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2010/12/30
Lake of Fire

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Lake of Fire Wikipedia
"Lake of Fire" is a song by the American alternative rock band the Meat Puppets. It appears on their 1983 album, Meat Puppets II and consists of three choruses, punctuated by two verses, in the key of F major.
It was re-recorded as a hidden track on the Too High To Die album, as well as a corresponding single including this version, as well as acoustic and live versions.
The Meat Puppets have played this song at most of their concerts, and even after the Meat Puppets, Curt Kirkwood has performed this song himself at most of his concerts as well as a unique version on a 2005 radio interview with KCXI.

Covers
Along with "Plateau" and "Oh, Me", this song was performed on stage with the popular grunge band Nirvana during Nirvana's MTV Unplugged appearance in 1993. This version appears on Nirvana's 1994 live album, MTV Unplugged in New York.


Meat Puppets - Lake Of Fire

Meat Puppets
The Meat Puppets are an American rock band formed in January 1980, in Phoenix, Arizona. The group's original lineup was Curt Kirkwood (guitar/vocals), his brother Cris Kirkwood (bass guitar), and Derrick Bostrom (drums). The Kirkwood brothers met Bostrom while attending Brophy Prep High School in Phoenix. The three then moved to Tempe, Arizona (a Phoenix suburb and home to Arizona State University) where the Kirkwood brothers purchased two adjacent homes, one of which had a "shed" in the back where they regularly practiced.
One of the more notable groups on the roster of SST Records (who released most of their albums), the Meat Puppets started as a punk rock band, but like most of their SST peers, the Meat Puppets established their own unique style, blending punk with country and psychedelic rock, and featuring Curt's warbling vocals. The Meat Puppets later gained significant exposure when the Kirkwood brothers served as guest musicians on Nirvana's MTV Unplugged performance in 1993. The band's 1994 album Too High to Die subsequently became their most successful release. The band broke up twice, in 1996 and 2002, but reunited again in 2006.
The Meat Puppets have influenced various rock bands such as Nirvana, Dinosaur Jr, Pavement, and Soundgarden. In addition, they are widely recognized as being the originators of meatpuppetry, or disruption of electronic dictionary websites through group vandalism.


Nirvana Lake Of Fire

Where do bad folks go when they die
They don't go to heaven where the angels fly
Go to a lake of fire and fry
See them again 'till the Fourth of July

I knew a lady who came from Duluth
Bitten by a dog with a rabid tooth
She went to her grave just a little too soon
flew away howling on the yellow moon

Where do bad folks go when they die
They don't go to heaven where the angels fly
Go to a lake of fire and fry
See them again 'till the Fourth of July

People cry and people moan
Look for a dry place to call their home
Try to find some place to rest their bones
Of an angels and the devils try to make 'em their own

Where do bad folks go when they die
They don't go to heaven where the angels fly
Go to a lake of fire and fry
See them again 'till the Fourth of July

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COM LAG (2plus2isfive)Wikipedia
COM LAG (2plus2isfive) is the sixth extended play (EP) by English alternative rock group Radiohead, released in March 2004 in Japan and Australia. It is a compilation that collects many of the B-sides from the singles released in support of their 2003 album Hail to the Thief, also including remixes by Cristian Vogel and Four Tet.

Cover art
The speech bubble on the cover says "はい、チーズ。" ("Hai, chiizu."), akin to the English phrase "say cheese". The quote on the back cover of the album "I travelled all over the world. I stayed in the best hotels, visited the best beaches and I had access to beautiful women, champagne and caviar. No, I don't regret a minute of it." is from the spy John Symonds.
In an interview with the Radiohead fansite ateaseweb.com, artist Stanley Donwood, who has designed all artwork for the group since 1994, said of the cover: "We added a Dutch influence by imagining a range of Delftware that featured despotic sperm monsters and genetically modified bears. Also, the packaging will have a very shiny varnish. Like a glaze. I would like to make an entire range: tea pot, gravy boat, etc.- more tea, vicar?"

