Canadians in a certain age bracket that remembers Much Music as a music video channel, likely remember Kim Clark Champniss as one of its faces, usually associated with the more […]
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TRUCKERDISCO’s been busy on Instagram this past couple of months. Using Instagram’s 15-second video format, there’s a growing collection of clips celebrating favourite, influential, and above all, catchy hooks from various eras and sub-genres within the – all made on mobile apps!
Friday, September 18 at Anza Club (3 W. 8th Ave) w/ Aaron Dae (Brooklyn, NYC), HRISTO (Bulgaria/Victoria), Karl Spackler (Vancouver). Enter to win free admission for 2!
TimeOut London originally posted this preview from Grace Jones’ upcoming autobiography back in March, and it began making the rounds again last week. But it appears they’ve retracted the main part of the article…
Alden Tyrell & David Vunk – “Lord Of The Cockrings” (2008 – Moustache Records)
Some Kind Of Music Blog sent me a few short questions to go into their write-up today. But in typical fashion, my answers run a lot longer than people tend to expect, and it’s been a busy day for everyone. They’re all really good questions, so I’ve included my full responses here below, because they get down to a lot of the important basics about what TRUCKERDISCO is really all about.
“Disco is now no longer thought of in terms of celebrities snorting coke at Studio 54 or superficial dance-pop songs, instead it is working-class whites, African-Americans and Latinos dancing together […]
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Baron Von Luxxury, whose sublime cosmic-disco take on “Hotel California” was so good that it brought wrath from lawyers, former Eagles, and the kind of music rag that belongs in family minivans – is doon-it again, like he doo best.