Saturday, January 31, 2009

Top Hits Musik Entertainment

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Five Minutes - Semua Ini Sendiri [Full Album 2009]

Posted: 31 Jan 2009 08:05 AM CST

Five Minutes Released Album 'Semua Sendiri'.
Not long after the recent paper, now the group Five Minutes released album. This seventh album was given the title 'Semua Ini Sendiri'.

"We love the name, because everything we do on this album alone," said Richie as the vocalist in the event launching the album at Hard Rock cafe, EX Plaza Indonesia.

However, not much changed from the band that was formed in 1994. 10 songs by Five Minutes in the album. Meanwhile, as the song is a mainstay SKSJ (Semakin Kukejar, Semakin Kau Jauh).

While color romantic song is still a rock band's flow. However, there is a unique album in Five Minutes. In fact, in the album to-7, they sing a song popular kids 'Ambilkan Bulan Bu'.

"For now the children his know love songs, children. We sing the songs of children, so that they know more, "added Ricky keyboard player.

Track List:
01 Five Minutes Title Hits Song 'Teman Biasa".
02 Five Minutes Title Hits Song 'Ambilkan Bulan".
03 Five Minutes Title Hits Song 'Semakin Ku Kejar Semakin Kau Jauh". (S.K.S.J)
04 Five Minutes Title Hits Song 'Ternyata".
05 Five Minutes Title Hits Song 'Katakan Sebenarnya".
06 Five Minutes Title Hits Song 'Tanpa Ada Cinta".
07 Five Minutes Title Hits Song 'Aku Tergoda".
08 Five Minutes Title Hits Song 'Bersalah".
09 Five Minutes Title Hits Song 'Perih".
10 Five Minutes Title Hits Song 'Salah Apa".
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Jamrud - New Performance (Full Album 2009)

Posted: 31 Jan 2009 01:47 AM CST

Mimpi Jadi Presiden.
"'Mimpi Jadi Presiden' is one of the songs are in our new album. The song is a reflection of our many people who want to be president," said Azis MS, guitarist as well as commander Jamrud.

'Mimpi Jadi Presiden' that its lyrics contain sarcasm, but inviting smile, the supplement Azis, was a resentment that their politicians seem to be the television screen to a tree and pole on the streets.

"It seems that everywhere we see the face of politicians continued. Also do not know, how it works also do not know," he said.

Resentful with the politicians, not the means Jamrud antipathy.

Because the album was launched in 2009, together with the increasingly close to its party democracy in Indonesia, the Jamrud also continue to grind away so that it can satisfy the fans will be invited campaigns by political parties.

"In the 2004 elections, we can work more in concert campaign. Money is reasonable, we do not turn down a bid following a campaign to Election 2009," Azis said.

Do not worry streaked identity because they support one party?

According to Azis, Jammers (Jamrud fans) is quite mature.

"When we are not a campaign for one party, but many parties. Next also such. Any party that would put us, no problem," he said again.

Many expressed the 'Azis' to INILAH.COM, when met before shooting programs only run on One TV station on Saturday (28/12) afternoon. Following excerpt:

Earlier if you agree Jamrud concerts and campaigns are self-sharpen. The meaning?

Jamrud now has three new personnel. There Donal as a replacement Krisyanto vocalist, Irwan on guitar and Danny to drum. (Azis and then call the four colleagues and introduce it). With this new formation, we are increasing solidarity.

It seems there age distance between new member with you and Teddy?

Ah, indeed it seems? Hahaha. The age is not a problem. Indeed, so my duty to guard them.

With the new personnel Jamrud sound but does not change much. Why?

Indeed, not many changes in the album Jamrud - New Performance in 2009. We still use the concept of time. Seven new songs in the album that have been made since the era of Krisyanto. In other words, the eighth album is more on the introduction of the new characters. In the next album then Donal, Irwan and Danny will have many roles.

The concept of music, which is maintained?

Jamrud typical rock music and the lyrics' prod 'plus the song remains slow and Balada. We still can not forget the market. Moreover, Donal vocal enough to render a patent Song Balada.

In addition to 'Mimpi Jadi Presiden', a song especially prepared so hits?

'Ingin Kembali' is slow rock and hopefully the market according to taste.

Track List :
01. Jamrud Title Hits Song 'Setan Manisku'.
02. Jamrud Title Hits Song 'Ingin Kembali'.
03. Jamrud Title Hits Song 'Tak Sempurna'.
04. Jamrud Title Hits Song 'Mimpi Jadi Presiden'.
05. Jamrud Title Hits Song 'Aku Vs. Jam Wekker'.
06. Jamrud Title Hits Song 'Stop! Sampai Disini'.
07. Jamrud Title Hits Song '1+2+3=Gila'.
08. Jamrud Title Hits Song 'Tak Sempurna'. (Karaoke)
09. Jamrud Title Hits Song 'Aku Vs. Jam Wekker'. (Karaoke)
10. Jamrud Title Hits Song 'Ingin Kembali'. (Karaoke)
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Sleeps In Oysters – We Kept The Memories Locked Away Like Beetles of our Childhood… (Seed Records)

Posted: 31 Jan 2009 09:35 PM CST

John Harries and Lisa Busby, a boy from Reading and a girl from Paisley, are Sleeps In Oysters. It's a name that wholly encapsulates their sound, too sweet to be termed ‘eclectic’ and too diverse to warrant the oft-abused folktronica tag.

