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There are quite a few songs from around that are now coming to mind that are not in any of the lists above Ciara feat. Future and B. B had a bass hit that some urban and rhythmic stations have been playing over the past year or twocalled "body party remix. Here is one of the latest Watch www. I'm sure half of today's bass music would easily cross over into electro bass and even freestyle bass.

Detroitbootybass PM - 26 June, Quote:. For some reason they played "nasty dancer" by Kilo twice in the same set, but it was quick mixed both times, along with the other bass hits. It was an impressive amount because I kept thinking they would stop and slow the music back down. I never expected Calvin Harris to play on an urban station in a town that used to not have any stations that played house or freestyle and anything outside the most mainstream euro dance of the 90's for almost an entire decade.

DJ DannyV AM - 13 October, reviving an old thread here but, does anyone know an old school booty song i wanna say its by : The puppies… lyrics go something like. BTW great list up there. DJ DannyV PM - 13 October, Those were very good, but i don't think it's the dogs, definitely a puppies song and it's not funky y2c, it's a sped up booty bass song use to hear it on power 96 all the time.

I had a cassette with it recorded on it but no longer have it. Do And what you wanna do Hook goes Free freaky! So freaky, so freaky Free freaky! Can't find this song anywhere. Denverlee19 PM - 20 March, Quote:. He started out with Magic Mike and Clay D and went on to become a house hold name.

Taipanic PM - 3 May, Quote:. Jumping in late to suggest Would love to find it again. I seriously just made a bad ass playlist thanks to you guys on my spotify. Lyrics go something like this Been trying to find this song for years Onionhero AM - 24 February, Quote:.

If I'm missing any artist from the let me know? Drop ya email. Motion AM - 15 August, Quote:. When play bass music people go crazy 30 min you must not be from miami atl or the south bass is slowly coming back. Taipanic PM - 17 August, Quote:. I have a lot of this on original vinyl Did you know a lot of these artists are still making tracks?

Trip out ha?! Curtis B doh? That is amusing! Here in Dallas we just enjoy Bootie Music! They did the original before Tag Team. Grew up to all this shit in FL! The Radiators. Ella Fitzgerald. Fletcher Henderson. Red Hot Blues. Moon Rise. Lightnin' Hopkins. Legends of Doo Wop. I Can't Be Satisfied. Big Bill Broonzy. Howling for My Darling. Here I Am [Madacy]. Al Green. Girls Go Wild. The Fabulous Thunderbirds. Black Attack. Sugar Black. All My Life. Wonders and Sign. Yami Bolo.

Whoa, Nelly! Nelly Furtado. War Baby. Tom Robinson. Tracks of My Tears. Smokey Robinson. The Unbound Project, Vol. The Blues Brothers Complete. The Blues Brothers. Tex Mex EFX. Rebel Crew. Our Town: The Greatest Hits. Deacon Blue.

Natural Blues. My Father's Son. Joe Cocker. Manish Boy. Muddy Waters. Maurice Jarre. Halfway Between the Gutter and the Stars. Fatboy Slim. Girls All Pause. Extended Versions. Dream Time. The Shadows. Blue Oyster Cult. All of Me. Della Reese. A Lot of Changes Comin'. Wappy Back. Two Shades of Blues. Jimmy Rushing. The Chess Story, Vol. The 16 Greatest Hits. Something Is Wrong.

Max Romeo. Santa Monica. Rock Me Baby. Tina Turner. Ralfi Pagan. Pumping on Your Stereo. Process of Elimination. Press Conference London. Ringo Starr. Point Reyes Station. The Youngbloods. Peace Pipes. Arco Iris. Nowomova: Wasted Lands. Phil Manzanera. Nothing Really Matters. My Guy. Mary Wells. Marilyn Sings. Losing a Whole Year. Third Eye Blind. Live On. Let Forever Be. The Chemical Brothers. Leave Me Alone. King of Blues Guitar, Vol. Joining You. Alanis Morissette.

Insane in the Brain. In Concert. Idiots Behind the Wheel. I Try. Macy Gray. I See You Baby. Groove Armada. Percy Sledge.

