17 Burst results for "Pj Harvey"
"pj harvey" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now
"They really kind of live in their own world of happiness and fun and it's like no one ever showed them a newspaper that told him the life is so bad. Now it's a it's a. It's a complete space that they are in of. You want to go in there you want to really infectious at its pop music now. It seems like a lot of people. Think about trauma Pretentiousness just having such a great time doing these songs. Song references bob dylan and it sounds like she was just so great piling fun. The entire time. assist sunscreen. Absolutely you know the year isn't the total loss. When s are singing about bob dylan and a number. One hit the same year that bob dylan has a new hit alba. I'm it's just a shame. He didn't get to mention. Bts in murder stop by bts. They meet pj harvey singing about the dress but beat. Dynamite is such a something like that. I apologize i apologize. Try not to but us. I mean dynamite. Kind of right in the middle of a huge year for them because they began the year with map. The sole super ambitious for a lot of us will remember that as the last album we fell in love with pre pandemic that was a highlight of life in late january and at the end of the year. Of course be just like completely fantastic record very different. Still very ambitious and complex with a lot of really a darkened personal songs. As mapping the sold us into a great song be like disease and dynamite is almost like a island right between those two statements where they just realized. Everybody needs a disco jam for the summer. Everybody needs a equivalent of sheikh. good times. So we're going to do the ultimate ultimate transcontinental trans-generational disco smash it dynamite with almost like they knew it was the song world needed.
"pj harvey" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"All right that was death is not the end by Nick. Cave and the bad seeds came out on murder ballads. Nineteen ninety-six on heat records and this is a sort of supergroup song because it had of course nick cave and the bad seeds but also had a need Lane Kylie Minogue. Pj Harvey Shane macgowan. They all saying wills. Thomas Wilder and Luksa Bar. Geld also took a moment at the Mike. Course it's a Bob Dylan. Song was off his album. Down in a groove. But I think I love Bob Dylan. I think Nick Cave absolutely owns this version of the song. It beautiful as harrowing the different singers and it's perfect song to finish aid your perfect album on murder ballads. It's kind of funny. It's the only song on the whole album that does not. Actually somebody getting killed so but still all about death. Do you think it's more of Asanga preparing to die or preparing to be a character in one of the earlier songs. I think you can interpret it that way. If you're going back to dillon and thinking about that came out about the time of his religious albums it was one of religions was about that. Same time I think it is kind of like almost a spiritual type of spiritual type away where it is. Actually this song about you know thinking about deaths the start of a new journey. You know whether that has religious connotations spiritual whatever I think nick cave kind of flips out on this on its head a little bit and makes almost like a joke. Her kind of a tongue in cheek nod to all the people that just got waylaid in his album. Especially in that o'malley's bar which I think is right before this song. Yes it is yeah anyways. Beautiful Song is definitely sort of a supergroup song anytime Nick Cave and PJ Harvey and chain McGowan her hanging out and Kylie Minogue to through her in all right. The final song for this episode is by Tim. Rose and the song is longtime man.
"pj harvey" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"All right that was. Death is not the end by Nick. Cave and the bad seeds came out on murder ballads. Nineteen ninety-six on heat records and this is a sort of supergroup song because it had of course nick cave and the bad seeds but also had a need Lane Kylie Minogue. Pj Harvey Shane macgowan. They all saying wills. Thomas Wilder and Luksa Bar. Geld also took a moment at the Mike. Course it's a Bob Dylan. Song was off his album. Down in a groove. But I think I love Bob Dylan. I think Nick Cave absolutely owns this version of the song. It beautiful as harrowing the different singers and it's perfect song to finish aid your perfect album on murder ballads. It's kind of funny. It's the only song on the whole album that does not. Actually somebody getting killed so but still all about death. Do you think it's more of Asanga preparing to die or preparing to be a character in one of the earlier songs. I think you can interpret it that way. If you're going back to dillon and thinking about that came out about the time of his religious albums it was one of religions was about that. Same time I think it is kind of like almost a spiritual type of spiritual type away where it is. Actually this song about you know thinking about deaths the start of a new journey. You know whether that has religious connotations spiritual whatever I think nick cave kind of flips out on this on its head a little bit and makes almost like a joke. Her kind of a tongue in cheek nod to all the people that just got waylaid in his album. Especially in that o'malley's bar which I think is right before this song. Yes it is yeah anyways. Beautiful Song is definitely sort of a supergroup song anytime Nick Cave and PJ Harvey and chain McGowan her hanging out and Kylie Minogue to through her in all right. The final song for this episode is by Tim. Rose and the song is longtime man.