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Track Listing
1 2+2=5 - (Live At Earls Court, London, 26/11/03)
2 Remyxomatosis - (Christian Vogel remix)
3 I Will - (Los Angeles Version)
4 Paperbag Writer
5 I Am a Wicked Child
6 I Am Citizen Insane
7 Skttrbrain - (Four Tet remix)
8 Gagging Order
9 Fog (Again) - (Live)
10 Where Bluebirds Fly
11 2+2 = 5


Gagging Order


Remyxomatosis (Cristian Vogel Remix)

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dan le sac Vs Scroobius Pip Wikipedia
dan le sac Vs Scroobius Pip are a hip-hop duo, combining electronic beats with sung, spoken, and rapped lyrics. The pair are Daniel Stephens (aka dan le sac; production, programming, keyboards, guitars and backing vocals), and David Peter Meads (aka Scroobius Pip; vocals/rapper). The name "Scroobius Pip" is an intentional misspelling of the Edward Lear poem, The Scroobious Pip. dan le sac originally hails from Corringham and Scroobius Pip from neighbouring Stanford-le-Hope in Essex. Their first single was "Thou Shalt Always Kill". Signed with the Sunday Best record label, dan le sac Vs Scroobius Pip released their debut album in 2008.[1] Titled Angles, it reached 31 in the UK album chart. They released their second album entitled The Logic of Chance on 15 March 2010 on the Sunday Best label.


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Vampire Weekend – “Fight For This Love” (Cheryl Cole Cover)

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"Fight for This Love" is the debut solo single by British recording artist Cheryl Cole from her debut studio album, 3 Words. Initially it was released in the United Kingdom and Ireland as the lead single on 16 October 2009 by Fascination Records however, in 2010 it was also released in Europe as the album's second single through Universal Music. The up-tempo R&B-styled pop song, was written and produced by an American songwriting team consisting of Steve Kipner, Wayne Wilkins and Andre Merrit. The song was offered to Cole in demo form, with male vocals. She spoke of an instant connection to the message of the song as well as the noticeable synthy production. Its style and lyrics are different from that of previous songs released with Girls Aloud. "Fight for This Love" divided music critics; some praised Cole's vocals and the powerful production, noting that it had the potential to be a hit with the clubs while other critics criticised the sluggish verses and weak vocals.
The release was promoted around most of the world at a time when, Cole's marriage to footballer Ashley Cole was breaking down. In the accompanying music video directed by Ray Kay, Cole wears various fashionable outfits and scenes featured different choreographed dance routines. It received mixed comments by media and critics but was praised by one reviewer as "pure artwork".[1] It also drew comparisons to the video for "Put the Needle on It" (2002) by Dannii Minogue. Following her first performance of the song on The X Factor it topped charts in Ireland and the United Kingdom. "Fight for This Love" also achieved success in Europe by topping charts in Norway, Hungary and Denmark. In May 2010 it was certified platinum by the British Phonographic Industry for shipments topping 600,000 units. The song received a BRIT Award nomination in the Best British Single category.

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Cheryl Cole - Fight For This Love

Fight For This Love Lyrics

Too much of anything can make you sick
Even the good can be a curse
Makes it hard to know which road to go down
Knowing too much can get your hurt

Is it better is it worst
Are we sitting in reverse
Its just like we´re going backwards
I know where I want this to go
We´re driving fast but lets go slow
what i dont wanna do is crash no

Just know you´re not in this thing alone
There´s always a place in me that you can call home
Whenever you feel like we´re growing apart
Let´s just go back back back back back to the start

Anything that´s worth having
Is sure enough worth fighting for
Quitings out of the question
When it gets tough gotta fight some more
We gotta fight fight fight fight fight for this love
We gotta fight fight fight fight fight for this love
We gotta fight fight fight fight fight for this love
Its worth having its worth fighting for (Oh)

Now everyday aint gon´ be no picnic
Love aint no walk in the park
All you can do is make the best of it now
Can´t be afraid of the dark

Just know you´re not in this thing alone
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There´s always a place in me that you can call home
Whenever you feel like we´re growing apart
Let´s just go back back back back back to the start