Lighter Shade of Brown. Gimme Some More [CD]. Busta Rhymes. First Come, First Served. Fingertip Ship. Richard Leo Johnson. Down So Long. Dixie Flyer Blues. Bessie Smith. Cultural Consciousness. Bringing Out the Dead. Beautiful Stranger. Anything But Down. Always Breaking My Heart. Belinda Carlisle. All That I Can Say. The Jackson 5. Loretta Lynn. Pearl Jam. Wishing I Was There. Natalie Imbruglia.

Where's the Love. Faith No More. Wanted Again. Total Togetherness, Vol. Time Capsule: Songs for a Future Generation. The Bs. There Goes the Neighborhood, Pt. The More You Know. Jon Anderson. The Four Corners of the World. Bernie Krause. The Five Stairsteps. The Best of the Ohio Players. Ohio Players. Manfred Mann. Thank U. The Posies.

Still in the Game. Keith Sweat. Star Profile. Song for the Dumped. Ben Folds Five. Joseph I. Ray of Light. Pure Country. Bobby Bare. Monster Magnet. Pilgrim [Single]. The Smashing Pumpkins. The Shamen. Ocean Dreams. My Favorite Mistake. Moskow Diskow. I'm Gonna Love You. Summer Junkies. I'll House You ' Jungle Brothers. Human Beings. Head Trip in Every Key. Wyclef Jean. Ghetto Supastar. Folk Standards. Harry Belafonte. Find a Way.

A Tribe Called Quest. Falling in Love Again. Eagle-Eye Cherry. Every Day Should Be a Holiday. The Dandy Warhols. Doo Wop That Thing. Lauryn Hill. Don't Come Home Too Soon. Del Amitri. Cracking Up. The Jesus and Mary Chain. Carnival [UK]. Natalie Merchant. Blues from Chicago [Cherry Red]. Big Mistake. Beloved [Original Motion Picture Soundtrack]. Rachel Portman.

Beep Me Missy Elliott. At the Sight of the Apocalypse Dragon. Are You That Somebody. Johnny Winter. Ancient Termites. Phonosycograph Disk. You Make Me Wanna. Word Perfect. Whoopi Goldberg. Debbie Deb.

When Hell. Freezes Over. U Turn [Original Soundtrack]. Ennio Morricone. Marilyn Manson. Tougher Than Tough. Jimmy Witherspoon. The World Is Mine. Ice Cube. The Devil's Advocate [Original Score].

James Newton Howard. The Best of Judy Garland. The Best of Fourplay. Surfin' 60's. Super Hits. Barbara Mandrell. Star Gold. Roger Whittaker. Soul 60's. Song for Mama. Boyz II Men. Some Other Sucker's Parade. Smokin' Me Out. Warren G. The Brand New Heavies. Sex Style. Kool Keith. Semi-Charmed Life. Rockin' Sixties [Universal]. Richard III [ 2]. Pop 60's. Partly Plugged. Atlanta Rhythm Section.

Nine Lives. More Than This [US]. Money Can't Buy Me Love. Mellow 70's [Coyote]. Ruth Brown. Love 70's. Last Cup of Sorrow. Into My Arms. I Shot the Sheriff. Hard to Make a Stand. Hard Core Hits. Get Off My Elevator. Fun Lovin' Criminal [Single]. Fun Lovin' Criminals. Folk 60s. Fallen Is Babylon. Extremely Rotten Live. Evita [Motion Picture Music Soundtrack]. Demonoid EP. Techno Animal. Days of Our Livez. Dark House Project. DJ Inx.

Corrine Corrina. Big Joe Turner. Born to Bang. Barrel of a Gun. Yeah / Hell Mode. Apple Tree. Erykah Badu. Who You Are. Who Will Save Your Soul. This Is for the Lover in You [ 1]. The Original. And there's -another- Expo '70 related release just below, in the Highlights! Asbestoscape: One of the best and only metalgaze-meets-jungle albums of the year, can't believe it's just a self-released cd-r.

