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    • CommentAuthorKidAnarchy
    • CommentTimeJan 25th 2011
    @Texture Bottle Of Humans is pretty hard to beat...
    Just got given a copy Of Fantomas Directors Cut so I will be listening to that once I am home.
    • CommentAuthorepalicki
    • CommentTimeJan 25th 2011
    Currently listening to the new Social Distortion album. The band has long since become something far afield of punk, but this new album is growing on me (like the last one did, and the one before that, and...) Mike Ness certainly wears his influences on his sleeve. The best song on the album is probably the cover of Hank Sr's "Alone & Forsaken."
    • CommentTimeJan 25th 2011
    @KidAnarchy: You ever check out any Noah23?

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    Found this MP3 this morning. Electro-pop with shades of the dubstep rhythm- and vocal-science. Absolutely slays.
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    Currently digging:
    Anna Calvi's self titled debut
    Astronautalis(thanks to this thread for turning me on to him!)
    On Volcano
    The peirces
    The Phantom Band
    Pete and the Pirates

    still near and dear to my heart:
    The Like
    A Fine Frenzy
    The Suzan
    Laura Marling
    • CommentAuthoricelandbob
    • CommentTimeJan 26th 2011
    Rihgt now i'm listening to the following

    Lots of Factory Floor - Bipolar and Lying on a wooden box EPs
    Rude 66 - Black Sabbath: The Three Faces Of Fear
    Magnetophone - The Man Who Ate The Man
    Úlfur Eldjárn - Music Recordings: Music from the Ether
    DJ Yo-Yo Dieting - Dormant Mirrors Drum (this is fucking mental!)
    Echospace - The Coldest Season
    Woodhands - Remorsecapade
    Polymer Slug - Warm Forms
    bernard parmegiani - de natura sonorum
    Winter Drones - Blood In The Coffin
    • CommentAuthorArgos
    • CommentTimeJan 27th 2011
    I am currently all over the Machinarium soundtrack. It's absolutely lovely.
    Also Zoe Keating's "One cello x 16" here and there
    • CommentAuthorKidAnarchy
    • CommentTimeJan 27th 2011 edited
    @Texture I had heard the name but not any music,that tune is alright though.
    Listening to Matthew Dear - Black City,he is playing at Bloc along with like 20+ other acts I badly want to see and know I won't get to due to clashes.
    The problem with having everything you want in one place.
    Next up is Flying Lotus' takeover of Benji Bs' Radio 1 Show and I am trying to get the Cosmogramma - Alternative Takes which is proving a tad awkward,so far I am just waving a CD around like a twat with no discernible effect,
    • CommentTimeJan 27th 2011
    • CommentTimeJan 27th 2011
    Enjoying the Flying Lotus takeover you mentioned. Thanks for the heads-up.
    • CommentTimeJan 27th 2011
    Masada - Live at Tonic
    • CommentTimeJan 28th 2011
    The Books never fail to make me feel at peace with myself.
    • CommentAuthorKidAnarchy
    • CommentTimeJan 29th 2011
    This morning I have been listening to the Ninja Tune XX Double Box Set,really excellent compilation.
    There are almost 60 tracks on it in total of which I skip about 3.
    Recently been listening to a lot more stuff on CD as opposed to MP3 I seem to skip about less this way.
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    @Dorkmuffin - I love The Books.

    I've had precious little time to listen to or even think about music lately, but here's last Sunday's radio adventure...

    Smoke and Mirrors
    KEUL - FM 88.9 Girdwood, AK
    FM 105.3 Hope, AK
    Sundays, 7-10pm
    Presented by The Centipede Foundation - Applied and Implied Art Since 1976

    Jan 23, 2011

    Jon Hassell - Mombassa
    Afro Celt Sound System - Dark Moon, High Tide

    Talking Heads - The Great Curve
    Black Dub - Ring The Alarm
    Peter Scherer - Ondulata
    Massive Attack - Karmacoma
    The Books - Group Autogenics II

    Stan Ridgway - Flag Up On A Pole
    Gogol Bordello - My Strange Uncles From Abroad
    Uz Jsme Droma - Droplet
    Faust - The Sad Skinhead
    David Bowie - We Prick You
    Rise Robots Rise - Particle You

    Robyn Hitchcock - Television
    Tinariwen - Le Chant des Fauves
    Michael Gulezian - Excerpt from "Plook The Asbestos Lobster"
    Tom Waits - Hang On St Christopher
    The Pogues - If I should fall from grace with God
    Richard Thompson - When The Spell Is Broken

    Malicorne - Vive La Lune
    Blowzabella - The Man in the Brown Hat
    Zelwer - The Bear Tamers Have Gone Away
    Volapuk - <2, 3, 4>
    Capt Beefheart - Alice In Blunderland

    Medeski Martin & Wood - Think
    Wayne Horvitz/The President - Shuffle
    Ratatat - Shiller
    Ultramarine - Urf
    Jaga Jazzist - One-Armed Bandit
    Soul Coughing - Blame
    The Dylan Group - Let It Sit

    Eardrum - Swarm
    Ananda Shankar/State of Bengal - Pluck
    Animal Collective vs Kasai Allstars - Quick As White
    • CommentAuthorLe Dude
    • CommentTimeJan 29th 2011
    I've been listening to Animals as Masters, whom I discovered while browsing the Internet looking for good things to listen to. I think it might have been Whitechapel, actually. If so, thank you to whoever posted the YouTube video I saw, 'cause it was awesome.

    Also been getting into Om and Big Business, a little. Don't own anything by either one yet, though.

    And Daft Punk.
    • CommentTimeJan 30th 2011
    the new British Sea Power (not bad, if a bit too Hold-Steady-ish for me), the new Mogwai (friggin' atrocious), and lots of Bardo Pond. and this Phantogram song, "Futuristic Casket," over and over again. also i've been singing songs from Entrance's The Kingdom of Heaven Must Be Taken By Storm, but that's hardly news.
    • CommentTimeJan 30th 2011
    Like me some Bardo Pond when I'm reading or writing. Good background music.

    NP: Elmer Bernstein - Sweet Smell Of Success & Walk On The Wild Side OST
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    @allana, the new Mogwai is "friggin' atrocious"? How so? I was considering getting it until now. I wasn't very impressed with Hawk Is Howling, just seemed like they were just slogging through the same old shit with absolutely no passion. It's a shame because I thought Mr Beast was bloody wonderful.
    • CommentTimeJan 30th 2011
    Eliane Radigue - Geelriandre/Arthesis
    • CommentTimeJan 30th 2011
    @keyofsilence, i mostly miss their "Waltz for Aidan" and "Superheroes of BMX" days, so i'm maybe not the most reliable of sources. but i think they sound like a middle-schooler garage band now.