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Fans of sample based artists like Kid Koala, The Avalanches, and Cut Chemist will enjoy the new 7″ single by NickNack called “Strangest Secret” b/w “Gathering Shadow”. The two songs are a hint of what appears on his forthcoming album, but Crowd Control Records are releasing it in the handy 7″ single format. You can also download the songs as 320kbps MP3′s for whatever price you want to pay, including $0.00, click here for details. If you do download it for free and like what you hear, then opt for the vinyl 45.
The full length album, Dearly Departed, will be out sometime this spring.
If you are a record collector or a vinyl newbie, you have no doubt seen this photo posted and Tweeted countless times on Twitter, Facebook, and other social networks. While it is very cool, it is not a new thing to see “the inner walls” of a vinyl record groove. Similar photographs have been posted for years, especially when comparisons were made between vinyl and compact disc.
Fellow vinyl junkie DJ Shadow knows about the “inner juices” that lie within his record collection. Back in 2002 on tour in support of his Private Press album, he introduced a number of great visuals as he played his songs, one of which involved what I call “the exploration of a groove”. It’s a computer generated film which begins in outer space, slowly making its way to Earth before reaching a yard where a few people are having a barbeque and listening to records on a pair of Technics turntables while a record crate sits close buy. It gets closer, and as soon as you think it can’t get any closer, it moves closer to the record stylus and cartridge. It is then that the film takes it one step closer: by going into the groove (watch it from the beginning, but the magic moment begins around the 2:00 mark):
When I saw DJ Shadow on this tour in Seattle on June 9th, 2002, this film was shown as “Fixed Income” was played. I myself got chicken skin because I actually had a similar idea for a film in the 8th grade, which means I must’ve seen similar photos of a magnified record sometime in the 80′s. I wanted to be an artist that showed films behind me because I was a huge Pink Floyd fan, and they were a band who used incredible visuals through backdrop films on a number of tours. When I saw Shadow do it, I thought “shit, he did it”, and I said that with approval. Shadow wanted to be the early bird that got the worm as depicted on graphics used for the promotion of The Private Press. As for me, there was a comic strip in Mad Magazine which stated “the early bird catches the worm, but who catches the early bird?” I wanted to be the one to do it before the early bird. I did not have a chance, but to realize someone else had the same idea was satisfaction enough. The Private Press tour was documented on the DVD In Tune And On Time: Live!, where you’ll be able to see the above video in HQ form.
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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.
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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.