Viewing Gum Listening Post #18

Here we go again, guys and gals! Viewing Gum Listening Post is now able to watch the naughtiest kind of movies at the cinema, as it hits number eighteen. It’s a bit more upbeat, poppy, fun and funky than the last entry (well, for the most part), but as eclectic as ever. You can stream below or click here to give yourself in to audio pleasure.

 

  1. Todd Terje – Oh Joy
  2. Architecture in Helsinki – When You Walk in the Room
  3. Buffalo Daughter with Keigo Oyamada – Great Five Lakes 20th
  4. Tune-Yards – Water Fountain
  5. Foster The People – Best Friend
  6. Sky Ferreira – 24 Hours
  7. DJ Snake & Lil Jon – Turn Down For What
  8. Cloud Nothings – Just See Fear
  9. GoGo Penguin – Murmuration
  10. David Lynch & Lykke Li – I’m Waiting Here
  11. Prince – THE BREAKDOWN
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Tokyo Soundscape Episode 17: Salyu x Salyu Interview

I’ve mentioned it before (in my post A Personal Document of How I Came to Love Japanese Music), but I host a Japanese music podcast on SOAS Radio by the name of Tokyo Soundscape. I thought I might as well start posting about it here as well, because my latest episode is really worth listening to. Not only is there the usual mix of triffic tunes and silly rambling chatter from yours truly, but this edition features a great big interview with singer Salyu and writer/producer Keigo Oyamada (aka Cornelius – one of my all time heroes), plus Yumiko Ohno and Asa-chang, ahead of their salyu x salyu show at the Jazz Cafe in London last month.

Please give it a listen/download here – and you can find the tracklist below – and don’t forget to like the Facebook page while you’re at it.

NOKIES! – We Are News In The Dance Floor
Miila and the Geeks – CIGARETTE & WATER
salyu x salyu – Tadano Tomodachi
salyu x salyu – Dorei
salyu x salyu – Hanashitai Anatato
DJ Kentaro – Handmade Gift (feat Little Tempo)
Marewrew – Sa Oy
Tokyo Ska Paradise Orchestra – Come On!
Guitar Wolf – Summertime Blues

I should have another new episode up in the next couple of weeks, but by all means trawl through the back catalogue for ace Japanese music too.