Thank You for Your Love
Thank You for Your Love is an EP by Antony and the Johnsons released on August 30, 2010 via Rough Trade Records and Secretly Canadian. It serves as the lead single of the band's 2010 album Swanlights. In an interview with Billboard Hegarty calls her cover-version of "Imagine" by John Lennon an "audacious choice, since it's sort of hallowed ground" and states that she recorded the Bob Dylan cover version at the same time as she recorded "Knockin' on Heaven's Door" for the I'm Not There soundtrack; the video for "Thank You for Your Love" consists of Super 8 footage Antony shot upon her arrival in New York City as a teenager in the early 1990s and is edited by David Boatman. Pitchfork call the E. P. "a coherent and unique entry in Antony's catalog", praising "Antony's singular voice and deep rearrangements". Slant Magazine were less impressed, calling the E. P a "slim, paltry offering", calling the Lennon cover "facile" although the review praises the " interesting, somber interpretation" of Bob Dylan's "Pressing On".
The review in AllMusic likes the Lennon cover better, stating that Hegarty's "falsetto moves the song from its trappings in the cultural imagination and liberates it as a respectful yet radical reinterpetation", summarizing that "as slight and utterly restrained as this set is, it offers an different aural presentation of Hegarty". Fact call the E. P. "minimal in every respect", calling "My Lord My Love" the standout track with its "beautiful expressions of religious experience" but is critical of the other tracks. Rolling Stone magazine called the Lennon cover "an unlikely, gorgeous reinvention" in a featured review of just that song. All songs written by Antony Hegarty. "Thank You for Your Love" - 4:14 "You Are the Treasure" - 2:09 "My Lord My Love" - 3:14 "Pressing On" - 4:27 "Imagine" - 4:39"Thank You for Your Love" - 4:14 Antony Hegarty - vocals, piano Kevin Barker - guitar Douglas Wieselman - guitar Jeff Langston - bass Greg Cohen - bass Parker kindred - drums Briggan Krause - horns Paul Shapiro - horns Steven Bernstein - horns Stefon Harris - vibraphone William Basinski - tape loops Julia kent - strings Maxim Moston - strings Rob Moose - strings
Current 93 are a British experimental music group, working since the early 1980s in folk-based musical forms. The band was founded in 1982 by David Tibet. Tibet has been the only constant member in the group, though Steven Stapleton has appeared on nearly every Current 93 release. Michael Cashmore has been a constant contributor since Thunder Perfect Mind. Douglas P. of Death in June has played on well over a dozen Current 93 releases, Steve Ignorant of Crass, Boyd Rice, runologist Freya Aswynn, Nick Cave, Björk, Andrew W. K. Anohni, Baby Dee, Will Oldham, Ben Chasny, Rose McDowall, Hank Williams III, among others. Current 93 have released over many singles as well. Much of Current 93's early work was similar to late 1970s and early 1980s industrial music: abrasive tape loops, droning synthesizer noises and Tibet's distorted, excoriating vocals. Tibet's lyrics have been consistent, regardless of delivery: The earlier recordings reflect his preoccupation with death, mysticism, Aleister Crowley, Tibetan Buddhism, runes, Noddy, The Wicker Man, a variety of occult notions.
The to present-day period of Current 93's recordings reflect Tibet's interest in Christian mysticism and apocalypse. Tibet has stated. Literary influences include Lautreamont's Les Chants de Maldoror, the Bible, The Poetic Eddas, Hildegard von Bingen, John Dee's Heptarchia Mystica, The Thunder, Perfect Mind, William Blake, Louis Wain, writer Thomas Ligotti, occult British author Arthur Machen, M. R. James's various ghost stories, The Cloud of Unknowing, Count Eric Stenbock, Russell Hoban's Riddley Walker. "Black Ships Ate The Sky" on Brainwaves 1986 Aleister Crowley – The Hastings Archives/The World As Power LP 1988 The Venerable'Chi.med Rig.'dzin Lama, Rinpoche – Tantric rNying.ma Chant of Tibet LP/CD 1990 Harry Oldfield – Crystal LP/CD 1990 Sveinbjorn Beinteinsson – Edda LP/CD 1992 Shirley Collins – Fountain of Snow CD 1995 Tiny Tim – Songs of an Impotent Troubadour CD 1997 The Aryan Aquarians – Meet Their Waterloo LP/CD Music sheets for piano and voice were released in 2017 by Terentyev Music Publishing Company, containing the album Soft Black Stars.
