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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. http://home.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=user

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

    Commence playlist speakage.
    • CommentAuthorPersonman
    • CommentTimeNov 3rd 2008
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    Gang Gang Dance - Saint Dymphna - Dust:
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      CommentAuthorGreg SBB!
    • CommentTimeNov 3rd 2008
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    The rather fantastic new Los Campesinos! album.

    That and John McCain's death-rattle.
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      CommentAuthorm3t4lfi3nd
    • CommentTimeNov 3rd 2008 edited
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    This last week my sense of purpose and imagination has been dominated by Halloween and Fallout 3 (xbox360) so if this a reflection on my playlist, well it is really.

    Enslaved – Vertebrae - Post-Black Metal, among Norway's finest still going
    Grayceon - This Grand Show - Cello fronted progressive SF Bay Post-Rock/Metal
    King Diamond - Abigail - 80's theatrical Metal goodness
    Mercyful Fate - Melissa - A Little more of the preceding
    Cynic - Traced in Air - Progggy, technical, jazzyish Death Metal from the pioneers off a 16 year hiatus
    NIN - The Fragile - Listening to lots of NIN for the upcoming show here, we don't get shit here in Bumfuck, Egypt - sometimes I hate living in B.E.,sometimes I love it because of the lack of people and abundance of land
    Agalloch - The White E.P. - U.S. Masters of Pagan dark neo-folk Metal, great Wickerman samples usage to theme this one
    Anathema - Hindsight - U.K.'s long running emotional post-rock/metal giants, a little mopey on the vox, but for fans of past albums to hear past songs get acoustic makeovers it works
    The Album Leaf - One Day I'll Be on Time - More sad kinda post-rock stuff
    • CommentAuthorchris g
    • CommentTimeNov 3rd 2008
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    I simply do not care anymore. I love this band now

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    Some stuff I've picked up recently:

    the rosebuds - night of the furies
    the walkmen - you & me
    pet shop boys - very
    xiu xiu - a promise
    oklkervil river - the stand ins
    the mendoza line - we're in this alone
    simon joyner - the lousy dance
    shannon wright - maps of tactic
    antony & the jonsons - another world EP
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      CommentAuthorremotepush
    • CommentTimeNov 3rd 2008
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    the Ólafur Arnalds CD i bought at the gig the other week turned out to be an EP, even though it was £10! about 20 minutes of music over 5 tracks, none of which really live up to the live potential. oh well, its pleasant enough.
    the nanowrimo write-ins are taking place in one of the coolest places in glasgow - cafe, bar, venue and record shop. i bought a handful of things in there yesterday and am now working my way through them:
    kraftwerk live dvd, which i don't have to hand.
    jesu - why we are not perfect
    juana moina - un dia
    pita - get off
    quinoline yellow - cyriack parasol
    mum - summer makes good

    and then i went to see micah p hinson live, who i've kind of heard bits of on youtube, but didn't really expect to be so alt.country style.
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      CommentAuthornigredo
    • CommentTimeNov 3rd 2008
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    Boris - Smile (Japanese Version)

    Coil - Unreleased Themes For Hellraiser

    Jerry Goldsmith - The Omen OST
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      CommentAuthoreDave
    • CommentTimeNov 3rd 2008
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    i like random on Itunes, tonight, apart from mining a heavy kraftwerk seam, random has brought me sun ra, william shatner (his latest 'hasbeen' is great), fatima mansions, lee hazlewood, shonen knife, brazilian girls, michael nesmith, capsule (a japanese band who have worked with daft punk), chrome hoof (a twelve piece thrash/speed/metal/disco combo who wear silver robes), john coltrane, ice cube, boredoms (saw these live this year, best gig ever, beating off chrome hoof oo-er), yello, mudhoney and sir mixalot 'freak momma' from the judgment night soundtrack, some of the angel heart OST, augustus pablo and fleurety. fleurety are an avant garde death metal band with jazz and folky sort of influences, kind of hard to pin down. and whenever I hear 'chestnut mare' by the byrds, I want to catch a horse.

