The Pedal Steel Guitar Sounds of Mathias Danielsson Mathias Danielsson (Makajodama, Øresund Space Collective, Heavenly Blues, My Brother the Wind, Gösta Berlings Saga) is a Swedish guitarist, bassist, keyboardist, and pedal-steel player.
From the album "Lost Out At Sea" by The Greek Theatre (Truce Records 001 2013) Written by Fredrik Persson. Pedal Steel Guitar by Mathias Danielsson
from Makajodama's self-titled album (Laser'sEdge, 2009) Mathias Danielsson - Pedal Steel Guitar, Guitars, Electric Bass Karin Larsdotter - Electric Cello Johan Klint - Acoustic and Electric Violin, Organ, Mattias Ankarbranth - Drums and Percussion.
Spare Machine, crafting fine songs since 2007, is a solo project of Mark Janka (Chicago's Lesser Birds of Paradise). And Now, "Hit or Miss: A Collection of Wayward Recordings" is A FREE downloadable album of his demos and outtakes, available at the Spare Machine bandcamp page, HERE.
"This collection of songs is largely made up of demos that were recorded, for the most part, quickly and poorly by Mark Janka (Spare Machine, the Lesser Birds of Paradise). These recordings feature much audible noise floor, questionable writing, and awkward delivery. There are some some rather nice moments as well. The two outtake tracks from Lesser Birds of Paradise's A Suitable Frame sessions were properly recorded."
Released 27 April 2013 / Mark Janka: songs, demo recording, performances
Limited Edition Screen-printed Poster you can grab one HERE
Stream the tracks from Pet-Tich-Eye (previously posted), the Triangle Creative Collaboration Project. Available on their bandcamp.
Track 3 from the Pet-Tich-Eye record. This song is the collaborative effort of Joe Hall of Hammer No More the Fingers/Blanko Basnet, Matt McCaughan of Bon Iver and Phil Moore of Bowerbirds. Album Art by Steve Oliva.
Track 10 from the Pet-Tich-Eye record. This song is the collaborative effort of Brad Cook of Megafaun, Jeff Stickley of Hammer No More the Fingers and M.C. Taylor of Hiss Golden Messenger featuring Chris Boerner, Matt Douglas, Nathan Golub and James Wallace. Album Art by Shaun Sundholm.
"Death? Afterworld? Android lovers dying in the streets bleeding green blood? Homeless girls? Dogs stranded here from other planets? What are Sonny & The Sunsets getting at on Antenna to the Afterworld, a fast-moving record of new wave synths and post punk beats?"
"On Antenna to the Afterworld, Smith likens himself to a space being visiting Earth using wry humor, gritty poetry, and a myriad of musical lenses fleshed out by drummer Kelley Stoltz's Joy Division-like beats, Ryan Browne's new wavish basslines, and Tahlia Harbour's deadpan vocals."
The former Pearls & Brass drummer, Daughn Gibson will release his first full-length "Me Moan," due out on July 9th via Sub Pop. Pre-order with a free limited-edition Daughn Gibson 7" single 'Every Night I Fall in Love' b/w 'Brandy and Daughn', HERE.
Monnone Alone is Mark Monnone, best known as the bass player and co-songwriter in Australian band The Lucksmiths. This song 'The Business World' is taken from the upcoming Monnone Alone debut full-length "Together At Last," due out on May 24th via The Lost And Lonesome Recording Co.. The album was recorded at Marlborough Farms, Brooklyn and Sheahan Drive, Melbourne 2010-12. Produced by Gary Olson (The Ladybug Transistor) and Gus Franklin (Architecture in Helsinki, The Smallgoods), and features performances by his friends Kyle Forrester (Crystal Stilts) Linton (The Aislers Set), Hamish Kilgour (The Clean) and Ryan McPhun (Ruby Suns), as well as a duet with Bec Rigby of Melbourne beach party R&B favourites The Harpoons.
"Back in Melbourne, Monnone Alone grew to be a band with the introduction of Gus Franklin (Architecture in Helsinki, The Smallgoods) on drums and Connal Parsley (Your Wedding Night, Francis Plagne) on bass. Described by Mess+Noise as "classic indie pop with groggy vocals worthy of Stephen Pastel", Monnone Alone's sound has been shaped by the likes of Jonathan Richman, Television Personalities and Flying Nun."
Stream the Woods' new track (The Kinks cover) taken from their upcoming single, due out on on July 9th via Woodsist.
"The recording of these songs serves as a farewell to Rear House, Woods’ home, recording studio, creative refuge and beloved shithole for 10 long years. “God’s Children” is a classic Kinks tune from the soundtrack to the 1971 British film “Percy.” “Be All Be Easy,” originally from 2011′s Sun and Shade, was rerecorded to capture the live form that’s taken shape since it’s original release. Both are the first to feature new drummer, Aaron Neveu." --Woodsist
"Percy" is a 1971 British comedy film, based on a novel of Raymond Hitchcock (father of Robyn Hitchcock), The film was directed by Ralph Thomas starring Hywel Bennett, Denholm Elliott, Elke Sommer and Britt Ekland.
Stream two tracks prepping upcoming Split Single debut full-length album. The songs were written & produced by Jason Narducy in the summer of 2012. Performed by Jason Narducy, Britt Daniel (Spoon, Divine Fits) on bass and Jon Wurster (Superchunk, Mountain Goats, Bob Mould Band) on drums. Mixed by Matt Allison and Jason Narducy.