Matt Bauer: A haunting song cycle from this folk troubadour. And limited. Birushanah: Japanese band combining doomic heaviness with wyrd folk, like Corrupted meets Ghost! Byetone: Raster-Noton electronica for Pan Sonic fans! Andrew Raffo Dewar: Weird avant jazz with droney flutes, fantastic! Don Caballero: Thee instrumental mathrock masters 7th album - with some singing this time, too! Duchess Says: Mathy, new wave-y riot grrl disco prog??! We love it. Harry Pussy: Live and limited, a cd-r documenting the insanity of this seminal '90s noiserock band.

High Mountain Tempel: Eastern tinged ur-drone ritual music from some lost land Ian Holloway: A gorgeous disc of dronemusic from this new drone discovery. Isis: The fourth live vinyl volume, limited of course, from these postrock, metalcore heroes. Cian Nugent: Takoma-ish folk raga from this brilliant young Irish guitarist.

Omit: New double cd of skeletal drone and electronic rhythm from this NZ outsider experimental genius. Oxbow: Vinyl-only live release from these unique, angsty artrockers, one side stripped-down and acoustic, the other with guest including members of SUNNO and Jesu!

Pram: These old faves at their most lust, vivid, and cinematic! Q A collection of freakbeat psych from this incredible '60s Dutch band, who should be at least as well known as the Pretty Things, if not the Stones! Replacements x 4: These old punk, pop faves reissued! Skaters: Super limited vinyl, recorded in Mexico, the floorcore psychsters most dim and eerie set yet. Skin Horse: Mathy postrock slowcore ambience from these local heavies, self released limited cd-r edition. They would transform into aQ faves Geronimo!!

Stone Harbour: A holy grail of homemade basement psychedelia, circa '74, finally reissued! Terrorizer: The essential magazine of 'extreme' metal, which we'll be carrying regularly from now on, at last. Tussle: SF's rhythmic post-punkers get extra cosmic and spacier on their latest.

Jozef Van Wissem: Glacially glorious avantgarde Renaissance lute playing here. Vulcans: Early '70s UK proggers made some amazing, sci-fi dub reggae, believe it or not! And loads more, as usual. Including, again, a Kiss album revisited. And some neat now-on-vinyl releases, a bunch of limited and out of print cd-r's, and, well yeah, lot lots more. To wrap up, on the occasion of this, our th list, need it be said, we REALLY appreciate every dollar you spend here, instead of someplace else.

Thank you, 'cause it's how we can keep doing what we love to do And please please help spread the word. Tell your friends about our shop, forward other music obsessives our list, we may not always be the fastest, but we might be the friendliest, and we're quite possibly the most passionate, at least we try to be. And we want to stick around as long as folks still want to buy Yeah (Album Version) - The New 2 Live Crew - Yeah and cds, cuz we can't imagine a world without record stores.

We have lots of cool stuff coming up, soon we'll have some aQ blogs, a podcast, several long overdue upgrades to the aQ website, the first in a series of super kick ass, super limited custom artist designed aQ shirts, and a bunch more. Some big surprises too!!! Stay tuned Also, we're super excited to announce an upcoming instore, September 24th, NY's space rock, drone rock outronauts White Hills will be performing a special blissed out set, just for the instore, so be sure not to miss that, we'll send out an announcement closer to the date.

We have free tickets to give away. We'll draw names at random before the next list. Finally, one of our all time favorite records, a 4 disc set in fact, which we've sold nearly copies of here at aQ, and which has been sadly out of print for ages, is available once again. Okay, that's it, enjoy the sounds, and again, thanks for sticking with us for Lists!

Here's to more!!! Back again with yet another list, and we modestly think, it's a doozy. First off, anyone who was bummed that our last list didn't have much in the way of the good ol' black metal on it nothin' but one measly live Gorgoroth disc, believe it or not will find we made up for that with a whole lotta evil, blackened treats this time 'round, including two Deathspell Omega documents, a new Striborg, THREE Dead Reptile Shrines and more.

Also, we've got three killer Records of the Week this time. And the usual slew of limited cd-rs and cassettes and vinyls and stuff. Well, we'll save our breath for the highlights section immediately below What that means, one of our favorite radio stations, KFJC It's the kickoff of their fundraising season. They did it here last year too and it was a blast. It's gonna be from 1pm to 6pm, with five KFJC DJs doing their shows, and tons of good food, giveaways and all sorts of other cool stuff.

