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    Scratch that last comment. Mission accomplished.
      CommentAuthorPaul Sizer
    • CommentTimeApr 6th 2011 edited
    Been listening the hell out of this album.
    and it looks like they can do it live as well:
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    I'm listening to the Morbid Angel back catalogue in the car this week, which might be of interest to the progressive death metal-centric of you. They're a band I could always objectively tell were great, but never quite clicked with me on an emotional level. They're releasing album 9 soon, so it's maybe time to give them another burl...

    As it is album 9 will reasonably prominently feature their side-interest in pounding dutch techno, which as you can imagine has the traditional fans in paroxysm of fear and outrage! We'll see how that goes...
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    wheras for me, a non fan, i find myself interested in MA for the first time...well, ever! electronics and metal are a great combo.

    been listening to thge DEAD KENNEDYS andTHE FALL. because my brain is in 1986, i guess.
    • CommentTimeApr 6th 2011
    @texture, you have !!!'s self-titled on vinyl? jealous.

    i just found out Jaga Jazzist is finally touring the Americas this summer, which means i'll have to entirely rewrite my job plans just to see them... so yeah, been listening to their back catalogue, a bit. also i bought a t-shirt, which was outrageously expensive. (and a Smalltown Supersound t-shirt as well, because why not?)
    they post these great little videos on their website when they announce tour dates:
    so cute.
    • CommentTimeApr 6th 2011
    Nice selections. Been listening to a random mix lately as I hunt for work like a thief in the night...

    Still liking BaBopByeYa - Janelle Monae. Some great tunes but The ArchAndroid was a bit flawed. This is wonderfully epic though:

    Yma Sumac for barmy four octave erotica:

    Still loving Bruce Haack. Pioneering mofo. This was for a children's music album. The track 'army ants' is also genius.

    Not into that much choir music but Thomas Tallis with Spem in Alium is quite amazing. 'The motet is laid out for eight choirs of five voices' (wiki). A 40 part motet and is not performed often. Yet to see it live.

    Isn't music just the most incredible joy. Best go, am coming over all Vile Hugging Thread.
    • CommentAuthorlucien
    • CommentTimeApr 6th 2011 edited
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    • CommentTimeApr 7th 2011
    Enablers - End Note/Output Negative Space.
    • CommentTimeApr 7th 2011
    Shostakovich String Qts
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    @joe.distort - I believe Combichrist has already done a dancefloor remix of one of the tracks due on the new album. That, however, will mean much more to you than it does me!
    • CommentTimeApr 7th 2011
    Earth - Pentastar: In The Style Of Demons
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    i'm ridiculously tired so today it's been...

    Godflesh - hymns


    Jesu - Conqueror

    really f-ing loud just to keep me awake.

    with a little bit of soulfly and sepultura thrown in inbetween.
    • CommentTimeApr 7th 2011
    I've been listening a lot to some guy named Statikz. Good stuff.

    Here's an example (can't seem to get the embed code from Soundcloud to work, oh well).
    • CommentAuthorTC-Cork
    • CommentTimeApr 7th 2011
    Kunt Puncher - Take Drugs And Eat a Kebab

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    Andrea Revel - House of Sticks

    Little indie-folk album here that is not too depressed and not too sunny and slick and tingly without ever being detached. Very good, I like.
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    Hearts of Palm - ball glove mask
    a cincinnati based krautrock(ish) improv ensemble. not everyone's cup of tea but i really dig them
    • CommentAuthorKidVector
    • CommentTimeApr 8th 2011 edited
    It's Friday, I'm mildly hungover, sun's out and work can't finish soon enough. Currently ploughing through Ollie Teeba's 7 part mix covering classic hip-hop from 91
    • CommentTimeApr 8th 2011 edited
    Today feels a bit like this:

    • CommentAuthorvurwi
    • CommentTimeApr 8th 2011
    The new Feelies album, "Here Before" - on Spotify, as my local record store doesn't have it yet.
    First Feelies album in 20 years, and in the first song some of the lyrics go: "Is it too soon? Should we wait another ten?"