28 September 2009

Lost Boys 3: The Thirst

The first one was awesome. The second one not so much. The third one?? We'll have to wait and see!

Posted on Corey Feldman's blog:
In keeping with that positivity, I have some exciting news that I just can't keep under wraps any longer! Well actually someone leaked it first but since its already all over the net here goes... as the title above us reads we are finally going to make a third installment to The Lost Boys series.

I am very excited to get started. The title of the film will be Lost Boys: The Thirst and I am excited to say it will be a full scale return of the Frog Brothers(that means Jamison Newlander). Not like the tease in the last film. I would say this will be much closer to the comic book series.I do not want to tell you too much about it other than I have been lucky enough to be asked to Executive Produce the film for Warners. What that means is that I will have more creative involvement than ever before. I promise to do my very best to give the fans what they want this time around. This film will also have a bit more modern of a look to it as it is being directed by Italian director Dario Piana who directed a very futuristic Horror film called "The Deaths of Ian Stone".

I am also pleased to announce that Truth Movement has been asked to contribute some music to the films soundtrack. Which is an absolute dream come true for me, as I so much loved the soundtrack from the original film. I can not tell you anything more about the cast at this time. We are set to start shooting in November in South Africa. I will miss you while I'm gone but don't worry I'll write while I'm away.

I'm going to research this. Watch this space!


Rough plot located: When veteran vampire hunter Edgar Frog finds himself destitute and almost friendless, when [sic] a wealthy vampire-romance novelist offers him a small fortune to go on the vampire hunt of a lifetime and rescue her son.

Better plot summary found at Bloody Disgusting: When veteran vampire hunter Edgar Frog finds himself destitute and almost friendless, he thinks his live has hit bottom - but wealthy vampire-romance novelist Gwen Liebling offers him a small fortune to go on the vampire hunt of a lifetime and rescue her son Peter from the Alpha Vampire D.J.Dusk. With the help of his friends Zoe, Lars and Blake, Edgar heads into a bloody battle to exterminate evil."

[ed: Ok, "D J Dusk"??!!! THAT is the name of the uber-vampire?! God help us... ]

IMDB: Classified the film as 'In Development'


Confucius (Chinese: 孔子; pinyin: Kǒng zǐ; Wade-Giles: K'ung-tzu, or Chinese: 孔夫子; pinyin: Kǒng Fūzǐ; Wade-Giles: K'ung-fu-tzu), lit. "Master Kong," (traditionally September 28, 551 B.C.E. – 479 B.C.E.) was a Chinese thinker and social philosopher, whose teachings and philosophy have deeply influenced Chinese, Korean, Japanese and Vietnamese thought and life.

His philosophy emphasized personal and governmental morality, correctness of social relationships, justice and sincerity. These values gained prominence in China over other doctrines, such as Legalism (法家) or Taoism (道家) during the Han Dynasty (206 B.C.E. – 220 C.E.). Confucius' thoughts have been developed into a system of philosophy known as Confucianism (儒家). It was introduced to Europe by the Italian Jesuit Matteo Ricci, who was the first to Latinise the name as "Confucius."

27 September 2009

Happy 11th Birthday Google!

22 September 2009

Decade in Indie Music

This article is a brilliant 'review' of Indie pop/rock, and its rise. It's not short, but take the time - it's worth it!

Nitsuh Abebe's Decade in Indie

Complete New Moon tracklisting

I was forwarded this today, cementing what I was saying earlier about this soundtrack being... well, all kinda of awesome!

After weeks of rumors and speculation, we finally have the tracklist for the Twilight: New Moon soundtrack, aka the album that will help millions of teenage girls make that tumultuous transition from goth and pop-punk brooding to indie brooding.

According to Twilight scribe Stephenie Meyer's website, Thom Yorke really does contribute a new song exclusive to the soundtrack. It's called "Hearing Damage" (perhaps a meta-commentary on the effects of Twilight's dialogue?). And he's not alone.

There's also new stuff from Grizzly Bear, Lykke Li, the Killers, and-- possibly most intriguing-- a collaboration between Bon Iver and St. Vincent called "Rosyln" (which is not the name of a Twilight character, according to this list I just found on Wikipedia). As previously reported, Death Cab for Cutie created the soundtrack's first single, "Meet Me on the Equinox".

If this doesn't reinforce Nitsuh Abebe's excellent Decade in Indie piece, I don't know what does ((ED: Indie music lovers, read this article - it's brilliant. So good, I am going to post it again separately!)).