Should be super fun and festive. Also, today was the deadline for entries to the special, 'hidden' contest we had on list Barney Grubbs! Congratulations, Barney. And thanks to everyone else, who read list Hell enough to enter. We'll be doing other giveaways and stuff on a more regular basis, we'll keep you posted.

And we have -another- set of contest winners to announce too: for the Corrupted ticket giveaway, our lucky winners are Eric Sculley, Daniel Taylor, Isaac Ontiveros! Congrats you three, see you at Slim's on Halloween, dooming out!! Didn't win? Just email to [email protected] with "Peter Hammill Ticket Contest" in the subject line, we'll pick winners next Friday the 26th.

We'll be giving away 2 pairs of tickets to see this rare Stateside solo show from the leader of one of our favorite '70s British prog rock bands, Van Der Graaf Generator, so good luck. Actually 2 shows. One a specially spaced-out, more mellow and ambient instore performance here at Aquarius on September 24th, that's next Wednesday, 6pm.

The other, on Monday Sept. Please come check it out, it's gonna be rad! Saturday, October 11th. And it's all for a good cause, in benefit of Creativity Explored.

Don't miss it!! More info: www. Ok, better get on with the list, we've been breaking our backs to get it done early tonight, 'cause Andee and Allan and Cameron and and bunch of our friends all have tickets to see the big CARCASS reunion show this evening!!! Heck probably every metalhead in San Francisco will be there. We sure don't want to miss it. And none of us had ever gotten a chance to see 'em before, didn't think we ever would.

Tell you all about it next time. Intense African drumming meets jazz meets acid rock proto metal prog. Possibly the reissue of the year! Darsombra: Second disc of brooding kraut flecked, spaced out blackened ambience, definitely for fans of Expo '70 and other dark droners The heaviest WH yet! Acid Mothers Temple: Brand new studio album from this, the latest incarnation of the ever shifting Japanese rock collective. Alps: Super limited vinyl version of the new album, Morricone twang meets krautrock groove meets new age shimmer.

Anduin: Souvenir's Young America frontman makes his own dark and dreamy harmonica flecked drone disc. Arckanum: Brand new record of furious black metal from this Swedish legend, amazing production and new found groove Mulatu Astatke: Stellar reissue for Ethiopian groove fans!! Blue Sabbath Black Cheer: Super limited two song 12" of nihilistic, doom drenched, black ambient anti-music.

Circle X: Amazing disc of fractured drum heavy, early eighties post punk, new no wave weirdness. The Comas: Fuzz drenched kick ass pop, like Flaming Lips crossed with Elephant 6, but crunchier and heavier. Conifer: New disc of gorgeous metallic post rock, from one of our favorites, featuring a guest vocal cameo by Oxbow's Eugene Robinson.

Edmond De Dyster: Second lp collecting the long lost unheard analog synthesizer recordings from this mysterious musical recluse. Deathspell Omega x 2: Long overdue reissues from these black metal legends, one disc of splits and comp tracks, one disc of totally unreleased material! Flying Lotus: Debut release of cosmic electronic hip hop from this bigtime aQ fave.

Giant Sand: The return of one of our favorite bands ever Calexico were once the GS rhythm sectiondark and languorous desert twang. Godflesh: One of THE greatest extreme metal records ever, reissued on vinyl. Growing: Latest from this duo, another fantastic collection of looped repetitive trance inducing space rock, but minus the rock! Higuma: Super limited solo cd-r from one half of Barn Owl, a gorgeous collection of soft sweet vocals and smokey shimmery drones.

Amazing packaging! Jabaldav: Single disc version of the now out of print double cd-r boxset, total Weakling worship! Twisted Black Flag-ed black metal. Jacaszek: One of our new favorite drifting of to sleep records, somber, shimmery, minimal and lovely.

Vikki Jackman: Gorgeous gauzy abstract piano music, released on Andrew Chalk's label and of course incredibly limited. Jesu: Finally on cd, the tracks from a recent vinyl only split, with two bonus remixes. More gorgeous washed out metallic bliss. Khold: The black metal Nirvana? These blackenedmastersof buzz and groove return with a record that almost sounds way more punk than metal.

