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Laetitia Sadier – Find Me the Pulse of the Universe


Here’s a new song taken from Laetitia Sadier‘s forthcoming second solo full-length “Silencio,” which is due out on July 24th via Drag City. The album features Sam Prekop of The Sea and Cake, her former Stereolab bandmate Tim Gane and James Elkington formerly of The Zincs, and currently with The Horse’s Ha.



Laetitia Sadier – Natural Child
Laetitia Sadier performs ‘Natural Child’ in a live session for Droptune Media at Press Play Studios in South London. Jan 16th, 2012



Richard Swift – Broken Finger Blues

“A year and a half ago i broke my finger.  Never got it back.  This is a song I made a few days after getting the cast taken off.  Feel free to download and share…”   Richard Swift (via his blog)


Laetitia Sadier+ Richard Swift – Resistance Dans L’ombre

“LA PISCINE, an invitation by laetitia sadier to keep on swimming” is a new collaborative project by Stereolab’s Laetitia Sadier with her friends, due out on August 29th via Wool Recordings.  It features unreleased songs from Richard Swift, Rebecca Gates, Superbravo, Laetitia Sadier. “Resistance dans l’ombre” with Richard Swift is taken from the session of “The trip” and ‘G The Opposite Of Spectator’ is a Sadier’s new song.


Laetitia Sadier+ Richard Swift – Resistance Dans L’ombre



Laetitia Sadier – One Million Year Trip
taken from the solo debut album “The Trip” (Drag City/2010)


“LA PISCINE, an invitation by laetitia sadier to keep on swimming” is a new collaborative project by Stereolab’s Laetitia Sadier with her friends, due out on August 29th via Wool Recordings.  It features unreleased songs from Richard Swift, Rebecca Gates, Superbravo, Laetitia Sadier. “Resistance dans l’ombre” with Richard Swift is taken from the session of “The trip” and ‘G The Opposite Of Spectator’ is a Sadier’s new song.

Side A:
Laetitia Sadier: “G The Opposite Of Spectator”
Richard Swift: “MG 3333
Side B:
Laetitia Sadier+ Richard Swift – Resistance Dans L’ombre”
Rebecca Gates “take A Little Time”
Superbravo “A Space Without Corner”

This is a New Laetitia Sadier taken from “La Piscine” via Wool Recordings, thanks a lot.




























Instruments of Science & Technology: Music for Paradise Armor

Instruments of Science & Technology‘s Richard Swift (born Ricardo Sigilfredo Olivarez Swift-Ochoa, 1977) is an artist who lives in the Northwest region on the United States of America. He’s made lots of different music. He normally sings, but doesn’t at all on this recording. Music for Paradise Armor was made on varying recording mediums, such as a Tascam 4-track cassette player/recorder, an Otari 50/50 – 8-track half-inch recorder, a 16-track 2-inch machine constructed by Studer, and a computer made by Macintosh. There are a lot of what Swift calls “modern clickity-clacks” and “zzzoops s s s”, as well as the occasional “bleep bleep blaaaaap” found on this disc. These sounds apparently reflect our tech-centric lifestyle in the West. We have magnet trains, remote control car door locks, and affordable robotic limbs, yet we still flush our toilets with drinking water. Guard yourself. Cover art by David Stith

This album is available on CD/LP/MP3 via Asthmatic Kitty’s Library Catalog Music Series.


<a target="_blank" href="http://librarycatalogmusicseries.bandcamp.com/album/instruments-of-science-technology-music-for-paradise-armor" >((( magic ))) by Library Catalog Music Series</a>




























(Walt Wolfman= Walt Whiltman + Wolfman)

Richard Swift – Laugh It Up  (via octopus windmill)

The Mynabirds – Number’s Don’t Lie


‘Laugh It Up’ is taken from Richard Swift‘s “Walt Wolfman,” six-song 3” CD which was released on May 2010, as #9 release of Laminar Excursion Monthly’s 24-disc, 3” CD subscription series.  It was brought by Bloomington, Indiana labels Flannelgraph Records and Crossroads of America.  Recorded entirely to 4track cassette (with the help of an optigan) / Mastered by Chris Colbert / Limited Edition/Out of Print.  ‘Number’s Don’t Lie’ is taken from Laura Burhenn aka The Mynabirds‘ debut full length “What We Lose in the Fire, We Gain in the Flood” (Saddle Creek/2010) which was recorded in the Oregon hills with Richard Swift at his Cottage Grove.  Also, well known as the singer of the post-rock band Stereolab, Laetitia Sadier‘s upcoming first solo album “The Trip” produced by Swift and Emmanuel Mario (Monade), is due out on September 21st via Drag City.

STREAM : ‘MG 333′ from “Walt Wolfman”