Anything that´s worth having
Is sure enough worth fighting for
Quitings out of the question
When it gets tough gotta fight some more
We gotta fight fight fight fight fight for this love
We gotta fight fight fight fight fight for this love
We gotta fight fight fight fight fight for this love
Its worth having its worth fighting for (Oh)

I don´t know where we´re heading
I´m willing and ready to go
We can´t drive it so fast we just need to slow down
And just roll

Anything that´s worth having
Is sure enough worth fighting for
Quitings out of the question
When it gets tough gotta fight some more
We gotta fight fight fight fight fight for this love
We gotta fight fight fight fight fight for this love
We gotta fight fight fight fight fight for this love
Its worth having its worth fighting for (Oh)

We gotta fight fight fight fight fight for this love
We gotta fight fight fight fight fight for this love
We gotta fight fight fight fight fight for this love
Its worth having its worth fighting for (Oh)

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Dear Time's Waste finally release their highly-anticipated debut album Spells. The brainchild of New Zealander Claire Duncan, Dear Time's Waste cast shapes in the shadows of film music, with a healthy appetite for Lynch and the spaghetti western hauntings of composer Ennio Morricone.

Drawing from the water-coloured wash of 2009's reputed EP Room For Rent, Spells sees Dear Time's Waste take a side step
towards a soundtrack embedded with a multitude of voices, oscillating between a raw whisper and an Elvis impersonation; a suburban street and a spot-lit stage. Private moments are shattered by clatters of bells, as harsh light disguises a familiar face.

Following the alt radio success of the Room For Rent EP, Spells features the singles Blue & Gold and current alternative radio hit These Words Stick Me To You.(http://www.amplifier.co.nz/)

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We caught up with Claire Duncan of Dear Time's Waste on the eve of releasing her debut EP.

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Who is Dear Time's Waste?
Dear Time's Waste developed as a bunch of songs and a sound that I wanted to explore after playing very stripped back music for a couple of years. It's mainly me and with a sort of rotating lineup which sometimes features Djeis and Rikki from Trees (Djeis produced the DTW ep) and Brent from Cut Off Your Hands and my friend Jono Lee. Things all sort of kicked off in about April this year when Djeis and I started working on recording some of my songs together.

What are your influences/inspirations?
I get excited about stories. History, genealogy, ghost stories... I'm pretty interested in varying ideas about life and death, in different cultures and at different times... I like how life and death are these epic, fixed poles between which people live and create. I am also very influenced by physical spaces, certain rooms and environments effect me tremendously and work their way into songs. For me, Dear Time's Waste songs are geographical, they paint aural landscapes and pictures. They are locations. I'd hope that people would hear the music and not so much hear a person singing words and playing guitar, but experience some kind of space, situated somewhere that is real and surreal, familiar and unfamiliar.

What were you listening to at High School?
I started high school at the turn of the millennium, and listened to a heap of different stuff.. I didn't really like much stuff that was coming out at the time. I listened to loads of metal for a while, I really liked Refused. I listened to a lot of Radiohead, Nirvana, Smashing Pumpkins - more stuff that my older brother had listened to at high school five years earlier. I really liked At the Drive In too. The most exciting band for me at High School was probably the Mint Chicks, I remember seeing one of their early shows, and then my sister bought me Octagon Octagon Octagon for Christmas. They had an energy and songs I hadn't seen or heard before from a local band. It was exciting.

What are you currently listening to?
Over the past two years My Bloody Valentine and Deerhunter have become pretty solid favourites. I really love the Beatles, have lately been really getting into Nick Cave and Slowdive.

What is your writing process?
It is different every time, but I usually just pick up guitar and keep playing until something I like comes out. I used to find that I got into a bit of a 'zone' and songs seemed to birth themselves, and now I sort of try to facilitate and manage that space so I can get more out of it. I generally write entire songs and then record later, I like the traditional ritualistic nature of writing like that - but I'm getting into re-writing and re-arranging while recording... getting a computer and protools in my bedroom a few months ago has changed the process a lot for me, I used to drive down to my family's house in Cambridge for a few days and record. It was a nice clean separation, and I loved listening to what I'd done on repeat in my car on the drive home, either getting excited or having a big cringe.

