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Fresh Sounds
Fresh Sounds Podcast, Episode 55, October 1, 2021

Fresh Sounds

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 15:32


Mark and Brendan are back with a fresh episode of the show, featuring new music from Lyon France, and Dowdelin, next to Dulth, Minnesota for a new song from Low, then over to Oxford, England for the debut single from Noah Yorke--Thom Yorke's son. Then, off to Melbourne from a rip-roaring rocker from Amyl and the Sniffers. For this week's Archive Track, Mark digs up a lost gem from Kitchens of Distinction, from their 1989 album, Love is Hell. This is proto shoegaze with a touch of Cocteau Twins to the guitars, and deserves not to be a band lost to time. Fully half the number of our new songs qualify as bonus tracks, but you will have to sign up for our email newsletter to get those gems. If you want to do that now, please take a second to sign up for that newsletter right here. (And do so without fear. We won't misuse your email address, as this show is run by two guys, Mark and Brendan; Not some faceless corporation.) Lastly, don't miss our fabulous Spotify playlists. We make one for each episode of the show, so grab the latest if you are up to date, and dig into previous episodes if you are new here, or just curious. Have a great week! 

Back in America
Poetism Part 7: Can you describe it all? Scott Stevens on the Cocteau Twins & Brigit Pegeen Kelly

Back in America

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2021 49:20


If the particular cannot be repeated, it remains forever lost; and this is why there can be no final closure to mourning. There can only be, alongside of mourning,​ learning to love new particulars ––Louise Fradenburg   In this week's installment of “Poetism,” we'd like to ask about how words, poems, songs, and other kinds of art objects help bring life to a world. And by world, we mean a perspective, something experienced and understood in the innermost part of our being. Whether faced by inner solitude or loss, words attempt to communicate a state of affairs. But do they have to? Is there a way of placing listeners and readers directly into an experience without only describing it? Are there more direct ways of touching or “worlding” or elegizing? Or, in the words of this week's poet, a moment: “Stands, the way a status / does in the mind.​​   Perhaps! And it is in this great abyss of a perhaps that this episode takes off. Our working theory is that the sonic qualities of words, and of language in general, can help transmit moods and sensations without the need for specific meanings. To ask such questions, Josh is joined by his college roommate Scott Stevens, a recent English graduate of Stanford University (and incoming Fulbright Scholar) who also speaks in Japanese and French. And, in the course of their dialogue, Scott they are assisted by the Cocteau Twins' 1984 track “Amelia” off of Treasure as well as Brigit Pegeen Kelly's “Field Song” from the collection Song (1995).   Over the course of their conversation, Scott and Josh touch upon the uniqueness of sound as a medium of communication, their difficulties of listening to the lyrics of a song, and poetry's collective oral tradition. *** For more Poetism, stay tuned for next week's two-part series finale on Rachel McKibbins, blackface, and FKA twigs.

Back in America
Poetism Part 6: Can you experience? Michael Leon Thomas on Whitehead and Pharoah Sanders

Back in America

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2021 52:42


The sullen murmur of the bees shouldering their way through the long unmown grass, or circling with monotonous insistence round the dusty gilt horns of the straggling woodbine, seemed to make the stillness more oppressive. The dim roar of London was like the bourdon note of a distant organ.   These lines, from the opening pages of Oscar Wilde's The Picture of Dorian Gray, emphasize unseen background noises as constituting an environment. The bees, working through the grass, create the biological condition of possibility for nature and the world, especially in their unseen state. And, so too, does the roar of London create the background chatter that allows the plot of the novel to take off. In this week's installment of Poetism, we'd like to ask a similar question about our own age: what is the background noise that has made all this––society, labor, world–– possible?   Michael Leon Thomas, a professor of philosophy at Susquehanna University, joins Josh in the studio to tackle the vicissitudes and interisies of Alfred North Whitehead's conception of philosophy alongside Pharoah Sanders' 1973 album Izipho Zam, particularly the 28-minute titular track which closes the album. For Whitehead, a worldview is always in the process of emerging, and our language needs to follow suit. A reformed logician, Whitehead balks against a wholly systematic view of philosophy, suggesting that it is in the gaps, silences, and wetness of philosophy that something happens.   And to figure out what this something might be, we turn to Pharoah Sanders' enigmatic, if expansive, composition which traverses through various languages, instruments, and cosmologies. The bandleader himself cannot be heard until the last third of the track, creating and leaving space (a society?) in which music creation can happen. In other words, it's a slow reconditioning process.   Along the way, Michael and I talk about why he's decided to spend his life with philosophy, how experience feeds into our listening habits, the postcolony of American, and why philosophy might have more in common with poetry than one might assume.   To read more about Michael's work on music, check out an interview in Aesthetics with Birds.   Here is the 2016 Pharoah Sanders performance mentioned in the episode. ***   For Poetism, stay tuned for next week's episode on Brigit Pegeen Kelly and the Cocteau Twins with Scott Stevens    

Tell Me Something True with Laura McKowen
Nabil Ayers on Finding Your Voice

Tell Me Something True with Laura McKowen

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2021 53:02


What does it feel like to live with feet in multiple worlds? Nabil Ayers can give a masterclass. He's both a musician and businessman, bi-racial, the US GM of 4AD, a legendary record label, and writer with a growing profile. Nabil has quietly, persistently engaged in a life of lifting up the work of others, while also carving out his own creative space. Nabil's memoir hits in 2022 and we're excited to have caught him as he's entering lift-off on the long trajectory of publishing his first book. If you're a music fan, someone walking their own evolving creative path, a person who is figuring out how to make all the pieces fit together - or all of the above - Nabil's quiet determination will resonate. Nabil's collected writing at nabilayers.com For the music fans who want to go deeper on 4AD Tell Me Something True is a 100% independent podcast. There are no corporations or advertisers backing this community. We are 100% funded by the TMST community. Support TMST and keep it ad-free: https://tmst.supercast.com/ Join our free on-line community (it's NOT a Facebook group!): https://www.tmstpod.com/

Las cosas que hay que escuchar
Las cosas que hay que escuchar T03E17

Las cosas que hay que escuchar

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2021 55:21


Décimo séptimo programa de la Fase 3 de Las Cosas Que Hay Que Escuchar, con temas de Chumbawamba, Suzanne Vega, Puerto Muerto, Beck, Bobbie Gentry, The Roches, The Breeders, Portishead, Andy Summers & Robert Fripp, The Durutti Column, Carl Sagan’s Ghost, Boards of Canada, Zap Mama y Cocteau Twins. Además de todo el delirio habitual de Saurio y las voces que lo atormentan. Y si quieren convidar con un cafecito☕, pueden hacerlo acá: https://cafecito.app/lascosasquehay Programa emitido originalmente el 27 de junio de 2021 por FM La Tribu, 88.7, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Repite el 30 de junio en Radio Asamblea FM 94.1 y el 3 de julio en Radio de la Calle, FM 87.9 (Bahía Blanca)

