Here’s some good stuff that Pitchfork has given up recently on their Forkcast: • John Vanderslice – “Fetal Horses” from Romanian Names, due 05/19/09 on Dead Oceans • White Rabbits – “Percussion Gun” from It’s Frightening, produced by Spoon’s Britt Daniel, due 05/19/09 on TBD • Rubies – “Stand in a Line” from Explode From … Continue reading Fun with Forkcast, Round 13
The Smoking Gun has added a bunch of new backstage riders to its already impressive collection. You can tell a lot about a person by what they like to drink. Or, in this case, what kind of champagne they demand: • Rage Against the Machine: 2 x bottle Dom Perignon Moet et Chandon champagne • … Continue reading Backstage Riders: Rage, Bjork, more
Over on Detour, JTL catches Bjork at the Fox Theatre in Detroit: Even up close, it still isn’t clear whether or not Bjork is from the present, future, or some alternate past where animism inhabits not only humans and the lower kingdoms, but electronics and instruments, too. […] And Bjork kept everything on track throughout … Continue reading Johnny Loftus on Bjork
New Bjork video: “Who Is It” from Medulla. Real. WMV: 100, 300, 450. QT: <a href=”http://mfile.akamai.com/9139/mov/warnermusi1.download.akamai.com/12529/streams/atleeg/atlrec/bjork/video/whoisit_56.mov>56, 100, 300, 450.
As summer turns to autumn in Toronto, Pat La Penna has an island adventure with Bjork in Canada.
Since they no longer play videos on MTV (old news, I know), we must turn to the Web to get our fix that used to at least be satisfied by 120 Minutes. For a while there, I used to tape that show every Sunday night and watch it Monday evening. I was turned on to … Continue reading Who needs music television? Not us.