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    • CommentAuthorRobson
    • CommentTimeMay 18th 2009
     (5885.21)
    At this moment, I'm pretty much just clicking the Play buttons here - http://www.inbflat.net/
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    Common Market-Tobacco Road. American underground hip-hop. Objectively speaking, its not their best album, and it could really use some cutting down, but for some reason it has a certain charm for me that I can't quite pin down.
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    Bought Sky Larkin's debut album yesterday. It's by-the-numbers indie pop made by two guys and a girl from Leeds, who are into things like fossils and antibodies. I really like it.
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      CommentAuthornigredo
    • CommentTimeMay 18th 2009
     (5885.24)
    Sunn O))) - Monoliths & Dimensions

    Torngat - La Petite Nicole
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      CommentAuthorrev'd '76
    • CommentTimeMay 18th 2009
     (5885.25)
    @nigredo-- What did you think of it? I'd never tried a Sunn O))) album before, unless you count their Boris collab, 'Altar'... While I adore 'Altar', 'M&D' bored me. Well, maybe bored is the wrong word-- it's very well-executed, but it didn't really -do- anything for me.
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      CommentAuthoroldhat
    • CommentTimeMay 18th 2009
     (5885.26)
    The Can Kickers has been playing on my iPod nonstop. Fucking AMAZING group from out of Connecticut.
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      CommentAuthorinfomancer
    • CommentTimeMay 18th 2009
     (5885.27)
    Iggy and the Stooges - Raw Power and Fun House
    High on Fire - Blessed Black Wings
    Motorhead - Overkill and Ace of Spades
    Saint Vitus - Born Too Late
    Obsessed - Lunar Womb

    Been listening to all of Wino's old bands since seeing him open up for Clutch last weekend. He was supposed to play the stuff from his new album, but Jon Blank (who was playing bass for him) OD'ed and died recently, so he decided to tour anyway and just play acoustic sets. It was amazing. I'm not sure how many people exist that can pick up an acoustic guitar and churn out a set of serious doom metal, but Wino is definitely one of them.
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      CommentAuthornotwolf
    • CommentTimeMay 18th 2009 edited
     (5885.28)
    and! my top 21 most-listened to songs from last week, accordin' to the thingies what looks at my stuff like that:

    1) Mazzy Star – Into Dust
    2) Pavement – Summer Babe (Winter Version)
    3) Girlyman – The Shape I Found You In
    4) Kings of Leon – Be Somebody
    5) U2 – Shadows and Tall Trees
    6) Jane's Addiction – Of Course
    7) Lauryn Hill – The Mystery of Iniquity
    8) Jenny Owen Youngs – Clean Break
    9) Ani DiFranco – a spade
    10) Kings of Leon – I Want You
    11) Cat Power – Hate
    12) The Mekons – Alone and Forsaken (Hank Williams cover)
    13) Thin White Rope – Red Sun
    14) Brightblack Morning Light – Black Feather Wishes Rise
    15) Ben Harper – Sexual Healing (Marvin Gaye cover)
    16) J. Tillman – Barter Blues
    17) Ray Wylie Hubbard – The Way Of The Fallen
    18) Hüsker Dü – Dead Set On Destruction
    19 Natalie Portman – P is for Portman, P is for Pussy
    20) Solomon Burke – None of Us Are Free
    21) Isaac Hoskins – Song for the 45th


    startin t'think that i may not be typical in the Whitechapel listening pool. i see a pile of electronian and industrialized sounds, (f'r lack of a better descriptor - work with me here...).
    ...Not that i'm calling anyone here 'typical', so dun get yer hackles up.

    Here in (Denton) Texas, Twang is in the Heart.
    • CommentAuthorIllogic
    • CommentTimeMay 19th 2009
     (5885.29)
    Lucy Loves Superbillion has been getting a lot of play trough my shitty laptop speakers recently.
    Other than that there's been some Modest Mouse, some The Roots, a bit of Ellen Allien, and the soundtrack to System Shock 2.
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      CommentAuthornigredo
    • CommentTimeMay 19th 2009
     (5885.30)
    @revD

    I like them a lot so I'm a bit biased, but I found it really cool to listen to. I like the wider variety of sounds.

    np:

    Bennie Maupin - The Jewel in the Lotus

    Herbie Hancock 7 (+1) - March 22, 1973 Boston,Ma. Jazz Workshop
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    BEAR VS SHARK-relax....
    MINISTRY-rio grande blood
    PROPAGANDHI-potemkin city limits

    i am slowly but surely getting excited to see propagandhi this weekend. it will be almost 13 years since the first time i did...the combination of getting old and bands that stay together for a long time is weird.
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    Cheeseball rock and roll can really bring a smile to my face.

