solipsistic NATION No. 96: Black Science
This week on solipsistic NATION I’ve got a great show for you!
Last year I interviewed JP of Rabbit Junk for a documentary on digital hardcore that I’m working on. He’s since released his latest album, Life Is Where You Get Fucked, and was kind enough to send me a copy of his CD. On his new album JP has combined metal, punk, hip hop and electronica. It’s an exciting venture and I wanted to have JP on today’s show to talk about his CD.
I’ve also been kicking around the idea of doing a regular feature on artists and bands who played a major role in the early days of electronic music. While this notion has been bouncing around my skull I came across Hula‘s web site. Hula was an electronic based band I was into during the 80s and so I contacted Nort to have him on the show to talk about the band.
A few weeks ago I was perusing XLR8R and read their review of Lulu Rouge‘s Bless You album. I was intrigued and went to Lulu Rouge’s MySpace page. After hearing their song, “Melankoli,” I instantly fell in love with their music. As you might have guessed, I invited them to come on today’s show.
Our last guest is Cheb I Sabbah. I had Cheb on solipsistic NATION for a retrospective mix of his musical career so far. Cheb released his latest album, Devotion back in January. I’ve been meaning to have Cheb back on solipsistic NATION for quite a while and this week’s show seemed like it would be a perfect fit.
So there you have it: a great show with great guest and great music. Enjoy!
Photo Credit: JohnKit
- Rabbit Junk “Black”
- Interview with JP of Rabbit Junk
- Rabbit Junk “Ghetto Blasphemer”
- Hula “Poison”
- Hula “Big Car”
- Interview with Nort of Hula
- Hula “Invisible”
- Lulu Rouge “Bless You”
- Lulu Rouge “Slow Pigeon”
- Interview with DJ T.O.M & DJ Buda of Lulu Rouge
- Lulu Rouge “Melankoli”
- Cheb I Sabbah “Qalanderi” [FREE DOWNLOAD]
- Cheb I Sabbah “Devotion”
- Interview with Cheb I Sabbah
- Cheb I Sabbah “Haun Vaari Haun Varaney”
1:11:03 | 65.16 MB
Black Science: Unedited Interviews
I had a great time talking to everyone who participated in the show but there was simply no way to fit it all in one podcast so I decided to make all the interviews available as a supplemental podcast. Think of it as bonus material you would find on a DVD.
39:02 | 35.80 MB