Sunday, March 23, 2014


 "Financial power is based on the exploitation of precarious, cognitive labor: the general intellect in its present form of separation from the body.

The general intellect, in its present configuration, is fragmented and dispossessed of self-perception and self-consciousness.  Only the conscious mobilization of the erotic body of the general intellect, only the poetic revitalization of language, will open the way to the emergence of a new form of social autonomy."

-- Franco "Bifo" Berardi, The Uprising: On Poetry and Finance


Dixie Rothko -- St.  Paul & The Broken Bones
Intoxicated Rat -- The New Lost City Ramblers
Fat Cat Song (feat. Phat Kat) -- Slum Village
Xica Da Silva -- Jorge Ben
Take Me To Church -- Hozier
Feel It Again -- Prince Rama
Problem Areas -- Oneohtrix Point Never
Kokot Robi Piwo (A Cockerel Is Brewing Beer) -- Manugi
He She -- Oneohtrix Point Never
Avant-Guarded -- CURXES
Stricktly For The DJs -- Akrobatik
Why Don't You Eat Me Now, You Can -- Soko
Drinking Song -- Shanren
Jackson -- Bagatelle
The Most Immaculate Haircut -- Metronomy
Grass Is Greener -- St. Paul & The Broken Bones
Bi Li Tong -- Shanren
Out of the Black (feat. Robyn) -- Neneh Cherry
Public Love -- Planningtorock
Digital Witness -- St. Vincent
Mother Father -- Lurch & Chief
Na Piecu Oroł (He Ploughed On The Stove) -- Kapela Maliszów Band
Nature Boy -- Wild Beasts
Mess On a Mission -- Liars
Po Owsianej Słomie Deptoł (He Was Treading The Oat Straw) -- Fickowo Pokusa
$ + € -- SFDK & ToteKing
Blaw -- Positive Black Soul
Lilizela Mlilizela -- Mahlathini & The Mahotella Queens
XXX -- Bohicas
Haro-Haro -- Toba Batak Ensemble
Cigarette Daydreams -- Cage the Elephant
Blessing Song -- Cornelia Bowannie & Arliss Luna


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  3. Wow, Xica da Silva is a great music, and it tells a real story about a brazilian woman who came from Slavery to high society, against all odds for that time.