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Weekend Playlist

20 Sep

1. SBTRKT:  Wildfire 
2. Unknown Mortal Orchestra: So Good At Being In Trouble
3. Quadron: Slippin
4. Polica: Dark Star 

5. Brian Eno: Third Uncle
6. Casiotone For The Painfully Lonely: When You Were Mine
7. The Czars: Song To The Siren
8. 
Galliano: Slackhands

We’re kicking this weekend off at melting point with SBTRKT’s Wildfire with a video not unlike Carrie to-boot. SBTRKT (Aaron Jerome) has remixed songs by Radiohead, MIA and Goldie etc., and was part of the east London DJ scene before becoming no stranger to the heavy rotation on various radio stations. Unknown Mortal Orchestra with So Good At Being In Trouble lends itself nicely to the plink-plink-fizz of that first alka-seltzer the morning after. Quadron, otherwise known as Coco Maja Hastrup Karshøj and Robin Hannibal (full name Robin Braun), are a electro-soul combo from Denmark and Slippin is a fab ear worm. Polica’s Dark Star will help you get your saturday scrambled eggs on the table. Can’t resist to throw something in from my cider glugging youth club days onto the weekend list: Brian Eno with Third Uncle is what it is. Casiotone For The Painfully Lonely make the Cindy Lauper hit When You Were Mine their own.  And The Czars exquisite cover of Song To The Siren (orig. from This Mortal Coil) and Galliano with Slackhands will see you off into Sunday. Enjoy!

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World Art Day 15 April

15 Apr

In the hope of spreading Art awareness, last year Bedri Baykam presented a proposal suggesting that Leonardo da Vinci’s birthday, April 15, be declared World Art Day (WAD). A whole bunch of countries including Mexico, France, China, Cyprus (Greek), Sweden, Japan, Slovakia, Mauritius and Norway unanimously accepted the proposal by the IAA’s General Assembly. The AA/AIAP, is an NGO operating with UNESCO, comprising artists belonging essentially to the fields of painting, sculpture, printmakers and artists practising other forms of creative work in the visual arts. http://www.facebook.com/worldartday.iaa

Although the music world isn’t included in WAD, there does exist a World Music Day celebrated every year (since 1982) which takes place on 21. June. More of that in June, but for now here is WAD playlist. I have to praise John Langford for his entertaining prowess. He’s just great and this song slaps down on the counter what it’s like to be an artist and entertainer. And it goes without saying that Langford’s other bands, mates and collaborators – Sally Timms, The Sadies and the amazing Mekons – join him in excellence.
Brian (Peter George St. John le Baptiste de la Salle ) Eno, is not only an accomplished master mind musician and author, he created ‘Self Storage’  – an Installation that was exhibited at the Alcan Foil Factory near Wembley in 1995. http://youtu.be/gKxuVtQuIfg. The song Regiment from the Album My Life In A Bush Of Ghosts (Brian Eno, David Byrne) is an amazing, eclectic, sensual mix of east meets west and the Album as a whole was considered ground breaking upon its release in 1981. It is indeed timeless as it brings together electronics, ambience, held together with a beautiful bass line and beat.

  1. Regiment, Brian Eno and David Byrne
  2. There She Goes Again, Velvet Underground & Nico
  3. Andy Warhol, David Bowie
  4. Renaissance Man, Gene Burnett
  5. Architects Dream, Kate Bush
  6. John Langford, Are You An Entertainer
  7. Art For Art Sake, 10CC
  8. Street Life, Roxy Music
I leave you also with the video of Roxy Music’s Street Life. Brian Ferry- well he’s just a walking work of art in a sharp suit.
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