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      CommentAuthorDoctor_Six
    • CommentTimeMar 3rd 2010
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    Bit mainstream for this place, but the new Gorillaz LP is very impressive.

    Especially the Mark E Smith track
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      CommentAuthortexture
    • CommentTimeMar 3rd 2010
     (7802.42)
    MC Frontalot

    Nerdcore hiphop. Lots of free DLs on the site.
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      CommentAuthorNeilFord
    • CommentTimeMar 3rd 2010
     (7802.43)
    Modey Lemon.

    A lot.
    • CommentAuthorJiveKitty
    • CommentTimeMar 4th 2010
     (7802.44)
    @Taphead: Thanks!

    Earlier today:

    Tool - Undertow
    Tool - Lateralus
    Earth - Earth 2: Special Low Frequency Version
    Sage Francis - A Healthy Distrust
    Bolt Thrower - Realm of Chaos
    Some other stuff.

    Now playing: Isis - Oceanic
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    Right now: DJ Spooky The Secret Song

    Last Sunday:

    Smoke & Mirrors
    KEUL - FM 88.9 Girdwood, AK
    FM 105.3 Hope, AK
    Sundays, 7-10pm
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    Presented by The Centipede Foundation - Applied & Implied Art Since 1976



    Feb 28, 2010

    U Srinivas/Michael Brook - Dance
    Eyvind Kang - Horizon (w/Tucker Martine)
    DBR - Spaceships Over Haiti
    Guillermo E Brown - If We Can Ever Find A Way
    Tantroniq - Goodbye Zero One

    Hedningarna - The Song Of A Maiden
    Efterklang - Full Moon
    Hanne Hukkelberg - The Pirate
    Talk Talk - New Grass
    Robert Wyatt - Anachronist

    The Drift - Inconsistency Principle
    Matthew Shipp - Equilibrium (solo piano)
    Bird Show Band - Quintet One
    Moon Wiring Club - Information Services
    Wha Ha Ha - Zoo

    Soma - God Sends The Meat and The Devil Cooks
    Ennio Morricone - For A Few Dollars More (Terranova Mix)
    Gil Scott-Heron - New York Is Killing Me
    Massive Attack - Psyche
    DJ Spooky - Dazed and Confused Dub
    The Sky From Cairo - Sufi Disco

    Neil B Rolnick - Balkanization
    Jon Hassell/Brian Eno - Griot
    Kemper Norton - Warrior Login
    Halfmonk - Methane Seep
    Beak - Ears Have Ears
    Robert Rich/Ian Boddy - React

    Anthony Moore - ABCD Gol'Fish
    Thinking Plague - Moonsongs

    I've just become "Fundraising Director" for KEUL. We're redesigning our website, first priority is streaming. Then you're all buying T-Shirts and becoming "listener supporters". From Girdwood to Global!
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    EXTORTION-loose screws 10"
    CHARLES BRONSON/ ICE NINE split 7"
    HEWHOCORRUPTS-ten steps to success 12"
    and espn radio, even though it is physically hurting me now that baseball season is in the spring training stage. baseball is boring enough, pre season baseball is like stabby things in my mouth. so why do i keep subjecting myself???
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    System of a down...
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    I always want my electronic music like i like my chocolate... DARK & MOODY!
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    @icelandbob RIGHT ON!
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    @JiveKitty Good call on the Sage Francis decision.
    • CommentAuthorKirbyPunch
    • CommentTimeMar 4th 2010 edited
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    Switched On Bach, For one....

    And the Fight Club Soundtrack By The Chemical Brothers, The Moon and Antarctica by Modest Mouse,and ME FIRST AND GIMME GIMMES LOVE THEIR COUNTRY.
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      CommentAuthorinfomancer
    • CommentTimeMar 4th 2010
     (7802.52)
    The Give 'Em The Boot comps from Hellcat Records have been pretty much on repeat here lately. Along with some Clash, Bad Brains, and Ramones. I'm luring the gf ever further into the wonderful world of punk.

    Also:
    Mammoth Grinder - Extinction of Humanity
    Hour of 13 - S/T
    • CommentAuthorJiveKitty
    • CommentTimeMar 4th 2010
     (7802.53)
    @chainsaw.serenade: I do like the Sage.

    Cat Stevens - Tea for the Tillerman
    The Stooges - Fun House

    Right now: Electric Wizard - We Live

    @KirbyPunch: I've only heard the Dust Brothers stuff in the movie itself. Soundtrack is good? Do you know what their other stuff's like?
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    @jivekitty by some weird coincidence i found The Fight Club soundtrack at a thrift store today. It's pretty good. Very much akin to their regular studio albums.

    Actually the Wiki tells me that the Dust Brothers and the Chemical Brothers are in fact different people. Although they sound suspiciously similar.

    So to answer you question @jivekitty, it sounds like a Chemical Brothers album.
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      CommentAuthortexture
    • CommentTimeMar 5th 2010
     (7802.55)
    @ Zombie & Kitty

    The band now known as Chemical Brothers originally used the name Dust Brothers. They had to chage it when the US Dust Brothers (the ones who did the Fight Club OST) objected. So by the time they released their first major-label album, they were the Chemical Brothers (the album was called 'Exit Planet Dust').

    The Dust Brothers best-known work is probably the production on Paul's Boutique, the best out of the Beastie Boys albums. They have also worked with a huge range of other US artists, including the godawful Hanson.

    In another interesting aside, my band stole the UK duo's name: we are the Chemical Poets. No relation.
    • CommentAuthorKirbyPunch
    • CommentTimeMar 10th 2010
     (7802.56)
    I did not know that! Interesting stuff. My buddy sent me the album with some stuff as a present! All I know is that I dig it.