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newyorker:

Samo Sound and Jerome LOL, who perform under the name DJ Dodger Stadium, discuss their new album, and share a playlist of what they’re listening to: http://nyr.kr/1nXIRiL

Photograph by Max Martin.

Source: newyorker.com
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thedissolve:


“Williams’ music makes a huge difference in Jaws. But so does the sound of water lapping against a clanging buoy. In that first scene, all the noises—musical and atmospheric—create a sense of isolation well before the low pulse of strings creep in. And even prior to Chrissie diving into the ocean and becoming shark chow, she’s sitting around a bonfire with friends, enveloped by the sound of aimless conversation, acoustic guitar, and crackling firewood—which itself sets a tone, establishing what she’s about to leave behind forever.

Our Movie Of The Week discussion of Jaws kicks off with Noel Murray’s Keynote on how the film wouldn’t work without its careful attention to sound. [Read more…]

thedissolve:

“Williams’ music makes a huge difference in Jaws. But so does the sound of water lapping against a clanging buoy. In that first scene, all the noises—musical and atmospheric—create a sense of isolation well before the low pulse of strings creep in. And even prior to Chrissie diving into the ocean and becoming shark chow, she’s sitting around a bonfire with friends, enveloped by the sound of aimless conversation, acoustic guitar, and crackling firewood—which itself sets a tone, establishing what she’s about to leave behind forever.

Our Movie Of The Week discussion of Jaws kicks off with Noel Murray’s Keynote on how the film wouldn’t work without its careful attention to sound. [Read more…]

Source: thedissolve
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actuallygrimes:

Go feat. Blood Diamonds

Grimes originally wrote this for Rihanna but when it was rejected, she opted to release it on her own. Curious how her new album sounds in light of this.

Source: SoundCloud / Grimes (Official)
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siinai:

SHOPPING TRANCE

Finnish music inspired by supermarkets.

Source: SoundCloud / SIINAI
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Discorder: 2014 February. On the Air with Exploding Head Movies.

This month’s Discorder (CITR’s sister print magazine) has some surprises. Along with a reformat to make it look more like a zine, there’s an interview with me about the show.

Interview: Sam Tudor - http://music.cbc.ca/#/artists/Sam-Tudor
Illustration: Sitji Chou - http://sitji.com/

Source: addtoany.com
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Les Claypool’s Duo de Twang. Countrified takes on Primus classics. It’s always great to hear people who can actually play their instruments.

Source: SoundCloud / Duo de Twang
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towerofsleep:

yessssss

French electro from the seventies. Like Daft pre-Punk.

(via myopicman)

Source: towerofsleep
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Dreamboys - Bela Lugosi’s Birthday

The significance today is that the Dreamboys were at one time The Bastards of Hell. Along with talk show show Craig Ferguson, also in the band was Peter Capaldi, who is now the 12th Doctor in Doctor Who.

I have rough plans for a Dr Who-related show in honour of its 50th anniversary. More assembly required.

Source: youtube.com
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Weird Canada: Weird 100 - Canada's Forgotten Underground

weirdcanada:

Music fans cannot escape lists. From Ego Trip’s impressive tome to High Fidelity’s endless barrage, lists are here to stay.

As a curator with a mission to encourage, document, and connect creative expression across Canada, we’ve shied away from lists. Not because we believe they are bad or…

Source: weirdcanadasecondary