1928 Surrealist Film Set to Music by Grey Spade.
Edited by Joel Nickel.
MTV popped by to record enough footage to shake a stick at of the band recording their fourth studio album, Angel Dust. The footage of the band recording and dicking about was interspersed with some interviews with band members.
Mike Patton, who goes on for nearly an hour and a half, eats sandwiches, talks about Right Said Fred, obsessive fans, the oddities in the area where he lives, and Angel Dust (obviously) among other things.
A tribe of Neanderthals are attacked by a rival group of Homo Sapiens. Only one Neanderthal woman survives the raid and begins her journey to reach safety, a valley inhabited by other Neanderthal tribes, before the Homo Sapiens, who are fast on her trail, catch up to her.
(Listen to the 8tracks.com Mix HERE)
Tonight on Guerrilla Ontology I have a collection of new and old music that range from 90s Alternative to Swedish Avant Garde, dotted with many points inbetween. The show starts at 6pm on 92.9KICK-FM.
If you’re away from the radio tonight or out of range you can also listen to the entire mix on my 8tracks.com account.
Here’s the track listing if you’re curious:
David Bowie – Sunday
Deftones – My Own Summer
Acidscar – Psybient Limbo
Duran Duran – The Chauffeur
Freur – Doot Doot
Pluxus – Transient
Creeper Lagoon – Wrecking Ball
Bloc Party – Flux
Nine Inch Nails – The Day The World Went Away
Sigur Ros – 4
Stars Of The Lid – Austin Texas Mental Hospital, Part 1
The Cure – Love Song
How To Destroy Angels – A Drowning
Roxette – I Wish I Could Fly
Grey Spade – The Mind’s I
The Mars Volta – Metatron
Bonobo – Dinosaurs
Moist – Disco Days
Monoral – Kiri
Radiohead – No Surprises
Part of my IPP is that I write the soundtrack to the series as well as film, edit, and release the series. The montages got me really pumped up and I wanted to do more music, so I spent the day at my computer messing around in FL Studio with my trusty M-Audio box, and came up with an early draft of a track that will appear in the series. Here’s “Anima”.