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The ground-breaking UK band, Massive Attack, are re-issuing their classic album, Mezzanine on April 19th. Mezzanine, a Trip Hop and Dub mas...
...and the return of Moogfest to Asheville, NC!
'Moogfest is a celebration that honors the creativity and inventiveness of Dr. Robert Moog (a resident of Asheville during the last 25+ years of his life), and the legacy of the analog synthesizer.' The festival has featured many "Electronic" based artists, including; Massive Attack, Devo, Pretty Lights, Thievery Corporation, Moby, The Flaming Lips, TV on the Radio & Thomas Dolby. The 2014 festival is now being organized by Detroit based promoters, Paxahau, and has been moved to the Spring, while increasing to 5 days. Also, 'Moogfest will have an expanded local focus, daytime programming, new media art installations and educational exhibits.'
Will Gregory (of Goldfrapp) and Adrian Utley (of Portishead) share their 'favourite bits of studio equipment', especially Moog, with Future Music Magazine
*Currently, there is no release info for the soundtrack of The Passion Of Joan Of Arc (Utley/Gregory)
Architektur plays the latest in Downbeat, Dub and Global Grooves on Passport Radio!
Featuring (new) songs by The Swiss Conspiracy (w/ Christoph Mueller of Gotan Project), Tricky, Pretty Lights, Goldfrapp, Dub Syndicate (feat: Junior Reid of Black Uhuru), Fat Freddy's Drop, [Dunkelbunt], Zagar (of Yonderboi), Moonlight Breakfast and remixes by Richard Dorfmeister, Thievery Corporation, Squarepusher & Jeremy Sole (of KCRW), among other "Downtempo" artists.
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Part 4 - Connect The Dots Edition:
Blondie - Heart Of Glass
Ron Sexsmith - Secret Heart
Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark - Secret
Nick Lowe, Blondie and Ron Sexsmith are all releasing new material, but OMD, in particular, have become fascinatingly relevant, again. Their two recent releases reinforce the genius that we have come to expect from Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark. Unfortunately, OMD was forced to cancel the remainder of their North American tour this Summer, due to a "medical emergency" involving founding member, Malcolm Holmes. Mal recently posted that "I'm under Dr's orders to 'Chill Out' for awhile... so that's fine with me."
Apparently, 'slowly baked meringues are still referred to as "pets" (meaning farts in French) in the Loire region of France due to their light and fluffy texture'.
The return of Drake's Cakes (from bankruptcy) coincides with their 125th anniversary!
Also, the new owners of Hostess have improved upon their recipes by changing to dark cocoa. After all these years of Hostess striving to be like Drake's (now owned by the makers of Little Debbie), maybe Drake's should follow Hostess for once...
*Based on their site, it appears that Drake's Cakes are not offering Yankee Doodles...yet!
What's in a name? Tales of Us, the latest release by Goldfrapp, projects like a film score, introducing ten characters, notably "Drew"..
The soaring compositions by Will Gregory embrace the ethereal voice of Alison Goldfrapp, reminiscent of the beauty revealed on their first album, Felt Mountain (Mute)
Highlighting the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who, the regeneration of the latest (12th) Doctor will occur December, 25th on BBC!
Neil deGrasse Tyson of NOVA explains that between Ray Bradbury, Star Trek and Dr. Who, the Doctor came the closest to describing time.