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    What're you listening to?

    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.

    Ariana usually swings by Largeheated Boy's Try it before you buy it posts on Tuesday mornings, too.

    Commence playlist speakage.
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    blancmange's peel session from 1982
    lots of nice things on trunk records.
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    Piccadilly's indie offerings for the week are fucking painful so far, by the way.
    • CommentAuthorScrymgeour
    • CommentTimeAug 25th 2008
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    listening to a couple of little acts right now..
    Lana Davies www.myspace.com/lanatheoriginal its just here a guitar and a broken laptop making lovely raw love songs, with a beautiful voice (a bit on teh lofi side at the minute though)
    also Slowclub www.myspace.com/slowclub the happiest band in the whole wide world. Give them a go, she plays a chair!!!
    beyond that I think it will be the usual mix of Tom Waits and yann Tierson, puntucated by eek a mouse and the gallows at least until i get my pea-pod back and can listen to a morer variagated selection of music
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      CommentAuthorslugboi
    • CommentTimeAug 25th 2008
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    Fiery Furnaces: Widow City:: a lot of fans and critics have panned this one, but it is my favorite... seriously disjointed folk-pop

    Danielson: Ships:: now, I have a strong distaste for religion, but I can't stop listening to Danielson's Jesus influenced psych-folk... it makes it easier to accept since he doesn't really sing about those things directly... sounds more generally wholesome than strictly Christian. Still very weird at times.

    Ween: la Cucaracha:: who doesn't love Ween?

    Roky Erikson: You're Gonna Miss Me Soundtrack:: to balance out the religious pop, here's a guy that couldn't stop singing about the devil and went crazy, only to return from madness and sing about the devil some more.
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    I was talking up Slow Club on the release of "Because We're Dead," but I hadn't heard the new one on their MySpace, thanks...
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    Thus far I have been cycling through my collection of Lacuna Coil(Comalies, Halflife, In a Reverie and their self titled album), as well as picking up a pair of albums from the Dresden Dolls(Their self titled album as well as Yes Virginia). I'm especially fond of "Heaven's a Lie" and "Our Truth" by Lacuna coil and "My alcoholic friends", "Girl Anachronism" and "Coin-Operated Boy" by Dresden Dolls. Other than that, I've been listening to a fair bit of Flogging Molly (especially the song "Seven Deadly Sins") for kicks.

    And I recall "Because We're Dead" by Slow Club fairly well, it's on my iPhone playlist as well...really catchy.
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    "Girl Anachronism"

    song is sooo good- you should look into "lonely organist rapes young page turner", i think its my favorite dolls song since.

    lately:
    CINEMA EYE- a complete arsenal 12"ep (electro-indie)
    DS-13- killed by the kids lp (like a swedish minor threat?)
    HOT CROSS-cryonics (indie hardcore masterpiece)
    the WHO- who's next (dear god, it better need no explanation)
    the FALCON-unicornography (gruff rocknroll inspired by oldstyle-side project of lawrence arms/alkaline trio etc)
    GRAF ORLOCK-destination time tomorrow (grrrrrrrindcore)
    the INTERNATIONAL NOISE CONSPIRACY- survival sickness (situationist rocknroll w/ garage mixed a lil bit)
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      CommentAuthorjesseraub
    • CommentTimeAug 25th 2008
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    Total Fucking Blood - Blaze the Lord

    Bass/drums duo from MN that plays somewhere in between the monster riffs of Big Business and the early grind of Napalm Death.

    The Band - "Sleeping"

    Really, the whole catalog, but "Sleeping" especially. Just a brilliant song.

    Hound Dog Taylor

    The Blues / Jazz thread got me listening to him again, don't think I can stop.

    Also on the list...

    The Minutemen
    Napalm Death
    Meat Puppets
    Jethro Tull

    ...but mainly because I just downloaded large chunks of each band's discographies, finally.
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    In another moment of Amazon madness I have picked up a good chunk of early Jethro Tull for £4 each and I'm now playing my way through the lot. Current favourites:

    Nothing Is Easy (from Stand Up)
    For A Thousand Mothers (from Stand Up)
    Nothing To Say (from Benefit)
    Play In Time (from Benefit)
    Cross Eyed Mary (from Aqualung)
    Locomotive Breath (from Aqualung)
    Witches Promise (from Living In The Past)
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      CommentAuthorM.Shay
    • CommentTimeAug 25th 2008
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    The album rotation looks to be as follows:
    Destroyer 666-Cold Steel For An Iron Age
    Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds-No More Shall We Part, along with some various other tunes
    Deceased-Pretty much every album, though I'm focusing on "As The Weird Travel On"
    Some Random shots of PJ Harvey
    I've also been jamming some MC-5 and Sir Lord Baltimore
    it's very possible I'll hit up some Joy Division and The Black Keys as well
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    Last night's extravaganza....

