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    • CommentTimeApr 25th 2011
    i woke up with Montell Jordan's "This Is How We Do It" in my head. :/
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    Here's the latest video from my band Bobby Joe Ebola and the Children MacNuggits, a song about polyamory. We're doing a video for each song on the album!

      CommentAuthorHEY APATHY!
    • CommentTimeApr 25th 2011 edited
    @ ianhollaway @ allana - you wouldn't believe the crowds in Toronto. Last gig I attended I had two people try to pick fights with me over the 1.5 square feet of floor space I was taking up, had to listen to a bunch of drunk jackasses talking through THE MAIN ACT, and had some idiot standing in front of me who seemed more interested in staring at me & my date than the freaking show. One time BECK actually stopped his show to beg the audience to dance, they didn't and he left early with no encore. It's like this every time here! Toront o is square

    this is what I'm listening to ( has anyone else ever experienced this stuff, if you have you'll know exactly what I mean, it's really really creepy)

    • CommentTimeApr 26th 2011 edited
    Opening track is backwards Stars of the Lid. I'm excited about this one...

    A mix by Robert Curgenven - Leaving Solaris (Manufacturing Nostalgia)
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    whoooooa i though the children mcnuggets stopped playing a few years ago??? i saw you guys play at least once, but i think multiple times in the late 90s. good to see ya on here!
    • CommentTimeApr 26th 2011
    I just burned a copy of Kid Koala's Your Mom's Favorite DJ for my ride to work.
    • CommentTimeApr 26th 2011
    The new Beastie Boys album (Hot Sauce Commitee Pt 2) in it's entirety - for streaming:

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    -Thao and Mirah

    have only digested the first half of songs. Mirah's bits are perfect, pretty and folky with all her weird touches per normal, but don't fall off their own horse with the weight of trying to sounding weird like her previous work, which must be the effect of collaboration. Thao's leads are not up to the level of her previous work but still are very good. Second half hasn't caught my ear yet

    -Black Joe Lewis and the Honeybears - Scandalous

    hot. The opening tracks concentrate on funk, sounding like their first album, and are a bit stale and are blown away by the bluesy latter tracks which are just stellar

    -Bill Callahan - Apocalypse

    always have liked Bill. This is his first really surprising-sounding album... ever I think. Just a much more natural and easy sense of arrangement and melody that still manages his normal quota of quirky but desolate minimalist touches.
    • CommentTimeApr 26th 2011
    Worlds Unheard - features recordings of bats, cellular activity, structural transduction, siesmic waves, electromagnetic fields, vlf sferics, and evp.
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    Explosions in the Sky - Take Care, Take Care, Take Care
    not as majestic as some of their older ones but stil damn fine.
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    Legendary Pink Dots - Hellsville

    A band I've always loved, but had a hard time wading through their 40+ albums (I may be exaggerating?) in search of their best. Recently discovered "The Crushed Velvet Apocalypse" album and absolutely love it!
    • CommentTimeApr 27th 2011
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    • CommentTimeApr 27th 2011
    Was researching some Scandinavian music over the last couple of days to suggest to a friend....

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    @ icelandbob- nice stuff specially the Iceage & the Jorgen Teller & the empty stairs
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    • CommentTimeApr 27th 2011
    Ice Age are from Denmark and they've recently released their debut album "New Brigade". It's one of the best punk albums i'Ve heard in a while...
    • CommentAuthorlucien
    • CommentTimeApr 28th 2011
    this is some pretty nice sound....

      CommentAuthorHEY APATHY!
    • CommentTimeApr 28th 2011 edited
    @ Icelandbob will check the new brigade for sure

    @ lucien - that's nifty too

    I'm doing orchestrated rock today...

    y'know these mother's actually played this stuff jazz style at first I though it was programmed (synclavier)
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    ICEAGE i think has some relation to SEX DROME, if you guys were into that stuff. their new 12" 'grown younger' is currently sold out everywhere because its hipster-approved
    • CommentTimeApr 29th 2011
    Múm radio session from 2001. Lovely.
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    Right now. Polysics. The only way I can describe them is power pop new wave punk japanese synth.