"pj harvey" Discussed on Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound
"So the risks are high with these the back of a napkin could well have been put in the washing machine. So you'll pointing people in direction, I think anchors of of hammer Creepshow, the horror ones sort of tend to be the most fun, and you can forgive the DOD won because dud horror can be quite fun. Anyway. Yeah. Seven dot nine eleven so probably not little. Yeah. Exactly. It's difficult to suspend your disbelief for something of that Bill. I suppose Terry your changing direction slightly, and you wanna talk about Nick, cave and the bad seeds murder ballads. I love this record. Does it remind you of this? Oh. This came to me in a dream last night. So I want that to Colo I'm about to say or give any thority, but you know, if ame- it has some fundamental similarities so starting with the very concept is macabre fable. It's a sensually on samba cast. If you think about PJ Harvey in. And is a series of seemingly interconnected stories about how people die and the tonal shifts in this recorder. Well, one of my favorite things about it. So you know, you go from Henry lay with PJ Harvey, which they the two of them all at crooning all the way through really Teluk really swoon worthy. And it's about somebody who's been sub to death and dumped in a while. And you kind of you're listening to it. And it's costing. And in a while relationship tips from PJ in. Maybe not the best if you ninety relationship history..
"pj harvey" Discussed on Grumpy Old Geeks
"And then I watched the first purge. I haven't seen any of the purge stuff since the first movie came out. I watched the first movie. I love the concept remarried telling me that the first purge isn't the first per- no, it's not. The purge was already happening by the first movie, so they this is a prequel to to every day and all right. I thoroughly enjoyed it. I really enjoyed it because the way it works with the purge is the first movie had a budget of three million dollars. And then the next one maybe had four. There cheaply made movies. They're just, you know, no way movies, so they put more money into this one, but it was a good story. Good actors, good action. All all along the way. I mean, I really enjoyed the first purge, and the only reason that I went back and watch this was because there's a purge TV series out now believe it or not. So I downloaded the first three episodes. Of that before because I, I missed it on my DVR has I kept seeing the commercials for it, and I thought there were commercials for the first purge, the movie that knew that was coming out, but no there for a TV series. So I'm gonna check that out. But if you're in the I know, I know nothing about the purge. So I'm just looking at their. I am DP db page for the movie that the first purge America's third political party. The new founding fathers of America comes to power and conducts an experiment, no laws for twelve hours on Staten Island. No one has to stay on the island, but five thousand dollars is given to anyone who does. Well. Now I'm a treat. I didn't know it was an experiment in universal basic. There you go. This is what happens when you get UB. I. No, because the first one was the entire country. The first movie was like in the United States to, you know, let let some steam off. Everybody has twenty four hours one one day a year or twelve hours, whatever it is to basically kill and murder, do whatever you want. It's pretty much what it is and we used to think about this long long ago before the movies ever came out and we called it. Let's have Darwin day. Just have Darwin day in survival of the fittest happens because there's some people you just wanna take out and this this kind of goes along with that. The and I, I liked the movie. I liked the first Burge movie. So the other movies I can't talk about except for the first movie that came out and that was mediocre at best, right. Okay. Well, I'm not a big stage or play person, but I might be dragging my ass to a theater at some point in the near future, all About Eve is being adapted for the stage. It's nine hundred fifty s classic and. Picture Oscar winner. But PJ Harvey is going to do the score and it stars Gillian Anderson PJ Harvey and Jillian Anderson involved in the same project be still my nineteen ninety s heart home. I got. I got a dust off the passport. Let's head over to London. Yes, setup. Some grumpy, all geeks action over there who wants to wants to fly over, do a live show and get some theater tickets..