The Twilight: New Moon soundtrack is out October 20 on Chop Shop/Atlantic.

Twilight: New Moon Soundtrack:

01 Death Cab for Cutie: "Meet Me on the Equinox"
02 Band of Skulls: "Friends"
03 Thom Yorke: "Hearing Damage"
04 Lykke Li: "Possibility"
05 The Killers: "A White Demon Love Song"
06 Anya Marina: "Satellite Heart"
07 Muse: "I Belong to You (New Moon Remix)"
08 Bon Iver and St. Vincent: "Rosyln"
09 Black Rebel Motorcycle Club: "Done All Wrong"
10 Hurricane Bells: "Monsters"
11 Sea Wolf: "The Violet Hour"
12 OK Go: "Shooting the Moon"
13 Grizzly Bear: "Slow Life"
14 Editors: "No Sound But the Wind"
15 Alexandre Desplat: "New Moon (The Meadow)"

From Pitchfork

21 September 2009

Emmys 2009


Drama Series: Mad Men

Comedy Series: 30 Rock

Lead Actor in a Drama Series: Bryan Cranston, Breaking Bad

Lead Actress in a Drama Series: Glenn Close, Damages

Writing for a Drama Series: Kater Gordon & Matthew Weiner, Mad Men ("Meditations in an Emergency")

Directing for a Drama Series: Rod Holcomb, ER ("And in the End")

Guest Actor in a Drama Series: Michael J. Fox, Rescue Me

Guest Actress in a Drama Series: Ellen Burstyn, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit

Supporting Actress in a Drama Series: Cherry Jones, 24

Supporting Actor in a Drama Series: Michael Emerson, Lost

Variety, Music or Comedy Series: The Daily Show With Jon Stewart

Original Music and Lyrics: 81st Annual Academy Awards, "Hugh Jackman Opening Number"

Writing for Variety, Music or Comedy Series: The Daily Show With Jon Stewart

Directing for Variety, Music or Comedy Series: Bruce Gowers, American Idol

Miniseries: Little Dorrit

Made for Television Movie: Grey Gardens

Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or a Movie: Jessica Lange, Grey Gardens

Directing for a Miniseries, Movie or a Dramatic Special: Dearbhla Walsh, Little Dorrit

Writing for a Miniseries, Movie or a Dramatic Special: Andrew Davies, Little Dorrit

Lead Actor in a Miniseries or a Movie: Brendan Gleeson, Into the Storm

Supporting Actor in a Miniseries or a Movie: Ken Howard, Grey Gardens

Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or a Movie: Shohreh Aghdashloo, House of Saddam

Reality Competition Program: The Amazing Race

Host for a Reality or Reality-Competition Program: Jeff Probst, Survivor

Lead Actor in a Comedy Series: Alec Baldwin

Lead Actress in a Comedy Series: Toni Collette, United States of Tara

Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series: Jon Cryer, Two and a Half Men

Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series: Kristin Chenoweth, Pushing Daisies

Guest Actress in a Comedy Series: Tina Fey, Saturday Night Live

Guest Actor in a Comedy Series: Justin Timberlake, Saturday Night Live

Writing in a Comedy Series: Matt Hubbard, 30 Rock ("Reunion")

Directing for a Comedy Series: Jeffrey Blitz, The Office ("Stress Relief")


The host, Neil Patrick Harris (almost typed Howser!)

Sarah McLachlan sings during a tribute

The awesome Toni Collette wins for 'United States of Tara' - well deserved!!

Love the pairing - 'Vampire Bill' and 'Angel'

Dog Get Down From There!

More hilarity here

Interview with Alan Ball

Well, I've finished Season 2 - very enjoyable! Was stoked (not staked haha) to see this interview with Alan Ball.

How long until Season 3? Ball says: It’s probably going to premiere around the same time it did this year. We’re going to try to shoot one episode before the Christmas break. I don’t know if HBO will bring the show back earlier, but it certainly won’t be later.


I actually had a really good weekend - yes, it went too fast they always do, but I shouldn't complain.

I managed to leave work on Friday a little early (people started boozing at 4pm). At home, we cleaned the house (highly recommend getting this chore out of the way before the weekend), and then showered, dressed for my date.

We had yummy Japanese at Taiku in Kingsland. Unfortunately our service was crap - yes, they were busy, but when you can see people who arrived after you getting great service and leaving before you it sucks (plus my meal came out 15-20 mins after his, and that is still after waiting an hour for mains... His starter came *after* his main!). The food & sake was delicious though.

