sábado, fevereiro 24, 2007


'got a date with Richie Hawtin'

I'm heading off for a night at the fuse in Brussels. A combination of a couple of M_nus label acts playin' live supported by lessismore. I'm specially keen in hearing Troy Pierce play. But that's for later on, as a warm-up some other great minimal/tech house. I've been listening and shaking to these tracks for quite a while now and I still ain't gettin' bored.

Hammer of Thor – Riton
Moan (vocal version) – Trentemøller feat. Ane Trolle
Monsteer (Riton Remix)Lindstrøm

segunda-feira, fevereiro 19, 2007

domingo, fevereiro 18, 2007

quinta-feira, fevereiro 15, 2007

some new toy

segunda-feira, fevereiro 12, 2007


Haven't I seen this one somewhere before?... Yes indeed, it's the same one as the post from 28th of November, last year, but... only different.
It's a mix and match from that video with an Artic Monkeys song for the Rhythms del Mundo album full of pop musicians being concerned about global warming. So check this Artic Monkeys in Cuba with an in between stop in Mumbai again.

I'm also rediscovering Feist. I kind of lost track of her but after listening to Broken Social Scene I started to listen back to her last solo album that I have Let It Die which is from 2004 and really great. One favourite is this song One Evening. Nice video.

domingo, fevereiro 04, 2007

Des choses que j'aime bien
Eu Gosto destas coisas

Foutaises 1989

Whether you give or Don’t Give a Doggone About It, long live james brown.

Cold War Kids - Now Hang Me Up to Dry

Jamie T – Salvador

Noisettes - Sister Rosetta

I don't know what this song was about but I reckon it's about Sister Rosetta Tharpe. Just watch and look for the connection. If you think, haven't I seen this somewhere before, you're probably right. This clip is featured in the French Movie Amélie Poulain, on one of the videotapes she posts to the old man.

Part of a show by the amazing Collins Kids backed by Tex Ritter. They were really hot back in the fifties but stopped recording in the mid sixties. I wonder what they're up to these days... at a Saturday grill in the Ozark Mountains?