Monster Mash Ups
by Molly Lambert
My brother and his DJ friend Capski made this amazing Halloween Mix full of spooky jams for Samhain from the likes of Black Sabbath, Three 6 Mafia, Massive Attack, UGK, Radiohead, Ludacris, The Pixies, The Geto Boys, and the hitchhiking ghosts from The Haunted Mansion at Disneyland. Download it meow. We said meow!
We Mix On Your Grave Pt. 1 – Capski & Lambo: mp3
We Mix On Your Grave Pt. 2 – Capski & Lambo: mp3
We Mix On Your Grave Pt. 3 – Capski & Lambo: mp3
Strange Maps is what the name implies
The Best Show on WFMU recaps at Recidivism
Jonathan Rice video directed by Autumn De Wilde, whose book of Elliott Smith photos (with a foreword by Beck) is out in stores now. Amazon suggests we buy it with the Elliott Smith bio by our esteemed pal Ben Nugent. Ben’s book American Nerd is also out now.
One of my favorite music blogs and blog names, Crying All The Way To The Chip Shop, from former Number One Songs In Heaven blogger. Great nostalgic writing from a self-described “ageing British ex-pat” about The Bay City Rollers and a lot of things much too British for us to completely understand.
The rise and fall (and rise) of The Fall, year by prolific year at Daily Reckless
New British Music at Nothing But
Selma Hayek in From Dusk Til Dawn, that oughta be good for a couple search hits
Jason Stone IS the Stepfather Of Soul
the always informative Houston So Real
R.I.P. Big Moe!
From The New Yorker, on LD’s mental health: “Or the one where Ted Danson and Mary Steenburgen invite Larry and his wife to a concert: the night arrives, they don’t call, Larry assumes they don’t like him, then it turns out he got the date wrong. It’s a classic example of a major social cognitive error–jumping to conclusions–that schizophrenic patients are prone to.” As the patients watched David flub situation after situation, they laughed, and they willingly discussed with Roberts how they might behave in the same circumstances. “That bald man made a mountain out of a molehill!” one woman called out during a session.
Scienfeld? Seintology? Xenu Costanza?
GAY VAMPIRES! BLAWWWWRRRRRR!
The Roaring Machine
Manic Pop Thrills
Pop Head Wound has a great post on how Bruce Springsteen supplanted Brian Wilson as the indie snob’s namecheck reference of choice. I saw Springsteen two nights in a row around this time last year. It was awesome.
Molly Lambert is Senior Editor of This Recording.
PREVIOUSLY ON THIS RECORDING:
Ready and steady yourself for the return of inimitable nymphet and prose priestess Molly Young.
batty batty batty batty batty batty batty batty batty bat