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    • CommentAuthorchris g
    • CommentTimeJun 1st 2010
     (8330.21)
    still hooked on new Dead Weather album Sea of Cowards. the lead singer tends to crack her voice a lot and on purpose. It might grate some people, but I am okay with it ^__^

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    Fair amount of Miles and Coltrane this week, as they regularly cycle back into my listening.

    Also, just to add some contrast, a lot of classic thrash metal as well as newer retro-thrash: metallica, megadeth, dark angel(old); havok, warbringer, fueled by fire(new).
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      CommentAuthortexture
    • CommentTimeJun 1st 2010
     (8330.23)
    Hamish just uploaded this to Black Lantern, I'm really digging it. Scummy electro bass from Stick 430 [free DL]

    Stick 430


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      CommentAuthorJeff Owens
    • CommentTimeJun 2nd 2010
     (8330.24)
    HTDA - s/t EP

    I'm really enjoying it, and am glad to finally have the chance to take the whole thing in.
    • CommentAuthorJiveKitty
    • CommentTimeJun 2nd 2010
     (8330.25)
    It's been an odd day on the music front:

    New Model Army - Vengeance
    Black Label Society - 1919 Eternal
    Lupe Fiasco - Lupe Fiasco's Food & Liquor
    McLusky - The Difference Between Me and You is That I'm Not on Fire
    Genitorturers - Flesh is the Law
    God - The Anatomy of Addiction
    Fugazi - 13 Songs
    My Bloody Valentine - Isn't Anything
    Mastodon - Crack the Skye
    The Mountain Goats - Tallahassee
    Motörhead - The Best of Motörhead
    Leonard Cohen - Ten New Songs
    Now: The Blood Brothers - Crimes
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    James Blake's CMYK EP and Fall Be Kind by Animal Collective.
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    @oldhat Thank you for alerting me to The Heavy. That is a wicked tune and I will now take steps to acquire more of their music.

    This week I've listened to series 3 of Blue Jam, which definitely includes one of my favourite "Him" monologues ("The only way I could think of saying 'I do' is if I said 'fucked if' first."), the missing child song and Fixit Girl terrorising the farmer. It also has made me dig out Deserter's Songs by Mercury Rev and Beacoup Fish by Underworld (although tbh I don't ever have to dig very far for Underworld albums, especially not this time of year).

    Speaking of, the new Underworld single, Scribble, makes me very happy.

    Also: NUMBERS
    Gold Coinz by SRC
    Quotes EP by Kavsrave
    The Golden Handshake by Lando Kal & Low Limit

    Plus the Redhino mix from last week's Mary Anne Hobbs show.
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    EARTHTONE9!

    Nottingham based metal/rock band. They split up back in 2002 and have reformed to play a few shows at the end of the year...

    This band changed the way i looked at music and were by far the biggest influence on my musical tastes above and beyond anything.

    They have a free download of a new 'best of' release at their site:

    http://www.earthtone9.co.uk/free.php



    with them and godspeed reforming it's pretty much the best year ever for me!
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    Hey, thanks for the Earthtone9 link! It's close to some things I like but different enough from my other music to give me a new, excellent experience. Great stuff.
    • CommentAuthorelricj
    • CommentTimeJun 2nd 2010
     (8330.30)
    now playing:

    How to Destroy Angels - EP
    Killing Joke - Endgames (from forthcoming new EP, to hold over til LP)

    and for some reason I had the urge to pull out Modest Mouse - Moon & Antarctica today. so that's in the car.
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    my speakers are fucked in my car, so i cant listen to the new SNUFF/FILM and MIGRAINE tapes.

    other than that i havent turned my home stereo on in nearly a week. yes, this means something is wrong with me.
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    Joe i seriously recommend you see a doctor. you may have a severe case of hardcore mineral deficiency.....
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      CommentAuthortexture
    • CommentTimeJun 2nd 2010
     (8330.33)
    @offtandiscord That Earthtone9 is some great stuff right there.
    • CommentAuthorchris g
    • CommentTimeJun 2nd 2010
     (8330.34)
    omigosh new Danzig is gooood

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      CommentAuthorinfomancer
    • CommentTimeJun 3rd 2010
     (8330.35)
    Pig Destroyer - Prowler In The Yard, Terrifyer, and Phantom Limb
    Eyehategod - Dopesick
    Slayer - Divine Intervention

    Okay, I'm officially excited for the new Danzig now.
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    Finally bought Cosmogramma,also picked up a GonjaSufi 7".
    Was listening to a mix called Insert Coin earlier which is pretty fresh,the tracklist runs.

    Rustie - Tar
    Dibiase - Mega Gutta
    Pupajim - I Am A Robot
    Disrupt - Berzerk Dub
    Flying Lotus - 1983
    Shlomo - Hot Boxing The Cockpit
    Mr Dibiase - May The Force
    Leonard Dstroy - Soul Stew
    Dibiase - Mario Galaxy
    Lazer Sword - Koopa Boss Mode
    Hayzee - Mario vs Megaman / Fanfare
    Disrupt - Bruce Lee
    Hayzee - Underwaterways / Grimey Cutman
    Leonard Dstroy - Technical Difficulties
    Disrupt - Samurai Showdown
    Crystal Castles - No Skin
    Mark Pritchard & Om'mas Keith - Wind It Up (Instrumental Mix)
    Ikonika - Smuck
    Desto - Gremlinz
    Joker - Output 1-2
    SRC - Goomba
    Zomby - Pumpkinhead's Revenge
    Royal T - 1Up (Martin Kemp Remix)
    Fantastic Mr Fox - BrickAbrac
    Rob Sparx - Casino
    Zomby - Strange Fruit
    Ikonika - Look (Final Boss Stage)
    Twizzle - Skydiving (SRC Remix)
    Rustie - Bad Science
    Crysis - Japan!
    Tapes - Good Thing You Came Along
    • CommentAuthorchris g
    • CommentTimeJun 3rd 2010
     (8330.37)
    infomancer - word is he mainly used 70's equipment to record the new album. i love that
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      CommentAuthorinfomancer
    • CommentTimeJun 3rd 2010
     (8330.38)
    @chris

    Bitchin'. I've been listening to I-III a lot lately. Something about those albums just says nighttime in the summer to me. Sweaty, angry, mean music. Hope the new one will fit in with that.
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      CommentAuthortexture
    • CommentTimeJun 4th 2010
     (8330.39)
    @KidAnarchy That mix is awesome, thanks for the link
    • CommentAuthorJiveKitty
    • CommentTimeJun 4th 2010
     (8330.40)
    Love the first three albums, but the repetition of "on a wicked night" during the song can get a bit grating.

    Iron Maiden, a bunch of Clutch albums, the Sex Pistols, Shellac, Shape of Despair, Rage Against the Machine, Queens of the Stone Age, Rammstein and Metallica today.