Do you like Can? Well here is Irmin Schmidt, Michael Karoli, Holger Czukay and Jaki Liebezeit (with flautist/tape operator David Johnson) before Can was formed. This was an actual soundtrack and the “Can-Schall” is the melted cheese making it hot and memorable for days on end (due to a numb mouth/brain). As Weed Temple said … Continue reading
Last minute. Lasting Memories. Oh, and buy me a drink. Amen. Oh, and it is this Saturday. The 25th of June in the year of someone’s lord 2011.
In the second installment of Wednesday Surprise I give to you the gift of schedule and promise. Here we have Stray’s first, self-titled album. People say that Zeppelin changed the world…and I agree. And then the world (at least in the UK, as far as this is concerned) reaped the benefits. While not a blatant … Continue reading
…when shit just gets busy. SORRY FOR THE LACK OF POSTS LATELY. Now, I know it has been less than a week. Six days to be exact. Things have been really hectic…fuck that, I do way better than 90% of the blogs out there. No apologies. I am readying the album for download tomorrow and … Continue reading
Wednesday Surprise. Every Wednesday from now until the world ends on October 21st…oh, wait, he had a stroke?…where was I? Oh, every Wednesday I will offer up a free download of an album I feel should be spread around the world. High quality and all that jazz. These will be out of print and of … Continue reading
Niel Peart wanking. “Jens Hannemann” celebrating the wanking with comedy.
While scouring the internet I came across this article. Anyone that knows a smidgen about electronic knows about the master and forefather, Bruce Haack. (If not, learn up.) The story behind this album is fantastic: (From DFTram.com) Released in 1970 on Columbia records Electric lucifer is the first part of an unfinished trilogy by electronic … Continue reading
So much recently has been about the music that I have completely neglected a celebration of my current life. As one can surmise I am not only immersed in music, I am drowning in it. If it is possible for an auraphibian (one that can breathe both in a music conversation and one about everyday … Continue reading