Your Dream Collaboration?
Right now maybe Bradford Cox, or Flood, he produced some of my favourite records

You are just about to release your first EP – tell us a little about this?
I started recording earlier this year with Djeisan Suskov (who has produced it). We did the whole things in his flat in Remuera which is this huge old house that used to be a hospice for old people. It was great working with Djeis because for a long time I've been recording on my own, so it was exciting to have someone to bounce off. We both came to it pretty casually, it was a really natural and spontaneous process, we tried out loads of different ideas and sort of whittled things down. There were some pretty magic moments when the sounds clicked together. It ended up taking ages cause I went overseas for a while and Djeis has been really busy with other projects (Trees as well as producing Mean St and Brand New Math among others), but it was good having time to stand back and reassess things throughout it.

Are you signed to a label or self-releasing the EP?
Self-releasing.

When can people expect to get their hands on it?
I'm working towards early-mid February

When are you playing next?
Trying to book a show for January

Where's your favourite place to play?
I don't think I've ever played anywhere I really liked. SFBH in Wellington was a really nice space with good sound.

Your favourite show so far?
Probably the Kings Arms show on the Cut Off Your Hands tour in November, we arrived about an hour before I was supposed to play as our flight from Wellington was delayed numerous times. NO sound check, mic problems, but it all came together and felt really good. The Christchurch show was also cool cause the crowd was so supportive despite none of them knowing who the hell we were.

The state of music in NZ is…
Where is this State of Music? I don't think I've ever been.

The future holds…?
More songs hopefully, if I get given some.


These Words Stick Me To You

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Wikipedia Reckoner Music video
The official music video for "Reckoner" is Virtual Lasagna's submission to a video contest conducted by Aniboom. The video was chosen on 1 October 2008. The video depicts a situation in which a place filled with greenery is being replaced with structures which hints at the gradual depletion the world's forests for human benefit.

Reckoner
You can't take it with yer
Dancing for your pleasure

You are not to blame for
Bittersweet distractor
Dare not speak it's name
Dedicated to all human beings

Because we separate like ripples on a blank shore
In rainbows
Because we separate like ripples on a blank shoree

Reckoner
Take me with yer
Dedicated to all human beings

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Your Southern Can Is Mine" (William Samuel "Blind Willie" McTell)

Blind Willie McTell Wikipedia
Blind Willie McTell (May 5, 1898 – August 19, 1959) was an influential African-American blues musician and songwriter, who sang and accompanied himself on the guitar. He was a twelve-string finger picking Piedmont blues guitarist, and recorded 149 songs between 1927 and 1956.

Influence
One of McTell's most famous songs, "Statesboro Blues", has often been considered by The Allman Brothers Band's fans to be one of their earliest signature songs. A short list of some of the artists who also perform it include Taj Mahal, David Bromberg, and Ralph McTell, who changed his name on account of liking the song. Jack White of The White Stripes considers McTell an influence (their 2000 album De Stijl was dedicated to him and featured a cover of his song "Southern Can Mama"), Bob Dylan has paid tribute to McTell on at least four occasions: Firstly in his 1965 song "Highway 61 Revisited" in the second verse, which begins, "Georgia Sam he had a bloody nose," referring to one of Blind Willie McTell's many recording names; later in "Blind Willie McTell" (recorded in 1983 but released on The Bootleg Series Volumes 1-3 in 1991); then with covers of McTell's "Broke Down Engine" and "Delia" on his 1993 album World Gone Wrong. In his song "Po'Boy", off the 2001 album Love & Theft, Dylan again paid homage to McTell by appropriating the line "had to go to Florida dodging them Georgia laws" directly from the latter's "Kill It Kid".
A blues bar in Atlanta is named after him, and regularly features blues musicians and bands. A blues festival in McTell's honor is held annually in his birthplace, Thomson, Georgia.
"The Band" also sings about him on the album "Songs of Jericho"
A new stage production about Blind Willie McTell will premier at the Averritt Arts Center in Willie's hometown of Statesboror, GA in the summer of 2011. The show is "Blind Willie: The Musical."


