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Postby Duncan » Sat Jun 09, 2007 12:29 am

XTC.

Name sounds like a late eighties acid house outfit, but nay, tis of the New Wave. Apparently I knew lots of their songs already (such as Making Plans For Nigel) without remembering the name. Anyway, inventive, punk influenced, quite poppy in a still interesting early eighties fashion, with some impressively modern sounding electronics. Just great melodies and vocals.
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Postby thehemulen » Sat Jun 09, 2007 12:15 pm

wahey! the "This week I've been mostly listening to..." makes it to a second page!!

i listened to Abbey Road this week (twice!) for the first time in years - certainly three years at least!!! ...and this is an album i used to listen to oreligiously EVERY saturday.... Joy!

also been listening to my new pop song and pondering the dissolution of the producer-consumer dichotomy: soon enough everyone will just make their own music and stop listening to anything else... (?)
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Postby dan » Mon Jun 25, 2007 1:26 pm

anything on this:
http://www.yod.com/
mmm
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Postby Gandhi » Mon Jun 25, 2007 6:03 pm

Hey music exploring forest folk.
I'm sure you're aware of it but just in case you aren't then the best way to listen to new music is a site called http://www.pandora.com
Type in the name of a band or a song and it breaks the song down into "genes" (e.g. heavy drums mixed with melancholy guitar etc etc.). It then makes a whole radio station based on that song playing bands or songs with similar styles. I've found hundreds of new bands I've never heard of through it. its completely free and legal....I say legal...it's legal in America and will ask you to sign up with a Zip Code. Just google a Zip Code and put it in and it works. Yay. the most amazing site ever!!!! I know i sound like an advert/spammer dude but it really is me Garden Andy, and if you haven't discovered pandora.com yet then you are about to open the door to the vast world of musical exploration.
http://www.pandora.com check it out now bitches
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Postby Jimmy Bastard » Mon Jun 25, 2007 10:53 pm

pandora
i will write a beware article against it
i'm drunk now
but I'll opt an example
there's one of the cider twins that's
more handsome
more endearing
more primary
(didn't elvis' twin die at birth)
genes
i hate my brother with all my heart
this week i've listened to a fuckwad
of Screaming Lord Sutch
Maybe not an originator
but an original mind
when he died the Raving Monster Loony Party
elected a cat
a jump I can't see Pandora making.
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Postby Gandhi » Tue Jun 26, 2007 10:15 am

I pretty much have no clue what the hell you just said Dai! but you seem to be boozed up and i applaud you for that. :D
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Postby Jimmy Bastard » Tue Jun 26, 2007 7:16 pm

Yep, drunk like a twat, listening to
Screaming Lord Sutch.
I have no idea what I was writing about either
but I will finish it when I'm next fully twatted.
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Postby Jimmy Bastard » Fri Nov 16, 2007 1:04 pm

Burial - Untrue (LP)
there's a rather scholarly review here where Derrida gets some props.
Never read the fella beyond an obituary but the phrase 'sonic hauntology' I'm liking. Sums up the sound of the Panda Bear album, which takes the top spot of 2007's albums for me.
My primary reason for pasting the link though,is to point in the way of the
David Thomas Broughton Weight of my Love MP3.
hands up song of the year.
imagine anthony and the jonsons singing about being too skint to score a Gregg's pasty, I mean that's the actual fucking lyric, and that song happens to be a colossal headwreck heartwrencher of lost love.
Untrue.
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Postby ravanwin » Fri Nov 16, 2007 4:14 pm

Lyle Lovett's excellent and sardonic album: "I Love Everybody" in which he announces his distaste for everything with the lines:

I said I dont like hippies
And I dont like cornbread
And I dont like much
I said I dont hippies
And I dont like cornbread
And I dont like much
But thats okay

Fat babies have no pride
Fat babies have no pride
Fat babies have no pride
And thats okay
Who needs pride

Fat babies make me sick
Fat babies make me ill
All that fat baby drooling
And that fat baby smell

I said I dont like hippies
And I dont like cornbread
And I dont like much
But I like you
cause you like me
And you dont like much
And thats okay

cause fat babies have no pride
Fat babies have no pride
Fat babies have no pride
And thats okay
Who needs pride anyway
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Postby Gandhi » Fri Nov 16, 2007 4:35 pm

Im currently listening to the track Terrorists Are Gay. Written by The Bikes apparently but probably by Chris Morris (The Day Today, Brasseye) for the TV series Nathan Barley.

Terrorists are Gay
Terrorists are gay

pretty much over and over again.
Genius? me thinks so, then again I laugh at monkeys throwing their own poo...c'mon thats frickin hilarious! :lol:
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Postby Caroline » Sat Nov 17, 2007 8:39 pm

dang, lyle lovett is cool. i had no idea. he's on the download list
been listening to
roy orbison
dick dale
django reinhardt
beirut

hey ryan is the golden hour book/cd still for sale?