Lascoviec: CD reissue of two long out of print demos from this SF black metal horde, fuzzy, and buzzy, and washed out weird! Lucky Dragons: Head spinning disc of repetitive, looped, fractured beat flecked weirdness.

Groovy, hypnotic, trippy, definitely hard to describe Dark and drone-y. John Maus: This bizarre and Yeah / Hell outsider pop gem, finally available on vinyl. Nathaniel Mayer: Kick ass disc of modern greasy, stoned retro garage rock, fronted by a genuine old school soul singer.

Super limited, gorgeous packaging. Guitar and dulcimer and lots and lots of FX! As weird and wonderful as you might imagine. Milton Nascimento: One of the best psychedelic pop records ever from this legend. Noism: Absolutely insane hyperspeed programmed beat, grinding metal mash-up, a million beats per minute, guitars chopped into fragments.

The North Sea: Two long tracks of thick corrosive drones from Digitalis head honcho. Linda Perhacs: This legendary folk masterpiece, reissued again with extra tracks!

Peste Noire: Debut from these French black metal weirdos, heavy and pretty and seriously twisted. Features members of Alcest and Amesoeurs. Pocahaunted: Drones and dubbed outbeats and wordless vocal shimmer from this dynamic female soft-noise duo.

Rodriguez: Now on limited ed. Sombres Forets: Disc number two from these Canadaian depressive black metal masters. Mournful, sorrowful, miserable, suicidal blackened beauty. Starving Weirdos: Super limited tape from these Humboldt noisemakers, some serious skronky jazz mixed in with the usual drone drenched ambience.

Striborg: Newest and possibly weirdest release from long time aQ faves, rain forest black metal eccentric Sin-Nanna and his Striborg. Thou: First album from these super heavy slow motion heaviness from these doomlords, blown out and brutal, feedback drenched tarpit sludge! Porter Wagoner: A kick ass reissue featuring two classics from this country legend. Young Widows: Bass heavy, sweaty, filthy, bloody, groovy noise rock, like old Nirvana mixed with Jesus Lizard. Or something equally kick ass.

Plus a whole lot more, including an amazing and ridiculously comprehensive death metal book, the new issue of The Wire, the new Metallica which we've rocked out to more than we'd like to admitnew David Grubbs, a John Darnielle novel about Black Sabbath's Master Of Reality, another fantastic Dr. Boogie collection, a new, poppy Negativland, a Ryoji Ikeda reissue, as well as the first review on the aQ list from Andee's Mom, hopefully not the last, and more more more Plus as we mentioned before, we have some blog action happening.

One of them is up and running. Hopefully it will be a good place to check between lists for new arrivals, super limited stuff that wouldn't normally make it to the list, as well as other cool aQ stuff.

And if we can get it together, we might even get a second blog up and running, one that's less business, and more fun and weird, with random stuff, show reviews, ramblings, or whatever, then again, who knows, maybe we'll just cram the two together. But for now check the link above every few days, and you're bound to discover plenty of new and exciting music and stuff Okay, that should be it.

Okay, we gotta run, thanks as always, and as always, we hope you dig all these amazing new sounds Plus it makes ordering almost effortless 'cause a single mouse click will pop an item directly into your shopping cart! No more trying to remember everything that you wanted to order after having read a hundred or so reviews!

Please consider supporting us by giving monthly PayPal donations and help keep PA fast-loading and ad-free forever. New Posts. Members Profile. An abbreviated version of their email update. Hope everybody had a fabulous Thanksgiving We were Thankful that it's this Friday that's list day, and not last Friday when we were stuffed with turkey and whatnot.

Also thankful for all the great music we deal in, and the great customers we deal with, both of which make being part of Aquarius so worthwhile. We should also mention what a blast our two recent instores were.

Those of you who made it down got to experience it first hand. The Yahowha book signing was a blast. It was like a family reunion literally with many of the Yahowha family members seeing each other for the first time in decades. Lots of long beards, white robes and good vibes.