Vinyl-O-Matic
Albums and All That, Starting with the letter L as in Lima, and some that begin with the letter M as in Mike

Vinyl-O-Matic

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2021 65:49


Boots Randolph [00:26] "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes" Love Songs for a Late Evening Columbia House 1P 6114 1974 That's right, the man who brought us "Yakety Sax" brings us the Kern and Harbach classic. Swans [03:45] "Love Will Tear Us Apart (Black Version)" Love Will Tear Us Apart Caroline Records CAROL 1454 1988 The Jarboe version of the Joy Division classic, engineered by the excellent Wharton Tiers. Cocteau Twins [07:39] "Love's Easy Tears" Love's Easy Tears 4AD BAD 610 1986 Title track from one of the many Cocteau Twins EPs. The Cure [11:16] "The Love Cats (Extended Version)" The Love Cats Fiction Records ficsx 19 1983 Evidently this was a throw-away song by Smith. Not too shabby if that's the case. Guitar Wolf [16:57] "Loverock" Loverock Narnack Records NCK 7020 2004 The jet-rockers blast off with this title track from their 2004 Narnack release on gold vinyl. New Order [20:11] "Face Up" Low-Life Qwest Records 1-25289 1985 My favorite track from New Order's third studio album. The concert video Pumped Full of Drugs that was made around this time contains an excellent version of this song. Terry Allen [25:12] "Truckload of Art" Lubbock (On Everything) Paradise of Bachelors PoB-27 2016 That'll show them high-falutin' New York artists. Terry is accompanied by such luminaries as Ponty Bone, Joe Ely, and Lloyd Maines. Originally released on Fate Records in 1979. Tim Cohen [30:34] "Bedfellows" Luck Man Sinderlyn LYN-024 2017 Another excellent solo outing from San Francisco's own Tim Cohen Cocteau Twins [34:25] "Feathers-Oar-Blades" Lullabies 4AD BAD 213 1982 Some very angular material from an EP that followed close on the heels of their debut album Garlands. André Kostelantez and his Orchestra [38:51] "Manuel de Falla: Spanish Dance (from La vida breve)" The Lure of Spain Columbia CL 943 1957 A little trip to Spain from the Russian-born American conductor. It makes for a pretty lively number when you accidentally record it at 45rpm! Johnny Mandel & Various [41:07] "Going Home" MAS*H (Original Soundtrack Recording) Columbia Masterworks OS 3520 1970 And that's pretty much how you handle Altman-esque overlapping dialogue for a soundtrack. Ella Fitzgerald with the Paul Smith Quartet [44:41] "Mack the Knife" Mack the Knife - Ella in Berlin Verve MG VS-64041 1960 (1967 repress) Now that is how you improvise. Malcolm McLaren [51:28] "Madam Butterfly" Madam Butterfly Island Records 0-96915 1984 A 12" single from Malcolm's attempt to fuse contemporary R&B with opera. Syd Barrett [57:53] "Gigolo Aunt" The Madcap Laughs/Barrett Capitol Records SABB-11314 1983 Excellent double record compilation of the two solo Barrett albums. Syd is joined by bandmates David Gilmour on bass, and Richard Wright on keys. Music behind the DJ: "My Sweet Lord" by Terry Baxter and his Orchestra

Post Amp
Heaven or Las Vegas by Cocteau Twins

Post Amp

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2021


“Heaven or Las Vegas” is the 6th album by Scottish dream pop band Cocteau Twins, and their most critically acclaimed. Like the city itself, this release has an otherworldly yet grounded element despite quite a few incomprehensible and misheard lyrics.PRO TIP: We encourage you to listen to the album in full, either before or after its related episode. (Or before AND after!)Click here for our Spotify playlists for this and past episodesVisit the website to leave us a message: https://www.chwstudios.com/post-amp-podcast

Adventures In Paradise:Mixed by AllyAl
Episode 47: Cherry Coloured Funk : The Music of the Cocteau Twins : Mixed by AllyAl

Adventures In Paradise:Mixed by AllyAl

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 24, 2021 57:25


And now for something completely different..... Howdy Hope you're all well and staying safe. Now then, where to start. The Cocteau Twins, Elizabeth Fraser, Simon Raymonde and Robin Guthrie, one of my favourite groups of all time. Formed in Scotland in 1979 and disbanded in 1997. How to describe them, labelled as Goths initially, dream pop, shoe gaze, ethereal, none of these fully explain their greatness or sound imo. Too hard to pigeonhole, a truly unique band. If there is such a place as heaven and it doesn't sound like Elizabeth Fraser I'm not sure I'd want to go. Probably better if I let their music do the talking for me. Featuring tracks from 1982 through to 1996. Some obvious selections, some not so. Ladies and Gentlemen, please enjoy...The Cocteau Twins tracklist Cherry Coloured Funk ( Seefeel Remix ) Blind Dumb Deaf Violaine Cico Buff Blue Bell Knoll Aikea-Guinea A Kissed Out Red Floatboat Iceblink Luck Bluebeard Carolyn’s Fingers Lorelei Dials Sugar Hiccup Seekers Who Are Lovers Road, River and Rail Pur

Planet Dirtbag
There Are No Coincidences w/ Aliza Kelly

Planet Dirtbag

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2021 78:08


On a very gnarly episode we are joined by Aliza Kelly: resident astrologer at Cosmopolitan magazine, Podcast Host, and author of The Mixology of Astrology: Cosmic Cocktails for Every Sign, & Staring You: A Guided Journey Through Astrology. On this week's episode we talk with Aliza about her origins with astrology, her upcoming book “This is Your Destiny”, Magick, The Occult, Social Media, Constellation Club, Mental Health, Spirituality, Mythos, The Art of Podcasting, Personas, Venus, Horoscopes, Outer Planets and more. Follow: Aliza Kelly Instagram / Twitter / Podcast Mixology of Astrology Staring You This is Your Destiny Follow: The Podcast Patreon @Gnarlyastrology @wholeasshotdugbun Featuring this week's theme songs curated by Aliza Kelly: Mother of Earth by Gun Club Cherry Colored Funk by Cocteau Twins

