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Thursday, January 27, 2011

Novocaine For The Soul

Philharmonics is the debut studio album by Danish singer-songwriter Agnes Obel. It was released by PIAS Recordings on 4 October 2010 in Denmark, Germany and other European countries. Agnes Caroline Thaarup Obel (born 1981) writes, plays, sings, records and produces all her material herself. She is influenced by artists such as Roy Orbison, Joni Mitchell, John Cale, Sonic Youth, Patti Smith, Joanna Newsom, Kate Bush and also by French composers Claude Debussy, Maurice Ravel and Erik Satie. Philharmonics has garnered generally positive reviews, with James Skinner from BBC saying that "the compositions... are slow, sombre, sepulchral even, but not without a sense of occasionally singular beauty". In Musicomh, Ben Edgell writes: "Obel sings with a hushed and tender grace that waxes wistful and serene over yearning cello, harp, and piano vignettes. She's a fey siren, with a dusky, near-whispered vocal that speaks to Ane Brun or Eva Cassidy." In the French cultural magazine Les Inrockuptibles, Johanna Seban mentions a "disarming purity". All of the songs in Philharmonics - except for "Close Watch" (by John Cale) & "Katie Cruel" (a folk traditional) - are original work. Obel lives in Berlin.

Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Hydrogen Jukebox

Maximum Balloon is the solo album debut of record producer and musician David Andrew Sitek, released on September 21, 2010 on Interscope . Maximum Balloon was number 24 on Rolling Stone's list of the 30 Best Albums of 2010. David Andrew Sitek (born 1972) is a guitarist and record producer based in New York City, best known as a member of the band TV on the Radio. He has also worked with bands such as Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Liars, Foals, and Celebration, and produced free jazz-influenced remixes of songs by artists such as Beck and Nine Inch Nails. He is also a photographer and painter. Though Sitek has collaborated with several Brooklyn-based indie bands he looks upon the indie music movement with skepticism. In an interview with the Danish music magazine Soundvenue he explains that he is dissatisfied with the opportunistic turn music has taken, referring to the self-promoting indie bands moving to Brooklyn only to claim that they are from "the creative mecca" in order to get the attention of music magazines. "Those bands complaining about other bands selling out, got their iPod filled up with illegal music". This may explain why Sitek has settled down on the West coast in Beverly Hills, California. On his solo project Maximum Balloon Sitek collaborates with many of his old friends (among these are Karen O, David Byrne and Kyp Malone from TV on the Radio), whom he claims are still interested in creating beautiful songs, not only songs that the music magazines want to write about, which, he thinks, keeps the music interesting. In April 2008, Sitek was named Number One in NME's Future 50 list of the most forward thinking people in music today.

Tuesday, January 4, 2011

This Ain't No Disco

The front cover of Talking Heads' second album, More Songs about Buildings and Food (Sire, 1978), was conceived and executed by David Byrne. It is a photomosaic of the band made of 529 close-up Polaroid photographs. More Songs about Buildings and Food is Talking Heads' second album, the first of a string of three produced with Brian Eno. Driven by its rhythm section, the band's blend of funky bass, bubblegum, country, reggae and punk influences, with David Byrne's nerdy, off-kilter voice, established the group as a critical success known for their rabid live shows. Bottom/ Created by the notable graphic designer Tibor Kalman to represent the electro-centric direction the band had taken, the cover of Remain In Light (Sire Records, 1980) shows digitally distorted faces of Talking Heads band members. A mind-warping classic produced by Brian Eno, the album features funky African polyrythms. Eno and Byrne released the groundbreaking My Life In The Bush of Ghosts a year later.