"pj harvey" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The whole poster what's different about a music festival in europe compared to here well i think lisa hit on it it's a more variety it's an eclectic lineup and that's because the audiences over there have more of an open mind to it i feel really when we first went their first european tour in two thousand one we played three music festivals over there when was the metropolis festival in in rotterdam holland and on the lineup was the strokes train and the roskilde festival we played a stage with pj harvey manu chao hammer fall and us right and so that has four different audiences in north america but it was all in the same stage in europe you said that to a number of producers that sometimes north american sometimes north american audiences can have a sports mentality what do you mean by that that's our experienced firsthand being the opening band or being or not being the headliner on a festival or a tour the audiences i found feel that if you're not the headliner that that's the team that they came to see and every other band is the opposing team and so they they feel like it's like a sports event and that's just not how it is right if they cheer for your abandoned can't share for the exact i should say that some festivals in this country are doing very well especially for folk festivals are doing incredibly well i mean they're selling huge numbers jazz festivals but these are specific genre music festivals as opposed to the multi genre festivals were talking about lisa is this something we're going to see even more very specific genre festivals i think it's all but i i also speaking you know today ankles point about you know different sorts of things one of the things i like about bumper suit is that i've seen john legend there and dancing sinatra a couple of years ago so i do think it's possible to have that kind of variety and you know in a way that's what folk fast do now the ami tribe colorado playing folk festival this weekend but what what what did we lose when we lose these big umbrella multi genre more corporate festivals like way home or sasquatch well i think we get if there's an opportunity to open your mind have a chance to check out some different music when i was at pemberton the last time i went was four years ago i was on my way out the suggested to me to check out this guy that was kind of up and coming and it was chance the rapper and that was an amazing experience if you do have that open mind and you do want to go and check out new music you have such an opportunity and i also think it's such an opportunity for up and coming bands to get an audience that they might not get so i do think that's something we lose her danka dat your point i mean again this is a knock on north american audiences at all but but what what can they learn from the european fest goers when it comes to music dig deep deep don't just don't don't just settle for top shelf bands you know rock and roll that's the john rhyme in gets tagged for for that a lot of people don't like it but there's so many layers to rock and roll it's such an old kind of music now that if you don't necessarily need to listen to acdc again there's so many other bands that are new and also a treasure trove of old bands that need to get rediscovered and that's what people need to do if you're just tuning in my name's tom power this is q on cbc radio it's friday we're talking about music we call queue this i'm speaking with lisa christiansen in vancouver and danko jones who's here with me in toronto which is still very cool for me it's time rolling stone magazine released a list of the top one hundred songs of the century so far it's not even the end of the year but we're already talking about music lists danko do you d like a list of music i know other musician you might have some issues around yeah you know as a musician i liked the lists when i'm on it included and the lists where we have been forgotten or ignored are really badly curious musicals oh my gosh.
"pj harvey" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour
"Directed for not knowing right that i would be rejected for not knowing so i'm just going to like i'm going to mitt my not knowing now and i'm going to celebrate it like i think it probably in part is a defense mechanism it's kind of like if i have a giant zig i'm going to point it out to everybody right the moment i see them so that like or a flaw in myself i'm going like confess it all because at least it's there's an illusion of control over the way it's perceived yes if i address it i than i own it if you address it i not only in my ugly but i'm stupid yeah when you mentioned pj harvey i remember watching her on mtv beyond that i know nothing about her but in that moment i was afraid of looking stupid and like i am ignorant culturally and so i kind of exaggerated how familiar i am with her because that felt like the right thing to do in that moment and as i was saying it voice in my head was going what are you doing you're such a fraud you've you know two of her songs from mtv and you don't even know the names of them you just know that madonna was crazy about her and you thought well she must be interesting and like imagine if you'd said to me like oh i know everything about her life i might have not talked about the potatoes and like you might not have.
