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Post by Carys » Wed Jul 31, 2013 16:31

Ah - that must be why it sounded so good! ;-)

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Re: Indietracks discos

Post by Paul » Wed Jul 31, 2013 19:01

I really enjoyed whoever played "Underage Disco" by Red Shoe Diaries in the shed on the Friday night. That was brilliant.

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Re: Indietracks discos

Post by indiehorse » Fri Aug 02, 2013 18:33

So the format of our Anorak Nottingham Sunday night campsite disco was as follows: there was four of us DJing - Me, Jamie, Josey and Paula. Jamie and I DJed together, and Paula and Josie DJed together, swapping around at roughly half-hour intervals. When I was DJing with Jamie, he'd play one and then I'd play one. At some point Jamie went AWOL and I DJed on my own - I think that was just for like the last half hour, but my memory is hazy. Anyway, I played these songs:

The Delgardos: Under Canvas Under Wraps
MJ Hibbett: Being Happy Doesn't Make You Stupid
Humousexual: No Borders
Sonic Youth: Kool Thing
Mission of Burma: That's How I Escaped My Certain Fate
Belle and Sebastian: Le Pastie De La Bougeoisie
The Deirdres: Milk Is Politics
Weezer: The Sweater Song
The Mighty Mighty Bosstones: The Impression That I Get
Sultans of Ping FC: Where's Me Jumper?
The Smiths: The Headmaster Rituals
Herman Dune: I wish that I could see you soon
The Deirdres: Fun to Pretend
The Moldy Peaches: Who's Got The Crack
Neutral Milk Hotel: Holland, 1945
Hefner: The Day That Thatcher Died
Idlewild: Actually It's Darkness
Suede: Animal Nitrate
OMD: Enola Gay
The Cure: Just Like Heaven
Belle and Sebastian: Lazy Line Painter Jane
Dusty Springfield: Son of a Preacher Man
Dexys Midnight Runners: Geno

I may have played other songs too. Who knows.

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Re: Indietracks discos

Post by boney » Fri Aug 02, 2013 20:23

Paul wrote:I really enjoyed whoever played "Underage Disco" by Red Shoe Diaries in the shed on the Friday night. That was brilliant.
That was Emily. That's been a proper club favourite down our way. Well, when we've managed to do our night regular anyway.

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Re: Indietracks discos

Post by mimpkin » Fri Aug 02, 2013 20:31

James, I thought Jamie only played about 4 songs and then disappeared but as you say things were very hazy by that point.

Josey and I played the following (list not in order) . . .

pulp - razzamatazz
pulp - lipgloss
human league - don't you want me
elvis costello - i can't stand up for falling down
hefner - the day that thatcher died
b52s - rock lobster
mohammed rafi - jaan pehchaan ho
blur - popscene
the only ones - another girl an other planet
aztec camera - pillar to post
siouxsie and the banshees - hong kong garden
hidden cameras - ban marriage
british sea power - waving flags
moustache of insanity - we need more awesome
martha - gretna green
undertones - here comes the summer
onsind - mildred
graham coxon - i can't look at you skin
town bike - jerk with new shoes
kenickie - punka
sea urchins - pristine christine
sugar - if i can't change your mind
camera obscura - lloyd i'm ready to be heartbroken
spearmint - sweeping the nation
pains of being pure at heart - young adult friction
withered hand - heart heart

I can remember odd lovely moments . . . Massive Mohammed Rafi excitement from Sandy. (I think?). A bunch of boys going a bit mental to Waving Flags (BSP teeshirt in there somewhere) Josey getting a little emotional at Don't You Want Me. Boney and others bellowing the words to I Can't Look at Your Skin with us. Panicking about what to put on after Punka and putting on Popscene which seemed a good choice - my turn to get a little emotional. Hilarious dancing with the funny French man who kept asking us to play the Fall. Oh and the girl on the chair in the air, the man up the pole and glittery stuff! Thank you all so much for dancing with us, it was such fun! If anyone wants us to do that again anywhere I'd be up for it! :)
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Re: Indietracks discos

Post by velveteen » Sat Aug 03, 2013 13:13

sunday night was truly amazing!

