Wednesday, May 28, 2008

Twilight Ritual - Rituals

As requested, here is Twilight Ritual, another great band form Belgium. Enjoy!



A1 Amorphous Materials (6:34)
A2 I Never Called You A Dream (6:39)
A3 Message (3:02)
A4 What Are Rooms For (4:36)
B1 Strength For Me (3:35)
B2 He Is Ice (2:28)
B3 Means Of Heath (1:11)
B4 Closed Circuit (5:37)
B5 Tears On The Wall (6:24)

Twilight Ritual - Rituals

Saturday, May 24, 2008

Mikael Diser

Swedish artist, probably released only one song 'Min Vän, Porslinshundens Vän' (available on two compilations - NWC Vol.11 and Embellishment Collection vol. 1 & 2). Dark, bizarre synth composition with a unique atmosphere.

Mikael Diser -
Min Vän, Porslinshundens Vän

Thursday, May 22, 2008

A Blaze Colour - Against The Dark Trees Beyond

great duo from Belgium, one of my favourite minimal bands.

A Blaze Colour - Against The Dark Trees Beyond

Label: Ablaco Records
Catalog#: ABCDTB 001
Format: Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM

A Blaze Colour - Against The Dark Trees Beyond

Tuesday, May 20, 2008

song of the month

my latest fascination is Twilight Ritual and the song What Are Rooms Like. Listen and you'll understand.

Twilight Ritual - What Are Rooms Like

Thursday, May 15, 2008

Liquid Sky Soundtrack

Here comes the soundtrack of my favourite movie - Liquid Sky.

"The producer of the film took full credit for everything they really did not do anything but put up the money. He and his wife ( who got the credit for the costumes) needed green cards and that was the way for them to get them.
Anne Carlisle ( wrote the entire script ) and Julia Morton were responsible for almost everything. Iit was Jjulia that brought in marcel and nanxy from cinandre, who did the hair
and make up.

The star of this bizarre and violent film is Anne Carlisle, a fomer LaRocka model who has a screenwriting credit and plays the dual roles of New Wave fashion plates Margaret and Jimmy. ´ I had already experimented with changing gender,´ says Carlisle, perhaps the only woman in film annals to give herself a blow job, ´ dressing as a guy just as a provocative thing. Slava Tsukerman saw me going out in these costumes and thought that a UFO would find them attractive.´ To cinch the role, Carlisle dressed up as a boy and escorted Tsukerman to the New York club Danceteria - where she then proceeded toland a female date."

music for the film was composed by Brenda Hutchinson and Clive Smith using the Fairlight CMI, the first digital sampler/synthesiser. Much of it was original, while some songs were interpretations of music by Carl Orff and Baroque composer Marin Marais.

It has been re-released on CD once in 1999 domestically, and then in 1997 in Japan as a Limited Edition Collector's Digipak with 8 postcards.

label: Varese Sarabande Records (STV 81181)
year: 1983

Liquid Sky - OST

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Wednesday, May 14, 2008

Deux - Agglomerat

are: Cati Tete, Gérard Pelletier

Deux - Agglomérat

Catalog#: Agglo2006/1
Format: CD, Album
Released:Dec 2006


Justice Injustice (Cold Universe Mix) (3:54)
Dance With Me (4:01)
Felicita (3:02)
Minimaliste (2:25)
Le Couloir (3:38)
Game And Performance (3:34)
Le Camion (5:27)
Paris Orly (4:20)
Decadence (3:20)
Sex And Trouble (4:14)
Uncle Albert (5:15)
Golden Dreams (6:44)
Game And Performance (Solo) (2:57)
Sailor (4:13)
Everybody's Right (5:13)
Ministry Of Love (3:18)

Deux - Agglomerat part 1

Deux - Agglomerat part 2

Monday, May 12, 2008

P 4 - I'm in Love With A German Filmstar

Here is the song I came across while listening to None Night Of Flexipop vol. 02. - "I'm in Love With A German Filmstar". Originally performed by The Passions, here as the cover made by mysterious band P 4, with male vocals and slightly changed lyrics

I'm in love with a German film star
I once saw in a bar
Sitting in a corner in his perfect clothes
Trying not to pose
For the cameras and the boys
It's a glamorous world

I'm in love with a German film star
I once saw in a movie
Playing the part of a real troublemaker
But I didn't care
It really moved me, it really moved me

I'm in love.

I like P 4's version better than the original, as it feels more powerful and... it really moved me.

Here you can see and hear the orignal

visit The Passions' myspace page here

and here is P 4

P4 - I'm in Love With A German Filmstar

Monday, May 5, 2008

Dom Mody - Szyfry/Deszcz Słów

Dom Mody (eng. Fashion House)

Polish new wave band, not very well known, even in Poland. The song 'Szyfry' was featured in the New Wave Complex Vol 06, but someone mistyped its name, turning 'Szyfry' (eng. 'Codes') into 'Szytry'. It can also be found in 'Jeszcze Młodsza Generacja' - compilation published by Tonpress - Polish label from 80's which belonged to KAW - Krajowa Agencja Wydawnicza (The National Publishing Agency), one of many government-controlled publishing units in 1970-1980s' Poland.
Tonpress' catalogue consisted of licensed foreign albums and singles (often with an altered artwork), as well as Polish records, including non-music audiobooks for children.
Tonpress was disactivated in 1990, when the Polish government (democratic) decided to discontinue running many of the state-controlled publishing houses and agencies. Tonpress' Polish catalogue was split between various private-owned music labels.

Dom Mody - Szyfry/Deszcz Słów
(Fashion House - Codes/Rain of Words)

Label: Tonpress
Catalog#: S-526
Format: Vinyl, 7", Single


Szyfry (2:40)
Deszcz Słów (3:25)

If you don't mind Polish language and like Dom Mody, I'll upload something similar soon.
If you want to buy this album, feel free to contact me, I have a spare one.

Dom Mody - Szyfry/Deszcz Słów