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PostPosted: Fri Oct 03, 2008 11:51 am 
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SeaSick Steve- Blues dude rocking on a 3 stringed electric guitar. go see him live, he kicks ass.
MC5- just because they kick out the jams, and we all like a good jam kicking.
King Creasote- beautiful voice, great songwriting. love it.

Agree with Chris the Kanye is pretty cool, not as cool as Mos Def but almost.

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PostPosted: Mon Oct 06, 2008 10:17 am 
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Gandhi wrote:
SeaSick Steve- Blues dude rocking on a 3 stringed electric guitar. go see him live, he kicks ass.


He does kick ass, and I think he's coming to Edinburgh soon. I know his son. How cool am I.

Safe As Milk and Trout Mask Replica by Captain Beefheart.
Skip James. Just... amazing.
The Microphones/Mount Eerie. You really need to listen to The Glow pt. 2 by The Microphones before you die.

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I thinkyou might be uncool, as you think your cool because you know the son who might be uncool of a cool man. The cool rules are confusing, and because I find them confusing, it makes me uncool, but finding myself uncool makes me cool,possibly.

Captain Beefhart is amazing. Safe as Milk is one of my all time favourite albums. Trout Mask Replica freaks me out..in a good way, but sometimes in a bad way...I have to be in the right mood for it.

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Seasick Steve is playing Glasgow and is officially uncool because he now lives in Norwich which cancels on his hobo credentials.

I will post up my new finds by way of a mixtape that I will post up details and make available to anyone who is interested.

In the meantime, my latest and ace-est find
http://speechification.com/
an extraordinary, heavily archived resource of downloadable radio documentaries usually aired out on the BBC but also occasionals from the likes of Resonance FM etc.
Anyway it's a massive treat
so far I've listened to
The Art Of The Mixtape by Dave Quantick
A Musical Map To Sheffield by Jarvis Cocker
Glitch by Paul Morely
Fungi: The Fifth Kingdom
and a rather bizarre thing by Malcolm McLaren about being locked in a computer game.
All of them, most pleasurable besides Malcy but I will forgive him anything.
It also has a sister site
http://watchification.com/
but they seem to struggle with archiving with a lot of the links dead
Still
stuff it up the hole in your culture

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I have to be in the right mood for everything by the Don. Also, Trout Mask Replica was produced by Frank Zappa. That makes Trout Mask Replica the definition of coolness.

Says on Seasick Steve's myspace page that the dog hisself is playing in Edinburgh Queens Hall on the 25th.

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Sheikh Ahmad Al Tuni!!!
http://www.bolingo.org/audio/arab/munshidin/tuni.htm
saw him play the other night he was dead good. check it. he is also a master of the K7 cover.
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Magic Lantern
http://www.myspace.com/magiclanternmako
i never really got a grasp of what stoner rock actually was
genre wise
but this is what it should be to me
i really shouldn't like this
these people are jamming.
despicable business.
right now they would be first up against the wall of sound
a true-trip.

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PostPosted: Wed Oct 15, 2008 7:18 am 
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i never understood the term stoner rock either. to me it mean Ozric Tentacles.

listening to:

Susumo Yokota - Love or Die
Mogwai - The Hawk Is Howling
Stereolab - Chemical Chords
Vernon Le Noir - Bataille And The Bird
Barbara Morgenstern - Come To Berlin
Legowelt - live last week

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The Lofty Heights. Homeboi just walked up on stage after the last open mic night and suddenly jaws started dropping. Seriously. It was disgusting. Got a CD, but it's not nearly as good as the live performance.

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PostPosted: Fri Oct 24, 2008 4:58 pm 
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Oldies:

Madness: Divine Madness
Faith No More: The Real Thing
Drexciya: Neptune's Lair

oh and this: http://www.headphonica.net/?contend=rel ... id=hpcd053

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withered hand. on repeat. genius. you must dig them.

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Today is No Music Day
www.nomusicday.com
You might like to check out
http://speechification.com/2008/11/21/no-music-day/

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what no posts here since november?? soon sort that...:

lucky pierre - hypnogogia (old album, but new to me)
hauschka - snowflakes & car wrecks (+ live last week)
steve reich - drumming LIVE!
susumo yokota - cat, mouse & me (96 doLP)
gudrun gut - apples, pears & deer in poland
kompakt - pop ambient 2009
guido möbius - gebirge
andromeda mega express orchestra - take off!

good times ;)

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check out the new Vernon Le Noir album. free (creative commons) download: http://www.myspace.com/vernonlenoir
guys a genius. reminds me of cowcube. Peel would have loved it.

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Super Furry Animals - Dark Days/Light Years

have bought every album by these welsh upstarts on the day, if not week of release. am always filled with joy by their music. the new record contains the lyrics "where d'you wanna go, 'cause we can go anywhere. how d'you wanna go, 'cause we can go anyhow. who d'you wanna bring 'cause we can bring everyone." im averaging 3 listens a day...top album. great band. SFA ok!

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conor oberst

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she & him

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coconut records: Davy

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electronica gainsbourg. Especially the version of Bonnie and Clyde.

hey jane mansfield superstar by sigue sigue sputnik (the extended remix)

moe tucker (where can I find more moe to download?)

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moe tucker (where can I find more moe to download?)


I have 4 of Mo's albums in my collection:

I Spent a Week There the Other Night
Playin' Possum
Life in Exile After Abdication
Dogs Under Stress

If you want me to burn copies of any of them, let me know and I'll organise it.

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Catatonia,The Only Ones, Leftfield, Peter Tosh, Mambo Mania and The V13s.