We had a wee wander around Kingsland and settled on having a drink at Ruby bar (his friends own it). I liked the decor, though the bar itself probably only had 8 people (it wasn't even 10:30pm yet).

My slightly spinny head and dry mouth the next morning told me I drunk more than I realised! The upside of this is I slept four whole hours in a row with him next to me (I usually sleep terribly).

After lounging around a while he left, and I did washing and pottered, until I got a text from Jo. I bussed into town - we had a quick catch-up, wandered up to Real Groovy then up to K'Road and Iko Iko. I walked home afterwards (invigorating!).

Rich and I went for a drive to Howick (he needed to borrow some liquors for a tiramisu) to see Mum - we hung for a few hours, watching some of the MTV music awards (yay for Muse live!!).

On the way home we stopped and got my *favourite* chicken on rice w salad and hummus from the best kebab place (Panmure). Awesomeness.

Sunday I pottered (Internet, reading etc)... It was a quiet but lovely day just relaxing at home. At 5:30pm the whole fam + Italian son + Dave's g/f turned up for dinner at Gina's. We had a nice, but extremely LOUD, meal. The wine was a highlight... Huntaway Sav, reserve if I remember correctly (I am going to look out for it again!!). The Italian son have his meal the thumbs up ("typical of pasta from Southern Italy").

Back at our place the seven of us tucked into a HUGE and delicious Rich-made tiramisu...

Great night! Great weekend!

Random Notes:

* Loving - Bowerbirds (alt-folk tunes), Dove's Green Tea & Cucumber range (I swear, its awesome. I have the deodorant, moisturiser, and shower gel), planning for weekend away, that Animal Collective are coming, Dr Horrible to perform a song at the Emmys

* Not Loving - Overdue library books and the ensuing fines, bad service at restaurants

PS: It's HG Wells birthday (if he was still alive) - one of the 'Fathers of Sci-Fi'. Thanks Google.

20 September 2009

Cry Little Sister

I'm a huge 'The Lost Boys' fan, and I like the show 'True Blood'... So, the original singer/songwriter (G Tom Mac) of 'Cry Little Sister', the Lost Boys theme song, has created a *new* swampy version, inspired by 'True Blood'!

I love the original version, but this is pretty catchy too. Enjoy!

This just in!

Animal Collective are to play Auckland's Powerstation, Tuesday 8th December!!


Read about it at Under the Radar

19 September 2009

New Moon Soundtrack

Regardless of the contents of the books or the movie (the movie is better than the books in my opinion), the contents of the soundtracks are bloody surprising - and good!

The first Twilight soundtrack, excluding a few songs, is actually pretty cool. And the announcements for the second movie, 'New Moon', are even cooler.

Representatives for The Killers and Grizzly Bear have confirmed that each will be included on the "Twilight Saga: New Moon" soundtrack, according to an article in the New York Times.

"New Moon" music supervisor Alexandra Patsavas, who also crafts the music playlists behind "Gossip Girl" and "Grey's Anatomy," sat down with the newspaper to chat about crafting the tracklist, which will be revealed unto the world tomorrow (Sept. 18).

Patsavas declined to comment on the two above mentioned bands, and mentioned she was "confident" that Thom Yorke, Bon Iver and Band of Skulls -- three acts that "New Moon" director Chris Weitz exclusively revealed to HitFix as participants -- would be in the final cut.

"This is a much more somber movie than 'Twilight,'" Patsavas said of the first film. "There is a lot of love lost, so the artists that are going to make up the soundtrack reflect that longing - a lot of acoustic instruments, a lot of a cappella singing. This soundtrack definitely feels a bit more indie than the last one."

Full article here

Interesting - the music on 'Gossip Girl' and 'Grey's Anatony' tends to be cool too! (GG is a guilty pleasure of mine)

15 September 2009

Nobody Puts Baby in a Corner...

RIP Patrick Swayze :(

"Patrick Swayze passed away peacefully today with family at his side after facing the challenges of his illness for the last 20 months."

And for some bad taste that is *way* too soon:

14 September 2009

Florence & The Machine

A friend alerted me to this interview on the stuff.co.nz blog. The most important part being:

I asked the obvious question you feel you have to ask when talking to an international musician with one album under their belt: will we see you out here in New Zealand?
The answer: "Yeah, definitely, around January I reckon..."
Ah, so Big Day Out then?
"Yeah, I think so, it's not definite, I don't know if I am allowed to say for sure, but I think so...and I hope so...until then we're doing plenty of shows around Europe. But definitely hoping to make it down your way and very keen to be there for the Big Day Out."

