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Saturday, November 01, 2008

Another Way To Die

Although I know that it's silly to think so, I have the feeling that most of the things happening around me right now have already happened before. I'm not surprised by much and yet it's fairly obvious that this only really make sense (or nonsense) in my head. It's probably just that I have a lot on my mind. Thankfully most of it is quite positive; I've recovered almost completely from last week's acute depression. I have a feeling that something mindblowing is about to happen. If/when that happens it'll probably shake me out of this weird state of mind.

My weekly Mużika Mod Ieħor podcast is not spared of all this, of course. The first two tracks on this week's edition come from band that have already appeared on the series earlier this year. Both Shilloo's Tree and Dominoes have new singles. They're called Ride My Horse and Photographs respectively, and now they also appear on this year's list of nominations for the MMI Listeners' Picks poll, which will go live on Facebook within the next couple of weeks. Meanwhile both bands are joining some twenty other bands selected by Hairy Amp to appear at the European Youth Week celebrations in Valletta, playing every evening between tomorrow and next Saturday.

The other two tracks on this week's podcast are from two acts I discovered via MySpace just a few days ago. Malt.Tabulated Sounds sounds like something you'd expect to be released by Pinkpube. It's least not just yet. Someday is a very cool track and it segues quite well into Ethnamorte's Vidro, which I've selected as the closing track for this week's podcast. Ethnamorte is a multicultural London-based band featuring Maltese guitarist Malcolm Callus. They're apprearing live at The Grosvenor, down in Stockwell, London, tomorrow night.

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Anonymous Shilloos said...

Thanks for including us in the podcast Toni. Unfortunately this time the song wasn't accepted by the local radios, so the internet is our only method of distribution.... 

9:08 PM, November 01, 2008
Blogger Hsejjes said...

Hey Ton, hope you are ok. Depression is horrid. I know.But we are strong. We will come out of it. Just know that there is someone who is thinking of you. 

6:38 PM, November 02, 2008

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