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It had taken me awhile for me to review this because I wasn’t sure if this was the same M. I remember. This sounds like the many singer/songwriter albums/artists, with a lot of pop friendliness and I thought “this is really M.?” Then I realized that I was getting him confused with Aranos, so I had to rethink my view.
M. (no relation to M of “Pop Musik” fame) is indeed a singer/songwriter with a lot of emotional and passion in his music, and some of the textures found within maybe subtle upon first listen, but they deserve a lot of attention. Tropic Of Capricorn: An EP shows what M. is all about, someone not afraid to share their feelings and dreams within a nice, consumable context.
Liturgy are a metal band that aren’t for the sane, they take the boundaries they hold for themselves in terms of style, and go to the ultimate extreme. Imagine setting yourself on fire and having to endure the pain that you feel, and you’re going to have to feel everything until the inevitable conclusion. That’s what Aesthethica (Thrill Jockey) sounds like. It’s doomy black metal, but played at breakneck speed. It could be one-part Boredoms, one-part Venom, and one part O.L.D., and if you were to take a listen you may come up with more comparisons. Even at these speeds, it’s not just a mess of noise, distortion, and screaming lyrics and yet you’re made to feel like it is. Just to let you know they know what they’re doing, they’ll start doing these brutal metal riff sections as if to tell the listener “stay with us, enjoy your stay, we’ll peel you alive later.” Then in a song like “Veins Of God” they dig deep into the Black Sabbath swamp and just fly with electric ecstasy. In other words, I love the loud crunch of this band’s brand of metal.
In other words, you’re brought into their metal fold and while you may not know exactly what you’re listening to,you still listen. That’s the beauty of the sensual ugliness that is Liturgy.
Iceage are a band who are heavily influenced by the deep, alternative sounds of the early 1980′s, and New Brigade (What’s Your Rupture?) shows how durable those original sounds. Do Iceage bring anything new to those new wavy, post-modern songs? It depends. Some songs sound like The Cure with bits of Love & Rockets, other tracks are on the level of New Bomb Turks with Big Black with songwriting sensibilities. It reminds me of the kind of music that you really had to search for after watching a segment about it at 1:14am on Night Flight.
I’m not sure how much lasting power this will have, but I think right now they have what it takes to feel good… right now. Whether or not they will add something new to their sound remains to be seen and heard.
The opening track is a great mixture of hip-hop, pop, R&B, and dancehall. I’m a fan of Y-Love but he just upped things with a song that opens fans to his world once again, one that speaks of culture, self, spirituality, and how this is unified through his music. See Me is a 6-song EP that is a way to get to know Y-Love a bit better if you haven’t before. The most surprising song is the title track, with the kind of hook that would be perfect for mainstream attention but when he opens up with a wide range of modern tech references, you realize it’s nothing more than a pathway towards the wisdom he has become to be known for.
As for his words, they are not heady nor do they pound people with the good word. Nonetheless, you can’t help but hear him and realize he’s all about the good of not just hip-hop, but life and of course himself. “All We Bring” and “This Is Unity” will be favored by fans of early 90′s hip-hop and those who want something a bit more on the eclectic side. It makes me wish more hip-hop was this daring and honest.
If you watched The Social Network (and who didn’t? Oh yeah, me) and loved the cover of Radiohead‘s “Creep”, you may have wondered who did it, especially those who don’t sit in the theaters during the credits? If you are that person, you may be foolish, but human. But don’t be, for I have the answer. The song was recorded by Scala & Kolacny Brothers, who have already been called
“brilliantly haunting” for simply adding a “mature” perspective to music. Someone must really think today’s music sucks, because to me their cover of Foo Fighters “Everlong” sounds like Kidz Bop. Is Kidz Bop what’s hot these days? I don’t know, maybe Scala & Kolacny Brothers are gonna work it out.
DJ Shadow will be touring this summer, and he’s slowly but surely putting sounds together for his forthcoming album. He recently released “I Gotta Rokk”, and someone decided they were going to create a video in honor of the track. I was able to recognize a number of the images in this video, which I feel is perfect for the song.
Depending on the genre, a mixtape has become almost a cliche of sorts but its great when an artist releases one and makes it as random as possible. Case in point: the new mixtape called Are We Having Fun Yet by Heartsrevolution, and while some will use mixtapes as a way to say ‘we’re baaaaaack”… okay, maybe for Heartsrevolution it is exactly what, but they do it with what seems like a completely hemajang collection of songs:
1. Situation Critical : “Beautiful People” by Marilyn Manson
2. Heart vs Machine : Heartsrevolution / Ride or Die
3. White Magic (future of oddities) : “Out in the Streets” by the Shangri-Las, “Let’s get together” from the Disney movie– the parent trap, “99 problems” by JAY Z
4. Life will tear us apart : “LOve will tear us apart” by joy division
5. ID (investigation discovery) : “a fall thru the ground” by john frusciante and “money” by pink floyd
6. Supreme (interlude) : “My world is empty without you” by the supremes” plus some john frusciante song
7. Let freedom ring for the Rx generation :”7 and 7 is” by Love plus some drumfill from a Jean jaques Perry
8. Kill Joy : lyrics from “my brain hurts” by screeching weasel
9. Cannabliss into Oz : “cannabis” by serge gainsbourg
10. 6am rave song: “space age love song” by flock of seagulls
When was the last time you ever heard a mixtape combining Pink Floyd, Jay-Z, Screeching Weasel, and Serge Gainsbourg? Are you ready to take the listening challenge? If you’re reading the last sentence that’s about to have a comma and one final statement, then of course you are.
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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.