Friday, 28 January 2011

Fade (Atom Spitta feat. iCON The Mic King)

Fade is a rapper from Philadelphia. In 2008, he released his full length debut album entitled "Benign Neglect" produced and recorded entirely by Philadelphia area producer Odin Smith.

Thursday, 27 January 2011

(State of the Union), Thievery Corporation

Thievery Corp masters of dub and chill

(Leadbelly), Good Morning Blues

When you have nothing to worry about but you feel Blue.

Djangology, (Django Reinhardt)

Amazing guitarist.

(Hexstatic vs Dawn Penn) "No, No, No" + solid steel scratch school

Ninja mash up from Hexstatic.

Deception (Blackalicious)

All kinds of cool

Daylight ( Aesop Rock)


Untitled #2 (John Frusciante)

from John Frusciante's album Niandra lades and usually just a t shirt.

don de lion (the skatalites)

briliant. enjoy !

MR Soft (kormac)

all time feel good track

Monday, 24 January 2011

Gigantic (Pixies)

I always love the Pixies track where the girl sings. Awesome.

Tender (Blur)

Easily their weirdest track, I remember most people hated it when it came out. In my eyes it has and always will be a real classic.

III Wishes (Terrorvision)

A bit of a '90s Indie session today :)

Sunday, 23 January 2011

Karmacoma (Massive Attack)

(Another Bristol Band!) JACK IT UP>

Speak Easy (Swayzak)

Distorted bass mmmmm.

Rub 'Till It bleeds (PJ Harvey)

The BEST grunge chick around - and she's from Bristol!

I Put A Spell On You (Screamin' Jay Hawkins)

Love this track put to great use in one of the Jarmusch films whose name eludes me currently.

Breathless (Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds)

In Dan's words, 'he's pretty weird isn't he?' 'Yup'

Vibrate (Mr Scruff feat. Braintax)

This is quite possibly the oddest hip-hop song. It doesn't stop it being amazing tho.

Hit The Road Jack (Ray Charles)

What you say!

Thursday, 20 January 2011

Dots & Dashes (Doomtree)

One of my favourite songs from what I think is one of the best hip hop groups to bless the ears of this planet.

Kiss Kiss Bang Bang (High Contrast)

Drum and bass with a touch of jazz.

Got game boy (Editor)

The electro side of dubstep.

Spread Your Love Like A Fever ( Black Rebel Motorcycle Club)

(Introducing the first track from new contributor Jamie!)
Classic song from a wicked band.

Home On Ice (Clap Your Hands Say Yeah)

Little bit of a refreshing new-indie band who I think have some strong influences with older bands like The Strokes and for sure The Smiths. (Oh, the sound of self-pity!)

Sittin' Pretty (The Datsuns)

Pretty sure the Datsuns drummer was like 11 or so when they first became really popular. (Fuck you, Hanson.) They were originally hailed as the future of rock. Every song of theirs unfortunately sounds the same and they faded out but some of the classics still sound as good as when I first heard them.

London Calling (The Clash)

It actually doesn't get much better than this.

Friday, 14 January 2011

Again, Pnau

Just to break up my little indie fest.

I Like Birds (Eels)

I've got a feeder for you to perch on.

Tame (Pixies)

I'm literally putting this up as I can hear my housemate playing it upstairs and I'm enjoying bopping along :)

Thursday, 6 January 2011

Bury Me (The Smashing Pumpkins)

Nice bit of old sounds. Sincerest apologies that this is the first Pumpkins track I've got around to putting up.

Roads (Portishead)

One of my favourite Portishead tracks. Lovely fat bass.

Don't Make Me Ill (AFI)

Reservoir dogs quote at the beginning really makes it.

Wednesday, 5 January 2011

Ageing Young Rebel (Dj Food)

First to credit the creator of this video I hope they would be happy to see it amongst so many lovely videos. This is an animation by a Gentleman called Jonathan McCallum who completed it as a final Thesis for their degree. Music by Dj Food providers of staple beats on the ninja tunes label.

Sunday, 2 January 2011

Cheer up you're not dead yet, (Blockhead)

Being the depressive bastard that he is the Povertron sometimes needs to be reminded to laugh and smile this tune achieved both things simultaneously and therefore gets honourable mention on this ere post. As the good man said "cheer up you're not dead yet.

Tiuitiu (Paza)

I love watching all these kids tryna dance to Paza.

Pacific State (808 State)

Diggin' that 80's vibe.

Planetarium (Squarepusher)

Awesome cool d'n'b sound.

Ice Cream (New Young Pony Club)

Catchy tune from a few years back, at the beginning of the new electro-pop wave.

Que Sera (Wax Tailor)

Thanks again to Andy for this one!

Girl/Boy Song (Aphex Twin)

I'm in love with this video! (Claymation by David Firth).

Ultravisitor (Squarepusher)

Traditional Squarepusher kicking ass.

Sundown (Daedelus)

Cool indie-inspired sound and a nice video.

Oslo Skyline (Jaga Jazzist)

Thanks to Andy for this one x

Everything You Do Is A Balloon (Boards of Canada)

I come and go with these guys, but then I hear a great track like this and I love them all over again.

Easy St. Louid Toodle-Oo (Duke Ellington)

Luscious bit of sax (by Ray Nance).

Ghost of Stephen Foster (Squirrel Nut Zippers)

This won Best Animated Music Video at the '99 Vancouver Animation Festival.

Leave House (Caribou)

Laid-back electro-pop sound. (WHY has someone put this as the video?!!)

(Clown Koala) Ed Cox

'Mazin vid/track combo. Courtesy of Jamie. Ta!

Music Lover (Liftin' Spirits)

Old school dub bass sound.

Songdo (AntiVJ)

These guys do amazing audio/visual performances often involving projection.

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