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    • CommentTimeJul 16th 2009
    Do any of you have lists on I use it a lot for new project soundtracks.
    • CommentAuthorBoga_
    • CommentTimeJul 16th 2009
    I remember fooling around with it for a while, but I've never paid much attention to it.
    • CommentTimeJul 16th 2009
    This is apparently what the kids are listening to.

    Nevertheless, it's good. I don't want to throw out the Burial link straight away because it's light years away from that scene and those influences, but it's got that late-night, melancholy vibe. Like listening to a hiphop track filtered through the highway scenes of Collateral. It's kind of taken up residence in my head for a day or two.
    • CommentTimeJul 16th 2009

    if you are interested in the CD swap, email me at sekritaprikot AT gmail with a mailing address and a one-line bio.

    to wit:

    each individual in the swap will make ONE 'mix CD', and will then duplicate it ONCE for each other person in the group.
    Then you'll send a copy to each of the respective participants, so that, for the time and price of a handful of blank CD's, you'll get a zillion new songs.

    if the response gets overwhelming, i'll break it into blocks of 10 random folks, to keep costs manageable.

    and let's try to be representative, not obtuse, yeah?
    • CommentAuthorMathias B
    • CommentTimeJul 18th 2009
    Been listening to "The Awakening" by the AHMAD JAMAL TRIO and I think it's really, really good. Can anyone recommend other Jamal records? Haven't really checked out his music before but this album left me wanting more.
    • CommentAuthor/
    • CommentTimeJul 18th 2009
    One of my favorite childhood songs:

    <a href="">BALLS TO THE WALL</a>
    • CommentTimeJul 18th 2009
    Funk, funk, funk.

    Did I mention the funk?
    • CommentTimeJul 18th 2009
    Aussitot Mort - Montuenga is in the running for best album of 2009 for me. Big and loud and space-y. God damn.

    Also, this week:
    Fujiya & Miyagi - Lightbulbs
    Black Keys - Attack & Release
    Mos Def - The Ecstatic
    Sharon Jones & The Dap Kings, Wilco and William Elliott Whitmore to get prepped for working at the 10,000 Lakes Festival which is going to be five days of wasteoid hippies wearing patchwork pants, doing stupid dances and whining.
    • CommentAuthorChrisD
    • CommentTimeJul 18th 2009
    This week has been:

    The Cat Empire - So Many Nights
    Cage The Elephant - Self Titled

    Awesome fun music for awesome summer weather.

    Just Got:

    Silversun Pickups - Swoon
    Street Sweeper Social Club
    Beast - Beast

    but haven't had a chance to listen to them yet.
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    Around the time that the big Fucked Up album came out last year joe.distort kept telling everyone who liked it about how their early singles were better. Well, he was right of course. They've released a singles collection I think only in Japan, can't find much about it online. But luckily I live in Japan, so I bought it and it's awesome, I like it much more than The Chemistry of Common Life. There's an essay in Japanese inside that I can't read, and on the back all the tracks are translated into Japanese (which is really rare - not just phonetically transliterated, but translated into kanji so that the meanings are clear to Japanese people).

    @ izenmania - I'm so jealous, I'm desperate to get the YFF and Minus 5 albums, can't find them here so I'll have to order them.
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    Currently listening to some Blitzen Trapper, from a recording session they did with Daytrotter.
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    What It Was....

    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

    July 19, 2009

    Hazmat Modine - Bahamut
    The Clockwork Quartet - The Watchmaker's Apprentice
    Drobinska - Atojska Rachenitsa
    Nasida Ria - Nasehat Cinta
    Gary Lucas & Najma Ahktar - Behaal
    Garmarna - Greenest Branch

    Wim Mertens - Mildly Skeeming
    Steve Martland - Danceworks (Pt 3)
    Scott Johnson - Involuntary Song #1
    Lars Hollmer's Global Home Project - Ljuva Lagen
    L'Ensemble Raye - Gengis K.

    Albert Kuvezin & Yat-Kha - When The Levee Breaks
    Steuart Liebig & The Mentones - Headlock
    Ali Hassan Kuban - Om Sha'ar Asmar Medaffar
    Zony Mash - Let's Get Mashed
    Ocote Soul Sounds & Adrian Quesada - Coconut Rock
    Outlaw Dervish - All Over

    Jah Wobble - Universal Dub
    Peter Dixon - Shady Planet
    Bjork - Isobel
    Talking Heads - Air
    Octopus Project - Music Is Happiness
    Soul Coughing - Screenwriter's Blues
    Brian Eno - Out, Out

    Curlew - The Holy Goof
    Ed Palermo Big Band - Regyptian Strut
    Volapuk - Technova
    Hugh Hopper - The Long Drive
    Miriodor - Bewitchment
    Pascal Comelade - The Way I Walk

    Medeski Martin & Wood - Cloud Wars
    Sir Victor Uwaifo & His Melody Maestros - Akayan Ekassa
    Hukwe Zawose/Michael Brook - Tricky Voices
    Secret Archives of The Vatican - Rock The Howdah
    Floratone - Floratone
    • CommentAuthorTC-Cork
    • CommentTimeJul 21st 2009
    Tomahawk - Anonymous
    • CommentTimeJul 21st 2009 edited
    Currently listening to nothing but Evanescence and Mika...

    Trying to learn new songs to sing and they're both in a range I can do... and on my computer XD

    Right now I am Absolutely loving 'Good Enough' and 'Sweet Sacrifice' by Evanescence.

    Also The Riddle 'by' Gigi D'Agostino (pretty sure he just did a remix, but I still love it)