How To Cope - with Becky Howard + Lucy Clyde
Simon Raymonde, ex-Cocteau Twin and Bella Union boss, on his life-changing pandemic

How To Cope - with Becky Howard + Lucy Clyde

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 8, 2021 41:18


Music has always been Simon Raymonde's life. As a member of seminal band Cocteau Twins during the 80s and 90s, and latterly as the head of Bella Union record label – which looks after artists including Tim Burgess, Fleet Foxes, John Grant and Father John Misty – going to gigs, travelling, and releasing music was everything. But thanks to the Covid-19 shutdown, he's had to change everything – and through it, has discovered a new way to live his life. We chat to Simon about leaving London for the South coast, the impact of lockdown on him and his artists, and how he sought solace during Lockdown 1 by working on his new Lost Horizons album. But it wasn't until the start of this year that Simon made some radical changes to his life, afforded by Lockdown 3. Realising he had reached a fork in the road when it came to his own health and wellbeing, he embarked on a totally new approach, and has found the results life-changing. We talk to Simon about how the pandemic provided him with this epiphany, why he feels he's now a better husband and father, and how he feels about a post-Covid future. We also share some love about his artist Tim Burgess' Twitter Listening Parties, and why they've proved such a hit during Covid times.The new Lost Horizons album In Quiet Moments is out now In Quiet Moments | Lost Horizonslosthorizonsband.bandcamp.com › album › in-quiet-m... How to Cope is hosted by writer Becky Howard and psychotherapist Lucy Clyde. You can follow us on Twitter @_beckyhoward @lucysclyde @cope_podcastThank you so much for listening. Please like, subscribe and share, it makes a real difference and we really appreciate it.

Sk1nnydave Podcast
# 124 My Bloody Valentine, Cocteau Twins, Princess Nokia, Rozalia, ANIKV, Куок

Sk1nnydave Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 4, 2021 43:16


Темы: My Bloody Valentine, Cocteau Twins, Princess Nokia, Ratched VS Wretched, Rozalia, ANIKV, Куок, дополнительный контроль при сведении музыки и многое другое. 18+Собеседник: музыкальный продюсер Игорь Шастин.

Disco grande
Disco grande - Vida y milagros de Bobby Gillespie y 40 años de 4AD - 12/03/21

Disco grande

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 12, 2021 58:23


"Tenement kid". Así se llamará la autobiografía que le venía pidiendo su editor desde tiempo atrás a Bobby Gillespie hasta que al final ha accedido. Saldrá el 28 de octubre con White Rabbit Publishing. La historia del cantante desde sus raíces en Glasgow pasando por su época de batería de Jesus & Mary Chain hasta llegar a sus Primal Scream. El sello de garantía 4AD celebra sus 40 años de vida con un disco que se llama como un trozo de una canción de Cocteau Twins. El aperitivo de lo que será "Bills & Aches & Blues" es un EP de cinco piezas que ejercen de avance del total de dieciocho en el que artistas de hoy miran al catálogo y leen canciones de compañeros de escudería. Es el caso de US Girls fijándose en The Birthday Party o Breeders en His Name Is Alive. También es noticia una nueva docuserie en tres capítulos contando la vida de una de las bandas (Madness) más importantes del ska con una docena de discos publicados. A través de una canción que sonó en el programa enmaquetada en cassette de Los Planetas en 1992 hemos rendido tributo al inventor (Lou Ottens) de ese artefacto reproductor Novedad internacionales son un tema nuevo de Jorja Smith tras aquella pieza alistada con las proclamas de Black Lives Matter Novedades de aquí son el debut de Eduardo Luka desde Zaragoza; una canción que se quedó fuera de "Marjorie" y que reflota Nuria Graham, la canción del verano adelantada a su época de La La Love You y el retorno tras tiempo de paréntesis de L.A. El remate fue con la noticia de que a Paul McCartney le van a leer su "III" compañeros de profesión. El video enigmático de dados de colores ya tiene solución. El recuerdo por el aniversario redondo que llegará en breve lo puso Al kooper con su cuarto disco de 1971 ("New York city you´re a woman") Escuchar audio

Længe leve albummet
Længe leve albummet: Cocteau Twins - Treasure

Længe leve albummet

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 4, 2021 115:00


Gæst: Kirstine Stubbe Teglbjærg. Vært: Casper Bach Hegstrup. (Sendt første gang 29. august 2016).

The Melt Podcast
Patreon Bonus Episode: Thighpaulsandra | “The Universe is a Haunted House”

The Melt Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 26, 2021


I speak with Thighpaulsandra who was in COIL for 10 years and also played in Spiritualized, Julian Cope, and has worked with Cocteau Twins’ Elizabeth Frazer. We speak about making music that pushes beyond the familiar, his time spent with COIL, and the beautiful new 400 page book jam-packed with COIL memorabilia from their private... Read More

RTÉ - Arena Podcast
Simon Raymonde - Nicolas Roeg - The Shadowy Third

RTÉ - Arena Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 24, 2021 52:04


Simon Raymonde was one half of Cocteau Twins, Lost Horizons & Quiet Moments Part 2 is his new album, Steven Benedict on the films of director Nicolas Roeg, The Shadowy Third is a new book from Julia Parry, she became the recipient of a box of letters revealing an affair between her grandfather, Humphry House & Elizabeth Bowen.

Vinyl-O-Matic
Albums and All That, Starting with the letter I as in India, Part 3

