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    So what are you listening to right now?

    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.

    This is what I have queued up in Winamp right this second:

    1. Misophone - Oradea at Dawn (1:19)
    2. Misophone - Castles in the Sand (4:25)
    3. Misophone - Bull Horn Instrumental (0:46)
    4. Misophone - Cow Bell Blues (4:41)
    5. Misophone - Run Run Run (3:10)
    6. Misophone - A Ghost of Right Wing America (3:48)
    7. Misophone - Days of Regret (2:42)
    8. Misophone - Skylark in F (1:11)
    9. Misophone - Lost March for the Dead (3:03)
    10. Misophone - Rest Asleep (4:23)
    11. Misophone - The Faces in the Window (3:21)
    12. Misophone - Interlude 2 (1:32)
    13. Patrick Kosk - Mondweiss (13:36)
    14. Patrick Kosk - Das Kastchen Und Tripitaka (9:55)
    15. Patrick Kosk - Angklung & Ice (12:40)
    16. Patrick Kosk - Distrak, Sillalla (11:37)
    17. Patrick Kosk - La Boite (9:05)
    18. Patrick Kosk - Transmissions In A... (System Of Coordinates) (18:23)
    19. Pelican - Embedding the Moss (5:24)
    20. Pelican - Ephemeral (7:45)
    21. Pelican - Geometry of Murder (Earth Cover) (7:37)
    22. beautiful babes in springtime brainwave band (11:20)
    23. larkin grimm (15:58)
    24. Regina Spektor - Blue Lips (3:32)
    25. Regina Spektor - The Calculation (3:09)
    26. Regina Spektor - Dance Anthem of the 80s (3:02)
    27. Regina Spektor - Eet (3:52)
    28. Regina Spektor - Folding Chair (3:33)
    29. Regina Spektor - Genius next door (5:04)
    30. Regina Spektor - Human of the Year (4:05)
    31. Regina Spektor - Laughing With (3:15)
    32. Regina Spektor - machine (3:52)
    33. Regina Spektor - Man of a Thousand Faces (3:07)
    34. Regina Spektor - One More Time With Feeling (3:56)
    35. Regina Spektor - the wallet (2:26)
    36. Regina Spektor - Two Birds (3:15)
    37. Tangerine Dream - Phaedra (17:46)
    38. Tangerine Dream - Mysterious Semblance At The Strand Of Nightmares (9:55)
    39. Tangerine Dream - Movements Of A Visionary (8:01)
    40. Tangerine Dream - Sequent C' (2:18)
    41. Julian Cope - Breath of Odin (73:40)
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      CommentAuthormister86
    • CommentTimeJun 15th 2009
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    A lot of Dr. Steel lately. People of Earth in particular.
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      CommentAuthornigredo
    • CommentTimeJun 15th 2009
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    Pastorius/Metheny/Bley/Ditmas - Jaco
    • CommentAuthorkuru93
    • CommentTimeJun 15th 2009
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    Watched Eden Log last night and while searching to see if the soundtrack was available, found that Seppuku Paradigm posted it for free download on their site along with the soundtrack to Martyrs: Seppuku Paradigm.
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      CommentAuthortaphead
    • CommentTimeJun 15th 2009
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    St. Vincent - Marry Me (sptf) & Actor (sptf)
    No-Man - Schoolyard Ghosts (sptf)
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    adrian sherwood interview and mix from here
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    I'm late to the party as I bought the new Sun O))) album today.

    That's going to be on all week I suspect.
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      CommentAuthorinfomancer
    • CommentTimeJun 15th 2009 edited
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    I've been listening to the new Pelican EP as well. It sounds like B-sides from City of Echoes, but I liked City of Echoes, so it's not bad. I hope they have some new sounds for me to take in by the time they release their next full-length, though.

    Other stuff:
    Clutch - Strange Cousins From the West (loving it so far)
    Xasthur - All Reflections Drained
    Eels - Hombre Lobo
    Chris Wollard - The Ship Thieves (Formerly of Hot Water Music. Strangely summery album, if you like your summers a tad morose.)
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    Noisy emo-tinged punky poppy boy-girl wailing courtesy of Johnny Foreigner. Picked up their debut album for £5 off 7digital. Great.

    Also, School of Seven Bells do that shoegaze/techno thing with slices of New Age on top. Pretty. Cool.
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      CommentAuthornotwolf
    • CommentTimeJun 15th 2009
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    @Mercer Finn: S7B were just here in town! a groovy little bunch, abrasiethereal...


    But! thread!

    my top 21 most-listened to songs from last week, accordin' to the thingies what looks at my stuff like that:



    1) Slobberbone – One Rung
    2) rtb2 – Wishy Waltz
    3) ryan thomas becker – Cannonball
    4) Cory Branan – Hell-bent and Heart-first
    5) The Smashing Pumpkins – Siva
    6) The Baptist Generals – Going Back Song
    7) Slint – Washer
    8) Moon – Jane Roberts
    9) Lovers – The First Law of Thermodynamics
    10) Kris Delmhorst – Ain't No Grave
    11) Pinebox Serenade – The Plains
    12) U2 – Tower Of Song (Featuring Leonard Cohen)
    13) Allen Ginsberg – Sunflower Sutra
    14) Slobberbone – Scuffed
    15) Verulf – Athena
    16) Two Cow Garage – Should've California
    17) Old Crow Medicine Show – I Hear Them All
    18) Leonard Cohen – A Thousand Kisses Deep
    19) Sonic Youth – I'm Not There (Bob Dylan cover)
    20) Wussy – Gone Missing
    21) Matisyahu – Close My Eyes
    • CommentAuthorAdeBrown
    • CommentTimeJun 15th 2009 edited
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    @ Kuru93
    That Martyrs soundtrack is excellent, almost made the film appealing !
    (And I have to watch it again with a friend soon, just to make my mind up that the first half and the second half are really joined.)

