Sunday, May 31, 2009

Sunday Vlog: 31th May

My design I printed off Redbubble

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Tuesday, May 26, 2009


With a new logo, we have a new look PBS and a new Radio festival.

Barrel of Monkeys had another awesome radio festival show, with a late night 'spooky' theme. Check out the playlist at PBSfm's website.

For our secret spooky shame with had 'Ghostbusters' by Ray Parker Junior.

And also played this Alice Cooper 'Welcome to my nightmare' (although it wasn't this version)

The Muppet's used to give me Nightmares when I was little.

Tuesday, May 19, 2009

iglu and hartly

In the world of the internet I found this the other day

which is like an indie rock group with some rap thrown in, like what Linkon Park did for Alt Metal.
Also digging the animation in this video clip, it reminded me of ghost in the shell.


Ratatat, Qua and Worlds End Press(did not see) at the Corner Friday 15th, $30+BF

Qua was very hypnotic, 2 piece, Laptop, Synth, Electronic Drums and Sampler/Loop machine(I think)
Ratatat had some great guitar riffs and visuals, with plenty of electronic beats and samples.
I was up the front for most of it, but couldn’t stand it, seams that all the f*** heads are up the front, they tend to get a little overexcited, pushy, violent to others, and all the mellow people who would like to have a non intrusive dance stand up the back.

Sunday, May 17, 2009

Up Late in Melbourne Podcast: Episode 4

1. Bayonets by Bricolage from Self Tittled Album on Slumberland
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2. Make It Take It by The American Analog Set from Hard to Find: Singles and Unreleased 2000-2005 on Hometown Fantasy
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3. March of the Balloon Animals by Dengue Fever from Dengue Fever Presents: Sleepwalking Through the Mekong on M80
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4. It Was a Better Time by The Hermit from Turn Up (The Stereo) on So Called Recordings
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5. Safe Word by Vampire Hands from Me & You Cherry Red / Cuz It's a Beach Funeral on Modern Radio
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6. Gorgeous Behavior by Marching Band from Spark Large on U & L Records, Inc.
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7. Young Adult Friction by The Pains Of Being Pure At Heart from The Pains Of Being Pure At Heart on Slumberland
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8. Half Asleep by School of Seven Bells from Alpinisms on Ghostly International
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9. Don and Sherri (Hot Chip Version) by Matthew Dear, Hot Chip on Asa Breed Black Edition on Ghostly International
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Sunday, May 10, 2009

No Through Road


From Adelaide No Through Roads single 'Party to Survive' from new album Winer out through Low Transit Industries.

Saturday, May 9, 2009

Lady of Pop

Lady Sovereign - So Human

This is such a pop number, I would feel very scared to play it on PBSfm. I love the use of sampling of the Cure's 'Close to Me'.

Howling Bells

Howling Bells - Cities Burning Down

Just been listening to 'Treasure Hunt' from Howling Bells and like what I hear, it's from there new album Radio Wars which has been out for awhile, and haven't listened to it yet.

Thursday, May 7, 2009

Come Back

Last Friday night one of my long time RL friends decided to disappear from the interwebs (well his words were more like take a break from Facebook). And instantly thought of this song...

Player - Baby Come Back

Also I've been trying to get this smooth track on itunes but they have some crappy updated version, looks like I'll be heading to the record store.

Monday, May 4, 2009

Richie 1250

Ventured into the Old Bar on Friday to see Richie play with his band the Brides of Christ. Did happen to hear a little of Howl at the Moon, very tight and Toot Toot Toot, very challenging.

Richie was really intense on stage, really getting into the moment, dancing into the crowd. Also the guitar was really tight, and the whole band too.

Richie Myspace
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Sunday, May 3, 2009

Soul a Go Go

This was probably the best Soul a Go Go I've been to. Crowd was a little over 28's, and started off being a little quiet at 10 but then got packed around 11. Highlights were Vince, Paul Sadot (in the soul room) and DJ Prequel.