Vinyl-O-Matic

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 11, 2021 58:11


Michel Legrand [mm:ss] "The Lab" Ice Station Zebra MGM Records S1E-14 ST 1968 "Jones (Patrick McGoohan) searches the wrecked laboratory at Ice Station Zebra and finds a radio detection device which can trace the location of the capsule. But before he can make use of it, he is struck unconscious by an unseen assailant." For more exciting details about this film, please enjoy this episode of the Vinyl-O-Matic Movie of the Month from 2017 (https://vinylomatic.com/motm17-ice-station-zebra). Bong [mm:ss] "Idle Days on the Yann (Part 1)" Idle Days on the Yann Blackest Rainbow BRR246 2013 Some ambient stoner metal from these Newcastle-based Roadburn veterans. The Mamas and The Papas [mm:ss] "The 'In' Crowd" If You Can Believe Your Eyes and Ears Dunhill D50006 1966 Who doesn't love a good cover of "The 'In' Crowd"? This one comes from The Mamas and The Papas debut album. Suzi Quatro [mm:ss] "Breakdown" If You Knew Suzi... RSO RS-1-3044 1979 Who doesn't love a good cover of "Breakdown"? This one is from Suzi's fifth studio album. If you haven't seen her documentary Suzi Q, you should check it out (https://youtu.be/rDycne4vwro). Felt [mm:ss] "Primitive Painters" Ignite the Seven Cannons and Set Sail for the Sun Cherry Red BRED 65 1985 Why yes, that is Elizabeth Fraser on backing vox. And yes, that is some Robin Guthrie production going on there. But no, it's not the Cocteau Twins. Why yes, it is the Deebank brothers. Actually, to my ears it sounds a bit like the Feelies. But who am I to say. Feelies? Felt? Anyone? Anyone? Bueller? Madonna [mm:ss] "Lucky Star" The Immaculate Collection Sire W1-26440 1990 Well, since "Into the Groove" isn't included in this compilation, "Lucky Star" will do just fine. I mean, the video is pretty iconic (https://youtu.be/ThHz9wlBeLU). Made it to number 4 on the Hot 100. Yellow Eyes [mm:ss] "Jubilat" Immersion Trench Reverie Gilead Media RELIC93 2017 Some excellent New York-based black metal. Evidently this test pressing is one of 105 that were pressed for the band by Gilead Media for them to sell on their Euro tour, but the records were held up in customs and eventually returned to Gilead. Music behind the DJ: "Summer Samba" by Duke Ellington and his Orchestra

Stereo Embers: The Podcast
Stereo Embers The Podcast: Terry Borden (Blesson Roy, Pete Yorn, Idaho)

Stereo Embers: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 3, 2021 59:38


"Renewal, Regeneration, Revival" Clocking in at just under two minutes, "Stays With You” from Blesson Roy's debut album Think Like Spring perfectly exemplifies what the band does best—craft great pop songs that take no time at all to lift off. The band’s braintrust is the L.A.-raised Terry Borden, who grew up in the '80s loving punk rock but also loving all that great stuff from the UK that could be found on 4AD or Creation or Rough Trade. He played in Pete Yorn’s band and he was a member of the legendary slow core outfit Idaho. His debut album as Blesson Roy has the perfect title in Think Like Spring—after all, the record is about renewal, regeneration and revival. A dreamy blast of layered melodies, textured choruses and mesmerizing soundscapes, Think Like Spring is emotional, thoughtful and vulnerable and it soars mightily away with the kind of muscle and grace that brings to mind everything from the Cocteau Twins to Ride. The songs and the creation of the recordings, Borden says, “Felt like a warm place in a cold and dangerous world.” In this engaging conversation Borden talks to Alex about growing up in Los Angeles, his love of Echo and the Bunnymen, his relationship with the past and the difficulty of making friends as we get older.

Unsung Podcast
Episode 158 - Madvillainy by Madvillain (Side A)

Unsung Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 1, 2021 68:38


We’d always planned to do a hip hop episode after the Cocteau Twins, but after the sad passing of MF DOOM was announced on December 31st 2020, we decided to switch focus from The Cold Vein by Cannibal Ox to one of DOOM’s finest hours - Madvillainy by Madvillain. Madvillain is one of many collaborative projects that MF DOOM embarked upon throughout his career, with this particular one being his first collaboration with legendary undergroun hip hop producer/DJ/MC Madlib. One of Daniel Dumile’s many personas, DOOM was born out of frustration with the music industry, ad Dumile sought to “destroy that which had created him” following the death of his brother and the unceremonial dismissal of his first project, KMD by then label Elektra records. Until Madvillainy, we had only properly been seen on the first MF DOOM album Operation: Doomsday in 1999. After creating albums under the names King Geedorah and Viktor Vaughn in the period leading up to this record, Madvillain saw DOOM bring his “main” persona back into the spotlight, and there it remained until his untimely death last year. In this episode we cover DOOM’s career right up until 2004, whilst also waxing lyrical on the tendency of some journalists to project their own ideas onto art in order to cack-handedly “legitimatize” something that is already very legit. Part two is next week, and we’ll cover his career from DANGERDOOM onwards, and then get torn into Madvillainy.  

Unsung Podcast
Episode 157 - Heaven or Las Vegas by Cocteau Twins (Side B)

Unsung Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2021 63:17


We feel that, by this point, you’re aware of everyone’s positions on this band so far, but there’s still a little twist at the end that you’ll want to stay tuned for as we take some (a lot of) time to chat about the legendary Heaven or Las Vegas by Cocteau Twins. A lot has been said about this album of the years. It’s highly lauded by just about anyone that has an affection for shoegaze, dreampop, 80s goth and even goth-grandad himself Robert Smith. Their influence is huge at this point, even if upon reflection they had a rather cantankerous relationship with the media and their fans. But the fact remains, is any artist beyond reproach? We look at it from all angles - someone who loves it, someone who hates it and someone who’s indifferent. The truth for some may be in the middle. Or maybe at least one of us is talking absolute tosh. Either way, it’s an entertaining listening so join us as we say hello, and goodbye, to Heaven or Las Vegas.

Unsung Podcast
Episode 156 - Heaven or Las Vegas by Cocteau Twins (Side A)

Unsung Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2021 55:19


IT LIVES! Sorta. After all the silly bastard nonsense of the Xmas Xtravaganza, we decided to re-record the episode we lost on our 3rd birthday. Welcome to our Cocteau Twins analysis, as we talk about their career and the album Heaven or Las Vegas. As fans will recall, our first attempt at this episode was scuppered by some tech issues, and we were unable to recover it. In some ways, it’s kind of a shame because there was a great dynamic on the episode as Chris and Mark played their cards close to their chest before letting rip at the end. Sadly, that tension is gone cause we already know each other’s positions, but it’s still a really good analysis of the band’s music, career and then of course, following next week, Heaven or Las Vegas. Please enjoy our return to normality!

Unsung Podcast
Episode 155 - The 2020 Xmas Xtravaganza (Side D)

Unsung Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2021 55:00


It’s time to bring this whole sorry four parter to an end. Christmas is now well in the rearview and to be honest folks, after the chaos this descended into, we’d really like to put this behind us too. We talk a whole lot of pish here, including Chris talking about some of 2020’s most highly rated albums that he thinks are not that good. We also, finally, after three years, get a complete history of Weaver’s high school band INCLUDING some actual goddamn music. Which is a truly stunning turn of events, I’m sure you’ll agree. Ben also tells us what Kayne album is best, and we talk about some local bands that we think should have made it. Things are capped off by Anna telling us why Chris is so angry all the time, and then it just…doesn’t end. There is no ending. Something happened. The ending failed to record, and Dave’s backup was lost due to a hard drive error so we finish with Chris and Mark burbling completely nonsense. We’re sorry folks. So very sorry. Hopefully you can forgive us for this mess, and join us next week as we take a second run at Heaven or Las Vegas by Cocteau Twins.

