26/05/2024

Two Dollar Guitar - Burned And Buried

Two Dollar Guitar formed in 1992 in Hoboken, New Jersey Dave Motamed, David Newgarden, Janet Wygal, Luc Suèr, Steve Shelley, Tim Foljahn

25/05/2024

Poppycock - Magic Mothers THE FALL

wonderfully varied album Poppycock are a predominantly female collective built around Una Baines, a founder member of both The Fall and Blue Orchids and a symbolic godmother to many Mancunian artists and musicians who cite her as an aspiration and mentor. Following low-key releases over the years, finally a full-length album on Tiny Global, and it is utterly spellbinding. (If that’s the right word thinks Ged Babey realising it alludes to witchcraft…) I am a feminista I am your sacred sister No means no Stop Means stop (Magic Mothers)

01/05/2024

SONORA PINE - Linda Jo BY Tara Jane O'Neil

I always followed, I liked, I listened to Tara Jane O'Neil, solo and in Rodan and Sonora Pine. the first solo album Peregrine 2000, one of the good albums You Sound, Reflect 2004, and MED 2012. This year she released one of her best albums The Cool Cloud of Okayness 2024

27/04/2024

Santuário da Penha Guimarães 27-04 2024 RUI, CILA, LUNA

turistas espenhois em visita ao ERMITÃO, Santuário da Penha, Hoje fui almoçar num lugar exótico... é muito lindo... o ERMITÃO, de Santo Elias "antigamente criavam gado aqui...) e (ELIAS o gato come carne!!!, ele come tudo e não paga .!!) e fica numa caverna, com todas essas pedras enormes que a natureza descobriu, e a comida é saborosa e “caseira” o forno a lenha fica embaixo de uma pedra enorme.... como você pode. veja na foto do cardápio É bem sugestivo (tem punheta de bacalhau) e você não paga muito.... um lugar para descobrir no Santuário da Penha, onde acontecia o comício da Penha, mas como gente morreu em um acidente, não foi mais mantido

25/04/2024

Gary Wilson Electric Endicott 2010 Where Are The Flowers?

Gary Wilson Electric Endicott, 2010

English Teacher This Could Be Texas song Broken Biscuits 2024

English Teacher storms through with debut record This Could Be Texas, an essential piece in the ever-growing puzzle of the British music scene When you start the month and your major concern is a fear of flights and a font change on Word Online, life must be good. It is better when soundtracked by the quality artists of the last few years – the boom of UK music culture must be noted. Either the trees are dropping the signal intermittently or some shock radio static precedes the calm wash of acoustic beauty on opener Albatross. Wonderful stuff is expected of English Teacher. They have stacked the odds in their favour and paid back their self-confidence and the tall order of their own work on This Must Be Texas, a debut to die for. Perfect music for the Hull to King’s Cross train as the sun starts to reflect in your glasses and blind you. Spring is here in its full form, and so too is This Must Be Texas and all its simmering instrumental joy. Lily Fontaine delights with inspired, punchy lyrics. Nothing less should be expected. The World’s Biggest Paving Slab still lingers as a damnation of those who walk across people, they think nothing of. Look how they grow. English Teacher depended on some exceptional singles, with Nearly Daffodils and the roaring perfections of Albert Road still fresh in the mind. The world’s smallest celebrity, as Fontaine describes it on Broken Biscuits, hits out at the lack of change despite the cultural cling-on.

03/04/2024

No Trend - Your Love

That's what I like.... No Trend formed 1982, Ashton, MD, United States Disbanded 1988 Post-Punk, Art Punk, Experimental Rock No Trend formed in 1982. High-school friends Jeff Mentges (vocals) and Bob Strasser (bass), had started an art-punk band called The Aborted, and soon after meeting and adding guitarist Frank Price to the line-up, they changed their name to No Trend. The slow/sludgy early sound of the band was often compared to Flipper, and was at odds with the fast hardcore punk bands of their city's scene at the time. After drummer Michael Salkind, the band recorded their first demo tape in early 1983. Three songs from that tape (which was released in full as part of 1995 adding's The Early Months) were released later in 1983 as the band's first 7'' single Teen Love (with the cover being drawn by Price). Strasser left for college after the single's release, and Salkind departed as well. Both were soon replaced by two Virginian musicians - Jack Anderson on bass, and Greg Miller on drums. This line-up recorded and released the band's debut LP Too Many Humans....., an album that proved to be vastly influential for repetitive/dirgey punk bands that followed the next years.