The digital version is the complete music transcription of the album. The printed version contains piano notation and the lyrics and provides a complete overview of which melodies and harmonies each song from Soft Black Stars should be improvised around, “to make your own stars” as David Tibet writes; the press-release says “It was, indeed, in this way that the Soft Black Stars were created during the recording sessions and in concerts.” 93 Thelema Coptic Cat homepage Official Coptic Cat homepage Official archive at Brainwashed, extensive discography, live information archive, related literary sources. Current 93 at Bandcamp Sheet music Nurse with Wound at Facebook Current 93 discography at Discogs David Tibet – C93 interview extensive interview with David Tibet from the Judas Kiss site, conducted in 2006 Current 93 discography at MusicBrainz
Live at St. Olave's
Live At Saint Olave's Church was released in 2003 on the branch label PanDurtro of David Tibet's of Current 93's label Durtro. Antony and the Johnsons - "You Stand Above Me" – 1:36 Antony and the Johnsons - "The Lake" – 4:48 Antony and the Johnsons - "Cripple and the Starfish" – 4:51 Current 93 - "Judas As Black Moth" – 1:49 Current 93 - "Sleep Has His House" – 2:54 Current 93 - "Walking Like Shadow" – 3:27 Tracks 1-3 Antony – piano, voice Maxim Moston – violinTracks 4-6 David Tibet – voice Maja Elliott – piano Michael Cashmore – guitar
Hope There's Someone
"Hope There's Someone" is a song by Antony and the Johnsons, released in 7 June 2005 through Rough Trade Records and Secretly Canadian. The song is the lead single from Antony and the Johnsons' second studio album I Am a Bird Now and considered one of their signature songs. In October 2011, NME placed the track at number 134 on its list "150 Best Tracks of the Past 15 Years". Pitchfork named it the 28th best song of the 2000s; the sleeve photo is an image from the video featuring Joey Gabriel. Swedish DJ and record producer Avicii made a remix of the song for his album True with vocals provided by Swedish singer and songwriter Linnea Henriksson, who covered the song in a performance for Idol 2010; the song has sold 50,568 copies in the UK as of March 2016
Primavera Sound is a music festival that takes place between the end of May and beginning of June in Barcelona and Porto, Portugal. The first edition took place in 2001 in Poble Espanyol and in 2005 it moved to the Parc del Fòrum, a much larger site on the seafront; the nature of the festival and the wide range of bands represented have made Primavera Sound a meeting point for artists and spectators from all generations. The festival has always succeeded in bringing together in its line up both the latest independent music tendencies and artists with a consolidated career, while presenting all styles and genres and being committed to quality pop and the most underground tendencies of electronic and dance music. Pixies, Arcade Fire, Queens of the Stone Age, The National, Nine Inch Nails, Kendrick Lamar, Neil Young, Sonic Youth, Pet Shop Boys, Echo & The Bunnymen, Lou Reed, My Bloody Valentine, El-P, Patti Smith, James Blake, Cat Power, Public Enemy, Franz Ferdinand, Devo, Enrique Morente, The White Stripes, LCD Soundsystem, Tindersticks, PJ Harvey, Dinosaur Jr.
New Order, Fuck Buttons, Melvins, Psychic TV, The Cure, Bon Iver, La Buena Vida, Death Cab For Cutie, Iggy & The Stooges, De La Soul, Marianne Faithfull, Mazzy Star, Blur, Wu-Tang Clan, Radiohead, Animal Collective, Sigur Rós, The Jesus and Mary Chain and Tame Impala amongst many others have performed on its stages. At every edition the event has grown both in terms of numbers and in terms of media exposure: press and television both nationally and internationally, its first edition in 2001 closed with an attendance of 8000 people, an audience that by the latest edition in 2015 had become 190,000. Although Primavera Sound had existed in a small format in Barcelona since the 1990s, the 2001 edition took place in the Poble Espanyol with more than one stage and attracted around 7,700 people; the bill included the likes of Armand Van Helden, Le Hammond Inferno, former main man of Pizzicato 5, Yasuharu Konishi, Faze Action, Los Planetas, Manta Ray, Sr. Chinarro, Samuel L. Session, Carl Craig, Dj Godfather.
