NOTS – Cosmetic (Goner): The Impressionistic Approach
Nots says NO! to everything. We say YES! to Nots. ‘Entertain Me’ is a force of nature. It doesn’t care about you, or me, or any of the other two-thousand people on the beach. It’s right up there with Hookworms’ ‘Away/Towards’. The John Steel Singers’ ‘State of Unrest’. dEUS’ ‘Suds & Soda’, even! It’s a […]
Everett True’s 100 Favourite Songs of 2013. Yes, one hundred, and every last fucking song is genius.
Maybe that’s why I’m increasingly turning to Tasmania. I know what it’s like to be ignored.
Song of the day – 624: The John Steel Singers
Nice way of putting it. Sunny QLD krautrock. So close to an oxymoron, and two ‘genres’ which very possibly should never be allowed to cross-pollinate… one thinks… but, yeah I like it.
A day in music
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Seems to me I most listen to music most any hour, don’t matter day, don’t matter night.
Everett True’s List of 10 Things from 2010
The problem with Brisbane appears to be an overload of the creative process: there are too many folk being creative and not enough people satisfied with being consumers
Song of the day – 238: 6 Day Riot
Frozen mango pieces make for great smoothies, but they’re real buggers to cut up.
Song of the day – 226: The John Steel Singers
I never make my mind up before hearing something, but I wasn’t really expecting to like this. Too perky, thought I vaguely. Too Triple J, thought I vaguely.
The Collapse Board interview – The John Steel Singers
“There was a band called Wire that we were listening to quite a lot during recording. And they have all of these two-minute pop songs that are just clean and sound awesome, and then they’ve got a dirty, seven-minute track next.”