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    • CommentTimeJul 28th 2008
    What else can I say:

    Listen as I listen... or not.

    • CommentTimeJul 28th 2008
    Awesome Color!

    And "The Illiad" by Ed Sanders. I can't stop playing it.
    • CommentTimeJul 28th 2008
    the new Pinebox Serenade album just dropped a couplea weeks ago, and it's around in my head more often than not...
    "What if Leonard Cohen fronted a bluegrass ensemble?"

    and local label/thingy gutterth just put a compilation t'gether that i've been looping all day t'day at work ( i work in a comic shop, so it's easy...)

    it's a free DL, if yer curious:
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    The World/Inferno Friendship Society - i love all of their stuff, if you like Dresden Dolls i highly suggest checking them out. Actually the Dresden Dolls' drummer is currently the WIFS drummer too.

    I saw them live on Friday. They were amazing.
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    i have never even heard of this woman king ep- love the dolls, gotta check this out. thanks!
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    I've been listening to The Faint on a kind of repeat for a few days.
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    Finally shelled out many anemic US$ and imported a copy of John Barleycorn Reborn: Dark Britannica to Alaska.

    Wow. I've had an on and off thing for Brit Folk since the days when Fairport Convention was interesting. Then there was the Clash-like politics of Oyster Band, and the country-dance-dub of Edward II & The Red Hot Polkas. But it's been 20 years since any British "folk" stopped me in my tracks. I've relied on Scandinavian and Hungarian flavors to fullfill my "dark and strange" folk tastes.

    But this collection is extraordinary - worth every decimated dollar! (No favorite tracks yet...)
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    • CommentTimeJul 28th 2008
    I've been listening to Springsteen's Nebraska and The Beatles' Revolver.
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    Listening now "Silver EP" by Jesu. A great, monolithic, enigmatic music. Part MBV, part Doom metal or something like that.
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    "Jump In" by High Places. Over and over again.
    And Le Tigre.

    I've been looking for good dance music and temporarily settled on Goldfrapp. I'm open to better suggestions. I also scared myself by compiling a large classic rock set list from music already on my iPod.
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    A bunch of grindcore/goregrind/cybergrind stuff with titles not repeatable in polite conversation.
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    jedi mind tricks - violent by design
    ceschi ramos - francisco false
    cursive - domestica
    converge - jane doe
    pig destroyer - terrifyer

    the misfits - hybrid moments
    joy division - transmission
    shai hulud - linoleum
    simon and garfunkel - a hazy shade of winter
    • CommentTimeJul 29th 2008
    Supersilent - 8

    Heads - Under the stress of a Headlong Dive

    Zach Hill - Astrological Straits
    • CommentTimeJul 29th 2008
    Polar Bear - Held on the Tips of Fingers

    Masada - Gimel
    • CommentTimeJul 29th 2008 edited
    A bunch of grindcore/goregrind/cybergrind stuff with titles not repeatable in polite conversation.

    are you going to the relapse tour tomorrow night at modified? if so get there early for some sick cybergrind destruction....we (SATANS MONK) play first and it only lasts about 7 minutes. oh yeah!
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    are you going to the relapse tour tomorrow night at modified?

    Nah. I have too many other shows to go to over the next couple of months. A few things had to fall by the wayside. Seven minutes sounds just about right for some cybergrind, though.
    • CommentTimeJul 29th 2008
    that John Barleycorn Reborn: Dark Britannica is kinda amazing. thanks!
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    Masada - Gimel

    masada is aces, anything john zorn does is absolute magic.
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    hey you aint slouchin either, jane doe is one of my favorite records ever , and terrifyer is bruuuutal as well.

    also just noticed that this woman king ep i was interested in above is iron and wine, not dresden dolls. yay for reading well while half asleep!
    • CommentTimeJul 29th 2008
    To suit the weather, I'm listening to the Jayhawks' Rainy Day Music album.