Lou Reed's "All-Star Band" of Comics - Walk on the Wild Side - Night of ...

Lou Reed, promised the most asskicking All-Star band in history, expresses dismay upon seeing Adam Sandler, Jack Black, Dana Carvey, Jimmy Fallon and Conan O'Brien, but then blows the roof off the Roseland Ballroom at the first "Night of Too Many Stars" benefit for Autism research and services, taped February 27, 2003.

28/03/2024

Yoshiwara Oiran Dochu - 1004 花魁遊行 JAPAN

This is an Oiran Dochu, a performance that re-enacts how the Oiran, or Japanese courtesans, used to parade around the red-light district as part of a procession. These displays were used to greet important customers upon their arrival Yoshiwara Oiran Dochu procession

Frank Zappa - 1988 05 14 - Auditorio de la Casa de Campo, Madrid, Spain - EU ESTIVE AQUI NESTE DIA

on this day I was here FZ, Ike Willis, Mike Keneally, Scott Thunes, Chad Wackerman, Ed Mann, Bobby Martin, Bruce Fowler, Walt Fowler, Paul Carman, Albert Wing, Kurt McGettrick. 1988 05 14 - Auditorio de la Casa de Campo, Madrid, Spain The Black Page Packard Goose Medley Alien Orifice I Ain't Got No Heart Love Of My Life Cruising For Burgers Find Her Finer Big Swifty (q: Feelings, Four) More Trouble Every Day Penguin In Bondage Hot Plate Heaven At The Green Hotel Cosmik Debris Inca Roads Sharleena Bamboozled By Love Bolero Crew Slut The Closer You Are (Lewis/Robinson) Johnny Darling (Statton/Statton) Let's Make The Water Turn Black Harry, You're A Beast The Orange County Lumber Truck Medley Oh No Theme From Lumpy Gravy (aka Duodenum) Whipping Post (Allman) "Nos lo vamos a pasar de puta madre". It was Frank Zappa's greeting to the respectable person as soon as he took the stage at the Madrid Rockódromo. Then, two hours of music, two hours of a lesson in eclecticism, composition, and a lot of irony and acidity. This time, the destination of Zappa's satire was Iberia. Throughout his entire performance he did not stop insulting the first Spanish airline. The reason? The organization's version is that, apparently, Zappa found in Bilbao that there were more passengers than seats on his flight to Madrid, and he had to make the trip by car. Upon arriving, he asked for a change in the order of performance - initially he had to close the night -, claiming that he was tired, and so, every time the lyrics of his songs criticized something, that is, almost always, he closed the phrase with a "like Iberia". The Zappa-Iberia anecdote ran throughout a concert of a high level of quality, both musically and in the provocative aspect; facet that reached its culmination with the group's farewell: all the musicians horning the audience, with both hands! [...] The night had begun, with great punctuality, at 9:30 p.m. At that time, while more than half of the approximately 25,000 spectators who attended were stuck in the usual M30-Extremadura highway traffic jam, Mermelada came on stage. His performance was very similar to what Burning offered, more than three hours later. [...] When Burning began his performance it was already around two in the morning and it was intensely cold in the Casa de Campo. Despite this, more than half of the attendees stayed until the end. La primera actuación en España de Frank Zappa & The Mothers Of Invention fue en Badalona, el 4 de octubre de 1974

26/03/2024

MNOZIL BRASS | Wilhelm (William) Tell Overture

Das Gelbe vom Ei - La Crème de la Crème (Official Music Video) G2film & JH Pictures Production – directed by Jasmina Hajdany filmed @ Kubinsaal Schärding 2008

Leo P meets our CONTRABASS SAXOPHONE

Leo Pellegrino plays the monstrous Benedikt Eppelsheim Contrabass Saxophone in the Sax.co.uk London Store.

Sopranino & Basst Saxophone Due

Welcome to Sax.co - The World’s Leading Saxophone Specialist. A family-run business with over 25 years of experience. Our staff are players, teachers, technicians, and repairers so no one is better equipped to help you enjoy a great sax life.

"CONTRABASS SAXOPHONE" (really BIG)

Raffaele, who allowed me to record this video !! is one of the best Sax shops in the world, and you can buy anything through

Horror Musical Instrument - The Apprehension Engine

The Apprehension Engine has come a long way since this video was made. Here's a performance from 2020: • Apprehension in Quarantine I made a sketch of an idea I had for an instrument that specialized in creating horrifying sounds, and together with my good friend Tony Duggan-Smith, we designed it and Tony built it for me, with the intention of using it in horror film score. It consists of metal rulers which are bowed, a hurdy gurdy like mechanism, a string played with an attached Ebow, a spring reverb (also played with an ebow) some long metal rods, magnets, trash, anything at all to get unnerving sounds.

andrew huang - Water in an antique clarinet, and other fun sounds!

Power House Selmer Mk VI bass saxophone -Mark Davey playing Power House on a mid-1980s Selmer Mark 6 bass saxophone.

Vasilios Karapanos- Contrabass Saxophone -There aren't that many contrabass saxophones in the world, very few exist today. About 6 feet tall and only weighing about 35 pounds

There aren't that many contrabass saxophones in the world, very few exist today. About 6 feet tall and only weighing about 35 pounds

Attilio Berni plays the giant J'Elle Stainer sub-contrabass saxophone

Attilio Berni plays Cute with the giant J'Elle Stainer sub-contrabass saxophone. Cute Moonlight big band band conductor: Augusto Travagliati drummer: Alfredo Romeo

Revelator (Will Bernard, Bill Laswell, Peter Apfelbaum, Aaron Johnston) ...

Will Bernard - guitar, lap steel Bill Laswell - bass Peter Apfelbaum - saxophones, flutes, organ, piano Aaron Johnston - drums

CP Unit, Before The Heat Death - Quantized - Brandon Seabrook · Tim Dahl · Weasel Walter · Chris Pitsiokos

CP Unit, Before The Heat Death (Clean Feed) Ever since extreme-music overlord Weasel Walter took Chris Pitsiokos under his wing in 2012, the saxophone wunderkind has been a major player in Brooklyn’s DIY jazz and experimental underground. In late 2016, Pitsiokos and his Quartet offered up One Eye with a Microscope Attached quickly followed by the early 2017 release of his CP Unit’s Before the Heat Death, a godhead assault that channels the downtown free-improv mayhem of John Zorn, the ecstatic groove throw downs of electric-era Ornette Coleman and the proggy precision of Walter’s Flying Luttenbachers. Fittingly, it’s Walter and his Lydia Lunch Retrovirus bandmate, bassist Tim Dahl on drums and bass respectively, holding the chaotic fort, giving free rein to Pitsiokos and guitarist Brandon Seabrook to go batshit-crazy with a brutal punk-jazz monolith that calls to mind no wavers like James Chance and the Contortions, DNA and John Lurie and The Lounge Lizards.

Crown Larks Population 2017 - Stranger (Unce Down to the New Store)

7) Crown Larks, Population (Already Dead) From the land of post-rock, Shellac, Thrill Jockey Records and The Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians (AACM), comes yet another group making a holy racket, albeit under-the-radar, in Chicago’s underground scene and beyond: Crown Larks. On Population, the follow-up to 2015’s Blood Dancer, the adventurous, free spirited noisemakers in Crown Larks form a psychedelic rainbow colored by soaring alto sax and flute-driving pirouettes, tribal-centric polyrhythmic action and organ-drenched post-jazz freak-outs on a Kraut-rock bender and topped by the cathartic wails of vocalists Jack Bouboushian and Lorraine Bailey. 10 Best Experimental Albums of 2017 So Far From interstellar rock to electro-samba to psych-jazz spirituality and back 10)Colin Stetson, All This I Do For Glory (50HZ) 9-Dálava, The Book of Transfigurations (Songlines) 8-Bearthoven, Trios (Cantaloupe Music) 7) Crown Larks, Population (Already Dead) 6- Mako Sica, Invocation (Feeding Tube) 5) Conformity Contortion (Sara Lund and Thollem Electric), Perception Management (Personal Archives) 4-Bill Brovold & Jamie Saft, Serenity Knolls (RareNoise) 3) Arto Lindsay, Cuidado Madame (Northern Spy) 2-Joshua Abrams & Natural Information Society, Simultonality (Eremite) 1) CP Unit, Before The Heat Death (Clean Feed) Ever since extreme-music overlord Weasel Walter took Chris Pitsiokos under his wing in 2012, the saxophone wunderkind has been a major player in Brooklyn’s DIY jazz and experimental underground. In late 2016, Pitsiokos and his Quartet offered up One Eye with a Microscope Attached quickly followed by the early 2017 release of his CP Unit’s Before the Heat Death, a godhead assault that channels the downtown free-improv mayhem of John Zorn, the ecstatic groove throw downs of electric-era Ornette Coleman and the proggy precision of Walter’s Flying Luttenbachers. Fittingly, it’s Walter and his Lydia Lunch Retrovirus bandmate, bassist Tim Dahl on drums and bass respectively, holding the chaotic fort, giving free rein to Pitsiokos and guitarist Brandon Seabrook to go batshit-crazy with a brutal punk-jazz monolith that calls to mind no wavers like James Chance and the Contortions, DNA and John Lurie and The Lounge Lizards.

