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      CommentAuthorAriana
    • CommentTimeAug 18th 2008 edited
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    Good Monday, Whitechapel. I'm up early this morning, may as well turn this one over.

    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. I usually swing by Largeheated Boy's Try it before you buy it posts on Tuesday mornings, too (mostly because I like to put an album cover to the mp3s, yes).

    So what's on your playlist for this week?
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      CommentAuthornigredo
    • CommentTimeAug 18th 2008
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    Alan Hovhaness - Piano Concerto No. 10 and Symphony for Metal Instruments

    J.H. Kapsberger - Lute Works (Paul O'Dette)

    Dave Douglas' Tiny Bell Trio - Songs for Wandering Souls
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      CommentAuthorslugboi
    • CommentTimeAug 18th 2008
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    Dead Low Tide:: former Murder City Devils powerful noise-rock masterpiece

    Bali Gamelan and Kecak:: primal, soothing, and intense... does that contradict?

    Chromeo: Fancy Footwork:: if you took all of the high points from the Breakin' 2 soundtrack and threw in a little Midnight Star this is what you'd get.

    Battles: Mirrored:: futuremusic.... sounds like the music that robots will make... in the future....
    • CommentAuthorbuzzorhowl
    • CommentTimeAug 18th 2008
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    Yo La Tengo - ...well, I would say I'm listening to their album "I Am Not Afraid Of You And I Will Beat Your Ass" a lot, except the truth is that out of the 15 songs on it, I really only listen to two--the first one and the last one. Between them, "Pass the Hatchet, I Think I'm Goodkind" and "The Story Of Yo La Tango" [yes, the misspelling is intentional] are 23 minutes of the album, and they're so far above the rest of the songs on there that I can't stomach playing the rest of the album at the same time as those two songs. So yeah, really just those two songs. A lot.

    Also:

    Lemuria - Get Better
    Stereolab - Peng!
    Motorpsycho - Little Lucid Moments; Black Hole/Blank Canvas
    Oasis - Definitely Maybe
    Suede - Self-titled
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    more virginia astley
    whitehouse live dvd
    some dodgy albbum by cicciolina
    rather suspect looking ukrainian techno
    the associates
    colin newman
    that new byrne / eno thing
    and some beigecore from the groovesofdelight blog.
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    finally got a copy of DRESDEN DOLLS-no virginia. so far im liking it, but the last record i think was more my style.
    also, dj TRON-resurection mixtape
    was told of a new "violent...and aggressive" manson album in the works so i am imagining that between now and winter.
    • CommentAuthorInexperto
    • CommentTimeAug 18th 2008
     (3350.7)
    Funny kind of mood today - looking for a mixture of the old and new. This is what I found:

    David Holmes & The Free Association - Come Get It, I Got It
    oddball 60s sounds and funk dug up, unstitched and sewn back together with a rusty needle

    Eliza Magill - Fingers And Fists
    friend-of-a-friend, short and sweet piano sounds, delicate and perfect production, growing on me

    Telafonica - Morpheme
    trawling through deep house, trip hop, abstract and ambient pop and resurfacing with pearls from all of them
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      CommentAuthorAgitpunkt
    • CommentTimeAug 18th 2008
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    On the way into work:

    The Damned - Thanks for the Night (Rat Mix)
    The Pogues - Rake at the Gates of Hell
    The Jam - News of the world
    The Stooges - I Wanna Be Your Dog
    The Legendary Shack Shakers - Ichabod!
    The Dirtbombs - If You Can Want
    The New York Dolls - Human Being
    Front 242 - Welcome to Paradise (The live version from Reboot)
    Mick Harvey - Who is "in", Who is "Out"

    Right now"

    Pop Will Eat Itself - Cure for Sanity
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      CommentAuthorjesseraub
    • CommentTimeAug 18th 2008
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    Stuff for reviewing (and pleasure)

    Saviors - Into Abbadon
    The Sword - Gods of the Earth
    Statues - Terminal Bedroom
    Off With Their Heads - From the Bottom
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    dammit, off with their heads is so much more prolific than dear landlord-which wouldnt be a problem except that i looooove DL and am only kinda into OWTH.

    (only brought up because i love their split 7", so whenever i think of one band i tend to think of the other as well)
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    Another eccentric/eclectic Sunday night has passed....

