The Triangles

November 26th, 2005 | music

The Triangles are the new Polyphonic Spree. Only they’re Australian, there’s only five of them, and they don’t sound all that much like the Polyphonic Spree. But you know what I mean, right? Listen to “Applejack.” Then read the lyrics, because it’s not often you hear the words “lungfish” or “mitochondria” in a song.

And if you don’t understand the line “Sing a song/About how things seem more important at night”… forget it. You won’t get it.


The Apparat Programme: 7

November 26th, 2005 | music

The Apparat Programme
broadcast at ninety-six kilobits per second in broadband
7: a selection from Superburst Mixtape
by popular request

(27.36 mins) (18.9MB) (direct download)

Pick up The Apparat Programme automatically via podcasty thing or iTunes using this address: http://feeds.feedburner.com/Apparat

All music was made available for free download and circulation by the artists. The running order for Programme 7 is:

Castor & Pollux – “Stalker” (2:14)
History of Guns – “Your Obedient Servants” (3:21)
The Fire and Reason – “Death Parade” (3:39)
Sidecar – “I Have Known Love” (4:52)
Blitzkriegbliss – – “Dark” (3:19)
The Venue – “MMhm!” (1:01)
Kupek – “On The Other Side Of The World” (3:04)
Star 27 – “Find a Bridge” (2:55)
The Poet Dogs – Ophelia’s Postcard (3:06)

Audience stats for the Apparat Programme:
1 – 3285 listeners | 2 – 2552 | 3 – 2187 | 4 – 2214 | 5 – 2076 | 6 – 1826

Direct downloads of previous Programmes: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6

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If you want your music to be included in an Apparat Programme, email your mp3 files directly to warrenellis@gmail.com.


Tell Me I Didn’t Just See This

November 26th, 2005 | brainjuice

This trailer here. Tell me I didn’t just see it. Tell me I did not just see a trailer for a movie that is I swear to god CHARLIE’S ANGELS meets HERO by the director of THE TRANSPORTER, featuring, apparently, Holly Valance putting on her bra via kung-fu.


Spawn

November 25th, 2005 | people I know

Congrats to Carmel Johnson on taking Dan Curtis Johnson‘s fucked-up seed and turning it into a 7 lbs 9 oz. baby girl.