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Re: Indietracks discos

Post by boney » Sat Aug 03, 2013 13:15

Our lot played:

(Rob)
Baxendale - Music for Girls
The Lucksmiths - T-Shirt Weather
Orange Juice - Wan Light
Jens Lekman - An Argument With Myself
Spearmint - Scottish Pop-
The Jesus and Mary Chain - Far Gone and Out
The Wedding Present - Why Are You Being So Reasonable Now?
Felt - Sunlight Bathed in the Golden Glow
The Brilliant Corners - Why Do You Have To Go Out with Him?
Ballboy - I Wonder If You're Drunk Enough To Sleep With Me Tonight
The Magnetic Fields - Andrew in Drag
Super Morrissey Brothers - This Charming Man
Hefner - Pull Yourself Together
Tullycraft - Twee

(Emily)
Prolapse - Headless in a Beat Motel
Chin Chin - Dark Days
Carambolage - Tu Doch Nicht So
Hot Butter - Popcorn
"Can't Hug Every Cat"
Die Doraus & Die Marinas - Fred Vom Jupiter
The What Four - I'm Gonna Destroy That Boy
Red Shoe Diaries - Underage Disco
Summer Hunter - Look at What They've Done
Cindy & Bert - Der Hund Von Baskerville
The Rattles - The Witch

(Craig)
Mikrofisch - Let's Kiss & Listen To Bis
Tullycraft - Lost In Light Rotation
Hefner - Hello Kitten
The Garlands - Throw Away This Day
Suburban Kids With Biblical Names - Seems To Be On My Mind
All Girl Summer Fun Band - Later Operator
Summer Cats - Paperweight
Bob Hund - Istället För Musik: Förvirring
Halo Benders - Don't Touch My Bikini
Mambo Taxi - Do You Always Dress Like That In Front Of Other People's Boyfriends
Pushy Parents - Secret Secret
Icona Pop - I Love It
Hidden Cameras - Ban Marriage
Magnetic Fields - Luckiest Guy On The Lower East Side

I can't remember all of mine *looks accusingly at Cheddar Valley cider*

'Jaan Pehechaan Ho' was awesomeness! Emily also wanted this asserted for the record.
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Re: Indietracks discos

Post by dinosaurgerms » Sat Aug 03, 2013 13:55

RITH wrote:I have vague memories of dancing to 'Later operator' by All Girl Summer Fun Band. Saturday maybe?
It was played in the shed on friday and at the campsite disco on saturday. I remember saturday I had just taken off my rainsoaked AGSFB-shirt. I should go out dancing to indie music more. Or deejay it. Anyone in for hiring someone? After Jaan Pechaan Ho I would've been happy with a full hour of bollywood songs (Bhaag D.K. Bose should be part of every indie disco) and the new Technics turntables made me thinking I could do an all 7" night.

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Re: Indietracks discos

Post by dinosaurgerms » Sat Aug 03, 2013 13:59

Also happy to hear that in the end The Get Up Kids did get played on sunday. To me this means harassing the lovely dj's is a good strategy after all, even though I ultimately didn't hear the song.

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Re: Indietracks discos

Post by gareth go ape » Mon Aug 05, 2013 11:44

'Later Operator' was also played on Friday? Oops! I missed that. I purposely tried not to play the same songs as the other DJs. ....With the exception of Icona Pop, as I heard that was actively encouraged to be played by everyone!!

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Re: Indietracks discos

Post by RITH » Mon Aug 05, 2013 12:16

boney wrote:Our lot played:

(Rob)
Baxendale - Music for Girls
The Lucksmiths - T-Shirt Weather
Orange Juice - Wan Light
Jens Lekman - An Argument With Myself
Spearmint - Scottish Pop-
The Jesus and Mary Chain - Far Gone and Out
The Wedding Present - Why Are You Being So Reasonable Now?
Felt - Sunlight Bathed in the Golden Glow
The Brilliant Corners - Why Do You Have To Go Out with Him?
Ballboy - I Wonder If You're Drunk Enough To Sleep With Me Tonight
The Magnetic Fields - Andrew in Drag
Super Morrissey Brothers - This Charming Man
Hefner - Pull Yourself Together
Tullycraft - Twee

(Emily)
Prolapse - Headless in a Beat Motel
Chin Chin - Dark Days
Carambolage - Tu Doch Nicht So
Hot Butter - Popcorn
"Can't Hug Every Cat"
Die Doraus & Die Marinas - Fred Vom Jupiter
The What Four - I'm Gonna Destroy That Boy
Red Shoe Diaries - Underage Disco
Summer Hunter - Look at What They've Done
Cindy & Bert - Der Hund Von Baskerville
The Rattles - The Witch

(Craig)
Mikrofisch - Let's Kiss & Listen To Bis
Tullycraft - Lost In Light Rotation
Hefner - Hello Kitten
The Garlands - Throw Away This Day
All Girl Summer Fun Band - Later Operator
Summer Cats - Paperweight
Bob Hund - Istället För Musik: Förvirring
Halo Benders - Don't Touch My Bikini
Mambo Taxi - Do You Always Dress Like That In Front Of Other People's Boyfriends
Pushy Parents - Secret Secret
Icona Pop - I Love It
Hidden Cameras - Ban Marriage
Magnetic Fields - Luckiest Guy On The Lower East Side

I can't remember all of mine *looks accusingly at Cheddar Valley cider*

'Jaan Pehechaan Ho' was awesomeness! Emily also wanted this asserted for the record.
Which was the percussive song that also had some whistling in it, if I remember correctly? I think it was played after 'An argument with myself'.

