Friday, April 30, 2010

Anton Triplet

Heavy Bass Champions Of The World


Ege Bamyasi (1972)

London Elektricity

Blokhe4d - Sunscreen
Sigma - Paint It Black (VIP)
Way Out West - The Gift (Logistics Remix)
Bop - Tears Of A Lonely Metaphysician (Lynx & Hellrazor Remix)
Sunchase - Restored
Nu:Tone - Hyper Hyper
Bop - Nothing Makes Any Sense (Blumarten Remix)
Sub Focus ft Coco - Splash
Reso - Slap Chop
Breakage - Foundation
Marky & SPY - Time Moves On
Jonny L - 1n2
Netsky ft Jenna G - Moving With You


Long Live NoData

Thursday, April 29, 2010


“Weekends are probably destined to be the ‘next big thing’ out of the Wham City/Baltimore area with their self-titled debut, Weekends. Here’s to hoping that they don’t get caught up in all of the hype that may or may not come to fruition, but I am definitely expecting a good amount of exposure coming their way. The duo of Brendan Sullivan and Adam Lempel create a sonic soundscape of noise-rock with minimal vocal presence. Likely comparisons come in the form of Ponytail and No Age. Two of my favorites are below. Oh and play it loud!” – Weekly Tape Deck

They're giving out there debut album for free right now so enjoy!



Pursuit Grooves


Sustainable Movements For A New Age

Daedelus + Ras_G + Teebs + Take + Tokimonsta + Flying Lotus @ Pure Filth Studio – LA (27.04.2010)

Download (all one DL so it might take a little while)

Tuesday, April 27, 2010


Someone needs to build a studio out of empty garbage cans at the bottom of the Mariana trench

I went to highschool with two of the dudes in this band, haven't seen em in a bit but they just dropped their EP today and it's really wonderful. They kind of remind me of Olivia Tremor Control mixed with Silver Jews but not in a derivative kind of way, they definitely have their own sound and it sounds awesome haha. anyways, they're giving it out for free so fucking listen to it and then download it or vice versa (god I love bandcamp)!

Stranded EP

Saturday, April 24, 2010

A Brand New Life

So I ended up seeing this movie from Korea called A Brand New Life and it was wonderful, very sad and lonely but wonderful none the less. The director really did a great job at capturing the emotion these girls go through in being orphans and the way the movie came full circle in the end was just phenomenal, I'll have more later, gotta head out to the theater again.

Friday, April 23, 2010

Tribeca Film Fest

I just wanted to let everyone know I might not be posting to often this weekend as I'm covering the film fest and will be seeing movies all day and night. I'm gonna post little updates about how things were at the ends of each night hopefully but music will be lacking for the next couple days. Today I'm gonna catch either Sons of Perdition or Brand New Life, haven't decided yet and then check out the Hot Chip after party with Juan Maclean at Webster.

Thursday, April 22, 2010

Black Hippies

I would love a little higher production value beat wise but all good things come with time.


Laughing Sickness

Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Tuesday, April 20, 2010

DOM - Living in America

CEO: Prologue

ceo - Prologue from Modular People on Vimeo.


I recently stumbled across this wonderfully chilled out music and immediately tried to buy it but it was totally sold out and since it's not gonna be re released anytime soon here ya go!



Caribou - Tour CD


Tour CD!


The Remix Sessions

Monday, April 19, 2010

Fuzzy Sounds From The Future

My radio show is so fucking cool you should fucking listen to it

1-2pm Eastern Standard Time, right the fuck


Hanoi Janes


Year Of Panic

Sunday, April 18, 2010

Psychedelic Horseshit


Acid Tape

perfect emotion

I love when a song is used perfectly in a movie, Aphex Twin - Cliffs in the movie Manic is a great example of this. The way they use the song to capture the emotion of the scenes it's used in is stunning and is really a great testament to the mastery of the director. In actuality the overall use of music in the film is beautiful it's just that Cliffs really stands out in my memory, anyway you should just check it out for yourself because it's a great movie.

"Lyle Jensen is subject to sudden and violent outbursts, and he is committed to the juvenile wing of the Northwood Mental Institution. Several other youths are there with a variety of serious problems. Lyle interacts with other patients and staff on a human, and sometimes not so human level. The psychological problems of the patients also forms the fabric by which we see what's right with them, and what's wrong with the society that affects them. Written by Scott from Milwaukee, WI, USA"


Watch it here (you might have to let it load up for a bit first but it's well worth it)

Friday, April 16, 2010

New track/video from Foals

Between this and Spanish Sahara I am getting so excited for their new album


This is part of my recommended summer listening list; I recommend that you find some where peaceful, lay on your back, stare at the sky and just listen to the sounds around you for a minute also make sure no homeless people are gonna piss on your head. After you have done those things press play and let this album ride through from ear to ear, connecting somewhere in the yet undiscovered parts of your brain.


Black Sea

Thursday, April 15, 2010

Four Tet - Fabric Podcast 033 (April 2010)

".In the first in our two part Four Tet podcast, Kieran Hebden takes a flick through his phenomenally stacked record collection to unearth gems from Jo R Lewis and Hyldon, aligning them with tracks by the criminally overlooked Crazy Bald Heads and STL. Also present are tracks from Burial and Miles Davis, two notable influences on the Four Tet sound."

