The latest 90 Minutes to Love Playlist features a band created at the last vinyl pressing plant in Australia- Corduroy Records. The ramshackle nature of their original, post-work-Christmas-party jam defines the contagious charm, the live off the floor punk rock energy of the Eddy Current Suppression Ring.
“Every superhero deserves their own theme music. And if you’re inspired to be your own superhero, then I’d love to be your theme music.” Georgia Anne Muldrow is waiting to be the theme music for your best and happiest, self. You’d be crazy not to let her.
A beguiling Spotify playlist from Boards of Canada accompanied by a whimsical exploration of the link between their music and the National; Film Board’s catalogue of vintage vignettes.
Doiron’s music is a box of crayons when you are seven. It is the first time you had ice cream. It is a genuine smile from a stranger when you least expected it and most needed it.
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God bless new music. I don’t think I’ve listened to more music in a 12-month period than this past year of varying shades of lockdown. Here’s 20 fabulous tunes released in 2020 that helped me get through the long year.
“The two tables at the centre of the show have the lead performers frenetically rummaging about seemingly five hawk shops worth of lost, toy instruments and wires, all seemingly designed to alter every sonic input, to twist it, reinvent it as kind of the musical equivalent of pop rocks candy, sitting for a moment sweetly on your tongue before playfully, joyfully, lighting up your palette.”
by Darren Clarke, October 7, 2020 “Any moment might be our last. Everything is more beautiful because we’re […]
by Darren Clarke, October 3, 2020 Welcome to Part II of the, “Which Brings Us To…” podcast. In […]