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Re: Indietracks discos

Post by stolenwine » Mon Aug 05, 2013 23:26

mimpkin wrote: Massive Mohammed Rafi excitement from Sandy. (I think?).
yup, that was me! :) i was with 2 other hindi-speakers/understanders so we got a little too excited because we were drunk. also because it's an awesome song!

sunday was amazing. i'm sure i've said that already but just saying it again.
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Re: Indietracks discos

Post by boney » Mon Aug 05, 2013 23:28

RITH wrote:
boney wrote:Our lot played:

(Rob)
Baxendale - Music for Girls
The Lucksmiths - T-Shirt Weather
Orange Juice - Wan Light
Jens Lekman - An Argument With Myself
Spearmint - Scottish Pop-
The Jesus and Mary Chain - Far Gone and Out
The Wedding Present - Why Are You Being So Reasonable Now?
Felt - Sunlight Bathed in the Golden Glow
The Brilliant Corners - Why Do You Have To Go Out with Him?
Ballboy - I Wonder If You're Drunk Enough To Sleep With Me Tonight
The Magnetic Fields - Andrew in Drag
Super Morrissey Brothers - This Charming Man
Hefner - Pull Yourself Together
Tullycraft - Twee

(Emily)
Prolapse - Headless in a Beat Motel
Chin Chin - Dark Days
Carambolage - Tu Doch Nicht So
Hot Butter - Popcorn
"Can't Hug Every Cat"
Die Doraus & Die Marinas - Fred Vom Jupiter
The What Four - I'm Gonna Destroy That Boy
Red Shoe Diaries - Underage Disco
Summer Hunter - Look at What They've Done
Cindy & Bert - Der Hund Von Baskerville
The Rattles - The Witch

(Craig)
Mikrofisch - Let's Kiss & Listen To Bis
Tullycraft - Lost In Light Rotation
Hefner - Hello Kitten
The Garlands - Throw Away This Day
All Girl Summer Fun Band - Later Operator
Summer Cats - Paperweight
Bob Hund - Istället För Musik: Förvirring
Halo Benders - Don't Touch My Bikini
Mambo Taxi - Do You Always Dress Like That In Front Of Other People's Boyfriends
Pushy Parents - Secret Secret
Icona Pop - I Love It
Hidden Cameras - Ban Marriage
Magnetic Fields - Luckiest Guy On The Lower East Side

I can't remember all of mine *looks accusingly at Cheddar Valley cider*

'Jaan Pehechaan Ho' was awesomeness! Emily also wanted this asserted for the record.
Which was the percussive song that also had some whistling in it, if I remember correctly? I think it was played after 'An argument with myself'.
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Re: Indietracks discos

Post by RITH » Tue Aug 06, 2013 08:44

Ah, of course! I own that record, but haven't heard it for ages. Thanks! That one certainly got me dancing.

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Re: Indietracks discos

Post by SophieC » Tue Aug 06, 2013 18:46

indiehorse wrote:So the format of our Anorak Nottingham Sunday night campsite disco was as follows: there was four of us DJing - Me, Jamie, Josey and Paula. Jamie and I DJed together, and Paula and Josie DJed together, swapping around at roughly half-hour intervals. When I was DJing with Jamie, he'd play one and then I'd play one. At some point Jamie went AWOL and I DJed on my own - I think that was just for like the last half hour, but my memory is hazy. Anyway, I played these songs:

The Delgardos: Under Canvas Under Wraps
MJ Hibbett: Being Happy Doesn't Make You Stupid
Humousexual: No Borders
Sonic Youth: Kool Thing
Mission of Burma: That's How I Escaped My Certain Fate
Belle and Sebastian: Le Pastie De La Bougeoisie
The Deirdres: Milk Is Politics
Weezer: The Sweater Song
The Mighty Mighty Bosstones: The Impression That I Get
Sultans of Ping FC: Where's Me Jumper?
The Smiths: The Headmaster Rituals
Herman Dune: I wish that I could see you soon
The Deirdres: Fun to Pretend
The Moldy Peaches: Who's Got The Crack
Neutral Milk Hotel: Holland, 1945
Hefner: The Day That Thatcher Died
Idlewild: Actually It's Darkness
Suede: Animal Nitrate
OMD: Enola Gay
The Cure: Just Like Heaven
Belle and Sebastian: Lazy Line Painter Jane
Dusty Springfield: Son of a Preacher Man
Dexys Midnight Runners: Geno

