6 Burst results for "Sarah Cracknell"
"sarah cracknell" Discussed on Bigmouth
"Matt and you're right. It still sound inexplicable how they did it. You don't know how they imagined. It will drop into the platelets for everybody k. And with that at the end of the podcast and it's closing time chatter. were be discussing. Ever can a special with ammo in the car park. Joe what's your closing time. Jeter minds a happy. Walnuts will call the happy. When i watched the bob ross documentary. The guy is joy painting the accidents. And i think we were talking earlier about you know Else documentary making and While there's no moral he's watching him. I didn't really understand the she a genius of bob. Ross and he's talks in a way that he talks directly to you as a viewer that that is. You know the hallmark of a great al-tv presents and that's something that we need a lot. More of what. I thought was really interesting about it. Was that it took away from the kind of stuff the i generally may be promo van golfing because there. And there's like a whole like folklore tradition. Quite kind of kitschy painting that you can do at home. That and i didn't realize bob ross was by far the first to do this as a whole lineage and there were these professors and i found all that stuff fascinating. I mean what happened. Then was that they had to put the dirt in about the business deals and the and all this is very murky and complicated and not very interesting so i think everyone should walk. Let the first hour of this dock and just realized this gene is a bob. Ross and then find peepshow. They call him. Gods which. I love jim. This but the jazz and ma he would watch the series i e series. They would watch it and say god zone. We can't talk now. Wow so there's a whole kind of the kind of injury. That the guys from your love bob ross. So the secret history of bob. Ross celebrates i am. I agree that the kind of angola of ood terrible crime especially isn't really very good. It's very interesting. bob ross. Himself is fascinating so he's very asmar's well just the very close to the mic very comforting voice. It's going to be fine a couple of lines in the clips that has been one was showing people how to make these paintings. Which as you say there that it's amazing that people could be taught to do this. They don't very good art in the says they're making say well it's incredibly. I'm sorry could for whatever the line that stood out was bumped broth saying she stood a little bit of delineations of. You never realized you had so much power did you. I'm on jesus. There's one amazing bit what he's doing a slightly darker painting. He's talking about the death of his one of the best arts. I mean because i used to do a little course. Radio people and arts presenters not teach back. Clark i would use that. That's astonishing astonishing. Isn't it yes basically bringing the tech warfare on. It's not uncomfortable. It's a human connection that maybe don't get by somebody standing there going in eighteen along the cart light interesting very cards. So i think the first hour and then going to authored about lost highway. What's the first hour and then just walk out and you closing time chatter. Mine is an astonishing news story that popped up this week rapper. Bugsy malone punched to strangers and broke their yours after he wrongly believed they intruded attacked. His home. accord has heard. The incident happened on the ninth of september two thousand eighteen. Nay the world black pudding throwing championships in ramsbotham. They're very kind of. What is this. I immediately thought of aki thump on the goodies with a black pudding weapons and it's bugsy malone the kind of beat my mind also goes back to the seven seas on pie fights. That's you know the world in which we live. There's a changing world in which we're living can contain rapper. Okay november delivered. Yap is staying course clearly. Having a bit of its next to the world black pudding throwing championships which i'm glad still exists is a bit of a waste of blood pudding. But i'm still exists to. This is this is the britain wanted to. Yeah well you do his nine hundred ninety seven again sarah. What closing time chatter. Very little to say really moving on from the goodies or more the goodies during the lockdown of united been using instagram Am i clicked phone. Some camp video is about a month ago an everyday on inundated with cap videos which some slightly mind. But i can't stop watching. It really. did the cat going into the post office tower kitten kong. Go to the post office. Particularly the last person to say cat videos in closing time chatter in the only other time was terry whole special cities. You and terry having you can feel it comes up to up and coming on how about you show almost ios nine is i want the question out especially to sarah actually is this week. I found that you know that. I do are put on maximum things like that. Someone sent me a picture of a tattoo that they'd had done based on one of my illustrations worst. Oh my god. And i've not seen that before it's rob. Why pitcher but they they go name with the maga whatever. It was to the tattoos on their arms. I want to ask sarah all that. People with some asean tattoos in the world. And is there a picture of you on. Someone's arm all back. Baco knee or something that that's a lovely man who holder loping mentioned on this but hoped my and he's the whole of fox pay south tattoos on his car and he's he's what numerous sent now and it's responsibility. How does it make you feel unsure. But you can't take it off so when you signed off on the all work for the album words and music by saints saint-sebastien which has got a huge map. Nicola full of streets named very pop songs. Did you think pulled. This is going to space left for this gigantic man and that would be a bit intricate for tattoos. Were the special skills. Metadata sean. If somebody's put that on your arm do you have copyright in their own it. I think it's going to be legal tangle between my lawyers and there's a major slice it goes gotta be bob. Ross all over again and yeah and that's the end of the focused. Thank you so much to the amazing sarah cracknell and the marvelous john mullin for being part of the all new culture bunker. Thank you thank you. It's an absolute joy. I've been trying to tell. You is an all good record shops now. And i believe the blu ray of the artist of maccagnan all the dvd's debatable t the film. Yes wonderful because it is absolutely beautiful beautiful film and it's got some really beautiful people in it. It's not difficult. Thanks for listening for me. Andrew producer. Alex reece to our i ever culture bunker. We will see you next week. The culture bunka was produced and presented by andrew harrison.
