Tuesday, June 13, 2006

AudioSurgeon 001 - The Movies and Videogames Issue

AudioSurgeon - Episode 001 - featuring Jurassic 5


It's here at last! The very first Pixelsurgeon Podcast! Games and Movie chat, cool music and an interview with Hip Hop legends Jurassic 5.

Although we're hopefully going to do the podcasts on a weekly basis, they may be a bit random while we find our groove. Hope you like it and don't forget to share your opinions in the comments section!

Episode 001 Show Notes:

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The Delays: You and Me
From the album You See Colours
Rough Trade

Gomez: How We Operate
From the album How We Operate

Outputmessage: Sommeil
From the album Nebulae (out 26th June)
Melodic Records

Daedelus: Lights Out
From the album Denies the Days Demise
Ninja Tune

Imogen Heap: The Walk
From the album Speak for Yourself
Sony BMG

Ammoncontact featuring Brother J and Cut Chemist: Drum Riders
From the album With Voices
Ninja Tune

Quantic: Meet Me at the Pomegranate Tree
From the album An Announcement to Answer (out 24th July)
Tru Thoughts

Natalie Walker: No One Else (The Vector Warrior Remix)
From the No One Else EP
Original version of the track is from the album Urban Angel (release TBC)
Dorado Records

Official Site
Jurassic 5 MySpace Page
Tracks played:
Work It Out featuring Dave Matthews from the forthcoming album Feedback
I Am Somebody from Power In Numbers

All music used with kind permission. Thanks go to Lucy Beer, Leanne Mison, Laura Norton, David Cooper, Emma Edmondson, Laura Seach, Alex Marcou and The Delays.

United 93
Down in the Valley
The Omen
Mission Impossible III
The Da Vinci Code

X-Men: The Last Stand


Blogger Kevin Coffey said...

Great show, well done

4:29 AM  
Blogger Lonely Machine said...

A hearty congratulations to the 'surgeons on a great first podcast. One thing I just have to say though is that I found the "Daedelus: Lights Out" track to be one of the most painful pieces of music I have ever heard in my life. It sounded like two totally separate and different-sounding audio tracks playing concurrently, but both with different tempos, rhythms, BPMs... And the "whining" and cheap-sounding "fisher-Price" Xylophone banging just grated...
But that's just my two cents.
Otherwise, great listening!

11:32 AM  
Blogger Christiaan said...

keep em coming!!

6:26 PM  
Blogger robert-fauver said...

Sick! AudioSurgeon is the bomb digs I will be back to listen again.

7:07 AM  
Blogger Nick Tabram said...

I particularly enjoyed the references to pooh.

4:12 AM  
Blogger Surgeon: Pixelsurgeon and AudioSurgeon said...

Thanks for the comments. Glad you enjoyed our first attempt! Sorry you didn't like the Daedelus track Lonely Machine, but we do like to play a range of styles, and we love his crazy tempo juggling! But ya can't please all of the robots all of the time... :)

1:50 AM  

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