I may have played other songs too. Who knows.
Word to the independent horse. Off the top of my head i played:

Joan Jett - Bad Reputation
Modern Lovers - Government Centre
Ballboy - Avant Garde Music
The Get Up Kids - 30 Seconds (La-Di-Da proving that lengthy and sustained bullying of DJs combined with provision of said song via CD are a potent combination)
The Thermals - Pillar of Salt
The Smiths - Paint a Vulgar Picture (note never play this outside of a Smiths' disco as it's like 7 minutes long and you notice that it's actually kind of a dirge)
Where's Me Jumper - Sultans of Ping FC (i think i played this not the independent horse, but i was pissed so who knows)
Possibly some Devo or Los Campesinos!, dunno like i said i was pissed.

Apologies for not playing Hedwig, Defiance: Ohio or Dolly Parton as fully intended. goes quickly doesn't it?

it's probably a good thing i did go AWOL at the point i did otherwise there's a real possibility that Ned's Atomic Dustbin would have been played

shout out to my fellow DJs who dealt who deal commendably with their spontaneous outsourcing. Mighty Mighty Bosstones and Mohammed Rafi inspired stuff.
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Re: Indietracks discos

Post by indiehorse » Tue Aug 06, 2013 19:45

JamieC wrote:Where's Me Jumper - Sultans of Ping FC (i think i played this not the independent horse, but i was pissed so who knows)
If I played it, it was off one of your CDs, so you can take credit for it either way. I thought I picked it though - possibly as the song after the Get Up Kids, when you said "we need a corker now" or words to that affect.

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Re: Indietracks discos

Post by SophieC » Tue Aug 06, 2013 20:00

indiehorse wrote:
JamieC wrote:Where's Me Jumper - Sultans of Ping FC (i think i played this not the independent horse, but i was pissed so who knows)
If I played it, it was off one of your CDs, so you can take credit for it either way. I thought I picked it though - possibly as the song after the Get Up Kids, when you said "we need a corker now" or words to that affect.
ah, that sounds familiar enough to be true, though we're pretty much a symbiotic djing organism so my choice is yours etc. though every one is now saying they we're bang into the get up kids even though it was just jaynie and one other guy totally losing their shit. it's the new pistols at the 100 club.
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Re: Indietracks discos

Post by RITH » Wed Aug 07, 2013 08:15

I had a fantastic time at the discos, but I have to admit I'd expected more indiepop (without wanting to go into a discussion of what's indiepop). I danced to great indiepop songs every night, but I think only Another Sunny Day made them their main ingredient, and the other discos only mixed an indiepop song in occasionally, if at all.

I'm really not complaining because I had so much fun. But for me it was the very first time in my life (as it was for more people, I think, or at least the only time in a year) to attend any 'indiepop' discos and I was surprised by the low percentage of indiepop.

One of my favourite work avoidance behaviours is making playlists for imaginary indiepop discos. How lame is that? You got to work with what you have. If one day Indietracks asks me for a disco, at least I'll be well-prepared (on paper...).

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Post by Murray » Wed Aug 07, 2013 11:51

RITH wrote:I had a fantastic time at the discos, but I have to admit I'd expected more indiepop (without wanting to go into a discussion of what's indiepop). I danced to great indiepop songs every night, but I think only Another Sunny Day made them their main ingredient, and the other discos only mixed an indiepop song in occasionally, if at all.

I'm really not complaining because I had so much fun. But for me it was the very first time in my life (as it was for more people, I think, or at least the only time in a year) to attend any 'indiepop' discos and I was surprised by the low percentage of indiepop.

