015 A Marvellous Concept
Through the diminishing fog of jetlag comes this first poddie for the new year. The special bonus track we’ve hunted down from 1988 that takes a poke at the Iron (she ain’t no) Lady by Nick Sample.
Echo Park (with Thurston Moore)—Needled
Atlas Sound—Angel is Broken
The Penetrators—The Scandalizer
Dead Man’s Bones—Pa Pa Power
Desire —Under Your Spell
Denim— Synthesisers in the Rain
The Drums—Let’s Go Surfing (Version)
GusGus—Is Jesus Your Pal?
Nick Sample—A Marvellous Concept
Inspired by the V&A exhibition, Postmodernism. Don’t worry, does not contain any posthumous picking over of the theorem that underpinned this ‘movement’. Instead it’s approx. 40 minutes of 1980s pop protagonists warbling away amongst a sea of synth, strings and samples. Ahh, the 80s. Oh, and bubble-sloshy-massive-massive-face, ok?
Spandau Ballet—Chant No.1
Devo—Through Being Cool
Grace Jones—I’ve Seen That Face Before
Laurie Anderson—Language is a Virus
Talking Heads—Love for Sale
Bomb the Bass—Megablast
Erik B & Rakim—Paid in Full
Neneh Cherry—I’ve Got You Under My Skin
014—We Shall Overcome
Who says nostgalia’s dead (possibly no-one)? Cause we’ve only travelled back in time to 2006 and had a rummage through some new releases (well, they were new back then) and I put on a slightly funny voice (#notthebestideaivehad).
Baseball Furies—Red Hot Autobahn
Eagles of Death Metal—Addicted to Love
Islands—Don’t Call Me Whitney, Bobby
The Blow—Babay (Eat a Critter, Feel It’s Warmth)
Ms. John Soda—Number One
The Whitest Boy Alive—Inflation
The Radio Dept—The Worst Taste in Music
Jarvis Cocker—Quantum Theory
Gustav—We Shall Overcome
The 13th edition (oo spooky) of the Antimix Modern Disease Mixtape podcast series (phew!) is go! Featuring more athletic eclecticism from Linefeed’s resident musicologist, Sportspanda, we traverse the decades starting at the beginning of the 80s, visiting some very new releases before ending up in the radical 60s via William Klein and a few other arty sorts. A specials thanks once again to Jean Snow for pointing us in the diurection of the Mmm Pop Musik show.
M—Moonlight and Music
Eurythmics—Never Going to Cry Again
The Drums—Blue Stripes
Vivien Goldman—Private Armies
Laurie Anderson—Is anybody home?
Jeri Southern—My Private Island
Michel Legrand—The Ballad of Polly Maggoo
The Penetrators—Teenage Lifestyle
Or rather ‘A Vague History of early 90s U.K. Indie’. The first in an irregular series of podcasts here on Linefeed that seek to document the golden age of the independent record label as well as the bands, clubs and movements that surrounded them. This first edition focuses on a much-discussed group of artists that have come to be known as ‘shoegazers’ looking briefly at their influences and variants. Correction: Cornershop were on Wiiija Records not Too Pure as incorrectly stated in this here podcast.
The Boo Radleys—Lazy Day
Pale Saints—She Rides the Waves
The Nightblooms—A Thousand Years
My Bloody Valentine—You Made Me Realise
012 — It’s Your Rock N Roll
It’s our rock n roll too and while the weather’s pretty gloomy on both sides of the world here’s another bout of athletic eclecticism to warm yer cockles featuring the original theme to kid’s TV programme, Rainbow as well as music by artist Mark Leckey and some new weird Australians.
Jo Jo Zep—Taxi Mary
Chapterhouse—In Your Arms
donAteller—Rock with You
His Name is Alive
Danger Beach (featuring TV Colours)
Demin—Middle of the Road
011—This Society is Going Smash
What starts as a lazy Saturday podcast morphs into a 90s Indie special. Who knew that would happen? Not us.
The House Of Love
Sleeper—It’s Wrong of you to Breed
Pop Will Eat Itself
010—Money is Ugly
Ten podcasts on and resident discologist Sportspanda serves up a Pina Colada of ‘prelude to Summer’ songstrels, along with the athletic eclecticism you’ve come to expect from the Antimix. It’s quite a long one this one. Hope you likey.
Pretty Girls Make Graves
The Style Council—Long Hot Summer
Crookers (featuring Róisín Murphy)
Carl Erdmann—Satan Worship
Laika Bad Times
Distractions Money is Ugly
009—Double Plus Good
“Here’s comes a candle to light you to bed and here comes a chopper to chop off your head.” This podcast features yet more athletic eclecticism from Linefeed’s resi musicologist, Sportspanda (that opening quote will make sense once you’ve listened to it, honest). In this edition you’ll find a special tribute to Trish Keenan as well as various hits and memories.
Cotton Candy—Fantastic & Spectacular
My Bloody Valentine—
Mt Eerie—Fantastic & Spectacular
Eurthymics—Double plus Good
Ovaltines Beat Group—St Clements
Linefeed’s resident musicologist, name of Sportpanda, sets a bit of a sombre tone with this here latest podcast in the Antimix Specials series. It’s Winter, you see, and the barometer keeps nudging zero so here’s a bunch of chilly tunes for icy evenings with the odd festive track thrown in. May you listen in good health and besterest wishes for the year to come.
Saint Etienne—War Statues
Peter Bjorn and John—The Chills
Satanicpornocultshop—Get Yr Freak On
Sunset Gun & Jay—In the Bleak Midwinter
The Flying Lizards—The Window
Roy Budd—Getting Nowhere in a Hurry
Wojtek Godzisz—December Will Be Magic Again
Saint Etienne—Welcome Home
Seeland—Call the Incredible (Advisory Circle version)
Air featuring Charlotte Gainsbourg & Jarvis Cocker—The Duel
Ant—Let It Snow
Saint Etienne—Snowbound on the Southbank