Interview with Lisa Gerrard I was dressed in pyjamas when I first confronted Dead Can Dance – the imagescape of 1993’s Baraka was flowing over me with The Host of Seraphim, from Dead Can Dance’s 1988 tome, The Serpent’s Egg, invading my soul. The theatre was full, but I think I had been standing throughout … Continue reading “Dead Can Dance, Capturing the Spiritchaser”
greetings! i’m just doing my abdominal crunches for the dead can dance i/v tonight. oh well, back to the “ab roller plus” … adm schwarzenegg aaarrgh. With one’s back firmly planted against one of the many heaters spread throughout the Fly By Night Club you can sometimes forget that you are within a sheet-metal aircraft … Continue reading “Not Enough Rope; Honey, Fly By Night, May 11, 1996”
From WorldWide Religious News.
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[An archive of the last Sydney Album Show entry]
Peso Playlist, Friday October 1, 2002
TAIPEI–Three new-spankin’-new playlists from Peso. Note new Humbug single, For the Birds, available MP3-only from www.humbugmusic.com. New song each week ’til album launch. Peso playlist Friday August 16, 2002 Mogwai – New Paths to Helicon Pt 1 Mogwai and David Pejo – Take Me Somewhere Nice Shino Lin – Track 7 [Req. Bad song on … Continue reading “Mental Notes: August 2002”
Peso playlist Wednesday June 19, 2002 Sonic Youth – The Diamond Sea Mogwai – Take Me Somewhere Nice Built to Spill – You Are Pale Saints – One Blue Hill Luna – Fuzzy Wuzzy Turn On (Stereolab and High Lamas) – Ru Tenone Uilab (Ui and Stereolab) – St Elmo’s Fire Boards of Canada – … Continue reading “Mental Notes: June 2002”
Peso playlist Wednesday May 29, 2002
Metropolis Fremantle With the demography of their audience swinging wildly between conservative listening-led folk canoodling their partners and dancefloor-bound style councillors hip to the remix craze sweeping the Anglo world, Everything But The Girl could hardly please everyone all of the time.