Read the full interview here

Please PLEASE be true!!!!! I think the first Big Day Out annoucement is next week!

13 September 2009

F' My Life

"Today, I got stuck in an elevator for 45 minutes. I am an elevator mechanic. FML"

Funny site to kill time: FML - Your Everyday Life Stories

The Church of Google

We all know I heart Google. I saw this article and had to share part of it:

Google inspires awe, which is one reason why the Church of Google has appeared on the internet. The site (founded in 2006 by a young Canadian, Matt MacPherson) posits this argument: ''We at the Church of Google believe the search engine Google is the closest humankind has ever come to directly experiencing an actual God (as typically defined). We believe there is much more evidence in favour of Google's divinity than there is for the divinity of other more traditional gods. Thus, Googlists believe Google should rightfully be given the title of 'God.' ''

The Church of Google offers what it calls nine proofs:

1. Google is the closest thing to an omniscient (all-knowing) entity in existence.

2. Google is everywhere at once (omnipresent).

3. Google answers prayers. (''As an example, you can quickly find information on alternative cancer treatments, or new and innovative medical discoveries, and generally anything that resembles a typical prayer.'')

4. Google is potentially immortal.

5. Google is infinite. (The internet can theoretically grow forever.)

6. Google remembers all.

7. Google can do no evil. (Google's corporate philosophy is ''do no evil''.)

8. Google is believed. (The term ''Google'' is searched for more than the terms ''God'', ''Jesus'', ''Allah'', ''Buddha'', ''Christianity'' and ''Islam'' combined.)

9. Evidence of Google's existence is abundant. No faith is required.

Beyond this elegant spoof, and the serious philosophical argument it makes in favour of atheism, the entire Google phenomenon takes us down the slippery path of artificial intelligence, a direction computer science appears to be heading. Every day, the vast Google machine of 500,000 computer servers processes about 500 million queries. So many people are using Google that it is becoming akin to the collective brain of western society.


Read the whole article at Stuff

Neil Gaiman's Bookshelf

There are almost no words for the awesomeness that is Neil Gaiman's personal library. The man himself is, of course, awesome anyway - love his writing, but this is just... *gasps*

Neil's Bookshelf - Readers out there, follow the link and swoon at book heaven.

Emmy for Dr Horrible!!

(Nathan Fillion, aka Captain Hammer)

Joss Whedon won at the Creative Arts Emmys! 'Dr. Horrible's Sing-a-Long Blog' took home the award for Short-Form Live Action Entertainment Special Class Program. Yay for Joss the Emmy Winner!! Let's all do The Dance of Joy (certainly makes a difference from The Dance of Shame)

Bite Me

I've always been interested in vampires. Empire Blog question the rise in vampire love (but apparently this all started with True Blood, Twilight, and Buffy... I argue this "vampire thing" isn't a "these days" phenomenon; it's been there for a looooong time, hollywood is just jumping on the bandwagon with dollar signs in their eyes).

Read about it here.

On that note, I just finished watching the pilot episode of 'The Vampire Diaries'. I read the books (there were four of them then) about 15 years ago... People have been drawing strong comparisons between these books and 'Twilight'. The TV show was completely Twilight-esque. Very teen. However, the soundtrack rocked (Bat for Lashes, White Lies just to name two tracks).
Basic plot: Gorgeous yet tragic Elena (both parents lost to a car accident 5 months ago) is strangely attracted to the mysterious new boy at school, Stefan Salvatore. Yes, he is a vampire. Enter Damon Salvatore, Stefan's older and way more evil vampire brother... Elena is a dead-ringer for Katherine, a girl both (?) loved in 1870s... Let the drama begin!
So far all it has going for it is: vampires, great music, and Kevin Williamson (screenwriter best known for Dawson's Creek, Scream, I Know What You Did Last Summer, The Faculty). I *might* risk watching episode 2...

10 September 2009

Ladyhawke back in NZ

Modular Touring & C4 Presents…

The New Zealand born chanteuse, Ladyhawke will sprinkle her heart racing vintage pop over her homeland for her three date headline tour.

Ladyhawke, aka Pip Brown has lived a rocket ride of an existence over the past 18 months, spending a lengthy stint abroad supporting her lauded, self titled debut and now she’s bringing it all back home. Tickets go on sale Tuesday 8th September.

Since her debut album was released last year, Ladyhawke has been in high demand - playing just about every European festival you could care to mention, she has been splashed across the tabloids, fashion bibles and music rags, a gold album in Australia, NZ and the UK, and has just been nominated for several New Zealand Music Awards.

