Maria Minerva - Lovecool
I love this video. To me it doesn't get any better than this when it comes to making interesting video today. Everything has been done and repeated, this is the cliché pushed to its paroxism. Both funny and sad. And beautiful.
HYPERCLEAN / BOWIE - rock'n rll suicide Fou du roi
One of my most favorite bands Hyperclean. Certainly the funniest I've beeb given to experience. J'adore! Super energie les gars!
Also one of my favorite bands ever, some of the most delightful I've been given to experience.
Lucio Battisti - Abbracciala Abbracciali Abbracciati
Encore de la beauté pure et dure!Laurie Anderson / Smoke rings, in Home of the brave 1984
Thanks to Youtube we can relive such extatic moments!
Angelo Badalamenti / story of Twin Peaks music creation
A little musical story...
Giorgio Tuma - Sirens Pray For Us
I wanted hereby to pay homage to my good friend Gio Tuma, who has a sacred way with song writing... it doesn't get much softer than this.
Brown eyes and blue eyes Racism experimentAlternative lectures: What is Humanism
Yes humans are as susceptible as this to being manipulated into the worst behaviours ; and it is that easy to get it out of them...
In 1996, Sadier formed Monade
's Rosie Cuckston
. Monade released the singles "The Sunrise Telling" and "Witch Hazel/Ode to a Keyring" in 1997. The band's debut album Socialisme Ou Barbarie: The Bedroom Recordings was released on Duophonic Records
in Europe and Drag City
in the US in 2003. Their second album A Few Steps More was released on Too Pure in 2004. Monade's third, Monstre cosmic, was released in February 2008 on Duophonic.
Sadier has contributed vocals to various groups and projects, at times along with the late Stereolab member Mary Hansen. She and Hansen had contributed vocals to various recordings of The High Llamas (band of sometimes-Stereolab member Sean O'Hagan). Sadier added French backing vocals on "To the End", a top 20 hit for Blur in 1994. In 1995, she recorded the Serge Gainsbourg/Brigitte Bardot song "Bonnie and Clyde" with Luna. In 2001, Sadier sang on "Sol y Sombra" on Fugu's Fugu 1 LP on Minty Fresh Records. In 2002, Sadier sang the chorus on "New Wave" from Common'salbum Electric Circus. She sang lead vocals on "Haiku One" from Sigmatropic's 2004 album Sixteen Haiku & Other Stories which was an album based on the poetry of Greek poet Giorgos Seferis. In 2009 the French label Deux Mille released an EP which features Sadier singing with Toulouse-based band Momotte.
Throughout the years, Sadier has occasionally collaborated with German electronica group Mouse on Mars. In 1997, Sadier sung on "Schnick Schnack Meltmade" on Mouse on Mars' Autoditacker LP, and she and Mary Hansen contributed vocals to the Cache Coeur Naif EP. In turn, Mouse on Mars produced tracks on Stereolab's Dots and Loops LP. In 2007, Sadier wrote songs with MoM and toured with them in Italy. They have yet to record the songs for release.