Tag Archives: Minimal Violence

The Show: He said a song is just a song

In which Fraserhead starts off with a 1982 Prefab Sprout classic all about being addicted to radio, then zig zags through the realms of wonky electronics, dark house, wobbly techno, twee pop, melancholic pop, some sifty rock’n’roll… oh… and some classic 1970s Japanese whisky advertisements (see below).

Direct download: The Joint – 21 October 2017

And here’s the playlist in full…

  • Prefab Sprout – Radio Love *
  • Four Tet – Lush
  • Gerry Read – Peanut
  • Succhiamo – Succhiamo
  • Caldera – Switch
  • Arttu – Bass Trakk
  • 1976 Nikka G&G Whisky commercial feat. Orson Welles
  • HNNY – Trettio
  • Pickle Darling – Happy Together (demo version)
  • Sebastien Tellier – Chrysalis
  • Lana Del Rey – White Mustang
  • Fazerdaze – Half-Figured
  • Lina Tullgren – Red Dawn
  • Ryuichi Sakamoto – Fullmoon
  • Horace Andy – Show And Tell
  • Destroyer – Tinseltown Swimming in Blood
  • CHAIN & THE GANG – I Hate Winners
  • Com Truise – Vacuume
  • Stratton – White Punks on E
  • BOY HARSHER – Motion
  • Queen Neptune – Running
  • 1974 Suntory Whisky cinema commercial feat. Sammy Davis Jr.
  • Lost Temple – Black Coffee [tripleshotespressomix]
  • JASSS – Oral Couture
  • Machine Woman – I Want To Fuck Tech House
  • Minimal Violence – Can’t Stop Loving You
  • Shit And Shine – Blick Von Der Berg
  • Greita – Hokkaido

* The source of this week’s lyrical heading.

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The Show: In the ballroom of my mind…

Fraserhead at the controls this week, starting off motorik-ish, then delving into new Christchurch beats, followed by jumping all over the place with house, surf, garage, drone and techno.

And how the hell did we ever sleep on Queen Neptune? Their recent release “The Queen’s Speech” is genius, and the album released at the start of 2017 is pure motorik bliss.

Direct download: The Joint – 12 August 2017

And here’s the playlist in full…

  • Trevor Jackson – RGBPM 1
  • Queen Neptune – Our Cosmos
  • Gian & Massi – Radiant Conveyance
  • Ondes Mortes – Holding On (Instrumental)
  • Tiga – Woke
  • Four Tet – Planet
  • Friendly Service – Throw Me Outside
  • Flandiz – Day 3 (feat. Kills)
  • Caramel Smooth Heaven – Eyes
  • Felix Leifur – Hampton
  • Prophets Of A New Generation – Seek And You Will Find
  • D’Arabia – Night In Nairobi
  • Hidden Spheres – IshOnSax
  • Minimal Violence – HMV 94
  • Anna Cook – Fritos Feelings
  • EMA – Breathalyzer
  • Lana Del Rey – 13 Beaches *
  • The Opawa 45s – Bullwinkle III
  • CHAIN & THE GANG – Rome
  • SQÜRL – The Dark Rift
  • Boris – D.O.W.N -Domination of Waiting Noise-
  • Nuvarna – Somber Summer (feat. Danny Trash, PPariah)
  • Garrett – Home (421)
  • Dimmer – Seed (Live Acoustic Recording)

* The source of this week’s lyrical heading.

The Show: This is the water…

“Gotta light?”

A show cut into distinct thirds. Starting off upbeat, a move into the happily melancholic, and then the squelchy acid techno rounds out the show.

PS: Finally got The Woodsman in there.

Direct download: The Joint – 22 July 2017

And here’s the playlist in full…

  • The Woodsman – This is the water and this is the well. Drink full and descend. The horse is the white of the eyes, and dark within. *
  • Bjørn Torske & Prins Thomas – Kappe tre
  • Interstate – Disco Laura
  • Peverelist – Slice of Life
  • Kreidler – Radio Island
  • Lost Temple – Transparency
  • Lana Del Rey – When the World Was At War We Kept Dancing
  • French For Rabbits – Hollow Bodied Friends
  • Blair Parkes – humans
  • Fran – Never Tell
  • The Jesus and Mary Chain – Song For A Secret
  • The Moonrakers – Boring Holiday Recollections
  • Lithe – Locals
  • Lost Temple – TurtleKid90
  • Surly – Wait Til The Stick Comes
  • KILLS – Blondie
  • Loop Exposure – Bonnebosq Collector
  • Minimal Violence – Untitled Workout
  • Rune Bagge – Coup D’Etat
  • Tilliander – Mokirian Tekno Trak
  • Shinichi Atobe – First Plate 2
  • Ariwo – Caldera
  • Gang Violins – Sana
  • Chihei Hatakeyama – Scarlet Stone

* The source of this week’s lyrical heading.