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All right, The Odd Couple by Gnarls Barkley is officially my favorite music discovery of the year now. I know it came out in 2008, and everyone else went nuts over "Crazy" way back in 2006, but whatever, I'm slow, and you guys don't recommend stuff to me, and my radio stations spend all their time playing emo crap by skinny white boys in corduroy pants.

Thank god for Amazon's DRM-free instant gratification.

This is a rare album where there isn't a single song I disliked. Obviously, I liked some more than others, but yeah. I'll jus

I'm kind of amused by how Cee-Lo looks like Cobra Bubbles on the cover there.

Anyway, if there's someone more behind, I would say you should check them out if you like, uh ... Gorillaz and Duffy and the Eels and Moby and British-Invasion-era pop. Which I do.

Now I'm going to go listen to "Surprise" about six more times, but there's no good version on Youtube, so you get no link.

V & V

Apr. 3rd, 2009 12:38 pm
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http://www.elbo.com/Calendar.php
Voltaire & Vernian Process (decent steampunk band)

dammit

Voltaire's doing a full band, so it'll probably be too loud (yes, I've heard of earplugs, but I dunno, is that any fun?)

also it's a fricking Tuesday night, so I don't even know; C. has to work the next day, and so do I ... and honestly? I hate going to clubs. I don't know what to do with myself. I feel totally out of place and weird. gah! Maybe if I went to more of them, you know, this would wear off. durrrr.

It's cheap, just $11 in advance or $13 at the door.

Someone tell Voltaire to list his tour dates on his actual webpage instead of only on Myspace. *eyeroll*

Huh.

Mar. 20th, 2009 05:24 pm
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I'm listing to a Japanese singer/songwriter singing Gaelic. Go figure.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wuyYn910fKU&feature=related (this is the only song from the "Irish album" that I could find, it's "the song of raindrops" or something and isn't the best of the ones on the album...and yeah, I think the band is all Japanese too, heehee.)

You can see some of her videos on Youtube... Her stuff runs the gamut from fairly forgettable ballads (albeit with an excellent voice that doesn't need processing the way most singers do) to more songwriterly stuff. The songs I've liked the most so far aren't on Youtube, though. :/ You can definitely hear her vocal quality here though:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ylHJkMYSC-E
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0NyvrpTv8hY

I see there's a video of her singing in Italian too, "Il Mare Dei Suoni," not to mention "Ave Maria."

She seems to do her own thing. :) It's good.

(Well, the reason for her vocal quality is more obvious in "Ave Maria", where you can tell that she has some training in opera.)
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need to go check out Alan, a Tibetan singer who's on the avex trax label in Japan. I think she's a pretty good singer (though I also really like that acoustic instrumental version of "Gunjou no Tani"). Cocco wrote a couple of her songs, and she did the songs for "Red Cliff." She sings in Japanese, Mandarin, and Tibetan.

She went to PLA-run state arts schools, so who knows the politics involved here, or how much involvement the government still has in her life. Apparently she's seriously Buddhist, though. I mean, unless that's just part of the exoticization going on here. Augh. Cannot divorce pop!brain from analytical!brain. Look, I have a headache, so I'm just going to enjoy the pretty singing, OK?

Lots more videos at Youtube, complete with the usual Youtube comments stupidity compounded by lots of racist/nationalist PRC/Japan/Tibet BS.
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The visualizer in the most recent version of iTunes is MUCH better than the old one (and a worthy alternative to the plugin I downloaded), but Genius fails on more of my songs than it will even run on. Sigh.

Music game

Dec. 1st, 2008 07:31 pm
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[livejournal.com profile] hoshizora came up with this great memoid/music game where you take a screenshot of your iTunes mixes and then people can request to see what's in them. The rules, which I have entirely failed to follow, are If you want to see the contents of a playlist, comment, and I shall reply with a screenshot -- but you must then reciprocate by SPREADING THE MEME. Alas, I have few mixes on this computer--only massive, 700+mb playlists that are either for RPGs or are supposed to serve as rough introductions to the state of pop music in, say, Japan or Taiwan or something. :p So I can't really participate in the game, even though I'd like to.

But I thought what he was doing was really cool, if cooler than I can aspire to, so I've made one so far and am working on a couple of others. Unfortunately, the one I finished is titled "I Like My Coffee Like I Like My Women (Androgynous: A Coffee Prince Mix)" and is a set designed to evoke characters and situations from the Korean comedy/drama/romance Coffee Prince. I'm going to post a shot of it anyway, though, just for the heck of it...

here it is )

Misc.

