Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Sun Sun Sun

Official 'Sun' video.

Also, can someone please bring Caribou to play in Athens, he's on a massive tour and has on sale the most awesome tour LP ever:
''In September 2009 the Flaming Lips invited us to play at the All Tomorrow's Parties New York festival which they curated. We wanted this show to be something special so we put together a 15 piece band including all of our friends - Kieran Hebden (Four Tet), Luke Lalonde (Born Ruffians), Koushik Ghosh (Koushik), a five piece horn section, four drummers and Sun Ra arkestra band leader and legend Marshall Allen.

The show was something of a dream come true for us and so we're very excited to announce that we will be releasing a limited double vinyl recording of the concert. The album will also come with a DVD video recording of the show. This record will only be available at our upcoming concerts and not available in stores.''


Wonderful psychedelic obscurities from Office Naps

A Town Called Panic

Best friend forever and long-time collaborator Mickey Dreamkey won't be joining me for his live visual set at the upcoming thessaloniki gig, with the simplistic-yet-effective excuse that he is "busy". For a moment there i just thought of smacking his face, but forgiveness comes easier when he tips me on stuff like this.

Thursday, August 26, 2010

Nachtdigital 13

Beautiful analog photography from this blog...

More sets of truly amazing photos here, here, here and here.

Recommended listening: Luke Abbott's new album, out now on Border Community. He played the best live set of the festival, caught me really unaware with a highly personal sound that felt oh-so-right outdoors. Thank you ND people, we had the most amazing time.

Monday, August 16, 2010

You Put A Smell On Me

Been obsessively listening to Matthew Dear's Black City for almost a month now, each and every day. Very well-crafted and highly addictive. On my top five albums for this year, without much thought.

Monday, August 2, 2010

ND 13

My friends are still in Berlin, and they have all our cameras with them, so i can't really post any pictures or get into much detail about the majestic experience that is NachtDigital (yet).

What i can do right now is pronounce James Holden as the greatest dj in the universe.