Video: Interview with Liars
We sat down and chatted with the band Liars at their Paris hotel about the new album WIXIW, the use of new technology in making music and brain scanning videos.
Directed, Shot and Edited: Jonathan Hutchison (What's on the Hi-Fi)
Interviewer: Michaell JH Smith (What's on the Hi-Fi)
What's On The Hi-Fi...Podcast Eighteen
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Artist - Track Names
1) NIGHT PANTHER - "SNUDGE"
2) THREE BLIND WOLVES - "CAPTAIN OF A SHIP"
3) HERE WE GO MAGIC - "MAKE UP YOUR MIND"
4) SLEEP PARTY PEOPLE - "CHIN"
5) LABYRINTH EAR - "AMBER"
6) THE MARY ONETTES - "LOVES TAKING STRANGE WAYS"
7) GRIMES - "GENESIS"
8) TRISTESSE CONTEMPORAINE - "I DON’T KNOW"
9) YOUNG DREAMS - "YOUNG DREAMS"
10) LESCOP - “LA FLORET"
Track of the Day.."Snudge" from Night Panther
from Open Forever
Listen to "Snudge” MP3
Philadelphia based duo Night Panther offer not only their own self-described version of “sex, synth and Phil Collins” on the new track “Snudge” but also provide a contagious pop tune.
Members Farzad Houshiarnejad and Mike Cammarata have created a radiant, mid-tempo electronic track that is sweet and whimsical. It should fill out that summer playlist nicely.
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Track of the Day..."Captain of a Ship" from Three Blind Wolves
Three Blind Wolves
“Captain of a Ship”
from Sound of the Storm
Communion Records 2012
Listen to "Captain Of A Ship” MP3
Glasgow, UK natives Three Blind Wolves led by singer and main songwriter Ross Clark have created a dreamy, romantic and rhythmic track on “Captain of a Ship” redolent of Vampire Weekend with less of their standard alty-cuteness and erudition.
The song begins with a vibrating, echo that blends effortlessly into a gently plucked acoustic guitar and then met by an ethereal howl. The tempo rises and becomes a west indian style beat buoyed by a brightly plucked electric guitar. The chorus yields yet another tempo change that is a sing-along, sea shanty type of ditty.
Clark’s vocals are the glue in the mix as they power the song forward. It’s a sound that is reminiscent of Mike Peters of The Alarm.
Looking forward to hearing what Three Blind Wolves have in store for the future.
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