Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Daft Punk | Random Access Memories | The Collaborators: Chilly Gonzales

Daft Punk | Random Access Memories | The Collaborators: Panda Bear

PSA: Spring Record Fair (Brooklyn Flea) - May 4, 2013

The Spring 2013 edition of the Brooklyn Flea Record Fair is just around the corner, and with 50 vendors, an all-star DJ lineup curated by Red Bull Music Academy, and the return of Dogfish Head Craft Brewed Ales—plus Smorgasburg—it's a doozy.
In addition to the 50 collectors, shops, and record labels, we'll have a small stage featuring the best music you've ever shopped to: DJ /rupture (Dutty Artz), James Friedman (Throne of Blood), James Pants, Veronica Vasicka (Minimal Wave), Dan Selzer (Acute Records), and Dean Bein (True Panther)—all of whom will take a break from selling records at their label tables to spin a few. (See below for a list of some of the goodies that vendors are pulling out special for the record fair.)
Located inside Smorgasburg, the spring Record Fair (stay tuned for the fall date) will be located just a feet away from all the tasty treats and beverages the food market has to offer—as well as a special visit from Delaware's Dogfish Head Craft Brewed Ales, which will be providing three of their finest seasonal beers just for the day.
Hours are 11am-6pm, adjacent to Smorgasburg inside East River State Park, at Kent Avenue and North 7th St. in Williamsburg. To get first pick at records and grub, we recommend arriving on the early side. Entry is free.

Spring 2013 Specialty Items
Captured Tracks/Flying Nun:
Cleaners From Venus Vol. 2 Box Set
Flying Nun Record Store Day exclusives
Carpark/Paw Tracks/Acute Records:
Toro Y Moi / Dog Bite Split 7" *not available in stores*
and Carpark, Young Magic & Toro Y Moi T-Shirts
Famous Class Records:
30 copies of Cass McCombs/White Magic 7" on clear vinyl
Fatcat Records:
PAWS - Tiger Lily Tour Tape *not available in stores*
Ghostly International:
ADULT. full length (CD/LP), The Way Things Fall on sale 10 days prior to its release date!
Minimal Wave:
Five Times Of Dust ‎– The Dada Computer cassette (limited edition of 200)
Warp Records:
Super limited box sets and reissued releases from
Aphex Twin, Autechre & Brian Eno

DJ Lineup—Curated by Red Bull Music Academy
1pm-1:40pm- Dan Selzer (Acute Records)
1:40pm- 2:20pm- Dean Bein (True Panther)
2:20pm-3pm - James Friedman (Throne of Blood)
3pm-3:40pm - DJ/rupture (Dutty Artz)
3:40pm-4:20pm - Veronica Vasicka (Minimal Wave)
4:20pm - 5pm - James Pants

Record Labels
ATO Records & tbd records
Beyond Beyond is Beyond Records
Captured Tracks / Flying Nun
Carpark / Paw Tracks / Acute Records
Dead Oceans / Jagjaguwar / Secretly Canadian
DFA Records
Domino Records
Dutty Artz
Famous Class
FatCat Records
Ghostly International
Knitting Factory Records
Luaka Bop
Mexican Summer / Software Recording Co.
Minimal Wave
Modular Records
Northern Spy Records
Partisan Records
Sacred Bones Records
Styles Upon Style
The Smith Tapes
True Panther
Warp Records
What's Your Rupture
Young One Records

Record Stores & Collectors
Athan Maroulis / Sepiatone
Brian Turner / Eric Neuser
Co-op 87
Collector Scum
Deep Cuts
DJ Rekha (Basement Bhangra)
Doug Mosurock
Halcyon The Shop
Ian Johnson
James Friedman (Throne of Blood Recordings)
Kim's Video & Music
Matthew Radune / The Wilding Corporation
Other Music
Raelian Raecords
Record Grouch
Robert Schaad
Turntable Lab
Unbreakable Records
Zeke Baker

Ashley Beedle - Pulse Radio Podcast 103 (11/25/12)


Rayvon - No Guns No Murder (Accapella)
Eric Powell - All Tings
Bobby Konders - Heads
Sleepin' Giantz - Mucky
Yush2K - Light Up
Bob Marley & The Wailers - War (Dubplate)
Blocc G - Haile Selassie
Booty Bouncers - Fame & Money (Ashley Beedle Remix)
Pepe Braddock - Deep Burnt (Cut Copy Remix)
Kyodai - Breakin'
Simian Mobile Disco - Everyday
Ashley Beedle - Run The Track (2nd Lap)

Monday, April 22, 2013

Richie Havens - Back To My Roots (Original 12 inch Version 1980)

Folk singer Richie Havens, the opening act at the 1969 Woodstock music festival, died today of a sudden heart attack.  He was 72.

A few days ago, I posted FPI Project's 'Rich In Paradise', which took liberal inspiration from the above.