I think I'd enjoy a rendition by them as a duo... that could be well weird and potentially very very cool
that Rhian Sheehan remix is mint!
This week I've bene listening to a lot of the KiwiFM covers and originals from their soundcloud
Jesse Sheehan's Jesus I Was Evil is brilliant
and being a fall fan and it being budget week I've taken to playing this cover by She's So Rad
could it be by virtue of them being nice blokes?
being locals sure doesn't hurt either, add in their real social networks and virtual (they're bloody great on the twitters) and you've got a connection to audience
I like em and rarely bother to check out metal... as in guilty of the above
the beer was too sweet imo, nice for a bottle but not a session
I love record stores... or did, not a fan of the Groovy experience but a fan of what it contains...
I do miss stores & those that inhabited them who have shaped my tastes and indulged my purchasing cravings - people who have unwittingly helped make me the person I am
These days like many I'm more digitally focused and when buying wax I do so online - for I get what I want quicker and cheaper
Not sure if I'll be venturing into town - considering it more for the spinners of vinyl than anything else, its a social thing... the Beastwars/Eastern 7" is on my want list & already ordered via an early riser who will be at store door on opening time and maybe that Moon Duo remix album
I think the major failing for the electronic/dance fraternity was the need to put that shit under a (tent) roof - electronic music lives & breathes as much outdoors as in, party lights and dancing girls or not (personal preference is for the not, but I is old)
It's a spiritual thing
a body thing
a soul thing
Enjoying theLadi6 remix, score!
- BasementTapes (and others) if you're reading, make sure you label ya tunes - metadata is your friend and often your biggest calling card in the virtual, don't reply on the dl'er (same with the Mclaren remix but I doubt they're reading)
I use DJ Mixer pro on the pad... its fun, simple to use, freemium and can do turntables or CDJs (god knows why one would go for the latter)..
and for those old fashioned whom blending, mixing or mashing of two tunes is sacrilegious I love AirVinyl by Air Studios (George Martin, Beatles connection)... a single virtual turntable or cassette tapedeck for playing back those over compressed files
course nothing beats the real McCoy (says he whose just setup his decks after a year due to space limitations)
in short - playing records, real or not is a lot of fun... add booze and bad dancing for regrettable times
Did anyone got - reports?
Must admit to being a little jaded at all the bands of my youth wanting my patronage and as such am very picky, Wedding Present I could live without