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    So what are you listening to right now?

    New week's releases are up at http://www.piccadillyrecords.com - just choose a genre from left and click "magic mix" to stream excerpts from the new releases.
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      CommentAuthororikae
    • CommentTimeJun 9th 2008
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    Burial - Untrue

    My friend recommended this to me a few weeks ago, but I only just got around to listening to it. I love it - everything sounds like it's underwater. Should I look out for more dubstep, or is this pretty much the peak?

    Lunachicks - Luxury Problem
    L7 - Smell the Magic

    Girl punk-y bands are my musical comfort food. Dunno why.
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    "The Boatman's Call" - Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds
    "On Strike" - Echo and the Bunnymen
    "Dustbowl"- Head of David
    "Passover"- The Black Angels
    "All Things Can Be Mended"- Harper Lee
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    Should I look out for more dubstep, or is this pretty much the peak?

    MEMORIES OF THE FUTURE, Kode9 & the Spaceape.
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      CommentAuthororikae
    • CommentTimeJun 9th 2008
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    Hell, I'd pick that up for the title alone.
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    shamelessly myself quite a lot... i make the music i enjoy, and i also enjoy listening to it, weird huh?

    also, the stream of the new sigur ros album

    also:
    Kruger - redemption through looseness
    Latitudes - Bleak epiphanies in slow motion
    Vic Chestnut - North Star Destroyer
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    Torche - Meanderthal
    Kyuss - Welcome To Sky Valley

    It's gloriously hot and sunny and these just fit the weather so well.
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    i'd always heard the name torche floating around but i never checked them out until last week. i've been missing out!
    • CommentAuthorgreg
    • CommentTimeJun 9th 2008
     (2530.9)
    Nick Cave & Warren Ellis (no, the other) - The assassination of Jesse James by the coward Robert Ford

    Shit, my eyes are wet...
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      CommentAuthorbrittanica
    • CommentTimeJun 9th 2008
     (2530.10)
    a lot of paper rival's dialog, still.
    still a beautiful album.
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    HENRY FIATS OPEN SORE- i was a teenage prettyboy 7" (swedish rocknroll maniax)
    FUCKED UP- dance of death 7" (still in rotation)
    UPSTAB-somebody threw a gallon jug of wine at me 7" (ok, i must not have been really paying attention when i listened to this prevoiusly because HOLY SHIT THIS IS THE BEST "NEW" PUNK/HARDCORE RECORD I HAVE HEARD IN 2008)
    SEX/VID- tania 7" (cryptic mysterious VOID worship)
    DROPDEAD- 1st cd (vegan fastcore veterans older stuff)
    GOLDFINGER- viva la vulva cd (the happy poppy record for this week, i think. )
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      CommentAuthorkahavi
    • CommentTimeJun 9th 2008
     (2530.12)
    Right now, I'm listening to Nitin Sawhney's entire discography. It's very, very good.
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      CommentAuthorTheremina
    • CommentTimeJun 9th 2008
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    SVARTE GREINER - Til Seters (A Room Forever Limited Edition Box)


    I cannot recommend this entire series enough. Its curator, Joshua Zucker, also does the Roadside Picnic podcast, which has given me untold hours of joy and inspiration.
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      CommentAuthorAriana
    • CommentTimeJun 9th 2008 edited
     (2530.14)
    I don't know if I'm liking The Black Angels' Directions To See A Ghost better than/as much as/less than Passover -- it's... hm. It's, well the recording quality seems a little bit better, but it's taken the edge off. Or put a new edge on. I can't decide. It's less Vietnam, and more the drugs to beat the PTSD after, y'know? Maybe it's a logical progression. It's got that drone-edges-into-dizzy-psychedelic edge that really sounds like painkillers and self-medication, to beat a metaphor. I like "Mission District", "Science Killer", and "You on the Run".
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      CommentAuthorJeff Owens
    • CommentTimeJun 9th 2008
     (2530.15)
    Destination Time Tomorrow - GRAF ORLOCK
    The Slip - NINE INCH NAILS
    Slaughter Of The Soul - AT THE GATES
    Necroticism: Descanting The Insalubrious - CARCASS
    Rust In Peace - MEGADETH
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    The Aspirins For My Children - myspace page: just discovered this New Cross based blipman & I think I may have found one of my new favourite club sounds.
    Nick Jaina - Luck & Winding Sheet: some simple, beautiful orchestration over a dark Waits-reminiscent voice that doesn't need to Waits.
    Jan Gruenfeld - Enjoy The Silence: a great cover on a good album.
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    Okkervil River - The Stage Names: Heard them through Last.fm. Was one of those bands I read the name of enough that I felt I didn't need to actually listen to them. I was wrong. Once you get past the first song (which sounds a bit too much like the singer's channeling Adam Duritz from Counting Crows for my taste), it's smooth, emotive sailing.

    Cat Power - The Greatest: Certainly not an upper, but happiness in music usually equates with shittiness. I'd heard once upon a time that Ryan Adams was looking to work with her, and am now hearing why. Boozy music and a thick voice do the trick almost every time.
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      CommentAuthorAndre
    • CommentTimeJun 10th 2008
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    DIsturbeds new CD "Indestructible" if you like Nu Metal at all it's right up your ally.
    "Silver Future" by Monster Magnet
    and some various Crash Test dummies
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    FAITH/VOID split
    LAWRENCE ARMS- greatest story ever told
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    @ Ariana
    I discovered The Black Angels at a radio program and, so, this is the kind of music that feed my spirit very, very well. My fav ones at "Directions" (I prefer "Directions..." over "Passover", but it's only a personal and incidental vision): "Doves" and "Deer-Ree-Shee".