Sunday, December 27, 2009
Saturday, December 19, 2009
I don't know how much Mr. Yorke actually knows about climate change but he is pissed for sure. Perhaps his passion about the matter is related to a former unpleasant experience with fossil fuel (pictured.... sorry;-).
Wednesday, December 16, 2009
I checked my Facebook this morning and updates from Brad Pemberton, the drummer in The Cardinals who played with Ryan Adams, showed that Chris Feinstein aka Spacewolf has passed away.
He died in the early hours of the day in his home in Manhattan, New York City.
Well, I don't know the guy, but have come to love his talented bass-playing with Ryan Adams and The Cardinals, as well as having checkedup on his doings after The Cardinals split with Ryan Adams. He sounded like an awesome guy, so thoughts and peace out.
In July 2009, Chris Feinstein and The Cardinals landed a gig with singer/songwriter Gin Wigmore in New Zealand, with whom they recently toured Australia / New Zealand.
Tuesday, December 15, 2009
Wednesday, December 09, 2009
It's not new or anything, but just a nice break this wednesday. What an eerie and brilliant video.
Department of Eagles is a band formed in 2000 by friends and New York University (NYU) roommates Daniel Rossen (Grizzly Bear) and Fred Nicolaus.
Check this out if you're into ballerina legs and singing ghosts.
Tuesday, December 08, 2009
Saturday, December 05, 2009
Thursday, November 26, 2009
Thursday, October 22, 2009
Tuesday, October 20, 2009
Wednesday, October 07, 2009
Tuesday, July 21, 2009
Then grab a listen (and a look) at these two tracks.
Friday, June 26, 2009
Thursday, April 30, 2009
The Indielaundry crew are warming up to this years Roskilde Festival. The line-up this year has been discussed a lot between the crew and we more or less agree, that among the headliners the quality is very low this year. Too mainstream, too much old news, too much rap and metal. But fortunately the smaller venues at Roskilde always has great (the greatest) shows. So this year it's the smaller and still unknown bands who we rely on here at Indielaundry. Personally I only have a few must-see's - two of them are Lucinda Williams and M. Ward. Both artists who cooperate alot with other artists - and each other. On the new M. Ward album theres a duet with the two artists, and I hope Roskilde are up for arranging this duet on stage - it could be magic. Heres a few live-goodies - that realy shows what we are up for. (Just hope Jim James shows up as well!)
Thursday, April 02, 2009
Monday, March 16, 2009
Their album Person to Person should be out around june and since I havn't found it leaked yet, I just enjoyed the appetizer from their label, well-renowned label Secretly Canadian.
Anywhoooo I find Vacationing People (see below) a very fine little popgem.
This is Foreign Born doing LOve, Love, Love by Mr. Sir. Lord. Leonard Cohen. Further below the master himself.
Sunday, March 15, 2009
What has been done to most of the objects in the background is the fascinating thing about this direction. Most of the objects represents a sound played in the song. For example in the beginning every clap in the song is represented by a house passing by. The timing is so badass. Visionary stuff.
If you're into Michel Gondry then you should definetly also check out the trailer for his new collab. movie TOKYO! An omnibus tale examining the nature of one unforgettable city as its shaped by the disparate people who live, work (and run amok) inside an enormous, constantly evolving, densely populated Japanese megalopolis.
Friday, March 13, 2009
Wayne looks uncannily like Jimmy Page - Yardbirds - era. I like the energy they put in it, but the dance is rubbish. The words I'm thinking about now is 'hysteria' and '...for God sakes - relax!'.
But here you have it.
Wednesday, March 11, 2009
This song is Take Me Home by Tom Waits from french tv in 1982, performed on a show called "Reportage". The song is from the soundtrack to Francis Ford Coppola movie One from the Heart. The album, and I quote sources on this: "...is constructed as a dialog between lovers in a fitful emotional spiral, Waits raspy growl is the perfect counterpoint to Gayle's own gutsy, surprisingly bluesy diva turns"
I'm not familiar with this album, but I know that Take Me Home is a very sweet and emotional song. It kind of just punches you Bruce Lee-way in the heart. At least a very good way to spend only 2 small minutes.
Friday, March 06, 2009
Thursday, March 05, 2009
While these DIY we-live-in-solitude-in-the-woods-bands like Bon Iver, Fleet Foxes and Grizzly Bear (and a lot of others in lumberjack shirts) back each other up big time, this album should be huge. Fleet Foxes’ Robin Pecknold has already called it “the album of the 00s.' - If I really was a teenager - i'm not (courtesy of me) - i'd be stupidly exited when someone like Robin Pecknold said stuff like that. Instead I'm just a tiny bit exited, because I really dug Yellow House, which is a beautiful creative album. AND I've just heard 'Ready, Able' from the new album which is just pure bliss - i love it already.
Rumours are that new album Veckatimest, which should officially should release in three month time, is insanely good. But hey, we'll wait and check it out by then. Or find it on a torrent. Wha'eva. Now we are a part of the hype.
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Wednesday, March 04, 2009
Saturday, February 28, 2009
This tune just makes me very happy and video is kinda cool too. Röyksopp are just the best at electro music in Scandinavia.