    Aug 17, 2008

    Ry Cooder/VM Bhatt - Meeting By The River

    Aki Peltonen - Accordion, Drums & MW-radio
    The Books - Fralite
    Fleet Foxes - White Winter Hymnal
    Ingrid Karklins - Race The Sky
    LVDLM - Le Paradis Perdus
    Roberto Musci/Giovanni Venotsa - Tamatave
    Pumajaw - The Burning of Auchindoun
    Varttina - Tuulen Tunto
    Accordion Tribe - O'O

    Janet Feder - Loose Slots
    Aranis - Vala
    Marshall/Anger w/Vasen -Skridskolaten
    Bart Hopkin - Woodkal, String-on-Tine, Dual Slide Whistle
    Samm Bennett - Blue Jay Way
    Rinji Kadekaru - Jidai No Nagare
    Yoshida Bros - Modern
    Volapuk - Pas de Panic
    Zelwer - The Bear Tamers Have Gone Away
    Hoven Droven - Morsepolskan

    David Byrne/Brian Eno - Strange Overtones
    Floratone - Floratone
    DJ Dolores - Cala Cala
    Brian Eno/David Byrne - Very, Very Hungry
    LAN Formatique - Jeye Sun Sun Son (remix)
    Niyaz - Feraghi - Song of Exile
    Puppetina - Oo Wa Do
    Brian Eno - This
    Fripp & Eno - Sneering Loop
    Sub Swara - Infiltrate
    Bajofondo - Borges y Paraguay

    The Dylan Group - Towers of Dub
    Jah Wobble/Evan Parker - Full On
    Bill Laswell - Moving Target
    Critters Buggin - Mount Blasta
    Bill Laswell - Work Song
    Mylab - Fancy Party Cakes
    Mats/Morgan Band - Not Us
    Najma - Aaj Ki Junli Raat Ma
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      CommentAuthorGekko
    • CommentTimeAug 18th 2008 edited
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    I need to say how fond of DOUBLE HELIX I have grown in a short time.
    This time I'm going to listen to my friends Steeple Remove
    They are releasing a new lp. I'm proud of them. They've been playing music like, for ever.
    (You can also hear scraps of what they did before here

    They used to be on SORDIDE SENTIMENTAL the first label who signed Joy Division. Now you know.
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      CommentAuthorbrittanica
    • CommentTimeAug 18th 2008
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    would be listening to faun fables live tonight at my favorite dingy hole-in-the-wall club, but i have to fucking work.
    you've no idea how angry i am with the world.

    been mostly listening to damn water fountain because they said they'd kill me if i didn't.
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      CommentAuthorvrbtm
    • CommentTimeAug 18th 2008 edited
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    My band (Verbatim) released tonight to the internet a free record called Pool Party.

    The whole idea is that we lock ourselves in the studio for the weekend and must release to the Internet whatever we have done by Sunday night. Anything goes. So we threw a party and just sorta made a record while it was going on. Very little rehearsing, very little dubbing. A whole bunch of first takes. Feels to me like a mid-80's Replacements record. And oh yeah, we have a song inspired by the Great Zombie Debate.

    We also did another one like this in March called Pizza Party.

    Enjoy, and lemme know what you think.

    Thanks!
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      CommentAuthornigredo
    • CommentTimeAug 19th 2008
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    Zappa - Civilisation Phase III

    Elephant9 - Dodovoodoo

    Magma - MDK

    Magma - Udu Wudu

    Padded Cell - Night Must Fall
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      CommentAuthorGekko
    • CommentTimeAug 19th 2008
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    @vrbtm > thanks!
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    ziggy stardust
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      CommentAuthorvrbtm
    • CommentTimeAug 19th 2008
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    @Gekko, please enjoy!
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      CommentAuthorjesseraub
    • CommentTimeAug 19th 2008
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    King Tuff - Was Dead

    Sounds like if Marc Bolan was fronting the Velvet Underground.

    Statues - Terminal Bedroom

    A mix of 70's punk and 80's power-pop, somewhere in between The Undertones and The Replacements.
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      CommentAuthorM.Shay
    • CommentTimeAug 19th 2008
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    I just got Destroyer 666's Cold Steel For An Iron Age and it's jettisoned them to the top of play list rotation. Nevermore's Dreaming Neon Black is coming in around number 2, after that it falls apart, I'm currently listening to some Rollins Band. Some Smashing Pumpkins is extremely possible along with my usual arrangement of Nick Cave, possibly changing to some P.J. Harvey in the wee hours of the morning.