The Vanity Set @ Pianos

May 31st, 2005 | music, people I know

Meredith says:

at 8PM a quick set
then at 9PM we’ll do 3 more songs accompanied by a 20 piece ensemble, the Ambitious Orchestra.

Admission: $10
Venue: Pianos, 158 Ludlow St., NYC

More info. Obey Mer:

Dr Thirsty

May 31st, 2005 | music

Well, it’s Monday night, and no-one’s around. You won’t tell anyone if I put an mp3 up, will you? Course you won’t. You’re so good.

A couple of years ago, I bought a compilation CD from Disposable Music called Disposable Music Vol. 2. Its sleeve is the kind of small pink-striped paper bag that sweet shops used to use when I was a kid. The tracklisting is a photocopied piece of thin card. It lists the songs by order of appearance and, seperately, the artists in alphabetical order. I seem to remember having to go to the website to sort it all out – It doesn’t exist any more.

My favourite piece on it was, easily, “Dr Thirsty” — spoken-word by Revporl and music by Stuart Crozier. I can’t find it anywhere else on the net, Disposable have vanished, so screw it.

I doubt the link will last more than a couple of days, but here it is, in a high-quality 192k bit 6MB mp3.

If you like it, use the links above to investigate its creators.

“And the stars on his dressing room door/take flight…”

moblogUK Revamps

May 31st, 2005 | people I know, researchmaterial

moblog UK: futurephone enablement system

You can now add ‘tags’ to your posts, allowing you to contribute to the World Live Web, as indexed at Tags are going to integrate further into the site over time, allowing you to build dynamic collections of yours and other people’s images with ease. While those systems are being developed, your tags will simply link to Technorati. See the help page for more information.

RSS feeds for comments – want to keep up on the comments made on a post? Now you can point your newsreader at an RSS feed for each post on the site – see the url at the bottom of the “add comment” box.

Xinlisupreme Prepare Web-Only Album

May 31st, 2005 | music

One for the calendar: Xinlisupreme are preparing to release a web-only album, NO FUTURE, on July 1.

And you can still get their bonecrunching free-to-download single ZOUAVE’S BLUE by here.