26/07/2020

Colin Newman ‎– It Seems (1988)

Secret Love

Balcony Scene

Sussan Deyhim & Richard Horowitz - Agonethi

soft machine Tale of Taliesin

Gong - Witch's Song, I Am Your Pussy (1973)

Cardiacs - RES Music Video [w/ The Seaside 2015 Reissue Audio] [720]





Sadly, Tim passed away on 21 July 2020

I Am A Tree - by Mothergong

Carousel

OLD TIME RELIJUN "I Know I'm Alive" Official Video

OLD TIME RELIJUN "I Know I'm Alive" Official Video

Midlife Crisis

Soft Shock

The Walkmen - Heaven (Official Music Video)

Cotton Crown

Then Comes Dudley

SHELLAC dog and pony show 1994

Unwound - Excuse Me...But Pardon...My French

25/07/2020

Tainted Love / Where Did Our Love Go (Extended Version)

Someone Somewhere (In Summertime)

Someone Somewhere (In Summertime)

Edwyn Collins - A Girl Like You (Official Video)

Orange Juice - Rip It Up (Official Video)

Thurston Moore - Benediction





HAPPY BIRTHDAY

Thurston Moore - Cindy (Rotten Tanx)

Thurston Moore - Cindy (Rotten Tanx)

Thurston Moore - Queen Bee And Her Pals

TEST DEPT. - Pulsations 2 (Human Run) - 1983

Psychic TV - Godzilla V The Space Mutants

PSYCHIC TV - I.C WATER [Re-Edited Video Version] HQ Sound.

PSYCHIC TV - I.C WATER [Re-Edited Video Version] HQ Sound.

WHAT IF THE 1000 HUNGRY COCKROACHES SEES SCORPION? SCORPION VS 1000 COCK...

Katie Jane Garside - Puppylove

hector zazou / katie jane garside - butterfly plaintif

hector zazou / katie jane garside - butterfly plaintif

The Kindness of Strangers

Nothing the Night Can't Change

22/07/2020

Pink Floyd Reunion - Time



So you run and you run to catch up with the sun but it's sinking ... ' ~ Pink Floyd

Bonewhiteglory (feat. Current 93, Rose McDowall)

Elvis in Space

Dave Formula & Howard Devoto "Via Sacra"

Momus - The Homosexual

Ben Vaughn & Kim Fowley-"Livin' on the Edge (Of the Underworld)" from "K...

Anton Fier - Our Completion

The Prettiest Star - David Bowie & Marc Bolan





Released otd in 1972 The incredible 7th album from T.Rex Full of Bolanic wisdom, warmth and charm . Amazing production by Toni Visconti. With one of THE most iconic album covers ever. Oh and Tony took the photos not Ringo Starr
Buoyed by two U.K. number one singles in "Telegram Sam" and "Metal Guru," The Slider became T. Rex's most popular record on both sides of the Atlantic, despite the fact that it produced no hits in the U.S. The Slider essentially replicates all the virtues of Electric Warrior, crammed with effortless hooks and trashy fun. All of Bolan's signatures are here -- mystical folk-tinged ballads, overt sexual come-ons crooned over sleazy, bopping boogies, loopy nonsense poetry, and a mastery of the three-minute pop song form. The main difference is that the trippy mix of Electric Warrior is replaced by a fuller, more immediate-sounding production. Bolan's guitar has a harder bite, the backing choruses are more up-front, and the arrangements are thicker-sounding, even introducing a string section on some cuts (both ballads and rockers).
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I Heard It Through the Grapevine

Live to Tell

Arto Lindsay O Nome Dela.mpg

Arto Lindsay O Nome Dela.mpg

Arto Lindsay - Habite em mim

Ambitious Lovers - Copy Me





Ambitious Lovers were a musical duo composed of guitarist/singer Arto Lindsay and keyboardist Peter Scherer, active from the mid-1980s to the early 1990s. Their music incorporated elements from Brazilian music and funk. Despite strong reviews from critics for their three albums, Ambitious Lovers found little success with mainstream audiences
Lindsay had earlier been active with DNA, a seminal group in New York City's noisy no wave music scene.
With Ambitious Lovers, however, Lindsay would reduce the abrasive qualities in his music (apart from his own distinctive, untrained guitar mangling), and increase the presence of standard pop music elements. Notable was a strong influence from Brazilian music and funk, with Lindsay sometimes singing in Portuguese.
Envy (1984) was the first of a projected series of albums inspired by the seven deadly sins, though Ambitious Lovers recorded only Greed (1988) and Lust (1991) before disbanding.

