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Friday, March 31, 2006

 

Siouxsie and the Banshees Reissues - the first 4 albums to be reissued.

The first batch of reissue albums is released in the UK on 29th May 2006. The 4 first albums have been remastered and had some bonus material added.

# posted by DJ Martian 1:55 PM

Thursday, March 30, 2006

 

Classic Rock - 100 Greatest Britsh Rock Albums [via Acclaimed Music Forum] - it's rather rawk-ist.

[Classic Rock is a monthly classic/ trad rock mag published by Future publications in the UK.]

some observations

1. Led Zeppelin - IV - this apparently is the best British rock album ever. Ha ! they deserve to be put into a padded cell with stairway to heaven on a loop for 24 hours until they admit they are wrong.

When were U2 ever British?

Thin Lizzy - An Irish group - Not British - obviously the classic rock journos missed out on geography lessons in their youth - probably too busy bunking off - drinking cider and listening to Black Sabbath.

The closest Classic Rock mag gets to the dancefloor - Primal Scream - Screamadelica. This was the closest they got to HOUSE music EVER.

Joy Division - obviously too intelligent for a bunch of clasic rock mag denim 'n' leather clad journos? they instead prefer trash such as whitesnake - 1987 in at number 96

They obviously have never heard of The Chameleons? no they prefer the 'orrible Oasis

No Killing Joke - shamefully overlooked, instead dweebs such as status quo, bad company, deep purple and the darkness are listed

No Van Der Graaf Generator - probably too obscure

No The Fall - This Nation's Saving Grace - probably too alternative and abrasive for a bunch of Free and Supertramp loving classic rock freaks

No The Cure - Pornography - probably too strange

Kate Bush gets in but no Siouxsie & the Banshees

# posted by DJ Martian 11:38 PM
 

MOJO4MUSIC - the website for Mojo magazine have launched a new look design tonight.

MOJO's 150th ISSUE

Unfortunately the New Issue of Mojo is one of the worst I have seen in over 5 years. I left it to rot on the newsagents shelf.

Elvis on the front cover..why? and a dreadful so called 100 "Modern Classics" - best albums of Mojo's lifetime list. Mojo started in October 1993.

# posted by DJ Martian 10:39 PM
 

Metalrage interview Khoma

# posted by DJ Martian 9:48 PM
 

Candlelight Records To Premier New ENSLAVED Music This Saturday as reported by BW & BK

Candlelight Records USA will premiere 'Paths Of Vanir' from ENSLAVED's forthcoming album, Ruun, on Saturday, April 1st.

Launching at 9 AM (EST), you will be able to listen to the song, which is also the album's first of two planned videos, by bringing your browser to www.candlelightrecordsusa.com.

# posted by DJ Martian 8:26 PM
 

Dubstep Sufferah a spotlight on dubstep music by Shards, Fragments and Totems: Grievous Angel’s alternate reality of random scribbling

# posted by DJ Martian 7:45 PM
 

Damnation Festival 2006 - Ephel Duath have just been confirmed to perform at this Manchester based festival in October 2006.

# posted by DJ Martian 7:39 PM
 

BBC collective present a secret machines session The New Yorkers show their human side in our exclusive session.

# posted by DJ Martian 7:34 PM
 

Attention aspiring music writers: BBC - collective have a new initiative:

Got an idea for a Collective feature? We can help you make it.

BBC Collective is accepting pitches for Member Features to be published in the 200th Issue on 04 May, and monthly thereafter. The emphasis will be on grass-roots stories and new talent from people with the enthusiasm to get their message across. Features can take the form of a written article (illustrated with pictures, music tracks, etc.) or an audio/video report with a written introduction. Once commissioned, the Collective team will be on hand to help you create the piece. If necessary we'll crew and produce video packages, arrange for full tracks, create images, and offer as much guidance as you need.

read webpage for further guidelines.

# posted by DJ Martian 7:32 PM
 

Exit Festival - Serbia - 6th – 9th July

DanceFrontDoor provide info on Exit Festival - Serbia - The Biggest Festival in Eastern Europe

Official website: Exit Festival

# posted by DJ Martian 7:26 PM
 

Some Forthcoming Albums: April/ May

Asobi Seksu - Citrus

Asobi Seksu - Citrus

Boxcutter - Oneiric

Boxcutter - Oneiric

Album Due April 17th on planet mu

Daedelus - Denies the Day's Demise

Daedelus - Denies the Day's Demise

Info @ dotshop.se: Daedelus - Denies the Day's Demise

Dysrhythmia - Barriers And Passages

Dysrhythmia - Barriers And Passages

Enslaved - Ruun

The most anticipated metal album of 2006?

Enslaved - Ruun

Eternal Tears of Sorrow - Before the Bleeding Sun

Eternal Tears of Sorrow - Before the Bleeding Sun

Eternal Tears of Sorrow

Robin Guthrie - Continental

Robin Guthrie - Continental

Head Control System - Murder Nature

Head Control System - Murder Nature

Khoma - The Second Wave

Khoma - The Second Wave

Release Date: April 3rd

Khoma

Wilderness - Vessel States

Wilderness - Vessel States

# posted by DJ Martian 7:01 PM
 

Head Control System - Murder Nature

As I mentioned previously Garm from Ulver is involved in a new side project, Head Control System. Music wise it reminds me of A Perfect Circle: Mer De Noms.

aversionline.com asks is Head Control System - Murder Nature: The best "nu-metal" album of all time?

Head Control System

Listen to Head Control System: myspace.com

Link to HCS

# posted by DJ Martian 5:54 PM
 

Update: Scotland's experimental and electronic music network - a new non-profit organisation.

Update aims to provide a focal point for Scotland's experimental and electronic music community.

music scope:

"Update's definition of experimental and electronic music is broad, encompassing genres such as ambient, breakcore, contemporary classical, dark ambient, avant-garde doom, drone, electro-acoustic composition, electronica, electro-pop, free jazz, free noise, grime, IDM, improv, math rock, minimalism, neo-folk, noise, post rock, power electronics, sound art and other associated styles."

# posted by DJ Martian 10:59 AM
 

Agalloch Update

AGALLOCH - Track List For New Album Revealed, Vinyl Edition To Be Issued as reported by BW & BK.

Plus comments on the album from Agalloch Vocalist/guitarist John Haughm

# posted by DJ Martian 10:39 AM

Wednesday, March 29, 2006

 

Kultureflash - Headlines from London [No. 158 / 29.03.06]

This week's Kultureflash - Headlines from London

KultureFlash is a free, weekly newsletter covering contemporary culture in and around London. Each week we track down some of the more unusual and interesting events taking place in the Capital and deliver them straight to your inbox. Featuring art, gigs, films, talks, clubs and more -- we are committed to bringing you an eclectic mix of the most stimulating events in London.

# posted by DJ Martian 4:32 PM
 

New Cave In Album Planned

Lambgoat: Cave In to record new album this summer

# posted by DJ Martian 4:31 PM
 

drownedinsound.com: DJ Shadow! Comes out of the um... Shadows?

DJ Shadow comments:

stylistically... very different from The Private Press. Some have said Press was an inward-looking album. If that's true, than (sic) this album is the opposite, and that suits me just fine. I've also stopped worrying if my changing taste in music costs me fans. You can't please everybody all the time, but you can please yourself.

# posted by DJ Martian 4:28 PM

Tuesday, March 28, 2006

 

This week's flavourpill LONDON [Issue 128 - 4-10 April, 2006]

flavourpill LONDON is an email magazine covering a hand-picked selection of music, art and cultural events - delivered each Tuesday afternoon.

