Tuesday, January 29, 2008
Friday, January 25, 2008
Thanks to the WFMU blog.
Tuesday, January 22, 2008
...and, if you liked that, and want to know more about cut-up, why not cut of your ear and lend it to People Like Us and Ergo Phizmiz's latest podcast Codpaste (link). When does it stop being completely isolated from the rest of the universe and step into the world of collage, adding another patch to the huge quilt of sounds that have gone before? People Like Us "start at the very beginning" and try to find out. Features sounds from Noah Creshevsky, DJ Earlybird, Brion Gysin and Kid Koala, amongst many others.
Begin The Beguine
Up Up And Away
Sound of Music
Hooray For Hollywood
Friday, January 18, 2008
Listen to 30 episodes of the (now dead) Friendly Persuasion Radio show that appeared on Luxuria Music in 2005. All shows are one hour long, no talk, just the mix.
Otis Fodder produced 29 in the year and one (on August 2) was produced by the very talented Fortyone. Special guest IDs and theme songs were contributed by Bentley the Butler, Eddie
The Rat, Flavia & The Motonets, Fortyone, Jima, Jean Jacques Perrey, The Lounge King, Naomi Hall, Mildred Pitt, R. Stevie Moore and Christy Shivers and The Sunsets. The logo to the right was created by Fridge-Mag Concoctions.
Here they are. 192k Encode. Playlists can be found here.
Wednesday, January 16, 2008
This video's been passed around privately by reporters and writers investigating Cruise's ties with Scientology. Most reporters have been wary of taking on the Scientologists, because they have a history of both litigation, and the harassment of critics. The publication of Andrew Morton's biography of Tom Cruise, which claims he is the second most powerful person in the cult, has seems to have opened the floodgates.
Several indoctrination videos were available on Google Video, on Sunday, and showcased on Gawker, before being removed by the person who had originally posted them. Yesterday, for a few hours, the clip of Tom Cruise discussing his beliefs as a Scientologist appeared on Youtube, and was republished by Radar and Defamer. That video is no longer available, most likely after the Church of Scientology sent in a copyright infringement notice. Gawker is now hosting a copy of the video; it's newsworthy; and we will not be removing it.