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Woodhands are an electronic duo from Toronto, Canada whose instrumental focus consists of keyboards and drums.
What they do with it however is a very energetic mix of powerful vocals and motivating lyrics that has already pushed audiences over the edge at venues. The group’s 2009 debut album, Heart Attack, was praised by a number of critics but they’re ready to surpass that and take critics fans over that edge again with their new album, Remosecapade. Like their last album, Woodhands worked with Paper Bag Records for this one, and the label will do what it takes to make people become Woodhands devotees. The album has already been released digitally in Canada, and will hit the U.S. MP3 circuits on Tuesday, February 23rd. For those who prefer hard copy, the vinyl and compact disc will present themselves on March 23rd, you can pre-order your copies directly from Paper Bag by clicking here. Samples of songs from Remosecapade can be found on their MySpace page.
Woodhands are Dan Werb and Paul Banwatt are ready to meet you and/or your of-age daughters, because they know love is a battlefield. Meet them halfway.
The Extraordinaries is a new website that looks for interactivity to help others find what they want in the most efficient way. The website states that they allow people (users) “to complete micro-tasks for organizations, causes or people they’re passionate about, using a mobile phone or web browser, in a few minutes of spare time.” The website puts up a number of different tasks and missions, everying from collecting information for a research project to looking for specific images of interest.
One mission that was of interest to me was where someone was looking for the best independent record stores. It wasn’t location specific, so if you have a favorite spot that you like to buy music from, add in your two cents by clicking here. You can also add your own pictures to the mission and map things out so that others can plan their record trips.
2010 marks the 15th year of Josh Wink‘s label Ovum, so he will be heading on tour to celebrate with his fans. He recently had an album release party in his Philadelphia home town, but Wink’s music is worldwide so he will be reaching as many corners of the world as possible. His tour itinerary can be found here.
Wink has assembled an album where he allowed various producer friends to create all new mixes of songs from his When A Banana Was Just A Banana album. This new version is Remixed & Peeled, and the official track listing looks quite good:
1. Jus Right (Jimpster Remix)
2. Everybody To The Sun (Slam Paragraph Mix)
3. Stay Out All Night (Radio Slave Remix)
4. Counter Clock 319 (Chateau Flight Remix)
5. Hypnoslave (Nic Fanciulli Remix)
6. Airplane Electronique (Matthias Tanzmann remix)
7. Minimum 23 (Agoria Remix)
8. Dolphin Smack (Martin Buttrich RMX Part 6)
9. What Used To Be Called Used To Be (Benny Rodrigues F.A.T.F. No Drama-Mix)>
The album has been released in vinyl form as six individual 12″ singles. You can purchase them directly from Chemical Records (UK) or Deejay.de (Germany). If anyone knows if any U.S. distributors, pass the word along.
Those who wish to download the album can do so through Amazon:
This may be one of the most boring videos you will ever see. It is not of me going on my Thrift Store Adventures, but rather me putting away some records. I had bought some protective bags for them and felt a stupid need to simply show them off. No major finds, so don’t go in this expecting to see some unopened Eddie Bo shipment boxes or anything. This is also my first time using Vimeo, which normally has videos of quality but I blame that on having quality cameras. I simply used my Flip camera. This includes narration from me.
NOTE: If you’re wondering that Tobacco song I’m attempting to sing at the 4:20, it’s this one. Also, the Vitamix articles I mention in the video can be read here.
If you are new to records and end up starting a collection with a box you found in the garage, or at your grandparents house, you know that it may be covered with a nice layer of dust. But records can be a nice vacuum for anything and everything. There was a time when cockroaches were able to roam the Earth freely, and somehow they found their way onto records, record covers. People did not have proper record listening rooms, a record player could be in the living room, basement, bedroom, wherever it was convenient. If people had a party, they would bring food and drinks, spill it all over the place. Then the records are placed in a box and forgotten until they’re tossed out in the dumpster or given to Goodwill.
Well, some of your insect friends may have had their way with those records, and you wouldn’t know it. Not that you’re going to tongue your vinyl (and even if the records were clean, that’s just dumb) but there are instances where roaches not only eat through the cover and cause a bit of fluid damage, but they are known to eat through records too. Let’s face it, when there is a nuclear attack on our soil, they say roaches will outlive us all, and they’ll have a belly of your wax.
Anyway, roach infestation isn’t just for your dirty grandfather anymore. Those stains “of unknown origin” are bad, so clean your hands if you need that record that bad. Get some rubbing alcohol and clean those records too (91% isopropyl alcohol is best, and if they card you, it’s because the 91 percent alcohol is used by some to create meth). Buying and collecting records doesn’t have to be a dirty job. Buying cheap has its benefits, and one of them is getting roach grit in your fingernails.
Spada is an electronic music artist from Italy who has been turning fans on with his style of music with a series of releases throughout the years. He presents an all new set of music on a new 12″ EP called Tonight At The Wax Museum, a mixture of powerful dance beats with a hint of minimalism so that you have to listen deeply (or not too deeply) to find its pulse.
His moniker is Fantastic Mr. Fox, and his style of electronic music combines elements of hip-hop with a hard, abrasive style of chopping, slicing… it’s just the kind of audio manipulation that brings to mind the best of Pete Rock, RJD2, Dilla, 9th Wonder, Jazzanova, and so many others. In this case, Fantastic Mr. Fox is doing his own thing and he’s presenting himself with a brand new double 10″ EP called Sketches, being released by Chemical Records.
If these tracks are literally sketches, they are quite good for being songs-in-the-works. Or maybe these are the finished sketches. If this guy goes on to make more sketches and proceeds to remix everyone that comes his way, he’ll be one of the artists/producers to talk about this decade.
Doing searches on Twitter can lead to some pretty interesting things, and for me it lead to the discovery of a blog by record collector, audiophile,and music fan Atane Ofiaja (@atane), who has his own website/blog called The Sophisticated Audiophile. He just started it in January, but on his about page he says his intent is to make it “a haven, and one stop junction for the intelligent audiophile. One that values fidelity and excellent sound reproduction in music.” For those who are new to records and turntables, this is a look at how you can enhance your listening experience with some of the best equipment out there, this would be a few steps higher from the norm.
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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.