"pj harvey" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"I think i have aac memory of cobaine bean into women's yeah yeah that's why they chose her i remember reading somewhere that they wanted pj harvey they couldn't get her and then grohl and no celik said wait this needs to be all women this why they had the lordy and was there someone that lord lordy and georgia georgia yeah so it is the cast late on this first word you have it there got mowatt oh yeah it's it's a mulatto and elbino a mosquito my libido yeah i just figured that out about three years ago yeah so i'm going to go with all apologies and rape me and i'll go with lithium and team spirit so teen spirit come on man yeah you know you've made it when weird al yankovic does a parody of your song dudes thank you very much classic album clash is it everything you thought it would be cat everything i thought it would be and i'm still going to keep searching for that perfect album i gotta find one that'll be the next one yeah i have to thanks voice thank you all right thanks to big cast and rob for taking part in the nevada classic album clash and if you have a suggestion for future classic album clash hit me up on the twitter at talk his jericho i remember tell me which one you like better do you like never mind better do you like in utero better tell me some of your thoughts and some of your some of your ideas and maybe i'll read some back for you next week right here and talk is jericho and thanks once again to big cast hopefully he'll be back in the w very soon recuperating from a major injury i think he is almost ready to make his big return and thanks for going to rob who runs the hard knocks south big jim in landau lakes florida if you want to know more go to instagram at hard knocks south h a r d n o c k s s o u t h or go to www dot m o g y dot m e to learn more about hard knocks south.
"pj harvey" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review
"Rarely menace too late now on it he's gone i'll be happy to give me a down ghazi out broke a leg she needs call it on giving you my opinion by guilt had i on city for fifteen years a wet with a and you call docomo now i'll be honest with you that clip which is the only clint we we have doesn't do the film many favours first exist c e doesn't doesn't capture the atmosphere of the film properly one of the things interesting when it is when you look at on the surface they're comparison to be made with the levelling hub this unleashes film which again is about ellie kennedy plaza cars he returns the form she grew up in following a family tragedy and dark secrets revealed and also to some extent god's own country france's lease film which has there there are surface similarities but the similarities don't go much beyond that this is very much clio bonnaud's film and it's a film about the way in which trauma can affect memory and the way in which people are left dealing with the aftermath of abuse and the way in which the people have to sort of in a deal with the reality of a legacy of something that he's affecting the way in which they see the world the film isn't sensationalist in any way at all on the contrary it's kind of it's it's fairly discreet but it makes it all the more powerful you do really think that what you're watching is a portrayed of two characters both of whom are tormented by the circumstance in which they have been placed and attempting to come through a really our polling situation to perhaps find some kind of resolution and what happens is that the the bravo want the tense himself the door to thinks that she should taken and therefore there is conflict between them which is all centered around this the farm which is effectively functioning as a ghost house the film opens and closes as well with the pj harvey's singing my father gave me an acre of land which was every bit as haunting as that rendition of who will of me now that the in the middle of a flip were these oppression of dr li known weirdly enough eleven.
"pj harvey" Discussed on Crybabies
"Man can i say har i thought female orgasm in that baseline i know you're gonna say it took me twenty five years to have an orgasm amsteel trying to sell an untrained right now a new across the thai you will they just as a caveat here i am getting over migraine so i'm not responsible for and what i'm saying ever you really what a great great great song yeah i love pj harvey your next q now this was just we're just going to talk about this movie without a clip because it's the eternal us on china's about his mind and it's so complicated in the way it goes back and forth in time the taking anything out of context and listening to it is bizarre so i would just love for you to talk about your overall sensation of the movie so this concern in keeping with my theme of like loss longing rages those are the things that make me cry obsession you know all the bad stuff fairly i guess i'd never thought about it being a toddler a toddler oh yeah i ain't i am very you get kids every when they're are at an age where they can express what they want and make all the time but it's usually not 'cause they're sad it's because they're frustrated and and season and you're like you just like you just change your life again no this frog lagged something ovalles fyre on the are all therapist and hires susan.