Southern Can Is Mine (Blind Willie McTell, October 1931) Ragtime Guitar Legend

Now lookie here momma, let me explain ya dis
You wanna get crooked I'll even give you my fist
You might read from Revelation, back to Genisis
You keep forgettin' your southern can belongs to me

So there ain't no use in bringin' no jive to me
Your southern can is mine
In the mornin'
Your southern can belongs to me

You might go uptown, have me arrested put in jail
Some hotshots got money gonna pull my bail
Soon as I get out, hit the ground
Your southern can is worth a doller a half a pound

So there aint no use in bringin no jive to me
Your southern can is mine
Talkin' about it
Your southern can belongs to me

You might take it from the south baby, hide it up north
Understand you can't rule me and be my boss
Take from the east, hide it in the west
But when I get you momma your can'll see no rest

So there ain't no use in bringin no jive to me
Your southern can is mine
I'm screamin'
Your southern can belongs to me

Now baby ashes to ashes, sand to sand
When I hit you momma then you'll feel my hand
Give you a punch through that barbed wire fence
When I hit you baby, you know I make no sense

There aint no use in bringin no jive to me
Your southern can is mine
I know it
Your southern can belongs to me

Well then look here woman, don't get hot
I'm gettin' me a brick outta my backyard

There aint no use in bringin no jive to me
Your southern can is mine
I'm talkin' about it
Your southern can belongs to me

Well if I catch you momma down in the heart of town
Gonna grab me a brick and tear your can on down

There aint no use in bringin no jive to me
Your southern can is mine
I know it
Your southern can belongs to me

You may get bed sick cuz baby you're graveyard bound
Gonna make you moan like a graveyard hound
Now baby

There aint no use in bringin no jive to me
Your southern can is mine
I'm screamin'
Your southern can belongs to me

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The Big Three Killed My Baby Wikipedia
"The Big Three Killed My Baby" is the third track on The White Stripes, the eponymous debut of the Detroit-based American garage rock band The White Stripes. It was released in March 1999 as a 7" single, the first from the album. A live recording of the song is featured on Under Blackpool Lights; the band's first official DVD release. The single is backed with "Red Bowling Ball Ruth".
"The Big Three" refers to the three major automakers in the 1950s and 1960s: Ford, Chrysler and General Motors. The song is an attack on these companies, relating to the fall of labor unions in the 1960s.[citation needed] Jack White has stated in interviews that he does not believe music to be a viable medium for political messages and until the 2007 release of "Icky Thump" (which criticizes American immigration policy) it was the White Stripes' only political song of note. The song mentions "Tucker's blood", a reference to Preston Tucker's ill-fated Tucker Torpedo. More recently, The White Stripes have performed the song live with alternate lyrics referring to the Iraq War: "Bush's hands are turning red... and I found out your baby is dead."
The photo that the band is standing in front of on the single's cover has a note on it, which reads "Insert your money here".

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The Big Three Killed My Baby
Jack: "I'm pretty fed up with cars; don't know what you call it when Buddhist monks whip themselves, but I have that on my hand, I have three hose clamps on my hand, for the Big Three. And somebody just made me a necklace with a piece off a piece of machinery that says 'Property of Ford Motor Company.' I have a big hatred for that, for having spent so much money and time on something that hasn't changed in over a hundred years, same design of the engine in a car, it's not progressing at all. That's why I say, 'Don't let them tell you the future's electric/Because gasoline's not measured in metric.' The idea that they won't make any money if they make a good car. Kind of a shame. That's where we're from, that's what this whole town is about. Everybody works for the car company, and that's what I do, I work on commercials filming for the car companies. And it's a tremendous waste of money."

Jack: "I just can't stand cars. I think they are the worst money pits and killing machines of all time. Every car I've ever had has broken down, like, every week (points to 2 rings and bracelet). These are hose clamps from a car engine. I wear them as a symbol. I wanted to organize an anti-automotive festival in Detroit, but it never came together. It's such a farce. The companies are so tied in with the oil companies. For God's sake, we have wars over the oil to put gas in our cars."
jack: "Everybody, all they do is spend all their money on the car companies," he said. "It seems to be this thing that everybody just accepts, like that's the way it's gonna be, and nobody complains about it. I don't understand it." Jack: "The funny thing about that song is that we played that on a local public television channel here in Detroit a few months ago and they asked us to play two other ones. In the end, they wouldn't air 'The Big Three Killed My Baby.' They were sponsored by Chrysler."

