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Mean Lady

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Far Away
When you're far across the ocean
Far away, far away
I will call your name
When it's far enough to matter
It's a shame, it's a shame, it's a shame
I will call your name

And I won't keep you waiting, won't keep you long my love
And I'll hang all your pictures, hang all your pictures above
And when I'm old enough to marry
What I'll do, what I'll do, what I'll do
I will marry you

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Sun Glitters

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last.fm Sun Glitters Biography
Sun Glitters is the result after manyyears of sound research through different genres under the moniker Sug(r)cane since 1998.
Sun Glitters sound is an ocean of lush melodies, pitch-shifted vocal samples, ghostly digi-diva choirs, warm bass melodies driven by alternately dense and relaxing beatwork combinations between downtempo and wonky beats.

released 11 March 2011

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Stereogum Presents... Enjoyed: A Tribute to Björk's Post
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Björk: The Stereogum Interview here
“Army Of Me” sounds huge, this massive sorta opener. Had you envisioned the track sounding so big at the start of its composition?
I had written two tracks with Graham Massey before I did Debut: “Army Of Me” and “The Modern Things.” Then I met Nellee Hooper and we ended up doing a whole album’s worth of stuff together, so I decided to keep those two songs, wait, and put them on the next album. Post then ended up being more schizophrenic with collaborations of a lot of people, so it was a better match.

Graham came up with ["Army Of Me's"] bass riff. I had written that melody earlier in Iceland. It matched very well together, I felt. I then did the sarcastic scratch noises in the chorus with a coin on a deep bass string that Graham sampled for me.

It’s a great opener ― a call for hard-ass self-sufficiency ― especially considering later tracks like “Possibly Maybe” or “It’s Oh So Quiet,” where another person, or a gentler set of emotions, come into play.
My younger brother was having a bit of a crazy period at the time, so I wrote this for him. It is sort of a big sister telling little brother off song. The other song I have written for him is “Where Is The Line” on Medúlla. It was written under similar circumstances emotionally.

Lyrically, what went into “Hyperballad”? How did you come up with the idea for the story it tells?
I think it was a dream I dreamt…

“The Modern Things” reminds me of themes picked back up on Volta: The inevitability and destruction of technology. Unlike “Declare Independence,” where we’re reminded we can plant a flag and start our own state, “The Modern Things” ends ominously, these objects taking over. When you wrote it, what were your thoughts on the line: “It’s their turn now”?
I guess it has some tongue sticking out in it. Cheeky. Kinda reminding the humans not to be too sure of themselves.

“It’s Oh So Quiet” still shocks with its Busby Berkeley/showtune stylistic differences from what comes before it. How did you decide to cover Betty Hutton?
It was the last song we did. Just to make it absolutely certain that the album would be as schizophrenic as possible, that every song would be a shock.

“Enjoy” and “You’ve Been Flirting Again” both have mysterious or open-ended lyrics. Are they to be seen as some sort of pairing? The idea of sex without touching and flirting?
Hmmm, at least I wasn’t conscious of it … but there was a lot of flirting going on.

Lyrically, “Enjoy” feels central to Post’s storylines: A need for the tactile, exploration, etc. Do you remember what/who inspired the song?
I guess it went with the mood of the album, to be greedy, to be eager to consume a city … to merge. Promiscuous musically and city-ally.

Can you briefly discuss “You’ve Been Flirting Again”’s lyrics? There’s a weightiness to the words that’s quite different than the playfulness of the title.
I guess the title is taking the piss out off myself more than anything else. Hmmm … It is hard to pin it down … I guess that is the nature of flirting, it is ambiguous and slippery. The lyrics are an attempt to describe that.

Like “Hyperballad,” “Isobel” has a visually rich narrative: What’s the story behind it?
On most of my albums there has been one mythical song, [a] kinda literature based thing. And I have usually asked my friend poet/author Sjón to help me with the lyrics on that one. To make it epic. For me there is continuity from “Human Behaviour” ― “Isobel” ― “Bachelorette” ― “Oceania” ― “Wanderlust.” I guess it is slightly autobiographical but times one hundred. A heightened mythical state. Which I believe we all have … it just depends from what angle we look at ourselves from…

Opposed to the content solitude of “Isobel” there’s “Possibly Maybe.” Who’d you have in mind when you wrote “mon petit vulcan”?
An impossible Frenchman. I guess I was taking the piss out of myself after breaking up with a boyfriend ― how your mouth misses kissing.

The last lines ― “I’ll suck my tongue / as a remembrance of you” ― create a strong image. Do you remember how you came up with it?
I just thought it was kinda comical to walk around sucking ones tongue.

“I Miss You” is highly percussive. To bring up Volta again ― this has the percussive quality of some of those songs.
Volta is definitely for me very related to post. Similarly scatterbrainy. Searching for new things.

Who was “I Miss You” written for?
No one in particular. It’s a math thing. A play with words.

“Cover Me” seems to extend the quest of “I Miss You”: “I’m going to prove the possible (and then impossible) really exists…”
When me and Nellee decided to work together again on Post, I wrote this to him. I guess I was trying to make fun of myself, how dangerous i manage sometimes to make album making. And trying to lure him into it. but it is also a admiration thing from me to him. I wouldn’t have trusted anyone else.

