General Dome

Episode 20: El Partido Salchicha


It's an all dude festival of intellect that would do Bob Evans proud this week as the gang discusses new music from Buke & Gase, Foxygen and MY BLOODY VALENTINE, who,for better or for worse just released their first album in TWENTY TWO YEARS!

EPISODE 20: El Partido Salchicha






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My Bloody Valentine
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    SHOW NOTES

    1. Slow Jam Of The Week: Kenny Loggins - "Meet Me Halfway"

    2. Prince's New Jam: 3rdeyegirl.com

    Episode 20: El Partido Salchicha


    LIVE: Buke and Gase @ DC9 - 10/10/12

    It is tough to tell what you’re going to get from a Buke and Gase show.  Their sound is so unique - owing to their practice of using homemade hybrid instruments like the “toe-bourine” and, of course, the eponymous ”buke” and “gase”– that one can never be entirely sure what they will be bringing to the table on any given night.  However, the three things you can count on are: (1) it will be a one of a kind experience; (2) you will spend an inordinate amount of time trying to figure out how exactly two people manage to generate that much sound with those weird instruments; and (3) Arone Deyer’s voice will blow you away.

    What the audience got last Wednesday at DC9 was an eclectic,  high energy set that spanned the breadth of Buke and Gase’s growing catalog, from last year’s standout Riposte to the recently released Function Falls, as well as new material from the band’s forthcoming  LP General Dome.  Indeed, the band seemed to be experimenting with their material, eschewing the traditional concert flow (and overt promotion of their new EP) in favor of looser, more discursive sonic experiments.