04 February 2016

MOĆ VEŠTICA 02.02.2016: Proljeće na moje rame slijeće i sere po njemu

Coves - Absolute Beginners (Bandcamp) - A Salute to the Thin White Duke - The Songs of David Bowie

OSSIA - Red X (Blackest Ever Black ) - Radio Caliban: "Singles" 2015
Public Image Ltd. – Shoom (Universal) - What The World Needs Now...

Diminished Men - Castrum Doloris (Abduction) - Vision In Crime
Little Shalimar - The Revolution Might Be Televised (Adult Swim) – OST Rubble Kings
PJ Harvey - The Wheel (Island 7“)

The Caravans - God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen (Verve) - Have Yourself A Soulful Christmas
Fatima Al Qadiri – Oubliette (Hyperdub) - Brut
Cross Record - Steady Waves (Ba Da Bing) - Wabi-Sabi

HeCTA - Sympathy for the Auto Industry (FJAAK Remix 2) (City Slang) - Sympathy for the Auto Industry (FJAAK Remixes)
TERRY - Talk About Terry (Upset The Rhythm 7“)
Pop. 1280 - Pyramids on Mars (Sacred Bones) - Paradise

Sainkho Namtchylak - Nostalgia To (Ponderosa Music & Art) - Like a Bird or Spirit, Not a Face
Tindersticks - We Are Dreamers (City Slang) - The Waiting Room
Oranssi Pazuzu - Hypnotisoitu Viharukous (20 Buck Spin) - Varahtelija

Katy B & KAYTRANADA – Honey (Rinse 7“)
TARCAR – Eija (Blackest Ever Black ) - Radio Caliban: "Singles" 2015

Daughter - New Ways (4AD) - Not To Disappear

Adeva - Respect (The Dancing Danny D Remix) (Parlophone) - The 12 Inch Mixes
Evangelist - I'm in Love Tonight (Underscore Collective) - Evangelist
Nevermen - Tough Towns (Ipecac) - Nevermen
Freakwater - Bolshevik and Bollweevil (Bloodshot) - Scheherazade

Frank Sinatra - I Heard You Cried Last Night (Columbia) - A Voice on Air: 1935-1955


  1. This is probably a reference to the collection of 2,000-3,000 photographs which have covered the fence around the Government Building in Kosovo since 1999. The subjects are ethnic Albanians who disappeared during the 1999 Kosovo war – presumed to have been systematically massacred by Serbian nationalists. The photographs are there to pressure the government into revealing where the missing are, as well as serving as a tribute. Family members often leave flowers there.

    The only thing that doesn’t match up is the scale. 8,000 is roughly how many men died in the Srebrenica massacre. Their photographs are collected here, but there’s no real-life, sun bleached collection around a government building.