# posted by DJ Martian 3:55 PM
 

Top Rated Albums of 2006 has been updated @ rateyourmusic.com

# posted by DJ Martian 1:45 PM

Monday, March 27, 2006

 

albumvote.co.uk: Primal Scream Name New Album - Riot City Blues - due for release June 5th

# posted by DJ Martian 6:39 PM
 

foxy digitalis interview Grouper

# posted by DJ Martian 4:25 PM
 

All About Jazz interview Marc Ribot: Marc Ribot: That's the Way I View It From New York

# posted by DJ Martian 4:22 PM
 

Terrorizer - Issue 143

New issue of Terrorizer magazine will be on sale March 30th. Lacuna Coil are on the front cover.

Features:

STUDIO REPORT: ENSLAVED
STUDIO REPORT: ZYKLON
LACUNA COIL
IHSAHN
KILLING JOKE
EPICA
DISCHARGE
DISMEMBER
SADUS
PLACE OF SKULLS
MOSS
DOOM METAL SPECIAL
TRUE DOOM COMMUNITY
DOOM LABELS
FUNERAL/DRONE DOOM
DOOM ORAL HISTORIES: LEIF EDLING + ERIC WAGNER + LEE DORRIAN
POSTER: MY DYING BRIDE + ELECTRIC WIZARD
STONER/SLUDGE DOOM
DOOM ALBUM ARTWORK
BEYOND DOOM
DRILLER KILLER
RAGE
BAR-BARIAN WRATH: MAX CAVALERA
HARD OF HEARING: SUNN0))) + EARTH

Album Reviews
Killing Joke, Darkthrone, Lacuna Coil, Madder Mortem, Thralldom, Unearthly Trance - April showers or moody growers?

FEAR CANDY 27 COVERMOUNT CD

Includes FREE "Fear Candy 27" Sampler CD.

Featuring tracks from.

IHSAHN
SATYRICON
IMPALED NAZARENE
KILLING JOKE
SADUS
TEXTURES
PLACE OF SKULLS
SINISTER
NEAERA
SUMMONING
TYR
KHOMA
SCAR SYMMETRY
CAVALAR
FUELBLOODED
ELEPHANT
HISTORY OF GUNS

# posted by DJ Martian 4:18 PM

Sunday, March 26, 2006

 

Dave Ball presents the 6 Mix on 6 Music today at 8pm BST.

Dave Ball ex one half of Soft Cell, today one half of The Grid, on this week's 6 mix.

# posted by DJ Martian 5:09 PM

Saturday, March 25, 2006

 

The Independent interview Wayne Coyne: The Flaming Lips

The wild man behind The Flaming Lips really isn't mad; he's just very enthusiastic about life. Fiona Sturges meets him

# posted by DJ Martian 1:15 PM

Friday, March 24, 2006

 

Sonic Youth - Rather Ripped

cmj.com report Sonic Youth Reveals Tracklist, Title Of LP due for release June 13th on Geffen.

# posted by DJ Martian 1:51 PM
 

Bestival 2006 Initial Line Up Announced

Bestival - News: announce BESTIVAL 2006 - 1ST ANNOUNCEMENT!

When: 8 - 9 - 10 SEPTEMBER 2006
Where: ROBIN HILL COUNTRY PARK, NEWPORT, ISLE OF WIGHT.

• Bestival curator Rob da Bank announces the Saturday night headliner as Pet Shop Boys A UK festival exclusive!

• 8 stages of boutique festival fun - live music, top DJs, cabaret & super strange happenings. Supported by BBC Radio 1

• Other live acts include: Devendra Banhart, The Stranglers, The Fall, King Creosote, Jamie T, Cagedbaby, Kid Creole and The Coconuts, Amadou & Mariam, Nathan Fake, The Young Knives, The Sunshine Underground, Kanda Bongo Man, Planet Pendulum, Switch, The Boy Least Likely To, Mara Carlyle, James Yorkston and The Athletes, Fence Collective, The Aliens, My Robot Friend, Electronic Elvis, Kitty Daisy & Lewis, Jeremy Warmsley, Mr Hudson and the Library, Vetiver, Klaxons, Tunng, Jeggsy Dodd, Eberg, Electronic Elvis, Magnetophone with Sonic Boom and Kwaing Creasite, Get Cape.Wear Cape.Fly plus Young Blood Brass Band AND MUCH MUCH MORE TO STILL BE ANNOUNCED……

• Plus a host of the finest DJs: DJ Marky, DJ Yoda, Annie Mac, Cosmic Fury (Tom Middleton & Fred Deakin), Erol Alkan, DJ Zinc, Justin Robertson, Mary Anne Hobbs, Lindstrom & Prins Thomas, Touche, Jazzanova, Rob da Bank, Flower Power (Ibiza), Chris Coco, The Black Dog, Mixmaster Morris, Digital Mystikz, Skream, Kode 9, Various Prod

# posted by DJ Martian 12:18 PM

Thursday, March 23, 2006

 

Primavera Sound 06 Music Festival - Barcelona - June 1-3

Primavera Sound 2006 music festival.

Barcelona > June 1-2-3

Line up: A mixed bag, however far superior to British festivals such as V and Reading

Akron/Family * Alexander Kowalski feat. Khan * Animal Collective * Baby Shambles * Big Star * Centro-Matic * Constantines * Dinosaur Jr. * DJ Rush * Drive-By Truckers * Ellen Allien * Erol Alkan * ESG * Ferenc * Final Fantasy * Flaming Lips * French Toast * Gang Gang Dance * Joris Voorn * José González * Justice * Killing Joke * La Buena Vida * Lambchop * LD & The New Criticism * Marko Nastic * Mick Harvey * Mogwai * Motörhead * No-Neck Blues Band * P:ANO * Rex The Dog * Richard Hawley * Shellac * Sisa * Sleater-Kinney * South San Gabriel * Stereolab * Stuart Staples * Surfin Bichos * Television Personalities * The Boredoms * The Deadly Snakes * The Drones * The MFA * The New Christs * The Robocop Krauss * Umek * Undertow Orchestra * Vashti Bunyan * Violent Femmes * Why? * Xiu Xiu * Yeah Yeah Yeahs * Yo La Tengo

Latest Additions:

Lou Reed * 2 Many Dj’s * Isobel Campbell * The Brian Jonestown Massacre * Tender Forever * The Rogers Sisters * Deerhoof * Jens Lekman * Southern Arts Society * 12Twelve * Tachenko * Beef * Ainara LeGardon * Stay * Coconot * Clint

[Source efestivals.co.uk]

[Also advertised in The Wire]

# posted by DJ Martian 12:42 PM
 

The Wire - April 2006 Issue

Tom Verlaine is on the front cover of the new issue of The Wire

# posted by DJ Martian 12:39 PM

Wednesday, March 22, 2006

 

Relapse have unleashed a new DYSRHYTHMIA ecard

ecard: DYSRHYTHMIA

featuring two new tracks off their upcoming album: Barriers And Passages. The album will be released on May 2nd through Relapse Records

Brutal Psychedelic Instrumental Math-Rock !

# posted by DJ Martian 10:48 PM
 

Issue 2 of Rock a Rolla magazine features Justin Broadrick on the front cover

Other Contents:

Mike Patton
Guapo
Dalek
Mudhoney
Whitehouse
Liars
Atavist
Earth

Welcome to the official website of ROCK-A-ROLLA, a bi-monthly UK publication covering the best in avant-rock, noise, metal, and variations thereof. Available in VIRGIN MEGASTORE, HMV, ROUGH TRADE, SISTER RAY and other fine outlets nationwide.