"sarah cracknell" Discussed on Bigmouth
"Wonderfully surprised. I think the thing to do to. All sniff is and this into a single playlist. And just put it on shuffle. So you'll be you'll be taken to help yourself. They broke zero so pomodoro techniques. Twenty minutes of art school girlfriend concentrating. Get three minutes of ammo and then back again. What what's pep talk will you've got to lift weights then you to go and play chess or something. Yes wrote eroding cases in that resembled. Wristwatches me one. My favorite facts is. The videos are made by long term collaborator. He's called tom dream. Gracie's tom dream. Isn't that wonderful. So we're giving this a hearty thumbs up about me. I thought it was fantastic. Finally we've going to be asking top pop celebrity guests to choose favorite reputable time and tells why sarah crichton love saint jesse and what is your favorite reputable time. Why is it when you asked me this question article. Oh go. I say the same one law. But then i'd be lying if i didn't say what my favorite so My favorite record is reformed by david essay. I just loved it. I think the whole on get now the name of the producer which received a heated war. The wealth what's his name way. Thank you and it. Just the most extraordinary sounding option. I've ever heard probably to this day in a and so engaging and clean sound so unusual and so is just amazing and had a crush on david. Essex gobi wheel. I remember actually asking for the david essex's album christmas from my dad's friends unequal. David cassidy album. Yeah it's just extraordinary sounding. And i think santa today as being fantastic production-wise both everything best record. It's basically a dope record featuring a look in heartthrob. Yeah it's like it's a save lee scratch. Perry were to get hold of other. No we've got it or something and matt and you're right. It still sound inexplicable how they did it. You don't know how they imagined. It will drop.
"sarah cracknell" Discussed on Bigmouth
"Art school. Go friend aka welsh multi instrumentalist polly mackey. She releases debut. Is it late where you are shoe as electro which is perhaps as far away from punk because you can be a little bit of admin music licensing for tightening up the mind which means unfortunately we can't play as many bits of music as we used to but we will put everything in spotify playlist which you can find in the show notes on your app. Here's amil and the sniffs with security. Let's start with comfort to me. And i'm in the sniffers sarah. A fan things liscensing. I managed to songs. I only the phrase that kept coming into my mom. I can eat a whole one. I you know. I like to. It's just i suppose he's just not necessarily mine my thing ally cuda and i like the idea of my you know it's it's just sorry. Just no absolutely mind thing. Not something you find. There are thirteen songs on this. They're not long but because their thirteenth. Maybe that's also why you may feel that you're getting some steaks and then just didn't finish it so my homework not to worry john. You say you've been listening to this on. Repeat a half. I definitely take sarah's point although it's definitely album best in short blasts i mean you're the guy with the know they're putting track guided by angels and energy and it goes and it's such a tempo think do i need you almost. Don't need any more demon in energy and anger and all these buzzwords but there is something if you go back to repeat the there are a lot of melodies that do so we'll get stuck in your head and it has this sort of i find a lot with You know it's not it's not. It's obviously drawing on kind of american hardcore black flank but it's very clean and the vocals vocals a pushed at really high so she's really engaging and so the do get stuck in there but i i find it. I definitely agree that it's an album. You should play like three songs off and then and then sort of and then so get your energy blasts and then go back to it later on. I mean i. I mean i was looking at my one of my favorite bands a minor threat. The first us hardcore junior. How much in total recorded music. They released not wear a lot. It's forty seven minutes late albums. I bet there's about four. Ap's every minute and it's about feels to me like perfect in a way you don't thirteenth songs. And that's not really you know epidemic. She'd be like amid minutes long. So so yeah. We're all busy people albums like protein for the whole what mine threaten our whole career us. Yeah amy says four of us. Which is the band of. He spent most of twenty twenty enclosed by pandemic authority and a three bedroom rental. Can you feel that andrew sorts is even more severe than aspen. Am and then look the entire country off and this now yeah yeah and i think he can but i think it just accentuates and revise perhaps the raging teenage angst since he's teenager anymore she's clearly fully. And how is it that this record is about. This is not my kind of thing that said i did really enjoy. I think they're really good thing. They are at noisy but also quite clever beneath annoys. John's rises really beautifully producer. Almost feels pop. It's manages to be nauseous. How will very very easy on the