Friday, June 13, 2008

Stone Groove-Put Yourself in Los Angeles by Chris and Cosey

Half of Throbbing Gristle. Maybe this song is a good soundtrack to driving into downtown on the 110. The best way to enter Los Angeles. Try doing it at around 7:45pm. It's sort of like taking drugs. I heard that R.Kelly got away with pissing on some young ladies. No jail time for pied piper of R and B. Good. I bet the judge heard Chocolate Factory and let Kelz take a piss on him right then and there in the courtroom. It's that good. What does Chris and Cosey have to do with R, Kelly? i like them both.


Thursday, June 12, 2008

Stevie is a better drummer...

than most anyone else. Let's dig on this.

Monday, June 9, 2008

Tell me a story....

This clip reminds me of my partner Mussy. Hope he doesn't take it the wrong way. You know I love you.

Stone Groove- Showstopper by Iron Knowledge

Here's a heavy funk rock jam off the "Chains and Black Exhaust" compilation.  The de tuned or baritone guitar really sounds like muscle engine hi octane driving to get coke in the middle of the night.  I came across this track through my friend Nicole who does Rococo Vinyl in Chi town. The Icarus Line crashed at her pad for a few days last summer in the middle of the Black Lives tour. While admiring the Nazi memorabilia Nicole and her boyfriend keep to decorate their otherwise jewish town home, I hit it off with her little brother. He sings in a thrash out band called KK rampage.  Next day before left town he shows up with three burn cds full of funk/rock gold. We listened to these cds all the way back on a 30 hour drive to Los Angeles.  Thanks for the little sanity band aid my man! This Iron Knowledge track has got to be on of my favorite of a comp of  some really dirty shit. From what i was told, the guy who put this comp together ran around the east coast raiding families record collections and put the best tracks together. Hear it bang!


Friday, June 6, 2008

Gang Bang Park//Ariel Pink

Gangbangpark, the studio, is nearing completion. The booths are air-tight, the gear is all here and Musmanno is on his way to Los Angeles to wire everything. We should be making records on a brand new API 1608 console here in about two weeks. Besides The Icarus Line and Giant Drag records we have ready to go, I have been talking to Ariel Pink about recording his first ever proper studio record. If you haven't heard one of his various Haunted Graffiti albums, his sound lay somewhere inbetween Peter Gabriel/Todd Rundgren and Throbbing Gristle. Sometimes maybe a bit of Diana Ross like this track. Check out one of his tunes.


Tuesday, June 3, 2008

Welcome to the Future......Mr. Cardamone

Another music blog to clog the arteries  of the interwebs. Yes my friends this will be a destination for news on The Icarus Line and our close friends. Look out for MP3's of jam sessions, new music and rare grooves that are inspiring myself and the creative elite. Video and Audio of music/film/style that matters; mainlined.  A place to figure out what your new first band could sound like. Somewhere to find the tune that'll drop her panties.  Celebrate the things you love. A resource and a good time. Dedicated to Rock n Roll. Enjoy.