Split Single is a rock band fronted by Evanston, IL native Jason Narducy. Jason is also a member of the Bob Mould Band. He was formerly in Verbow, Robert Pollard's solo bands, and Telekinesis.
The Brother In Elysium: Artwork And Publications by Jon Beacham, 2008-2013 Exhibition at Boo-Hooray April 12 - 26, 201
"Boo-Hooray is pleased to present the first comprehensive overview of the artwork and publications of Jon Beacham and his publishing imprint The Brother In Elysium. The focus of this show spanning the years 2008-2013 explore ideas of the artist / printer / publisher as an inherent lineage in post WWII American art and literature. Beacham's collages, his serial artist publications, film, photography and hand made books will all be displayed as components of the artist's focus on a grand, unfolding American narrative.The opening reception is tomorrow, April 11, from 6-9pm and the exhibit runs through April 26."
The Catalogue for the The Brother In Elysium exhibition at Boo-Hooray is now available for purchase at the Boo-Hooray webshop. Printed 4-color offset / perfect bound / edition of 500. It contains 33 color plates covering work between 2008-2013.
Llano Del Rio Video by Jim Bromley. Music by Trent Reznor, use granted under Creative Commons license.
"Once a utopia for Socialist visionaries, century-old Llano del Rio is now just dust in the High Desert wind." --by Elisabeth Ggreenbaum Kasson, from the article "Promised Land" (LA Times Magazine May 2012)
"Akron/Family is performing 'Samurai' during this performance, which is an adapted poem by Robert Pinsky. This audio and video was recorded during a taping of AUDIO-FILES, a music/documentary TV show. For more information about the full 30 minute Akron/Family episode, visit audio-files.com."
The song 'Samurai' is taken from Akron/Family's forthcoming new full-length "Sub Verses," out on April 30th via Dead Oceans. It was recorded in El Paso and Seattle, and was produced by Randall Dunn.
Guitar player Glenn Jones, founding member of Boston experimental rock group Cul de Sac formed in 1990, will release his fifth full-length and second for Thrill Jockey Records, "My Garden State." Out on May 14th via Thrill Jockey Records.
released 17 February 2012 “Twilight Peaks,” a formal reissue of Basho’s last recordings, has been available via Smeraldina-Rima. It was mastered for vinyl and CD in its entirity by Glenn Jones (of Cul de Sac fame) and Matt Azevedo, from the original demo tapes.
Stream the Spectrals' first single 'Milky Way,' from the forthcoming new full-length "Sob Story." It was produced by former Girls member JR "Chet" White. Out on June 18th via Slumberland Records (US) / June 3rd via Wichita Recordings (UK).
'Le Temps des cerises (さくらんぼの実る頃)' is a song written in France in 1866, with words by Jean-Baptiste Clément and music by Antoine Renard. The song is strongly associated with the Paris Commune. It is believed to be dedicated by the writer to a nurse who was killed in the Semaine Sanglante ("Bloody Week") when French government troops overthrew the commune. (Wikipedia)
Majical Cloudz - Childhood's End From the first single off the upcoming album "Impersonator." Starring Devon Welsh's father Kenneth Welsh who is known to Twin Peaks fans as the multi-faceted villain Windom Earle, and played the father of Katharine Hepburn (Cate Blanchett) in Martin Scorsese's The Aviator.
Majical Cloudz is centered around Montreal songwriter Devon Welsh (a frequent Grimes collaborator), who joined with Matthew Otto to collaboratively produce and perform his songs. "Impersonator," their first for Matador Records, will be released on May 21st.
This limited pressing 7" compilation "Songs In The Key Of Bob - Under The Influence Of Guided By Voices" is the first release from Hibernator Gigs, a record label, a video production outfit out of Charlottesville, VA. It features seven original songs written and recorded in the style of Guided By Voices, including The Invisible Hand, Moore Brothers. Artwork by Thomas Dean. Out on April 30th.
"The origin of the comp began in a dusty library warehouse sometime in 2011. Adam Brock (The Invisible Hand), who happens to be a member of several of the bands featured on the comp, was employed in said warehouse sorting books. To stave off boredom he began to imagine the elaborate titles of the theses and journals he came across as though they were the titles of some lost classics by his low fi heroes, Guided By Voices. He made a list of his favorite titles, such gems as Cream of the Jesters and Viet Cong Motivation, and sent the list out to some of his favorite bands. The rules were simple: find a title that inspires you and write a GBV inspired song, no longer than two minutes, then record it using a four or eight track cassette recorder, in order to truly capture the GBV aesthetic." --Hibernator Gigs Records
ENJOY THE EXPERIENCE: HOMEMADE RECORDS 1958-1992 Edited by Johan Kugelberg, Paul Major and Michael P. Daley
Enjoy The Experience begins when the custom pressed American record plant came into existence and ends, largely, with the birth of the CD. As such, it is a snapshot of America in the second half of the 20th century and manages to collate a bevy of tales and albums released by the brave souls who took the plunge and committed their musical vision to wax in the fifty states between the years of 1958 and 1992.
Packaged as a hardcover, and weighing in at 512 pages, it is the seventh major book by Johan Kugelberg, the author and editor behind The Velvet Underground: New York Art, Born In The Bronx and Punk: An Aesthetic (Rizzoli), True Norwegian Black Metal (Vice), and Beauty Is In The Street (Four Corners). Enjoy The Experience is the first publication by Sinecure Books, co-owned by Eothen "Egon" Alapatt (Now-Again Records) and Johan Kugelberg. The book is co-edited by legendary record collector Paul Major and Michael P. Daley.
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