"pj harvey" Discussed on Crybabies
"She always seemed to me still really into being flirty and there's a there's nothing wrong with being flirty but i did always feel like it was very directed at man the i'm pretty and serve silva self like and but come kinda tough but i'm also kind of cute and uk you know yeah was the problem of having to do everything as a girl it's really hard to like break out of that and i like that doing the thing as a girl is kind of like the barbie barbie surge in barbie pilot you know it's like you have to do it in this life conyugal in i drainage she female larry putting female rock and and how are you just a girl duct like the in the movie arad over like let in the culture it's sort of like oh isn't that cute that year like a mckay girl may bring europe might i added a note we are actually i was very good at doing it without the i'm a girl rockstar was chrissy high yeah i mean if she was just like fuck you this is me making music and i'll in now i mean and she was kind of butch even yeah and yet was having kids with ever went under the sun than i did always think pets i i i would like to do what she's through here that many people who really step out of it and she think dozen it's very yeah affecting yeah it's really interesting and they're really good musician the herve rhythms and her music are not they're like her own rhythms and they are the rhythms of i think female rage yeah vengeance and pj harvey's australia angry and frustrated and yet orgasmic like you know it took me twenty five years to listen to barracuda and be like oh that whole baseline no magic.
"pj harvey" Discussed on Crybabies
"Know whether they're saying no dead but p j harvey is so great because she um i was a huge fan of hers in the nineties when she first kind of came to prominence than it was a revelation to see her play live because she's just fucking in charge of herself and in charge of her band and in a way that is she didn't do things she came a you know up around the same time like liz fair did but liz fair still was demure in a way um and pj harvey has none of that vibrant at all and i just saw at the greek theater a couple of months ago she was incredible like i felt like okay david bowie's gone but we have pj harvey's now she's the david bowie of the world now yeah it might have been 'cause i've aped that night they are all right i not very out of character for me but i was like sure when it's funny that you put them together though 'cause i was i was a huge save bogey fan growing up like before i discuss you know when i was younger than when i first discovered prb but i wouldn't have thought to put them together nor would i i mean which is just an interesting was something about her vibe that night that reminded me of and i'm still sort of in in grieving for david bowie and for prince but there is she had like a mohawk she had this sort of waste code on yeah and she just looked like and you know she always wears blue eyes shadow.
"pj harvey" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"Gross pay growth throughout either david cozy famous statement of quotes about jamie journey in the late '60s to humble is mussalini that's brilliant that sucks it up right there i love that for you in pulling this altogether what was it like that's kind of a daunting project even for someone with your background it will you know at rocks but pages we have hundreds of reuters m many of them are written about journey so it was it was easier the polish book together that it would otherwise have pain epic we're able to access to some of the greatest thing on on journey um you know somebody some of the most perceptive news of greatest films aren't this review overall bombs included in this book if britain years more come a case of what to put in more to leave out you know there through plenty very good pace about journey that might have fetched often in the book but we hope to arm in my final re read i didn't really feel like it almost graphia footlocker we start with going through throughout life from from a very early folk days and you know in in in in toronto for much soil to driveby right through to the law things because she recorded you should have feel that you're on a journey with this woman throughout life loyalty read through the through the pieces you you you really see the way she evolved does a tower of those a woman of the human being do you think we're ever going to see another joni mitchell uh i i think i'm music storrow are keane a kuito distinctive other than any anyone who tries to imitate journey io detroit two way you never going to capture what she does even the best in the world is going to be able to replicate or journey does i'm sure they're going to mirror there have been many extraordinary still more i see them many primo thing as ours than particular luke two hours the the ultimate convoy conan you you understand why but of course and many other brilliant bombs from from selena nina simone to two pj harvey's 22 boy drowned a new simone and i think i happen to think that women have you know uh in recent years of my.
"pj harvey" Discussed on WGTK
"Gross be growth please very to throw up either david cozy famous statement quotes about jamie journey and they said this in the late '60s she's humble is mussalini that's really and that sucks up right there i love that for you in pulling this altogether what was it like that's kind of a daunting project even for someone with your background well you know at walkabout pages we have hundreds of roy many of them a written about journey so if we it was easier to police book together than it would otherwise pain um i think we're able to access to some of the greatest rising on on journey um somebody at some of the most we're used uh greatest films aren't baker views have oval albums included in this book um it for years more come a case of what to put in a more to leave out you know they're through very good pieces about journey that might have fetched often in this book book we did my final re read i didn't really feel like kick almost to the kind of biography i felt like a we think are we going with throughout life from from a very early folk days and you know in in in in toronto in fact for much oil to it really right through to the loss things she recorded you should have feel but you're on a journey with this woman has live read through the paces i think you you you you really see the way she the power of those a woman of the human being do you think we're ever going to see another joni mitchell uh i i think i'm music to oil roy cool too so distinctive other than anyone who tries to imitate journey first off two all straight weigh in never gonna capture what she does even the best possible please share in the world is going to be able to replicate or johnny those i'm sure they're gonna mirror there have been many extraordinary so many female singer throwers in particular uh you know look two hours the the ultimate carnival i call and you you understand why but of course that and many other brilliant bombs from from so of you know nina simone two two pj harvey's 22 boy a new similar i think i happen to think that women have you know a in.
