Tuesday, 29 April 2008

Extramundane like us!

So this week Extra Mundane discovered an awesome new band called Extramundane. Coincidences huh!

Anyways, we caught up with them at a service station whilst they were on tour recently promitng their soon to be relaesed debut album, Extra Medium.
This much we know, Vegan Spoken Word Electro will never be the same again.

Remember, you heard about these no talent pricks here first.

Monday, 21 April 2008

Too much mediocrity will kill you... Everytime!

There’s soooo much happening in music right now that its hard to keep up! So I thought to help you out I would list some of my new favourite genres:

1. NERD-HOP: This is a style of Hip-Hop where instead of banging on and on and on about bling, guns and bitches, rappers like Twin Geeks, pictured above, bang on and on and on about computer games, trainers, skateboards and/or BMX’s. In short it’s the musical equivalent of spending the afternoon in the library (in the reference section).

2. TWEE-CORE: Awfully, insipid, twee indie music subject matter like riding the bus home or being in love with some girl who thinks you’re a twat, accompanied by noisy guitars that are out of tune and badly played.

3. FOLK-STEP: Basically just traditional Folk music but with crap, tinny Breaks N Beats and midi drums mixed in.

4. SKIFFLE-BEAT: There are loads of Skifflebeat artists around at the moment. They're ten a penny Guv'nor. Think normal indie music but with washboards and songs about Dear Old Blighty. The real legacy of Chaz and Dave – Have a banana!

Monday, 14 April 2008

'Our kid loves Starsailor'

So this week Extra Mundane were lucky enough to hook up with boiler faced indie band Coulis.

The facial sand blast victims were in the studio putting the finishing touches to their new ep 'Working down the Call Centre' when they treated us to a spontaneous acoustic performance of some of their new songs and dribbled some nonsense about some of the painstaking processes they have to go through just to pen a two mintue pop song.

Laughed? I nearly jizzed. Literally!