air. She's a brilliant central person singing in a completely unabashed australian broke as loves. You like 'em well. I found interesting about it was for all the. Hey you put them on thursday. It's packed with healthy messages about life and society including the dangers of workaho below woman. Yes which which up to stop. You can't even name points A hilarious called maggots. Some people markets. Malin title was meghan. Sticky mega in me. Like okay. fine. You go without one that the air don't need you to love me. Close brackets song of the year. So karen carpenter punk certainly as the closing track snakes. Which is i guess in the lakes or metaphorical with the idea being assaulted by. It's probably closer to home in australia. Isn't it yes. Yes i yeah. You're more likely than here. The truck we played security. Which i'm going to have to power vice security. Let me and your pogo does looking for love can always take deliberately a singing. This a real sweetness to this is why should such an engaging pets. 'cause he's known this she's not just a kind of nail listrik bollocks to everything he's not as vicious knuckle is. This stuff is going on here. And she's got yvone still going on the front but wait. I'm posters inside sarah. Yeah special women are always yes. I think it's incredibly sweet. And she's wonderful she also named checks jamie will from rough trade records texting jamie. Where's the party because he does all the parties. There's things like that that. Make it so real. It's like the runaways cross with peng. I think she's brilliant. And i having seen them live wants. Is that thing of you. Just never forget it. That's why you need to hit music. So i understand. I actually found this. I did it in chunks in the found it too much because i'm too old but a sold at the windmill and she is just. It's just pitch perfect. She's already and so funny. I mean some of the titles of the job. This is sonko blowjobs. There's a song called jack. Donna anger and stole my push his spot someone they can have bicycle and just she's just absolutely fantastic idea. Really of her they go. It's bad good example gilbert. Yeah absolutely we agree. That she is amazing is a healthy. The a bunch of people in their fifties some of us quite like this record when we should be discussing graceful. we right. We're gonna move on to the gentler musical slips of art school girlfriend out this weekend. Is it like where you are comprises tens which detail the end of a relationship and a move to a new city yes. It's a breakup album andrew harrison. We aware of art school go from before. This album was just intrigued by the concept. She's cold oscar girlfriend because he's got an all school girlfriends. Thinks think she had one she will now this. Lgbtq shoe gays aren't and i've worked tremendously. Well there's loads of swathes of washing electronica washing around all over the place extreme. Subtlety in the arrangements but also kind of the kind of mega grandeur of the my valentine end of chemical maybe with a voice that is very listen to quite tracy thorny on Extremely evocative i think how much of wrexham is in this now idea but it just very very original beautiful. Actually the way slightly connects to the new album. Because there's quite a late. Nineties remix fatal. Yeah you got to his six wins. Twenty six mixes for cash. Go on hair. I think yes lodi for in the bar. Talk sarah. What does yeah a lot. More to save more ant from other liberty leica voices that kind of the same tone The london brahma your time time. I really really liked and women and doing harangue thing am i. i'm imagining. She does pretty much everything on guessing. I haven't read the infused with her. If i've read she does. It's it's all down which is bringing will champion. Not all the way through my meister but hey these are big lady. Lead electronic sean. You know trump eating women ready to gauge called just be bold blokes forever. No no and it won't be i've before listening to this. I really did think this is not going to be my cup of tea. It's going to be the lower end cap power. Someone's going to be mumbling. They're going to be sitting back to the audience if you ever see them live and it's going to be so embarrassed and shamed of itself an i love this. I just you know a couple of songs in you go. I'm not sure. And then you can kind of these monster imo courses coming out of something that's actually is really beautifully turned really textured and something is ten songs than they could all sound the same. You know that because there may be the same in the same studio with the same equipment and yet there is so much movement within them and their pop songs underneath a bit. Like amil in sniffers. I think i i just hoover this up as well. It's job useful. And he's saying the racist and editing. There is a thing about. This is something rather than being. Literal is a break-up album. But you don't have to be sad to this breaking up with anyone tolan. I think this is absolutely glorious. I was really really pleasantly and wonderfully surprised. I think the thing to do to. All sniff is and this into a single playlist. And just put it on shuffle. So you'll be you'll be taken to help yourself..
