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    So what are you listening to right now?

    I'm listening to the Jonsi album and finding it horribly soporific.
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    Right now? Roxy And Elsewhere. Frank Zappa. "Echidna's Arf (Of You)" and "Don't You Ever Wash That Thing?" are breathtaking, My wife says it sounds like music from Sylvester and Tweety Pie. What a recommendation for anyone.
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    Pink Floyd - Dark Side of the Moon.

    I needed a massive lift today, and that's exactly what I got.
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    EXTORTION 10"
    CHARLES BRONSON/ICE NINE split 7"
    AEROSOLS 12"
    HOT CROSS-risk revivial 12"
    MIND ERASER-cave 12"
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      CommentAuthorKelcey
    • CommentTimeMar 8th 2010
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    Mark Pritchard - Heavy As Stone is saving my life atm.



    also listening to Keudo (Jamie Vex'd) - Dream Sequence EP
    and Fantastic Mr Fox - Sketches EP
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    Nuthin' but J-pop. Old indie from Hige:



    New, featherweight pop fluff from Kuraki Mai (I apologise, it's awful, but that's an amazingly hook-packed chorus and I cannot get it out of my head, and want to inflict it on you):



    And new stuff from Tokyo Jihen (this went out on TV last week with the tsunami warning flashing away in the corner there):



    Oh, and this from the new best of Kimura Kaela:



    Sorry for the video dump, but seriously. Those four associated albums and singles on repeat for ages now. I'm just trying to get past it.
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    what i´m listening to today....

    Infinite Body - Carve Out The Face Of My God
    Ellen Allien - Pump
    Four Letter Word - Zero Visibility (Experiments With Truth)
    Kaki King - Until We Felt Red
    Gonjasufi - A Sufi and a Killer
    Cold Cave and Prurient - Stars Explode
    Sign & Explode - These Seem Like Tarantulas

    But my album this week that i TOTALLY recommend is World is Yours by Mass of the Fermenting Dregs. They are Japanese and do this incredibly catchy heavy Showgaze Power-Pop. Must have played it several times today...
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    Bob! Mass! I saw them twice last year and I'm hoping to catch them again at the end of the month, they're incredibly good live. One of my favourite bands for a while now!
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      CommentAuthorPupato
    • CommentTimeMar 8th 2010
     (7853.9)
    Charles Mingus - "The Black Saint and the Sinner Lady"

    highly recomended!!!
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      CommentAuthornotwolf
    • CommentTimeMar 8th 2010
     (7853.10)
    my top 21 most-listened to songs from last week, accordin' to the thingies what looks at my stuff like that:



    1) Spoon – I Summon You (Cool)
    2) Afghan Whigs – This is my Confession
    3) Casiotone for the Painfully Alone – Don't They Have Payphones Wherever You Were Last Night?
    4) Bonnie 'Prince' Billy – Death to Everyone
    5) Aroah – Cupid Come (My Bloody Valentine cover)
    6) Slobberbone – Get Gone Again
    7) Wild at Heart / Dark Lolita – Angelo Badalamenti and Kinny Landrum
    8) Jay Ungar & Molly Mason – There's Honey On The Moon Tonight
    9) PJ Harvey – Silence
    10) Liz Durrett – you don't owe them anything, ever r
    11) Wye Oak – Obituary
    12) The Avett Brothers – Talk on Indolence
    13) Mark Lanegan – One Hundred Days
    14) Spooky Folk – Rare Bird
    15) Veruca Salt – Sleeping Where I Want
    16) Afghan Whigs – let me lie to you
    17) Mono – Pure As Snow (Trails of the Winter Storm)
    18) Will E Lee – man named silence
    19) John Coltrane – Blue Train
    20) Justine Electra – Blues + Reds
    21) Mad Season – I'm Above
    • CommentAuthorales kot
    • CommentTimeMar 8th 2010
     (7853.11)
    Warren: Godspeed You! Black Emperor's ''Lift Your Skinny Fists..'', because I need something to kick my brain back in so I can finalize one of the Coilhouse #5 articles.