Peter Scherer – Ondulata (Very Neon Pet, 1994)





Peter Scherer is a composer, producer, keyboard and guitar player based in Zürich, Switzerland. Recent activities include predominantly working as a film music composer, arranger and an occasional mixer of music for CD's. In addition, Peter Scherer is currently teaching at Bern University of the Arts in the department of Music and Media Art.
Ambitious Lovers were a musical duo composed of guitarist/singer Arto Lindsay and keyboardist Peter Scherer, active from the mid-1980s to the early 1990s. Their music incorporated elements from Brazilian music and funk. Despite strong reviews from critics for their three albums, Ambitious Lovers found little success with mainstream audiences
Lindsay had earlier been active with DNA, a seminal group in New York City's noisy no wave music scene.
With Ambitious Lovers, however, Lindsay would reduce the abrasive qualities in his music (apart from his own distinctive, untrained guitar mangling), and increase the presence of standard pop music elements. Notable was a strong influence from Brazilian music and funk, with Lindsay sometimes singing in Portuguese.
Envy (1984) was the first of a projected series of albums inspired by the seven deadly sins, though Ambitious Lovers recorded only Greed (1988) and Lust (1991) before disbanding.
Most of their albums featured appearances from many prominent New York-based musicians, including guitarists Marc Ribot, Vernon Reid and Bill Frisell; Brazilian music legend Caetano Veloso; percussionists Nana Vasconcelos and Joey Baron; bassist Melvin Gibbs; and Nile Rodgers.
Their legacy helped promote the modernization and globalization of world music under a singular brand and helped forward careers of many performers, who have since recorded for record labels like Nonesuch Records and Luaka Bop.
Their song "It Only Has to Happen Once" was featured in the 1990 film Wild Orchid

Peter Scherer "Camera X"

Arto Lindsay - Tone

Rocky

Edgar

21/07/2020

Entrevista a Diamanda Galás (traducción)

DIAMANDA GALÁS | My Love Will Never Die

DIAMANDA GALÁS | My Love Will Never Die

Camouflage - Yellow Magic Orchestra

Technopolis - YMO

Sakamoto + Lindsay - It Only Has To Happen Once (Live at NYC)

Charlotte

Yes Know

Guest+Host=Ghost

FutureShock

Jewish Princess

Imagine you're a dolphin - Stell dir vor, du bist ein delphin

Ikue Mori and Zeena Parkins / sound. at REDCAT pt. 1/4

Heiner Goebbels & Alfred Harth / Abbau Des Schiffes Oskawa Durch Die Man...

Arto Lindsay - Habite em mim





Y 7|JUNHO|2002
arto lindsay|música


É o americano mais brasileiro do planeta. E mais português também. Admirador de Pessoa, é um cantor suave de bossa-nova e outras sensualidades sonoras, feitas de experimentação e intuição. “Invoke” invoca a carne, a luz e a saudade. Arto vai estar em Coimbra no domingo.


arto lindsay
nas asas do desejo


É diferente, a música de Arto Lindsay, guitarrista com currículo feito nos Lounge Lizards e em quase tudo o que nasceu em Nova Iorque sob a égide “downtown”, mas que, a cada novo álbum editado a solo, tem vindo a despir a pele do conceptualista intelectual para se abandonar ao balanço das vagas da bossa-nova e de uma estranha mistura de doçura acre e delicada sensualidade.
Arto é hoje tão nova-iorquino como brasileiro e português. Produziu álbuns de Caetano Veloso, Carlinhos Brown, Gal Costa e Marisa Monte. É admirador de Tom Zé, dos Mestre Ambrósio e do movimento Tropicália, conhecendo a fundo a MPB (Música Popular Brasileira). Portugal também já o conhece, da direção artística do festival “Mergulho no Futuro”, que antecedeu a Expo’98. O regresso está marcado para domingo, dia 9, às 22h, em Coimbra, no Festival 10 de Junho.
“Invoke” sucede na sua discografia a solo a “Prize”, editado há 3 anos, e nele os ritmos brasileiros, a bossa-nova (é difícil não descortinar, na sua forma frágil mas luminosa de cantar, a presença tutelar de Tom Jobim e João Gilberto…) fundem-se com o groove e a eletrónica em aguarelas impressionistas.

Entre os convidados contam-se, do lado brasileiro, o guitarrista, cantor e seu amigo de longa data Vinicius Cantuária e elementos do grupo Nação Zumbi, enquanto do lado americano a ficha técnica regista os nomes de Peter Scherer, a banda de Baltimore, Avey Tare and Panda Bear (na orgia de ruídos e “loops” de “In the city that reads”, o tema mais desestabilizador de “Invoke”…), e, na produção, Melvin Gibbs, dos Rollins Band. Presença importante em “Invoke” é, ainda, a do clarinetista e teclista Stephen Barber, também responsável por uma parte dos arranjos.


intriga. Mas é Arto Lindsay, figura e voz franzinas capazes, no entanto, de infiltrar a música com subtis emanações do mesmo tipo de energia que alimentava as “sex machines” de James Brown e Marvin Gaye, que faz de “Invoke” um álbum com tanto de intrigante como de intriga. 

