30 April, 2007

for those who missed it...

Jarvis performing "Don't Let Him Waste Your Time" on Letterman from Friday night:


While we're on the subject of videos, the original video for the song is pretty stellar, too:


And we'll leave you with this gem, from the British Ali G series:

27 April, 2007

Set List 27 April 2007

Los Tainos – Amor Mio – Si, Para Usted: The Funky Beats of Revolutionary Cuba, Volume One – Waxing Deep
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the Book of Lists – Journey East – s/t – Scratch Recordings
the Veils – Jesus for the Jugular – Nux Vomica – Rough Trade
Grinderman – When My Love Comes Down – s/t – Anti
Chris Randall – Sin Eater – The Devil His Due – Positron!
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Bang Gang – Forward and Reverse – Something Wrong – From Nowhere
Benni Hemm Hemm – Skvavars – Kajak – Morr Music
Air – Redhead Girl – Pocket Symphony – EMI
Björk РVenus As a Boy РDebut РElektra
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Au4 – An Ocean’s Measure of Sorrow – Manouvres 1: A Collection of Vancouver Electronica – So Called Recordings
Ether Aura – Tell Me I’m Nothing – Before We Could Sing –
My Bloody Valentine – Blown a Wish – Loveless – Sire
The Jesus and Mary Chain – Good For My Soul – Honey’s Dead – Rhino
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Trans Am – Obscene Strategies – Sex Change – Thriil Jockey
Trans Am – Molecules – TA – Thrill Jockey
DAF – Der Mussolini – Alles Ist Gut - Virgin
Codec & Flexor – Black Diamonds – Tubed – Emperor Norton
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Junior Boys – In the Morning (Hot Chip remix) – The Dead Horse EP – Domino
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Bonde Do Role – Quero Te Amor – Solta O Frango EP
The Rapture – Whoo! Alright Yeah… Uh Huh – Pieces of the People We Love – Universal/Motown
LCD Soundsystem – Sound of Silver – Sound of Silver – DFA/Capitol
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Joy Electric – Frivolity and Its Necessities – The Otherly Opus – Tooth & Nail
VNV Nation – Carry You – Judgement – Metropolis
New Order – Touched By the Hand of God – (the best of) – Qwest/Warner Bros.
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the Psychic Paramount
– Echoh Air – Origins and Primitives vol. 1+2 – No Quarter


The Trans Am is in honor of their show with Zombi and the Psychic Paramount this Sunday at the Magic Stick.

25 April, 2007

Not a manifesto, but a good starting point...

Good evening, and welcome to my blog. For the first post, I thought I'd share this brilliant video with you:


"Thou Shalt Always Kill" by Dan Le Sac vs. Scroobius Pip