Giu 7 2008, 14:37
Mar 19 2008, 17:29It's a shame actually you cannot upload radio interviews, the way you upload images, that would be more adequate for a music site like last.fm...who knows? one day maybe, but I should spare you all with my thinking, let me share with you the precious recording:
Mar 18 2008, 5:2661 Classic tracks from the history of NME!!!
This new triple album brings together the most inspirational and influential artists of its time. Spanning three musical decades from the 70s, 80s, and 90s, and including massive tracks from the likes of Blur, Iggy Pop, The Jam, New Order, The Stone Roses, Velvet Underground, Oasis and many more!
The MC5 - Kick Out The Jams
Velvet Underground - I'm Waiting For The Man
The Stooges - No Fun
The Doors - L.A. Woman
The New York Dolls - Jet Boy
Patti Smith - Gloria
The Damned - Neat Neat Neat
X-Ray Spex - Oh Bondage Up Yours!
Richard Hell & The Voidoids - Blank Generation
Dead Boys - Sonic Reducer
Iggy Pop - Lust For Life
The Saints - This Perfect Day
Ramones - Sheena Is A Punk Rocker
The Only Ones - Another Girl, Another Planet
Siouxsie & The Banshees - Hong Kong Garden
Blondie - One Way Or Another
Magazine - Shot By Both Sides
Buzzcocks - Ever Fallen In Love
XTC- This Is Pop?
Television - Marquee Moon
David Bowie - Heroes
The Clash- I Fought The Law
Stiff Little Fingers- Suspect Device
The Jam- Going Underground
The Vapors- Turning Japanese
Generation X- Kiss Me Deadly
The Pretenders- Brass In Pocket
The Selecter - On My Radio
The Beat- Mirror In The Bathroom
Madness- One Step Beyond
Bad Manners- Special Brew
The Specials- Ghost Town
The Cure- The Lovecats
Talking Heads- Psycho Killer (Live)
Kraftwerk- Tour De France
Malcolm McLaren- Buffalo Gals
New Order- Blue Monday
Echo & The Bunnymen- The Back Of Love
Aztec Camera- Walk Out To Winter
The Jesus & Mary Chain- Just Like Honey
Prince- Sign 'O' The Times
Joy Division - Atmosphere
The Stone Roses- She Bangs The Drums
Happy Mondays- Step On
Inspiral Carpets- This Is How It Feels
Depeche Mode- Enjoy The Silence
Massive Attack- Unfinished Sympathy
Primal Scream- Movin' On Up
Suede- Animal Nitrate
Oasis- Live Forever
R.E.M. - What's The Frequency, Kenneth?
Ash- Girl From Mars
Supergrass- Caught By The Fuzz
Pulp- Common People
The Chemical Brothers- Setting Sun
Blur- Song 2
Manic Street Preachers- A Design For Life
The Verve- Bitter Sweet Symphony
Apr 1 2007, 14:20Sun 23 Mar – The Strokes, Stereo Total
The Strokes at their debut, being excellent already, I paid attention to the support band, Stereo Total, a duet from Berlin starring Françoise Cactus and DJ Brezel!
Here it is:
Q1 - How was the tour with the Strokes? What did you think of the Corn Exchange venue in Edinburgh/Scottish Audience?
So, we enjoyed the tour with the Strokes - sexy rock'n'rollers! In every country the people showed interest in us. But in Scotland - especially in Glasgow - we had problems with the audience because red-headed football fans gave us a beer shower. Well - that's punk! but in Edinburgh they were more friendly.
Q2 - How did you meet up with Brezel?
Both of us lived in Berlin in the same street. We met in front of a bakery.
Q3 - What have been the main musical influences on Stereo Total?
It's difficult to say there would be a main influence, because there were thousands of influences, but i think a big inspirator was Serge Gainsbourg and also german underground-new wave from the 80s.
Q4 - What CDs are you listening to right now?
We always listen to Doopees from Japan and Juliette Greco from France and to Momus from Scotland.
Q5 - Lyrics or music? What comes first?
Oh - music and lyrics are all important. When we compose a song we do everything in the same time the lyrics and the music.
Q6 - You sing in a wide variety of languages, do you think this brings something special to Stereo Total or do you see this as a pop influence?
No - i mean we want to be an international band and it brings us the possibility to play in all kind of different countries and we like exploring all kind of languages.
Q7 - What is your favourite city? If this is not where you live, are you planning to move there?
We love Barcelona, Paris, London, New Orleans, but we want to stay in Berlin for now.
Q8 - Are you more a bike person or a taxi person?
I take both of them. If it's not to far away i take my bike and if it's far away i take a cab. But what I hate is taking the u-bahn.
Q9 - Charles Trenet wrote that he drives towards Valence on the RN7, if you were to drive on the RN7, where would you hop on from?
Everywhere except Lyons.
Q10 - Who does inspire you when you write songs?
My friends, also movies and all kinds of objects that are around me.
Q11 - Where do you see Stereo Total in one year from now?
I see us in the recording studio.
Q12 - Any tour in the UK being planned?
Not for now, but we hope to come again.
For more information on Stereo Total, check their website:
Nov 6 2006, 11:13Sébastien Tellier was on 6Music last Friday with Asha and picked some cool tracks for his playlist eg Kavinsky and not Kevinsky. I guess the poor intern had troubles writing down track names, his english is atrocious, anyway, he also played that track. I liked it, I guess he will be playing it live in Paris at the end of the month, I will be there so watch this space!
Apr 15 2006, 3:13Oisten Eide used to be a key member of Maniacs of Noise, a music production company for the video games industry. A jeading figure in the amiga computer underground music scene.
Cool guy too, I met him in his hometown in Bergen, Norway as he was the friend of a friend...
Apr 9 2006, 7:20Am not sure why this artist disappeared, as he was so talented...hope Rob has not stopped!
Mar 26 2006, 8:18right now!
La Ritournelle is a hit, I wonder if he wrote it for the movie called Narco - neat movie by the way - or whether the director of the movie picked it up as it was very well suited...get your hands on the sessions, its out in April, so its sooooooooooon!
Feb 25 2006, 8:19Great English composer from the 90s on the Amiga computer