Talvez a explicação resida no facto de grande parte das vocalizações terem sido gravadas pelo cantor “fechado dentro de um armário”, em sua casa, como confessou ao Y. Intrigante começa por ser a frase que se destaca em letras capitais na capa: “I’m a man”. Mas aqui, o músico explica não se tratar de qualquer manifestação de machismo encapotado, mas de “um slogan do movimento negro contra a segregação”.
Arto Lindsay não tem, aliás, a melhor das impressões do seu país, um “país que, depois das últimas eleições, ficou dividido ao meio, onde se fala muito de liberdade mas depois não se age em conformidade”. Há uma raiva latente – “Invoke” é uma canção sobre o desespero, diz – que Arto já tentara exorcizar no final dos anos 70 quando, em Nova Iorque, integrou o movimento “no wave”, variante mais intelectualizada mas não menos explosiva do punk, enquanto elemento dos DNA. Mas mesmo aí a sua costela lusíada já se manifestara. “Nos DNA fiz uma letra em português a partir das primeiras frases de alguns poemas de Fernando Pessoa que depois remodelei. Gostava muito de uma frase que ficou assim, ‘aos deuses peço só meu gesto que destrói’. Costumava gritá-la de uma forma bem punk nos concertos (risos).

 Só tinha americano ouvindo, sem entender nada, e eu ali, sebastianista! (risos)”. Radicalismo e experimentação que este insuspeito profeta do Quinto Império não abandonou por completo: “De vez em quando ainda improviso tocando com o John Zorn, Ikue Mori ou Jim O’Rourke. E no próximo álbum, que será muito mais eletrónico, tenciono usar um ‘laptop’”.


luz. “Sebastianista” é o adjetivo que menos se esperaria ouvir da boca de um cidadão americano. Mas Arto, nunca é demais repeti-lo, confunde as expetativas e ilude os lugares-comuns. Depois dos EUA e do Brasil, Portugal é a sua terceira pátria. Arto conhece bem a luz de Lisboa. Uma luz que, se analisarmos com atenção, brilha em “Invoke”. Um dos temas do álbum, “Uma”, inspirou-se numa canção dos Ambitious Lovers (outro dos grupos que integrou), “More light”, que por sua vez se baseou nos últimos momentos de vida de Goethe, que “supostamente, na hora da morte, terá exclamado: ‘mais luz, mais luz’. Ninguém percebeu se ele queria mais luz ou se estava a ver mais luz”.

Da luz de Lisboa reteve o músico nova-iorquino outra nuance, nas sombras de um alfarrabista, “quando andava a passear pela parte alta” da cidade. “Entrei numa loja de antiguidades, na companhia de um amigo americano, à procura de exemplares originais da revista Orfeu. O cara da loja apresentou um par de óculos, garantindo serem os óculos do Fernando Pessoa. Claro que não comprámos nada!” (risos).

Óculos e visão. Carne e espiritualidade. “Invoke” informa esta dicotomia, sintetizando-a em momentos de eternidade nos quais está presente “uma tristeza, uma saudade sensual que resulta da relação com uma força maior”.
“O materialismo tem, por outro lado”, diz, “um aspeto luminoso que leva a outro tipo de pensamentos, a uma exibição da liberdade. 

Na música popular dos EUA, existe uma ligação entre gospel e a música profana em Marvin Gaye, Prince, Al Green… Eu sempre tive um certo receio, a minha formação não é religiosa. Embora o meu pai fosse missionário, rejeitei desde muito cedo a religião”. Apesar disso, confessa que “Invoke”, a canção, “também remete para os rituais do candomblé”.
Portugal e o Brasil voltam a atravessar-se no seu discurso, ainda para falar do espírito e da carne, mas também da linguagem e da incapacidade que sente em explicar as razões que o levam umas vezes a escrever em inglês e outras em português. “A Bíblia formalizou, de alguma forma, a língua inglesa moderna, através da chamada ‘King James version of the bible’, tradução comentada por um monarca do século XV, da mesma forma que Camões enformou o português. Quando me meto a escrever, muitas vezes essas imagens aparecem. 

Escrever em português é uma dificuldade que encaro como um desafio”.

Dessa vivencia dupla da língua nasceu a inovação, que chama o desespero, a magia, as sombras e a luz nos sons de uma bossa-nova “tão triste como o fado”, nascidos da absoluta assimilação da cultura luso-brasileira. “A sensualidade ligada à espiritualidade é um fenómeno brasileiro mas também muito ibérico. Portugal e Espanha têm uma forma de cristianismo muito particular, influenciada pelos romanos, é uma vivência extrema”.