# posted by DJ Martian 12:06 PM
 

Kultureflash - Headlines from London [No. 157 / 22.03.06]

This week's Kultureflash - Headlines from London

KultureFlash is a free, weekly newsletter covering contemporary culture in and around London. Each week we track down some of the more unusual and interesting events taking place in the Capital and deliver them straight to your inbox. Featuring art, gigs, films, talks, clubs and more -- we are committed to bringing you an eclectic mix of the most stimulating events in London.

includes reviews of:

The Knife - SILENT SHOUT
Nathan Fake - DROWNING IN A SEA OF LOVE

# posted by DJ Martian 10:26 AM
 

Tool - 10,000 Days

Front cover:

Tool - 10,000 Days

# posted by DJ Martian 12:31 AM

Tuesday, March 21, 2006

 

Ulrich Schnauss Plans to Finish New Album in April

Ulrich Schnauss provides a news update:

ALBUM, REMIXES ETC
at last the new album´s mostly finished - i will record a final version throughout april and continue to look for a suitable record label. a few new remixes will also be released in the near future - details very soon.

btw: two uk summer gigs (birmingham and london) are currently in preparation. will post details asap.

# posted by DJ Martian 11:10 PM
 

This week's flavourpill LONDON [Issue 126 - 21-27 March, 2006]

flavourpill LONDON is an email magazine covering a hand-picked selection of music, art and cultural events - delivered each Tuesday afternoon.

# posted by DJ Martian 4:22 PM
 

Summer Sundae Weekender 2006

6 Music announce Summer Sundae Lineup including Elbow

Official website: Summer Sundae

takes place: Leicester De Monfort Hall And Gardens
when: August 11-13.

# posted by DJ Martian 2:45 PM
 

Nathan Fake and James Holden on Radio 1 - Essential Mix [Now on Listen Again]

This week's show is a double header from the excellent Border Community camp. Hour one features a live laptop set from Nathan Fake and hour two sees James Holden return to the Essential Mix.

Coming Up on The Essential Mix:

26 March - SOS: Desyn Masiello, Demi & Omid, 16b
2 April - Miami Winter Music Conference: Mark Farina and Josh Wink

# posted by DJ Martian 11:12 AM
 

Latest Breezeblock show features Toolshed

Tracklisting info: Mary Anne Hobbs [Now on Listen Again]

Live session from Graham Massey's incredible Toolshed project.

Coming Up of the Breezeblock:

28 March - Underground Resistance
4 April - Burial
11 April - DNCN

# posted by DJ Martian 11:07 AM
 

Drowned in Sound: Radiohead announce May dates in England.

# posted by DJ Martian 10:52 AM

Monday, March 20, 2006

 

Massive Attack Announce Open Air Show in Gloucestershire

AngryApe notify Massive Attack Forest Show

The special outdoor event sees Massive Attack playing on July 30th at Westonbirt Arboretum, (in Tetbury, Gloucestershire).

# posted by DJ Martian 2:41 PM
 

All About Jazz interview Clogs: Clogs: Opening Up the Possibilities

Take the music of Steve Reich, Moondog, Guillaume de Machaut, Bell Orchestre, Sigur Ros, Penguin Café Orchestra, Eric Satie, Godspeed You Black Emperor and the Rachel’s and toss it all into a blender. Purée well.

# posted by DJ Martian 2:38 PM

Sunday, March 19, 2006

 

indieworkshop.com

Music / Culture webzine indieworkshop.com has relaunched with a new look website.

Several RSS Feeds are available. e.g Music News, Reviews, Articles, Interviews, Blog etc

# posted by DJ Martian 9:10 PM
 

New Paatos Album - Silence of another kind

InsideOut Music have announced a new Paatos album: Silence of another kind will be released in May.

‘Silence of another kind’ is the third album by Swedish band PAATOS. The band around the charismatic singer Petronella Nettermalm describes their music as “melancholic post rock” with influences of Bj�rk, Can, King Crimson and Portishead. The new release is somewhat more heavier than the previous albums and will also please friends of Opeth and The Gathering. ‘Silence of another kind’ is a cool mixture of outstanding melodies and rare vocals.

# posted by DJ Martian 11:51 AM
 

Top 100 rated Albums of 2006 has been updated @ rateyourmusic.com

# posted by DJ Martian 11:34 AM
 

Douglas Coupland interviews Morrissey

Douglas Coupland in The Observer | OMM | interviews Morrissey

Thrilled by word of a new album, Morrissey fan and celebrated author Douglas Coupland flies halfway around the world to meet the singer in Rome. But does the real Morrissey reveal himself? And can Coupland ever hope to understand a man who 'defines eccentricity'? An OMM exclusive

# posted by DJ Martian 11:25 AM
 

The Observer | OMM | selects 25 Essential Music Websites

Don't look over your shoulder, but the online revolution is here. This is OMM's indispensable guide to the 25 most amazing music sites on the web

# posted by DJ Martian 11:22 AM

Saturday, March 18, 2006

 

Forthcoming Releases listed by FE Publicity

Info on forthcoming releases via email from FE Publicity

UUSITALO - Tulenkantaja CD (HUUME 007CD) : OUT 05/16/2006

Berlin-based Vladislav Delay (aka Sasu Ripatti, Luomo) releases a second techno album under his Uusitalo disguise. Each track is inspired by Finnish literature, and is a tribute to his author father and grandmother. The title of the album, Tulenkantaja (a flame bearer), is taken from the name of a radical literary group in Finland in the early '40s to which his grandmother was a part of. Delay takes the best parts of Cologne and Berlin and transforms them into a method of storytelling that incorporates organic beats and rhythms close to the heart. On Tulenkantaja, Delay plays around with strange time signatures so subtly that you wouldn't notice if it wasn't 4-to-the floor but maybe 5 or 6 or 9-and-a-half. He creates poems with beats, telling stories with those intricate rhythms and bass lines. He invites interesting sounds that include living elements, mistakes, drums and field recordings. He synthesizes the synthesizer, and says goodbye to the drum machine looping the same loop and instead plays the loop himself. A true rhythm fanatic, on this record he searches for the patterns and rhythms more than ever -- they might be more simple or at least more straightforward and direct than on his Vladislav Delay albums. On this record he demonstrates not only his unique studio and production skills, but also the ability to speak and express himself highly in musical terms. On Tulenkantaja, he makes techno which may not be techno at all. Except that it is for him. There are excerpts from his father and grandmother in the booklet included with the CD, as well as a beautiful graphic design to enhance the experience made by long-time collaborator Kaisa Kemikoski. This time techno has a story to tell.


KAITO - Hundred Million Light Years CD (KOMP 049CD) : OUT 04/04/2006

This is Tokyo-based Hiroshi Watanabe's third full-length CD on Kompakt. Ever since his debut 12" Beautiful Day, Kaito remains one of Kompakt's fan favorites and now the maestro of nu-trance brilliance and cosmic kitsch returns with an album of beautiful, euphoric cadence. Hundred Million Light Years is the story of a man who left the earth to return to a universe of expressive, unrestrained music that fully embraces classic '90s trance euphoria and Kompakt's trademark minimal style. As we celebrate his eighth release for Kompakt, it seamlessly connects to the history of his predecessors. This is the dream-filled sound of one thousand and one flying sound carpets. Flickering flutes and jubilating bells. Pulsing melodicism that lifts to the stratospheres. It's music-become-feeling and MDMA to the ears.

