"M.I.A’s ‘Galang’ , Aphex Twin’s ‘Jynweythek Ylow’, Shackleton’s ‘Tin Foil Sky’, The Banker and Beethoven ‘Adagio Sostenuto’." From http://www.nialler9.com/2009/02/09/kaboogie-label-sampler-vol-2/ (via Tiffehr http://huffduffer.com/tiffehr/2544 )
Each summer, the Pitchfork Music Festival draws thousands of fans to Chicago to hear three day's worth of performances, by more than 40 bands. It's a mix of some of the best new and largely unknown, independent bands of the year. On this episode of All Songs Considered, host Bob Boilen talks with freelance reporter Jacob Ganz about some of the music Ganz discovered while covering this year's festival, which ended July 19
Here’s the first episode of my new show about Independent Video Game Music, I’m calling it MetaVendetta…
Music is one of my biggest passions in life along with games. I think I’ve found away to take my pretentious thoughts about the music scene and focus them into a singular outlet: indie games. An area so rich with interesting and innovative music, I think it deserves a soapbox – a place of celebration!
So here goes my first episode of MetaVendetta, the show that combines 2 things I love – Indie Games & Music:
- Pretty In Pink by The Psychedelic Furs
- Kiss Me On The Bus by The Replacements
- You Get Me by The Broken Family Band
- All Her Favorite Fruit by Camper Van Beethoven
- Bachelor Kisses by The Go-Betweens
- Slow Show by The National
- Let Me Lie To You by Afghan Whigs
IR: Motor city is back again for another interview episode - this episode is an interview with Mikal, a great up and coming indie artist from South Ea
- Pretty in Pink by Psychedelic Furs covered by The National
- Fuzzy by Grant Lee Buffalo covered by Hazeldine
- This Corrosion by Sisters of Mercy covered by Lambchop
- Vapour Trail by Ride covered by Trespassers William
- New Dawn Fades by Joy Division covered by Salter Cane
- Please Please Please Let Me Get What I Want by The Smiths covered by The Lancaster Orchestra
In this episode, we talk about music and code with Amirreza Amouie, aka Amu, indie artist and software engineer, and Jérémie Ast…
Featuring Caribou, Blonde Redhead, Albert Hammond, Jr, Azure Ray, Broken Social Scene, Bibio and Grandaddy.
Julia Jacklin has released her new sophomore studio album, Crushing, via Polyvinyl Record Co. Stream the entire album now along with a Track by Track breakdown in which the singer-songwriter digs into the influences, stories, and backgrounds of each song.
Jim and Greg celebrate a landmark record of the indie-era with one of its creators: Black Francis aka Frank Black aka Charles Thompson. The Pixies singer and songwriter visits the show for a Classic Album Dissection of the band’s 1989 record, Doolittle.
At the end of the show Jim and Greg review The Courage of Others, the third album from Denton, Texas rockers Midlake.