: Bollywood session musician Charanjit Singh, set out to translate ancient Indian classical Ragas to the modern synthesizer and invented house music along the way!

OUT ON VINYL 2-LP: februari 22th 2010

OUT ON CD: april 19th 2010

mercredi 10 février 2010

Miss X -- Christine (Banned by the BBC)

This is British actress Joyce Blair singing in disguise, about the John Profumo/Christine Keeler political sex scandal of 1963. It was banned by the BBC. Also included is the French version sung by Marisa.

lundi 8 février 2010

Mixtape by La Tortue Molle : Girls Attack !!!

Playlist :

1. Donna Loren – So, Do the zonk (1965)
2. Denise & Compagny – Boy, What'll You Do Then (1966) également connu sous le titre “Take me as i am”
3. The Girls – Chico’s girl (1966)
4. The Kane Triplets – Theme from Mission impossible (1968)
5. Fatimas – Hoochy coo (1967)
6. Tony and Siegrid – Up there (1967)
7. She trinity – Climb that tree (1970)
8. Sharon Tandy with les Fleur de Lys – Hold on (1967)
9. She – Outta reach (1970)
10. The Starlets – You don’t love me (1965)
11. Nai Bonet – Jelly belly (1965)
12. The What Four – I’m gonna destroy that boy (1966)

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