    Apart from that, I was nicely surprised by Salem's ''Water EP'' ..

    All the songs on this ep sound like disjointled submerged versions of Paper Planes, inwhich M.I.A.'s vocals are lost to the heavy hum of bass smoke and reduced to that of a school girl doing karaoke versions of 4AD classics.
    (wowchampagne.blogspot.com)


    Richard Skelton's ''Marking Time - Preservation''

    Skelton embraces entropy at a stroke and only continues to settle in. Simple structures, gilded with grating guitars, lined with piano and strings, led brusquely yet sensitively by Skelton’s downtrodden delivery, his mercurial way with arrangements and steadfast concentration, occasionally elevate these ruminative compositions beyond themselves.
    (themilkfactory.co.uk)


    Clint Mansell's ''Moon OST'' (by the way, a smart, true, amazingly sci-fi film, directed by the son of David Bowie)

    And then the first bars of “Memories (Someone We’ll Never Know”) kick in, and suddenly you don’t just feel like Yuri Gagarin, you are the trailblazing, lonely bastard. As Sam pines for his wife and child while trying to keep it together and stay frosty, Mansell rolls out twinges of beautiful piano modulation, wrapping keys in stellar fog and lingering Cs. It’s everything a good theme should be: understated but sweeping, blistering in the way only heartache can be, and, above all, genuinely memorable. In five minutes flat it cements the mettle of the film, setting up Moon as the missing link in a classified flow chart that demonstrates how employment can crush a mild-mannered drone.
    (cokemachineglow.com)


    ..and Shitmat's ''One Foot in the Rave''.

    There is a succinct lack of depth to this album, and it is hard to be taken seriously, given the extravagant amounts of “hands in the air” moments. Yet, I think that Shitmat never intended for "One Foot in the Rave" to be taken too seriously. "One Foot in The Rave" is a throwback to times since pased, and does not attempt to embrace the future.
    (hangout.altsounds.com)
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      CommentAuthorInternaut
    • CommentTimeMar 8th 2010
     (7853.12)
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      CommentAuthorNygaard
    • CommentTimeMar 8th 2010
     (7853.13)
    The Pink Lincolns. They're on spotify; Got My Tie On is stuck in my brain.

    http://www.myspace.com/pinklincolns
    • CommentAuthorJiveKitty
    • CommentTimeMar 8th 2010
     (7853.14)
    Rage Against the Machine - Evil Empire
    Iron & Wine - Our Endless Numbered Days
    Amanda Palmer - Who Killed Amanda Palmer
    Anathema - Hindsight
    Soundgarden - Down on the Upside
    Star of Ash - Iter.Viator.
    Porcupine Tree - Fear of a Blank Planet
    Emiliana Torrini - Love in the Time of Science

    Now: Fear Factory - Obsolete
    Up next, maybe some jazz, hip-hop or perhaps something mellow and melancholy.
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    Smoke & Mirrors
    KEUL - FM 88.9 Girdwood, AK
    FM 105.3 Hope, AK
    Sundays, 7-10pm
    =======================================
    Presented by The Centipede Foundation - Applied & Implied Art Since 1976



    Mar 7, 2010

    2 Bad Card - Leaving Rome

    Robert Rich - Attar
    Badawi - The Bedouin Walks Alone
    DBR - Sonata for Violin & Turntables (Pt 4)
    The Spy From Cairo - Nayphony

    Garaj Mahal - Witch Doctor
    Charlie Apicella & Iron City - Sparks
    Charlie Hunter - Ode to my Honda Odyssey
    Michael Stubbs - Medford & Main
    Widehive Players - Unstoppable
    Out To Lunch - Skip

    DJ Spooky - No Quarter Dub
    Stereolab - Margerine Melody
    Algernon - Operative vs Opposition
    Peter Blegvad/Andy Partridge - Savanah/Brown Out On Olympus
    Massive Attack - Pray For Rain
    Ennio Morricone (Apollo Four Forty) - Man With The Harmonica

    Peter Gabriel - "Heroes"
    Shearwater - Black Eyes
    These New Puritans - We Want War
    Hedningarna - Stapals