CiTR -- Breakfast With The Browns
Merry Christmas and all the best for the Holiday Season

CiTR -- Breakfast With The Browns

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2020 187:26


Vince Guaraldi; Einstürzende Neubauten; Vince Guaraldi Trio; Lustmord; Dylan Thomas; Domotic; Windy and Carl; Múm; Low; Mel Tormé; Earl Grant; White Bird; Dub Spencer & Trance Hill; Ed Ames; The Durutti Column; Doris Day; James Last; Vince Guaraldi Trio; Oscar Peterson; The Pretenders; I am the World Trade Center; Can; The Swank Bastards; William S Burroughs / Disposable Heroes of Hiphoprisy; Perry Como; Bruce Cockburn; Carson Gray; Kascade; Leon Redbone; Siouxsie and the Banshees; Annie Lennox; The Pogues / Kirst MacColl; The Cocteau Twins; Badly Drawn Boy; Low; Bruce Cockburn; Karl Mohr & Burl Ives.

GenX Voice
I turn 45 and an homage to Clove

GenX Voice

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2020 52:02


This episode is just me doing a little review of my life alongside remembering my good friend who passed away from COVID a few days before her 44th birthday and why I think GenX is a pragmatic but hopeful generation.Interested in being a guest or want to send me a message? GenXVoice.comGenX Voice on TwitterDon't forget to wish me happy birthday at GenX Voice on InstagramBlackfireClove's cover of I love you by Billie EilishMazzy StarThe CranberriesKip KillagainThe SmithsThe CureMorrisseyMassive AttackJNCOsMy 2020 playlist (with songs from all eras of my life)Cocteau Twins mix by Janethat voice, that laugh (songs for Clove) by Rey LuvSome Jungle (Finally by Kings of Tomorrow) 

Sounds In The Dark - BFF.fm
Sounds In The Dark - 12.16.20 - Tribute to Harold Budd

Sounds In The Dark - BFF.fm

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2020 120:00


Tonight's edition of SITD honors the inspirational musical career of pianist and composer Harold Budd, who passed away last week at age 84. Enjoying the show? Please support BFF.FM with a donation. Playlist 1245′44″ Templar by Harold Budd on Perhaps (Root Strata) ⭐️ 1264′59″ An Arc of Doves by Harold Budd - Brian Eno on Ambient 2: The Plateaux of Mirror (Editions EG) ⭐️ 1269′11″ Juno by Harold Budd on The Pavilion of Dreams (Obscure) ⭐️Closing work from Harold Budd's first recording on Eno's Obscure label 1277′44″ Perfect Fire by Robin Guthrie - Harold Budd on Another Flower (Darla)Recorded in 2013 at Guthrie's home in France 1282′57″ Memory Gongs by Harold Budd - Elizabeth Fraser - Robin Guthrie - Simon Raymonde on The Moon and the Melodies (4AD) ⭐️Collaboration between Harold Budd and the Cocteau Twins (credited as individual members) released in 1986. 1297′29″ Celeste by Roger Eno - Brian Eno on Mixing Colours (Deutsche Grammophon) 1301′25″ Sea of Clouds by Library Tapes on Sea of Clouds (1630 Recordings)

Backbone Radio with Matt Dunn
Backbone Radio with Matt Dunn - December 13, 2020 - HR 2

Backbone Radio with Matt Dunn

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2020 41:04


Rebel Spirit. General Flynn advises patriot majority to "Be Fearless as Americans." Addressing a massive MAGA Crowd at the Jericho Rally, Flynn invokes the Founders, the US Constitution and "individual liberties." Light and Truth. Fight Like a Flynn. President Trump conducts a surprise rally flyover in Marine One, prompting Mike Lindell to point to the sky: "There's our President for four more years!" Meanwhile, we sample reactions from Dinesh D'Souza and Rudy Giuliani on the disappointing SCOTUS punt vis-a-vis Texas. Goya Foods sales UP over 1000 percent after the failed Leftist Boycott. AOC as Goya Employee of the Month. Debating MAGA Third Party potential. The "death corrals" of the GOP Establishment. How the big donor globalists manipulate GOP Voters to the slaughterhouse. John Wick Soundtrack. Run Run Rudolph. Plus, the all-time best version of "Frosty the Snowman." Cheesy Organ. With Listener Calls & Music via Le Castle Vania, Dwight Yoakam, Erasure, Cocteau Twins, Elvis Presley and Red Foley. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

HIGH T WITH OLD WAVER
HTWOW NOVEMBER 2020

HIGH T WITH OLD WAVER

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2020 111:59


EPISODE 41 Dave and Toby pay tribute to their dear friend Manny, who passed away in November. It’s a joyful celebration of Manny’s life and the music he loved – featuring his top 4 bands of all time: The Cure, The Sundays, The Cocteau Twins and The Smiths. THE TUNES Depeche Mode – “Never Let Me Down Again” (intro/outro) The Cure – “Plainsong” The Sundays – “Can’t Be Sure” Cocteau Twins – “Cherry Coloured Funk” The Smiths – “There Is A Light That Never Goes Out”   THE BEERS (provided by Goodfriend Package) Spindletap Brewery – Hop Gusher IPA Martin House Brewery – Bananas Foster   www.oldwaver.com htwowpod@gmail.com www.patreon.com/htwow

Disco grande
Disco Grande - Que no, que no hay reunión de Talking Heads y Courtney alaba a Miley - 10/12/20