CODEC & FLEXOR - Killermachine CD (KY 6111CD) : OUT 04/04/2006

This is the second full-length release from Cologne-based techno duo Sven Zalac and Matthias Freund. Codec & Flexor have been ranked among the absolute outsiders and infant terribles of the dark electronic/new wave-pop underground for a long time now. Killermachine is replete with tech-y beats, dirty guitar riffs crowned with spherical vocals and superior hooks. With this second album they take a more pop-like line, though strictly continuing their merging of indie rock and dark techno/electro. Highlights among others are tracks like "I'll Be Gone," harkening to mainstream references such as Depeche Mode and Northern Lite, amongst others. "Surface of Sorrow," dedicated to the deceased Christian Morgenstern, impresses with black, atmospheric pattern.

METEO, DANIEL - Peruments CD (METEO 020) : OUT 04/18/2006

Berlin-based Daniel Meteo runs his own experimental dub label Meteosound, and this is his debut solo release. Meteo has already graced a surprising number of records under a variety of guises, keeping his finger in plenty of delicious musical pies in pursuit of that elusive moment of aural bliss. Above and beyond championing Berlin's local electronic music scene, Meteo has added his spin to the likes of Apparat, Orb, Dntel and Masha Qrella as a remixer, and drives the beats of the dub/hip-hop/electronica duo Bus. Nevertheless, some part of his musical spectrum remained unexplored -- for almost as long as Daniel can remember, a folder called "Peruments" (Peru meets government) has been hiding in the depth of his hard drive, a black hole eager to swallow all those fragments and ideas too wayward and personal to find their way into one of his many collaborations. These would be entirely sample- and vocal-free ideas tinkered with and fine-tuned in many obsessive marathon sessions. Searching for an element of soul found in artists such as Barrington Levy, Theo Parrish, Marvin Gaye or Flabba Holt, Daniel decided on an ambitious experiment, using Peruments to square the circle between club, dub/downbeat, house and his most personal tracks and experimental excursions. While his own secret favorite track "Goodbye, Nice Try" is left to meander over leisurely convolute rhythms and the chopped up "Peruments" rewinds everything back to its origins, other tracks see snippets of traditional guitars slip back into the mix for brief, touching forays into the intricate melodies of Meteo's inner and outer realms. Fragile dub structures provide temporary scaffolding for his sonic digressions and even the album's obvious club tracks systematically search for breaks in the break, to then, after intricate diversions from the track's basic beat, bounce their way back onto the dancefloor. This is Daniel Meteo's long-secret document, finally brought to light.

MORGENSTERN, BARBARA: The Grass is Always Greener CD (MONIKA 047) : OUT 05/02/2006

At last, a new solo album by the queen of fragile and poetic electro-pop. It has been three years since Barbara Morgenstern's acclaimed album Nichts Muss, and as The Grass is Always Greener goes to show, she has come a long way. Her Goethe Institut sponsored world tour and her many recent collaborations with, among others, Robert Lippok and Bill Wells; have clearly been an inspiration for this album. Morgenstern's music has gained a bold maturity. Her unmistakable voice and warm piano style make for a unique sound. This album is the perfection of minimal elegance. Barbara Morgenstern on her new work: "The Grass is Always Greener is part of an old English saying which expresses the idea that things are always better some other place rather than where one is at the time. Through the Goethe Institute sponsored world tour I did together with Maximillian Hecker in 2003/04 I had the opportunity to find out if the grass really is greener "On the other Side". Experiencing so many places, different cultures, people and languages in such a short time (far too short a time to take it all in) is absolutely intoxicating and of course perfect material for a new record. Some pieces have to do with the various impressions I gathered while on tour. "The Grass is Always Greener" came about in San Francisco. "Das schöne Einheitsbild" (trans. Beautiful Picture of Unity) is an attempt to explain to myself why blonde haired women and MacDonalds fast food stands for the highest form of culture worldwide. "Mailand" of course came about in Milan (Mailand being German for Milan). "Die Japanische Schranke" (trans. japanese railway gate) comes from the squeaking sound of railway gates I heard in Tokyo. "Polar" is the simple observation that even in moments of the utmost apparent luck (going on a world tour) one can still be unhappy. Another song that has to do with the idea that it's always better in some other place is "Unser Mann aus Hollywood" (trans. our man from Hollywood). This is a short story about an unhappy dream. "Juist", the first track composed after the tour, takes its name from the car-free German island in the north see where we went on holiday having completed the round the world tour - it was just right having come from cities like Bombay and Bangkok. Naturally, some tracks also came about far removed from any journeys or world tour experiences. "Alles Was Lebt Bewegt Sich" (trans. all life is in motion) is a reply to an interview that had to do mainly with growing old, the development of electronic music, eternal youth and the particular difficulties these phases bring with them. This is for me an outdated discussion which visibly annoys me. So my statement on the debate is: "Alles was lebt bewegt sich" (trans. all life is in motion). "Quality Time" is about similar themes - time and the ability of enjoying it. The spark which started of this piece was however a documentary film which had followed jazz musicians from diverse countries on a concert tour through africa. They visited many states and played with the local musicians in each place. The music impressed me with its repetitiveness and wonderful simplicity of the melody. One final piece that deals with the concept of time is, as the title suggests, "Ein Paar Sekunden" (trans. a few seconds). The idea has always fascinated me that it could all suddenly be over for you if you make the wrong split-second decision in your car, in the street or just about anywhere. "Initials B.M." has parallels to Brigitte Bardot and Serge Gainsbourg. After all, one has to position one's self somewhere. So the album deals to a large degree with the world tour but also with the phenomenon of time and the change it brings with it. Perhaps this is not great surprise when I think that we were jetting through time zones and sooner or later we lost all feeling for the passing of time.

PUPKULIES + REBECCA - The Way We CD (NORM 018CD) : OUT 05/02/2006

This is the debut release from Cape Verdean Janosch Blaul and his partner Rebecca. Blaul, who is one half of the minimal house duo Strassmann, has always been restlessly devoted to creating music whose airiness, warmth and melancholy goes straight to the heart -- whose sounds move even those who haven't had much access to electronic music. Rebecca celebrates a terrific debut singing on six tracks, imparting a distinctive flavor to the album. Although the Würzburg couple who now choose to live in Dresden have been together for a while now, the idea of playing music together came only very recently and by coincidence. Their working methods are reminiscent of the Jamaican dub tradition. Rebecca sings alone and adrift, irregardless of Janosch's riddims which only require minute adjustments before completion. Their sound is very similar to the aesthetics of Strassmann -- speaking the same, elegant, tight language. The swing seeps through and radiates a nonchalance and deep warmth which is missed the moment the CD has finished playing.

PHON°NOIR - Putting Holes Into October Skies CD (QS 162CD) : OUT 03/21/2006

The debut album from Berlin-based electronic artist Matthias Grübel, aka Phon°noir. Summoning insight by loading arbitrarily recorded noise bits and sampled sounds from daily life into a drum computer, Grübel located a unique sound built from broken rhythms. Creating its own sphere between clicks'n'cuts and songwriting, Putting Holes Into October Skies is an intimate record, inviting you to enter fragile little soundscapes in a charming less-is-more-mode. Ethereal guitars meet warm lo-fi-electronics, accompanied by Grübel's haunting vocals, forming sixteen melancholic tracks, as comforting as the end of a long winter. His work is playful yet broken, distraught and despairing, but always with a chink of light hiding around a forgotten corner; almost pop, but not quite.