The obvious comparisons should be dealt with first. Twitches of Psapp’s melodic alchemy and Tunng’s folk-based meanderings weave their way through the seven songs, though there isn’t a particular moment that prompts the comparison, merely the general sentiment that pervades the record. Indeed, it’s the sentimentality that is paramount, from the hand-constructed packaging which consists of paper sleeves, picture postcards and a fabric pouch, through to Busby's luscious vocal.

Like the delicately embroidered front panel, each song suggests a meticulous, loving hand has been involved in its creation. It's the ideal soundtrack to catching butterflies on a warm summer's day; a precocious warmth that you can’t help but smile along to.

Fortunately, no moment is ever too sickly to cause embarrassment - there are enough motifs acquired from the Richard D. James school of drill’n'bass, and other curious electronic remnants to assure the listener that this is decidedly left-of-centre stuff. As the album moves towards its coda, the curious noises hinted at in the first few minutes of opener ‘Moths’ Wings For Lisa’ appear again, building in intensity to become far more unusual than anyone could have expected.

For those who miss out on the 250 limited copies of the release, there is an instructional video which shows you how to make your own packaging for the album.

Asher - Landscape Studies (Room40)

Posted: 31 Jan 2009 02:14 PM CST

Through these Landscape Studies, Asher takes interest in the unique sound properties of interior spaces. Although the home or dwelling breaks from the plenum of the element, Asher doesn’t view it as simply a utopia for reflection and recollection, but as an ambiguous setting, both visible and invisible, removed and connected from the inclemencies of weather and other threats, human or otherwise. As an effectuation of this interior environment, with its own energy, warmth and gentleness of intimacy, the work is wholly successful.

The pieces are slow and relentless, drifting along like a pressurized breath system, out of which all manner of obtuse observations, scraps of notes, frazzled field recordings, and unidentifiable, reverberating noises arise, consolidating them as singular, absorbing spaces.

Inasmuch as the pieces do bleed into one another and engender a strong hypnotic state, there nonetheless remains a plurality of elements that, particularly when listened to on headphones, may often be heard shifting and communicating like masks to create a charged memory space. It is doubtlessly one of Asher’s more unified and complete efforts. In settling upon sounds of the interior, he secures a salient perspective from which to display the world, and all of the ways in which it escapes, is enlisted, and enjoyed in that valiant vestibule, the home.

Max Schaefer

Fanfare Ciorcarlia/Gypsy Queens and Kings - Hamer Hall (Arts Centre) Melbourne

Posted: 31 Jan 2009 02:22 AM CST

Okay. I can pinch myself now. And breathe a little. I’ve just witnessed one of the most amazing concerts of my life. One of the greatest live bands going around at the moment, Romanian wedding and party band Fanfare Ciorcarlia. It’s possible that the giant three tiered auditorium has never been so full, and before long we were dancing in the aisles. It began with Spanish three piece Kaloome, but then 4 Romanian men with tubas strode onto the back of the stage and blew everything apart. The first thing you notice about Fanfare Ciorcarlia is that your body is moving without your conscious control, the next is their piercing brass, the trio of trumpets cut through the music like butter, soaring free, out frenetically into the great open spaces. This is the most ecstatic music I’ve ever heard. The next thing you experience is the speed, these 11 middle aged guys are master musicians, as they effortlessly manipulate the tempo, increasing to ludicrous bpm (or is that km/ph?) . Vocalists come and go, the gorgeous Florentina Sandu, the intriguing Hungarian vocalist Mistsou, who with her unique delivery and shy stage persona was unfortunately not featured enough, The charismatic Bulgarian Johnny Iliev, who dressed in white with a cane, was just missing a bowler hat to look like he’d just walked out of A Clockwork Orange and of course Macedonian legend Gypsy Queen Esma Redzepova who added a touch of majestic class to proceedings. They played for two hours. It wasn’t enough. Gigs of the year should not be allowed to happen in January, it just makes everything else depressing.