Disco grande

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2020 58:57


Pues parece ser que por mucha cuenta de Instagram que fuera no se trataba de una oficial o cerca de serlo del mundo Talking Heads. Y se ha visto obligado David Byrne a decir una vez más que él está muy ocupado con su obra teatral en Broadway y que no se apunta al ejercicio de nostalgia que suelen ser esos tours de reunión. Si ésa ha sido la apertura el cierre ha sido con el piropo de Courtney Love hacia Miley Cirus por la versión ("dulcificada que me ha conmovido") que ha hecho de un tema de Hole del que ha aprovechado para contar su génesis y como nació. Noticia del día también es que James Taylor ha vuelto a rememorar cómo conoció a Mark Chapman y en el estado de agitación que le vio un día antes de disparar sobre John Lennon. Además, David Crosby parece que va a seguir los pasos de Dylan pues el streaming y no hacer conciertos le tienen arruinado. También sabemos que el documental sobre Courtney Barnett se llamará "Anonymous club" como una canción de su miniLP de 2016. Novedades internacionales son la pieza inspirada en un tema del folk armenio de Zola Jesus, la nueva canción de Gwen Stefani que ella misma define como alegre y divertida, la canción de encargo escrita durante la pandemia de Sarah Janosz y la coplilla antinavidad de Porridge Radio. Hubo apenas dos viñetas de aquí. Pero fueron dos estrenos. Otra pieza más del disco de Marco Maril (antes Apenino) que se llamará "15-11-18" y otro adelanto del álbum próximo de Apartamentos Acapulco con clip rodado en Buenos Aires. En la recta final el error de un cliente al confundir el punto de internet de Shed Seven como un constructor de naves y la catarata de demos incluso de tiempos de pre-Weezer que saca a la venta Rivers Cuomo. También recordamos la colaboración de Cocteau Twins con Harold Budd, un grande del minimalismo, jazz y la avant-garde, fallecido a los 84 años, víctima del covid. Escuchar audio

Look At My Records!
Episode 153: Topographies

Look At My Records!

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2020


Episode 153 features an interview with Gray Tolhurst and Jérémie Rüest of the San Francisco post-punk trio, Topographies. Zach Romano joins Tom as co-host for this edition of the podcast, and the two chatted with Gray and Jérémie about the band’s powerful brand new record, Ideal Form, which dropped earlier this month on Funeral Party Records. They’ve also had a pretty productive 2020 despite the circumstances, releasing two EPs earlier this year. Tune in to hear all about how the band adapted and modified their sound after losing their drummer, Tolhurst’s approach to lyric writing, what it was like collaborating remotely to write and record their quarantine EP, Not My Loneliness, But Ours, and much more. This episode features records from Ovlov, Galaxie 500, Fripp & Eno, DIIV, and Cocteau Twins.You can purchase Ideal Form, along with the rest of the band’s discography, via Bandcamp. Vinyl copies of Ideal Form are currently sold out, but a repress is in the works. You can also stream their music on all platforms, including Spotify. Keep up with the band by liking them on Facebook and following them on Instagram.

Sounds!
Sounds! Album der Woche: Lost Horizons «In Quiet Moments»

Sounds!

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2020 107:23


Es ist kompliziert: Genau genommen gibt es erst die Hälfte dieser Platte, und vorerst nur digital. Die zweite Hälfte kommt mit dem physischen Release im Februar. Aber die ruhigen Momentaufnahmen von Bella Union-Boss Simon Raymonde (ex-Cocteau Twins) und diverser seiner Label-MitstreiterInnen passen perfekt in diese Zeit der Unsicherheit, Haltsuche und Hoffnung. Als Lost Horizons veröffentlichte Raymonde zusammen mit Schlagzeuger Richie Thomas vor drei Jahren das Debüt «Ojalá » mit ähnlichem Gäste-Konzept (und teilweise auch den gleichen Gästen) aber ausschliesslich auf Piano-Jams reduziertem Sound. Auf «In Quiet Moments» zieht das Duo nun mit jedem Song dezent in eine andere Richtung: Pop mit der schwedischen Produzentin Kavi Kwai, Indie Rock mit der fantastischen Dana Margolin von Porridge Radio, Soul mit The Hempolics oder düsterer Folk mit John Grant. Das bunte Miteinander trägt die verbindende, sanfte, aber experimentelle Handschrift, die wir von Lost Horizons bereits kennen. Damit scheint der Marketing-Stunt zu gelingen: Wir freuen uns über die vorhandene erste Hälfte und freuen uns erst recht auf das komplette Album (fällig am 26. Februar). Auch wenn der physische Release noch auf sich warten lässt: Wir verlosen das Sounds!-Album der Woche von Lost Horizons schon jetzt auf Vinyl und CDs - inklusive etwas Vorfeude-Zeit, bis die Pakete dann ankommen.

Unsung Podcast
REWIND: Episode 95 - Variety by Mariya Takeuchi

Unsung Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2020 72:11


Well, this is annoying. We find ourselves without an episode this week due a hideous technical issues which saw an entire two hours of content on Heaven or Las Vegas by the Cocteau Twins sent completely down the drain. To so it was a bummer is a total understatement. Two weeks of episodes, three weeks of research, all lost forever. We will re-do the episode at some point though, so do keep an eye out for it! In the meantime, we’ve decided to do our first ever REWIND. Basically, we’re re-broadcasting an old episode. This week we’re going all the way back to the halcyon days of October 2019, where the world wasn’t as awful as it is right now. Original content follows below. We return next week with St. Anger by Metallica. ENJOY!   Hoo boy. This week’s episode is tasty. Some more savvy internet users may vaguely recognise the song ‘Plastic Love’ by Mariya Takeuchi. It’s a song that literally millions of people have heard due to the vast amount of memes that popped up in 2017 after a YouTube user used the the song in one of their videos. Apparently though, that’s not what led Weaver into the arms of the strange 80s J-Pop genre of City Pop. To say that anyone here actually thinks this album is good would be an outright lie, but Weaver brings this to the table to talk about this weird genre, and its even more baffling resurgence. We’re always keen to expand the number of genres we cover on this show, but does that mean this record will get a place in our discography as a result of this?

Tårekanalen
Greta Schenk - Cherry-coloured Funk (Cocteau Twins)

Tårekanalen

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2020 62:33


Jeg har besøg af musiker Greta Schenk, der med sit kunstnernavn GRETA d. 4. september udgav albummet Ardent Spring. Greta stammer fra Tyskland, og vi har en fælles kærlighed for Berlin, nostalgi og længselsfulde følelser. Dem taler vi bl.a. om i dette afsnit, hvor Greta har valgt at tage sangen 'Cherry-coloured Funk' fra Cocteau Twins' plade Heaven or Las Vegas (1990). Rigtig god fornøjelse! Musik: Anders Colstrup Hvass & Jonas Wetterslev.  Støt Tårekanalen: https://taarekanalen.10er.app Gretas instagram: @greta.geschenk  Musik (med tilladelse fra GRETA): GRETA - Bad Lovers GRETA - Waves 

The Infected - Post-Punk, New Wave, Goth & Alternative Music Podcast with background stories & tips.