"pj harvey" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"Rock but pages we have hundreds of roy many of them are written about journey so it was it was the dea to polish book together that it would otherwise have pain um i think we're able to act to some of the greatest thing on on journey um you know somebody some of the most perceptive use of greatest films aren't interviews have oval albums included in this book if for years more come a case of what to put in a more to leave out you know there there are plenty very good pace about journey that might have fetched often in the book but we hope to arm in my final re read i did really feel like kick almost on a biography of felt like a we start was going with the down through lloyd from from a very early folk days and you know in in in in toronto and start from her childhood really right through to the law things she recorded feel the early journey with this woman throughout life true the through the paces thank you you you you really see the way she evolved does a power those a woman of the human being do you think we're ever going to see another joni mitchell uh i i think a music the oil are voicing a kuito distinctive other than any anyone who tries to imitate journey io which is contrary to weigh in ever gonna cop killer what she does even deeper poverty share in the world is going to be able to replicate or journey does i'm sure there there are there have been many 'extraordinary so much to them many female singers throwers in particular luke two hours the the ultimate convoy conan you you understand why but who is tipped and many other brilliant ones from from selena nina simone to two pj harvey's 22 boy the new the.
"pj harvey" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly
"I think what you get is people liked to be in the context of sometimes those people who were just you know pj harvey's a good example kind of your highly theatrical eyes shows wanders from literature to kind of theater through to music and film and everything else so people who are kind of you know have that breath of reach liked to be in a multi jr arts festival so people like the fact that it's just it's fun you know there's a lot of dates when you're touring are not fun and suddenly be in the middle of all of that a for a lot of people it's being around kind of older peers it's a moment where it will everyone everyone involved in sort of entertainment industry really beyond the arts is is conohere whether it's for the tv festival or the book festival or whatever else and it's just a great meetingplace so it's a kind of a there are certain types of people who really likes us kind of festival environment and there are people who don't and i mean you of thinking that people get a ticket for various things we obviously you can buy a ticket to source of different things you hoping that people see the post office on the on the way out something else and book van next thing the idea of kind of group of crosspollination if someone wants to guncy you'll celebrating pull us to seventy th birthday great thing you hoping that people maybe on very familiar with on that benjamin clemens sign might kind of hero whisper around the auditorium and out of curiosity book some tickets to gun see him play.
"pj harvey" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly
"It depends only art form so everything it's like kind of trains leaving stations so things like opera programming house to be done two to three years irish orchestral programming of our two years eyes and then you get right up against it where you've things like popular music or casting actors is done right up against its own in fact were still kind of casting a few little things right up to the days before so yeah we kind of have these these parallel programming shedules depending on on the way the art forms work so we kinda thing of you waking up feverishly at three in the morning with a flash for inspiration guy we'll get so excited what with so insane it's going to be amazing but actually a lot of it is is timetabling as you said it's a little bit like running a railway as much as a big creative institution and festival people who are really good of got multiple options all the time they're always oversubscribed so there's always a moment where they're kinda going on which won only do you know so there's a lot of kind of flirtation and programming everyone's everyone's incredibly enthusiastic couple of years eyes and then as it gets nearer and nearer it's kind of reality time and so you're you're near constantly having those conversations and you know somebody might be saying i'd love to do that if that directors involved or a director mafia saying i'd like to do that if that actors involved so there's it's kind of chessen threeday during a bit of batting your eyelashes and you've got some great names from pop music venturing clement timed to printer for doing the val korean and pj harvey as well this year this is the thing 'cause you be finding a bounce may not bias left tend to music right there what about putting people together doing a bit of kinda kotra speed dating as he said the singer will good if this directive is going to be involved no the rest of it the most of those things come off.