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    new stuff from Demdike stare! This busts balls!!



    Also listening to POMEGRANATES (VA) - PERSIAN POP, FUNK, FOLK AND PSYCH OF THE 60'S AND 70S. It´s got so many great tracks on it. Damn the islamic revolution for stopping such great bloody music...



    • CommentAuthorTC-Cork
    • CommentTimeMay 7th 2010
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    Mike Patton - Mondo Cane
    Knut - Terraformer
    Soilent Green - Sewn Mouth Secrets / A String of Lies
    Rob Zombie - Past, Present, & Future
    Tomahawk - Tomahawk, Mit Gas
    Kylesa - Time Will Fuse It's Worth
    The Plot To Blow Up The Eiffel Tower - Love In The Facist Brothel
    • CommentAuthorlucien
    • CommentTimeMay 8th 2010
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    This seems as good a place as any to put this up.

    Cerebral Coffins by Lilliputrid is a damn good site with a couple of playlists, one "industrial" drone, one just "dark" music that generates atmosphere, set over a series of collected images under various headings of this "weird" and "ugly." Well worth checking out if you like that type of thing.

    And yes i use too many quotes where grammatically inappropriate, all this in an effort to approximate communication on the internets. I'll post this up on the art thread an the zoo because i think it's a decent resource to people here. If this isn't appropriate i'm sure it'll get deleted, just please send the arse eels in small numbers so i have a chance and catching a breeding pair for my own uses.
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      CommentAuthorFinagle
    • CommentTimeMay 9th 2010
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    The Carolina Chocolate Drops, 'Hit 'em Up Style'. Holy shit, that's hot. Somebody needs to make them famous quickly.
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    @icelandbob - Love that Pomegranates collection.

    Currently listening to CocoRosie, Gray Oceans. It's an inexplicable blend of influences, some of them pop flavors over the past twenty years or so, fresh but laden with oblique references (at least to my oblique ears).
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      CommentAuthorbrittanica
    • CommentTimeMay 9th 2010
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    Ha, this thread's been going on for ages. Been listening to:

    Foxy Shazam- s/t (I didn't want to like this, but I do. Even if they sound like they're trying really hard to be Queen)
    Field Days- Projector (acoustic pop from the guitarist of the late Nashville band, Paper Rival)
    Pigface- Preaching to the Perverted

    And this video.
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      CommentAuthornigredo
    • CommentTimeMay 10th 2010
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    Unkle - Where Did The Night Fall

    Karma To Burn - Appalachian Incantation

    Year Of No Light - Ausserwelt

    Kenny Graham And His Satellites - Moondog And Suncat Suites

    Four Tet - There is Love in You
    • CommentAuthorDan Kelly
    • CommentTimeMay 10th 2010
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    Late to the party I know but have just downloaded the 2 albums from dan le sac & Scroobius Pip.

    Intelligent, passionate rhymes on some great breaks.

    If you get the chance hunt down "Get Better" or "Thou shalt always kill". Also "Last train home"
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      CommentAuthornigredo
    • CommentTimeMay 10th 2010
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    Demdike Stare - Osmosis

    Really cool mix by Demdike Stare.
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    VILE GASH-7"
    THREATENER-the bending of the throats 7"
    HOT CROSS-risk revival 12"
    LAWRENCE ARMS-butt sweat and tears 7"
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    Yes, another long week...


    Smoke & Mirrors
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    May 2, 2010

    Creation Rebel - Space Movement Section 3,4,5

    Robert Rich - Tamarack
    Four Tet - Circling
    Brian Eno - Ambient Savage
    Nick Barstsch's Ronin - Modul 32
    Tortoise - Six Pack

    Claudia Quintet - Just Like Him
    Ben Neill - Alpha Dub
    Caribou - Leave House
    John Baker - The Chase
    JG Thirlwell - Tuff
    David Byrne - Ade