Lyrically, “Headphones” finds sleep ― “genius to fall asleep to your tape last night.” It’s also quieter than most of the record, outside of “Cover Me.” Are we supposed to see Post as the tape that saved the protagonist’s life? The album opens with “Army Of Me” (relying on no one but your own self) and ends with “Headphones” (relying on these headphones, a tape someone else made).
It was written to Graham Massey as a thank you. He was the best tape maker there was. He would make compilation cassettes and I would play them non stop. But, of course, it is also a love letter to sound. The sound of sound. Resonances, frequencies, silences and such … a music-worship thing.


Wild Beasts Smother

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Wikipedia Smother
Smother is the upcoming and third studio album by British indie rock band Wild Beasts. The album is due for release May 10 in the U.S. and May 9 in the UK.
According to the band, the album represents a more synth-oriented sound, influenced by "moving to Dalston", brazilian writer Clarice Lispector, noise pop duo Fuck Buttons and Mary Shelley's book, Frankenstein.

Track listing
Lion's Share
Bed of Nails
Loop the Loop
Reach a Bit Further
End Come Too Soon

domono page here
Following on from the success of their critically acclaimed and mercury nominated second album Two Dancers, Wild Beasts are preparing to unveil the next chapter in their career with the release of their much anticipated new album, Smother, on May 10, 2011.

Never ones to conform, on Smother Wild Beasts have almost gone inwards, embracing their more electronic influences to create a collection of deeply intense and personal songs that pulse with quiet storm sensuality. The result of a heavy six week period of writing in East London, tied in with a month of recording the record in remotest Wales with long term collaborator Richard Formby co-producing, Smother is very much so an album in the traditional sense; 10 evocative songs that sound as if they couldn't exist anywhere outside of this record. Delicate, yet bold, Smother is the kind of record that quietly grabs a hold of you and doesn't let go and confirms what so many people have always suspected of Wild Beasts; that they are a truly special, unique British band who aren't afraid to wander into unfamiliar territories.

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Stand UP for Japan Charity Evening

Radiohead.com Page here

UPDATE via Radiohead.com:
Record Store Day
You may have heard that tomorrow we will be releasing two tracks, Supercollider and The Butcher on 12" vinyl through participating stores for Record Store Day.

This vinyl will also available in the USA & Canada on the 14th June.

Unfortunately, due to err…unforeseen circumstances that we didn't foresee, some of the vinyl have the labels on the wrong way around. It is too late to recall the vinyl and stick them on the right way round, so here is a copy of the labels for those of you who wish to download, print, cut out and stick on yourself with pritt stick (other glues are available) thus correcting the error. Or we could just rename the songs.

Apologies for any confusion caused and have a happy Record Store Day.

The Butcher

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ballade de johnny-jane Arctic Monkeys - My Propeller Page here

Suck It and SeeWikipedia
Suck It and See is the fourth studio album by English indie rock band Arctic Monkeys to be released 6 June 2011, following their 2011 North American tour. The band worked with producer James Ford on this album and promise a more "vintage" style. The music video for "Brick by Brick" was released shortly before the album details were revealed on March 10. Matt Helders, who sings most of the lyrics to the song, however confirmed that "Brick by Brick" will not be the lead single.On March 19, 2011, in an interview with NME Helders revealed that Suck It and See will feature "some songs a bit more instant. A bit more poppy, certainly, than Humbug was."
It was revealed on March 30 that three thousand vinyl copies of "Don't Sit Down 'Cause I've Moved Your Chair" would be released worldwide by the band as part of Record Store Day on April 16. The following day it was confirmed on the band's official website that the track would be the album's lead single and that it would be available with B-sides "The Blond-O-Sonic Shimmer Trap" and "I.D.S.T." from May 30.
Zane Lowe will play the album's lead single during his acclaimed Radio 1 show on April 11, a world exclusive.
The band settled on "Suck It and See" as the title after debating between titles such as "The Rain-Shaped Shimmer Trap", "The Thunder-Suckle Fuzz Canyon", "The Blondo-Matic Rape Alarm", and "Thriller", according to the NME.

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played a song Wet Gold by The Octopus Project on @Myspace http://lnk.ms/LpDDG
04-13 16:22

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Download new @Battles track Ice Cream (feat Matias Aguayo) → #GLOSSDROP album artwork → http://bttls.com
04-11 12:21

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played a song The Cubic Centimeters by Cryptesthesia on @Myspace http://lnk.ms/MhtmF
04-09 16:48

played a song Squash Opera! by Cryptesthesia on @Myspace http://lnk.ms/LgrDZ
04-09 16:46