Enjoy Stories of Killing Joke, Echo & The Bunnymen, Nosferatu, Of Blood and Wine, The Cult Sounds, Cocteau Twins, Belfegore and Dead Can Dance, all in our XL Halloween special: Love, Blood and Wine. No tricks, all treats, free howling wolves included! Are you Goth Enough?

Headphone Commute
Kit Grill - Headphone Commute Mix

Headphone Commute

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2020 63:15


Kit Grill is a London-based producer and a host at NTS Radio, dabbling in various genres, ranging from Krautrock to New Wave to Post-Punk and Ambient. On November 6th, Grill is releasing his new album, titled Ride, on his own Primary Colours imprint, exploring new timbres, textures, and field recordings using the Fairlight CMI digital synthesizer from the early 80s. To celebrate the release, Kit has put together a Headphone Commute Mix featuring an eclectic selection of his favorite tunes, including a few from the album. It’s a unique excursion into the sound from around the world, with appearances of some early electronic music from the likes of Steve Reich, Cocteau Twins & Harold Budd among the contemporaries, such as Mica Levi, GAS, and Windy & Carl. Grill’s new album will be streaming on November 12th from Ten Studios in East London, meanwhile, sit back, and enjoy the show… For a more detailed description, full track listing and more information about this mix, please visit headphonecommute.com

Headphone Commute
Kit Grill - Headphone Commute Mix

Headphone Commute

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2020


Kit Grill is a London-based producer and a host at NTS Radio, dabbling in various genres, ranging from Krautrock to New Wave to Post-Punk and Ambient. On November 6th, Grill is releasing his new album, titled Ride, on his own Primary Colours imprint, exploring new timbres, textures, and field recordings using the Fairlight CMI digital synthesizer from the early 80s. To celebrate the release, Kit has put together a Headphone Commute Mix featuring an eclectic selection of his favorite tunes, including a few from the album. It’s a unique excursion into the sound from around the world, with appearances of some early electronic music from the likes of Steve Reich, Cocteau Twins & Harold Budd among the contemporaries, such as Mica Levi, GAS, and Windy & Carl. Grill’s new album will be streaming on November 12th from Ten Studios in East London, meanwhile, sit back, and enjoy the show… For a more detailed description, full track listing and more information about this mix, please visit headphonecommute.com

The Hustle
Episode 286 - John Fryer

The Hustle

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2020 97:12


Producer John Fryer was instrumental in honing the sound of some of the 80s most inventive groups. While working at Blackwing Studios and largely with the 4AD label, his list of accomplishments includes albums by Depeche Mode, Yaz, Cocteau Twins, Fad Gadget, Peter Murphy and many others with the mother of all being Nine Inch Nails' debut Pretty Hate Machine. Over the years he's devoted time to his own musical projects as well and his latest is Black Needle Noise which sounds just like you would imagine and has a new album, These Mortal Covers, coming out this week. We discuss all of this including the stories behind songs he worked on like Love & Rockets "So Alive" and MARRS "Pump Up the Volume". Enjoy!  www.blackneedlenoise.com

Fresh Sounds
Fresh Sounds Podcast, Episode 19, October 23, 2020

Fresh Sounds

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2020 14:43


This week we offer a sonic buffet with a wide variety of treats in the form of songs. On the pod, we take you around the global indie scene in less than 15 minutes. This week we start out in the Las Vegas desert with Isola and some great electronic dance music, then Pakistani Londoner Nabihah Iqbal that has shades of the Cocteau Twins. Then we are off to Dublin with a terrific uptempo rocker from the band Inhaler. Our final new song is a bit of a mystery, the artist is Sven Wunder, who might be from Turkey, and has released an awesome track based on a Japanese children's song. Then we turn the clock back to 1984, for a deep cut from then-West Germany's Alphaville. 

KEXP Song of the Day
Lost Horizons - I Woke Up With An Open Heart (feat. The Hempolics)

KEXP Song of the Day

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2020 5:15


Lost Horizons - "I Woke Up With An Open Heart (feat. The Hempolics)," from the 2020 album In Quiet Moments on Bella Union. KEXP is a listener-funded nonprofit, and we need your help to keep creating podcasts like this one. Donate now for our Fall Fundraising Drive! Lost Horizons unites the talents of Richie Thomas (aka Dif Juz) and Simon Raymonde (bassist of Cocteau Twins and founder of record label Bella Union), two former 4AD recording artists in the '80s. Their 2017 debut full-length Ojalá featured a stellar cast of guest vocalists, including Marissa Nadler, former Midlake frontman Tim Smith, and Karen Peris of The Innocence Mission. And, on their forthcoming sophomore LP In Quiet Moments, they reinvite those three stunning voices, adding John Grant, Porridge Radio, Penelope Isles, and more to their cast. London-based soul group The Hempolics appear on today's featured Song of the Day.  The duo gave their guests the following theme to inspire their lyrics: "Death and rebirth," Raymonde confirmed via a press release. "Of loved ones, of ideals, at an age when many artists that have inspired us are also dead, and the planet isn’t far behind. But I also said, ‘The most important part is to just do your own thing, and have fun.'” Read the full post on KEXP.org Support the show: https://www.kexp.org/donate See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Dig Me Out - The 90's rock podcast
#504: Dummy by Portishead

Dig Me Out - The 90's rock podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2020 50:03


Portishead may remain the most interesting enigma of the 1990s. First is Beth Gibbons, who channels Liz Fraser of the Cocteau Twins, Billie Holiday, and Jane Birkin into an unmatched vocal for the decade. Second is Geoff Barrow, creating 60s and 70s sounding spy movie and spaghetti western sound scapes via downtempo, gothic, and hip-hop samples and influences, with the tone-perfect playing of Adrian Utley on guitar. Though cast with trip-hop peers Massive Attack, DJ Shadow, and Bjork, Portishead forge an entirely unique path.   Songs In This Episode: Intro - Sour Times 21:07 - Glory Box 31:19 - Wandering Star 36:25 - Roads Outro - Mysterions   Support the podcast, join the DMO UNION at Patreon. Listen to the episode archive at DigMeOutPodcast.com.

Pop Shield: Perspectives on Music Past and Present
Cocteau Twins’ Heaven or Las Vegas Turns 30

Pop Shield: Perspectives on Music Past and Present

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2020 85:04


We celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Cocteau Twins classic, Heaven or Las Vegas, by getting into the album for the very first time. Email us: PopShieldPod@gmail.com  Follow us on Twitter: @PopShieldPod

Look At My Records!
Episode 137: Monroe Moon

Look At My Records!