MAPSTATION - Distance Told Me Things To Be Said CD (SCAPE 038CD) : OUT 04/18/2006

Behind Mapstation is Stefan Schneider (To Rococo Rot, Music A.M.) from Düsseldorf, and this is his fourth recording and debut for the ~scape label. Distance Told Me Things to Be Said brings us to unknown topographies and familiar surroundings alike. Produced between 2003 and 2005 at various studio and living places in London, Berlin and Düsseldorf, it was mixed by Bernd Jestram of Tarwater. On songs like "Horns Version" and "Warm Distance" we hear wonderful guest appearances by London- based trombonist Annie Whitehead, and Martin Brandlmayr of Vienna trio Radian is once again the percussionist of choice. After his stunning performance on Mapstation's previous album Version Train, Brandlmayr offers polyrhythms that elegantly and effortlessly match with the sequencers. The songs "Valencia Was Asleep" and "Listening to Stockholm" are based on real live recordings from these cities and project a sense of narration -- pockets of silence within amplified streets. On "Loin D'Afrique" we find the other Africa, imbued with a mild ecstatic feeling, the scenery slowly changing from dark green to ochre where circling rhythms and melodic fragments produce afternoon atmospheres and twilight music. Also found here are plenty of electronic sounds, 303 basslines, drum machines, percussion and trombone phrases. By combining low-key melodies with field recordings, a submerged reality seeps into the material: a child is playing somewhere nearby, the window is open, a car is passing by. Then you return to the room to scrutinize the atlas. This is an album of quiet music and secret melodies.

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Cactus World News - New Compilation Planned

Red Coral Records have announced plans for a new Cactus World News compilation.

[Cactus World News in 1986 released the masterpiece rock album: Urban Beaches. Read the Cactus World News Biography]

Via email from Red Coral Records

First, many of you will remember that we have been planning a third CD of previously-unheard Material by CWN, entitled "Found". Rest assured we're still evaluating different live performances, demo recordings, alternate versions, B-sides, and unreleased album tracks, in order to uncover the very best material available. It's on schedule as a two-disc set at a special price and will be available in a very limited collectors edition later this year. We will email you and post the release date on the Cactus website as soon as we have the specifics.

Official Cactus World News Website.

# posted by DJ Martian 12:15 PM
 

Francis Xavier - Walking the Waves

Frank Kearns ex guitarist with the seminal 80s epic rock band Cactus World News is back with a new project: Francis Xavier [listen to track]

Buy Online: Francis Xavier - Walking the Waves

Yes, this is the same F.X. Kearns who is known to your ears as the guitar wizard from Cactus World News. FX has been working towards this great-leap-forward for some time and we are very excited to confirm that it is finally available, Right NOW. [via email]

Whereas most ambient CDs are laid-back and even comatose, operating primarily as soothing background music, ‘Walking the Waves’, the new album by composer and guitarist Francis Xavier takes the opposite route. The music seeks to grab the listener’s attention and lead them on an emotional, spiritual and healing journey across the ocean and to exotic, mysterious islands. By turns soothing and lively, ‘Walking the Waves’ is always engaging.

Francis Xavier’s intent is disarmingly uncomplicated, ‘I want to provoke an emotional response’.

Along the way he retraces the footsteps of authors Robert Louis Stevenson and Antoine De Saint-Exupery as well as evoking the lives of local people whose ancestors welcomed these adventurers into their midst.

Recorded and produced by Francis Xavier, Walking the Waves varies from a rich, dream-like trance full of unique moments, to other stripped-down compositions relying on our attachment to timeless melodies and very simple instrumental performances.

This is a solo debut by guitarist and composer that will challenge listeners who love rock guitar and those who love to explore modern instrumental music.

This CD ships with a delux 24 page booklet containing spectacular artwork.

# posted by DJ Martian 12:03 PM

Friday, March 17, 2006

 

Pitchfork report New Boards of Canada EP Due in June

# posted by DJ Martian 2:26 PM
 

Funprox.com - underground music reviews & more

Funprox.com has recently relaunched with a new User Interface.

# posted by DJ Martian 12:36 PM

Thursday, March 16, 2006

 

BBC collective present a nathan fake session

# posted by DJ Martian 9:28 PM
 

Issue 64 of Earplug

MARCH 16-29

Earplug is a twice-monthly email magazine, delivering a handpicked selection of news, sounds, videos, and original features to the international electronic-music community.

# posted by DJ Martian 5:05 PM
 

BW & BK report ENSLAVED - European Release Date Confirmed For RUUN; Final Tracklisting Revealed

May 22nd [Europe]
May 8th [Norway]

# posted by DJ Martian 4:07 PM
 

Kultureflash - Headlines from London [No. 156 / 16.03.06]

This week's Kultureflash - Headlines from London

KultureFlash is a free, weekly newsletter covering contemporary culture in and around London. Each week we track down some of the more unusual and interesting events taking place in the Capital and deliver them straight to your inbox. Featuring art, gigs, films, talks, clubs and more -- we are committed to bringing you an eclectic mix of the most stimulating events in London.

# posted by DJ Martian 1:08 PM

Wednesday, March 15, 2006

 

Blabbermouth.Net notify EMPEROR Frontman IHSAHN: Solo Album Samples Available

EMPEROR frontman Ihsahn has uploaded audio samples of four songs that will appear on his forthcoming solo album, "The Adversary". Check out the tracks "Called by the Fire", "Citizen", "Astera ton Proinon" and "Panem et Circenses" in the "Media" section of Ihsahn's official web site, www.ihsahn.com.

"The Adversary" was written and recorded over a one-year period at Symphonique Studios in Norway and features a guest appearance by Garm from ULVER on one song.


ihsahn.com

# posted by DJ Martian 1:46 PM

Tuesday, March 14, 2006

 

Music Collected from the Sunkissed Festival in Oslo

The latest One World show on Radio 1 features music from the Sunkissed Festival in Oslo:

- Linstorm & Prins Thomas Live

- Who Made Who Live

- Toy Live

# posted by DJ Martian 1:54 PM
 

This week's flavourpill LONDON [Issue 125 - 14-20 March, 2006]

flavourpill LONDON is an email magazine covering a hand-picked selection of music, art and cultural events - delivered each Tuesday afternoon.

# posted by DJ Martian 1:41 PM
 

Jimmy Edgar on the Breezeblock

The latest Breezeblock show features a Headline DJ Set: with Jimmy Edgar

Tracklisting: Radio 1 - Mary Anne Hobbs [Now on Listen Again]

# posted by DJ Martian 1:22 PM
 

WOEBOT on Brit Prog on late 60s and 70s British prog music.

# posted by DJ Martian 9:34 AM
 

Blabbermouth.Net report VOIVOD Drummer Says New Album Is 'Mind-Blowing'

VOIVOD are scheduled to release their new album, "Katorz", in June via The End Records.

# posted by DJ Martian 9:28 AM

Monday, March 13, 2006

 

Drowned in Sound report Cortney Tidwell tours the UK.

