Tuesday, June 10, 2014

MIX - POWER HOUR (Point Five)

01) Steve Miller Band - Macho City (Long Version)
02) Nikki Sudden & The Jakobites - Death is Hanging Over Me
03) Camper Van Beethoven - The Day That Lassie Went to the Moon
04) Television Personalities - Salvador Dali's Garden Party (Andy Kershaw Session)
05) The Legend - You Were Glamorous
06) The Damned - Dr. Jeckyl and Mr. Hyde (Demo)
07) Autumn - Memories
08) Television - Days
09) The Relations - Who Do you Think you Thought you Were
010) Nikki Sudden - The Road of Broken Dreams
011) Jane Bond & The Undercovermen - The Girl Who Knew Too Much
012) Loop - Forever
013) David Werner - Melanie Cries
014) The Toms - I Cannot Spot You
015) The Reverbs - Railroad Ties
016) Roland Bocquet - La Suite D'elsa
017) Gary Valentine - Who's The Leader?
018) Blue Orchids - Thirst



  1. Long time "follower"...

    Just wanted to tell you how much I *adore* your mixes! I spend so much time each day curating my own mixes, exploring music, etc, and you've introduced me to a huge number of artists from scenes and times I thought I knew already (Blue Orchids, Blue Boy, Steve Hillage, Television Personalities, etc, etc). Amazing stuff, and I hope you'll keep posting.

    Also — that trustzine mix you linked to a while back really was quite something. Do you know who those people are?

    Finally, are you a fan of the band Moose? Don't think I've seen them in any of your mixes, but imagine you'd like them.

  2. http://www.mediafire.com/download/z897c7152532ti1/Bongley_Dead_-_Demo_n.3_(2014).rar

  3. Cricket, thanks for the kind compliments. Things that like really keep me posting. I know vaguely who Casey and Courtney -might- be, but I don't want to say without knowing. Whoever it is is based in LA/NYC, and I assume they put out a physical zine, but again not sure. Either way they have great taste and long shovels :)

    ps. I just recently got a Moose peel session and I'm pretty sure I'll be amending the lack of Moose on my mixes shortly

    1. Here's a list of Moose songs I compiled into a list called "Best Moose". In addition to their early more shoegaze-y (think early Ride) stuff, their final three albums get much more "musing" and gentle. I love them all, but "Live a Little, Love A Lot" is probably my favorite.

      Love On The Dole from "Live A Little, Love A Lot”
      Suzanne from ". . . Xyz”
      The Only Man In Town from "High Ball Me”
      This River Will Never Run Dry from ". . . Xyz”
      Meringue from "Honey Bee”
      Hold on from "Honey Bee”
      First Balloon To Nice from "Live A Little, Love A Lot”
      Play God from "Live A Little, Love A Lot”
      Pretend We Never Met from "High Ball Me”
      The Man Who Hanged Himself from "Live A Little, Love A Lot”
      Uptown Invisible from "Honey Bee”
      Everybody's Talkin' from ". . . Xyz”
      Can't Get Enough of You from "High Ball Me”
      So Much Love, So Little Time from "Live A Little, Love A Lot”
      I Wanted to See You to See if I Wanted You from "Honey Bee”
      Keeping Up With You from "High Ball Me”
      Mondo Cane from "Honey Bee”
      Last Night I Fell Again from ". . . Xyz”
      Eve In A Dream from "Live A Little, Love A Lot”


    2. It's strange. Moose is one of those bands I've heard mentioned along with Ride and Lush and MBV but have somehow evaded ever hearing for ages. Getting Live A Little, Love A Lot at this very moment, and will go from there to the single selections. Thanks for the recommendations! More mixes to come :)

  4. Here ya go: