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    these bands are a few years out of date, if that helps. and i dont even know what they sound like, honestly. i just know talking to bands that toured there thats who they played with
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    currently annoying the neighbours with...
    Rusko - O.M.G,feeling the u.k. funky right now its quite cheesy but makes me rush.
    Busy Signal - Recordings,The Days is one of the best uses of the word fucking I have heard in a while
    Saul Williams & Trent Reznor - Niggy Tardust...its not new but new to me sort of thing.
    Loads of Low End Theory Podcasts especially the one with the Kutmah Mix.
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      CommentAuthornigredo
    • CommentTimeSep 10th 2010
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    Altar Eagle - Mechanical Gardens

    Really nice electro/dream pop.
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      CommentAuthoroldhat
    • CommentTimeSep 10th 2010
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    Brian Wilson Reimagines Gershwin - an album I've played a couple of times. Great thing.
    Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros - This album just makes me feel happy. Great sound to it.
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      CommentAuthorO| O||O
    • CommentTimeSep 10th 2010
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    Liars - They Were Wrong, So We Drowned (almost constantly listening to this. blew my mind when i bought it on a whim when i was 15)
    Nils Frahm - Wintermusik (piano and some mallets in as well i think. really beautiful music)
    Deerhunter - Weird Era Cont. (can't recommend this enough, they have a new album out this month that should be spectacular)
    The Shangri-Las - Greatest Hits (girl-pop perfection)
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      CommentAuthornigredo
    • CommentTimeSep 10th 2010
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    Human Mesh Dance - Mindflower
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      CommentAuthorShawn
    • CommentTimeSep 10th 2010
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    The first Steampunk band I'd ever heard of (and only I guess) The Men Who Will Not Be Blamed For Nothing. Awesome.
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      CommentAuthorhowyadoin
    • CommentTimeSep 11th 2010
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    Tonight: the Faces, the Headstones, Springsteen.
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    Munly - Jimmy Carter Syndrome
    Slim Cessna's Auto Club - Cipher
    Cassis Orange - [Self Titled EP]
    • CommentAuthorKidAnarchy
    • CommentTimeSep 11th 2010
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    Burial & Kode9's mix for Mary Anne Hobbes last show.
    • CommentAuthorTC-Cork
    • CommentTimeSep 11th 2010
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    On a bit of a sludge/doom kick
    Black Tusk - Taste the Sin
    Electric Wizard - Dopethrone
    Melvins - A Senile Animal
    Boris - Smile 2xLP

    Mayer Hawthorne - I Need You 12" Single
    Quasimoto - The Unseen 2xLP
    Dark Night of the Soul 2xLP
    Madlib - Medicine Show No. 7: High Jazz LP
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      CommentAuthorFinagle
    • CommentTimeSep 11th 2010 edited
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    Been recently introduced to some stuff I've not really been exposed to before that will be taking up heavy rotation on my playlists:

    Outputmessage - Mettle
    Sunday Munich - Her Name
    Sneaker Pimps - Half Life
    the Reflecting Skin - Traffickers
    I Love You But I've Chosen Darkness - If It Was Me
    ITAL TEK - Black & White
    Trentemoller - Evil Dub
    10:32 - Blue Little
    Unkle - Bloodstain
    Emancipator - Anthem
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    Listened to the Japandroids album a bit last night, first time in maybe six months. Still kicks all the arse.
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    over and over and over again...
    White Noise - An Electric Storm.
    stunning late 60's album from some of the Radiophonic Workshop folks.
    tell me this isn't awesome and still utterly contemporary


    been trying my hand at making little electronic miniatures so sought inspiration with the masters and have been listening to lots of Delia Derbyshire and Daphne Oram.
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    I am not ashamed, this is great.

    KT Tunstall - Push that knot away
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    @ Ian Holloway An Electric Storm is wonderful. Have you heard John Baker? A must if you like Radiophonic stuff.
    • CommentAuthorjonah
    • CommentTimeSep 11th 2010
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    @oldhat
    I remember when I heard Home on KEXP song of the day and I thought for sure it would be a mega hit.
    @ian holloway
    What do you mean by little electronic miniatures?
    @BrianMowrey
    yes it is!

    I just heard the band Family Fodder. Looove. Way poppy/catchy post punk. Really like what I've heard. Favorites Tracks:
    Family Fodder - Savoir Faire
    Family Fodder - Playing Golf With My Flesh Crawling
    Family Fodder - Debbie Harry
    Family Fodder - The Big Dig

    Also:
    Napalm- Rotten Vaginas (so glad I can't understand the lyrics, but I love the drum sound and guitar solo)
    Random 8 bit black metal,grindcore and prog rock covers recorded from youtube. I guess it's a whole scene or something. Weird. I imagine fucking awesome video games while listening to it. Haha.
    TISM - He'll Never Be An Old Man River
    Primal Scream - Pills live In Japan
    Patrick Cowley - Menergy
    Patrick Cowley 15 minute remix of Donna Summer - I feel love
    The Human League - the dignity of labour part 1-4
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    @ Kernow
    yes absolutely - i have the two volumes released by Trunk Records. I truly believe that the Radiophonic Workshop people are the absolute pivotal composers of the late 20th century - their impact on the minds and music of british musicians is incalculable.

    @ Jonah
    inspired by warren's 13th doctor remake/remodel (and being unable to draw so much as a stickman) i've been putting together some Radiophonic style incidental music - all electronic and not lasting more than a minute or so. I've done eleven of them over the last few days - it's fun. this is the only one i've uploaded so far.
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      CommentAuthornigredo
    • CommentTimeSep 11th 2010 edited
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    @ ian holloway

    An Electric storm is a classic. Love that album.

    BTW, been playing Altar Eagle's Mechanical gardens a lot lately. Shoegazy electro dream pop at its best. I'm sure a lot of you guys would like.
    • CommentAuthorjonah
    • CommentTimeSep 12th 2010
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    @nigredo
    Just listened on soundcloud. It has a curious sound. I really didn't like it at loud volumes and found it harsh/grating, but once I turned it down to medium-low the sound gelled for me and I could just float along with it. I dig it now. I can't think of any other record I've heard where that's the case. I mean I put Flying Saucer Attack on after and I can blast it.

    @ian holloway
    Nice! That's the dr. who bass for sure! The high pitched whine gives me the vibe of early electronic composers like Pauline Oliveros. I think you were successful. It makes a good transition into the next track too. If you are on osx Berna is a fun and cheap way to experiment with 50's style composition. Getting into that 1950's headspace will be harder ;)

    Now listening to Laurie Spiegel - Appalachian Grove