Tuesday is Contrast Podcast day, and this week Tim's lined up a whole mess of goodness for your earholes You see, it's another "Musicians" episode, where artistes introduce their lovingly hand-crafted, hand-picked tunes for your delight. While every iteration of the series has been a treat, this edition promises to be divine. For starters, the heart-meltingly wonderful Marianne Dissard is back (le sigh, le GROS sigh). On top of that, her talented hubbie, Naim Amor, has contributed. And if that weren't enough, Victor Scott has reappeared. Still want more? Dearest Ross treats us to his current band, Paper Cuts. Not satisfied? Then how about the intriguingly named Chainsaw Agent (about which tangentially more later) telling us we all feel like Holden Caulfield and can never go home??
Download it all here and tell everyone what you think about it here.
(00:37) Penny Century - Nothing burns like bridges
(03:14) Marianne Dissard & Matt Mitchell - Boum
(05:03) Victor Scott feat. Lauri Apple Music corp. - Pink Motorola
(09:17) Strangers in Wonderland - Behind the mask
(14:05) Naim Amor - Lychee girl
(16:59) Paper Cuts - Exit this topic
(19:39) Rob Szabo - Family and friends
(24:20) MJ Hibbett - A million ukeleles
(30:46) Statehood - End the moderation
(33:28) The Jellyheads - Organumatron
(41:27) Deek Deekster - Some of us just love to play
(46:55) Moby Noor - Soulpilot
(52:14) Chainsaw Agent - Everyone feels like Holden Caulfield and you are never going home
Chainsaw Agent’s website
(57:11) Paul Terry & Moyra Noise - Smother me
Next week's theme is cleverly simple, but demands nerves of steel. To participate, set your digital musique playah to "shuffle" and submit the first song that pops up, along with a plausible introduction if it turns out to be The Baja Men's "Who Let The Dogs Out?" To find out how to contribute, pop over here.
Right, obviously I didn't contribute this week. But in keeping with both this week's episode and next week's theme, let's do a bit of word association. And the random word I've picked is: chainsaw. Why chainsaw? Well, though I've never had cause to wield one, these strange engines somewhat intrigue me. Maybe I'm destined to become a Canadian lumberjack and I should get myself down to our local polytechnic, plunk down $210 (Canadian, Dearest Yanks; in your little dollars that's about $230, tee hee, and more when oil reaches a benjamin a barrel), and learn how to use one.
Anyway, enough of that. Here's some lovely chainsawish music:
Daisy Chainsaw - All The Kids Agree (buy here)
Ah, they burned so bright for so short... And ex-kinderwhore Katie Jane Garside is now doing this.
The Meteors - Chainsaw Boogie (buy here or e-here)
Psychobilly a go-go!!
Pop Will Eat Itself - The Black Country Chainstore Massacreee (buy here)
The Poppies in fine, early grebo form...