-twothree
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Postby Gandhi » Fri Jan 11, 2008 3:54 pm

I love this post:
mostly listening to:
The Modern Lovers-The Modern Lovers (excellent punk band with singer Jonathon Richman)

AC/DC-If You Want Blood

Tim Buckley-Goodbye and Hello

Patti Smith-Horses


Arcade Fire-Neon Bible

Velevet Underground-Andy Warhol

Nico-Chelsea Girl

Sigur Ros-Agaetis Byrjun

David Bowie
-everything i possibly can

Bjork- the new one, can't remember what its called

as you can see I'm going through my classic album phase, but good music is good music people!
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Postby Shannon » Sat Jan 12, 2008 2:55 am

I am on an anti-folk kick. Jeffrey Lewis' cover album, '12 Crass Songs' is amazing, amazing, amazing. And Kimya Dawson (of Moldy Peaches fame). She is one super cool mamma, so I wrote her an email to see if she would like to come play at the Forest next time she's around. Maybe she will come? She played at the Common Place a couple of years ago, so we'll see.
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Postby martinmckenna » Sat Jan 12, 2008 6:20 am

Neil young Chrome dreams , an unreleased album from 1977 . most of the song appeared on other albums in the next twenty years or so , a great collection of songs !
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Postby Jimmy Bastard » Sun Jan 13, 2008 6:11 pm

Dan Deacon is on loop in my kitchen.

Mark Lamaar's God's Jukebox is on my radio.
( http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio2/shows/lamarrsat/ )

Half Man Half Biscuit are on my headphones.

Neutral Milk Hotel are on a mixtape in my bedroom

and I'm trying to track down
Sisters Of Transistors - Beat Girl on the internet.
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Postby emily » Sun Jan 13, 2008 8:31 pm

Welsh Dai wrote:Sisters Of Transistors - Beat Girl


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Postby beev » Sat Mar 29, 2008 9:27 pm

britney spears - blackout

britney is back and hotter than ever

'hot as ice' in fact

ow!
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Postby thehemulen » Sun Mar 30, 2008 5:56 pm

FSK "Freiwillige Selbstkontrolle" (buback) - saw them live on friday: best german band ever. and Peels second fave band of all time after the Fall.
also, new Black Keys album is pretty good.
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Postby Jimmy Bastard » Mon Mar 31, 2008 11:46 am

Pop stakes:
R. Kelly Gotham City and also Real Talk
'Besides, what they eat don't make us shit - Real talk'

Rock n Roll
Little Richard Nuki Suki
actually a rather funky affair much in the manner of the Muppets

Ironic
Frank Stallone Far From Over
recognition still due

Electronic
Mr Hopkinson's Computer Where Is My Mind.
pixies cover by a computer executed with ooze and aplomb.

Classic
? and the Mysterions 96 Tears
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Postby chris » Mon Mar 31, 2008 12:02 pm

hanayo - berlin based (i think) japanesse artist/musician. check: joe le taxi version and isdn, and sometimes a girls loves a boy. allboth classics. and she play in berlin soon:
-10 May 2008 - 23:00 - festsaal keller - berlin, Berlin

lionel richie.

the fields - housey nice nice.

decoupage by jar-wo on the front page of micormusic right now.

any music related to kite flying.
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Postby Gandhi » Mon Mar 31, 2008 12:03 pm

Pere Ubu
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13th Floor Elevators

these guys will trip you out big time.
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Postby milk » Tue Apr 01, 2008 1:41 pm

this week i have mostly been listening to mike oldfield ([1], [2])

other than that; http://www.last.fm/user/milkmiruku

oh, and; http://www.last.fm/group/The+Forest
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Postby laura » Tue Apr 01, 2008 6:29 pm

Brett Dennen - So much more.

Andy and I saw this guy supporting Rodrigo y Gabriella last year and after seeing him perform I had to sneek off before the main act to ensure I got his CD.

With hints of acoustic, pop, reggae, folk and latin music his sound is great, but it's his lyrics that hooked me - the guy is a poet.

His website is also worth a look - check out his 'Love Speaks' initiative to help promote not for profit organisations at his gigs, or to read about the Mosaic Project - created to empower children and promote the building of communities across differences in the US.

It makes me smile that his website encourages his fans to make audiorecordings of his gigs for the purpose of personal use or trading between fans.

http://www.brettdennen.net
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Postby Little-Green » Wed Apr 02, 2008 8:54 am

This week I've heard a lot on Animal Collective's new EP. Its Space, really.
you should really check out Strawberry Jam though. Amazing.

