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Is One Life Stand (Astralwerks) the most anticipated album of 2010? In some circles it may be, either that or the superhype machine is on full blast.
In truth, Hot Chip have been around for awhile, merging old analog synths with the latest in modern technology to create a pop-friendly sound that got them on Astralwerks in the first place. They’re released three albums and a number of singles and EP’s, which of course means One Life Stand is their fourth album. This British band will be playing throughout Europe early next year, and will hit North America in April.
Unitl then, you can buy the title track right now by heading to iTunes
What you are looking at is the official cover art for Georgie Anne Muldrow‘s forthcoming album, King’s Ballad, to be released by Ubiquity Records on February 9, 2010.
While I have not heard the album in full, I was able to hear some excerpts from it and it is a continuation of the heay soul and funk Muldrow has been known for, although songs like “Morena Del Ray” will definitely catch the ears of many who will discover new sonic pleasures from this singer/songwriter/musician, pleasures that are very close to the innervisions of Stevie Wonder. Despite that bold statement, she isn’t afraid to add a bit of humor and comply with the ways of some artists wanting to rock out. Muldrow wants to take a shower? She writes a song and sings about her shower adventures in “Room Punk!”, which could easily be a Gnarls Barkley outtake.
In other words, Muldrow offers the same trippiness that has become one of her trademarks, but a few new twists will keep old and new fans guessing, which is just what she wants.
With luck, King’s Ballad will be the first of ten new albums from her, but so far we only know of one. The new decade awaits.
The buzz for new music from Sade Adu has been going on for most of 2009. When Maxwell‘s album was released earlier this year, fans knew that since Maxwell and Sade share the same backing band (known in some circles as Sweetback), it was only a matter of time. Many were hopeful that this fall would be when we’d hear a new album. Then it was pushed to February 2010.
However, it seems fan demand has been too much, so a song has surfaced on the internet. It’s already making the rounds on blogs, so it surfaces here too. This is the title track from Sade’s forthcoming album, Soldier Of Love.
N.A.M.B. have been getting a bit of a nice buzz overseas with their electronic-sounding rage, or is that rage-filled electronica? Some have called their sound something not unlike nine inch nails or Flaming Lips. As for what N.A.M.B. stands for, the answer seems to change every time you ask them, so it’s N.A.M.B. for all you now. Their BMAN album is their second, and will be released in the U.S. via Monotreme Records on February 23rd (Monotreme is the label that gave us 65daysofstatic and Jeniferever, both of whom I’ve reviewed in the past.)
But don’t let my words be the only reason to tempt you. Download a song, or watch their music video, and see if you feel a need to become at one with N.A.M.B.
Fans of Chris Schlarb will know that he covers a wide range of music and sounds. Last year he put together the Schlarb Family Christmas Album and made it available for free. The response caught him by surprise, and he was moved to create a new one.
The 2009 Schlarb Christmas album is, as you can see by the above graphic, a tribute to those trendy gents from Liverpool, and I’m not talking about Frankie Goes To Hollywood. It features members of Schlarb’s family, along with some of his music friends.
You can download the Schlarb Family White Christmas Album by going here. Happy Krimble.
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Discovered this book review blog when someone had posted a review of a music book. Went through it and saw a number of books I immediately put on my want list. Created by Maria Popova and features a number of contributors.
Cool slew of goodies from books and diaries to T-shirts, bags and soaps. Now based in Portland.
The show is no more, but you may explore the archives of this great Portland-based podcast while you can. You may now listen to Cort & Bobby in Welcome To That Whole Thing, listed below.