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      CommentAuthornigredo
    • CommentTimeMar 13th 2008
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    Pram - The Moving Frontier

    DJ Krush - OuMuPo 6

    Biosphere - Autour De La Lune
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      CommentAuthorPaul Sizer
    • CommentTimeMar 13th 2008
     (1327.42)
    Midweeker:
    "Industrial" was always more inclusive than most people gave it credit for; I had a huge love affair with all the Nettwerk bands of that time (Moev, Skinny Puppy, Severed Heads, Manufacture) and as a label, Nettwerk was amazingly diverse. Hell, even Sarah McLachlan did her first album there ("Touch"), with a decidedly industrial flavor to it. They had bands like Consolidated (white industrial socially conscious rap), Bel Canto (Cocteau Twins with a stronger drum machine) and Skinny Puppy before they fell into the pit of same sounding albums. Chicago's Wax Trax label was pretty inclusive also, until all the bigger acts got signed away, leaving it a clearing house for all of Al Jourgenson's side projects and any fart he put on vinyl. For me, industrial was my "heavy metal phase", but with enough drum machines to keep things moving.

    And on that note, I got an alert last week that Al did the official theme song for his favorite hockey team, The Chicago Blackhawks. Dig it up on iTunes, even the 30 second sample they provide is worth it for a laugh. Not Ministry's finest moment, but fair play for supporting the home team with a tune.
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      CommentAuthorPaul Sizer
    • CommentTimeMar 13th 2008
     (1327.43)


    Hey you kids! Quit electro dancing on the damn furniture! I just put a fresh wipe of Pledge on there!
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    @babymole

    You can dl both of the tracks on that naja single at http://www.basefluid.foreshadow.pl/ . nadja is on tour right and totally worth heading out for. (dates at www.myspace.com/nadjaluv )

    And dust. (or now as it's dustperiod) is my (secret) outlet for solo guitar+electronics works. I have some new tunes up at http://www.myspace.com/dustperiod and you can dl some of the other albums as well. I'm glad you like the songs. Mona was a massive movement of sound that fell out of my head one morning and took 3 years to fully flush from my system.
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      CommentAuthorLokiZero
    • CommentTimeMar 14th 2008 edited
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    He's like Harry Carey on a keyboard. I love this guy!

    http://ronaldjenkees.com/music-store/
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      CommentAuthorbabymole
    • CommentTimeMar 14th 2008
     (1327.46)
    @ Tacopunch

    Does that mean you're also the Tacopunch who's sick electo mix sets I've been downloading?

    I've just bought a new cd player for my car and the first cd i put into it had Mona burned onto it, and it wedged inside, a wouldn't come out. (This is true), do i now leave it, able only to listen to it and the radio, or buy a new player?
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    some recent fun:

    BLOOD BROTHERS- this adultery is ripe 12" (first album, before the douchbaggery set in)
    DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN-irony is a dead scene 12" ep (the infamous "w/mike patton" ep)
    DEAR LANDLORD- the two splits they have so far (driving melodic beard punk)
    GRAF ORLOCK-destination time tomorrow cd (bruuuuuuuutal)
    WARZONE WOMYN/ ENDLESS BLOCKADE split 12" (WW=fast and crazed, ED=sloooow and dazed)
    CONVERGE-jane doe 2x12" (easily my fave converge record)
    THREATENER-...and the bending of the throats 7" (like grindcore/violence? why havent you listened to this band?)
    • CommentAuthormatt d
    • CommentTimeMar 14th 2008
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    NIN -Ghosts I-IV
    The Clash - London Calling
    Bleeding Through - This is Love, This is Murderous
    Wilco - Yankee Hotel Foxtrot
    and bouncing around MySpace aimlessly looking for the next thing.
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      CommentAuthorjoe.distort
    • CommentTimeMar 14th 2008 edited
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    SATANS MONK.

    we are totally the next thing, as far as electonic grind/metal about horror movies with tongue in cheek "evil" lyrics, hahaha. serious! those recordings are very prliminary, look for more in the near future.
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      CommentAuthorScott B
    • CommentTimeMar 14th 2008
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    The Mars Volta: Bedlam in Goliath; like an evil faun turned all of Santana's guitar pedals on, threw him from the top story of a half built tower block and recorded his howls of protest seconds before he makes a pool of blood in the shape of the residents.
    Subtle: a new white
    Black Francis: Svn Fngrs
    Battles: Mirrored
    The Gutter Twins
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    need to get home to listen to NATION OF ULYSSES-13 point program to destroy america.

    its catchy anti capitalist dancey cha-cha is stuck in my head and wont leave.
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      CommentAuthorhowyadoin
    • CommentTimeMar 15th 2008
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    A bunch of live Tom Petty, which Last.fm isn't recognizing, for some reason.
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    Thee Silver Mt. Zion Memorial Orchestra & Tra-La-La Band a - 13 Blues For Thirteen Moons . Absolutely awesome sound, guitars drums violas (?), angry angsty vocals; I do believe I shall play this to death. (I see their European tour takes in London but nowhere further north - bastards!)
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    Okay, I'm still listening to the new Beat Circus. Haven't had the inspiration to change the CD player... but it is good.
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    @ babymole

    yep that's me as well.

    I saw Dan Le Sac vs The Scroobius Pip and so I've been rocking their live ep a lot.
    The Mae Shi - Hllyh - I love me my spazz nintendo gospel rock albums
    Xrin Arms - Black Horses and Disappearing Stable - yep still
    These New Puritans - Beat Pyramid - I love me by computer enabled post punk
    Eazy E - everything I can for a DJ set this tuesday in Chicago
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      CommentAuthorliquidcow
    • CommentTimeMar 16th 2008
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    Finally found time to listen to the new Meshuggah, very good. Still not received my Silver Mt Zion album, after Warren's comments I'm apprehensive, I've never considered them to have jazz influences, have they done something new on this one?

    Going to listen to the Martriden album in a bit.

    Also been giving Dillinger Escape Plan a second chance, I quite like the new one, Ire Works. Miss Machine was alright, but I still can't see anything in Calculating Infinity. Also all their songs start the same way.

    Also NIN Ghost I-IV and Sikth's 'The Trees are Dead and Dried Out...'.
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      CommentAuthornigredo
    • CommentTimeMar 16th 2008
     (1327.57)
    DJ Krush - OuMuPo 6
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    Apoptygma Berzerk - 7

    I listened to the first two Portishead albums earlier too.
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      CommentAuthornigredo
    • CommentTimeMar 16th 2008
     (1327.59)
    Klimek - Dedications
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      CommentAuthorliquidcow
    • CommentTimeMar 16th 2008
     (1327.60)
    Came across the Error EP, which Atticus Ross did with one of Bad Religion and the vocalist from Dillinger Escape Plan. It's pretty good, although I'm not sure how good a full album of it would be.