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    • CommentTimeSep 8th 2010
    @aurora - Totally agree. Watched the whole of "Death Proof" waiting for something worthwhile to happen, and it did. This wonderful tune over the end credits.

    @idiot - when did you get your copy of Unearthing? Mine has been delayed for weeks now
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    iTunes (at least in the US). I'm still waiting on the box set to arrive.
    • CommentAuthorelricj
    • CommentTimeSep 8th 2010
    Mogwai - Special Moves (w/ DVD and bonus download) [woo!]

    god i love me some guitars.
    • CommentTimeSep 8th 2010
    The Vietnam Veterans - On the Right Track Now
    King Midas Sound - I Dub
    John Fahey - Legend of Blind Joe Death
    Yat-Kha - Yenisei Punk
    • CommentTimeSep 8th 2010
    @ Brent Wilcox

    I've always found Jaga Jazzist really hyperactive and more Zappa/Henry Cowesque (Leg End era) more than anything else, but I see your point. They do get a very Canterbury jam groove going sometimes.
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    What was on my Mp3 player today....

    Foxtail Somersault - Reflection
    Adebisi Shank - This Is The Second Album Of A Band Called Adebisi Shank
    Watain - Lawless Darkness
    The Goslings - Between The Dead
    Lee "scratch" Perry - The Black Ark Years
    Laurel Halo - King Felix
    Ufomammut - Eve
    Mount Kimbie - Crooks and Lovers
    Sketches for Albinos - Days of being wild and Kind
    • CommentAuthorjonah
    • CommentTimeSep 8th 2010
    Asmus Tietchens - Ritual der kranken Freude (tripping out to this hard)
    The Stooges - 8 minute long live version of Johanna (oh yeah)
    Blondie - X Offender (i like this more than anything else by them)
    Section 25 - In The Garden Of Eden (hypnotized by this)
    Throw Me Your Finger - Six Six Six (arpeggios +noise+fairy tale)
    The Seeds - Night Time Girl (clears my sinuses. great shout/sing vocals)
    Christian Marclay - Live on Roulette TV(lots of interesting stuff on this channel. the host is pretty enthusiastic.)
    I love this version so much. Around the 12 minute mark I cannot turn the volume up enough.
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    Tom Waits - Romeo is Bleeding (Live in Sydney)

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    Deftones- Shove It
    Skindred- Nobody
    Rage Against The Machine- Roll Right
    Bjork- Army of Me
    • CommentTimeSep 9th 2010
    Nath Family - Sounds of the Indian Snake Charmer
    • CommentTimeSep 9th 2010
    The first two discs of the Ninja Tune XX boxset - couldn't afford a real one, but the nice folks at Ninja sent me the mp3s. Great remixes and reworkings, by the likes of Flying Lotus and Rustie, of classic Ninja and Big Dada tracks. Epic.
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    ^ Epic indeed. I must get that. I still spin the ZENRMX compilation from time to time, there's some amazing cuts on that.

    I think the Mount Kimbie album has finally worked its magic on me.

    Right now listening to Konono No.1, Assume Crash Position, which is a fucking riotous good time.

    Spent most of yesterday listening to this magical artefact from the Trunk vaults, Moondog & Suncat Suites by Kenny Graham & His Sattelites.
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    Yup, Shobaleader One is my new favourite band.

    Oh, no Vimeo embed? BUM.
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    AT THE DRIVE IN-relationship of command
    AFI-art of drowning
    COLD SWEAT-demo (for the band that pretty much turned into WALLS...this isnt nearly as exciting as i hoped)
    • CommentAuthorMercer Finn
    • CommentTimeSep 9th 2010 edited
    Devotion to Big Boi's solo album derailed slightly by the Wu-Tang Clan.

    Also, Pitchfork's best of the 90s list got me to look for ravey/jungle music. Omni Trio's "Renegade Snares (Foul Play Remix)", Future Sound of London, Acen's "Trip II The Moon", various Joey Beltram tunes and more AFX material have been sampled.

    Also, looking fwd to Pariah's new Safehouses EP.
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    Listened to the FUCKED UP/SERENA MANEESH 12inch split today. Rather interesting More Acid Psych rock than all out Hardcore, but interesting nonetheless

    Oh and this little number was forwarded to me as well....

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    More Acid Psych rock than all out Hardcore

    thats kind of whats happening to a lot of the folks surrounding that whole burst of 5 years ago now, sadly (for me). its either that or doom/sludge/fake american 'black metal' thats an unlistenable wall of bad recording. basically the kids who wouldve been making sweet, blistering HC instead got derailed by SONIC YOUTH, BIRTHDAY PARTY, JESUS LIZARD, and BURZUM records :(

    i wanna hear that video! goddamn work computer with no speakers
    • CommentAuthoricelandbob
    • CommentTimeSep 9th 2010 edited
    God Damn Nick Cave!!

    WE have a band over here called MANSLAUGHTER. Fairly new band that mixes sludge metal and all out grind/hardcore. I´ve been trying to tell them to ditch the sludge and be all out hardcore. Iceland has been crying out for that sound for a few years now...
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    i think i only know of two icelandic HC bands, one i believe was called OROKU (translates to broken?) and the other has a name that was the translastion for TERRORISM.
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    Hmm i may have to check that up as those names don´t mean anything to me...