Check out Du Pacque covering a tune by CSS.
Artist: Du Pacque
It's been in the works for awhile, but it's finally confirmed that Du Pacque's debut full-length "Erotique Du Pacque" will be released on September 28. The band will play a record release gig that same night at Debaser Slussen in Stockholm with Pascal.
Du Pacque now has an official video for their excellent track "Walk straight". Direct link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MWo9Dfpq6Wc
Here's the playlist for this week's radio show Sirius XMU:
01. Laakso - Worst case scenario
02. TALK 1
03. Du Pacque - Walk straight
04. Pascal - Tutti frutti
05. Nirvana 2002 - The awakening of...
06. Lapko - I shot the sheriff
07. TALK 2
08. The Floor is Made of Lava - The bigger picture
09. No Balls - Guilt blocker
10. Obliteration - Styxerian path (into darkness)
11. Next Life - Anti matter
12. TALK 3
13. Ikons - Imperiet
14. The Skull Defekts - Habit
15. Familjen - När planeterna stannat
16. TALK 4
17. Meleeh - Sun and moon
18. Kite - I give you the morning
19. Ef - 401 Lwa
20. TALK 5
Reminder: my show airs every week on Sundays and Mondays at 11pm ET on Sirius XMU. That's channel 26 on Sirius, 43 on XM and 831 for DirecTV subscribers.
After banging my head against CSS coding problems for five or so hours yesterday, I need to hear something that adequately reflects the state of my brain. Something noisy and repetitive. Bonus that it fills the gap between this week's other postings of Monument and Du Pacque. That something: Ikons. Monotonik beats meet loud guitars under a black shroud of destructive noise. "The hawk" is way more Kraut than goth, but they have those tendencies, let me assure you. Keep on droning, let me forget my problems, clear my mind; melt away the cobwebs, the fuzz. Block/black out the world around me.
Ikons - The hawk
Absolut Noise has been going on and on about Du Pacque for years, but until I heard this song, nothing clicked. The difference? As Absolut Noise correctly points out, they've upped the intensity, both in terms of their performance and also sheer noise level. Perhaps I was blind to their potential before, but let it be known that I have been enlightened. I'm on the bandwagon; this is an act to keep an eye on.
Du Pacque - Walk straight
Absolut Noise talks to Blackstrap sideproject Du Pacque: http://absolutnoise.blogspot.com/2006/12/interview-du-pacque.html