BlokRokinBeats ~ Wham! Bang! You’re Dead, Man!

Tonite! Wednesday, September 08, 2010; 8-10 PM Wham! Bang! You're Dead, Man! Today is the 1st anniversary of BlokRokinBeats. Each and every person who participated/doing exhibition before, was asked to pick one song with special theme: a track that they would use for their funeral, soundtrack of their last-kiss goodbye, song to overdose to, farewell-and-wish-you-well (or hell), a solid calibre of "danse macabre".
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Tonite! Wednesday, September 08, 2010; 8-10 PM

Wham! Bang! You’re Dead, Man!

Today is the 1st anniversary of BlokRokinBeats. Each and every person who participated/doing exhibition before, was asked to pick one song with special theme: a track that they would use for their funeral, soundtrack of their last-kiss goodbye, song to overdose to, farewell-and-wish-you-well (or hell), a solid calibre of “danse macabre”.

Look at what they—and me, too—chose:

01. Rollin’ Over – The Small Faces [as chosen by David Tarigan]
02. Kosong – Pure Saturday [Bin Harlan]
03. Time Waits for No One – The Rolling Stones [Soleh Solihun]
04. Into The Deep – Kula Shaker [Robi Navicula]
05. Tonight is Forever – Acid House King [Eric Wirjanata]
06. Sunny Side of the Street – The Pogues [Rudolf Dethu]
07. One Day Goodbye Will Be Farewell – Morrissey [Paulus Panggabean]
08. Beautiful Life (Indra7 “WBYDM” Re-edit) – Gui Boratto [Indra7]
09. Deserter – Matthew Dear [Marlowe Bandem]
10. Road to Zion – Damian Marley ft. Nas [Dedi Kristian]
11. Asmaradhana 388 – Kill The DJ ft. Soimah Poncowati [Marzuki Mohammad]
12. Pergi Tanpa Pamit – Nina Kirana [Nona Sari]
13. People Ain’t No Good – Nick Cave [Stuart Wilford]
14. You’ll Miss Me When I Burn – Soulsavers [Marcel Thee]
15. Hey, That’s No Way To Say Goodbye – Leonard Cohen [Aribowo Sangkoyo]
16. Landslide – Smashing Pumpkins [Ricky Siahaan]
17. Revenge – Danger Mouse/Sparklehourse/David Lynch/The Flaming Lips [Adib Hidayat]
18. Old Man – Neil Young [Jason Tedjasukmana]
19. Yellow Ledbetter – Pearl Jam [Athron McCann]
20. All The Little Things That Make Life Worth Leaving – Andy Weatherall [Simon Grigg]
21. Lies – Stabbing Westward [Oddie Getah]
22. Wish You Were Here – Pink Floyd [Edy Khemod]
23. Rainbow – Boris [Dedidude]
24. Mentari – Iwan Adurrahman [Ucok Homicide]
25. Things Behind The Sun – Nick Drake [Eka Annash]
26. Hurt – Johnny Cash [Ryan Koesuma]
27. Farewell and Goodnight – Smashing Pumpkins [Felix Dass]
28. In My Life – The Beatles [Wendi Putranto]
29. Riding For A Fall – Mad Caddies [Rude Boy Dodix]
30. Tallulah – Jamiroquai [Prima Yudhistira]
31. It Ain’t Over Till It’s Over – Lenny Kravitz [Adrian King]
32. Stay On These Roads – Midiahn [Otong Koil]
33. Here’s Looking At You, Kid – The Gaslight Anthem [Jerinx SID]
34. Last Song – Smashing Pumpkins [Sammy Bramantyo]
35. Ladies And Gentlemen We Are Floating In Space – Spiritualized [Ridwan Rudianto]
36. My Way – Frank Sinatra [Firman Prasetyo]
37. End at The Beginning – Asobi Seksu [Aldo Sianturi]
38. In My Life – Johnny Cash [Heru Shaggydog]
39. Fade Into You – Mazzy Star [Arian13]
40. Downtown – Petula Clark [Indra Ameng]
41. Sleeping Pills – Suede [Keke Tumbuan]
42. Is That All There Is? – Cristina [Steve Gamboa]
43. Touch – Dave Grohl & Louise Post [Ade Putri]
44. Evidence – Faith No More [Ayip Matamera]

Listen to the radio program here—still on trial, so good luck 🙂

Full story & complete description coming tomorrow!

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The Block Rockin’ Beats
Curator: Rudolf Dethu
Every Wednesday, 8 – 10 PM
The Beat Radio Plus – Bali, 98.5 FM

120 minutes of cock-melting tunes.
No bullcrap.Zero horse shit.
Rad-ass rebel without a pause.

Shut up and slamdance!

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Rudolf Dethu

Rudolf Dethu

Music journalist, writer, radio DJ, socio-political activist, creative industry leader, and a qualified librarian, Rudolf Dethu is heavily under the influence of the punk rock philosophy. Often tagged as this country’s version of Malcolm McLaren—or as Rolling Stone Indonesia put it ‘the grand master of music propaganda’—a name based on his successes when managing Bali’s two favourite bands, Superman Is Dead and Navicula, both who have become two of the nation’s biggest rock bands.
Rudolf Dethu

Rudolf Dethu

Music journalist, writer, radio DJ, socio-political activist, creative industry leader, and a qualified librarian, Rudolf Dethu is heavily under the influence of the punk rock philosophy. Often tagged as this country’s version of Malcolm McLaren—or as Rolling Stone Indonesia put it ‘the grand master of music propaganda’—a name based on his successes when managing Bali’s two favourite bands, Superman Is Dead and Navicula, both who have become two of the nation’s biggest rock bands.

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Lakota Moira
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Lakota Moira

Congrats Dethu!! Hoping this isn’t the last-kiss goodbye from BRB?
The Block Rockin’ Beats series has become one of my reference guide’s to “new music” (usually old music, written and released before my time, hihhi 🙂 So, thanks for spreading the art, and cock-melting (whoa!) the digital airwaves.

FYI: the streaming works fine on my computer.

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