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Dic 14 2010, 19:24 di Bryanrecommends
September 18, 2009. Paul Noonan and David Geraghty from Bell X1 stopped by our studio for a session to chat and play some tunes from the latest album Blue Lights On The Runway. They were in the area, playing later that night at the legendary Maxwell’s in Hoboken, NJ. When Paul and I got talking off mic, we chatted about cover songs (“I Fought The Law” by Sonny Curtis and Bruce Springsteen‘s “No Surrender” which he and David slipped in during this session). Leonard Cohen‘s name came up, and Paul talked about the Cohen show he recently went to. Hear my conversation with them and the three songs they did in our studio.
Re-discover Bell X1
Lug 20 2010, 16:34 di IanAR16 July 2010: Son of Antichrist w/ DJs Stix, Luna X & Cavey Nik @ Hobgoblin (London)
On Friday night, I had the pleasure of seeing Deejay Stix (of Electric Dreams) DJ, at the latest Club AntiChrist event. Here's what he played - with added YouTubes (where I found a good one).
- Scraping Foetus off the Wheel's Anything (Viva!) Anything (Viva!)
- Leæther Strip's Baby Doll
- Killing Joke's Exorcism (live in King's Chamber Cairo August 1995 mix) (edit) Exorcism
- Front 242's Tragedy For You
- NITZER EBB's Fun to Be Had
- COVENANT's Dead Stars Dead Stars (version)
- Depeche Mode's Personal Jesus
- The Cure's A Forest
- FIELDS OF THE NEPHILIM's Preacher Man
- The Sisters of Mercy's Dominion
- JOY DIVISION's She's Lost Control
- Siouxsie and the Banshees's Arabian Knights
- BAUHAUS's Dark Entries
- IGGY POP's Night Clubbing Night Clubbing (live concert 1977)
- Public Image Ltd.'s Public Image
- THE DAMNED's Love Song
- DEAD KENNEDYS's Holiday in Cambodia
- GARY NUMAN's Down in the Park Down In The Park (20th Century Version)
- VISAGE's Fade to Grey
- DEPECHE MODE's Enjoy the Silence
- FRONT 242's Headhunter
- Nine Inch Nails's Terrible Lie Terrible Lie (Live)
- Rammstein's Das Model
- Marilyn Manson's Sweet Dreams Sweet Dreams(are made of this)
- ORGY's Blue Monday
- MINISTRY's N.W.O.
- The Sisters of Mercy's This Corrosion
- THE CURE's Fascination Street
- Killing Joke's Love Like Blood
- NICK CAVE AND THE BAD SEEDS's Red Right Hand
- SIOUXSIE AND THE BANSHEES's Monitor
- Echo & The Bunnymen's The Killing Moon
- Rosetta Stone's Adrenaline
- NINE INCH NAILS's Wish
- AND ONE's Deutschmaschine
- THE CREATURES's 2nd Floor
- Deutsch Amerikanische Freundschaft's Der Mussolini
- P.A.L.'s Gelöbnis
Apr 30 2010, 20:54 di IanARFollowing Fly Things Come In Threes? - Another in my occasional series of articles about spooky goings-on, on my profile.
Here's a screen-cap' of my three month's top eight artists, today ...
Notice anything odd? There're a few strange coincidences about this line-up. Here's a key image, to illustrate ...
Chaps grouped in the centre & ladies on the flanks. Julieta Venegas is about to be pounced on, by a bunny. Whilst Shara Worden is holding a bunny. Simian Mobile Disco bring a monkey (class of 'higher primates', to be precise), in their name. Run Toto Run are named after a cute li'll' running doggie. The Stranglers are riding a dragon. Then We Are Wolves and ... It's the Wolf! It's the Wolf!
What's the role of Imogen Heap & Massive Attack?
My Current Fav'e Releases / Tracks From These Artists
Julieta Venegas Otra Cosa / Amores Platónicos (other plays)
Simian Mobile Disco Cruel Intentions / Cruel Intentions (Greg Wilson re-edit) (other plays)
Massive Attack Heligoland / Babel (other plays)
Shara Worden The Creatures in the Garden of Lady Walton / Cocodrillo (other plays)
Run Toto Run Plastic Gold EP / Hater (other plays)
The Stranglers BBC In Concert (23rd April 1977) / Sometimes (BBC In Concert 23/04/77) (other plays)
We Are Wolves Invisible Violence / Paloma (other plays)
Imogen Heap Ellipse / Wait It Out (other plays)
What's the message in these tea leaves? I think this calls for an expert in Chinese astrology, or some-such! :/ %)
Apr 16 2010, 13:42 di eachmanThe Gavin Friday and Dave Ball collaboration single 'Ghost Rider' (Alan Vega) is now listed for release in May 2010 on the Blast First Petite website.