“Invoke” – que é também o exercício industrial do tema “In the city that reads”, evocativo das descargas de uns This Heat (grupo que Arto conhece bem) – termina, porém, da forma mais leve, mas também mais ambígua, com “O beijo”, “uma música muito antiga, com uma letra cheia de delicadeza. A delicadeza que encontro no Brasil, algo que as canções americanas não têm – quando falam de sexualidade são em geral mais descaradas”.
Que é, finalmente, “Invoke”? Invocação de anjos ou de demónios? Arto Lindsay propõe um “claroescuro”, “sem auto-censura”, na tentativa de explicar essa oscilação de estados de espírito que é a mesma das ondas do mar. Ou será um “Pretty ugly”, título do álbum que Arto gravou de parceria co Peter Scherer, para a Made to Measure, em 1990? “É uma variação de um título de Thelonious Monk, ‘Ugly beauty’. ‘Pretty’ quer dizer não só ‘bonito’, como ‘bastante’”…


Frank Zappa perguntou uma vez numa das suas canções: “What’s the ugliest part of your body” (“qual é a parte mais feia do teu corpo?”). Depois de passar em revista a anatomia humana, a resposta veio, mortífera: “I know it’s your mind” (“sei que é a tua mente”). Arto ri-se: “Não sei se a perversidade é a parte mais feia do ser humano… Acho que é a violência, mas mesmo este termo é ambíguo, a violência é necessária, tem a ver com a vontade, ‘the will’. O diabo, se existe, está dentro da cabeça”. 

Fernado Magalhães

Peter Scherer & Arto Lindsay - excerpt from Pretty Ugly

David Cunningham - Circle

John Greaves & David Cunningham - The Same Way.

Peter Scherer "Camera X"

PETER SCHERER Planetful Of Mirrors

This Heat – "Rainforest"

João Gilberto - Coisa Mais Linda

Toda Menina Baiana

Tudo O Que Você Podia Ser

Ando Meio Desligado

Fora Da Ordem

Animal Collective - In the City That Reads [2002]

Material - American Songs

The Contortions - Dish It Out (1978)

DNA - Little Ants (1978)

Ambitious Lovers - Let's Be Adult

Lounge Lizards - 01-Incident on South Street

Lounge Lizards - 01-Incident on South Street

The Golden Palominos - Hot Seat

Ridiculously Deep (feat. Melvin Gibbs, Vinicius Cantuaria)

Ambitious Lovers - It Only Has to Happen Once

Arto Lindsay - Tangles (2017)

SEU PAI - Arto Lindsay | Cuidado Madame (2017)





it was with this formation that I saw Arto Lindsay live.



Arto Lindsay, Care Madame (Northern Spy) 2017



In 2014, no wave pioneer and samba skronker Arto Lindsay returned after a long hiatus with best-of and live document The Encyclopedia of Arto. Now 13 long years after his last record of all-new material (2004’s Salt), Lindsay is officially back. Caution Madame is, arguably, his quintessential statement of the Brazilian and American musical cross-section that he first began perfecting in his post-DNA band Ambitious Lovers and via his solo work. With his trademark rhythmic strings-scratching as lethal as ever, the delicately-voiced Lindsay leads a rock-solid group (including bassist Melvin Gibbs) through a sexy, noisy and thrilling ride into tribal percussive-thwacking electro-samba.

SEU PAI - Arto Lindsay | Cuidado Madame (2017)

Mako Sica - Invocation Preview (Feeding Tube Records)



Mako Sica, Invocation (Feeding Tube)



Chicago shred heroes Mako Sica have aced desert-rock and free jazz skronk over the last decade. For their latest mind-bender, the trio of guitarist / trumpeter Przemyslaw Krys Drazek, guitarist / vocalist Brent J Fuscaldo and percussionist Chaetan Newell have let loose with the chanting and bellowing ritual music of Invocation, their debut for Byron Coley’s Feeding Tube label. Bringing to mind the North African-inspired repetition of 75 Dollar Bill and the Greek inflections of Brooklyn own Rhyton, the slow-building hypnotic psych-rock otherworld Mako Sica creates is a rubberbandy and serpentine guitar lick-fest.

Joshua Abrams & Natural Information Society - Maroon Dune



Joshua Abrams & Natural Information Society, Simultonality (Eremite)



Composer and bass ace Joshua Abrams’ has been pulling the strings, literally, in Chicago’s post-rock, jazz and free-improv scenes for the last fifteen-odd years. He’s played with everyone from the late great Fred Anderson and Matana Roberts plus he cofounded country-bent minimalists Town and Country. But it’s in his own Natural Information Society—the rotating door ensemble of avant-heads of which he pilots—where Abrams has made his experimental star-making turn. That came through in flying colors on 2015’s Magnetoception and continues full-throttle on the dizzying and exhilarating pulsations bursting from the cosmically groovy seams of Simultonality. With Tortoise’y futuristic electro-prog throbs mixed with Alice Coltrane-esque psych-jazz spirituality and dripping with North African-inspired string-bending psychedelia (check out Abrams’ magical wielding of the guimbri, a three stringed lute from Morocco commonly used by Gnawan musicians), Abrams & Natural Information Society move body, mind and spirit on Simultonality.



Crown Larks - React [Official Music Video]



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.


Crown Larks - React [Official Music Video]



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.


