Category: Music

Elevator Suite – The Wheel.

ELEVATOR SUITE The Wheel Pure Mint Recordings (12.03.07) “Nothing is ever quite what it seems.” So insists ‘The Wheel’, the first single to be released from Elevator Suite’s self-titled second album. A sumptuous four-minute fusion of slick-heeled electronica and laconic, smoky vocals, the track is a pitch-perfect example of this critically acclaimed band’s ability to …

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New Einstuerzende Neubauten album.

Yup, they’ve released a new album and it is very much in the style of their output over the past 10-15 years or so. “Alles Wieder Offen” has got that smooth, rhythmic, teutonic sound they’ve perfected and so far I’m digging it as much as everything else they’ve released since “Tabula Rasa” in 1993. They’ve …

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New Einstuerzende Neubauten album.

Yup, they’ve released a new album and it is very much in the style of their output over the past 10-15 years or so. “Alles Wieder Offen” has got that smooth, rhythmic, teutonic sound they’ve perfected and so far I’m digging it as much as everything else they’ve released since “Tabula Rasa” in 1993. They’ve …

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Red Light Driver – Lights

I can’t believe I haven’t posted this one yet. If you’re not familiar with the band Red Light Driver, then you should be.  To familiarize yourself with them, watch the video below.  

Einstürzende Neubauten – Interimsliebenden

I found a video for one of my favorite songs of all time – “Interimsliebenden” by Einstürzende Neubauten. The video quality isn’t that hot, but I’m just happy to be able to see Blixa and the boys doing their thing.

Einstürzende Neubauten – Interimsliebenden

I found a video for one of my favorite songs of all time – “Interimsliebenden” by Einstürzende Neubauten. The video quality isn’t that hot, but I’m just happy to be able to see Blixa and the boys doing their thing.

MP3 Shell Integration with XP

I used to have better shell integration with Windows XP Explorer but that was a while back and lord only knows on which machine it was. I tend to rebuild my home and work PC’s about every 13 days so things come and go.  So I searched the net and came across Audioshell. It does …

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New Tear Garden Album

One of my absolute favorite bands, The Tear Garden, has a new album out. Maybe. I downloaded a copy off the web, but you can’t buy it from their record label yet (http://www.subconsciousrecords.com/beyond/). I’ve seen things on the interwebs saying that it should have been released in April. I’ve seen a few links that say …

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Overlooked Band: 24 Gone

I listened to this band’s lone album again last night for the first time in a few years. It’s good stuff but now sounds a bit dated with all of the reverb and shimmering guitar effects. However, it should have made a bit more noise than it ever did. I’ll let All Music provide the …

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Overlooked Band: Dressy Bessy

I’ve always liked the band Dressy Bessy. I first became aware of them via a bootlegged Peel Session that I got my hands on. Naturally, I figured there were an English band that hadn’t made ityet in the US. To my surprise, I learned that they are not English at all and come from Denver, …

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