    Aug 24, 2008


    Bang On A Can/Kyaw Kyaw Naing - Seik Kyu Ahla

    The Dylan Group - Avila
    Bart Hopkin - Mild Steel & Cube
    Kemper Norton - Pease Pottage
    Triosk - Lost Broadcast
    Robert Rich & Ian Boddy - Depth Charge
    Hans Reichel & Eroc - Fancy Blue
    Lemon Kittens - Motet
    Bjork (w/Robert Wyatt) - Submarine
    Brian Eno - Alternative 3

    Shearwater - Home Life
    Sand Snowman - Stained Glass Morning
    Warsaw Village Band - At The Front of the Gates
    Ingrid Karklins - (Never) Shake My Soul
    Joanna Newsom - Cosmia
    Talk Talk - I Believe In You

    Philharmonie - Autumn Rain
    Lars Hollmer Global Home Project - Ljuva Lagen
    3 Mustaphas 3 - Sitna Lisa
    The Decemberists - The Infanta
    Crazy Backwards Alphabet - Sarayushka (The Grange)
    Danielle Dax - The Id Parade
    Korpiklaani - Tapporauta
    Aleuchatistas - Now, Now is Then
    Mats/Morgan Band - Sinus

    Henry Cow - Falling Away
    King Crimson - Indoor Games
    Peter Hammill - Event Horizon
    David Bowie - Heathen
    The President - Ride the Wide Streets
    Zony Mash - Electric Sandworms
    Ananda Shankar Experience w/State of Bengal - Pluck
    Bajofondo - Zitarrosa
    Massive Attack - Man Next Door
    Leila - Little Acorns
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      CommentAuthorJeff Owens
    • CommentTimeAug 25th 2008
     (3403.13)
    Bolt Thrower - ...For Victory
    The Mars Volta - De-loused In The Comatorium, Amputechture
    Dismember - Like An Everflowing Stream
    Graf Orlock - Destination Time Yesterday
    Yakuza - Transmutations

    I tend to listen to albums on repeat, but I think I will be going through a lot of stuff this week.
    • CommentAuthorredben
    • CommentTimeAug 25th 2008
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    @anyone into dubstep.

    I'm expanding my dubstep listening. Recommend me your favourite stuff.
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    I'm sometimes scared by the amount of music there is to sort through. It's pretty easy to step backwards, so this week...

    1. R. Crumb and his Cheap Suit Serenaders, Singing in the Bathtub
    2. David Bowie, Scary Monsters
    3. All of Weird Al Yankovic's Polkas (This seems to drive some people mad)
    4. X-Ray Spex, Let's Submerge
    5. UXA, Immunity

    And finally, the only 'new' thing at the moment, Elvis Costello's 'Momofuku'. I've only really listened to it in passing, but it's starting to grab my attention more and more...

    Edit

    Oh yeah! Forgot a new Eclectic Method piece. These guys are brilliant. Thanks for bringing them to my attention months back, Warren...

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      CommentAuthorbrittanica
    • CommentTimeAug 25th 2008
     (3403.16)
    @val a lindsay ii
    thank god i'm not the only one who's having a hard time getting into momofuku. for an album i went to so much trouble for (bought it on vinyl, and don't even have a working record player), i'm sure not putting a lot of time into it.

    i am probably going to go through an elvis costello phase, listened to mighty like a rose today, i continue to have stuff from brutal youth stuck in my head.
    might just listen to it all chronologically.
    • CommentAuthordot_xom
    • CommentTimeAug 26th 2008
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    Right now, David Byrne and Brian Eno's Strange Overtones is on repeat--at least until I get the full album.
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      CommentAuthornigredo
    • CommentTimeAug 26th 2008
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    Gyorgi Ligeti Edition vol 5 - Mechanical Music

    Mother Tongue - Ghost Note

    Pivot - O Soundtrack My Heart

    Hammers of Misfortune - The August Engine
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      CommentAuthorKernowdrunk
    • CommentTimeAug 26th 2008 edited
     (3403.19)
    Redben said...@anyone into dubstep.

    I'm expanding my dubstep listening. Recommend me your favourite stuff.



    If you like the gloomy atmospheric end of things , Kode 9 and Spaceape's " Memories of the Future" is an amazing album.....recommended on here if I remember.

    Pinch's " Underwater Dancehall" is very popular too. A bit too jolly for me.

    Burial " Untrue ". Good for rainy evenings.

    The Bug " London Zoo" Haven't heard it myself ,but it's meant to be a musically diverse political beast.



    This week's listening...adjusting to 6.00 am awakenings by playing " Wonderful Rainbow " by Lightning Bolt
    at full volume. Joyful , messy and oddly soothing. And the lovely new 4am.
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    "Barbed Wire Kisses" - Jesus and the Mary Chain
    "Blast the Human Flower" - Danielle Dax
    "Younger Than Yesterday" - The Byrds
    "Human Destination" - The Upsidedown