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    loving this 'Dreams' EP from a 21 y/o Aussie named Oliver Tank. it's kind of like James Blake only less dubsteppy and with less vocal processing.

    http://yespleaserecords.bandcamp.com/album/dreams


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    Quote Originally Posted by REPLICA View Post
    I had to pull out some of the older Chumbawamba stuff over the past few days. Also got an old indie band (who are no longer rocking) called the Mystechs on my rotation right now.
    glad to hear someone else is familiar with them long before the 'tubthumping' days. some of the most blistering anarcho punk short of crass. 'liberation' is my favorite of the lot.

    now playing:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uQr4J...eature=related

    (french coldwave band. two singles and a cassette. male singer on the first, female on the second).

    and

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kr_ay38h6Yg

    ashrae fax... a band from the early 2000s who sound like a synthier version of the cocteau twins heaven or las vegas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by frankieteardrop View Post
    glad to hear someone else is familiar with them long before the 'tubthumping' days.
    My favorite older album would be Shhh but I also enjoy much of English Rebel Songs 1381-1914.

    Today, I have some Andrew WK going.

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    Been listening to Rise Against - Endgame album and Death Cab for Cutie - Key and Codes Remix album, and the new Puscifer Album

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    Miles Davis - On the Corner




    Liquid Liquid - Liquid Liquid





    The Clientele - ​Suburban Light

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    Against me!

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    NIN - Zoo Station.

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    Stan Bush-"The Touch". CM Punk used this song for this John Laryngitis tribute. Man, I laughed my ass off.

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    I really dig it. Plus, call me crazy, but I actually like Lynch's voice. Something so raw and true about it, despite occasionally being submerged in vocoders and reverb.

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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oo-1T5MTTPU


    Unfortunately, these guys just played their last show Sunday. Ive followed them around southeast Michigan for the better part of 8 months, and it was a sad moment to see them finally call it quits. They were the premiere post-hardcore band in the area, even getting booking out of state, and headlining local venues regularly. i guess i have a soft spot for my local metal scene.

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    Death - Torn To Pieces

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    A little neo-soul - Jill Scott is one hot woman.

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    John Frusciante - The record water album. Heard murders a while back on Pandora and finally decided to check out the rest of the album a couple weeks back. I gotta say i really like it. Gonna have to check out his other stuff here son as well i think.

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    Burzum - Valen

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    Quote Originally Posted by xmd 5a View Post
    some real classics on that label/box! felt, eyeless in gaza, richard strange, second layer, the passage, five or six, etc. they've also reissued a lot of great albums and hits collections as of late (into a circle's assassins, sad lovers & giants- epic garden music/feeding the flame, spizz, skeletal family, red lorry yellow lorry, b-movie, mighty lemon drops etc.)

    in short, i <3 cherry red.




    speaking of which, this track is near-daily listening:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uHRvak30iEs
    Last edited by frankie teardrop; 12-16-2011 at 11:48 AM.

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    Drug store - "white magic for lovers"

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    Quote Originally Posted by frankieteardrop View Post
    some real classics on that label/box! felt, eyeless in gaza, richard strange, second layer, the passage, five or six, etc. they've also reissued a lot of great albums and hits collections as of late (into a circle's assassins, sad lovers & giants- epic garden music/feeding the flame, spizz, skeletal family, red lorry yellow lorry, b-movie, mighty lemon drops etc.)
    The Second Layer and Five or Six tracks have been my favourites so far. I got turned on to Cherry Red through their Slowdive reissues (with awesome-packed bonus discs). They also put out a greatest hits comp (The Shining Breeze) that has a very agreeable tracklist.


    ...Resonating with me particularly of late.

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    i'm feeling depressed over everything right now so i'm listening to the beatles.
    Last edited by halloween; 12-17-2011 at 01:40 AM. Reason: dur

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    Quote Originally Posted by halloween View Post


    i'm feeling depressed over everything right now so i'm listening to the beatles.
    That is the best thing to do I think. Funny you're listening to George Harrison, because so am I:

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