Filed under: Music Scene — Queenkv November 21, 2009 @ 12:11 pm
My new guilty pleasure: watching the Guild. This webisode by Felicia Day is highly entertaining. It also has an awesome selection of music. I bought The Main Drag’s “Yours as Fast as Mine”, after listening to “Love During Wartime” at the end of a Guild episode. It’s a beautiful, glitchy pop song.
And I was tickled by the Guild’s music video.
This is the videogame edition of Queenkv’s Aural Fixations. This podcast will take you through the glitchy goodness of videogame soundtracks, level by level. This show features music from Super Mario Brothers, We Love Katamari and more.
Those Alanis songs brought me back to my Senior year in high school. I remember sitting outside of the Drama classroom for lunch. Some of my friends talked about nabbing tickets for her concert. Another friend was trying to stay in her relationship with one of the guys who had a pair of tickets. I think I signed my boyfriends yearbook with Alanis lyrics. Wow. That was a long time ago.
My next podcast from California and I remixed a new open/theme song for Queenkv’s Aural Fixations. The Wizard of Oz quote is a nod to my last 2 years in Kansas. Call and Response’s Rollerskate is a nod to my roots in college radio. It was one of the first songs on my playlists for KALX Berkeley. Good times.
Got any requests, observations or shoutouts? Leave a comment and I’ll get back to you. Promise!
Album: Elevators and Oscillators
Let Your Mind Be Your Bed
Artist: Felix Da Housecat
Album: Devin Dazzle And The Neon Fever
Album: fashion impression function EP
This is my first podcast in a while. We just moved back to California. It’s lovely to be in my home state and closer to my friends and family. This episode has some great tracks by Casiotone for the Painfully Alone. There’s also some love for Kansas: my home for the last two years.
Got any requests? Leave a comment and I’ll see what I can do!
A Normal Suburban Lifestyle Is A Near Impossibility Once You’ve Fallen In Love With An International Spy
Artist: Casiotone For The Painfully Alone
Album: Answering Machine Music