Nov. 30th, 2008 07:16 pm
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Yesterday we saw Bolt, what with my brother-in-law being a digital artist and all. It was entertaining and not nauseating, and very funny in parts. We also introduced him to Korean food. Korean food and my brother-in-law seem to get on quite well. So if he ever finds himself in Korea, he won't starve. We got him on the plane back to San Diego (and wandered through the Victorian Kitchen mini-exhibition at SFO on the way back to the car) on time and all. And he reports that his flight on Virgin America was one of the better flying experiences of his life, but it was Main Cabin Select, so YMMV.

I hope we'll get to see him when I'm not stressed from traveling, cleaning, cooking, holidays, being sick, cars breaking down, meetings from hell, sleep deprivation, etc. one of these days. I swear I'm not this cranky all of the time, but whenever we see him, at least 2-3 of those factors seem to be at work.


Let me just say that I am VERY happy that I can buy Unkle Ho's albums digitally on Amazon. I downloaded two tracks legally ("Eureka" and "Grace of the Guru") from his website, but I'm not paying $40 for an import CD from Australia. Anyway, if you like instrumentally oriented trip-hop-type stuff with Japanese and Bollywood and other international influences, check him out: Circus Maximus, Roads To Roma. (The previews may not do you much good, since these songs build layers slowly, but you can download three full songs for free from Unkle Ho's website.)


The furniture-hunting saga goes on. I can't find anything I like that's inexpensive. Target's stuff seems overpriced for the quality, honestly. IKEA's stuff is mostly ugly. Crate & Barrel's prices make me laugh hysterically, and then weep. World Market doesn't seem to produce anything functional. There doesn't seem to be any middle ground.


Hey, tomorrow is December 1st! ... Hey, my 31st birthday is a week from tomorrow! Holy tamales!


In other news, I'm developing a sore throat.

Uh-oh.
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We got this today, on sale at Borders: Nightmare Revisited (not quite as cheap as at Amazon, though.) I can't post iframe links so I can't show you the cover, and anyway, you almost have to see it in person--it has a cool use of matte and shiny black design elements on it and on the inside packaging. Anyway, it's a CD of covers of the Nightmare Before Christmas songs by a whole bunch of people, most of whom look funny being on a Disney music label. I guess it's been out for ages, but I was only dimly aware of it.

Beautiful, beautiful packaging, and Yoshida Brothers. I mean, not only does it have that excellent Marilyn Manson cover of "This is Halloween," but it has Yoshida Brothers!!! I had no idea. Going to go listen to it now. (And I wonder if I can google up the story of how that came about...)

Yay!

Oct. 26th, 2008 09:51 pm
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Clazziquai (good Korean electronica) full-album CDs are $12.99 at YesAsia.com. I need to think of what other imported music and movies we're interested in buying legitimately, and see if we can put together an order Christmas and stuff.

(I just can't spend $50 for an import CD or DVD...)

(Ah, at least one of the members of Clazziquai is Korean-Canadian--I was wondering about the natural-sounding English pronunciation and grammar. The current mini-album has less bossanova influence, which I miss, but it's still pretty good so far.)
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This song by Nakashima Mika is nothing special, but the video is really gorgeous:




Some of her videos have terrific costumes and pretty good direction. I would be happy if I could get a book full of big photos of her video costumes.

This video of Shiina Ringo's song Sakuran is also really well done, but as the years go by I find I like her voice less and less, even for someone who's supposed to sound unconventional (there goes any remaining Japanese music street cred I had left):



I assume this is related to the movie, "Sakuran," which she was music director for. It's about an oiran (not a geisha, mind) and stars Tsuchiya Anna. I keep meaning to watch it.

Music love

May. 12th, 2008 12:17 pm
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I'm totally in love with the new Utada Hikaru album (with a couple of exceptions). I don't even think it's musically exceptional or anything; it just really echos with me right now somehow.
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I am in a pretty foul mood.

However, a cheering thing is the availability of many, many Japanese RPG MP3s at bluelaguna.net, and even moreso, the totally awesome track names. Some sound like they came from my anime title & tagline generator, and others are just made of pure awesome. Some were written in peculiar English originally, some were probably badly translated by some English-speaking fan, and some were translated just fine and actually sound just as weird in the original Japanese.

