fredag 29 februari 2008
torsdag 28 februari 2008
We love these guys, and who doesn't. This is one of their new tracks that I think you all should buy. And as always the sleeve design is worth the money in it self. If you don't have decks, just use it as a painting...
Somehow my divshare made this file into a video, but I can't be arsed to change it...
tisdag 26 februari 2008
I love love, and I love this song. So why not...
Amazingly, Darlene Love, a superb vocalist, hasn't had much of a track record as a solo singer, at least not in terms of hits. Love was a founding member of the Blossoms in 1957. They did several sessions and were resident singers on the television show Shindig. Love sang lead vocals on "He's a Rebel," which was credited to the Crystals, and "Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah," which was issued as Bob B. Soxx and the Bluejeans. She cut six singles for Spector's Phillies label, with "Wait Till My Bobby Gets Back Home" the most successful.
When I was young I used to hate the Cure. Mostly because of my friends Per and Anders who listen to them all the time. Now that I'm a bit older I do understand what all the fuzz was all about. But I woundn't say everything is good but here are two tracks from the same album. The blood and Sinking.
måndag 25 februari 2008
fredag 22 februari 2008
onsdag 20 februari 2008
I'm currently working in mexico, and as everything else over here the internet is really slow, so my planned divshare files will probably be a little less frequent. So enjoy this great track for now, and then I will try to resolv my internet problems. I might even have to go to starbucks just to upload.
tisdag 19 februari 2008
Here's a track i found the other day and strange enough it's a simply red track. A remix, but still. This just proves that good stuff can be found anywhere. So this one is a bit disco, a bit house, a bit cheesy but always makes me glad. And it's 320 quality so enjoy it loud. Great hair by the way
Simply red, come to my aid, survival mix, heavy heavy dub mix....
fredag 15 februari 2008
This track is concidered to be one of the first disco songs ever. I think it's far more than that. Anhow, this was made in 1971 and sounds just as fresh today.
In 1971 Mike Steiphenson grafted an arrangement for guitars and keyboards onto the Ocora recording for Barclay Records, and the result was Burundi Black, a seven inch that sold more than 125,000 copies and made the British best-seller charts. In 1978, Barclay released a twelve inch version.
In 1981, the track was re-released on Barclay and Cachalot records. This time, Rusty Egan, drummer with the new romantic band Visage, and a French record producer named Jean-Philippe Iliesco recorded a new pop arrangement over the Burundian drummers.
Mike Steiphenson holds the Burundi Black copyright. Adam and the Ants, Bow Wow Wow, and several other bands have made hits with the Burundi beat as a rhythmic foundation. The Burundian drummers who made the original recording are not sharing in the profits. In any case, as the Jamaican recording industry and the Amen break cases have shown, obtaining copyright for a rhythm is a difficult proposition.
Here's a great track from 80*s band Propaganda. The track is called Echoes of frozen faces and this is the 12 inch version. Super track that will be played tonight.
Synth-pop band Propaganda was formed in Germany by vocalist Claudia Brücken and drummer Michael Mertens plus keyboard players Susanne Freytag and Ralf Dorper. The quartet moved to England in 1983 and signed to ZTT Records, also the home of Frankie Goes to Hollywood and Art of Noise. Propaganda's first single, "Dr. Mabuse," reached the British Top 30 in early 1984, but the band's second release was more than a year in coming. Finally, in May 1985, "Duel" trumped the debut single by hitting number 21.
torsdag 14 februari 2008
Here's a great track I bought on Sunday. It's from the soundtrack 3 O'clock high with Tangerine dream from 1987. Some serious techno not techno style music and so progressive. This will be played friday for sure, maybe with Alan vega's Saturn drive... I just wished it would be a bit longer, but that could be arranged.
onsdag 13 februari 2008
Guru Guru was both related to the free jazz music scene and both worked with Swiss female pianist Irène Schweizer. Neumeier already won several Jazz-prizes. The band was influenced by rock music, such as Jimi Hendrix, Frank Zappa, The Who, Rolling Stones and early Pink Floyd.
Among the band's friends were Amon Düül, Can and Xhol Caravan, with whom Guru Guru played jam sessions.
Frontman Mani Neumeier (drummer and singer) has an original style of playing drums, and is known in the European jazz rock-scene. He was also involved in numerous other projects, as Tiere der Nacht, The Psychedelic Monsterjam, Damo Suzuki's Network, Globe Unity Orchestra, Harmonia, Voodootrance & Lover 303.
Popol Vuh was a German Krautrock band founded by pianist and keyboardist Florian Fricke in 1970 together with Holger Trulzsch (percussion) and Frank Fiedler (electronics). Other important members during the next two decades included Daniel Fichelscher and Robert Eliscu...
tisdag 12 februari 2008
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fredag 8 februari 2008
torsdag 7 februari 2008
onsdag 6 februari 2008
Nice track here that is on the "Læder" mixtape. Snowy red: euroshima... And tonight there will be another mixtape session at my house and todays theme is "shiny leather" which you will get the result of in a while...
Oh, and great video by the way. There are plenty of these videos on youtube so you will probably see more of this stuff soon.
tisdag 5 februari 2008
I found a great Newbeat mix by a guy called Dj Micha. This is the stuff that really gets me going these days. It's called club zero Mix from 1989 and it's dark, slow heavy and everything you always wanted.
Stream it here
Thanks for a great mix! DJ MICHA