Cortney Tidwell's music reminds me of 90s 4ad/ guernica band Insides circa the Euphoria album

Listen to Cortney Tidwell on myspace.com

Drowned in Sound review Cortney Tidwell - Cortney Tidwell

# posted by DJ Martian 12:49 PM
 

Blabbermouth.Net report KATATONIA: European Tour Dates Announced

Sweden's KATATONIA will be undertaking "The Great Cold Spring Tour 2006" with special guests NOVEMBRE beginning late April

# posted by DJ Martian 12:37 PM
 

All About Jazz interview Ken Vandermark: Ken Vandermark: Raw and Refined

# posted by DJ Martian 12:00 PM

Sunday, March 12, 2006

 

Music Discussion

Some key music discussion forums / boards:

Diverse/Eclectic:
ILM
Radio Mute
Rate Your Music - General

UK Based General/Rock:
Collective
drownedinsound.com
GLAM-OU-RAMA
MOJO Message Boards
Onetouchmusic
Plan B Magazine Forum
PlayLouder Talk
Rock-Sound.net

UK Music Industry:
Music Tank - Forums
Record of the Day - Messageboard

US Based General/Rock:
CMJ
Hipinion
Sound Opinions
woxy.com Boards

Rock Lists:
Acclaimed Music Forum

Ambient/ Berlin School of EM/ Space Music:
EMforum.nl
Hypnos Forum

Avant:
Bagatellen

Dubstep:
Dubstep Forum

Electronic:
CO-µ-NICATE
dirty.org forums
Dissensus
electrofreaks
themilkfactory Forum
Trash
Type records : Chat
We Are The Music Makers Forums

Jazz:
All About Jazz Bulletin Board
Jazzcorner's Speakeasy
Jazzreview.com

Jungle/ Drum N Bass:
dogsonacid.com

Metal:
blackmetal.co.uk » BMuk Forum
.: Metal Storm - Forum
Ultimate Metal Forum
Zero Tolerance Magazine

Progressive Rock:
Progressive Ears
Progarchives.com Progressive Rock Forum

More Links:

del.icio.us/djmartian/discussion links.

Music Discussion links displayed A-Z via Javascript.

# posted by DJ Martian 4:59 PM

Saturday, March 11, 2006

 

Forthcoming 2006 Album Front Covers

5 Forthcoming 2006 Albums: interesting front cover art.

Manual - Bajamar

Manual - Bajamar

Matmos - The Rose Has Teeth In The Mouth Of A Beast

Matmos - The Rose Has Teeth In The Mouth Of A Beast

Milosh - Meme

Milosh - Meme.

Sickoakes - Seawards

Sickoakes - Seawards

Unearthly Trance - The Trident

Unearthly Trance - The Trident

Also:

My 2006 Albums tracking list has been updated on rateyourmusic.com

Some forthcoming albums listed at DOTSHOP.se are tagged at djmartian/r2006

Forthcoming albums @ dotshop.se

# posted by DJ Martian 2:41 PM

Friday, March 10, 2006

 

Encompass London - May 11th - 13th

Encompass London the festival line up is now listed on the website.


Details were formally announced last night of the second outing for London based cutting edge music festival Encompass, which will this year take place from 11-13 May. Once again Encompass will stage numerous showcase events in venues around Shoreditch featuring leading electronic and leftfield labels like Non-Stop, Tummy Touch, Warp, Loose Change, DC Recordings, Leftroom, Channel Zero, Factor City, Tirk, Innervisions, Compost, Tyke, Soma, Border Community, Samurai.FM and Ghostly.

A day of workshops for aspiring artists and producers will then be held on the Saturday (13 May) at Shoreditch Town Hall. The idea is that music fans can enjoy a mixture of the showcases being staged in any one night - so with one wristband they can wander around different showcases being staged at The End, Cargo, 93 Feet East, Rhythm Factory, Sosho and 54 Commercial Street.


[Press Release]

# posted by DJ Martian 1:02 PM
 

Xiu Xiu New 2006 Album Announced

Xiu Xiu announce a new album is on the way titled: The Air Force due September 15th

Also: grouper and xiu xiu are doing a collaboration ep of ambient music due out in sept

# posted by DJ Martian 12:45 PM
 

Signal to Noise - the journal of improvised & experimental music - issue 41 :: spring 2006

New issue [Spring 2006] of Signal to Noise features Elliott Carter [A modern composer] on the front cover.

Signal to Noise is the quarterly journal of improvised & experimental music, documenting the confluence of avant-garde jazz, electro-acoustics and experimental, modern rock, and beyond...

# posted by DJ Martian 12:12 PM

Thursday, March 09, 2006

 

Detroit Techno & Carl Craig Interview

Stylus article Night Drive: A Bluffer’s Guide to Detroit Techno

Stylus interview Carl Craig

# posted by DJ Martian 12:51 PM
 

Kultureflash - Headlines from London [No. 155 / 09.03.06]

This week's Kultureflash - Headlines from London

KultureFlash is a free, weekly newsletter covering contemporary culture in and around London. Each week we track down some of the more unusual and interesting events taking place in the Capital and deliver them straight to your inbox. Featuring art, gigs, films, talks, clubs and more -- we are committed to bringing you an eclectic mix of the most stimulating events in London.

# posted by DJ Martian 12:35 PM
 

Scott Walker & Junior Boys Album Details

Pitchfork report on 2 forthcoming albums:

Scott Walker Reveals New Album Details: The Drift

May 9th Release Date

Tracklist:

01 Cossacks Are
02 Clara
03 Jesse
04 Jolson and Jones
05 Cue
06 Hand Me Ups
07 Buzzers
08 Psoriatic
09 The Escape
10 A Lover Loves


Junior Boys Ready Second Album

So This Is Goodbye is due in August on Domino

Tracklist:

01 Double Shadow
02 The Equalizer
03 First Time
04 Count Souvenirs
05 In the Morning [feat. Andi Toma]
06 So This Is Goodbye
07 Like a Child
08 Caught in a Wave
09 When No One Cares
10 FM

# posted by DJ Martian 12:05 AM

Wednesday, March 08, 2006

 

Stylus review The Knife - Silent Shout

# posted by DJ Martian 2:03 PM

Tuesday, March 07, 2006

 

This week's flavourpill LONDON [Issue 124 - 7-13 March, 2006]

flavourpill LONDON is an email magazine covering a hand-picked selection of music, art and cultural events - delivered each Tuesday afternoon.

# posted by DJ Martian 1:31 PM
 

GIGWISE.com report The Rapture Promise 'The Best Album Of The Century'

great expectations - you have to laugh !

# posted by DJ Martian 12:28 PM
 

RollingStone.com report Sonic Youth Bring Seventies Rock

"Sonic Nurse" follow-up inspired by Blue Oyster Cult, "Friends"

The album is due in June.

# posted by DJ Martian 10:09 AM
 

Blabbermouth.Net: EPHEL DUATH: European Dates Announced

# posted by DJ Martian 10:02 AM

Monday, March 06, 2006

 

Drowned in Sound - Features - DiS Recommends: The best of February 2006

# posted by DJ Martian 3:14 PM
 

Stylus review Burst - Origo

# posted by DJ Martian 2:16 PM
 

Top 100 rated albums of 2006 has been updated on rateyourmusic.com

Also:

2006 A - Z Albums Tracking List - Best Albums & Anticipated Forthcoming Albums 2006

My 2006 Albums tracking list on rateyourmusic.com

# posted by DJ Martian 2:03 PM
 

All About Jazz profile Terje Rypdal: Terje Rypdal: In A Miles Mood

Norwegian guitar icon Terje Rypdal surfaced more than three decades ago as a new guitar voice, but he strode out of the fields of rock music, not jazz.

# posted by DJ Martian 10:12 AM

Saturday, March 04, 2006

 

themilkfactory.co.uk ISSUE #76 MARCH 2006: Summary

themilkfactory.co.uk deliver another fine selection of reviews. [The summaries below are from themilkfactory.co.uk e-mail/website, to see the full reviews go to the link above]

ALBUM OF THE MONTH

MOUNTAINS - Sewn
Follow-up to Mountains’s debut album of last year, the Brooklyn-based duo dare questioning their original scope and apply entirely different rules to create an impressive piece of work.

