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  1.  (2008.1)
    So what are you listening to right now?

    New week's releases are up at - just choose a genre from left and click "magic mix" to stream excerpts from the new releases.
  2.  (2008.2)
    The last ones:
    "Only Heaven" - Young Gods
    "I'm your fan" - Leonard Cohen's tribute
    "Zul'm" - Muslimgauze
    "After Murder Park" - The Auteurs
    "Songs of Leonard Cohen"
  3.  (2008.3)
    I've been itching for a Dan Le Sac Vs. Scroobius Pip album, and now it's out there in the wilds of the internet. It's called Angles, and it's okay. It's patchy and a bit too preachy for my liking, sadly. Flashes of brilliance, enough for it to hold my interest, but ultimately not as good as it should've been.

    Absolutely loving the new Why? album, Alopeica, right now. is keeping me warm this lunchtime.
    • CommentAuthorkevinjohn
    • CommentTimeApr 28th 2008
    on constant rotation:

    Plants & Animals
    Hawkesley Workman
    Sondre Lerche
    The Raconteurs
    Allison Krause & Robert Plant
  4.  (2008.5)
    a 2 hour jazz mix that we put together!

    you can find it here! THIS IS... JAZZ CLUB
    • CommentTimeApr 28th 2008
    I haven't been able to get over my Beatles stint. It's been half a year now, and they have yet to get old.
    • CommentTimeApr 28th 2008
    David Bowie: The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars and Station To Station.

    Also, White Pepper from Ween.
  5.  (2008.8)
    Sussan Deyhim - Shy Angels
  6.  (2008.9)
    The Dodos - Visiter (slowly becoming my darkhorse best of early 2008)
    Oren Ambarchi and Z'ev - Spirit Transform Me
    Cloudland Canyon - Lie in Light
    • CommentAuthorSolario
    • CommentTimeApr 28th 2008
    The Kooks.

    Yeah yeah yeah, I know. Fairly rubbish, but for some reason I'm listening to them anyway. It's a disease, I tell you.
  7.  (2008.11)
    NIN/M83/Silver Ray/Salvatore.
    • CommentTimeApr 28th 2008
  8.  (2008.13)
    In the rotation so far this week: David Bowie (Berlin trilogy), Muslimgauze, nin, Black Angels, Holy Fuck, Ghostly International comp, Steely Dan (!)
  9.  (2008.14)
    nine shocks terror- zen and the art of beating your ass lp (cleveland nutjob thrash, hugely japanese influenced. plus the back cover has some sweet kirby rip off art!)
  10.  (2008.15)
    So far this week:
    Bomb the Music Industry! - Punk-synth-ska-hardcore, catchy, anthemic and great lyrics. All there is stuff is free online at BTMI!
    Ted Leo and the Pharmacists - Great punky indie-rock. Saw them on the 20th and they were incredible, the studio versions don't even compare.
    Less Than Jake - Typical ska-punk. I haven't listend to this band in years and they popped up on shuffle the other day and I realised that Borders & Boundaries is a really solid album.
    Shannon Murray - Sweet-voiced folky stuff. All her stuff is online for free at Riot Folk
    The Clash - It's The Clash.
    Boris the Sprinkler - Vaguely demented 90s pop-punk with songs about absolutely nothing.
  11.  (2008.16)
    1)boris the sprinkler is super great. reverend norb is one of the funniest writers around!!
    2) if you like ted leo, you should check out his first band CITIZENS ARREST. then have a compare and contrast session, haha- CA is brutal as hell.
  12.  (2008.17)
    Rev. Norb is great. I love his Razorcake column and his Dylan cover album was sweet.

    I've heard some Citizen's Arrest. Pretty average 80s hardcore from what I heard. I'm not usually angry enough for that sort of music and if I am I'd much rather listen to Bad Brains.
  13.  (2008.18)
    songs heard while milling about whitechapel today

    fad gadget- state of the nation
    fad gadget- collapsing new people
    coil- lost rivers of london
    peter hammill- fogwalking
    boys of brazil- boundaries etc.
    chameleons- don't fall
    lydia lunch- lady scarface
    gary numan- metal
    the sonics- walkin the dog
    leadbelly- the gallis poll
    birthday party- mr. clarinet
    legendary pink dots- demonism
    the who- zoot suit
    wire- dot dash
    world inferno friendship society- brother of the mayor of bridgewater
    theoretical girl- red mist
    syd barrett- dark globe
    frank black and the catholics- pan american highway
    slint- nosferatu man
    leonard cohen- dress rehersal rag
    einsturzende neubauten- sabrina
    velvet underground- after hours
    david eugene edwards- wayfaring stranger

    the point of this post,...i spend way too much fucking time here at work.
  14.  (2008.19)
    The World/Inferno Friendship Society are amazing. One of the best bands around today.
  15.  (2008.20)
    i just missed world/inferno like a month ago- i guess i cant bitch when there are TOO MANY shows as opposed to the dreaded NOT ENOUGH shows...