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Tuesday, January 26, 2010

The In Sound From Way Out!

Fourth album Come With Us (Astralwerks, 2002) by the UK-based Grammy Award winning electronic music duo The Chemical Brothers includes "It Began In Afrika". Along with The Prodigy, Fatboy Slim and The Crystal Method, as well as other lesser-known acts, they were pioneers of the big beat electronic dance genre, and are known for high-quality live sets. The album features Richard Ashcroft and Beth Orton as guest vocalists. Top/ We Are The Night (Freestyle Dust, 2007) is the sixth studio album by The Chemical Brothers, and includes "The Pills Won't Help You Now". Used throughout the album is the nostalgic technique of sampling old sounds The Chemical Brothers used on other albums. For example the song "We Are the Night" uses a direct sample from "The Sunshine Underground" from Surrender.

Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Slicing Straight To The Heart

Bottom/ Santi White (born 1976) is an American songwriter, producer, and singer. She is best known by her stage name, Santogold. Her eponymous debut album, Santogold (Downtown Records) was released in 2008. Santogold's goal of the album was to "help break down boundaries and genre classifications" who wasn't "a black woman singing R&B or hip hop." White's style has been compared often to that of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs and M.I.A.. Some of Santogold's material has been compared to that of the Pixies, whom Santogold herself has cited as an influence. White also stated her liking for New Wave and critics named Siouxsie to describe "My Superman". The singer also cites Blondie, Grace Jones, Devo, Fela Kuti, James Brown, Aretha Franklin and reggae music as influences. Top/ New York punk rock icon Debbie Harry was dreamed by Swiss artist H.R. Giger for the front cover of her debut solo album KooKoo (Chrysalis, 1981). The album was released while Harry was still a member of the group Blondie. Hans Ruedi Giger is an Academy Award-winning Swiss painter, sculptor, and set designer. Giger's painting Necronom IV, along with its similar companion piece Necronom V, are widely recognized as the direct inspiration for the Alien creature which Giger developed for Ridley Scott's seminal 1979 sci-fi horror film Alien. The impact of the Koo Koo visuals was so strong that it threatened to overshadow the actual musical progression of the project, especially that of Bernard Edwards and Nile Rodgers of Chic and their early fusion of funk, soul and rock.

Monday, January 11, 2010

Patterns Of Fairytales

Fleet Foxes (Sub Pop, 2008) is the debut album of the Seattle-based band Fleet Foxes. The album has been one of the most highly acclaimed records of 2008 and reviewers often noted their use of refined lyrics and vocal harmonies. Fleet Foxes received four stars from Rolling Stone, who compared it to the likes of the Beach Boys, Animal Collective, and Crosby, Stills & Nash. The Guardian was particularly complementary, awarding the album five stars and declaring it "a landmark in American music, an instant classic." Fleet Foxes is a five-piece Seattle based band signed to the labels Sub Pop and Bella Union. Principal songwriter Robin Pecknold decided upon the name "Fleet Foxes", suggesting that it was "evocative of some weird English activity like fox hunting". The cover art for Fleet Foxes is the 1559 painting Netherlandish Proverbs (also called The Blue Cloak or The Topsy Turvy World) by Pieter Bruegel the Elder. The quintet describe their music as "baroque harmonic pop jams".

Friday, January 1, 2010

Blips Drips and Strips

"Army of Me" (One Little Indian, 1995) is the first, and leading, single from
Björk's third solo album Post. It is a grinding, industrial tune, punctuated by numerous samples of explosions and lyrics which are encouraging the listener to stop complaining and get on with life — or else. The song also appeared, later in the same year, on the soundtrack of Tank Girl. The bizarre, dream-like music video — featuring a huge truck driven by Björk, a dentist gorilla, and a bomb in an art gallery awaking a dead boyfriend as an exhibit — was directed by Michel Gondry. Middle/ Mars Audiac Quintet (Duophonic) is an album by the post-rock band Stereolab, released in August 1994. During the recording of the album, guitarist Sean O'Hagan left as a full-time member to form his own group, while keyboardist Katharine Gifford was added. Bottom/ A 1975 album from intricate keyboard player Cyrille Verdeaux (who records under the nom de plume Clearlight), Forever Blowing Bubbles (Virgin Records) is the French prog-rock band's follow-up to their breakthrough debut Clearlight Symphony. It covers many contrasting genres including psychedelic, new age, folk, rock and jazz fusion jamming, and the closing track of abstract electronic music experimentation. On the cover of Forever Blowing Bubbles, a cable comes over the horizon, and ends in a disconnected DIN plug lying in the grass, blowing bubbles.