Archive | juillet, 2012

PERSÉVÉRANCE VOLUME 60,Et pour écouter tout cela, il suffit de cliquer sur la mention GET TRACKS sous la photo, bonne écoute

29 Juil

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voici le label no smoke records

27 Juil

je vous présente le label PHARAWAY SOUNDS

25 Juil

PERSÉVÉRANCE VOLUME 59,Et pour écouter tout cela, il suffit de cliquer sur la mention GET TRACKS sous la photo, bonne écoute

24 Juil

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PHOTO:Il giardino fantastico
Fiorenzo Pilia (1933)

a défaut d’été je voyage en musique du coté de la Thaïlande grâce au label ZUDRANGMA

20 Juil


1. Lam Yao Salab Teoy (Banyen Rakkaen)
2. Siang Toey Jak Jai (Banyen Rakkaen)
3. Lam Plearn Kiew Bao (Chanpen Sirithep)
4. Sao Isan Lam Khaen (Yupin Kanfung)
5. Lam Plearn Charoen Jit (Banyen Rakkaen)
6. Lam Plearn La Dub Lohk (Banyen Rakkaen)
7. Lam Plearn Ha Fan (Chanpen Sirithep)
8. Lam Plearn Sam Jang Wa (Sumalee Pongkate)
9. Lam Plearn Isan Lang (Kesinee Na Banrai)
10. Saksiam Dearn Glon (Saksiam Petchchompu)
11. Saksiam Krab Fan (Saksiam Petchchompu)
12. Kor Hai Rak Jing (Sabaipare Buasod)
13. Tam Nong Klub Sarakham (Saksiam Petchchompu)
14. Tid Kiew Tiew Krung (Porn Tawan)
15. Nong Bor Ti King (Banyen Rakkaen)
16. Hug Ai Bor (Roied Petchsiam)
17. Keun Pen Ken Faai (Banyen Rakkaen)


This is the first in a series of compilations on key producers of modern molam music from Northeast Thailand. In the 1960s, 1970s and 1980’s, these pioneers created an exciting, electric sound from the centuries-old folk music traditions of the region, releasing groove-laden vinyl gems that sound just as fresh and dynamic today as they did nearly fifty years ago. Up first is the legendary producer Theppabutr Satirodchompu, the man behind the modern molam sound.

Shawn Lee est un compositeur et musicien multi-instrumentiste américain.cet artiste très prolifique me subjugue depuis son premier album paru en 1996 sur le label de Gilles Peterson Talkin’ Loud,coup sur coup cet été sort deux nouveaux albums,un sur le label us UBIQUITY l’autre sur le Label Eighteenth Street

19 Juil

TIM MAIA – NOBODY CAN LIVE FOREVER un 12″ a paraître en octobre sur le label de David Byrne LUAKA BOP

17 Juil

We have been working on this Tim Maia release for the past 10 years! We made a very limited edition of 400 of these white label 12″‘s for a few folks, like you, to get on this Brazilian funk soul brother early. Our album comes out October 2, but this 12″ is avaialble now, while supplies last. All 12″ Tracks will be on the forthcoming double LP, Nobody Can Live Forever;
« Que Beleza », « Ela Partiu », « Over Again », « Quer Queira, Quer Não Queira » and « Let’s Have a Ball Tonight ».

killer compilation a paraître sur le label Finders Keepers Records basé dans le quartier de soho a Londres