Christine even prepared some delicacies from the menu of the original Source family restaurant. And that same day Six Organs Of Admittance performed live and it was fantastic. Dark and gorgeous, folky and dreamy. Two Records Of The Week this time. From France, the eagerly anticipated debut full-length by Aluk Todolo, an amazing slab of post- rock psychedelic black metal tinged krauty weirdness.

The other, a compellingly bittersweet, sad and gorgeous soundtrack from Sweden, Erik Enocksson's score for a film called Farval Falkenberg. Art Fleury: reissue of radical avant-prog from Italy, sorta Village of Savooga-ish. Astro Can Caravan: Finland's answer to Ethiopiques. Balroynigress: wonderful art-folk from Sweden, on the same label as Erik Enocksson. Blut Aus Nord: French black metal bizarros return. Comet III: kosmiche space trip from Sicilian duo, heavy on the synths. Loren Connors: dreamy guitar airs circa ''02 from this unique player.

Deathspell Omega: vinyl versions of two black metal faves. Decimation Blvd. Expo 70 x 2: two more cd-rs from the "audio archives" of this krauty spacedrone favorite. Fleshpress: more far out dooooooom from Finland. Genesis: Pretty pretty South American psych folk reissue. Gultskra Artikler: Russian fairytale soundscapers new album for Miasmah.

Roy Harper: new deluxe remastered edition of his classic Stormcock! Daniel Higgs: Appalachian shamanic raga bliss from this ex-Lungfsh frontman. Horna: Bathory worship from this Finnish true black metal horde. Les Rallizes Denudes: Rare cd release compiling crucial seventies tracks from this seminal Japanese rock combo. Morning Recordings: Hushed dreamy intimate pop that has us all swooning.

Planet-Y: An eighties guitar synth and a seventies synthesizer. Spaced out weirdness. Features Yannni from Stinking Lizaveta. Pluramon: Soft and shimmery shoegazey electronic pop dreaminess. Donovan Quinn: Skygreen Leopards bard on his own channeling his inner Dylan through a haze of freaked out forest folk.

Servile Sect: Buzzing blissed out alien black metal. Electronic shoegaze meets buzzing grimness. Striborg: Reissue of this Tasmanian misanthropic rain forest black metal classic. With three bonus tracks and all new artwork. Tron: not available for mailorder Turbonegro x 2: reissues of two of our faves from the notorious Norwegian rock n' rollers. Boxset with a gorgeous book and tons of photos and liner notes.

Veee Deee: Americans in Japan making a big ol' freaked out post punk psych rock noise. Weedeater: Stoner sludge divinity from these drug rock legends. They even do a Skynryd cover! In addition to the highlighted titles, we also have a whole chunk of other Turbonegro reissues to get after you get the highlighted onesmore black metal, more everything, just keep reading!

And don't forget to scope the "instock, not reviewed" section way at the bottom, there might be some stuff you'd want to "Add to cart" without waiting for our reviews, like the new Ethiopiques Volume 22 and the new Eccentric Soul Outskirts Of Deep City. More info at the end of the list Listing alternates wouldn't hurt And maybe be willing to have partial orders shipped, as some of the stuff we have listed on our Yeah (Remixes) (Cassette) is tough to get, maybe even more so during the holidays.

But we'll do the best we can. Thanks for being so understanding. Now let's get to the music Hanging Sounds PA Index of prog music vendors. One more New Arrivals list under our belts. Lots of great stuff this time of course, we'll get to all that in a minute. It's been crazy busy here lately a good thing what with the holiday season being in full swing and all, so first off -- Happy Holidays!!

Merry Christmas!! Mailorder customers hoping to get stuff by Christmas, there's some important FYI's for you below, please read that section. Record Of The Week this week is one to start any krautrock lover drooling, a previously unissued live set from Neu!

Sooooo goood, gorgeously tranceworthy stuff, a precious addition to this band's classic but brief two album discography. And even if you've never heard Harmonia before, please do yourself a favor and go ahead and dive in here!