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2020


Episode 137 of Look At My Records! features an interview with Theo and Heather of Michigan trip-hop outfit Monroe Moon. The band recently released their second EP Joy, a three-song trip packed with hammering beats and spacious synths. Tune in to hear how the project started, the process behind writing and recording their latest EP Joy, their usage of deep cannabis meditation for creative inspiration, and their plans for the rest of 2020. This episode features records from The Smiths, Primal Scream, Widowspeak, Cocteau Twins, and Kate Bush!You can purchase Joy on limited edition vinyl via Green Witch Recordings. Monroe Moon’s music is also available on all streaming platforms. Keep up with the band by liking them on Facebook and following them on Instagram.

The Farm
Child Mysteries | The Farm | Steven Snider with Daniel Dutton

The Farm

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2020 114:12


Daniel Dutton, Hellier, Somerset, The Stone Man, The Secret Commonwealth, Ballads of the Barefoot Mind, Child Ballads, Francis Child, 21C Museum, paintings, trance singing, altered states, The Sorcerer of Trois-Freres, Jean Ritchie, the Art of Memory, Memory Palace, magic, fey, Queen of Elphame, Faerie Queen, True Thomas, Thomas the Rhymer, initiation, Ancient Mysteries, spellcraft, pagan world, John Henry, Ballads Weird and Wonderful. storytelling, myth-making, Clan Fraser of Lovat, Elizabeth Fraser, Song of the Siren, Cocteau Twins, Jeff Buckley, Teardrop, Massive Attack

My Little Underground
MLU Level 65: Raia Was

My Little Underground

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2020 44:29


On Level 65 of My Little Underground, New York native Raia Was pulls up to talk up her upcoming full length album 'Angel, I'm Frightened (Side B)', the fantastic Bandcamp compilation she curated, 'NYC-Sides: Vol 1'; with proceeds going to the food relief service, Food Issues Group. We also discussed diversity (or lack there of) within the New York DIY music community, the impact of Cocteau Twins and more! Listen to NYC-Sides Vol 1: https://nyc-sides.bandcamp.com/ Listen to Raia Was: https://raiawas.bandcamp.com/releases Follow My Little Underground: https://www.facebook.com/mlupod https://twitter.com/mlupod https://www.instagram.com/mlupod/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mlupod/support

My Favorite Album with Jeremy Dylan
306. Rose McGowan on Cocteau Twins 'Heaven or Las Vegas' (1990)

My Favorite Album with Jeremy Dylan

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 4, 2020 40:52


This week I'm joined by musician, activist, author, filmmaker, photographer and former actress Rose McGowan for a wide ranging chat about Cocteau Twins' classic album 'Heaven or Las Vegas' and her own record ‘Planet 9’. We chat about the Cocteau Twins indecipherable lyrics, how it soundtracked the writing of Rose’s memoir ‘Brave’ and the emotional malleability of the record. Rose also takes me into the process of creating her album ‘Planet 9', the best reviews she's gotten, how she shot her own visual art to accompany the album, how she intends to tour her music while creating an art hub accessible to everyone, why she doesn't want to be a 'pop star', her love of country music and much more.

Sad Punks
079 - Soft Kill

Sad Punks

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2020 34:33


With this episode we bring you a mix of music curated by Soft Kill that includes songs by The Replacements, Elastica, Depeche Mode, Cocteau Twins, Echo & The Bunnymen, and Mission of Burma! As an addendum, we also include a song by Soft Kill from their release Premium Drifter! Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes! Follow us on Instagram! Like us on Facebook!

Get Off My Lawn Podcast w/ Gavin McInnes
GOML LIVE #44 | COCTEAU TWINS

Get Off My Lawn Podcast w/ Gavin McInnes

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 24, 2020 29:46


After a feminist intro to Nikki Glaser and Scottish legends the Cocteau Twins, we dive deep into the mailbag and try to take a bit out of this endless cake of content.

Podcast – The Overnightscape
The Overnightscape 1694 – Clowns & Condors (4/15/20)

Podcast – The Overnightscape

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 15, 2020 199:49


3:19:49 – Frank in New Jersey, plus the Other Side. Topics include: Racing around Paris at night in my pickup truck, in the groove with racing games over the years, Day 34 of the crisis, Google Stadia, game streaming, the metaverse, Cocteau Twins, a new walk around abandoned areas, wild weekend, ABM Show, firemen, evil janitors, tobacconists, [&hellip

Dan Cable Presents
I DIG RECORDS: Vol. 1 - Cocteau Twins & Young Jesus

Dan Cable Presents

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2020 103:16


THE REBOOT OF I DIG RECORDS! ========================= VOL. 1 Dan and Rob discuss the Cocteau Twins "HEAVEN OR LAS VEGAS" (1990) and Young Jesus's "THE WHOLE THING IS JUST THERE" (2018) Check out the links below to keep up Dan and Rob, as well as the artists featured on the show. Instagram: @bobbygrooves @dancablepresents @insidevoicerecords @highpulpmusic @youngjesusband @cocteau.twins @vrtxmag

Punch Up The Jam
'Head Over Heels' by Tears for Fears (w/ Haley Blais)

Punch Up The Jam

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 2, 2020 56:11


SOMETHING HAPPENS... and we're recording remotely! FINALLY unpunchable indie tunesmith Haley Blais comes through digitally, sonically, emotionally. All credit to super producer Marissa for making this sound IMMACULATE she deserves a Costco hot dog!!!UNPUNCHABLE JAMS: "Iceblink Luck" by Cocteau Twins, and "After That" by Haley Blais.SPONSORS: quip: Get your first refill free at getquip.com/jam.BetterHelp: Get 10% off your first month at betterhelp.com/jam.Want more Punch Up The Jam? Become a Patron today! You'll support the show plus perks like:MP3 downloads of the punch upsEarly access to the songs for upcoming episodes — Miel reads her favorite comment on airSecret mixtapes made by Miel in a theme chosen by youMonthly bonus episodes discussing the mixtapeCheck it all out at www.patreon.com/punchupthejam.

The Farm
Cocteau Twins - Guest host Steven Snider with Christopher Knowles

The Farm

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 16, 2020 102:35


Snider and Knowles discuss: the Cocteau Twins, Elizabeth Fraser, Clan Fraser of Lovat, the mysterious history of the Normans, Templar and Masons, Boleskine House, Crowley and various Child Ballads, parapolitics, and more