Saint Etiennes Sarah Cracknell on Making an Album in Lockdown
"So we're gonna talk about the short while but firstly you get everybody in the band in different parts of the country now. Euro urine oxford. If you just said pete wiggs in. Hove actually bob. Stump is bradford. How did you go about making this record. When you all geographically distributed all zoom like we have to do everything these days Yeah we used to share. I mean we to concern about the kind of feeling of the record. What we wanted it to say proper now. Kind of very complicated concept. If you that but with the idea is what would happen was the pete send may music might count with some bits of melody as few words not many words on the record and we just share ideas and then come to edit them so was it was kind of made you on a computer in the manner of the ancient art method exquisite corpse. What person does a bit puzzled. Saudi else they fiddle with it. I guess posture out your cupcakes constantly. Just mentioned that this album about memory and optimism that that time between nineteen hundred. Seventy two thousand and one. The labor party just won an election. Victory it's this little little island of of Things might not be dreadful. What generated us. We must algae feeling. Was it being separated from the rest of the land at having to do it through the window at it. I think there is an element to fat. An it's about thinking time you remember. That was optimistic. Seemed like great things happening. And it's about how your memory gets you'd over time and i think we'll probably look back home. The last eighteen months two years with that. Same kind of feeling you know. There's some bits of being looked down. The i really love the very first day over the us and did a lot of making bread out with the teens in watching boats sets and stuff in them but yet you know. I'll probably just remember as bits in a few years time in older the credits but Yet it's about memory and how it gets mixed up in your mind
"sarah cracknell" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"See what's under that so say yes. Yeah no i. I think it's more like sort of micro communities rather than macro community hot. Maybe she just talked briefly about some to chen just because well. I'm very fond of sunset. Chen and also. I should mention the connection. What we just what you were. Just saying mall simon's but rex romania which was such a great I think if sunset jan and the way a little bit in the Reminded we've we've added this piece euros about must've the earliest pieces Observe when fox based alpha was about come on. You mentioned that earlier. And it's just the i mean. I love the sort of details. The bulb signing pete wiggs had known each other since the age of two and it's been had been fantasizing about making pop music almost since then and then say they they play instruments so they hung melodic ideas into tycoon. Gather a few records beats all sounds that they want to sample and then going to the studio and the record i remember. I like many people because this is what they did. Neil young song. Only love can break johar with sarah senior each according to you. It took two hours recording. Eighty pounds cost eight pounds. And it's just it's a fantastic record and they made a number of these just wonderful singles and you locate them in you know in the sorts of pop tradition. You mentioned jerry may go. They mention joe. Make and bob says we like pop because it's fast instance glamorous rock groups like with doors lack huma and suffered delusions of messiah-like. Grandia i mean. I still toronto rock ism reborn. Isn't it absolutely i. I i thought was based on the same interview longer. Introduced for manatee mike. They were really deepens. And i felt like i got the key to paris as it was when they said they just didn't understand What was to be enjoyed about it. That they don't like is messy and they're always like northern soul. And this french. Go pulp of this extent. Dane t- classically stretching. Anything kind of you know. I mean i think the doors have love humor at at glorious sound awful delusions of grandeur but it does delusions grand. I'm thinking of like perry farrell. You took me see jane's addiction at brixton accountability Go into neo. Can it was a sort of messiah kind of a false messiah because we also went soliloquies right into the first pleasure in new jersey. Exactly exactly but i love what science at an and he will sustain this piece to something very english about them despite the inferences inspector Lavar i was thought they were like to better session of what britain Was than there was the way it was world waste early pulp essien and had a much wider. It