And I just discovered a band from eary 90's Olypmia, US music scene called Beat Happening.
Few words to describe their music:
adolecense summer nights, childhood games,
cuteness.


Dig!
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Postby thehemulen » Wed Jun 11, 2008 12:57 pm

http://www.limbikfreq.com

astonishingly good quality electronica internet radio
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Postby ravanwin » Wed Jun 11, 2008 2:10 pm

tom russell: hotwalker

a gem of a record for anyone who is a fan of either:

1) drinking
2) carnies
3) charles bukowski

mostly it is an ode to charles with memories recited from an old carnival barker of the times he and bukowski got shitfaced together. a lot of good stuff on this cd. worth a listen
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Postby Jimmy Bastard » Wed Jun 11, 2008 5:17 pm

Ooh that's new to me, I'll look into it.
This weekend I've been doing a spot of garden work for a friend which incorporated numerous flytipping trips.
We picked up a huge box of tapes from a boot sale all for a quid, which was largely filled with indie also-rans from the early nineties,most of which went the way of the tip.
Pick of the bunch.
Electronic by Electronic.
The car laid low with rubble, windows wound down, an impossibly sunny day - those synths sounded right.
Also heard a Radio 4 documentary on the late comic/poet Hovis Presley
a sort of poor-man's Stephen Wright but with his own occasional genius
http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b009fwpf
"It's true what they say about women, it's an irregular plural." Hovis Presley
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Postby swithun » Fri Jun 13, 2008 11:39 am

‮‮ I've been listening to Radio Sysiphus - Where the Rock doesn't stop and it hasn't done me any harm.
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Postby Gandhi » Fri Jun 13, 2008 12:25 pm

Rock will never stop Swith...Never!!!!

Swith, what was the name of that band, you gave me a post it of their name but I lost it...something and marianne? can't remember
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Postby swithun » Fri Jun 13, 2008 12:41 pm

It was Amadou et Mariam, AKA the blind couple from Mali. The album Dimanche a Bamako, produced by Manu Chau is pretty hot.

I'm just listening to Zebda's 'Le bruit et le odeur' just now (Zebda is the arabic word for butter, beure is verlang - backwards slang - for arab in France). There is a sample of Chirac saying it isn't racist when honest French workers complain about the noise and the smell of the unemployed sponger immigrants and their 20 children living downstairs.
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Postby Gandhi » Fri Jun 13, 2008 1:09 pm

Thanks,
Zebda sounds good too, will check it out
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Postby milk » Fri Jun 20, 2008 12:42 am

http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=1kQ6SL0JPaU

hardcore + daleks (well, davros) + maggie thatcher = win (imo)
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Postby milk » Fri Jun 20, 2008 12:43 am

sheesht..!

what i meant to was was h a r d c o r e!
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Postby thehemulen » Mon Jun 23, 2008 12:37 pm

Omni by Acid Casuals.
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Postby Jimmy Bastard » Thu Jul 03, 2008 11:47 am

Half Man Half Biscuit
Every last song.
I have a habit.
Theatre critic Ken Tynan once said he could never love a woman who didn't love Look Back In Anger.
I think I feel the same way about Half Man Half Biscuit
which is a knowingly narrow field but their breadth of reference is anything but.
Andy Kershaw described them as the most important British Folk band since The Clash - which in itself is a superb sentence to say.
They demand a deep reading and keep revealing importance.
Every morning I wake up with a different lyric lodged in my head and this makes me chuffed.
Three other things
They improve with each new release.
They are playing Edinburgh in October
and I now think I have their complete output on a hard-drive so if you fancy you might be partial, I can make available two chocker MP3 CDs for the price of a PM.
Image
Heavily hungover stepping down Clerk Street after spending 24 hours in slippers 'cos I locked myself out fetching ingredients for last night's tea, now, this very morning I found myself singing away, loud with emphasis and glee.

Hedley Verityesque
She passed into folklore
Trod on lines in the pavement and said
"There's no room for enigmas in built up areas"

They are just fucking untouchable.
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Postby Gandhi » Thu Jul 03, 2008 12:04 pm

Half Man Half Biscuit are frickin ace, good choice.

Been listening to a bit of Jeffrey Lewis, bit of Leanord Cohen, and King Creosote.