    Thus, I was delighted when DIRTY KARMA of Mexico City befriended my band on the myspace. I really quite enjoyed the first few tunes.
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      CommentAuthorrev'd '76
    • CommentTimeMay 19th 2009 edited
     (5885.33)
    NASA - Diamonds & Wood (cassette)
    Re-listening to Boris & Sun O)))'s 'Altar', the 14:46 'Bloodswamp' segued almost -seamlessly- into the first track of this garage-prog distortion festival. Very driven shit! Definitely going to get some heavy rotation out of this one.

    Jesse Sykes & The Sweet Hereafter - Like, Love, Lust & The Open Halls of the Soul
    Haven't heard yet, but will be listening en route to work tonight. Another 'Altar'-related investigation.

    ...A nice leisurely walk later: Jesse's vocals are soft'n'smokey, the lyrics imagist and wistful; overall, the album alternates between sparse & lush w/ the recording lovingly reproducing both the singer's & the instruments' faults, transmuting them into strengths. Striking. Country w/ the occasional rock/pop hook. Total keeper. Favorite tracks at the mo seem to be 'You Might Walk Away', 'How Will We Know', and 'Aftermath'.
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    Heading off to work now, so not listening to anything... but this past Sunday:


    Smoke & Mirrors
    KEUL - 88.9 Girdwood, AK
    KABN- FM 89.7 Kasilof, AK
    Sundays, 7-10pm
    =======================================
    Presented by The Centipede Foundation - Applied & Implied Art Since 1976

    May 17, 2009

    Joe Zawinul - Orient Express

    Fareed Haque - The Chant
    Nasida Ria -Keadilan
    Temple of Sound/Rizwan-Muzzam Qaawali - The Jeweled Heart
    Holger Czukay - Persian Love
    Frederico Aubele - Luna y Sol
    Revolutionary Dub Warriors - Walkabout

    Monomono Tire - Loma da Nigbehin
    Ed Palermo Big Band - RNDZL
    Sway Machinery - Avieni Malkeinu Z'khor
    Don Byron - Belmondo's Lip
    Fast 'n' Bulbous - Smithsonian Institute Blues
    David Fiuczynski - Fung Wah Express
    Medeski Martin & Wood - Free Go Lily
    Fela Kuti & Africa 70 - Chop 'n' Quench

    3 Mustaphas 3 - Starehe Mustapha 1,2,3
    JG Thirlwell - Tuff
    Alamaailman Vasarat - Delhin Yot
    Lars Hollmer - Nationsjazz
    Drobinska - Kopenitsa
    Yat-Kha - Kadarchy (live)

    Ensemble Raye - Cumbada
    Tipsy - Mr Excitement
    Peeni Waali vs Schildpatt - Der mit der Derwich tantz
    OOIOO - On mani
    Dubblestandart (Lee Scratch Perry/Ari Up) - Defending Rights & Justice/Island Girl Dub
    Transglobal Underground - Piranha One Chord Boots
    Jah Wobble/Bill Laswell - 6th Chamber

    Hauschka - Neschnee
    Pedaltone - Goodbye Honeypot
    JG Thirlwell - Spag


    (Tracking the effects of sunlight on the Alaskan-acclimated brain...)
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    Just got the new Jarvis Cocker album, Further Complications, and I've been mainlining old Gary Numan lately. Why, oh why, has his album The Fury never been released on cd?
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    just rock yer vinyl copy....or find an mp3 of it.
    • CommentAuthorjackrabbit
    • CommentTimeMay 19th 2009
     (5885.37)
    Currently obsessing over An Horse's album "Rearrange Beds."

    It's amazing.
    • CommentAuthorAlexGBYMR
    • CommentTimeMay 19th 2009
     (5885.38)
    Iron & Wine - Around the Well. All kinds of lovely.
    65Daysofstatic - The Destruction of Small Ideas. Good time Post-Rock.
    N.A.S.A. - The Spirit of Apollo. Funky. So funky, funky feels like the wrong word. Funky.
    Prefuse 73 - Interregnums. Wonderful stuff.
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    and I've been mainlining old Gary Numan lately. Why, oh why, has his album The Fury never been released on cd?

    Amazon US have it as a paid mp3 download. Amazon UK have it as a CD.
    • CommentAuthorchris g
    • CommentTimeMay 19th 2009 edited
     (5885.40)
    hrrmm...
    in the car:
    NIN - Downward Spiral & AATCHB
    QOTSA - SFTD and Rated R, "C-c-c-c-c-COCAAAAINE!!!"
    MCR - Black Parade and 3 Cheers, HA!

    at home:
    KMFDM - whatever's on blip.fm
    Killing Joke - mostly the heavier albums, but shit! check out Extremities, Dirt & Various Repressed Emotions. Compared to their earlier soft, dance floor'ish stuff, they morphed into a fuckin' HEAVY band in just a few years, geez! ^_^
    also; Heaven and Hell!! thanks to...
    THIS guy
    not only were my spirits picked up, but Heaven and Hell are fucking awesome!
    I hope Warren never has to deal with THAT type of fan!