The tour begins in Auckland, with a fleeting visit to her hometown Wellington before finishing up in Christchurch. Supporting Pip on the road across the New Zealand dates will be fellow New Zealanders, Over The Atlantic.

Her next single “Magic” – produced with her chief collaborator, world-renowned producer Pascal Gabriel (S-Express, Bomb The Bass, Kylie, New Order) will be released digitally in New Zealand on the 6th of October. The Collectors Edition of her debut album is out now.

Auckland concert - 31st October @ The Powerstation

I hope to be there!

Boy oh Boy

[I interrupt this post to bring an UPDATE: I called and spoke with Boy. He seems happy with my alternative. We are road-tripping to the Coromandel the first weekend of October. I am still scared, but in a 'feel the fear and do it anyway' kinda way]

So, I've had the last two days off work. I am such a wuss (and have no sick leave left), but I have been fighting off something for a week now. I thought I kicked it over the weekend, but Tuesday I wake with spinning head, nausea... Possibly sinus? I don't know. Anyways, yesterday I was miserable... today I'm miserable, but slightly less so... I've spent both days in bed :(

I did finish watched all of 'Freaks & Geeks', which helped cheer me up. Now I am in mourning as I have no more to watch (and James Franco really doesn't wash his hair the whole time hehe).

I also figured out how to deal with "weekend away". See I was getting all stressed: it was short notice and flights were expensive... I'd have to go with him during the week (which is fine for him as he is on holidays, but it would mean more time off work for me)... I tell you, I've been freaking.

Then it hit me - I just have to be honest (not that I've been lying), and I came up with a solution/alternative. We still go away for the weekend, but let's start with a road trip. The weekend away would be less pressure (we could stay somewhere relaxing), and we could see if we can coexist during separate things (but together)... It's still going to be fun, but instead of getting all expensive and touristy in Welly, we can sit at the beach, go for walks, read, watch DVDs...

So, believe it or not, and don't laugh, the majority of this was relayed through text messages - he's at school and can't talk, but kept demanding dates for flights! I promised to call him tonight... so, in maybe an hour, I am phoning him...

I can't see any reason why his feelings would be hurt, or he would be mad... I've been upfront from the start (and never actually got to say: "Yes I'll come". I said "Let me think on it" and somehow that turned into: "Yes I'll come"!), and I've given an alternative that still allows us to spent a whole weekend together.

Ok, yes, as you can see I am still freaking a little bit. Feeling slightly feverish doesn't help either. Good luck me.

Welcome Back Ryan Adams!

Looks like Ryan Adam's self-imposed break from music is over. I've missed his often crazy and constant internet banter, whether it's on his twitter, you tube channel, website, or facebook.

Finally he has started talking and, most importantly, RECORDING again.

Evidence #1
Ryan Adams, Foggy (I've already watched 3 or so different videos on the old school TV)

Evidence #2
Ryan Adams - Vimeo (Here is where the videos feed from I think. At least they have previous ones posted here and they are all recent!)

Happy Birthday from Ryan Adams on Vimeo.

Evidence #3
He's started his own record label called Pax-Am, and his first official digital release will be 'Lost and Found'/'Go Ahead and Rain', 11 September. Looks like this will also be on vinyl (which is not relevant for me, but hey, yay for him!)

Evidence #4
Ok, so this is not anything to do with him returning to music. He's got two books under is belt, and is now the Morrisons Hotel's (Gallery) First Artist in Residence. The showing of his work starts 23 September at the NYC galley. Thumbnails of his work below.

Evidence #5
Again, not music related, but this video game column he wrote for Awl is hilarious, and again reminded me how much I've missed his rants.

06 September 2009

Where is my mind?

I think I'm supposed to be excited to be asked to go away for the weekend with a Boy. Instead I feel a bit... well, in a word, "freaked". Of course things are only what you make them; if I make this a big deal, then it is. A mini-break to Wellington will be fun... won't it?

*sigh* Stupid freaked brain.

On the plus side, the weekend has been GLORIOUS - the sunshine is incredible, and there is that crisp, cool, spring air. I'm considering a walk down K'Road... or staying here to lie in the sun with the possibility of a sleep... I'm feeling lazy after brekky at Benediction (hilarity: orders getting fucked up all over the show. I felt so sorry for the waitress!! It was a royal mess!!)