Jack: "Most of the time I don't care at all about [politics]. I never voted for president because I don't care for it. "The Big 3 Killed My Baby" [a song from an earlier album] hits home because of where we're from and how much I think the big three [auto companies] rip off everyone. It seems really funny to me that nobody cares. The car has been ruining my life at all times Interesting Fact: Michael Moore (Roger & Me, Bowling For Columbine) uses this song as the intro for many of his speaking engagements. Sidenote on this theme: The cover of The Big Three Killer My Baby single has Jack and Meg standing next to a picture of a car engine, with sign "Insert Money Here" taped to the engine.


The Big Three Killed My Baby (Live)

the big three killed my baby
no money in my hand again
the big three killed my baby
nobodys coming home again

their ideas make me wanna spit
a hundred dollars goes down the pit
thirty-thousand wheels a rollin
and my stick shift hands are swollen
everything involved is shady
the big three killed my baby yeah yeah yeah

the big three killed my baby
no money in my hand again
the big three killed my baby
nobodys comin home again

why dont cha take the day off and try to repair
a billion others don't seem to care
better ideas are stuck in the mud
the motor's runnin on tucker's blood
dont let 'em tell you the future's electric
cuz gasoline not measured in metric
thirty-thousand wheels a spinnin
and oil company faces are grinnin
and now my hand are turnin red
and i found out my baby is dead yeah yeah yeah

the big three killed my baby
no money in my hand again
the big three killed my baby
nobody's comin home again

well i've said it now
nothings changed
people are burnin for pocket change
and creative minds are lazy
and the big three killed my baby yeah yeah yeah
and my baby's my common sense
so dont feed me planned obsolescence
and my baby's my common sense

yeah im about to have another blow up

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2010/12/10
Seth Frightening

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EMJ Top 20 Releases of 2010
1 Seth Frightening- The Prince and His Madness
Seth Frightening’s talent was recognised earlier in the year by Jonsi (lead singer of Icelandic pop band Sigur Ros), who asked him to go on tour throughout Australia, but he’s hardly been recognized at home, until now. The Prince and His Madness is an album that you instantly fall for, and it seems as if everyone who bought it or witnessed Seth Frightening play live did so. Sean Kelly, the man behind the madness has the ability and the voice to stand alongside the best musicians in the folk genre. He’s been compared to Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon, and it’s a fair comparison to make. Both have strong, explosive voices, a unique quality missing in many modern folk musicians, and it’s a quality that has defined the genre throughout time, from Woody Guthrie to Daniel Johnston. The Prince and His Madness is unmistakably brilliant; Kelly’s voice is strong and focused, delivering tortured tales of war and injustice, self-possession and discovery. His voice is perfectly produced with a subtle delay effect to enchant and enhance each note, while his guitar and banjo playing is sliced together to form a wonderfully warm backdrop, that at times erupts violently into a dashing emotional outpouring. Drums scattered throughout the album and minimal electronics on a couple of tracks keep it balanced and modern. The Prince and His Madness was recorded using a laptop microphone and was released independently in January 2010 by Sonorous Circle, a label co-owned by Kelly, Thomas Lambert and Matt Faisandier. For a release with such a limited distribution, The Prince and His Madness has managed to achieve acclaim without really trying; it has gained love for all the right reasons, for being a twisted, unique piece of work that’s sincere from start to finish.




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‘To Lee, With Love, Nick’ A Tribute to Alexander McQueen By Nick Knight December 8th, 2010
At this weeks British Fashion Awards Alexander McQueen was given ‘The Outstanding Achievement in Fashion’ Award, this follows on from the news that New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art will hold an Exhibition to honor McQueen in 2011. Back to the British Fashion awards and Nick Knight directed this video with an original score by Bjork to pay tribute.

