Gotham's Greed - Thanksgiving Mix '07

Here we go. Repeats are due to the fact that I mostly just listen to what my friends send me rapidshare links to. And they find good shit on rapidshare.

Get it.

  1. Star Guitar - Shinichi Osawa ft. Au Revoir Simone - A cover of an electronic song. Love that concept. Better than the original.
  2. Simon Says - Pharaohe Monch - Remember when Kavinsky dropped this bomb before Daft Punk went on? DO YOU?
  3. Do You Remember the First Time - Pulp - Dan, remember when we heard this song playing you put this song on the jukebox in the bar? Then you put it on your mix for which I give you thanks. This shit has been on loop ever since
  4. Please Sunrise - Supermayer - A gem on an otherwise strangely shitty superstar album
  5. Atlas - Battles
  6. Barry Bonds - Kanye West ft. Lil Wayne - I don't understand this song. Like, at all. But now that Bonds has been indicted it's been imbued with some kind of horribly abstract meaning (more than before). Anything Weezy cannot foresee?
  7. Pony - Ginuwine
  8. Trust - Prince
  9. Can't Hurt My Style - Cam'ron - Cam goes grime and it's awesome
  10. Come Undone - Duran Duran - Thanks Andy D
  11. When the Sun Grows on Your Tongue - Black Moth Super Rainbow - Horrible album title, horrible song title, horrible band name. Love this song.
  12. Breezin' - Cornelius
  13. I'm So Tired - The Beatles
  14. Ruler of My Heart - Irma Thomas - McNulty reminded me how good this song is
  15. Stars - Hum - This shit is in some Nissan commercial or something. Thanks Nissan for bringing it back.

making sweet love to monster ballads after eating too many thanksgiving leftovers

order is not important.
here is the mix. here are the trax:

animal collective - people
samim - heater (original mix)
jj cale - ride me high (joakim edit)
the rapture - the sound (ben trucker's back to 95 mix)
mr vegas - hot fuck (raw)
hot chip - shake a fist
hall & oates - you're much too soon
mia - 20 dollar
yo la tengo - detouring america with horns
prinzhorn dance school - you are the space invader (optimo espacio remix)
sebastiAn - dolami
lord luther - thinkin' man's girl
nancy sinatra - don't let him waste your time
boyz 2 men - i'll make love to you

Simon Adebisi

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HERE is my mix under 30 minutes.

01. Implog, "She Creatures"
02. Blaqstarr, "Keep Fucking Around (Remix)"
03. A Certain Ratio, "All Night Party" (stuck in my head during bar exam)
04. The Homosexuals, "Vociferous Slam" (not Bowie)
05. Ms. Jade, "Jade's a Champ"
06. Eightball & MJG. "Buck Bounce"
07. Juvenile, "U Understand" (stuck in my head during LSAT, with some just-released "Saltshaker" blended into it)
08. Space, "The Female of the Species"

mmm.


Not totally sure what's going on with this mix, especially with the old timey tracks, but listening to a lady in 1929 sing "put your hotdog in my bun' makes me smile.

get there.

and here's the lazy tracklist:

1. les georges leningrad – “black eskimo” (sure les traces de black eskimo)
2. majestic arrows – “one more time around” (eccentric soul: the bandit label)
3. moodymann – “technology stole my vinyl” (technology stole my vinyl)
4. pacific gas & electric – “staggolee” (?)
5. olivia tremor control – “fireplace” (singles)
6. joe jackson – “im the man” (im the man)
7. charles walker & the daffodils – “no fool no more” (night train to nashville v.2)
8. lil johnson & black bob – “press my button, ring my bell” (copulation blues)
9. alan braxe & kris menace - "lumberjack" (lumberjack)
10. candie payne – “ by tomorrow” (i wish i could have loved you more)
11. wu tang – “crooklyn dodgers” (mathematics presents wu tang)
12. holy ghost – “hold on” (hold on)
13. paul devro – “walk the dino” (remix)
14. ruth willis – “im still sloppy drunk” (georgia blues)

Snacky Happiness (Nov. 20, 2007)


A Hastily thrown together mix starting with the new intro to the next season of The Wire, a Harry Nilsson track I stole from Nate, some songs that didn't make it onto my last mix, and ending sweetly with a pre-teen Jacko.

Download HERE
Tracklist here:

1. Steve Earle – “Way Down In The Hole” (Washington Square Serenade)
2. Harry Nilsson – “Jump Into The Fire” (Nilsson Schmilsson)
3. Vyle – “Thriller” (Oh I Think Dey Like Hoodtronics Vol. 2)
4. SebastiAn – “Killing in the Name of SebastiAn” (Walkman 2)
5. Klaxons – “As Above, So Below [Justice Remix]” (Remixes)
6. Muscles – “Sweaty” (Guns Babes Lemonade)
7. Cassius – “Toop Toop” (15 Again)
8. Bloc Party – “Where Is Home? [Burial Remix]” (Flux)
9. Animal Collective - "From a Beach" (BBC Session 2007)
10. Roxy Music – “ 2HB” (Control Soundtrack)
11. Flin Flon – “Ukraina” (A-OK)
12. Future of the Left – “The Lord Hates a Coward” (Curses)
13. Sharon Jones & The Dap Kings – “Something’s Changed” (100 Days, 100 Nights)
14. The Coctails – “Wicked Ways” (Peel)
15. Jackson 5- “Maybe Tomorrow” (Shaolin Soul Episode 2)

Giving Thanks For Mixes

Every year each member of Cosmodrome creates their own mix to keep them entertained on planes, distract themselves from family, and digest leftovers. We now provide these mixes to you, dear reader, too:

Nate's Mix
("All I ask is to put the Los Campesinos! song at the start and the Hatchback at the end. The rest is for you to decide... ")

Trina's Mix

Dan's Mix

MWang's Mix

Alex's mix

Mahoney's Mix

Booyahbaisse's Mix

Scott's Mix

Indiana Jones is Comfy in Nautica

Scenes from Indiana Jones, set to the music of Panda Bear.

How Errol Morris Writes A Letter

I hope he uses these when paying his rent or cable bill.

Also of note: Errol Morris' head-spinning, three-week, 250,000+ word blog about two similar cannonball-laden Crimean War images was so popular that:
"If you add the readers' comments to Morris' own writing, you get a word count of about 223,000, which—just to put it in perspective—is slightly longer than Moby-Dick."

[Photo found on ffffound.com]

Moby's Liberal Guilt + Philip Glass's Talent = PERFECTO!

As Hollywood writers strike in the name of their intellectual property, electro-Democrat Moby has decided to work in overdrive to make his intellectual property available to filmmakers who normally wouldn't be able to afford it.

Here, you will find 40-someodd songs that Moby has composed and recorded for independent filmmakers to yank for free. (He only asks for a small fee, should the movie make any money, to be donated to a charity of his choice.)

The problem with this equation: who wants a film score composed by Moby? I mean, besides every corporate manufacturer known to man.

If only Philip Glass had a bleeding heart...
Or Alexandre Desplat...
Imagine a film shot on digi-8 aligned to the goth-operatics of Elfman...

Baby steps.

Pintchik Oracle Goes Dark, Brooklyn Fantasists In A Panic

This morning, and for the first time in the years I have been living around the corner from it, the Pintchik Oracle went dark.

The Oracle, which was written up in 2003 by The New Yorker, is a favorite Brooklyn landmark celebrated as a vestige of mystery and fantasy in the increasingly staid Park Slope district. I enjoyed the Oracle for its ability to tell me the time, temperature, and special deals on air conditioners. Let's hope this isn't the last of it.

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