IP: “Four Walls and an Amplifier” – Brock Berrigan

“Four Walls and an Amplifier” – Brock Berrigan

I ran across Brock Berrigan’s soundcloud page by pure chance, but I immediately liked everything I heard. No seriously, everything. I’m not sure I can explain how difficult it was to pick a single song to post, well actually I can: it was very difficult. If yr looking for smooth hip hop beats & tremendously soulful sampling then stop looking & start listening. Today’s song is the title track from Brock’s album “Four Walls and an Amplifier“.

Also, he wears a rooster mask. NBD.

#infiniteplaylist day 789

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“Plan for Tokyo” – Kenzo Tange

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“Plan for Tokyo” – Kenzo Tange

Via Utopia Forgot.

Over the next three weeks Clint & I will be travelling around Asia, meaning the Sharx Staff will be reduced by two-thirds, thus rendering us pretty much unable to post everyday. So, when you start seeing posts with very little write-up & our post-rate dropping, don’t worry. Sharx isn’t going away, we just really needed to travel.

#surrealfragments

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IP: “Who Knows” – BEGINNERS

“Who Knows” – BEGINNERS

This song is stupid catchy. It’s pop music, what else do you need to know? Who knows…

#infiniteplaylist day 788

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IP: “King Kong Beaver” – Hudson Mohawke

“King Kong Beaver” – Hudson Mohawke

“King Kong Beaver” is one of the latest tracks to be released by Hudson Mohawke off his brand new Chimes EP. All his songs off this EP are very much worth listening to.

#infiniteplaylist day 787

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IA: “and all their dreams came true” – Billy Childish

we were the last kids to still have
brillcreamed hair
wear shorts to skool
and be beaten with sticks
and
our parents dreamed of a
new world
of more

more
cars
tvs
sweet wrappers
shopping centers
airports
cut-price meals
cheep booze
and limitless
dislocation

and whats worse
is
all their dreams came true

“and all their dreams came true” – Billy Childish

#infiniteanthology day 272

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IP: “Don’t Change” – INXS

“Don’t Change” – INXS

Sure, this song came out in 1982, but based on the way tons of bands sound today (many of which I listen to & love) this song could very well have been released this year… & I would have blogged about it.

Also, how killer is this music video?

#throwbackthursday on the #infiniteplaylist day 786

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IP: “Free Stuff” – Grape St.

“Free Stuff” – Grape St.

I’m reminded of a song where this English dude says something about money being unable to buy him love.

Via Burger Records.

#infiniteplaylist day 785

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“Door to Hell”

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“Door to Hell”

Photographs by Tormod Sandtorv, Rukhsana Batool, & Jan Chipchase respectively.

#surrealfragments

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IP: “Pretty Girls In Pretty Tights” – A. Sinclair

“Pretty Girls In Pretty Tights” – A. Sinclair

Clint had the opportunity to meet these rad dudes a little while back. The lo-fi recording of “Pretty Girls In Pretty Tights” is the best of example of why Do512 is calling them a local band you should be listening to. Yeah sure, this track’s lyrics tell the story of a creeper, but whatever.

Tropical Bass.

#infiniteplaylist day 784

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