REVIEWS

AFX - Chosen Lords
Following last year’s Analord series of EPs, Richard D. James collects ten tracks out of the forty-one originals into one bite-size album chunk.

LORI CARSON - The Finest Things
Lori Carson’s Finest Thing album is a truly fascinating and unusual affair, combining comatose Americana and lingering ambient formations.

JIMMY EDGAR - Color Strip
Following the release of a couple of highly intriguing EPs over the last couple of years, Jimmy Edgar finally unleashes his utterly modern beats and tunes over a full-length album.

BURNT FRIEDMAN & JAKI LIEBEZEIT - Secret Rhythms 2
Burnt Friedman and legendary Can drummer Jaki Liebezeit reconvene, four years after their first collaboration, to deliver another fine slice of jazz-infused beatronica.

GLIM - Aerial View Of Model / TAKUMA ITOI - Quietude
Released almost simultaneously on Karate Joe, Glim’s Aerial View Of Model and Takuma Itoi’s Quietude investigate similarly calm and atmospheric territories.

THE HOPE BLISTER - Underarms & Sideways
Follow-up to Ivo Watts-Russel’s Hope Blister’s album …Smile’s OK, Underarms was originally released on a very small scale, and is now re-issued with an additional CD of reworked version by German sound artist Markus Guentner.

MATINEE ORCHESTRA - Matinee Orchestra
The project of Andrew Hodson, Matinee Orchestra is a sizzling patchwork of pop, jazz and folk all tied in together with delicate electronic touches.

MOHA! - Raus Aus Stavanger
Raus Aus Stavanger, the debut album from Norwegian free-improv MoHa!, morphs volcanically from low tech electronic trickles of sound to astringent, booming pulses, squalls of guitar feedback, and meteor storms of synthesized sound.

CONRAD NEWHOLMES - Peppermint Styles
Conrad Newholmes follows the release of his impressive debut EP last year with another generous serving of electronic-tinted instrumental hip-hop.

RANDOM NUMBER - Golden Acre Sleeps
The solo project of Leeds-based Matt Robson, Random Number showcases a promissing selection of styles and ambiences.

RUSUDEN - Warm Human Antennea
This sophomore album from Rusuden’s Justin Morgan explores a far wider sonic scope than its predecessor, and is filled with catchy hooks and quirky melodic tricks.

JANEK SCHAEFER - Migration
Migration is an elegant and complex one-hour piece originally conceived as the soundtrack for a site-specific dance premiered opposite Grand Central station in spring 2005.

SICKOAKES - Seawards
Swedish sextet Sickoakes follow a web-only release and a split EP with this impressive collection of sweeping instrumental rock.

SOFALOFA - Mellifluous
Debut album from Bathysphere Recordings co-founder Chris Cousin, AKA SofaLofa, Melifluous combines gentles electronic structures, sharp grooves and superb melodies into a truly enchanting collection of electronic compositions with added pop edge.

KEITH FULLERTON WHITMAN Lisbon
Recorded live in Lisbon during Keith Fullerton Whitman’s last European tour, this album is made up of one forty-minute long single track.

WISP - NRTHNDR
This first Wisp release for Sublight is a luxurious collection of beats and beautiful electronic waves.

COLLECTED WORKS

VARIOUS ARTISTS EED 05
VARIOUS ARTISTS London Electrics Vol. 1
VARIOUS ARTISTS Suburb. The Record Label - Label Sampler
VARIOUS ARTISTS Idol Tryouts Two

# posted by DJ Martian 5:12 PM
 

k-punk reviews the forthcoming Junior Boys album: k-punk: Nomadalgia: The Junior Boys' modernist MOR

I've lived with the new Junior Boys' album So This is Goodbye for nearly two weeks now... Or rather, it has lived with me and taken me over - its melodies taking up residence in the back of my mind, its moods interleaving with my own - a benign narcotic that grows more sweetly addictive with each listen. There's no question it's a masterpiece, but I suppose you knew I'd say that.

The Junior Boys - So This is Goodbye will be released by Domino

# posted by DJ Martian 5:03 PM
 

Metal Storm - Metal Storm Awards 2005 - the results have been published. [See Metal Storm website for poll results within particular genres.]

Best albums by genre

Alternative Metal
System Of A Down - Mezmerize

Avantgarde Metal
Arcturus - Sideshow Symphonies

Black Metal
Deathspell Omega - Kenose

Death Metal
Nile - Annihilation Of The Wicked

Doom Metal
Candlemass - Candlemass

Folk Metal
Korpiklaani - Voice Of The Wilderness

Gothic Metal
Paradise Lost - Paradise Lost

Grindcore
Napalm Death - The Code Is Red...

Heavy Metal
Judas Priest - Angel Of Retribution

Industrial Metal
Fear Factory - Transgression

Melodeath/Gothenburg
Dark Tranquillity - Character

Power Metal
Kamelot - The Black Halo

Progressive Metal
Opeth - Ghost Reveries

Suomi Metal
Sentenced - The Funeral Album

Symphonic Metal
Epica - Consign To Oblivion

Thrash Metal
Nevermore - This Godless Endeavor

Other awards

The Best Cover Song
Demons And Wizards - Immigrant Song ( Led Zeppelin )

The Best Debut Album
Equilibrium - Turis Fratyr

The Best Demo
Nanowar - Others Bands Play Nanowar Gay

The Best DVD
In Flames - Used And Abused... In Live We Trust

The Best Video
Dark Tranquillity - Lost To Apathy

The Biggest Letdown
Children Of Bodom - Are You Dead Yet?

Special awards

The Best Drama
Sharon Osbourne Vs Iron Maiden - The Egg Incident

# posted by DJ Martian 11:09 AM

Friday, March 03, 2006

 

Tool Announce Album Title: 10,000 Days

Official TOOL website have just posted this message:

The artwork for the upcoming Tool album is going to the separators/printers today, therefore it will eventually be leaked out that the name of the album is (drum roll.......) '10,000 days'

# posted by DJ Martian 1:21 PM
 

THE BIG CHILL FESTIVAL 2006 - LINE-UP

The Big Chill Festival will take place from 4th-6th August 2006 at the Eastnor Castle Deer Park in the Malvern Hills, England.

THE BIG CHILL FESTIVAL 2006 - LINE-UP

There are many more names to be added, but the artists who are currently confirmed on the line-up for The Big Chill festival in 2006 are:

listed: Big Chill:

including:

Digitonal
Dollboy
E.S.T.
Jamie Lidell
Jose Gonzalez
Lawrence
Marconi Union
Martin Carthy
Max Richter
Nathan Fake
Nightmares on Wax Sound System
Parallax Beat Brothers featuring Scanner and Pete Lockett
Psapp
Lou Rhodes
The Egg
The Memory Band
Tunng
Vashti Bunyan
X-press 2

# posted by DJ Martian 12:54 PM
 

New issue of Uncut magazine features Flaming Lips on the front cover.