The 2002 Primavera Sound edition took place on 18 May. The main change was the addition of a second day to the festival. Sixty local and international bands and DJs played on five different stages that year, including Pulp, Spiritualized, Echo & The Bunnymen, J Mascis, Aphex Twin, Luke Slater, Giant Sand, The Delgados, Dave Clarke, Ian Pooley, Andrew Weatherall, Le Tigre, The Moldy Peaches, Chicks On Speed, Clem Snide, La Buena Vida, Green Velvet, Cinerama, Lo-Fidelity Allstars and The Zephyrs, among others; that was the first year to include non-musical activities. Those were thought up to complete the musical offering of the festival and included the design exhibition “Un ruido secreto” or the Primavera Soundtrack Film Festival. Public attendance was 24,000 people, seven thousand people more than the previous year. More than 450 journalists were there to cover the event; the number of acts increased: more than 90 groups and DJs both local and international. Five areas were arranged at the Poble Espanyol site for the night shows.
An extra site was added to the festival: Mercat de les Flors, for the day time activities: the Primavera Soundtrack Film Festival and the Record label Fair, which included two stages where the label’s bands showcased their works. Poble Espanyol: Belle And Sebastian, Yo La Tengo, Teenage Fanclub, Arab Strap, I Am Kloot, Sonic Youth, The White Stripes, Beef, The Go-Betweens, 2 Many Dj’s, Julian Cope, Definitive Jux Live!, Baxter Dury, Super Collider, Thalia Zedek, Nacho Vegas Y Las Esferas Invisibles, Roni Size, Future Bible Heroes, Ed Harcourt, John Parish, Scratch Perverts, Mary Gauthier, Dj/Rupture, Michael Mayer, Tocotronic, Adam Beyer, Standstill, Élena, Antònia Font, Tokyo Sex Destruction, Grupo Salvaje, Dj Psychocandy, The Folk Implosion, Ikara Colt, Adam Green, The Kills, Soledad Brothers, Migala, Christina Rosenvinge, Audience, Alma X, Dj Coco, Lcd Soundsystem, Märtini Brös, Erol Alkan, Dj Dexter, Dj’s Are Not Rockstars, Gold Chains, Peaches, Le Hammond Inferno, Ellen Alien, W. I.
T. Larry Tee, Cobra Killer, La Presidente, Rewind DJ’s, The Montgolfier Brothers, Glissando*, The Tea Servants, Jeronimo, Cola Jet Set, Gurus, L’altra, Whirlwind Heat, Pipas, Holland Park, Mano De Santo, Henry, Bart Davenport, Euro-Trash Girl, Mia Doi Todd, Dead Capo, Tan Low, Morning Star, Godspeed You! Black Emperor, The Streets, Baby Zizanie, A Room With A View. Record Label and Industry Fair is a record fair devoted to industry insiders. A total of 40 stands represented the leading independent Spanish record labels, as well as music press and associated companies. Primavera Soundtrack Film Festival screening of films related to the pop culture programme: Standing in the Shadows of Motown, Paul Justman. 2002. USA. 116 minutes. 35 mm. Biggie and Tupac, Nick Broomfield. 2002. UK. 107 min. Betacam Morvern Callar, Lynne Ramsay. UK/Canada. 2002. 97 min. 35 mm. Beijing Rocks, Mabel Cheung Yuen-Ting. Hong Kong, 2001. 110 min. 35 mm. Blue, Alex Infascelli. Italy, 2000, 86 min. 35 mm. In 2004 the festival kept growing in length and attendance.