One of my favourite work avoidance behaviours is making playlists for imaginary indiepop discos. How lame is that? You got to work with what you have. If one day Indietracks asks me for a disco, at least I'll be well-prepared (on paper...).
I know we didn't do a disco - next year though, next year - but Andy and I include plenty of indiepop in our selections:

Come Again DJs - Playlists

Friday 26th

Post-Big Wave
Butthole Surfers - Pepper
Joanna Gruesome - Secret Surprise
Imperial Teen - Butch
Betty and the Werewolves - Heathcliff
Wire - Ex-Lion Tamer
Helen Love - Punk Boy
Dweeb - One Hit Wonder
Parallelograms - 1-2-3 Go!
The Ballet - In My Head

Post-Tuts
Bikini Kill - Rebel Girl
Soft Cell - Chips On My Shoulder
Sea Lions - On and On
Hard Skin - Sausage Man
Fireworks - The Things That You Said
The pUKES - Because You're Young

Saturday 27th

Pre-Art Club
June y los Sobrenaturales - Soy un Superheroe
The Proctors - Perfect World
The Artisans - Tolerance
The Springfields - Million Tears
The Math and Physics Club - We're So DIY
The Bartlebees - Angela Jones
Television Personalities - I Remeber Bridget Riley
Scotland Yard Gospel Choir - I Never Thought I Could Feel This Way About A Boy
Le Pequena Suiza - Pontevedra
Velvet Crush - Drive Me Down
Small Factory - Hi Howard I'm Back
Northern Portrait - The Fallen Aristocracy
The Brady Bunch - It's A Sunshine Day
Boonaraaas - Turn Her Down

(Some other stuff got played but Andy didn't make a note of it)

Pre-Tunabunny

Camper Van Beethoven - Take The Skinheads Bowling
Oh OK - Lilting
Tullycraft - Rumble of the Gang Debs
Gold-Bears - All Those Years
Junior Varsity - Bam B-B-Bam Bam Bam
The Hidden Cameras - I Want Another Enema
Pylon - Working Is No Problem
Yo La Tengo - Upside Down
Golden Starlet - Hot Stuff

Pre-Understudies
Altered Images - See Those Eyes
The Go-Betweens - Surfing Magazines
Comet Gain - You Can Hide Your Love Forever
The Sharonettes - Papa Oom Mow Mow

(A mix cd was played for the rest of the afternoon/evening)

Sunday 28th

Pre-Seabirds
The Bats - Best Friend's Brain
I'm From Barcelona - Britney
Melody's Echo Chamber - Be Proud Of Your Kids
The Liminanas - Je suis une Go-Go Girl
Armitage Shanks - Louie Louie Music
Jilted John - Going Steady
Cliff Warwich and the Dollybeats - Sindy
McCarthy - Red Sleeping Beauty
Rodney Allen - Circle Line
King of Cats - Recorded on a Plane, in the High Desert and Seattle
Idalia Boyd - Hula Hoppin'
Brian - You Don't Want a Boyfriend
Bright - Poppy Day
Boris Gardiner - Elizabethan Reggae
April Showers - Abandon Ship
Barracudas - Summer Fun
White Wires - Let's Go To The Beach
The Travoltas - I Like To Walk Around
Orca Team - If...
O Level - Everybody's On Revolver Tonight
Louise Cordet - Don't Let The Sun Catch You Crying
The Page Boys - Your My Kind of Girl
The Soft Boys - Queen of Eyes
The Wolfhounds - Cheer Up
West Coast Experimental Pop Band - Louie Louie
Stiff Little Fingers - Alternative Ulster
Carole King - Pleasent Valley Sunday
Club 9 - Football Kids
Masta Ace (w/ Biz Markie)- Me and the Biz (Ext. Mix)

Pre-Good Grief
Jesus Couldn't Drum - Sister Dream
Bright Ideas - Cut My Hair
The Golinski Brothers - Bloody
Bad Banana - Cry About It
Hello, How Are You? - Outer Space Baby
The Fingers - Go Out With Me
Flying Saucer Attack - Outdoor Miner
Oblivians - Pinball King
Bubblegum Splash - Someone Said
Crabapples - All The Earnest Young Men

Pre-Flowers
Blue Minkies - Tough Punks Are Square
Girl Trouble w/ Steve Fisk - Batman Theme
Brown Recluse - Impressions of a City Morning
Tada Tata - Sticky Dumb Gum
Cat's Miaow - Born on a Train
The Weed Hounds - Skating Away From The Cops
The Garlands - Open Arms
(There was more, but we stopped listing them, cos that's how we operate.)

Then some mix cds got played

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Re: Indietracks discos

Post by Trev » Wed Aug 07, 2013 13:24

What is in indiepop though? To some it's a narrow sound to others a broader church. Fall Out Make Up basically play stuff inspired by The Ramones. :-)

I had some more indiepop tunes to play but ran out of time. I also I kinda went with the flow.... So it kinda never git that jangly.

Also in previous years I kinda got tired of hearing the SAME songs at every disco.

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