# posted by DJ Martian 10:14 AM
 

Zero Tolerance 2005 Albums - Writers / Readers Poll Results

Zero Tolerance Magazine [from the latest issue]

Zero Tolerance magazine - Top 40 Albums of 2005 [Writers]

1. Gojira
2. Falkenbach
3. Candlemass
4. Moonsorrow
5. Solefald
6. Judas Priest
7. Cryptopsy
8. Bolt Thrower
9. Ulver
10. Grand Magus
11. Hate Eternal
12. Jesu
13. Akercocke
14. Taake
15. Meshuggah
16. And You Will Know Us By the Trail of Dead
17. Belphegor
18. Exodus
19. Black Witchery
20. Deathspell Omega
21. Opeth
22. Obituary
23. Sunn o)))
24. Johnny Traunt
25. Octavia Sperati
26. Immolation
27. Hate Forest
28. Arch Enemy
29. Strapping Young Lad
30. Norma Jean
31. Napalm Death
32. Municipal Waste
33. Cursed
34. Arcturus
35. Primordial
36. Kreator
37. Hypocrisy
38. Drudkh
39. Dark Tranquillity
40. Thyrfing

Zero Tolerance - Readers Poll - Top 10 2005 Albums

1. Opeth
2. Nile
3. Cryptopsy
4. Bolt Thrower
5. 1349
6. Strapping Young Lad
7. Ulver
8. Nevermore
9. Jesu
10. Gojira

# posted by DJ Martian 12:06 AM
 

Issue 10 of Zero Tolerance Magazine - now on sale. Bal-Sagoth are on the front cover, this band were metal faves of John Peel

Includes:

ISSUE 010 MAR/APR 2006 – ONSALE 28 FEBRUARY 2006
132 PAGE EDITION
Cover price £3.20 - 132 Pages
Available from all good newsagents: Selected WHSmiths, Dawsons News, John Menzies and Independent retailers and online by clicking Enlist

FREE CD - ZTAUDIO007
15 tracks to summon up springtime…
BAL-SAGOTH ZEENON KATAKLYSM SEPULTURA HEMATOMA DAYLIGHT DIES RIVENDELL MAYA29 HERETIC DISMEMBER WARPATH SECOND SHADOW PSYCROPTIC SHE SAID DESTROY KRISIUN

INTERROGATIONS
BAL-SAGOTH ZT's Alex de Moller speaks to the band's mastermind Byron Roberts about the final instalment in their six-part opus, The Chthonic Chronicles
HEATHEN SPECIAL - CHAPTER 3 The closing chapter in our three part series sees Simon Collins explore ‘the other side’ with a journey into [relatively] uncharted territory… Including industrial icon Z’ev and the participation of Markus Wolff
PLUS
>IHSAHN > VENOM > KRISIUN > DISMEMBER > KATAKLYSM > DECAPITATED > TEXTURES > GORY BLISTER > YYRKOON> PSYCROPTIC > THUS DEFILED > DAYLIGHT DIES > RIVENDELL > AGAINST NATURE > KATATONIA > SEPULTURA > DRILLER KILLER > ONE MAN ARMY AND THE UNDEAD QUARTET > IN FLAMES > EPICA > CHURCH OV MELKARTH > MANNGARD > NARCOSIS > MODIFIED TOY ORCHESTRA > INITIAL PRAYER > KAYO DOT

BLACK METAL MAYHEM >>Thralldom > Heresi > Tjolgtjar > Phya > Infinity > Bloodhammer > Anal Blasphemy <<

RAPID FIRE - GOOD BANDS - SHORT FEATURES.
Blood Tsunami > Spearhead > Necros Christos > Phobia > Swarm Of The Lotus > Cutting Pink With Knives > Esquilax > Submission > Vesperial Sorrow > Killing Mode > God Player > Interlock > Madman Is Absolute > Evile

INSIDE INFORMATION
MOYSES KOLESNE: Exclusive axe instructions and forbidden information from Krisiun's evil mastermind guitarist.
THE PRODUCERS: Lee du-Caine gets to grips with Morrisound’s Jim Morris’ production values.
LABEL FEATURE: Moribund Cult.
DECORATED CAREERS: ZT’s Nathan Birk gets under the influence of Antioch Arrow.
ARTIST FEATURE: Martin Hanford discusses his fantasies with Alex de Moller.
SHOCK OPERA: Essential Horror Soundtracks: various artists.

# posted by DJ Martian 12:02 AM

Thursday, March 02, 2006

 

Blabbermouth.Net: TOOL Drummer: 'We Have The Most Retarded President We've Ever Had'

TOOL's upcoming opus is a 77-minute, 11-song prog-metal odyssey, packed with plenty of eight minute-plus twisted riff-a-thons, odd-tempo polyrhythms and the bands trademark, eerie interludes. It's also arguably their heaviest, most punishing material since their 1993 breakthrough album 'Undertow', according to Kerrang!

"We've all been listening to a lot of MESHUGGAH," admitted guitarist Adam Jones. "I see a lot of them in us and us in them, and they really have a very experimental prog side to them. I don't think it was like, 'Okay, right here were going to play like MESHUGGAH,' but more, 'Oh my God, that's come out a MESHUGGAH moment.'"

# posted by DJ Martian 8:22 PM
 

Issue 63 of Earplug

MARCH 2-15

Earplug is a twice-monthly email magazine, delivering a handpicked selection of news, sounds, videos, and original features to the international electronic-music community.

# posted by DJ Martian 7:31 PM
 

Kultureflash - Headlines from London [No. 154 / 01.03.06]

This week's Kultureflash - Headlines from London

KultureFlash is a free, weekly newsletter covering contemporary culture in and around London. Each week we track down some of the more unusual and interesting events taking place in the Capital and deliver them straight to your inbox. Featuring art, gigs, films, talks, clubs and more -- we are committed to bringing you an eclectic mix of the most stimulating events in London.

# posted by DJ Martian 10:39 AM
 

New issue of MOJO Magazine features Dave Gilmour on the front cover.

# posted by DJ Martian 10:05 AM

Wednesday, March 01, 2006

 

The new issue of Terrorizer magazine features a Doom Metal special.

Terrorizer: Issue 142

FEATURES

STUDIO REPORT: IHSHAN
VENOM
BAL-SAGOTH
REVOLTING COCKS
THE DEVIN TOWNSEND BAND
SEPULTURA
ABORYM
KRISIUN
WITCHERY
BESTIAL MOCKERY
WATCHMAKER
HATESPHERE
HARD OF HEARING: BURST

DOOM SPECIAL - PART I
INTRODUCTION
BLACK SABBATH BLACK SABBATH DISCOGRAPHY
POSTER: CATHEDRAL + SCOTT 'WINO' WEINRICH
TRUE DOOM
DOOM/DEATH
ORAL HISTORIES: SCOTT 'WINO' WEINRICH + GREG ANDERSON

BARBARIAN WRATH: MY RUIN
DAYLIGHT DIES
QUEENSRŸCHE
SCISSORFIGHT

Includes FREE
"Fear Candy 26" Sampler CD

tracklisting:

CANNIBAL CORPSE 'Make Them Suffer'
BAL-SAGOTH 'Shackled To The Trilithon Of Kutulu'
SEPULTURA 'Convicted In Life'
THE LEGION 'Horror Vacui'
AMENRA 'Am Kreuz'
THE SWORD 'Winter's Wolves'
KATAKLYSM 'Crippled And Broken'
UNEARTHLY TRANCE 'Permanent Ice'
DAYLIGHT DIES 'A Dream Resigned'
NARCOSIS 'It's Not A Birthmark, It's A Bruise'
SHE SAID DESTROY 'Shapeshifter'
RAGE 'No Fear'
BLOODTHORN 'Hell On The Eastern Front'
FOREVER NEVER 'Better The Epic'
FACEDOWNINSHIT 'Npon'
EERIE 'The Pool'

# posted by DJ Martian 9:42 AM
 

via ILM: triptych 2006 line up (glasgow) april 26th - 30th

Official website: Triptych.

# posted by DJ Martian 12:12 AM

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