Creativity or Crack?
Relessed (Relaxed & Stressed)
Pyroxene of the Heart
Three-Man Talk With A Hidden Soul
Perpetual Unsteadiness
Comical Dungeon
Chat Hut
The DoReMi Elves
Awesome But Invisible One
Penal Colony of the Soul
On the Day the Shovel was Named Invincible








I'm Not Sure I Want To Know
Maybe I'll Even Buy a Sheep
Wriggling Premonition
Not Even a Dog Would Eat This
Roar of the Iron Clump
The Edging Away
The Posture You Do Not Despise
A Huge Eliminator
Seize the Artifact for Tallness
A Muzzle Dancing in Hatred
Happy Mushrooming
People Inside a Fence
Fun with idol!
It can waver and fight
Passing Through the Sewer, You'll Find...
BIKINI LINE

That's Actually Fairly Poetic
Song For Counting the Memories
Miraculous Little Universe
The Garden Of Violent Clouds
Questionable Century
Dream of the Shore Bordering Another World (this is one of my favorite pieces of music ever)
The City is Quietly Exhausted
The Mediocrity Sought Out By Everyone
A Flicker Which Divides Light and Darkness
Only Because It's Important, Does It Easily Break
The Flower Blooms In The Heart As Much As It Can







This Sounds Like Work
Small Workshop
Welcome To The Workshop!
Your Status
Boot Camp
Study Time
Business Prosperity
Tominaga Chiropractic
Boring Days
The Sales Start At Three O'Clock
Popo's Pleasant Money Lecture
Terrible Technology
Biotechnology Public Corporation
Working Today, Too
A Research Scholar
Why Am I Here






Just Plain Awesome
A Pumpkin Humming
Dumb Request at an Embarassing Time
No No I don't die Noooo!
Flying Warship Death Ark
The Lazy Detective Agency
What the Hell Happened
Making Mochi With the Archery God
NONONO
The Big Admirable Mysterious Sleight-of-hand Group
Will the Airplane Fall and Crash On the Ground











Bonus: Exclamation Points Make Things! More! Awesome!!
Go By Ship!
Burn! Bobonga!
Get the Fish!
I Caught a Big One!
Fish on!!
JOLLYLIFE!
Oh, Sparkling Sea! Oh, Sky! Once Again
The Average Cat Is Amazing!
Attack With Conviction!!
Fish Race!!
Yes! That's Far Enough!
Good Meal!!
I am the No. 1!
Give Me a Break You Guys!
Launch!! Space Time Train Ixion
Hey! Was That Just Real!
It's a show time!!
Yes! We Broke Through One More Barrier!
Rage! Rage! Rage!
A Hot Crash!!
BILLBOARD ATTACK!
Mecha-Robo Corps Charge!
The Land Shark is Coming!


Okay, so the important question is which of these is most awesome? Eh?

Other sections I could have made but didn't include Cultural Misappropriation and/or Blasphemy (A Time to Raise the Cross, Marduk, etc.), I Don't Think Tolkien's Estate Licensed That (Traces of the Sindar Civilization, etc.) and Oh Is It THAT Kind of Game Then? (Iris & Her Pleasant Company, Exploration at the Beach, Are They Really Twins, etc.).

If you haven't played many Japanese RPGs, you might be surprised by the number of track titles listed that are about shopping, fishing, airships, eating, gambling, labs/research facilities/libraries/observatories, sky fortresses and abandoned factories...but these are largely good things, I think. :p (See, this is why I love playing Japanese RPGs.)

Please note that if you search for any of these titles on Blue Laguna, you need to click on the game/album name and then scroll down to the song, rather than clicking on the apparent direct download from the search results. Also, they have streaming preview, so that's nice.
wintersweet: Main character from Yokohama Shopping Project: Just being alive means you've made a clear profit. ☆ 人生、生きちょるだけで丸儲け. (ergoproxy-me-notgoth)
メルヘン系 --> meruhen kei -> Märchen-kei -> fairy-tale style.

Apparently that's what Kokushoku Sumire (SRA Kokusyoku Sumire) plays. Well, I don't know that it's an actual sub-genre, but I've seen it used to describe them (probably ネオビックトリアン--Neo-Victorian--too, but that's not nearly as interesting). They're somewhere in the neighborhood of dark cabaret, I'd say, minus a bit of the vaudeville ba-da-dum-bump and plus some actual 1900s folk songs, with bonus opera.

Definitely not to everyone's taste. But definitely going on the Asian steampunk mix if I do get enough songs to make one.

I've had these two peculiar songs of theirs sitting on my HD for ages and never thought to try looking them up.

Back to work now...
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1. What are your favorite encouragement songs?