20/03/2024

Necessaries- State-Of-The Art - Jesse Chamberlain: Drums from PERE UBU

NYC power pop / new wave band, formed 1978, New York. Ed Tomney: Guitars, vocals, songwriter Randy Gun: Guitars, vocals, songwriter (left 11/79) Chris Spedding: Vocals, lead guitar, keyboards (replaced Randy Gun, left late 1980) Ernie Brooks: Bass Jesse Chamberlain: Drums from PERE UBU Arthur Russell: Vocals, keyboards, cello (replaced Chris Spedding, mid-1981). State-Of-The Art · The Necessaries Event Horizon 1982 Sire Recording Designer: Andrew Elias Cello, Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals: Arthur Russell Producer: Bob Blank Guitar, Synthesizer, Vocals: Ed Tomney Bass, Vocals: Ernie Brooks Coordinator: Jeff "Treader" Osborne Drums, Percussion: Jesse Chamberlain Graphic Designer: Paul Waldman Front Cover Photographer: Paul Waldman Coordinator: Steve Baker Manager: Steve Ralbovsky Writer: Ed Tomney

The Necessaries - Big Sky [1981] Jesse Chamberlain drummer of PERE UBU

NYC power pop / new wave band, formed 1978, New York. Ed Tomney: Guitars, vocals, songwriter Randy Gun: Guitars, vocals, songwriter (left 11/79) Chris Spedding: Vocals, lead guitar, keyboards (replaced Randy Gun, left late 1980) Ernie Brooks: Bass Jesse Chamberlain: Drums Arthur Russell: Vocals, keyboards, cello (replaced Chris Spedding, mid-1981).

16/03/2024

Nadine Shah - Food For Fuel 2024

Apocalyptic, "cyber", hieratic, urban, tribal, mental but at the same time visceral is "Filthy Underneath" by Nadine Shah Always the author of excellent works including "Love Your Dum And Mad" (2013), "Fast Food" (2015) and "Holiday Destination" (2017), Nadine Shah, with "Filthy Underneath" (EMI), becomes ecumenical, abandoning the more rock and acoustic declinations that had given life to songs such as "Dreary Town", "The Devil", "To Be a Young Man", "Fool", "Evil" ... and making a definitive "cybernetic" upgrade, he exasperates his writing with apocalyptic, hieratic, urban, tribal, mental but at the same time visceral tones and rings a sequence of lightning-fast, nitric and nitrent compositions that explode and impose themselves right from the splendid opening entrusted to "Even Light", in which the singing is exalted on a perfect rhythmic base, sealed by abrasive and incisive instrumental openings ... "Tame the favourite child/Overweight on praise/Go and throw him to the wild/Leave him there to graze". This is followed by the swirling "Topless Mother", with the sublime refrain "Sinatra, Viagra, iguana/Sharia, Diana, samosa/Varuca, Tequila, banana/Alaska, Medusa, gorilla". "Food for Fuel" is sinuous and fluctuating in the assonances of words and in the preciousness of electronics where "Human nature petty feud". The pace of "You Drive, I Shoot" is pure electro-rock steeped in industrial, which hides Kraut references of Kraftwerk matrix between the grooves. "Keeping Score" is another gem in its quiet invocation and exact melody: "The world is on fire/You are a lifeline/There's nothing that's painless/Look how I am trying/The world is on fire/Take one more good time/Contagious and nameless/Seeking the divine/The world is on fire/You are a lifeline". "Sad Lads Anonymous" is rhythmic and deconstructive for a spoken word in which "Or what's worse/Dying before your time or living beyond it".

LinkWithin

Related Posts with Thumbnails