Blast First Petite
Jump Cut Time
Like there is No Tomorrow
The Big V calls time
Spooked Sci Fi crooning
Nothing lasts….. for ever
1990 Deuce Avenue album
Mr Friday ( T.G.I.F !!) Sharks swops blade-iswitches to Dave Ball’s Jets
A warp speeding cycle-arama-la-ma-ding-dong
Tom Brinkman’s 2005 steriodal muscle-bound dance floor twitch-out
Digitally body ripped the biggest star made to crash his own party.
Keep it clean, keep it TIGHT.
We spin ON !
Onwards / inwards
Into Vega’s millennial blackhole
Single handedly speed dialing up car radio statics with a jazz break crackle frosting…..
ON! Says V.
Sodium flares reflecting his deadly night shades
Puss On Tha Time Warp
1999 “2007” album
Apr 6 2010, 7:19 di eachmanRubyworks are delighted to announce the signing of singer, composer and artiste Gavin Friday to the label.
Gavin has been working on songs for a new studio album since 2008; co-writing with Cork based keyboard player Herbie Macken. The pair first collaborated for the Patrick McCabe play 'The Revenant' for the Druid Theatre Company in 2007.
Recording for the new album started last summer in Dublin, with producer Ken Thomas (Sigur Ros, Moby, M83) at the controls. The record was mixed and completed in the UK in earlier this year; and is currently being scheduled for a late summer release. It will be Gavin's first solo album since 1995's 'Shag Tobacco'.
His recent work includes film scores for 'In America' and 'Get Rich Or Die Tryin'. 'Nothing Like The Sun' with Gavin Bryars for the Royal Shakespeare Company, and 'Drifting And Tilting' with Scott Walker at The Barbican. Plus ongoing live and studio collaborations with long time compadre Hal Willner; and the very special "An Evening With Gavin Friday & Friends", a unique event with a stellar line up at Carnegie Hall in 2009.
Gavin is in the process of putting together a new live band with a view to returning to the concert stage later in 2010.
Apr 14 2009, 9:02 di feydehwaymoving to seoul in a week for one year - hoping to meet any Depeche Mode fans, Siouxsie and the Banshees fans, Joy Divison fans, or any ebm, synthpop types
and does anyone know any alt - goth clubs there?
ill be teaching english. just finished 6 months in thailand. thought id try out a bigger city. appreciate any introductions to some locals or such, please? msg me!
Ott 13 2008, 20:28 di eachmanGavin Friday and Dave Ball (Soft Cell) have recorded a version of the Suicide song 'Ghost Rider' as part of a 70th Birthday Limited Edition EP tribute series to the Suicide vocalist Alan Vega. The song will be released early 2009 on Blast First Petite. Artists taking part in the tribute are Bruce Springsteen, Grinderman (Nick Cave), Primal Scream and Peaches among others.
Read more about the project on Blast First's website.
Lug 4 2008, 18:12 di IanARI've just heard from One Little Indian, on MySpace, that they've released a compilation - "To celebrate independent music we want to share with you the reasons why we value our independence and our artists so much."
Independents Day 08 - Tracks are as follows:
- Land of Talk - Summer Special
- Chris Bathgate - Restless
- HK119 - Mind
- The All New Adventures of Us (Tanaou) - 45 Forever or 45 forever
- Stalkers - In Your Street Today
- Underground Railroad - Sticks and Stones
- Rose Kemp - Nannys World
- Matthew Ryan - It Could Have Been Worse
- Jesse Malin - Russian Roulette
- Shelleyan Orphan - Something Pulled Me
tinyURL.com/ID08OLI) or via The Independent newspaper coverage and join the One Little Indian group :)
Enjoy! I've got mine, but'm yet to listen - Ian My.Mashable.com/Scrawl
Edit 05 Jul 08: tinyURL added.