Following the release of his first Gas album in 17 years this month, Wolfgang Voigt writes a "personal pop music diary" in the form of a Resident Advisor guest mix. The Kompakt cofounder sequences tracks from kindred spirits like Prefab Sprout, Culture Club, ABC and outliers like Bob Marley, T. Rex and Texas.
Longreads on how Temple of the Dog (with "Hunger Strike," referenced by Chastity Belt just a few Stacks ago Stacks ago) pioneered a new genre of music videos in the ’90s.
"You know what they look like: dark colors, set in nature, elderly individuals writing on a chalkboard, anthropomorphism, warped graphics, unconventional camera angles, and more.”
Thanks for listening!
- Dave & Team Hype Machine