September 2009

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kiddo :
Rob midinette
At last Rob is back. We missed him a lot, but it was worth waiting: this track is taken from the second volume of its Dodecalogue, a brilliant collection of Ep’s which are being released each month.

Frontal Reggae ragga
We don’t know much about mysterious producer Frontal, but we’re sure of one thing : this track kills its mother.

John Maus Times is weird
John Maus is a music and philosophy genius. We used to cover his non-hit non-single “Maniac”. He’ll be opening for Phoenix on a bunch of gigs as Chairlift’s fourth member. We can’t wait to see him in flesh & blood.

Toupie :
Carly Simon Why
It’s make you wanna dance, have sex , and cry what else can you ask for? But never watch the video.

Appaloosa The day we fell in love
This song ruined my first summer holidays week, I kept listening to it again and again, even if it stirred the saddest feelings in me.

Isabelle Adjani Beau oui comme Bowie
I wish somebody wrote me such a song. And feel related to her because we both have irritating voices.

Paul McCartney Ram On
Paul goes farming.

Ariel Pink’s Haunted Graffiti Can’t Here My Eyes
Ariel goes mainstream.

Metronomy What Do I Do Now
Joseph goes vocoded.

Les Calamités toutes les nuits
It’s rough like a bottle of wine that you drink into the streets at night… not really good but such a great pleasure!

Metronomy Not made for Love (unreleased)
A song about a non love story sung by a loving man…such a great balance!

Veronica Falls Found Love in a Graveyard
The most beautiful voice in the country.

Koko Von Napoo “June EP” Out now on trouble records

Thank you Arash!


chrisma lover
richard bone mambopolis
turzi thriller in bombay (koudlam switzerland mix)

Raving 89′

British Soul…


Cantor records just reissued this little piece of teenage love on an ep called “Transportation” also including unreleased material by 12 year’s old Chandra & a very nice booklet.

Chandra: Kate

RebolledoVenganza y Seduccion

OS #1

Roy BuddGet Carter OS – 1971


Une nouvelle ration d’édits dans la série Cliché Breaks avec Jacques Renault, Richard Sen & Cazbee, Pierre Wax et moi-même sur ce 4eme opus.
Ci-dessous, Shack Up de Banbarra revisité par Pierre Wax.
Ce n’est peutêtre pas le morceau le plus obscur de la terre, mais sa version apporte à mon humble avis vraiment quelque chose à l’original, et est par ailleurs redoutable d’efficacité.
Enfin, à vous de juger.
Help yourself
BanbarraShack Up (Pierre Wax edit)

Wake up

Puisqu’on parle de Factory… Un des meilleurs albums de l’histoire du label. Tout le disque et tous leurs singles entre 1984 et 1987 sont aussi beaux que cette chanson.

The Wake – World of her own

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