20/07/2020

Grupo Corpo - Onqotô | 2005: Pesar do Mundo

Grupo Corpo - Triz | 2013

"Céu na Boca" -- Quasar Cia de Dança no Auditório Ibirapuera

VAVA

Pina Bausch - Extract from the Rite of Spring

Half Life - Sharon Eyal - Staatsballett Berlin

Sidi Larbi Chekaoui & Antony Gormley - Sutra

Grant Green - Lazy Afternoon



Personnel: Grant Green (g) Larry Young (org) Bobby Hutcherson (vib) Elvin Jones (ds)

Apache Sun - The Rain That Never Came [Official Music Video]

Broken Branches

Friedman & Liebezeit: Live at Festsaal Kreuzberg (Trailer to full-length...

Jaki Liebezeit & Holger Mertin & Joseph Suchy "AKŞAK" live @ Stadtgarten...

Jaki Liebezeit & Drums Off Chaos - Velociraptor (Live)

Drums Off Chaos & Jens-Uwe Beyer - First Half

Staring at the Sun

CLUB OFF CHAOS - 565 F.S. (5)



Club off Chaos was founded 1994 by Jaki Liebezeit (of CAN-fame),Boris Polonski and Dirk Herweg in Cologne/Germany.But by the way we consider ourselves as an european band already!


Allen Ginsberg - Father Death Blues

Ballad of the Lights - Arthur Russel and Allen Ginsberg

Arthur Russell - Lucky Cloud

Burnt Friedman & The Nu Dub Players - Riddiculation Riddim

throbbing gristle-catholic sex

Ubzub - Many Perspectives



Ubzub, a San Francisco band, during the nineties released such albums as Alien Manna For Sleeping Monkeys (Electromotive, 1996), and Triple Alien Threat (1998), both hybrids of childish, mocking, dadaist attitudes in the vein of Residents.


New Puritan (Peel Session 24/9/80)

The Fall - Joker Hysterical Face

Ed Kuepper - Electrical Storm

On the Beach (2016 Remaster)

02.- Blues To Bechet - John Coltrane ‎– Coltrane Plays The Blues

Robert Fripp Daryl Hall Chicago

Dinosaur

Captain Beefheart & The Magic Band "Twist Ah Luck"

Miles Davis - Paraphernalia (2/2)

John Cale - Vigilante Lover

International

I Can’t Stay Long

Tiger Lily (Ultravox!) - Monkey Jive (1975)

Can - Cascade Waltz (Official Audio)

Man It Feels Like Space Again

Honey

Peel Dream Magazine - Do It




Peel Dream Magazine – Agitprop Alterna (Slumberland)

From the first guttural guitar haze of “Pill,” you think you know what you’re getting. There have been lots of bands with that one perfect song capturing the bygone heyday of dream-pop and shoegaze. But across Peel Dream Magazine’s sophomore outing, the hits keep coming and the reference points keep collapsing in on each other. “Emotional Devotion Creator,” “Do It,” “Too Dumb” — each song finds Peel Dream exploring different iterations of psychedelic music and blurring the boundaries between them. The hooks, history, and philosophy all become detritus swirling together into a kaleidoscopic reinterpretation you can’t look away from. –Ryan

CAR SEAT HEADREST - Deadlines (Hostile)






Car Seat Headrest – Making A Door Less Open (Matador)

On Making A Door Less Open’s opening track, Will Toledo attests, “I believe that thoughts can change your body.” What follows is the result of much hard thinking about how to alter the substance of Car Seat Headrest. Often Toledo and his bandmates do so by building an electronic exoskeleton into the hearty alternative rock that made them indie-famous, lending a different sort of oomph to all the howling choruses and clever, sardonic observations. The sum total of their efforts is a thrilling left turn from a deeply consistent yet wildly unpredictable band. –Chris

Against All Logic - Illusions of Shameless Abundance (feat. Lydia Lunch)




Against All Logic – 2017-2019 (Other People)

Nicolas Jaar has been good to us this year. He released a new solo album, Cenizas, and there’s a promise of more albums on the horizon. He kicked off the year with a new album from Against All Logic, his side project that approaches the dancefloor reverentially and with an ecstatic glee. The songs on 2017-2019 are constantly clanging and anxious and spilling forward. “If You Can’t Do It Good, Do It Hard,” Jaar’s latest collaboration with Lydia Lunch, has turned into an enduring mantra for 2020, a reminder to keep on moving even when it feels hopeless. –James

State Line

Don't Ask Me Twice

Unto the Dust

Unto the Dust

Sorry - Snakes

Identity Trade

Your Body Changes Everything

Heavy Balloon

19/07/2020

Nadia Comaneci - First Perfect 10 | Montreal 1976 Olympics

Nadia Comaneci - First Perfect 10 | Montreal 1976 Olympics



 https://youtu.be/Yi_5xbd5xdE

melhor atleta olimpica feminina de sempre
the best, Romanian, later naturalized American was the best female Olympic athlete ever ... The perfect ten
nadia comaneci 10
18 luglio 1976

Jansen / Barbieri / Takemura "Sun Trap In The Sea"

Sleepers Awake

Sharleena (Roy Thomas Baker Mix)

18/07/2020

Georgel

I'll Meet You in Poland Baby

Pony

Underground Medecin

Ice Cream Man

Patti Smith-"Kimberly" from "Horses"

Morpheus Laughing

John Coltrane - Summertime (1/2)

Ornette Coleman - Chronology

Focus on Sanity (Mono)

Imitation of Christ

Gang of Four - 5.45

Supersister - No tree will grow.