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played a song Equal Pulse by alise joste on @Myspace http://lnk.ms/Lb528
04-06 22:53

played a song #27 by alise joste on @Myspace http://lnk.ms/MZSK1
04-06 15:47

played a song Death Bed by alise joste on @Myspace http://lnk.ms/MZS9v
04-06 15:44

played a song Salty & Harsh by alise joste on @Myspace http://lnk.ms/MZRxj
04-06 15:40

played a song The First Draft by alise joste on @Myspace http://lnk.ms/MZRjn
04-06 15:36

played a song Fragile noises by alise joste on @Myspace http://lnk.ms/LZhD6
04-06 15:33

iN: Jewellers http://t.co/uYHxcwN
04-06 09:58

Alice Joste

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Latvia Wikipedia
Latvia, officially the Republic of Latvia (Latvian: Latvijas Republika), is a country in the Baltic region of Northern Europe. It is bordered to the north by Estonia (border length 343 km), to the south by Lithuania (588 km), to the east by the Russian Federation (276 km), and to the southeast by Belarus (141 km).[3] Across the Baltic Sea to the west lies Sweden. The territory of Latvia covers 64,589 km2 (24,938 sq mi) and it has a temperate seasonal climate.

Alise Joste last.fm
Alise (full name, Alise Joste) is an acoustic indie folk singer-songwriter from Rīga, Latvia.

She is often seen on stage with other Latvian singer-songwriters like Goran Gora, Martin Confused and Kārlis Kazāks amongst others. Alise is still a dark horse among Latvian music critics and media, but her introverted and sad music has earned her a lot of admirers in indie scene.


Sailors Daughter

Sailors Daughter by alisejoste

A Thousand Questions

A Thousand Questions by alisejoste

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played a song 春の日 秋の日 by Lilac on @Myspace http://lnk.ms/MKg6C
04-05 16:09

Stereolab's Laetitia Sadier Goes Solo (via @pitchforkmedia) http://t.co/KqsbQZR
04-05 15:58

listen: Panda Bear ? Tomboy [full album stream] | GORILLA VS. BEAR http://t.co/rNUfmWO via @gorillavsbear
04-05 15:51

Panda Bear Tomboy

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The new solo album from Animal Collective's Panda Bear.
npr music Check it out here. (via Gorilla vs. Bear) Listen♪
Album: Tomboy
Artist: Panda Bear
Label: Paw Tracks
Released: 2011

01 You Can Count on Me
02 Tomboy
03 Slow Motion
04 Surfers Hymn
05 Last Night at The Jetty
06 Drone
07 Alsatian Darn
08 Scheherezade
09 Friendship Bracelet
10 Afterburner
11 Benfica

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RADIOHEAD Dead Air Space here


for a while I have felt the need to write something for our fans, I am very fond of japan and feel awful seeing what has happened since the earthquake and tsunami...
my friends in Tokyo tell me there are now big powercuts and though the city is still functioning there is a lot of re-evaluating going on. Tokyo the temple to light and power is something different now.
that such a fast paced hyperkinetic place can be brought to it's knees is shocking even before the worries over radiation from the reactors.
it is hard to imagine how it must feel
to have witnessed such devastation by mother nature and so many dead .. and. I think a lot about the rest of japan and how it will rebuild itself. how much of a struggle and a leap of faith the Japanese will have to make.

I'm told that in the rest of japan life is carrying on almost normally but rebuilding what has been lost is going to be a massive job.
I hope that the Japanese people we have met over the years are not freaking out, and I like to think the way japan comes out of this will be an inspiration to us all.


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1.Everything is One 00:57
2.Tape 04:31
3.Light Leave Me 06:43
4.Weightless 02:26
5.Amber 04:51
6.Forward Life 06:33
7.Play 01:22
8.To Live in Your Pocket 03:12
9.You Don't Know 03:00
10.Shape Up 04:35
11.Bell Tap 04:12

Jewellers Page here
Sleep Education
released 05 March 2011
Artwork by Dean Howe / www.deanhowe.com
Produced by Gareth Leaman and Gareth Young


Dean Howe Page www.deanhowe.com
Artists Statement

Photography and the artist's bookwork are
tools for exploring philosophy and art theory.
The indexical sign, ontology of photography
and phenomena of perception are a few of the
areas encountered through integrating theory
and practice.
I am inspired by, amongst many others, the
work of; herman de vries, Thomas Ruff, Erwin
Wurm, Jeff Wall, Paul Graham and Dalziel and
Scullion. I am only just begining to scratch
the surface of the writings of Mealeau-Ponty,
Deleuze and Guattari and am exploring indepth
the collected essays included in Where is the
Photograph? including Peter Osbourne, Laura
Mulvey, David Green and Joanna Lowry, Peter
Shiff, Steve Edwards, Pavel Buchler, David
Campany, Geoffrey Batchen and Olivier Richon.
In the near future I plan to continue
my studies to masters degree level.

Curriculum Vitae

2010 Graduating Ba Hons Fine Art
University of Plymouth UK.

2007 Work placement Ping Magazine
Harajuku, Tokyo, Japan.

2006 International Scholarship
Bisen College of Art and Design
Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan.

2006 Work placement Designboom
Designers Mart 100%Design Festival Tokyo.

2005 Solo exhibition of sculpture
Marmalade Gallery Oxford, UK.

2004 Graduated Foundation Art & Design
St.Martins College of Art & Design London.

2003 Graduated A-levels in Fine Art
and Design and Technology.
Harrow School London.

Jewellers - Light Leave Me from Jewellers on Vimeo.