The new Outkast album is out very shortly, and from what I’ve heard, it’s sounding pretty good. I keep catching the video to Morris Brown on the tv, and it just grows and grows on me. So, here is the track in all its glory…
Outkast – Morris Brown
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The new Outkast album, … [read more]
Thursday didn’t really get a blog entry, well…this is it, I guess. The reason for the apparent absence is that I was invited to the launch party for McKenna Bourbon in Brisbane last night. Was a fantastic party, and the drink was pretty damn good too! I might try and do a proper write-up of the party on Saturday, for now I think I should rest my fragile frame. This song is very fitting for my current state…
First off, you cant beat a good old fashioned artist quote;
“I’d rather poo in my mum’s Sunday roast than have Danger Mouse produce a Portishead record. No offence.”
- that was Portishead member Geoff Barrow responding to suggestions that the band should turn to someone like Danger Mouse to help sort out their stumbling new album. Well, I’m sure they’ll work it out on their own. Just hope Danger Mouse gets the message and stops waiting by the phone!
I once read a quote … [read more]
Bel Auburn; leave your comparisons at the door. My advice anyway. I hate comparisons, although like I have said previously, we need them – at least for some frame of reference. Your frame of reference for Bel Auburn can be; the apparent label of indie rock and the promise of some tracks to sample.
If you’re a regular reader of this blog, you’ll also know that I’m a bit fussy when it comes to rock music; some stuff does something for me, whilst rather … [read more]
Hello. Good weekend? I felt like a right smug bastard as I read that New York City Council don’t want “gangsta rap” included in the proposed new Hip-Hop Museum. The museum itself isn’t planned to be opened till late 2008 or early 2009, but apparently a member of the council claimed that anybody could be a thug and that the museum was for hip-hop and not gangsta rap. Suits me just fine. Although perhaps they could save one piece of wall space for a photo … [read more]
Back once again with some tasty MySpace pages. Just to remind you all; all of the artists and groups I feature have one thing (at least) in common; all have had less than 10,000 page-views. If you know of any artists on MySpace, with less than that many page-views, that you think I should feature, please let me know. You can either email me to the address at the left, or send me a message and/or friends request (if you are an artist or band) … [read more]
Today I’ve got another guest article to share with you all. It’s a write-up from this year’s Splendour In The Grass festival that went down a couple of weekends ago at Byron Bay. I wont babble on any longer as this is a pretty damn long write-up…
The Splendid Adventure – by Waz
A couple of weekends ago I had the pleasure, and I suppose the luck, of attending Splendour In The Grass 2006. I say ‘luck’ due to the fact that this year’s tickets … [read more]
I’m not particularly into this artist, although I am well aware that he is extremely popular. But I first heard this track when I saw the film Eternal Sunshine of The Spotless Mind (brilliant film, by the way). I’ve heard the track under several guises and incarnations over the years – but this version, as I then instantly realised, is by far the best I have ever heard…
August already?! That means it’s my Birthday soon… another year older, scary! Anyway, I have some treats for you – just some tracks I’ve been digging recently, either heard on the radio, stumbled across, or found via other peeps on the world wide web.
First up is a track by the Brisbane trio The Grates. I first heard this track on Triple J radio a month or so ago, but as ever it was one of those tracks I heard but never grabbed the … [read more]