Grace Jones / Art Groupie

Chrome - Zero Time

Erkin Koray - Karlı Dağlar (Elektronik Türküler LP) (1974)

I'm Cramped (1989 Digital Remaster)

Marilyn Moore

Lou Reed - Heroin, Part 2 from Rock n Roll Animal

Titties & Beer (1977 Mix/Live)

Captain Beefheart - Hair Pie - Bake Two

June of 44 - Anisette

The Residents - Arctic Hysteria

I'm a Frayed Knot

MONO & A.A. Williams - Exit in Darkness (Official Video)







A.A. Williams, que mostrará o porquê de Forever Blue ser um dos debuts mais aclamados dos últimos tempos. Com influências desde o post-rock até à dark folk, e fazendo também referências a nomes como PJ Harvey e Emma Ruth Rundle, a assombrosa música da artista londrina soará pela primeira vez ao vivo em Portugal em 2021.


Esbatendo as fronteiras entre o post-rock e a música neoclássica, o quarteto japonês MONO propõe-se, nas suas próprias palavras, a "comunicar o incomunicável". Movendo-se graciosamente entre delicadas melodias, evocativas orquestrações e violentas paredes de som

12/07/2020

The Human Beinz Nobody But Me





The Human Beinz are an US American rock band from Youngstown, Ohio, originally known as The Human Beings. The original line-up featured Dick Belly (vocals, guitar), Joe Markulin (guitar), Mel Pachuta (bass) and Mike Tateman (drums).

The Beinz began their professional career with a devoted local fanbase, recording covers of songs by Them, The Yardbirds, The Who and Bob Dylan. The group was also the first to record “The Pied Piper,” which later became a #1 hit for Crispian St. Peters. The group had a reputation as masters of song interpretation.





The Residens Meet The Residents N-ER-GEE

Performer ["Nobody But Me"]  The Human Beinz
[Back cover:]

Ride

Tempus est Iocundum "Codex Buranus, 179"

Prituri se Planinata

Le Mystère des Voix Bulgares - Pritouritze Planinata

MOSTAR SEVDAH REUNION - Grana od bora ( LIVE in Warsaw )

Joy

Siouxsie & The Banshees - Helter Skelter

Guess I'm Falling In Love

Richard Barbieri - Solar Sea VR / 360° (from Planets + Persona)

HD: Cable Cars of San Francisco 6-10-15 & 6-11-15

3D San Francisco Cable Car - Complete Ride on Powell/Hyde Line (VR180)

Lissabon Elevador Lavra

Tirando o Tram 28 de Lisboa à Noite - Like Roller Coaster

The Lisbon bucket list: 10 things to visit and experience

Ancient Lisbon aqueduct pt.1 [English version]

Viva Saturn - Abandoned Car



On the disbanding of Rain Parade in 1988. As David Roback form Mazzy Star, Steven Roback formed a new project,

Little Dots (Pt. 1)

Rosa Mundi (John Balance & Rose McDowall) - The Snow Man

Drew McDowall - Hypnotic Congress





In the early 80s Drew McDowall came from his homeland Scotland to London and quickly sank in a movement which was later described in a famous book  England Hidden Reverse. Previously active in postpunk underground, Drew was continuously present on the scene, since the cultural revolution initiated by Throbbing Gristle, further developed by Psychic TV and Current 93.



 His surname can surely be associated with Rose McDowall – an expressive vocalist of ultra sweet pop duo Strawberry Switchblade.



 His ex-wife's voice is well known from unforgettable songs of Death In June, Current 93 or Sorrow. In the 80s and 90s Drew McDowall collaborated closely with Coil. He was present while creating, recording the legendary tracks and he participated in the non-musical passions of the departed musicians.



 He co-produced the classic albums of Coil, as well as their epic collaborations, with which Peter Sleazy Christopherson and John Balance added a finishing touch to their legendary venture. For nearly 20 years Drew McDowall has been in New York, where he continues work among sound artists of new experimental scene, post – post - post industrial etc. His solo albums Collapse and Unnatural Chanel were released by NY based label Dais Records.

Six Organs of Admittance - Taken By Ascent

Six Organs of Admittance "Adoration Song" (Official Music Video)

Six Organs of Admittance "Light of the Light"

Boy Harsher - Face the Fire (Official Video)

Your Master is calling

Swallowed

Disappear

Firefly

Diamanda Galás - Birds Of Death

Diamanda Galas - Death Letter

Paradise Found

02 Thighpaulsandra - Did He Fall? [Editions Mego]

Matmos - Very Large Green Triangles (Official Music Video)

Matmos -The Civil War- The struggle against unreality begins

Matmos - Spondee

Current 93 Misery farm

Nurse With Wound - Wash The Dust From My Heart

Nurse With Wound - Wash The Dust From My Heart

Greater than one - Now is the time

Old Sparky

The Legendary Pink Dots - Defeated / Deflated

Julian Cope - John Balance Enters Valhalla

CoH - Hunger (feat. Jhonn Balance / Coil) Tactile "Grief" Remix (Norton ...