    Fourtet - Swimmers
    Tantroniq - Angel of Mercy
    Leila - Mettle
    Najma Ahktar/Gary Lucas - Woh Dhin
    Jack DeJohnette/Bill Frisell - Storm Clouds & Mist

    Univers Zero - Warrior
    The Science Group - Mnemonic
    Accordion Tribe - Spinning Jenny
    Hanne Hukkelberg - Obelix
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    Drawn From Life - Brian Eno & Peter Schwalm
    Electric Six - Senor Smoke
    John Cale - Vintage Violence (not his best)
    Fad Gadget By Frank Tovey
    Devo - Q: Are We Not Men? A: We Are Devo!
    Devo - Freedom of Choice
    Devo - Oh No! It's Devo
    Devo - Duty Now For The Future
    Devo - New Traditionalists

    guess i'm just having a Devo week.
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    Plastic Beach is Albarn and his kaleidoscopic vision at his peerless best. Straddles the pensive vibe of Demon Days with the abundance of solid hooks and rhymes of the first album. Truly, if you carved the right now ideal album of my current mental state out of sonic ether, it would be Plastic Beach. Fucking great.
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      CommentAuthornigredo
    • CommentTimeMar 9th 2010
     (7853.18)
    Seefeel - Quique

    Autechre - Oversteps
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      CommentAuthorsneak046
    • CommentTimeMar 9th 2010
     (7853.19)
    Since the start of the week, last.fm tells me I've listened to:

    Jay-Z – Threat (Chat One Remix)
    African Music Machine – Congas
    The Meters – Just Kissed My Baby
    The Bar-Kays – Soul Finger
    Maceo & The Macks – Cross The Tracks (We Better Go Back)
    Sly & The Family Stone – Loose Booty
    Jay-Z – Can I Get A...
    Pharoahe Monch – I Shot The Mayor - (Chat One Remix)
    9th Creation – Bubble Gum
    James Brown – People Get Up and Drive Your Funky Soul
    Ernie Hines – Our Generation
    Rob Swfit – Relax Mode
    DJ Yoda – Pharcyde / Drop
    Lyn Collins – Think (About It)
    James Brown – Soul Powder
    James Brown – People Get Up and Drive Your Funky Soul
    Nas – Get Down
    Jay-Z – Izzo (H.O.V.A.)
    Jay-Z – Takeover
    Mobb Deep – Part Over
    Mobb Deep – Shook Ones ptII
    Mobb Deep – Drink Away The Pain
    Mobb Deep – Cradle to the Grave
    Mobb Deep – The Grave Prelude
    Mobb Deep – Right Back at You
    Mobb Deep – QU-Hectic
    Mobb Deep – Trife Life
    Mobb Deep – Up North Trip
    Mobb Deep – Temperature's Rising
    Mobb Deep – Give Up The Goods (Just Step)
    Mobb Deep – Just Step (Prelude)
    Mobb Deep – Eye for a Eye
    Mobb Deep – Survival of the Fittest
    Mobb Deep – The Infamous Prelude
    Mobb Deep – The Start of Your Ending
    De La Soul – Rock Co.Kane Flow feat. MF Doom
    De La Soul – No Feat. Butta Verses
    De La Soul – Come On Down Feat. Flava Flav
    De La Soul – Days Of Our Lives feat. Common
    De La Soul – He Comes Feat. Ghostface
    De La Soul – It's Like That Feat. Carl Thomas
    De La Soul – Church
    De La Soul – The Grind Date
    De La Soul – Shopping Bags (She Got From You)
    De La Soul – Much More Feat. Yummy
    De La Soul – No Feat. Butta Verses
    De La Soul – The Grind Date
    De La Soul – The Future
    De La Soul – A Roller Skating Jam Named ''Saturdays''
    Cymande – The Message
    • CommentAuthorAlexGBYMR
    • CommentTimeMar 9th 2010
     (7853.20)
    This week;

    Kaki King - Junior.
    Tom Gabel - Heart Burns.
    Liars - Drums Not Dead.