    This just found its way to my ears:
    www.myspace.com/sacramentobooksandrecords
    (esp. the King Creosote version)
    And there's the small matter of The Jams "Black Room EP".
    Oh I have to give the eels one another go.
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    Last night...

    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

    June 14, 2009


    Leb Bib - Zone 9

    Sunny Ade & His African Beats - Ja Fun Mi
    Ocote Soul Sounds & Adrian Quesada - Tu Fin, Mi Comienzo
    Positive Catastrophe - Contenido Adentro
    Ed Palermo - What's New In Baltimore
    Slobo Horo - Dostlug Ragsi
    Balkan Beat Box - Habibi Min Zaman (Mr Tunes Remix)

    Aisha Kandisha's Jarring Effects - Nbrik
    Transglobal Underground - Dust Bowl
    Outlaw Dervish - No Illusions
    Stephen Kent - Yekke
    Jah Wobble & Chinese Dub Orchestra - Space/Silence/Walking The Horse/Solitude
    Detty Kurnia - Serat Ti Anjeun

    Tapani Varis - Low Dance
    Hedningarna - Raven
    Bakshish - Curious
    Terry Dame & Electric Junkyard Gamelan - Space Kitty (new excerpt)
    Medeski Martin & Wood - Junkyard
    Hugh Hopper - Complications at Work
    Alamaailman Vasarat - Mamelukki & Musta Leski

    Temple of Sound/Rizwan-Muazzan Qawwali - Wheel of Heaven
    Outlaw Dervish - Serpent's Kiss
    Brian Eno - Fractal Zoom
    The Cutler - Claymore
    Pickadelic - Burn Mamacita
    DJ Krush/Toshinori Kondo- Toh-Sui
    JG Thirlwell - Brock Graveside/Tuff

    Can - Unfinished
    Grutronic - grutronic meets evan parker
    Jon Hassell - Darbari Bridge


    And there's the new Cryptomusicology playlist, too (My MySpace simulation of a radio show...)
    • CommentAuthoricelandbob
    • CommentTimeJun 15th 2009 edited
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    Whats on my MP3 player today....

    Murcof - Cosmos: Very lovely Minimal Elevtronic stuff from mexico. thanks to Nigredo for the tip

    Foreign Born - Person to Person: RevD suggested this one last week and i found a copy. lovely tunes!

    Boris - Pink: I got this album after hearing the signature tune "Farewell" which is massive slab of shoegaze noise. I recommend it

    Unatural Helpers - Unatural Helpers: Found these guys on the Pukeos blog. Very loud Garage rock where the tracks are barely over a minute long. (you can download it here)

    Leningrad - Made in zhopa: russian Ska Punk

    Black Uhuru - The Dub Factor: Classic Dub. Needs no explanation
    • CommentAuthorMathias B
    • CommentTimeJun 15th 2009
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    Blues mode this week, which means tons of BLIND BLAKE, BUMBLE BEE SLIM, CHARLEY PATTON, SKIP JAMES and many others. Acoustic, pre-war stuff, mostly.
    Besides that, EINSTÜRZENDE NEUBAUTEN'S "Ende Neu," SONIC YOUTH'S "Washing Machine," and "Treasure" by the COCTEAU TWINS.
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      CommentAuthorrev'd '76
    • CommentTimeJun 15th 2009 edited
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    J-Dilla - 'Donuts'
    I feel like a bag of ass for not getting this sooner. Phenomenal. For fans of Madlib's instrumentals-- though this is several steps beyond. It emerges from your speakers feeling less like a cut-up than an immaculate conception.

    Nadja - 'Numbness'
    Picked this one up for Aiden Baker. Him & Tim Hecker on 'Fantasma Parastasie' kicked my can, so this oughta to be good. Haven't heard it yet; it's on after 'Donuts'.

    Burning Star Core - anything I can get my hands on, at this point.
    If you liked 'Challenger' you should get the 'Amelia' EP. Work your way out from there. I don't dig C. Spencer Yeh's solo stuff, but BSC has produced little that is not experimental gold.
    • CommentAuthorAlexGBYMR
    • CommentTimeJun 16th 2009
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    The Hope Conspiracy - Cold Blue/File 03/Endnote/Death Knows Your Name. - It's a Hope Con kind of day.

    Minor Threat - Complete Discography. And a Minor Threat kind of day.

    A Hawk and a Hacksaw - Darkness at Noon/The Way The Wind Blows/Délivrance. - Because I'm getting ready to see them live in 6 days. Which will be awesome.

    Refused - The Shape of Punk to Come. When is it not a Refused kind of day?

    And whatever Zao I can find, because, you know, yeah.
    • CommentAuthorAlexGBYMR
    • CommentTimeJun 16th 2009
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    Also on the playlist this week is the new Weathermen leak. It's pretty damn good.
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    @AlexGBYMR

    Off to see Hawk and a Hacksaw tonight...should be a fine evening.

    mostly listening to The Clean , who are my favourite Antipodean postpunk indie band at the moment.
    • CommentAuthorpi8you
    • CommentTimeJun 16th 2009
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    Apologies for mucking up the listening thread with video, but Wierd Al's internet teases have begun, and delight:


    And the 2-disc soundtrack to Michiko to Hatchin finally came out, a marvelous Latin concoction assembled by Cowboy Bebop's Shinichiro Watanabe, seeing heavy play from me at the moment.
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      CommentAuthormister86
    • CommentTimeJun 16th 2009
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    @notwolf

    I see you have Slobberbone on that list. You are officially the second person I've seen that knows who they are.