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To Lee, With Love, Nick - A Tribute to Alexander McQueen By Nick Knight

Alexander McQueen Fall Winter 2010/2011



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Hisham Bharoocha and Benjamin MySpace Bio
Soft Circle has recently become a duo with Hisham Akira Bharoocha and Ben Vida (Town and Country/Singer/Bird Show). This music project came about after Hisham left his former band, Black Dice, in search of a new way to create music by himself. Through modern music technology he has been able to create a way to perform on his own, where he records and loops sounds live and then adds drums and singing. Bharoocha started out making tribal/electronic/ambient anthems that forged paths between the spirit world and the human tribes of past and present. His new sound is still based on his fascination with repetition, cyclical rhythms and trance inducing sounds, but has gone further into the direction of heavy beats and more solidified song structures, even using lyrics as a new means to communicate. Soft Circle's first album 'Full Bloom' was released in 2007 on Eastern Developments, the most current release is a split 12 inch with High Places on the label PPM that is out now. Currently Hisham is working on his next full length album with Ben Vida which is scheduled to be released in the Spring of 2010. Bharoocha has toured with such bands as Boredoms, No Age, and High Places. Bharoocha was the musical director for the now legendary 77 BOADRUM performance, a musical composition composed by Boredoms, which involved 77 drummers playing 77 drum kits in a spiral formation at Empire Fulton Ferry State Park on July 7th, 2007. In addition he was also the musical director for this year's 88 Boadrum performance which happened on August 8th, 2008 with 88 drummers playing with Boredoms in Los Angeles, as well as 88 drummers playing with Gang Gang Dance in New York City on the same day. ..

Members:
Hisham Akira Bharoocha: Drums, vocals, guitar, electronic percussion Ben Vida: Guitar, synth
Sounds Like:
Morphing and melting memories shaped into blissful lightscapes of the past and present
Record Label:
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Soft Circle last.fm Biography
Soft Circle consists of one member, Hisham Akira Bharoocha. Bharoocha has played in such groups as Lightning Bolt and Black Dice, and is also an accomplished visual artist and photographer. Soft Circle is his first solo music project. Soft Circle’s goal is to create pure sonic vibrations that come from within. He has one album, entitled ‘Full Bloom’ that was released in 2007 on Eastern Developments. Bharoocha is also a member of Pixeltan, “life metal” band Colossal Caverns, and acoustic trance trio USUN.

Hisham Bharoocha Wikipedia
Hisham Akira Bharoocha was born in Nidata, Japan and is an ex-member of the Providence, Rhode Island bands Lightning Bolt and Black Dice. Currently, Bharoocha is involved in his solo band Soft Circle, and as an artist in New York City.

Current Activity
Bharoocha has moved to New York City, and is actively involved in the music scene. Bharoocha was part of the short-lived project Among Natives, and has since created his own one-man band called Soft Circle. He also plays drums and provides electronics for Pixeltan. Hisham participated as drummer 4 in the Boredoms 77 Boadrum performance which occurred on July 7, 2007 at the Empire-Fulton Ferry State Park in Brooklyn, New York.
On 8/8/2008, Hisham performed in the 88 Boadrum, a concert at La Brea Tar Pits in Los Angeles. The concert was composed by Japanese noise band the Boredoms, with Hisham as the project's artistic director.
In July 2009 Hisham released a split 12 inch with High Places on the label PPM.
In 2009 Ben Vida- formerly of Town & Country and currently of Singer & Birdshow, joined Soft Circle. A new album entitled "Shore Obsessed" is to be released November 6, 2010.
Hisham is currently collaborating with Sonic Youth's Kim Gordon, model Erin Wasson, No Age, Opening Ceremony, Maria Cornejo, & United Bamboo on a line of sunglasses called Phosphorescence.


