Sunday, December 20, 2009

Smacking


This guy manages to exactly recreate The Prodigy's "Smack My Bitch Up" on Ableton, 14 years after its release. How cool is that? Not at all. Still, sample-based music is very fun to make (and watch) as this video can prove.

Friday, December 18, 2009

Jarmusch says:

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Restless Slackers

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Ok, so as of today i am officialy unemployed, since the city guide i was writing for closed shop for good. Maybe it's time to just concentrate on my music and finish some of the tunes that i've stashed. The monies i got should last for a while (if i don't spend it all on vinyl), so i sure hope this beautiful country doesn't go bankrupt in the meantime. Not until i've finished my new album anyway.

the tune i've been humming today, on my way to get the news straight from the suit's mouth:

Mali Music - 4am At Toumanis

The Message (2)

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One good thing about moving houses is digging up old stuff, i guess. Here's a great album by The Black Dog with Black Sifichi back from 2002 that i had almost forgotten about. Just don't play it in the background cause it may sound boring. Listen to what the man has to say, and you will also get the fantastic soundscapes of The Black Dog as a mind-bending bonus.

The Black Dog And Black Sifichi - Unsavoury Products

Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Tuesday, December 8, 2009

La Maison

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And since we're on the Macro note, this mix by Finn Johannsen is seriously flawless. Not many 3-hours can do it for me. Great job!

Saturday, December 5, 2009

Malformations

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364 days ago, a moronic, evil being dressed in a blue suit murdered a 15-year old kid for no reason at all. This resulted to a week of total chaos in the streets of Athens. I have a feeling that tonight, the pitiful, malformed souls with authority will find out that many young people are still very angry about this.

Thursday, December 3, 2009

The Wicker Farm


Pretty certain i've been labelled as a BC fanboy by now, but i seriously couldn't resist posting this. A great vid.

A Quick One...

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...just to say that the new album by Portishead's Geoff Barrow is really good. And since his name always reminds me of the great Geof Darrow, here is some art from the man - only a small example of his highly detailed and mind-bending style.