Tame Impala - Elephant (Lollapalooza Brasil 2016) [HD]

Sol Invictus - Here We Stand

Sol Invictus - Here We Stand

Death In June ~ The Accidental Protégé

The Durutti Column - Never Known

Dave Holland & Steve Coleman (Duo) "Ah-Leu-Cha"

Steve Coleman & Five Elements - Black Hole

11/07/2020

Mama Told Me (Not To Come)



1970 - Randy Newman
Three Dog Night started a two-week run at No.1 in the US with their version of the Randy Newman song 'Mama Told Me Not To Come', which was also a No.3 hit in the UK. The song was first covered by Eric Burdon on his first solo album in 1966 and gave Tom Jones & Stereophonics

Taking Islands In Africa (Remastered 2003)

Lady Macbeth

PJ Harvey and Ramy Essam - The Camp (Official Video)

PJ Harvey - Man-Size

PAIN TEENS swimming 1995

Pain Teens - Cool Your Power

PAIN TEENS the way love used to be 1990

jah wobble on bass dvd trailer

Coil - I Don't Want To Be The One

Coil - Careful What you Wish For

Coil - Fire Of The Mind

Coil - Windowpane (HQ)

Freely

Timber Timbre 'Black Water'

Pale Horse Sailor

Paul Weller - Village (Lyric Video)

June of 44 - recorded syntax @ sala el Sol (Madrid)



June of 44 have announced their first studio album in 21 years. Revisionist: Adaptations & Future Histories in the Time of Love and Survival arrives August 7 via Broken Clover.
The LP includes new versions of tracks from the band’s previous LP, 1999’s Anahata. L
The new LP contains remixes by Matmos and John McEntire. When asked why the band felt the need to re-record older material for the new album, guitarist-vocalist Jeff Mueller told Rolling Stone, “The session for Anahata was pretty tough; many of the songs felt underdeveloped. Speaking for myself... it all just felt rushed and messy—I had very little grasp on how to organize and play my parts.”
June of 44 broke up in 1999, just five years after initially forming. In 2018, they reunited to play their first live performances together since disbanding.
Revisionist: Adaptations & Future Histories in the Time of Love and Survival:
01 A Chance to Cure Is a Chance to Cut Your Face (Matmos Remix)
02 ReRecorded Syntax
03 Cardiac Atlas
04 Post-Modern Hereditary Dance Steps
05 A Past to Face (John McEntire Remix)
06 No Escape, Levitate
07 Generate

Cool Water

Facts of Life

Democratic Circus

Talking Heads - Blind (Official Video)

Billy Bragg - It Says Here

Pere Ubu - A Small Dark Cloud

Joy division - Atmosphere (Jean Cocteau's Orphée, 1950)

Helena Espvall & Masaki Batoh -Sham No Umi

Dum Spiro Spero

ILYAS AHMED - SLEEPWALKER (Official Music Video)

ILYAS AHMED - SLEEPWALKER (Official Music Video)

Ilyas Ahmed - Two Breaths

John Zorn - The Ballad Of Hank Mccain (Vocal)

Things Change Randy Rose

No Children

The Mariner's Revenge Song

Missed the Boat

Title and Registration

Look Out, There's A Monster Coming (2007 Remastered Version)

They Might Be Giants - The Communists Have the Music (Official Audio)

They Might Be Giants - Door to Door Minotaur (Official Video) In memory of Hardy Fox



In memory of Hardy Fox


Ween • Buckingham Green • Live 2007.12.01 • NYC

WEEN "The Mollusk" @ Terminal 5 NYC 2.15.2020 Night 2

The Residents God In Three Persons "The Touch" @ NYC MoMA 7:00 1.25.2020

The Residents God In Three Persons "The Touch" @ NYC MoMA 7:00 1.25.2020



https://youtu.be/3yy6EgGaokk

The Residents God In Three Persons "Hard & Tenderly" @ NYC MoMA 7:00 1.2...

The Residents God In Three Persons "Hard & Tenderly" @ NYC MoMA 7:00 1.2...



https://youtu.be/bd74q_Xz1gs

Snakefinger "Beatnik Party" 1987 Toronto

10/07/2020

Hardy Fox & Snakefinger Interview/The Residents - This Is A Man's World ...

She Called Me Doggy

The Residents | Bury My Bone

The Residents God In Three Persons "The Service" @ NYC MoMA 7:00 1.25.2020

https://youtu.be/Bgu5AoqxlWM

The Residents God In Three Persons "Kiss of Flesh" @ NYC MoMA 7:00 1.25....