Don't Just Stand There

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109. Best Long Form Music Video
For video album packages consisting of more than one song or track. Award to the Artist and to the Video Director/Producer of at least 51% of the total playing time.
No Distance Left To Run
Blur
Will Lovelace, Dylan Southern & Giorgio Testi, video directors; Thomas Benski, Laura Collins & Lucas Ochoa, video producers
[Parlophone/EMI]
When You're Strange
(The Doors)
Tom Dicillo, video director; John Beug, Jeff Jampol, Peter Jankowski & Dick Wolf, video producers
[Eagle Vision]
The Greatest Ears In Town: The Arif Mardin Story
(Arif Mardin)
Doug Biro & Joe Mardin, video directors; Doug Biro & Joe Mardin, video producers
[Nunoise Records]
Rush: Beyond The Lighted Stage
Rush
Sam Dunn & Scot McFadyen, video directors; Sam Dunn & Scot McFadyen, video producers
[Zoe]
Under Great White Northern Lights
The White Stripes
Emmett Malloy, video director; Ian Montone & Mike Sarkissian, video producers
[Third Man/Warner Bros.]



White Moon [Under Great White Northern Lights]

"White Moon"

White moon, white moon
Breaks open the tomb
Of a deserted cartoon that I wrote
Creature come, creature, creature
My own double feature
As I'm warming the bleachers at home

Well, my nose keeps on bleeding
'Cause it's rita I'm needing
I better call out a meeting of the boys
Of the boys
My friends are all dying
And death can't be lying
It's the truth and it don't make a noise

Oh Rita, oh Rita
If you lived in mesita
I would move you with the beat of a drum
And this picture is proof
That although you're aloof
You had the shiniest tooth 'neath the sun

Easy come, easy go
Be a star of the show
I'm giving up all I know to get more
To get more
Photograph the picture
Young grunt pin-up scripture
For locker-tagged memories of war

A mirage, this garage
And a photo montage
And a finger massage from the host
Good lord, good lord
The one I adore
And I cannot afford is a ghost
Is a ghost

Proto-social is the word
And the word is the bird
That flew through the herd in the snow
In the snow
Lemonade me, then grade me
Then deliver my baby
And if my friends all persuade me, I'll go

Blink, blink at me Rita
Don't you know I'm a bleeder?
And I promised I wouldn't lead her on
But she met me, then led me
And I ate what was fed me
'Til I purged every word in this song

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2010/12/02
Delorean Real Love

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Pitchfork:Delorean"Real Love"[True Panther]
If you've yet to discover the warm-weather joys of Delorean's latest album, Subiza, its latest single, "Real Love", makes for an excellent entry point to the Barcelona group's Ibiza-inspired jams. All of Delorean's signature sonic elements are here: a skittering beat punctuated by wordless, chipmunked vocal clips; stabs of Italian-house piano; and shimmering synth flourishes that explode like fireworks throughout the track's runtime. But the euphoric melody and production suddenly come into stark contrast with the more pensive lyrics, as frontman Ekhi Lopetegi intones, "Will we ever meet again? Will we ever?" When the song's elements break down into a sun-bleached bridge of seagull cries, ocean breeze, and woodwinds, though, it sounds like a glimmer of hope hiding behind those uncertain sentiments-- a hope finally realized in the rapturous climax when Lopetegi's words seem to fail him and the track winds down on a series of cascading "ahhs."

Delorean- Real Love by matadorrecs


Real Love

It’s sad and it hurts.
The deeper it is, the harder it gets to gently say bye
It’s sad and it hurts.
The deeper it is, the harder it gets to gently say bye

Will we ever meet again, will we ever?
Feel our hearts hardly beating, will they ever?
Stop beating, break apart, will we ever?
Lose all our hope, hope to get lost - want to fade

Will we ever meet again, will we ever?
Feel our hearts hardly beating, will they ever?
Stop beating, break apart, will we ever?
Lose all our hope, hope to get lost - want to fade

It’s sad and it hurts.
The deeper it is, the harder it gets to gently say bye

Will we ever meet again, will we ever?
Feel our hearts hardly beating, will they ever?
Stop beating, break apart, will we ever?
Lose all our hope, hope to get lost - want to fade

Will we ever meet again, will we ever?
Feel our hearts hardly beating, will they ever?
Stop beating, break apart, will we ever?
Lose all our hope, hope to get lost - want to fade

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