Wednesday, February 13, 2008
I have been a big fan of Dan Deacon's music since first listening to his latest album Spiderman of the Rings. His music could probably be classified easiest as experimental but I have read some articles where his music is called future shock. I recently attended one of his live shows and I have to say it was one of the best concerts I have ever been to. He interacts with the audience and gets everybody dancing. Pretty much any dance goes. Below I have posted by album direct links from Dan Deacon's website for nearly all of his earlier works. I highly recommend purchasing his latest album Spiderman of the Rings as well as his DVD Ultimate Reality which actually has a warning on the case that the content may cause seizures. Click here to visit Dan Deacon's website.
Wednesday, February 6, 2008
My friend Steve found this one day when we were browsing around at a local used CD store. Based mainly on the weird cover, he thought it was worth a gamble for $1. We listened to it immediately afterwards and thoroughly enjoyed this weird album. Seems to me this music fits right in on this blog. Definately worth a listen if you have never heard this. Click here to listen.
Monday, February 4, 2008
Sunday, February 3, 2008
Here's a Moondog album that is "largely a protest against our treatment of aboriginese people, against our treatment of nature, plants and animals, also against the idea that "we discovered the New World", when it is as old or older than ours." Click here for more information plus lyrics. Click here to listen.
Saturday, February 2, 2008
Friday, February 1, 2008
You may have noticed from my blog that I like a lot of weirdos, especially when it comes to music. Moondog is no exception as I was floored the first time I listened this EP. I could hardly believe music like this existed in 1953. Click here to listen.