(Mine would be Republica's "Ready to Go," Chumbawumba's "Tubthumping," and Tom Petty's "Running Down a Dream," though when I'm actually about to do something new and big, I always get "I Wanna Be Sedated" stuck in my head. I'm pretty sure [livejournal.com profile] hillarygayle is going to mention Superchick, which is going into this mix too...)

2. What are your favorite friendship songs?

(Mine is Bonnie Pink's "Friends, Aren't We," I guess, because there aren't many friendship-without-benefits songs!)



Yeah, I'm finishing up a CD for [livejournal.com profile] applechailatte, who's going to be flying "Nonstop to Tokyo" tomorrow. But seriously, I want to know what you like.
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[livejournal.com profile] hoshizora pointed out this post about a Japanese Rolling Stone list of the 100 best Japanese rock albums. It was kind of timely because I was just talking with a couple of Japanese friends about rock music, and their definition was really, really different than mine. The list is actually closer to my definition than theirs, so I have no idea if they represent the ordinary Japanese conception of genres and the list is a specialists' conception which is closer to an American framework, or that's just their own personal definition and the list is mainstream Japanese, or what.

Anyway, there's a lot of older stuff on the list that I've never heard and would like to. Actually, I've heard very few groups that are on the list--the ones that I am pretty sure of are just X, the Boredoms, Yano Akiko, Southern All Stars, Dir en Grey, Shonen Knife, Kahimi Karie, Guitar Wolf, Buffalo Daughter, Tei Towa, Ken Ishii (OH HEY I OWN THIS ALBUM LIKE ON A DISC AND EVERYTHING!), Pizzicato Five (I thought they'd been neglected in Japan!), Puffy (seen them live, randomly enough), Tokyo Ska Paradise Orchestra, Mr. Children, Supercar, Thee Michelle Gun Elephant, Shiina Ringo, Rip Slyme, Number Girl, Spitz, V.A., Quruli, and Utada Hikaru (buh?). And I must have heard Char at some point, but I don't recall. I can't say that I like all of the above by any means, but I do like several of them. Quruli is probably my favorite of this lot.

Spitz and Mr. Children were among the groups that we discussed, actually--I think Spitz is rock; they don't. I find Mr. Children so bland that I usually forget what the hell they sound like as soon as I finish hearing it. (Like a lot of British and American bands these days...)

In other news, I got [livejournal.com profile] assaultdoor a second dress shirt for his second interview. Macy's doesn't carry his neck size (said the barrel-chested suit-area salesman regretfully) but Sears does. I need to remember this! I went into Sears totally at random. (Our Macy's sucks--they carry no party or formal dresses in plus sizes, no socks for over a size 12 men's shoe, and no big & tall dress shirts!) I really wanted to get this heathered plum color that they had, but it wasn't big enough, so I went with a kind of garnet color--he already did blue for the first interview. Now I need to find a tie. Everything was on sale! Most excellent. Also, GameStop had Dragon Quest VIII for $14.99, so we may grab it when we go look for ties tomorrow.

And now I'm going to go listen to "Sake in the Jar" by Yano Akiko and the Chieftains.
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Marilyn Manson's version of "This is Halloween!"
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One of the sites that made me gripe about animated favicons was Musicovery, and actually, it's kind of a neat site--and their animated icon STOPS after a round or two, and only reanimates when a new song starts. So that's quasi-functional. Musicovery is like Pandora.com or whatever, a music-suggesting-and-streaming site. It lets you set mood and tempo and genre, and displays the songs in a kind of mind-map thing. I discovered the Gotan Project there via their song "Vuelvo el Sur." Good stuff.


Attention, people shopping for houses: I know several of you on my f'list, particularly a couple of my favorite women from/in Arkansas, are home-shopping. Via a comment in [livejournal.com profile] woquinoncoin's LJ, I spotted [livejournal.com profile] my_first_home, and I thought I'd point you there in case it's something you'd like to join. :)


After trading comments with [livejournal.com profile] chamisa about sandals, I just bought these shoes for $42.25 at Shoebuy.com: -$10 fall sale, -5% sale, -$10% member discount for making a purchase within 60 days of making a previous purchase, even though I returned that one. They're $63.95 at Zappos. I hope they actually work for me... ($10 coupon thingie for new customers; full disclosure:'tis a referral thing that can eventually get me a discount.) I'd say that Shoebuy doesn't ship quite as fast Zappos, but they also have some brands that Zappos doesn't.

