The latest part in our on-going series, delving into the forgotten “other sides” of recorded music
Two heads are better than one, right? You’ll always find two sides to a record at any rate. Often, B-Sides get overlooked which is why we are tapping into a whole new source of interesting sounds.
If you like to dig a little deeper and take a moment to find out just what-on-earth x,y,z band or artist was doing in a spare moment of genius/madness – you’ll be pleasantly surprised to discover there’s hours and hours worth of listening leisure.
Here’s the latest selection of six that we’ve picked:
Talking Heads – Listening Wind (B-Side to Once in a Life Time)
Gary Numan – Bridge? What Bridge? (B-Side to Music For Chameleons)
Tom Tom Club – Spooks (B-Side to Wordy Rappinghood)
Liaisons Dangereuses – Etre Assis ou Danser (B-Side to Los Niños Del Parque)
Metro Area – Strut (B-Side to Miura)
Rhythim Is Rhythim – Kaos (Juice Bar Mix) (B-Side to Strings of Life)