Iggy Pop flirting with Renee Montagne on NPR
No, really, Iggy <3 Renee.
Rubble - Cole Pierce Mix - May 2013
Patient mix of beat music, dub, ambient, New Orleans 1920’s jazz ballads, field recordings, movie samples, Elvis Presley, Zora Neale Hurston talking about zombies, and Arvo Pärt talking about guardian angels.
Line Drawn Taught - Cole Pierce
Soundcloud comment - Captianbubble
Bless My Heart - Lukid
Amtrak Field Recording - Cole Pierce
Home - Nosaj Thing
Irene Jacob in Othello
Ghost - Nikita Quasim
End - Frank Ocean
She’s Funny That Way - Ted Lewis and His Band
Pink and Golden Billows - Brambles
Touttt eto Bouttt - Raoul Duguay
Pearly Dew - Lena Hughes
DESSIN AH - Cornelius
Moos - Pole
Slow Walker (Kane Ikin Remix) - Sylvester
Yet Another Vase - Ssaliva
5 Bit Blues - Kid Koala
Blue Drag - Django Reinhardt
Zora Neale Hurston on Zombies
Machinery Phono Tymesafari -
Birding in Kansas - allmyheroesdiedinprison
New Orleans (Cole Pierce remix) - Hannis Pannis
Almost Always studio outtake - Elvis Presley
Lineage (Sun Glitters Remix) - Shigeto
For Phil - Teebs
Deep & Deadly (Cole Pierce Build a Fence Remix) - The Upsetters
Cosmick Dub - Peaking Lights
Wild in the Country (take 16) - Elvis Presley
Memories of the Wind - Masayoshi Fujita
Arvo Pärt on Guardian Angels
The Space Between - Soosh
Live at AvantJazz, Barcelona 2012 - Jan Jelinek & Masayoshi Fujita
Trumpet sketch - Cole Pierce
Finally: ‘Tomorrow’s Harvest’ is the upcoming fourth studio album by the Scottish electronic music duo Boards of Canada, due to be released on 10 June 2013 on Warp Records.
Today saw the premiere of the first single ‘Reach for the Dead’. Sheer brilliance.
Julia Holter - World (Official Video) (by DominoRecords)
Date Palms - “Yuba Reprise” - dir. Andy Puls
from The Dusted Sessions - out 6/11 and up for pre-order
Sounds of Nowhere, a record that came “Compliments of Halcyon Days Hotel on St. Lucia, W.I. - It’s in the middle of nowhere.” To my great disappointment, after picking this record up at a thrift store, I discovered that it has the wrong album tucked inside - one of those damn Environments records of ocean sounds. I can find no information about this Sounds of Nowhere record online and now I fear that I’ll just never get to hear what nowhere sounds like. Fuck! The album cover design is exactly the same on both sides and the blank spine contains no other information. A vinyl mystery.
Trisha Baga is known for intricate installations that combine psychedelic projections, sculptural assemblages, and arrangements of found youtube videos combined with audio recordings. In Hercules Radio the artist highlights the tonal quality of language, rather than its content, composing the soundtrack for an imaginary journey that takes the listener through an array of fluid identities and incongruous locations.
Charles Atlas and New Humans
For Frieze Sounds, Atlas and New Humans extend their collaboration into a new aural experience, utilizing electronically fractured vocals by Atlas and Tajima.
Madlib, the ‘human record crate’, at home in Los Angeles, July 2009.
Photographed by Jeremy & Claire Weiss for an article in The Wire 306 by Lisa Blanning.
(via The Wire)