Category Archives: Music
Performances from the following groups blew my mind in Europe. I’ve listed the groups and the venues I saw them in. For each group I have included a representative video. Note that the videos don’t correspond to the venues where … Continue reading
The Turkish band Mor ve Ötesi caused a buzz when it released a video for the track Uyan. In the video, the song was set to Andrei Khrjanovsky’s ”Glass Harmonica,” an eerie and overtly anti-capitalist Russian cartoon from 1968. A more intimate way to … Continue reading
^ Click the image to watch the playlist! ^ I handpicked the most succulent recordings of the sanity-shattering gypsy punk band Gogol Bordello and stuck them in a playlist. The list kicks off with best-of studio recordings, transitions into acoustic … Continue reading
Catalonian Sunrise City Sights Parc Güell The harbor, the sea, from Monjuic Las Ramblas Goran Bregovich en la Palau de Música Catalana Bella Ciao: Kalashnikov: Haide Yano: Bike Tour Sagrada Familia Parade, Beach in February Catalonia by Day Castillian … Continue reading
Algo se me rompió en el cerebro en el segundo año de la secundaria. Esta ruptura tuvo algo que ver con Gogol Bordello y un suministro amplísimo de ponchos psicodélicos. A partir de entonces, no he podido derivar ninguna satisfacción … Continue reading
Raw, original, green anarchist folk music from California that defies categorization as much as it defies all attempts to keep your feet from dancing.
Analogik, from Aarhus, Denmark, describe their music as a whimsical and very entertaining blend of polka, jazz, Balkan, sailor shows, tango, hip hop and electronic music. I could not agree more. The track from the video above is Analogik’s ‘Gypsie … Continue reading
If you want to see more like this from Beats Antique, contribute to their Kickstarter Campaign. Beats Antique’s sonically succulent albums are available on bandcamp. Here’s hoping that their minimum-price-but-pay-more-if-you-like policy is a harbinger of music distribution to come.
Listen Listen Buy Buy The Buenos Aires producer Chancha Via Circuito (Pedro Canale) uses today’s digital production amenities to fuse together sublime indigenous Pehuenche grooves and some sultry South American dub. The fusion results in an otherworldly experience. Hypnotic beats … Continue reading