Aggregated Assault: What The Music Blogs Are Posting Right Now

Feb 27th, 2007 // 1 Comment

- In 1983, NME was putting out mix tapes that blended James Brown, Cabaret Voltaire, Yellowman, and Tom Waits, among others. What happened? [Dalston Oxfam Shop]
- Nine songs from early-20th-century 78-rpm records, digitized for your aural time-traveling pleasure. [Music You (Possibly) Won't Hear Anyplace Else]
- The best remix of “Peanut Butter Jelly Time” you’ll hear all day, along with a few other songs featuring silly choruses. [20 Jazz Funk Greats]
- Is it too soon to wonder if Clap Your Hands Say Yeah can go back to playing more “intimate” venues? [Wolf Notes]

  1. eddymunster

    Re. NME: Your answer’s in the credits – the tape was compiled by Roy Carr and Neil Spencer, two great NME writers/editors of the time. Having said that, I find some of their more recent compilations pretty good, especially the Cool List (end-of-year) series.

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