Thursday, October 19, 2006

This Business of Art: Thievery Corporation Live

Thievery Corporation has definitely studied up on "Inertia Creeps." The group consists of producers Eric Hilton and Rob Garza; Pitchfork recently reported that Garza will be recording as Dust Galaxy. They've infused downtempo beats with worldly influences, much like that Middle Eastern-tinged Mezzanine standout. Although I haven't been nearly as entranced with the Corporation, they've got indie cred, with "Lebanese Blonde" appearing on the ubiquitous Garden State soundtrack.

Continuing the trend of duos performing in Vienna, here's a set performed at Jazzfest Wien on August 7th, 2005. Much like their influence, there's a full band and numerous guest vocalists present, making for an pleasantly varied experience.


1. Omid (Hope)
2. Facing East
3. Lebanese Blonde
4. Shadows of Ourselves
5. Só Com Você
6. Sol Tapado
7. Liberation Front
8. 38.45 (A Thievery Number)
9. Banter
10. Illumination
11. Revolution Solution
12. Wires and Watchtowers
13. Exilio (Exile)
14. The Time We Lost Our Way
15. Marching the Hate Machines (Into The Sun)

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Dance Hall Hips said...

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Roland said...

Thanks for reading mine! Enjoy the set, and be sure to check out the one (that I was at!) via Kwaya Na Kisser as well.

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