Bob Baker Fish

Matthew Herbert Big Band - Live Hamer Hall Melbourne

Posted: 31 Jan 2009 01:15 AM CST

Tonight Matthew Herbert is a ham. He’s Buster Keaton, awkwardly stumbling swinging and grooving around, like he’s in his own silent movie, like the film’s been sped up as he twitches and whirls maniacally around, over exaggerating his hyperactive dance. But he’s not in a silent movie, he’s performing with a combination of his English Big band and Australian ring ins and the spectacle couldn’t possibly be more amazing. It’s a little touch of theatre, a bit of showmanship that combined with the classiness of the musicianship and cleverness of the arrangements elevates this performance so much higher than your regular gig going experience. It’s possible that I haven’t understood his big band experience until tonight, not only has he arranged the brass, woodwind and percussion to take the big band sound into his own idiosyncratic musical world, the rickety clipped almost percussive melodies that he is famous for, yet he also samples live and provides added digital ruffage to the mix with his sure, precocious and slightly mischievous hands.

They play mostly from their latest album, There’s Me and There’s You, with Eska Mtungwazi’s vocals throughout, utterly spellbinding, a powerhouse of range. There’s more theatre, “Tonight we are reading the Herald Sun,” offers Herbert as all the musicians hold it up and proceed do the only worthwhile thing you can do with that horrible tome of celebrity gossip and misinformation. Tear it up, the sounds evolving into “The Story, a delightful swing number with a pulsing jazz groove. For the next few songs the big band continues to pick up the bits of paper, screw them up and take pot shots at each other, creating a slightly surreal effect, particularly during the more poignant musical moments. Later Herbert and Eska wear black hoods over their heads and do their business faultlessly. Surprisingly they play The Audience, from Bodily Functions, have three encores, whilst also making us all contribute by singing a note which Herbert then samples and integrates into the music. Most importantly though they transport us to another time and place, this otherworldly realm where class and technology intersect. The experience to me was a little like Trainspotting, the jokes, the contradictions, the hamminess coming thick and fast alongside these marvelous moments of jaw dropping musical genius. They finally fished with One Life, with Herbert deconstructing the band in front of us, ordering off the brass, woodwind, percussion and bass, little by little, leaving only Eska and the pianist, and the most subdued emotional joy until Eska herself walked off, a leaving the solitary notes from the piano. I turned to the person beside me and I saw tears. It was that kind of show

-Bob Baker Fish

Dead Letters Spell Out Dead Words - Lost in Reflections (Fang Bomb)

Posted: 31 Jan 2009 02:23 AM CST


Thomas Ekelund, Gothenburg based composer and sound artist, has been diagnosed with a border line personality disorder. This makes an interesting promotional blag, and quite a dirge to wade through if you have already gone through darkness in your life and seen that the only response is to transmute such domains into a form which exudes a beauty uncommon. Such is the mettle of Ekelund.

So now when I hear the layered environmental soundscape loops, drone guitar and industrial motifs in Crowded Rooms, In Empty Streets, building into a Bauhausesqe gothic melodrama, all that comes to mind is a muted ‘good on you’ for confronting such bleakness and challenge and making something of it. Indeed the very image of the panoptical self on the cover, the artist’s moniker death fixated, the comic like allusions to a vampiric world where the self is invisible, unable to be reflected.

'Most of the time I feel suspended, as if I was waiting for some great revelation of truth, a stroke of magic that will transform me into someone like you. The person you see in the mirror. A human.'

Seriously such comments suggest the emotive range of a teenage drama queen with a high degree of musical talents. Clearly I read the allusions given as too obvious expressions of psychological states and find their lack of dimension to be as amusing as the act of confrontation; transcribing and releasing could be cathartic. It puts quite a different spin of the question of what is music, and the area of music as medicine has been identified before and is generally encouraged.

Of course the domain beyond bleakness is the ground to be found. The question may be will the grandiose splendor of Himmelschreibenden Herzen be able to be apparent in a vibrant joyful version of Ekelund. If you find the beauty within the bleakness, see the extrusion of ecstatic joy in its expression in form then the assignation of bleakness is merely a formal preference or discrimination in the pejorative sense. This may seem an easy linguistic play especially in light of Ekelund's summation:

'It has taken me two years to come to terms with this album. It’s in many ways my most accessible work to date, but in other ways my most difficult and demanding. I can’t listen to it objectively. In fact I have a hard time listening to it at all.'

All that can be easily sighted here is all to apparent technical prowess of the guitar and effects, overdubs and industrial drone expression.

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Von Bondies: "Pale Bride" MP3 download

Posted: 31 Jan 2009 11:45 AM CST

KMFDM: Blitz track listing, artwork, previews

Posted: 31 Jan 2009 09:31 AM CST

Id Guinness: Cure for the Common Crush- Album Review

Posted: 31 Jan 2009 04:16 AM CST

Whatever happened to: Collective Soul?

Posted: 31 Jan 2009 12:20 AM CST

Soulfull Vibes, Entertainment News, Black Entertainment, Poetry, Def Poetry Jam

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Lionel Richie- I'm Not Ok (produced by The-Dream & Tricky Stewart)

Posted: 31 Jan 2009 07:41 AM PST

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