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    • CommentTimeAug 20th 2010
    Coffinworm - When All Becomes None - The most vile sounding blackened sludge metal I've heard in a long time. The best thing to come out of Indianapolis, Indiana since...okay, it's pretty much the best thing to come out of Indy.
    • CommentTimeAug 22nd 2010
    The new CeeLo tune is the sound of my broken-hearted summer
    • CommentTimeAug 22nd 2010
    Herbie Hancock - Empyrean Isles
    • CommentAuthoricelandbob
    • CommentTimeAug 22nd 2010

    Coffinworm are certain very brutal and very sludgy. A friend introduced me to them last year. Lovely band for parties....
  1.  (8758.45)
    downloaded and listened to the Beefheart records i hadn't owned yet last night...

    Clear Spot
    Ice Cream for Crow
    Lick My Decals Off, Baby
    The Spotlight Kid
    Strictly Personal
    • CommentTimeAug 22nd 2010
    Clear Spot is a personal favourite. Awesome album.

    Listening to K-X-P's self-titled album, which is pretty cool.
    • CommentAuthorBoga_
    • CommentTimeAug 22nd 2010
    Moonface - Marimba and Shit Drums EP
  2.  (8758.48)
    New ICE NINE 7"!!!
    also some MIKA MIKO.
    • CommentAuthortachyon42
    • CommentTimeAug 23rd 2010
    Thrice - The Alchemy Index

    Mastodon - Crack The Skye
  3.  (8758.50)
    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

    Aug 22, 2010

    The Spy From Cairo - Ala Shan
    Anne Dudley/Jaz Coleman - Endless Festival

    Tabla Beat Science - Biotech
    Ginger Baker - Time Be Time
    Jah Wobble & Invaders of the Heart - Lam Tang Way
    Tuatara - Pimpin' For The Muse
    Balkan Beat Box - Kabulectro

    Konono No 1 - Wumbanzanga
    Ali Hassan Kuban - Al Ghazal
    Can - Dizzy Dizzy
    Transglobal Underground - Yellow & Black Taxi Cab
    DJ Shadow - Mutual Slump

    David Byrne/Brian Eno - Home
    Brad Laner - Throat
    David Bowie - Looking For Satellites
    Kemper Norton - Warrior Login
    Cut-Out - Semi-Aquatic
    Seefeel - Polyfusion
    Tantroniq - Hello Zero One

    The Books - Group Autogenics 1/IDKT/I Didn't Know That
    Jean Michel Jarre - Zoolookologie (remix)
    Varttina - Iro
    Yat-Kha - Kadarchy (live)
    Laurie Anderson - Falling
    Peter Dixon - Moss Point

    Hector Zazou (w/Tokiko Kato) - Yaisa Maneena
    Kristin Miltner - Inchworm in Bitcrunch Garden
    Instruments of Science & Technology - Mt Mountain
    Legendary Pink Dots - Disturbance
    Hugh Hopper - The Long Drive
    Brian Eno/J Peter Schwalm - Rising Dust
    Ben Neill - Futura
    Christian Prommer - Standstorms
  4.  (8758.51)
    While stripping and polishing the large hardwood floors at work, i've been blasting the following over the school's PA systm:

    The Animal Collective
    A Silver Mt Zion

    and assorted Midi files from a band that i'm assembling that is looking rather promising and potentially very excellent.
  5.  (8758.52)
    finally back in the writing mood now that an artist whom i wanted to work with a little bit ago (but hes a legit artist, with gallery shows and a teaching job so i didnt really wanna bug him with non paying comics stuff) approached ME about doing stuff. wrote him up the synopsis/ 'pitch' while listening to PUBLIC HUMILIATION over and over. im pretty sure that in the long run, this will probably end up being the best 'harsh' record from 2009. its just so goddamn good.
    • CommentTimeAug 24th 2010
    @ Brent Wilcox

    I was listening to POLYFUSION only yesterday! Another cool list man.
  6.  (8758.54)
    Currently listening to:

    The Falcon - Unicornography
    Refused - The New Noise EP
    Refused - The Shape of Punk to Come
    My Chemical Romance - Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge (How did this pass me by?)
    Editors - In This Light and On This Evening
    Nine Inch Nails - Y34R Z3R0 R3M1X3D
  7.  (8758.55)
    i like your style...i know for me personally i was too busy being WAY TOO PUNK FOR EVERYTHING to ever give Three Cheers a cahnce until about five years after it came out. great pop album by my favorite pop band of the past decade.

    and the Falcon is just plain awesome
  8.  (8758.56)
    @ joe.distort


    Got into the Falcon from the AK3 side of things (massive fan of their earlier material, still buy the albums in hope... hope...), and that's led me (again) to appreciate the Lawrence Arms. I must admit to having the same bias against MCR apart from I only just gave it a fair listen (unforgivable really). Decided to give it a go after reading Gerard Way's Umbrella Academy and found it to be fun and interesting, I thought that surely the music musn't be all that bad. Lo and behold it's actually a great pop record.
  9.  (8758.57)
    yeah i definitely came from the Larry Arms of my favorite bands of all time and i think Brendan has the perfect drunken pop punk voice.
  10.  (8758.58)
    Very true. Do you like Hot Water Music perchance? I very narrowly missed my chance to see them recently.
  11.  (8758.59)
    nah, not so much. my lady is all about them though
    • CommentTimeAug 24th 2010

    I too know the pain of juuuust missing Hot Water Music. Oddly, I've seen all of the members perform, just with different bands. When I lived in Gainesville, I got to see the Draft a few times (so there's 75% of HWM), and then I saw Chuck Ragan play on the Revival Tour with Tim Barry and Ben Nichols. But never did get to see HWM.

    Anyway, I've been listening to:

    Black Sabbath - The first 3 albums
    Tom Waits - Blood Money and Bone Machine
    Goatwhore - Carving Out The Eyes Of God
    Propagandhi - Potemkin City Limits and Supporting Caste
    Misfits - Collections I and II
    Miles Davis - Birth of the Cool