We’ve just finished the cut on a music video I directed for the band. I’m pretty pleased with how its come together. Big thanks to all the guys involved. We’re playing for the Camden Crawl Dublin tomorrow night, May 11th, in Whelan’s.
Day by Day:
Saturday June 2nd:
Bear In Heaven
Sunday June 3rd
Death in Vegas
Rarely Seen Above Ground
Monday June 4th
James Vincent McMorrow
Us folk in Come On Live Long have put our heads together this festive season to compile a mix of just some of our favorite songs from the last year or so. It’s free to download from our Soundcloud page.
Burial – Shell of light
Do Make Say Think – Bound to be that way
Feist – The Bad In Each Other
The tallest man on earth – The Blizzard’s Never Seen The Desert Sands
Foals – Spanish Sahara (Mount Kimbie Remix)
Radiohead – Separator (Four Tet RMX)
Apparat – Goodbye (Instrumental)
Active Child – You Are All I See
Little Dragon – Little Man (Tycho Remix)
Dana & Siriusmo – Trommellied
PVT – Light Up Bright Fires
Toro Y Moi – New Beat
Floating Points – Vacuum Boogie
Nite Jewel – It Goes Through Your Head (DaM-FunK Club Dub)
South street player – Who keeps changing your mind
10 lb Pictures Crew present Com Truise – Brokendate
Loving this new video for Beirut’s Santa Fe. Its shot by Sunset Television who’s sense of humor is top.
Last week saw the release of long awaited new material by The Cinematic Orchestra. Entr’acte is René Clair’s Dada-influenced 20-minute short, commissioned for the interval of Francis Picabia’s new ballet, Relâche, in Paris in 1924. The original music for the film was composed by the famous composer Erik Satie, who makes a cameo appearance along side surrealist photographer Man Ray
Radiohead’s Jonny Greenwood has recorded an album with Polish composer Krzysztof Penderecki according to Radiohead fansite TKOL 2. The two got together in Krakow last week after the European Culture Congress in Wroclaw and recorded an album of songs played at said concert. The album was produced by the Artistic Director of the Sacrum Profanum festival, Filip Berkowicz, and will be released by Nonesuch Records.
Also on the bill at the ECC was Aphex Twin who, along with Greenwood, was performing his own renditions of Penderecki’s works.