Music

Siouxsie is back!

2 October 2007

Tweet I just found out that Siouxsie Sioux, one of my all time favorite artists of the punk/goth era is coming out with a new album soon… It will be interesting to see when she might be touring again…

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GNOD

22 June 2003

Tweet Very interesting search engine… (e.g., especially when looking to discover new music similar to your tastes). The Global Network of Dreams

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Another Fine Day…

23 January 2003

Tweet First time in a bit that I’ve posted in a while… I’ve been spending time listening to old and new things. Making small new discoveries as usual. Jazzanova is the name. And it is some of the most brilliant sound that I have heard in a long time. Surprised was I to learn that […]

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Moz

22 October 2002

Tweet Today, I was working diligently on some projects at work today, listening to an archived Janice Long radio show on BBC featuring Moz (Oh… that’s Morrissey’s nick for those who don’t know). The pics on the BBC Web site show the 43 year old looking much older (hints of gray) and more distinguished (than […]

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Music yet again

11 June 2002

Tweet I heard two catchy songs this evening after listening to a Garage/House music stream. Actually, I found out that the actual the name of the collaborative duo is Live Element (Gossip Records) and the two songs that I heard (Dejame Soñar and Can’t Let You Go feat. Neilla) were recorded under a different production […]

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CD finds

9 June 2002

Tweet One of my interesting finds in September of last year was something I will still call my “porno” CD ;). I was listening to a track on a streaming radio program and it happened to be one by Nick Faber called Same Girl, Different Wig. I really liked the track and wondered where it […]

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More on music

9 June 2002

Tweet More on music (currently listening to That Feelin’ by The Rurals. My list will be long as I start to remember things that I have in my old cassette collection, but who cares—it is for the record. Back in my teenage years I had discovered the music of groups like Siouxsie and the Banshees, […]

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