was like an englishness. very english. Started lights you know. Like the continents writes things from france and boston over ecuador's and and you know it wasn't doggedly stuck on this kinks beatles vices slate kind of matrix brit pop and lots of lots of really lovely songs. I mean nothing can stop us is is. I love the way that's put together anyway. They have a new album out. I think next week cool. I've been trying to tell you. Have you sort of kept up with them through that many records now i think the last one i heard was the one that has the song is out a of celebration of life three music on the loretta. The records that you might have liked and memories of seemed that she's been off stops the opening song. I kept telling him since the first two ones very Knows the records. The sound of wolves Which adult grown up in. I loved that record. I mean how we used to live. The on on the record is like nine minutes. Long tons of this really sorts of rapturous. Kind of. don't see saying that the end isla are very very fond of them. In a pantheon of unlikely. Popstov i think bob stanley you know As done sounds very high. And i hope to be on the something about sarah cracknell very well. They're very unique.
"sarah cracknell" Discussed on Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound
"It's hard to say it's because i'm deprived of a good dancefloor at the moment. But since the beginning of the pandemic. I've been daydreaming about one of the first gloves i ever went to a locker. In my hometown of some from a design point of view it would be difficult to celebrate it as a masterpiece but from a pure fund point of view. I thought it was delightful. It was one of those clubs some paul. We've a wonderful eclectic crowd where the young gay kids with mixed with everyone from goff's to sex workers. They were all in there. My favorite night was on sundays. The playlist ranged from depeche mode to spice girls to brazilian kids. Tv presenter shusha the cavernous club had luke cover regional haunted house but with happier music. The flora's black concrete and there was a space that looks similar to boxing ring but rather than punches being thrown. That was the place where drag queens would come to perform. Their late nights catches a look was made like a labyrinth but it's enormous interiors meant. There was always a cosy corner to be found. It wasn't one of those corners that i discovered caffeine leave hobby by the late model barges brazilian band. I used to love as well as many other. Excellent artists static of the club was inspired by alice. In the wonderland not your version of vitamins. Dad with no regard for minimalism. From my memory there were no air conditioners but only half to ventilators to help out doing those hot summer nights. The club was so important to police this then in the year. Two thousand former mayor. Marta suplicy included the club on her campaign trail. She was duly elected. Of course my dancing day drinks other clubs have been featuring to the small and intimate trash palace in london so one of the first places. I went dancing after moving to london. It too was a narrow sweaty lebron but the music and the crowd was so incredible or for those that need a bit more space to dance. Gigantic clubs like their stories. Bring to mind. I mean even madonna performed there more recently are staking by different clubbing experience in lisbon. I went dancing at a sixties inspired austin powers as venue which looked incredible and while the average person in the crowd was a good thirty years older than me. They all definitely knew how to dance. The lacquered haired ladies is still have me trying to imitate some of their best moves. I could reminisce endlessly about the fun of head over the years in clubs all over the world but oh this is to say that i believe clubs play an essential part in a cities. Branding i mean would want to visit a city without a good dancefloor a cities night. Economy should never be ignored. It's the reason so. Many cities are employing the services of a nightmare to make sure that what happens after dark continues to make the city a better place to be but even the global pandemic pulling the plug on deejays and the growing popularity of dating apps. Signaling the death of dancing for some. I have a feeling that clubs will be eternal. You just can't beat the power of the dance floor. Thanks to fernando augusta per shekar. There reminding us while we've missed dance floors just so much and thanks also of course to my producer holly fischer. We'll be back next week. We'll be chatting to sarah cracknell from senate hearing about new lp but until then for me robert bounds. Thank you very much the tuning it..