Part 1

".The second part of Kieran Hebden’s fabric podcast finds him indulging as much of his deep experimentalism as much as his current ear for great music. Kicking off with Joy Orbison’s remix of his own ‘Love Cry’ Hebden careers through Victoria A Jazz and James Harper and on into James Holden and MJ Cole, never ceasing his impeccably diverse selection."

Part 2

Wednesday, April 14, 2010

This homeless guy was raped by Navajo Aliens or something


right here


Cool beats my ears recently stumbled across


the morning benders – Promises


the morning benders | MySpace Music Videos

Sasha vs. John Digweed @ A Sunset Cruise – WMC 3/25/2010

[00:00] 01. Felix Da Housecat – Silver Screen Shower Scene (M.A.N.D.Y. Remix)
[04:00] 02. Lusine – Two Dots (Nic Fanciulli Remix)
[10:00] 03. Steve Bug feat. Gigi – Like It Should Be (Ribn Translucent Vox Remix)
[14:00] 04. Trentemøller – Sycamore Feeling (Gui Boratto Remix)
[20:00] 05. ID
[24:00] 06. Robert Babicz – Dark Flower (Fever Mix)
[30:00] 07. Layo & Bushwacka – Femme Fatale
[38:00] 08. The Juan MacLean – Feel So Good (DJ-KiCKS)
[45:00] 09. Gui Boratto – Azzurra (It’s Not The Same Version)
[49:00] 10. Saint & Sinners – Pushin’ Too Hard (Nic Fanciulli Remix)
[55:00] 11. ID

One of my favorite things to do in the summer is head down to the park or the beach with my ipod, find a nice secluded spot and then lose myself in some beautiful ambiance.

Helios - Inherit The Wind from Keith Kenniff on Vimeo.

Helios - Embden from Keith Kenniff on Vimeo.

Roof Light - Street Level 12"

1. Street Level
2. How Far Are You From Anywhere?


No Monster Club


Tropical Decibels Volume One

Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Onra - My Comet

Onra - Long Distance - New Album (Teaser) from enozoib on Vimeo.

Ahhh, their new album is soo close and they just keep giving us these brief nuggets of amazingness that can only culminate in a joyous orgy of notes in my ear.

Okinawa Lifestyle



Monday, April 12, 2010

This looks soo damn good.

They already have the bands signed on with no cost up front but they need to reach $65,000 to have the show go on, so do us all a favor and buy a ticket or if you don't live near by donate some cash in return for a cool poster or t shirt!!!


Cool Runnings

I really love that one of the tags on this bands BandCamp page is "POST-RAD"


I know...

I know that both LCD and Broken Social Scenes new albums have leaked but I just want to let everyone that I'm not going to be posting them here as I don't want any unnecessary attention, what with google shutting down blogs left and right. They are all over the place on the internet in all the usual spots and tons of unusual spots so I'm sure you'll have no problem finding em.

Mademoiselle Caro & Franck Garcia






Atlantic At Pacific



Sunday, April 11, 2010

Kiss Kiss Fantastic

The Red/Blue Shift ep

Hazy Jane - Twinky Twingle Lil’ Stah

Thanks to White Guys With Beards for posting this little gem.

Slow Animal

Download a couple of their tracks for free on Bandcamp

Random, somewhat drunkeness

Small Black is a phenomenal up and coming band, after tonight at the Music Hall of Williamsburg I really have to say that they have solidified their place in history as one of the best "Chill Wave" bands along with Washed Out. In recent times I have seen most of the bands associated with this rapidly developing genre and aside from Neon Indian a lot of these bands leave a lot to be desired live, Small Black and Washed Out though do this genre justice. I was lucky enough to catch their first night of tour and now their last night of tour... the change of comfort level is amazingly apparent. I really can't even begin to convey how good tonight's show was but there was something special in the air tonight and I am so happy that I was lucky enough to be there. These two bands have managed to capture a feeling that in my opinion has been missing in music recently, the feeling of a new/original sound/scene that has been sorely missed. Admittedly I'm a tad bit drunk and its 6 in the morning so my mind may be a bit clouded but I feel like I just witnessed an extremely significant musical moment.
Figures I left my camera at home tonight.

Friday, April 9, 2010


The decidedly experimental group is made up of Jeremy Barnes of Neutral Milk Hotel on drums, sound artist/engineer Griffin Rodriguez on bass, and composer and jazz aficionado Dave McDonell on multiple instruments. As an album, In a Different City is all over the map. Drawing on Captain Beefheart, metal, jazz, and even classical influences (the DePaul Symphony Orchestra guests on a track), Bablicon cooks up a wildly inventive, postmodern mélange of music

In a Different City (1999)

vimeo is so much better than youtube

Clara Clara - Under The Skirt from Clapping Music on Vimeo.

Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Vital Signs - Midnight Juggernauts from midnight juggernauts on Vimeo.

The Dead Science

First and in my opinion best album by this band.


Submariner (2003)

The Books

One my favorite albums to come out in 2003, used to listen to this all time while sitting around smoking. They also have a new album coming out this July so it makes this post a little less random.


Lemon Of Pink

Booka Shade

This isn't really keeping with my plan of only posting older stuff this week but whatever, Booka Shade is sick.



Le Loup

First album by this band and one of my personal favorites of all time, I posted this in the earlier days of this blog but its just so good.


The Throne of the Third Heaven of the Nations Millennium General Assembly

The Pastels


The Last Great Wilderness



Internal Wrangler
FUCK YOU DMCA NOTICE, we're no god damn millionaires like Lou