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    • CommentTimeJan 5th 2010 edited
    A Plea for Purging- Depravity
    Queens Of The Stone Age- Era Vulgaris
    The Blank Theory- Beyond the Calm of The Corridor
    Sybreed- The Pulse of Awakening
    Boxcutter- Glyphic
    Bleed the Sky- Murder the Dance
    Big Sugar- 500 Pounds
    Cypress Hill- IV
    Eluveitie- Evocation I:The Arcane Dominion
      CommentAuthorPaul Sizer
    • CommentTimeJan 5th 2010
    A little poppy, a little clangy this week so far:

    LITTLE BOOTS: Meddle/New In Town/Stuck on Repeat (cute girls who can play synthesizers? Sign me up. Plus, she writes hooks that land whales)
    FIXMER McCARTHY: Between the Devil (A new Nitzer Ebb album when there isn't a new Nitzer Ebb album)
    KISSING THE PINK: Naked (found the expanded first album online for download; excellent 80's weirdo electronic pop)
    BUZZCOCKS: Best Of (needed a punky pop fix. This will do nicely)
    WASHED OUT: Life of Leisure (Hazy nu-synth music, sounds like it's off an old cassette you found under your bed.)
    • CommentTimeJan 5th 2010
    Also, BASTARD CHILD DEATH CULT — the band featuring former members of Monster Voodoo Machine, Cancer Bats and Damn 13.
  1.  (7510.24)
    Rihanna, Little Boots, and Britney Spears on one playlist.

    On the other playlist, Silversun Pickups, The Long Blondes, Tegan and Sara, and Metric.

    No men this week, apparently.
    • CommentTimeJan 5th 2010

    Except for Silversun Pickups! Their singer is male, surprisingly enough with that voice. I thought sure that was a woman singing the first time I heard them.
  2.  (7510.26) sez:

    Los Campesinos!
    Regina Spektor
    Mos Def
    Cheap Trick
    Chuck Prophet
    Black Star
    • CommentAuthorMathias B
    • CommentTimeJan 5th 2010
    GOLDFRAPP: Seventh Tree
    Tons of DONOVAN
    JAY-Z: Unplugged
    BON IVER: For Emma, Forever Ago
    FELA KUTI: The Best Of
    KID CUDI: Man on the Moon
    And my friends in PINEY WOODS:
  3.  (7510.28)
    LOW THREAT PROFILE s/t 7" over and over an over and over since i got it...this fucker is over four years late, and was recorded 'before 9/11' and FINALLY saw the light of day this past month. so tight. so brutal.

    also the WEEZER 'wondering if i want you to' 7". it cuts throught the evil.
  4.  (7510.29)
    My page tells me I've been listening to these guys this week:

    Man Man
    Manu Chao
    Gogol Bordello
    Lone Ranger
    The Fall
    Leonard Cohen
    • CommentAuthorchris g
    • CommentTimeJan 5th 2010
    still addicted to Them Crooked Vultures. tried to pop in some Mastodon in the car the other day to change things up but i took it right back out. i just want TCV in my ears forever ^_^ sorry!
    • CommentTimeJan 5th 2010
    Ane brun have been on both my computers play-list and on my mp3-player for quite a long time now. Here you can watch a concert recorded in Stockholms Concerthall in October 2008.
  5.  (7510.32)
    @ Nigredo. I have Malesch, 2nd and Live at the River Rhine (which a prog friend of mine, a musical Amish, introduced me to). They're all pretty good. I have to admit though that out of all the stuff I'm listening to Stereolab's Mars Audiac Quintet is magnificent, a perfect blend of my two loves, French Lounge and Space-rock. Though "You" by Gong is tremendous also.
    • CommentAuthorOddcult
    • CommentTimeJan 5th 2010
    The Moon and Hare.

    Folk of the Wicker Man soundtrack type, with electronica in there somewhere, and occasionally sprinkled with samples from proper British horror films and ghost stories.

    Slightly unsettling. Like Genesis P-orridge joined Steeleye Span.

    • CommentTimeJan 5th 2010
     (7510.34) says:
    The Clash
    The Steal
    Daft Punk
    New Century Classics
    Jóhann Jóhannsson
    The New Pornographers
    Parts & Labor
    Zola Jesus
    Bird From The Abyss
    Do Make Say Think
    The Kilimanjaro Darkjazz Ensemble

    Of course that doesn't take into consideration my work listening, which this week has mostly consisted of Maurice Ravel, Grouper's Dragging a dead deer, and Múm's Yesterday was dramatic; over and over again. My coworkers think I'm insane.
    • CommentTimeJan 5th 2010
    Dj Earworm's "United State of Pop 2009 (Blame It on the Pop)": "Another year, another year-end mashup, once again consisting of the top 25 most popular hit songs of 2009, according to Billboard Magazine."

    I look forward to these every year, and this one's the best yet.
    • CommentTimeJan 5th 2010
    Ariana, that is about a bajillion times of fun.

    [plays again]
    • CommentTimeJan 6th 2010
    Ha, that totally reminded me about Skillz' 2009 Rap Up (an annual round-up of the year's events he's done since what, '01?)
  6.  (7510.38)
    Needed the motivation to go running last night, so I put Clark's Turning Dragon on for the first time in quite a while. I forgot how crazy I went for it when it first came out.

    Clark - Volcan Veins
    • CommentTimeJan 6th 2010
    A lot of the same ol' same ol'.
    BUT I just d/l'ed a remix album of Ohgr's Welcome to Collidoskope, for free here.
    It's just of one song (which happens to be my FAVORITE song of '09) but it was all done by members of Skinny Puppy's sorta-unofficial message board, before the idea of a remix album was even announced.
    This whole project blows whatever Trent has been doing w/ NIN out of the water for me. So much more personal, more interactive, I'm digging the music way more...
    • CommentTimeJan 6th 2010
    Broadcast - Future Crayon

    Pram - The Moving Frontier