Wednesday, February 25, 2009
A Certain Ratio A-Trak Alela Diane Andrew Bird Angelo Spencer Aphex Twin Ariel Pink Art Brut Bat For Lashes Black Lips Bloc Party Bowerbirds Carsick Cars Chad VanGaalen Crystal Antlers Crystal Stilts Cuzo Damien Jurado Dan Deacon Ensemble Deerhunter Dj Mehdi Ebony Bones El-P Extra Life Extraperlo Fucked Up Gang Gang Dance Ghostface Killah Girl Talk Girls Jarvis Cocker Jason Lytle Jay Reatard Joe Crepúsculo y Los Destructores Joe Henry John Maus Karl Blau Kimya Dawson Kitty, Daisy and Lewis Lemonade Lightning Bolt Magik Markers Magnolia Electric Co. Mahjongg Marnie Stern Michael Mayer Michael Nyman My Bloody Valentine Oneida Phoenix Plants & Animals Ponytail Rosvita Shearwater Shellac Simian Mobile Disco Skatebård Sleepy Sun Sonic Youth Spectrum Spiritualized Squarepusher Sunn O))) The Bad Plus The Bug The Drones The Extraordinaires The Jayhawks The Jesus Lizard The Lions Constellation The Mae Shi The New Year The Pains Of Being Pure At Heart The Secret Society The Soft Pack The Tallest Man On Earth The Vaselines Throwing Muses Uffie Veracruz Vivian Girls Wavves Women Wooden Shjips Yo La Tengo Zombie Zombie ...
Are you going?????
Sunday, February 22, 2009
UPDATE: We were notified about Bono's performance on I Am The Walrus in the movie Across The Universe... Jim Carrey beats this:
Friday, February 20, 2009
Here's a very unfocused but quite well sounding clip from last years historical Neil Young concert at Orange Stage:
Wednesday, February 18, 2009
Tuesday, February 17, 2009
Friday, February 13, 2009
I attended a Kings of Leon concert the other night in Copenhagen. And here is the playlist, complete with video, audio og lyrics. This service has potential!
Thursday, February 12, 2009
Sunday, February 08, 2009
Monday, February 02, 2009
Friday, January 30, 2009
Thursday, January 29, 2009
Wednesday, January 28, 2009
Sunday, January 25, 2009
Thursday, January 22, 2009
Not only did I find beautiful pieces of music, but I read about a movie, which I've never heard of. It is a limited movie - 'Synecdoche, New York', directed (debut) my one of my favorite scriptwrites, Charlie Kaufman.
Trailer for Synecdoche, New York here!
Little Person - Jon Brion on piano - soundtrack 'Synecdoche, New York
Check out his performance at the Late Night Show here:
Wednesday, January 21, 2009
You rawk #44!
Monday, January 19, 2009
So let's hear it from the master - John Henry Bonham (RIP) - Moby Dick Drum Solo! Enjoy!
Friday, January 16, 2009
Conor Oberst And The Mystic Valley Band
...and many others. And if you subscribe to their podcasts you can download them as well. Wow!
Thursday, January 15, 2009
While we loved - and still are loving - M Wards adventures into '50s pop with actress-songstress Zooey Deschanel on She & Him's Volume One, he now returns to his contemplative self. Now with added keyboards, strings and scattered percussion.
Watch the slow motion video for the titletrack 'Hold time'(directed by M. Ward) below. It's really beautiful and lonely. I guess Bon Iver hasn't made M Ward a single bit more hardcore, happy or full of ska. But thank God for that. This is an artist in full control and I just can't wait to buy the album.
Wednesday, January 14, 2009
Thursday, January 08, 2009
Tuesday, January 06, 2009
My Morning Jacket provides an extensive 2-set show, including some unusual and very well-chosen covers of Sam Cooke, Curtis Mayfield etc. But most of all it is the explosive versions of their own songs that really kicks. The Jackets cancelled a show here in Copenhagen last fall to much frustration among the Indie Laundry crew. I would suggest that their New Year resolution would be to reschedule a new date a.s.a.p. What about Roskilde Festival, eh? MMJ would suit the orange main stage perfectly.
2. Move On Up (Curtis Mayfield)
3. Evil Urges
4. Off The Record
6. The Way That He Sings
7. Thank You Too
8. I'm Amazed
11. You're All I Need (marvin gaye)
12. Express Yourself (charles wright)
13. Wonderful Man
14. Lay Low
15. Phone Went West
16. Look At You
18. Smoking from Shootin->
19. Touch Me Part 2->
20. Run Thru
21. The Wanderer (Dion)
1. new years' countdown
2. Celebration (kool & the gang)
3. Get Down On It (kool & the gang)
4. Wordless Chorus
5. Highly Suspicious
7. Islands in the Stream (Dolly Parton & Kenny Rogers)
8. Bring It on Home to Me (Sam Cooke)
9. Cold Sweat (James Brown)
11. One Big Holiday
12. Auld Lang Syne (sung by Jim James over a prerecorded backing track)
13. outro music - We'll Meet Again