I heard a live preview of Natacha Atlas’s album STRANGE DAYS at an intimate gig in Blackheath earlier this summer. It was an extraordinary experience, hypnotic, transporting,… Read more “Natacha Atlas – Strange Days”
Clarion Call was a large scale sonic artwork along Ipswich Waterfront in October 2018.
Harlem. The 1920s. ‘The Hustle’ was all that was on people’s minds because money was, literally, too tight to mention.
A soaraway vocal provides the backdrop to a sweet, tender story of friendship
A lament? A song of victory? A passionate plea? It’s probably a mix of all these and more – and it is enigmatic and remarkable.
Moses Sumney: Don’t Bother Calling … and yes, those are his high notes.
For me, few voices are as magical as Elizabeth Fraser’s. The former Cocteau Twins vocalist has also worked with Massive Attack, Future Sound of London, Craig Armstrong… Read more “Elizabeth Fraser: Voice & Magic”
Great dubstep reworking by Phutureprimitive of a superb song from Massive Attack and Elizabeth Fraser.
… and then this by Vaeya which transports the song to Goa.
Under Dubwood take the words of Dylan Thomas spoken by Richard Burton and mixes them with the studio sounds of King Tubby. The result is a curiously displaced psychedelic skank, putting Llareggub somewhere just outside downtown Kingston, Jamaica. Love it! (more…)
A great animation but also a wonderful diatribe against know-it-all dinner party guests. Tim Minchin is the writer and performer. This brings to mind some of those… Read more “Storm: Tim Minchin”
Orelha Negra – M.I.R.I.A.M. X Vhils aka Alexandre Farto from Vhils on Vimeo. I’m also rather liking Street Art View (an association between Red Bull and Google).