    Medeski Martin & Wood - Uninvisible
    Wayne Horvitz/Pigpen - Stupid
    Antibalas Afrobeat Orchestra - Musicawi Silt
    Marc Ribot - For Malena
    Josh Roseman - Throughfare
    Revolutionary Snake Ensemble - White Wedding

    3 Mustaphas 3 - Shika Shika
    Robert Wyatt/Annie Whitehead - Sea Song
    Scarlett Johansson - Town With No Cheer
    Les Triaboliques - Afsaduni
    Beat Circus - The Ghost of Emma Jean
    Curlew w/Amy Denio - Breakfast

    Fred Frith - Too Much Too Little
    Richard Thompson - Johnny's Far Away
    Ian King - Death & The Lady
    Varttina - Ottajat
    Garmarna - Today As Before
    Bjork - Heirloom
    Joanna Newsom - Sawdust & Diamonds
    Grey Oceans - Trinity's Crying

    Bang On A Can - Music For Airports (2/1)


    Currently listening to Peter Hammill's most recent one, Thin Air. It sounds like a Peter Hammill disc... actually like it on first listening better than most he's done the past decade.
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    King Crimson - Court of the Crimson King (21st Century Schizoid Man on repeat)
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      CommentAuthornigredo
    • CommentTimeMay 11th 2010
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    Moon Duo - Killing Time EP

    Demdike Stare - Osmosis

    Huelgas Ensemble - Polyphonic Songs From the Low Countries

    Voivod - Phobos
    • CommentAuthordoomweed
    • CommentTimeMay 11th 2010
     (8131.14)
    Bonnie 'Prince' Billy/Palace Music- I See a Darkness, The Letting Go, Viva Last Blues
    Leonard Cohen- New Skin for the Old Ceremony
    Keepaway- Baby Style
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      CommentAuthortaphead
    • CommentTimeMay 11th 2010
     (8131.15)
    Daptone 7 Inch Singles Collections.

    Purging last week's black metal binge, here.
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    DANGERS-messy, isn't it? lp (modern hardcore with songs about actual subjects instead of how great pizza is and how much they hate you. favorite find of the past few weeks. probably the cleanest sounding HC album ive glommed on to in a while, too. its negative as hell, but in the kind of YOU ARE GOING TO DIE, STOP WASTING YOUR TIME AND GET GOING sort of inspiring way)
    POLLUTION-ns drugs 7" (really starting to like this band a lot. dark and dirty and fucked with weird reverb on the vocals for the extra bit of evil)
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      CommentAuthorreosarevok
    • CommentTimeMay 11th 2010
     (8131.17)
    @joe.distort

    Dangers' first LP was in heavy rotation at my place -not literally, sadly, because the vinyl was sold out when I checked. Is the second one that good?

    Listening to: Meiso - Night Thief (a Japanese MC I found in some other thread around here) and WWW - Neurobeat (great Czech abstract hip hop).
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      CommentAuthorjoe.distort
    • CommentTimeMay 11th 2010 edited
     (8131.18)
    ive only heard the first one once, but i like this one drastically more! the first song is a little weird, so it might be offputting but the rest is gold.

    edit: there is a repress coming out of the first lp from Graf Orlock's label, VITRIOL
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      CommentAuthorreosarevok
    • CommentTimeMay 11th 2010 edited
     (8131.19)
    Their s/t EP has several amazing gems, including this:

    They rape what we love. “These kids, they have no clue where their cash is going to. I’ll sit back, I’ll have the last of laughs, I’ll rape the thing they love.” They rape what we love. Bright lights. Fifteen mics. Process-fee what’s ours away. No stage is the only stage for me. No stage is the only stage for me. No stage is the only stage for me. No stage is the only stage for me. Eat my shit.

    Dangers' Bandcamp in case anyone else reading this wants to check them out. They have the Messy LP on there too, so I'll be able to check if I like it as much, yay!

    edit: Joe, you just made me a happier man!
    • CommentAuthoricelandbob
    • CommentTimeMay 11th 2010
     (8131.20)
    @Reosarevok & joe.distort

    I need to get back on my hardcore horse. Thanks for the dangers tip.....