15 avr. 2009, 21h59m par dani_brunette
26 oct. 2007, 19h58m par As_Dust_Dances
2 oct. 2007, 20h52m par lettersnideri went to the best yard sale the other day ... i got there at the tail end of it, i cannot imagine what this guy had before greg and richard got to it. but at any rate i got some excellent additions to my lp collection.
George Harrison - All Things Must Pass
Rem - Murmur
Rem - Fables of the Reconstruction
U2 - The Unforgettable Fire
Dexy's Midnight Runners - Searching For The Young Soul Rebels (have you heard this album? i mean, have you HEARD it? it's too bad about come on eileen, honestly, because this album is just fantastic but no one knows about it.)
Wire - 154 (the best wire album)
Bruce Springsteen - Nebraska
Television - Adventure
Tom Tom Club - s/t
The Fall - Live At The Witch Trials
Elvis Costello - Armed Forces
Elvis Costello - Get Happy!!
The Clash - s/t
The B-52's - Whammy!
Blondie - Parallel Lines
Laurie Anderson - Mister Heartbreak
Roxy Music - s/t
Iggy Pop - Lust For Life
Pretenders - s/t
PiL - Public Image
XTC - Drums And Wires
9 fév. 2007, 19h41m par jmcnallyCompilation Champs
Welcome to the sixth edition of the Compilation Champs South by Southwest CD.
It was great to be with you this year in Austin. Some of you are old friends by now, and some I've just met. But I hope that you enjoy at least some of these songs, all of which have meant something to me in the past year. Canadian content is marked with a maple leaf. Feel free to get in touch with your comments (jamesATconsolationchampsDOTcom).
Disgusteen (1980, from Frantic City)
Teenage Head were one of my favourite bands as a teenager growing up in Toronto. They were from Hamilton, a blue-collar steel town about 45 minutes away, and they played a gritty blend of punk and rockabilly. This song features singer Frankie Venom spouting lines from The Exorcist in a silly demon voice. What's not to love?
If You Say So (1996, from All the Negatives Have Been Destroyed)
Early Spoon. Now that they've achieved a measure of the fame they deserve, it's fun to look back on what kind of music they were playing ten years ago. …
25 déc. 2006, 2h23m par w1bbleHaven't done one of these before, so I thought I'd give it a shot. I was trying to think of how best to start, and I decided the best thing was to write a wee bit about the most played artists on my profile.
So, in reverse order then:
20 - LCD Soundsystem
Polyrhythmic polemicists from NYC that I first became aware of when they played a Optimo at Glasgow's Sub Club. I've seen them three more times since, and they've never disappointed me - except for James Murphy abusing the crowd at All Tomorrow's Parties a couple of years back. Their first two singles, Losing My Edge and Yeah are probably still the best introduction to the band.
19 - Four Tet
Originally started as Kieron Hebden's electronic side-project from three-piece band Fridge (also featuring Adem), this project has ended up taking up most of KH's time. Influenced by folk and jazz music, and improvisational in approach, FT's gigs can vary significantly from one night to the next.
18 - Prince