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    • CommentTimeMar 20th 2008
    Squirrel Nut Zippers were an awesome band. Perrenial Favourites is one of my favourite records ever.

    Krzysztof Komeda - The Fearless Vampire Killers OST
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    SHIZUO vs SHIZOR 2x 12" (dhr breakcore-ish fun)
    KUNG FU RICK-coming to an end 12" (grind! yay!)
    SLIPKNOT- iowa 2x12" (mainstream catchy you havent heard this)
    CRIMSON CURSE/FESTIVAL OF DEAD DEER split 7" (mid 90s sandiego emo violence-justin pearson, pre locust)
    HUMMINGBIRD OF DEATH- diagnosis:delicious! 7" ( powerviolence influenced thrash from the middle of nowhere, idaho)
    LIARS-one sided 12" on hand held heart, dont remember the name of it. (snotty hipster indie rock)
    • CommentAuthordeadhuman
    • CommentTimeMar 20th 2008
    the Locust New Erections
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    Just arrived in the mail...
    Albert Kuvezin & Yat-Kha - Re-Covers

    Tuvan throat singer and band doing covers of Zepplin, Beefheart, Joy Division, Kraftwerk, Motorhead, Hank Williams, Iron Butterfly and others...

    • CommentAuthorMitchB
    • CommentTimeMar 21st 2008 edited
    Totem's EP's been doing the roudns a lot on the ipod lately. Since that release they've renamed themselves Jex Thoth and have something new coming down this year. Can't wait if its anything like those 4 Totem tracks.

    Other than that - the new Meshuggah, Black Mountain, Sleepytime Gorilla Museum, Rosetta and the spanky new sleepmakeswaves EP. Good to see they finally got it out.
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    Brent Wilcox : Yat-Kha are great, I've got 3 or 4 of their albums but not the last one you're talking aboug, I've got to find it somewhere...
    My favorite album of theirs is Aldyn Dashka.
      CommentAuthorPaul Sizer
    • CommentTimeMar 21st 2008
    Bit of a scattered week for me, but I did have a chance to grab some new stuff from the bowels of iTunes that were interesting.

    PAROV STELAR: Good mix of chillout tunes with some housey beats, and a weird mix of old jazz records and new beat sensibility.

    M83 "Couleurs - EP": Really beautiful, lush stuff. These guys have always hovered on the outer lists of a lot of DJs set lists as great instrumental pieces to break up a long set.

    GEORGE CLINTON: "Atomic Dog" and COMPUTER GAMES LP: Have NO idea why this came out of, but MAN, this is the gold standard for funk in my book. No wonder rappers like Snoop Dog have ridden this for so long; it's the one to beat.

    Listened to samples of Alec Empire's new CD "The Golden Foretaste of Heaven": sounds kind of tame and tinkertoy compared to his old Atari Teenage Riot and solo stuff.
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    Listened to samples of Alec Empire's new CD "The Golden Foretaste of Heaven": sounds kind of tame and tinkertoy compared to his old Atari Teenage Riot and solo stuff.

    well thats fucking terrible news...
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    Listening to The Low Lows available from the good folks at Monotreme

    Was supposed to go see Stinking Lizaveta tomorrow night but got myself double booked - curses!
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    @oscillateur- Alydn Dashka is a fine album, but I'm most fond of Yensei Punk, I love the electric guitar on that one.
    Re-Covers doesn't always work, but when it does it's just plain extraordinary
    • CommentTimeMar 21st 2008
    Listeneing to Nine Inch Nails "Ghosts I-IV" alot lately.

    I like some songs on the new Jucifer Album very much, but unfortunately not everything. It's a weird mixture from sweet alternative rock to grindcore. With an awesome woman on guitar and vocals. Especially the track 'Traitors' rules everything.

    Also dig some stuff on the new Meshuggah record.

    And just discoverd the new band Kosmos. Krautrock-influenced stuff featuring the drummer from Voivod!
      CommentAuthorGreg SBB!
    • CommentTimeMar 21st 2008 edited
    'Saturnalia' by The Gutter Twins (Greg Dulli and Mark Lanegan's new outfit).
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    Thinking of buying Valet: Naked Acid. Feel like I'm trapped in that kind of mood but can't raise the energy to break free.
    • CommentTimeMar 21st 2008
    Lots of Black Crowes - I started with "Good Friday" a few hours ago, and now it's "Wiser Time".
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    I'm still rocking the new Flogging Molly and Murder By Death releases from a couple weeks ago. Both highly excellent IMO...
    • CommentTimeMar 22nd 2008
    Pram - Dark Island
    • CommentTimeMar 22nd 2008
    Secret Chiefs 3 - Book M
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    a couple of select downloads from 'Guitar Romantic' by The Exploding Hearts, who are hands down one of the saddest rock n' roll died too young stories. Downloading in lieu of buying the album later this month, tho' it's been around for years.

    The Exploding Hearts are great. If you like that sort of spiky power-pop you should check out The Tranzmitors.
    Their MySpace

    For the last two days I've been listening to Bomb the Music Industry non-stop they're a ska/punk/electronic collective but that makes them sound like the worst sound in the world when actually they're incredible. They release all their albums for free online. I think Get Warmer is my favourite at the moment.
    Their website (with all their albums)
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    oh man, i looooove that tranzmitors LP. their earlier stuff is alright, but they totally hit their stride on that one. in another "if you like" attempt, i have to recommend their friends THE BAYONETTES. their "we're doomed" 7" sometimes goes on my turntable for days at a time.
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    Mainly ASMZ's 13 Blues for Thirteen Moons, with a side-order of Good Nature by Youthmovies and a compilation of unreleased Wolf Parade live bootlegs. Got prematurely excited about Blue Lambency Downward and so went back to some Kayo Dot too.