Ai Aso: fresh from her 7" split with Boris' Wata, a soothing solo cd from this Japanese singer. Audiopain: a lethal dose of modern blackened thrash from these Norwegian neck-wreckers. Bongzilla: 2-on-1 reissue of these sludge stoner faves first album and ep. Sylvain Chauveau: delicate soft fragile frozen soundtrack sounds. Circle: limited new 2-song 7" from our favorite Finnish hypno rockers. Dave Clarke: this DJ hearts techno and so do we when he's spining these killers.

Philip Cohran x 2: two reissues, one vinyl, one cd, of two albums from this '70s Sun Ra-ish jazzer. Richard Crandell: new Tzadik disc from the minimalist mbira master. Divanity: cd-r of Israeli dooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo ooooooooooom. Alastair Galbraith: the NZ bard is back with a disc of magical noise, folk, and pop experiments. Goat Witch: live cd of psychedelic mathrock ambient spaciness from down under. Harumi: East-meets-West on this sixties psych-pop reissue.

Tim Hecker: 10" of gorgeously gauzy sonic soundscapes from this AQ fave. Jeremy Jay: we've got a crush on this new singer whose pop music sounds soooo Factory records '80s. Kobayashi: 7" picture disc of wigged out grindcore.

LSD-March: limited double cd of psychedelic experimentation from these Japanese heavies. Marblebog: Ambient black metal buzz from these Hungarian foresthearted faves. Meads Of Asphodel: 7" of punk covers from this bizarre black metal troupe. Zion members. Murmer: limited, lovingly packaged new disc of drones from this Jonathan Coleclough collaborator.

Njiqahdda: double cd-r of insane unblack metal on EEE. Of: Jewelled Antler-er Loren Chasse's latest solo set of dreamlike drones. Yui Onodera: pump organ and field recordings meld on this dark and lovely drone disc. Korla Pandit: twofer reissue of B-3 exotica from the late great Korla Pandit.

Rastan: the other video game in the new "AQ arcade" gets its due. Michael Rother x 2: two of the Harmonia guitarists sublime solo efforts at last reissued. The Skull Defekts: a limited 3" cd-r on Kning from these Swedish repetitive noise rock artists.

The Sound Projector: 16th issue of this UK must-read music review fanzine. Striborg: reissue of two early, amazing demos by the "Jandek of black metal". Taj Mahal Travellers: back in print, the 2cd August set from these seminal '70s psych improvisors. White Hills: 2nd actual cd album from these East Coast heavy space psych rockers. Wildildlife: Crucial Blast debut from these noise-rockin' SF weirdos, heavy and even kinda poppy!

Wolfskull: evil cd-r of NZ droney murk. And we've got new tapes! SS Hell Camp: cassette release of super obscure, super cool exploito Nazi prison torture film soundtrack. But those highlights aren't the only things on this list we'd recommend. For instance, we've got a few copies back in stock of the first album from Circle stoner side project Pharaoh Overlord Patagonian wind recordings by Francisco Lopez And you'll notice one of our highlights is the new album Six, from Wilildlife, featuring our very own Matt.

It's December 19th, at the Elbo Room. Be on the look out! They'll be live at one of your favorite Austin venues. For more about Afrofreque and their debut album, visit www. DJ Mike Swing You've wondered to yourself, who is this guy? Why does he recommend good dental hygiene? Now you know AHHS: Can you give your fans a quick bio of yourself? From there he continued to learn more about the upcoming and hip culture that stemmed from New York City called Hip Hop.

In the mid to late eighties, Mike Swing began purchasing and collecting cassette tapes and vinyl records of music he found to be influential and uplifting. In middle school he was always known as the guy who had the latest music.

That was the spark that set him on his journey that still goes on today. He found a way to purchase two turntables and the necessary equipment to begin 'spinning'. During his career at radio, Mike Swing found time to build contacts within the music industry by going to conventions and starting his promotion venture and record pool called Moodswing Urban Entertainment Group.

From this point, he started a promotion team that had clients such as Calvin Klein, Spin Records, Books. The record pool has supplied the top DJ's in Austin with music on vinyl records since Inan article and interview was placed in Feedback Magazine.