2 Juil

(Finders Keepers Records/ B-Music/ Cache Cache)
Street Date: July 17, 2002

Formats: CD/ LP/ Digital
1. Dogmatic Element – Just Friends
2. The Threat – High Cost Of Living
3. Chant! Chant! Chant! – Play Safe
4. The Virgin Prunes – Twenty Tens (I’ve Been Smoking All Night)
5. Operating Theatre – Austrian
6. Stano – Town
7. Peridots – No Water
8. Choice – Always In Danger
9. PH – Last Days
10. Major Thinkers – Avenue B
11. SM Corporation – Accentuate
12. SM Corporation – Fire From Above
13. Tripper Humane – Discoland
14. Opera
Ireland in the late 1970s and early 1980s was an island in the grip of unrest, with civil and political strife in the north, and a tardy economy and religious hegemony in the south. To be young in Ireland at this time was extremely tough with many choosing to follow the well worn path of emigration. A significant number of those that stayed had little choice but to join the dole as employment opportunities were scant. However, the increasing influence of those windows to the wider world such as TV, radio and print were combining to fuel imaginations and plant seeds of disaffection amongst an increasingly sophisticated and pop literate youth desperate for change. Needless to say when punk entered the mainstream the cultural and social conditions were such in Ireland that a new generation of kids were perfectly primed to tap into its energies and values.

Focusing on a three year period from 1980 to 1983, Strange Passion is a compilation of rare, unheralded and unreleased Irish music that emerged after the first wave of punk and new wave bands. A time when the raw primitive sounds of punk began to absorb new ideas and technologies and emerging acts were reaching audiences on an unprecedented scale thanks to new magazines such as Hot Press and Heat, RTE Radio 2 and it’s Fanning Sessions, as well as new youth magazine programmes on national TV like Anything Goes. Access to UK’s broadcasting and magazine cultural behemoths (Peel, NME, Morley etc.) as well as touring bands such as The Clash and PIL also played their part in creating an appetite for this thrilling new subculture and soon venues such as The Magnet, Dandelion and Project Arts Centre in Dublin and Kampus in Cork became significant live music hubs.

This was catalysed by new youth scenes which sprung up particularly in the main urban centres of Belfast, Derry, Dublin and Cork. Fuelled by boredom, antipathy towards society and inspired by the developing DIY scene in the UK, new bands, independent labels fanzines and creative art provocateurs began to emerge. Such was the rapid growth and creative freedom of this new culture that for a couple of years there seemed a constant stream of emerging acts producing work that was both original in content and presentation.

Undoubtedly U2 were the breakthrough act from this new generation of acts. However, others such as Virgin Prunes with their Dadist inspired blend of performance art and punk offered a darker vision tapping into the latent energy of their environs which resulted in extraordinary live events and the odd incendiary TV performance. Live legends, The Threat and Chant! Chant! Chant! were gone almost as soon as they arrived but so fully formed were they already that recordings they did leave behind stand as prime examples of post punk music.

Finders Keepers Records are proud to present the first ever compendium of Irish post punk and new wave – featuring extensive liner notes, rare photos with the full participation of the featured artists and bands.(source finder keepers)

un 7″ a paraître chez academy records via frank gossner alias frank Voodoo Funk

2 Juil

Contemporary afro funk aficionados need not feel inadequate for not having heard of the musician known as Tex Soul–even at the peak of his brief career in the mid-1970s, he never approached widespread national recognition in his native Nigeria. Unheard-of in the dance halls and on the radio waves of the country’s principal metropolis of Lagos, Tex Soul was a hero in the Eastern city of Aba, where his prowess as the consummate entertainer lived as the stuff of local legend. As a performer who could dance like James Brown, play the guitar like Jimi Hendrix and belt out a song with the soulfulness of ages, Tex Soul’s name was prefixed by the word “Showman,” almost as a permanent honorific. Hotly recruited by other groups on the booming Eastern rock circuit to add some electricity to their live shows, Tex Soul made his first big splash during a brief stint with the city’s number one rockers, The Funkees of Aba, before forming his own group The Vibrations. After scoring a handful of regional hits, Tex Soul’s promising career and life were cut short when he was found dead under suspicious circumstances after an altercation with a show promoter in 1979. Now Voodoo Funk and Academy Records are proud to expose this tragically overlooked artist to a new audience, digging deep to unearth the single “Uto Nwa” b/w “Osi Na Ngada,” recorded by Tex in 1972 with his early soul group The Bayonets, forgotten even by the hardest Aba scenesters!