May 19th, 2007
|obscuratea||10:20 am - hello|
i am trying to come up with a dance mix of songs i enjoy
because i might get to play them at my friend's dance night : D
do you think this mix is sufficiently danceable?
(the tracks arent really in order yet)
the embassy - time's tight
the happy birthdays - this time
the field mice- coach station reunion
the man from delmonte - sun serious
the wake - testament
sister vanilla - jamcolas
mahogany - neoplasticboogie woogie
france gall - ne sois pas si bete
chapterhouse - rain
the vera violets - i love you too
the frenchmen - tell me why
ride - barney s
a place to bury strangers - i know i'll see you
the shermans - loud and laughing
go sailor - ray of sunshine
a certain ratio - do the du
aislers set - langour in the balcony
all girl summer fun band - video game heart
beat happening - hot chocolate boy
blueboy - imipramine
trembling blue stars - helen reddy
the pooh sticks - on tape
the crystals - then he kissed me
May 17th, 2005
|toyworld||07:48 pm - I'm doing fitness...|
Hi my names Nay, I live in Australia and I totally love the whole manchester scene from the 80s anyho the actual reason I joined this community is because, on the weekend I was out with my friends and it was about 4 in the morning, anyho, there's this guy waiting in front of us at the cab rank and he's pretty mental, got this strange english accent and just kind of weird in general, pretty drugged up, so he starts talking to us about random crap and yeah I knew he looked familiar... And then about 10 minutes later, after we were in a cab I was like 'SHIT THAT WAS BEZ FROM HAPPY MONDAYS!', but now I'm doubting myself, it sure as hell looked like him, but what the fuck would he be doing in Australia? All I can think of is he's mkaing some sort of guest appearance on our big brother which is currently airing? I don't know I'm completely baffled.
May 6th, 2005
|peterj||02:07 am - Friday 13th|
Yes it might seem like SPAM but please throw me a bone, I'm trying to promote a clubnight here so here goes...
Fri 13 May
:: diskoRenegade :: Upstairs @ Thompson's Arms
Gay Village, Manchester
An attitude-free monthly eclectic mix of electro, punk/new wave, indie, 80s synth, filthy disko and alt-rock.
Disco Queen or Indie Kid, Haircut Electro-Punk or Scuzzy Rocker, Queer or Questioning, make this your Friday night of loose-moraled fun! :ting:
£4 in (£3 before 11).
Double & mixer £2!
You can contact us from the website as well if you like.
Just a few of the bands/artists we dance to:
blondie | prodigy | yeah yeah yeahs | iggy pop | m.i.a. | chicks on speed | gwen stefani | felix da housecat | blur | prince | the clash | rage | peaches | the bravery | the slits | new order | kasabian | daft punk | le tigre | lcd soundsystem | depeche mode |courtney love | bloc party | system of a down | the cure | siouxie | disturbed | daft punk | emf
Mention to me that you saw it here and get a big kiss.
Well I'm hoping the curiosity will bring you to the night to find out...
July 15th, 2004
I'm relatively new to the whole AcidJazz/Trip Hop thing, so I'm looking to you guys for suggestions.
Names I'm familiar with :
I'm sure there are others I dig that fall into this category but I can't think of them anyway, here's where you lovelies come into play.
Tell me some stuff I'll like, that's along the same vein as the above groups. Please?
July 14th, 2004
|neko_special||08:35 pm - boo-ya!|
Current Mood: superheroic
Current Music: Non Phixion - Make It Happen feat. DV Alias Khrist
new member and such
kristin, 22, florida. it appears this community has died off a bit, that should change.
Current Music: stereo mc's
May 5th, 2004
|rikandade||10:54 am - great New Order news...|
Quote from the Channel 4 Teletext:
New Order's new album is being produced by Stephen Street and John Leckie.
Street has worked with Morrissey and Blur, while Leckie produced Radiohead's The Bends and The Stone Roses' debut.
Tony Wilson told PS: "They're both excellent choices. John Leckie is great at crafting big, stupid songs, and I mean that in a good way. Stephen, I know from his work with Vini Reilly, is a fine craftsman. I hate New Order, because they're always right!"
Current Mood: ha ha happiness
Current Music: scissor sisters "comfortably numb"
March 25th, 2004
OK. So I am sitting here at work, listening to the 24 Hour Party People soundtrack. I don’t have to be reminded of the genius that is/was/always will be Factory Records. Believe me, I know. But, every time I read the liner notes to the cd, penned by one Mr. Anthony H. Wilson, I am reminded of just how genius, fragile, creative and genius the Factory operation is/was/always will be. I said genius twice…I am aware of that. It is called making a fucking point.
Meanwhile, I am also sitting here trying to figure out how to get Shag Frenzy going. Wilson knew what was going on when he stayed loyal to Manchester and created The Factory and The Hacienda nightclubs there. He could have gone to London, sure, but he didn’t. Manchester is the birthplace of modern club culture, from the indie discos to the raves off the motorways. For better or worse (you decide), Factory gave us Joy Division, New Order, Happy Mondays, The Stone Roses, The Smiths, Oasis, Vick’s Vapo-Rub, glowsticks, trance techno, drum & bass, Ecstasy, baggy pants, multi-coloured t-shirts that look like detergent adverts, etc. Modern indie and club culture owes everything to Factory.
Shag Frenzy owes everything to Factory. Shag Frenzy should stay loyal and try to build it up around Hartford. There is nothing for the kids to do. Nowhere in this area can you go hear a night filled with Northern Soul, Britpop, Baggy, Indie, whatever. We are run down with goth nights and bad Dave Matthews Band-sounding hippie bands. The goths and hippies are scenesters…they want to dress up and take drugs and blah blah blah. Most of them probably are not passionate about the music. I am passionate about the music. The music must be heard, just like The Hacienda Must Be Built.
Oh, and by the way, “Here To Stay”, the newest New Order song that closed out the film, gives me shivers the same way I get shivers when I hear “Love Will Tear Us Apart” or when I see Paul Weller singing “In The City” in 1977 on The Complete Jam DVD. The revolution, and the shivers, have begun. Hang on for the ride.
After all, and to quote Neil Tennant, “we were never being boring…”
Current Mood: viva! revolution!
Current Music: Joy Division "Love Will Tear Us Apart"
March 16th, 2004
Here's my request: make me a tracklisting for a Factory Records & Madchester mix (I mean one in the same...you probably get it, but I'm paranoid). I'm in the mood for one and too lazy to put it together myself. Thanks very much!
Current Mood: lazy
Current Music: The Charlatans
March 10th, 2004
|rikandade||01:45 pm - KENICKIE|
does any of my britpop or uk-living mates have the final Kenickie cd "Get In"??? i'm listening to them now, loving them all over again. i realize now that i never got around to picking it up and it is sadly out of print and 30 pounds on amazon.co.uk.
will accept a cdr copy or a trade for something else...whatever ti takes to get a copy of it.
Current Music: ummm, kenickie "pvc"