|Album:||Nonsense Goes Mudslide||Collection:||General|
|Artist:||Johnson, Michael||Added:||Feb 2005|
|Add Date:||2005-03-21||Pull Date:||2005-05-23|
|Week Ending:||May 22||Mar 27|
|1.||May 27, 2009:||KZSU's Heartbleeps
Transistors and Gravity
|3.||Mar 25, 2005:||Dsitraction-Limited
|2.||May 18, 2005:||Strange Attractor
And Now, the Sequel
|4.||Mar 23, 2005:||Bottomless Cup of Coffee at the Topless Tapas Bar
+1. Minute long. Springtime singing, happy handclapping
++2.Upbeat synthpop goes to trance inducing drum, then sparse singing, then glitchpop
3.Heavy drum hits, loop of an LP’s pop, then video game inspired 8-bit synth
4.bass echo soundscape, electric piano chords and noodling
+5.Self-harmonizing vocals, psychedelic. Abrupt end :-(
++6.Synth and human vocals, marching beat, catchy, semi-glitch music
7.short. sounds moving a washing machine/robot farts.
8.marching band drums. Wishing well. Would be great to fill out this song.
+9.whistling and faraway vocals, trumpet, old synth earns a full "Smile Outtake"
11.Island music guitars conflict with fast synths, then a quiet heartfelt end
13.speedy synth loop, then drugged 70’s synths & vox- Trevor Horn outtake?
+14.1st half fast synth, 2nd half could be Magnetic Fields singing & acoustic guitar
|1.||Faulty Family||7.||Extra Crispy|
|2.||And Now, the Sequel||8.||Modern Comforts|
|3.||The Third in Line||9.||The Natives Going Under|
|4.||The Staring Contest||10.||Gram in Flux|
|5.||Awful Side||11.||Nowhere (That Whore)|
|6.||Transistors and Gravity||12.||Dilly Dally|
|13.||A Caveman's Embrace|