Yesterday I went to the Auckland Art Gallery - for the first time in years. The gallery itself is being renovated, so all the exhibits more moved to the smaller 'new gallery'. When the old one is redone (to become the 'new new gallery' I guess hehe) it will be awesome - gotta wait until 2010 though.
Anyways, there was an early NZ art showing (Goldie and such), and a Rita Angus exhibition (which I really really liked!!).

Today is of course Father's day here, so its off to see the fam for a BBQ tonight - bloody perfect weather for the first "summer" BBQ.

04 September 2009

Fleetwood Mac!

Legendary super group Fleetwood Mac will return to New Zealand for the first time in nearly 30 years for an exclusive show at New Plymouth's beautiful TSB Bowl of Brooklands, 19 December (Saturday).

Following on the heels of their hugely successful 55-city sold out North American tour, Fleetwood Mac - Stevie Nicks, Lindsey Buckingham, Mick Fleetwood and John McVie - will bring their 'Unleashed' tour to New Zealand on Saturday December 19.

The tour is a two-hour plus celebration of all the greatest hits from undoubtedly one of the most enduring, celebrated and influential rock groups of all time.

Ticket prices start at $120, and climb to $450!! At that price, I hope you are sitting on Stevie Nicks' lap! Don't think I'll make it to New Plymouth for the concert, but would LOVE to go... I was *this* close to being named Rhiannon after that song.

People are Strange

Two new 'links to make you laugh' for the day:

Not Always Right (The customer isn't always right you know!)

People of Wal-Mart (Proof that all the American weirdoes shop at Wal-Mart)

03 September 2009

'Deadwood' Quote of the Day

"Fuck yourself with a fist punch up the ass, today at the present moment." – Calamity Jane

The Pixies are COMING!!!

The Pixies have announced their first NZ gig!!! They will play Vector Arena March 12 2010. I am super-excited!!! (It's a three exclamation mark occasion!!!)

I have to admit, I am more a "know your hits" fan when it comes to The Pixies. But I will be immersing myself in their back catalogue in time for March.

The Pixies will perform all of the songs from Doolittle and its related B-sides, as well as classics such as Debaser, Wave of Mutilation, Here Comes Your Man, Hey, and Gouge Away.

The group - Black Francis, Kim Deal, Joey Santiago and David Lovering - will also play in Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth after the Auckland gig.

Please don't sell out before I have a ticket!!!

Rhythm and Vines

New Years is not something I tend to celebrate with a lot of excitment... But the line-up for the Rhythm and Vines festival, on the Waiohika Estate Vineyard in Gisborne, sounds awesome. (Last time I was in Gisborne was for stage 3 Geography research paper at Uni... good times).

The second annoucement of artists includes: Moby, The Editors, 2ManyDJs, Ajax, Bang Gang, DJ Emerson Todd, Future of the Left, White Rabbits, Opensouls, Dane Rumble, Dictophone Blues and An Emerald City.

They join previously announced acts Empire of the Sun, Major Lazer, Midnight Youth, Krafty Kuts, Kora, Optimus Gryme, PNC, Sola Rosa and P-Money.

The festival runs from December 29-31 (onsite camping available)

01 September 2009

Random playlist

I had my gigabeat on random today... it's a great way to rediscover tracks and forgotten artists. Here's what it spat out:

The Fox, Sleater-Kinney
Breathe me, Sia
People C’Mon, Delta Spirit
Fistful of Love, Antony and the Johnsons
Stuck on a boat, Port O’Brien
Last Tango in Paris, Gotan Project
Apartment Story, The National
The Last High, The Dandy Warhols
Skeletal Lamping, Of Montreal
The French Open, Foals
Tusk, Fleetwood Mac
The Devil, The Rapture
Nature of Man, Little Bushman
Hot Ride, The Prodigy
Where do you go my Lovely?, Peter Sarstedt
Why Go, Pearl Jam
Close Call, Rilo Kiley
Autumn Rain, Day One
Airport Disco, Athlete
Slow Moves, Jose Gonzalez
Teenage Dirtbag, Wheatus
Extraordinary Machine, Fiona Apple
Another way to Die, Jack White and Alicia Keys
Skream!, Skream
Back in the Day (Puff), Erykah Badu
No Rerun, Lou Rhodes
White Rabbit, Jefferson Airplane
Broken, UNKLE
Emotion 98.6, Mylo
Games, The Moths!
Where the Wild Roses Grow, Nick Cave and Kylie Minogue
Honey, Tosca
Dance Party in the Balkans, Alaska in Winter
Bug Powder Dust, Kruder and Dorfmeister