Pavlov’s Dogs Podcast#2

1. Oh, Lord, Saint George, Bewitch Ivan, Make Him Mine By A Hawk And A Hacksaw
2. Morning Light By Sleep Sleep
3. Wonderful World By Nine Horses
4. Sister By Alan Vega, Alex Chilton, Ben Vaughn
5. Dead Mantra By Dead Skeletons
6. Nuclear War (Version 2) By Yo La Tengo
7. Help Mr. Rabbit I Can’t Get Out By Tren Brothers
8. American Wheeze By 16 Horsepower
9. Minotaur By Thee Oh Sees
10. How To see Through Fog By The Drones
11. I’ll Be Gone By Merchandise

Pavlov’s Dogs second podcast is already here!! One hour of good quality music, including tracks from Sleep Sleep, who is going to release his debut album this autumn for Noise Appeal Records and the psychedelic/blues band from Vienna K.U.N.T.Z. They both are performing live at the Pavlov’s Dogs Launch Party on 18th of May in club AU, Vienna.

Also in the Pavlov’s Dogs Podcast#2:
A Hawk and a Hacksaw, the current project by Jeremy Barnes (known previously as the drummer of Neutral Milk Hotel in the 90’s) and the violinist Heather Trost, who have been touring and playing a new live soundtrack to Sergei Parajanov’s movie “Shadows of Forgotten Ancestors”. The soundtrack is now released, and you can hear the track “Oh, Lord, Saint George, Bewitch Ivan, Make Him Mine” as a opening of the second Pavlov’s Dogs podcast. Nine Horses, a great collaboration between the singer David Sylvian, drummer Steve Jansen, and electronic composer Burnt Friedman, with a track from their album “Snow Borne Sorrow” (2005). Followed by another interesting track by Alan Vega (from the highly influential duo Suicide), Alex Chilton and Ben Vaughn called “Sister” from the album “Cubist Blues” (1996). The psychedelic musical/art project Dead Skeletons from Iceland with the song “Dead Mantra”. The american indie rock band Yo La Tengo, covering the jazz composer Sun Ra’s Nuclear War. Two great bands from Australia: The Drones, who just released a new album called “I see seaweed” and The Tren Brothers, a project of the guitarist Mick Turner and the magnificent drummer Jim White (both part of the band Dirty Three). 16 Horsepower and the track “American Wheeze”, from the last album before their break-up: “Olden” (2003). And two new tracks by the cult San Francisco rock band Thee Oh Sees and the post-punk american trio Merchandise, and a track from their last album “Totale Nite” called “I’ll be gone”.