The popularity of headliner acts and the performance of the legendary band Pixies (they played their first Europe
Thomas Bartlett known as Doveman, is an American singer and producer. He has worked with Sufjan Stevens, Glen Hansard, The National, Sam Amidon, Rhye, St. Vincent, Nico Muhly, The Gloaming, Martha Wainwright and many more. Born in Vermont, Bartlett studied piano in London with Maria Curcio before moving to New York City; as a teenager, he and lifelong collaborator Sam Amidon formed the folk music band Popcorn Behavior, released three albums. Upon moving to New York in 2001, Bartlett soon began performing with Chocolate Genius and Elysian Fields, worked as Salon.com's music critic, writing first a weekly "Wednesday Morning Download", the daily "Audiofile" feature. In recent years, Bartlett has performed and toured extensively with artists like The National and the Johnsons, The Gloaming, Martha Wainwright, Glen Hansard and Bebel Gilberto; the first Doveman record, "The Acrobat", 2005, was produced by Patrick Dillett, one of Bartlett's most frequent collaborators. It was followed in 2007 by "With My Left Hand I Raise the Dead", again produced by Dillett, released by Brassland Records.
In 2008 Bartlett released a self-recorded solo re-imagining of the entire Footloose soundtrack.http://brassland.org/releases/with-my-left-hand-i-raise-the-dead 2009's "The Conformist", again produced by Dillett, featured members of frequent Doveman collaborators The National, as well as backing vocals by Norah Jones, Glen Hansard, Beth Orton, Martha Wainwright, Dawn Landes. Production Discography Performer Discography In January 2011, Bartlett, as Doveman, began a monthly salon style performance series at West Village club Poisson Rouge, called the Burgundy Stain Sessions, inviting Bartlett's friends to join him and the band on stage. Over the course of the year, performers included Norah Jones, Glen Hansard, Rufus Wainwright, Martha Wainwright, Sara Quin, Beth Orton, Sam Amidon, Nico Muhly, Elysian Fields, Chocolate Genius, Julia Stone, Chris Thile, The Ghost of a Saber Tooth Tiger, Lisa Hannigan, St. Vincent, many others. In October 2011, Bartlett music-directed, co-curated with Hansard, a two night evening at Poisson Rouge, inspired by the Burgundy Stain Sessions, celebrating the 10 year anniversary of Other Voices, an Irish music TV show.
Performers included Laurie Anderson, Damien Rice, Bell X1, The Lost Brothers, Bryce Dessner and Aaron Dessner, Gabriel Byrne, Paul Muldoon, Colum McCann, others. On October 11, 2012, NPR began a week-long broadcast series devoted to special performances that were captured at The Burgundy Stain Sessions. On March 5, 2013, the first International Burgundy Stain Session took place at the Adelaide Festival in Australia. On December 14, 2014, Bartlett brought the Sessions to the National Concert Hall in Dublin, Ireland with a line up consisting of Anna Calvi, Glen Hansard, Paul Noonan, Conor O'Brien and Lisa O'Neill. Bartlett performed with Lou Reed, was the music director for a 2016 show of Reed's love songs at Lincoln Center, featuring Lucinda Williams, Laurie Anderson, Mark Kozelek, David Johansen, many more, he has directed and co-curated two gala benefit concerts for St Ann's Warehouse, one featuring Lou Reed, Emmylou Harris, Bill Frisell, Sam Amidon, Karen O, the other with Alan Cumming, Glen Hansard, My Brightest Diamond, Sting.
In 2015 he curated and directed a performance of musical interpretations of W. B. Yeats' work at the National Concert Hall in Dublin, featuring Anna Calvi, Justin Vivian Bond, Robert Forster, more. At the National Concert Hall, he and Sam Amidon co-directed a tribute to Pete Seeger. Bartlett composed and performed "The Hunter and the Hunted" for Volker Schlondorff's film Return from Montauk, he produced and mixed 3 songs with Sufjan Stevens for Luca Guadagnino's film Call Me by Your Name, including "Mystery of Love", nominated for the Academy Award for Best Original Song in 2018. Thomas Bartlett played on and co-wrote "Wish That You Were Here" with Florence and the Machine for Tim Burton's Miss Peregrine's Home For Peculiar Children. Bartlett, working with Joan As Policewoman, wrote the score for the film Permission, starring Rebecca Hall and Dan Stevens. In February 2012, the Museum of Modern Art premiered a new collaboration between Doveman and filmmaker Tom Kalin, with Kalin's images set to songs from "The Conformist".