Both ventures continue successfully to this day. InMike Swing decided to get back into DJing for the people again and started playing out for the masses again. Always looking to be innovative and different, Mike Swing will take DJing and Turntablism to the masses by incorporating it into his live club sets and party functions. His love for the music will never stop and neither will his drive. With countless ideas and projects in the works, it will only be time before he's back on radio again and playing at a venue near you.

Always be on the lookout for Mike Swing being heard through a speaker near you. I thought it would be easy and cool to give it a try. AHHS: Which artists inspire you the most and why? I know from experience how hard it is to scratch and play an instrument so I can relate to the hard work to get certain scratches and tricks to sound right. AHHS: What are you spinnin' these days?

Mike Swing: Right now I'm spinning a lot of party stuff on the weekends for the mainstream party crowd. It's fun and full of energy. I wish I could play way more hip hop from the early 90's. AHHS: From past experience, which song gets the party hype?

Mike Swing: I can't say that one song will always get the party moving because it changes all the time. Michael Jackson almost always has people sing along. AHHS: What gives you inspiration and how does that transpire into your music? Mike Swing: I get inspiration from hearing mix tapes and mix cd's. The good DJ's always tell a story with how they program the music and I like to do that in my DJ sets.

My Saturday nights at Six Lounge are always like that. I've been there for over two years and I still get nervous every time before I play. I feel like I'm performing because the crowd is so big and they wait to hear 'my story' and how I put the music together for the night. I try to make the music come together either by artist, a story, by producers, or even by songs that have the same theme or title.

I guess my inspiration is kind of like me imitating other dj's at times but with my own twist. AHHS: How do you see the scene locally, and where do you see it going? Mike Swing: The music scene in Austin is constantly growing and changing for the better. I see a lot more types of music penetrating the scene lately but I do wish that more House and Jazz music had a presence here. I think people are finally being able to tell the difference from good dj's and not so good dj's.

That goes with bands too. Even bartenders!! AHHS: What is your favorite venue to perform at, and why? Mike Swing: Six Lounge is my favorite venue to perform in.

See above!! AHHS: Can you give us 3 of your most favorite local artists? I can't say I like one more than another. I'm not a big fan of going to shows.

It's weird but I go to support them but I'd rather listen to them with headphones on. I don't like big crowds of sweaty drunk people. AHHS: What is the best piece of advice that someone in the industry has given you?

Mike Swing: The industry is not a nice environment but a friend of mine that's a record label told me back in 90's to always be humble. If you don't, it can come back to haunt you. AHHS: And a more light-hearted question: Have you seen a correlation between your level of success and quality of hoes? Mike Swing: I wish I could say that the quality of hoes has gone up with success. I've been with my girlfriend on and off since I started getting 'big' so I could really do the groupie thing.

Sometimes I wish I could have but I'm happy where I am. Right now, all the chicks are floating in my mind but when I really thing about it, they just wanted to 'chill with the dj' or have me get them in the club. Anywho, the quality and quantity still goes up but I stay in the same place.


Jan Serce (Finał) - Seweryn Krajewski - Przemija Uroda W Nas (CD), Mazurka In C Major, Op. 67, No. 3 - Robert Irving (2) conducting The Philharmonia Orchestra*, Schuma, Trés Lentement - Christoph Willibald Gluck, Shirley Verrett, Anna Moffo, Judith Raskin, Virtuosi Di, Be Anything (But Be Mine) - Betty Everett - Love Rhymes (Vinyl, LP, Album), How High - Prodigy* - The Dirtchamber Sessions Volume One (Cassette), Gigi Medley - Stanley Black - France (Vinyl, LP), Accepting The Differences (Akbal Dubroots & Funk Shuei House) - Various - Deeper Beach House (Fi, Ti Samo Ti - Vlaho Paljetak - Vlaho Paljetak (Vinyl, LP), Highest Upgrade ft. General Levy - Tambour Battant - Dance All Night (Vinyle) (Vinyl, LP, Album), Sicko - Bush League - Bush League (CDr), Highway Man - Buck Owens Buckaroos - The Best Of The Buckaroos (CD), Belle Watling - Max Steiner - Gone With The Wind (Soundtrack) (CD), Soft Ground - Proles - Morton Crescent (Vinyl, LP)