Time for a new venue for those real-time reports!
I like Grimes too...oblivion is an awesome track and video.
I have not heard of them for a while. Nice to hear them again. Thanks for the reminder.
While I'm certain that some assignation of blame is apportionable to our beloved RandallL, I suspect that as a Ph.D. in electronic music he'll be at least mildly appalled by my selection. Specifically, I have developed an acute proclivity for the work of Grimes. Worse yet, I prefer Art Angels to Visions, GP, and Halfaxa; as well, and this is truly the proverbial straw that compromised the dromedary's thoracolumbar integrity, I've been freebasing California off AA, which is - of course - the most commercially accessible track in her entire catalogue.
The real concern, however, is that G is just a gateway drug; but, no worries, I've planned decisive action: a self-intervention comprising a cover-to-cover reading of the Taping Compendium, Volume One (primal stuff), while listening to the FW 69 box, with bonus disc, until dawn.
This, and 200 "Hail Jerrys", is Bishop Bozo's Divine Diktat for Absolution (sounds like a Blues Brothers' movie)./p,k
Track: Kime Ne (Ricardo Villalobos Version 1)
Label: Honest Jon's
Cat #: HJP 76
John Scofield Band - Uberjam
Ratdog live series - Pittsburgh 11/07/03 Byham Theatre
Charlie Hunter Trio-Friends Seen And Unseen
Hot Tuna-Classic Electric
Track: Drum Talk
Cat #: JS 005
Jah I Maz
Track: Freedom Is A Must
Label: City Line Records
Cat #: DKR-127
Golden Teacher Meets Dennis Bovell
Track: Like A Hawk (D.B Version)
Label: Optimo Music
Cat #: OM 026
Track: Ali New Biye
Label: Eastern Connection
Cat #: EC 001
Track: My People...Hold On
Cat #: T315L, T 315L