The full piece, titled "My Silent One", was premiered in July 2014 at Outfest in Los Angeles. Bartlett composed and performed the score, acted as music supervisor, for the 2014 film Trouble Dolls, starring and co-directed by Jess Weixler and Jennifer Prediger, he composed the music for Matthu Placek's short film A Portrait of Marina Abramovic. In 2011, a new band called The Gloaming was formed, featuring Bartlett, Martin Hayes, Iarla Ó Lionáird, Caoimhín Ó Raghallaigh, Dennis Cahill, they debuted in Dublin at the National Concert Hall. The Gloaming's self-titled debut album, produced by Bartlett, was released in 2014 on Real World Records and Brassland, to wide critical acclaim; the album won the Meteor Choice Music Prize for Irish album of the year. The band's second record was produced by Bartlett. In 2008, Sam Amidon, Nico Muhly, all native Vermonters, embarked on the "802 Tour", performing a melange of each other's songs and compositions. Muhly and Bartlett continued collaborating forming a group called Peter Pears, after the great English tenor, will be releasing a record of their songs together in 2018.
In 2011, Bartlett and Patrick Dillett made a remix of Tegan and Sara's "Alligator", featuring a guest vocal by Amidon. Doveman on Facebook Doveman on Brassland Records
The Leaf Label
The Leaf Label is an independent record label based in Yorkshire, United Kingdom. An electronic music label, releasing instrumental music, the company's approach has broadened over the last few years and now features an eclectic range of artists, with a focus on live performers; the Leaf Label was created in late 1994 by Tony Morley. The pair ran the label as a hobby until the end of 1996, during which time they released a series of eight 12" singles, of electronic music; the label debuted in early 1995 with a 12" release by Boymerang, aka Graham Sutton of the influential post-rock band Bark Psychosis, early releases included two volumes of the'Invisible Soundtracks' series of EPs. Following his recovery from a serious road accident in 1995, Morley decided to leave 4AD at the end of 1996, setting up his own independent promo company No9, parting company with Carrera around the same time; the company's first office was in Battersea in South West London moving to larger premises in Brixton, South London.
The label's first album release was 1997's Silence FM by The Sons Of Silence, a group which consisted of members of O Yuki Conjugate. OYC spawned the label's second artist album release, by A Small Good Thing; the label followed these releases with key artist album releases by Faultline, Susumu Yokota, Eardrum and 310 in the late 1990s. Yokota's ambient albums, licensed from his own Skintone label in Japan, remain some of the label's most successful releases. In 1999, Morley set up the PostEverything mail order operation with Colin Newman and web designer Dorian Moore. Morley resigned as a director of the company in 2005, the site closed in 2008; the label's first real success of the 2000s came with Dan Snaith's Manitoba, who released two albums under that name in 2001 and 2003. Following a lawsuit by Richard "Handsome Dick" Manitoba of The Dictators, Snaith was obliged to change his artist name, subsequently became known as Caribou, with his third album, The Milk of Human Kindness, released under that name in 2005.
The label followed the success of Manitoba with a run of critically acclaimed debut albums by Murcof, Boom Bip & Doseone and Asa-Chang & Junray in 2002, Colleen in 2003, A Hawk And A Hacksaw and Efterklang in 2004. The label celebrated its tenth anniversary with a week of events in London in October 2005, along with the retrospective 2CD compilation Check The Water; the company relocated to Horsforth in West Yorkshire in the spring of 2006. Significant releases since have included Polar Bear, Vladislav Delay, Nancy Elizabeth, Oh No Ono, Melt Yourself Down and Wildbirds & Peacedrums; the label moved office again in September 2010 to its current premises in Horsforth. The company now manages a number of artists, Morley sources music for the Velvet Ears music library, owned by music supervisor Liz Gallacher. In the autumn of 2015, The Leaf Label celebrated its 20th anniversary with a limited edition box set, vinyl re-issues and a series of concerts in Leeds and London, under the umbrella of'Leaf 20'.
Limited to only 300 copies, The Leaf 20 box set "comprised of fourteen pieces of pristine white vinyl in full artwork and wrapped in bespoke, hand-printed paper covers, accompanied by the ten albums on CD, plus a fold out catalogue artwork poster, a limited edition print, liner notes by acclaimed writer and journalist Rob Young." It was made available to fans through the PledgeMusic service. List of record labels List of independent UK record labels Boomkat: The Leaf Label releases official site The Leaf Label on MySpace