The Residents God In Three Persons "Kiss of Flesh" @ NYC MoMA 7:00 1.25....

the Residents' God in 3 Persons Promo



The Residents, in collaboration with artist John Sanborn, are creating an extraordinary live multi-media version of their legendary 1988 album God in 3 Persons- the story of a disgraced evangelist and his twisted obsession with a pair of gender fluid conjoined twins.


The Crown Territory

We Still Go to Rodeos

TORRES - Good Scare (Official Audio) 2020

Ohms



After the release of Three Futures in 2017—and an unceremonious record-deal termination shortly thereafter (4AD Records)—Mackenzie Scott (TORRES) nearly quit music. Calling the act of chasing commercial success a "delusional pursuit", she took three years to read, work, and otherwise climb her way "out of a tunnel", all the while reflecting on the future's veiled designs. The result of Scott's reflections is Silver Tongue, a new, self-produced work out now from Merge Records. The album—Scott's cleanest, most mature release to date—marks a new level of conviction for the entire TORRES project. Its nine songs, all evocative and transporting, strive toward a new vocabulary for connection, confidence, and queer love.
Lyrically, Silver Tongue traces the difficulties (and rewards) of trying to create a future tense with a new partner. In effect, it explores a geography of intimacy that many American 20-somethings are themselves trying to navigate. "Are you planning to love me through the bars of a golden cage?" she asks on the album's opener, "Good Scare". "You make me want to write the country song folks here in New York get a kick out of" ("Good Scare.") "I've saved records of your tenderness that you say don't exist." ("Records of Your Tenderness", a rhythmically intricate song that rhymes, subtly, with Björk's "History of Touches".) -- Jonathan Leal

You Can't Rule Me

Shall





The Soft Pink Truth - Shall We Go on Sinning So That Grace May Increase? [Thrill Jockey] 

 best album 2020 so far

Derived from Retinas





Recorded at Chicago's Jamdek Studio in the summer of 2018, what Mute Duo wrests from the somewhat unconventional instrumentation on Lapse in Passage is stunning. It's like David Lynch baked in the Texas heat. It's the soundtrack to a Cormac McCarthy-inspired fever dream. On "Derived From Retinas", the music begins slowly and deliberately, with sparse percussion pairing well with Wagster's pedal steel runs. A light drone is heard underneath, and the insistent, unsettling rattling of piano notes move in and out. The song works well as an introduction to Mute Duo's sound – dark, brooding, deliberate, adventurous. -- Chris Ingalls

Marrow

Son Little - "mahalia" (Full Album Stream)

Les Amazones d'Afrique - Amazones Power (Official Video)

Against Gravity



The music of Horse Lords – like all the best music – can be tough to categorize, but it's also a study in contradictions. Their music contains elements of math rock, krautrock, free jazz, minimalism, and other styles that may be a hard pill for the average music fan to swallow. While those genres may bring to mind bespectacled musicologists hunched over inscrutable sheet music, or perhaps Berklee students creating their brand of brainy jam music during a break in classes, the band have found a way to make these intricate, puzzle-like compositions soar with an electrified intensity that's uniquely engaging.
On The Common Task, Horse Lords packs a great deal of variety and a seemingly endless amount of possibilities into 41 minutes. It's the sound of a group that is infinitely curious. This isn't your uncle's moody, downbeat krautrock – it's a breathless celebration of the power of band dynamics. -- Chris Ingalls

Ibeyi - River

Nada Irreal

Tony Allen & Hugh Masekela - Jabulani (Rejoice, Here Comes Tony) (Offici...

Deadlines (Thoughtful)

Car Seat Headrest - "Hollywood" (Official Music Video)

Car Seat Headrest - "Can't Cool Me Down" (Official Lyric Video)





Making a Door Less Open invests in the psychic thickness of life's tiny, everyday moments. Think Proust's madeleine chased with light drugs and distortion pedals. Using stark compositional contrasts to explore the twin faces of joy and sadness, the project marks a notable shift away from the lo-fi net grunge Toledo pursued on Car Seat Headrest's numbered albums in the early 2010s and toward a new set of genre-bending experiments with future funk and electropop.
Lyrically, the record's ten songs—discrete episodes exploring everything from style biters to Hollywood superficialities—all add up to a sense of where inner life and the outer world meet. Through daydreams, interior monologues, and unanswered addresses, the band explore the frequent (and often unacknowledged) commingling of despair and silliness; so too do they focus on the ways that the surreal and the fantastic are increasingly structuring the contemporary mundane. -- Jonathan Leal

Flying Saucer Attack - In The Light Of Time (Official Audio)

Bardo Pond Set and Setting Lull

L'Espace au sol est redessine par d'immenses panneaux bleus

Partially sabatoged distraction

What Happened To The King Happened To Me

Cats Dogs And Babies Jaws

airport - karate

Karate - Unsolved - This Day Next Year

The Field Mice - Anoint (Peel session audio)

The Field Mice 'Sensitive 1989

The Shame of Life

Bright Eyes - Mariana Trench (Official Video)