    eliot suzzman came up too. he's cheerful!
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    Sick Sick Sick - Queens Of The Stone Age
    Stainless Steel Providers - Revolting Cocks
    Dead Memories - Slipknot
    No More Heroes - The Stranglers
    Make It Wit Chu - Queens Of The Stone Age
    Get Down - Revolting Cocks
    Sugar Town - Nancy Sinatra
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      CommentAuthoreDave
    • CommentTimeNov 3rd 2008 edited
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    @ mark B I love sugar town.

    as (edit) a track called 'japan' is coming up on whitechapel radio can i also mention 'for the love of life' by david sylvian.
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      CommentAuthoramaximus
    • CommentTimeNov 3rd 2008
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    pierre henry
    cobra killer
    marvin gaye
    scorn
    autechre
    jamie lidell
    b. fleichmann
    the grails
    calla
    tom waits
    justin timberlake
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    Recently,

    DJ Chaos X
    MC Hellshit and DJ Carhouse
    Kangaroo Moon
    Hecate
    Feindflug
    Aesop Rock
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    AN ALBATROSS
    LAWRENCE ARMS
    GET FUCKED
    sports radio
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      CommentAuthorallana
    • CommentTimeNov 3rd 2008
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    a new friend has a bunch of mixes posted on his blog. one, called "FUCK THE FUCKING ART SCHOOL FUCKHEADS," has two amazing IDM-y electro tracks:
    Sybarite - "Identity #2," and
    Chequerboard - "Peopledust."
    upon further investigations the rest of their respective oeuvres are middling, but there are a few gems. those songs, however, have not left the playlist.

    @Warren, if you're looking for more postrock stuff, a lot of people missed The Beans (Vancouver band, not to be confused with Beans, the rapper) and Emery Reel (i hardly know anything about them but For And Acted Upon Through Diversions was a big hit with me in the early years). then again, who needs more postrock?
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    At the moment, I´m listening to a bootleg I made of Ningizzida, who are a sort of improvised tribal raga outfit, and fabulous.
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    Smoke & Mirrors
    KEUL - 88.9 Girdwood, AK
    KABN- FM 89.7 Kasilof, AK
    Sundays, 7-10pm
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    Nov 2, 2008

    John Surman - Out and About

    Trygve Seim/Frode Haltli - Redemption Song
    Lisa Gerrard/Patrick Cassidy - Sailing to Byzantium
    Phillip Glass - Knee Play 5 (Einstein On The Beach)
    Test Dept - Sarff
    Garmarna - Vengeance
    Talk Talk - New Grass

    Hauschka - Rode Null
    Hopper S. Klossner (Hugh Hopper/Lisa S. Klossner) - Kissed & Stabbed
    Birdsongs of the Mesozoic - Terry Riley's House
    Zelwer - The Fiancee's Dream
    Balanescu Quartet - Model
    Michael Nyman - Queen of The Night
    Kottarashky - I want you to sleep

    Colin Newman - Fish Five
    Harmonia - Deluxe
    This Heat - 24 Track Loop
    Kemper Norton - Moonhowlers
    Brian Eno - Distributed Being
    Howie B vs Casino Royale - Plastico Mistico
    Jah Wobble/Bill Laswell - Alsema Dub
    Nils Peter Molvaer - Kakonita

    I Heart Lung - Interoceans III
    Humi (Hugh Hopper/Yumi Hara Cankwell) - Long Dune
    Orange - And then she appeared in the midst of chaos
    Medeski Martin & Wood - God Fire
    KIng Crimson - The Mincer
    Guapo - Five Suns (4)
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      CommentAuthorallana
    • CommentTimeNov 3rd 2008
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    oh, and has anyone heard of Yagya? they're usually minimalist-ambient, but they stray into the dubstep world occasionally ("Their Blood Is Black And Yellow" off of Will I Dream During The Process, for one). or should i repost this in the dubstep thread?
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    improvised tribal raga outfit


    that is the newest sub genre i have heard of. i always love hearing about this kinda fringe shit.