Why are European shoes wider than American ones anyway? It's so hard to find wide shoes here. (Hmm, I wonder if that goes for men's shoes too--[livejournal.com profile] assaultdoor often buys shoes that are really too long for him, in order to get ones that are wide enough.)


Dear other people who talk for a living,

How do you keep your throat from getting sore?

And if your tonsils turn red, does that mean you're sick, or can that be cause by talking too much too?

It's a lot easier to have a less-teacher-talk, more-student-talk class when you have more than one student. Sigh.

Love,

[livejournal.com profile] wintersweet's strained vocal cords


1000-handed Kannon/Guanyin, a hypnotic dance performance shown during a charity fundraiser TV show in Japan.


I just got nominated for a promotion of sorts within the state level of my professional association. It is amazing how desperate even large, active professional and academic associations are for active members and "young blood" who haven't already held all the positions several times over. If you are looking for a job (or a better job), or you want to add to a short CV/resume, not to mention if you want to meet other people who take your field seriously, you really owe it to yourself to join the national, state, and local associations for your field. If the association has caucus, sections, subcommittees, interest groups, etc., sign up for the maximum amount that you can (or that's free) and go to their meetings. They are often starving for participants who'll do something, and that "something" can be as little as a few minutes a week maintaining a listserv, a few minutes a month sending an announcement out, etc. That can get you a title to put on your resume/CV, tons of new contacts, and sometimes even really nice perqs. (For example, paid airfare to conferences!) And in a lot of groups, the past holders of the positions are freely available to you for help and advice.

I showed up to the annual Intercultural Interest Group of my state association two years ago, on the last day of our conference. They asked for volunteers to be secretary, which entails a minimum of about 3 hours of work PER YEAR. So I wound up doing that. Then, earlier this year, the assistant coordinator (coordinator-elect) wasn't able to take on the coordinator position when it started, and the then-coordinator didn't want to keep on in the role due to health issues, so I kinda got nominated since I was secretary, and wound up taking over. Now I've been nominated to be assistant all-interest-group facilitator.

So, yeah. Show up, get an official position. It's almost that easy.

Do me a favor and go find out about your professional organizations, and join me in my rise to power ... giving back to the community.

Music

Jun. 8th, 2007 10:33 pm
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I never did get last.fm to work in any useful way, but Pandora.com was useful during my class when there were quiet parts where students were working. I gave it The Eels, Garbage, TMBG, and Daft Punk as seeds, and the resulting Quick Mix was usually OK--neither too slow nor too raucous. I only had to skip a couple of inappropriate songs. Now I'm adding other stuff to it (Gorillaz, Evanescence, and Massive Attack so far; I don't have my iTunes on this computer, so I can't look up other bands I like, and I have too much Thesis Brain to actually concentrate, grumble. Need to add something more fast-paced, though, so I don't go to sleep while writing). And I took out TMBG because it didn't generate anything else I actually wanted to listen to.)

Also, I may have to hand in my Generation Card, because I just want to slap the singer of Smashing Pumpkins every time I hear him sing. I can tolerate hardly any of their songs.

And I finally get to go see PotC 3, woo! We're having an early [livejournal.com profile] jenniferward's birthday/congratulations-to-her-and-[livejournal.com profile] siderealengine for one year of college celebration on Sunday. Yes, I totally do not have time for this, but it's important and may keep me from going mad, at any rate, so ...

EDIT: OMG, Pandora is playing Elastica's "Connection." I haven't heard this song since, like, freshman year. And I still have no idea what they're saying! XD

Halcali

Apr. 19th, 2007 07:26 pm
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Say what you will about the silly Japanese pop duo Halcali, but never accuse them of not having fun. It may just be really good acting, but you hardly ever see pop stars who seem to genuinely take joy in movement the way these two do. The song is "Togenkyo," which someone said means a kind of utopia or something--in which case their idea of heaven is noodle shops. XD Sign me up.



This isn't actually my favorite song of theirs; I just think it's cute and silly. :) Their more inventive videos are Tandem (complete with censored Mario) and Marching (complete with English and romaji subtitles ... and crack. Lots of crack.).

I can't help it. They make me XD XD XD
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Or "new Inti-Illimani," according to the Wikipedia info about their unamicable split. Anyway, they were amazing, and while I suppose they're not "cool" these days due being tarred with the New Age brush, they're really amazing musicians and I thoroughly enjoyed the performance. (And like a lot of people, I'm pretty much only familiar with them due to El Cóndor Pasa, so that's saying something.

EDIT:...ARGH! I wrote a much longer post and only half of it made it to LJ. WTF?

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