Also Dan Le Sac vs Scroobius Pip - A letter From God To Man....its fuckin good, great lyrics.
Their song "Thou Shalt Always Kill" is bloody good too. The "just a band" bit in it is great....you'll know the bit that i mean if you listen to it. if you like politically tinged hip-hop you may enjoy this. if you don't enjoy politically tinged hip-hop you may enjoy this anyway.
If you like them then I beg you to listen to Sage Francis, any song, any album this guy is officially the best rapper ever (Fat Lip from Pharcyde is a close 2nd). (this is my personal opinion, I don't want to start any West side vs East side gang wars or anything).
Peace out beeyatches.
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Postby Jimmy Bastard » Thu Jul 03, 2008 12:31 pm

I think Half Man Half Biscuit get overlooked all too often as novelty.
See also: Shaggy.
Fat Lip is a geezer - there's that great interview on the Spike Jonze DVD where he's running around in a nappy. That makes me happy, also.
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Postby Gandhi » Thu Jul 03, 2008 1:02 pm

WHAT'S UP, FATLIP?...sing it with me Dai preferably running around in a nappy, a dirty raincoat, learing at women whilst drinking a bottle of Brandy and being hit in the nuts by kids.

Fatlip]
Feelin' downtrodden
Fresh kid turned rotten
I can't believe I'm like E then I'm coppin
Over the years seems like I'm gettin' dumber
Reminiscing to a time when I was younger with a hunger
Full a dreams, determination, self-esteem
But now it seems they hesitate to be on my team
You know the routine, when you winnin' and grinnin'
All up in your face, like they was which you from the beginnin'
But on the flipside,
When you washed up like a riptide
Fools clown 'bout how you slipped and let shit slide
Beside the fact
My voice is wack
Clowns is runnin' around, talkin' 'bout I smoke crack
Ain't got no homies that got my back
Yeah I'm a brotha, but some times I don't feel black
My girl is white
My game idn't tight
Niggas who ain't seen me in a while be like "Dude, you aight?"

Who am I kiddin', who am I foolin'
When they be like "What's up Fatlip?," and I say "Coolin'"

Blowin' like a sucka almost every day
In the back of your mind you prob'ly thinkin' I was gay
But naw, I'm just a bitch ass nigga
The type that get jacked above the ribs ass nigga
See I been a loser just about all my life
Type that try turn a ho to a housewife
What do you expect
I give respect
And feel for hoes niggas keep in check
I'm far from hard
Emotionally scarred
On Pico Boulevard
I was regarded as a retard
I make myself sick
Get on my own nerves
Immature, insecure,
Grown up nerd
Has-been MC
On a label that's unstable
Choppin' bliggy on a table

Who am I kiddin', who am I foolin'
When they be like "What's up Fatlip?," and I say "Coolin'"
Who am I kiddin', who am I foolin'
When they be like "What's up Fatlip?," and I say "Coolin'"




SHAGGY however is crap!!!
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Postby Jimmy Bastard » Sat Jul 05, 2008 6:17 pm

One more - topical to the locale
The Valves - Ain't No Surf in Portobello
If you're swift you can pick it up direct download just here
http://armagideontime.blogspot.com/2008 ... bular.html
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Postby milk » Wed Jul 09, 2008 1:51 am

RUGER (recommend; 'My Girl, the Princess')

and Boney M.'s Rasputin.
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Postby martinmckenna » Mon Jul 21, 2008 7:23 pm

sound track from colors

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0094894/

old skool sounds
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Postby michaelbowdidge » Sat Jul 26, 2008 12:46 pm

On the headphones: Foo Fighters - 'There is Nothing Left to Lose' - especially 'Cracked Actors'... pure filth!

also Simple Minds - 'Sons and Fascination/Sister Feelings Call' on heavy rotation as usual.

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Postby martinmckenna » Sun Jul 27, 2008 9:42 pm

Time fades away , neil young
on vinyl as its still not available on cd yet

as far as i can tell , this album was release after harvest as a replacement to the rejected tonights the night . its a recording of the tour for harvest with all new songs on it . a great album .
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Postby thehemulen » Mon Aug 18, 2008 5:58 pm

Stereolab : Chemical Chords

:D
i can expect this to continue for many weeks to come.
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Re: This week I've been mostly listening to...

Postby xabina » Tue Aug 19, 2008 5:13 pm

Bullet with butterfly wings - The Smashing Pumpkins

Show me How to Live - Audioslave

Rainbowarriors - Cocorosie

Discipline - Nine Inch Nails

Le Svink c'est Chic - Svinkels

Clones - Puppetmastaz
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Re: This week I've been mostly listening to...

Postby milk » Sun Sep 14, 2008 11:18 pm

Laibachkunstderfuge - Laibach, Wendy Carlos stylee
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Re: This week I've been mostly listening to...

Postby Duncan » Fri Oct 03, 2008 11:37 am

Cut Copy, beautilful Australian pop electronica that I picked up in San Fran.

Just imagine a massage from a hot girl and the music she listens to.
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Re: This week I've been mostly listening to...

Postby chris » Fri Oct 03, 2008 11:50 am

kanye west - super great.

lil wayne - only got a little bit by him, but he off the scale.

t rex - ride a white swan
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