The Great Boards of Canada summon ghosts of Calcium and the Eternal promises of the lunchbox and the rocket.
Louis Armstrong singing Mack the Knife from the three penny opera. Smoothest sounding murder your likely to hear.
Plan B – Ill Manors.
Dat Politics. Old school, minimal electro punk.
Add N to (X) – Long ago Add N to X were putting on killer live acts with multiple drummers, theremins and plenty of cables and nobs. In Vengeance. The Black Regent.
KT Tunstall first came to my attention years ago in this exact performance of Black horse. A nice example of some live looping, great voice, good lyrics and sharp execution. What else could you need.
A little Dead Weather. Now that Hurricane Sandy comes lashing the edge of America. Jack White in the all star lineup Dead Weather.
Can never seem to Grinderman…. Nick Cave now gone the way of Grinderman plays out some frustrations on Later with Jules Holland. A lot of pent up energy to say the least.
Horowitz tumbling and turning rapturous strains of color. It has been said that a piano is not something you play but instead something you play with. A subtle wrestling of skin and wood from the vibrations of the heart to the resonance of a wracked cage of wires. The filament […]
The Icelandic quartet Agent Fresco were here in Budapest doing a gig arranged by Soundkitchen who asked us if we wouldn’t be interested in trying to do something while they were here. We made a few calls and arranged a quick shoot an hour or two before the gig in […]