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debois wrote:
Catatonia,The Only Ones, Leftfield, Peter Tosh, Mambo Mania and The V13s.

debois


Well I met my gypsy girl many moons ago
Yes I met my red haired girl many moons ago
Well her father was a fisherman and she walked about bare foot
Yes her father was a tin miner and she walked about bare foot

And rumour had it
I said rumour had it
That she did a crazy dance when the moon was full
Yes my gypsy girl did a crazy dance when the moon was full

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yes please mike!
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Lots of stuff by UNKLE as I've only just really discovered them. I was aware of them and loved their Rabbit in the Headlights video but just didn't listen to them. They are great.
Also lots of:
Amon Tobin
Aphex Twin
Squarepusher
KLF-Chill Out
DJ Food
and I'm loving the new stuff by M83.

And- In Rainbows by Radiohead. I got this a while ago, listened to it, loved it, forgot about it. Started listening to it again a couple of months ago and now I can play the whole album every couple of days and still not get bored of it and still admire it. It's one of those albums that each time you listen to it you discover something new. I believe this is their best album ever!

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http://freemusicarchive.org/

lots of things for free under creative commons, run by WFMU

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The Floaters - Float On
A grand block of unhurried, breezed in, sleazy soul.
Each member introduces themselves, states their star sign and goes on to tell you what they want in a lady.
"Libra and my name is Charles
Now I like a woman that's quiet
A woman who carries herself like Miss Universe
A woman who would take me in her arms
And she would say, Charles, yeah"

Also exploring the history and back catalogue of ZE Records
www.zerecords.com
via the Mutant Disco Compilations
Cowboys & Gangsters merits a monster groove with a suitably preposterous lyric.
hear also
Wham! - The Wham! Rap
call and response to the enforced idle, a rewind, thoughts on Thatcher 30 years after her coming into power.
"Do you want to work? - NO
Are you gonna have fun? - YEAH
Do you want to be a jerk? - NO
Are you gonna stay young? - YEAH"


Right the fuck on, George.

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Christ. - Pylonesque EP (benbecula) : found the 12" at the flohmarkt for 2 euro!!

Kreuzberg Dhirty6 Cru - Die Reime der Anderen (sonig) : German Rap!

Tortoise - Beacons of Ancestorship (thrill jockey) : best band in the world?

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PostPosted: Thu Jun 25, 2009 11:31 am 
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IDM Forums compilation 001 -003
Amazing collection of tunes that they have collected from artists using their electronica forums. Completely free to download from http://www.idmforums.com/showthread.php?t=20689 ...it really is good, especially compilation 001.

Christ.'s new live album is gooooooood!
The Cat Empire-The Cate Empire
Eels-Beautiful Freak

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Lots of Neil Young, in preparation for seeing him live on Saturday.

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pardon the plug:
http://soundcloud.com/dirkmarkham/echo-plex-1
...The Hemulen's back!

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I am really enjoying the most recent Little Birdy cd. I am surprised that I am finding it so good for some reason,but I really am.

Also really getting into white noise meditation- using specific frequencies to achieve deeper relaxation. A guy, George Baker, a US composer has developed lots of these. "The pink noise binaural beat brainwave carrier used in these recordings is a scientifically proven way to achieve meditative states without the years of practice and discipline traditionally required..."

And I can't do without Unison Sinewave mediation, by illume in essence www.unison-therapy.com, but I will have to as I have played it so many times it is now getting stuck - but even that sounds great:Alpha frequencies,theta & delta - I am swept away...


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Paul McCartney - Check My Machine http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oH3k8NXpu
(macca was never, could never, be barred from Forest!)

Cobra Killer - Uppers & Downers : coming soon on monika

Psycho-Acoustic Sculptures Vol. 5 : pardon the plug.

Ankst Records (Tystion, Topper etc.) - best Welsh label ever

Reflexions on Classical Music - who'd have though it: something good on universal http://www.xvi-reflections.com/

Hauschka live : 3rd time ive seen him this year - a master of prepared piano! :)

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I've varied my diet of classic rock, with a quirky Swiss duo called Stereo Total. I visited a friend last week, and he turned me on to them. Their recent album, Paris Berlin, is mainly about sex, but I think most of their work is. The song, Revolution Baby, has some great lines, like 'Masturbation is counter-revolutionary, heterosexuality is the opium of the masses, put your Marxism where your mouth is'.


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Jim O'Rourke - The Visitor (drag city) one 38 min track of instrumental magic

Bibio - Ambivalence Avenue (warp) been out a few months but just got this fantastic album

Michael Hedges - Aerial Boundaries (windham hill) an all time fave album: got the LP for 2 €

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Greensleeves Comp - Herbalist/Energy (got 10xDoLP for 1,50 each at flohmarkt!!)
O Tannenbaum DJs - http://www.o-tannenbaum-berlin.de/ (4rest needs these kids)
TBA - ForgetFulness : amazing ambient electronic album forthcoming on monika

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Location: a la lluna de Valencia
Mostly happy stuff:

Catalan:
La Gossa Sorda
Obrint Pas
La kinky beat

Spanish:
Los Delinquentes
Ojos de brujo
Macaco
Canteca de Macaco

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Dragons - Here Are The Roses
Capricorn - Lost In Jellywood
Vangelis - Bladerunner

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lobat
covox
crystal castles
the ethiopians
vybz kartel
kanye west
mistral
jack beats
beirut
country teasers
moderat
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the chordettes

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mels hole


check it out here

http://www.godrock.org/melshole.html

any body who seen all of the wire may enjoy the second half

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to my shame and for reasons ahead of my fathom
a fair bit of Oi!
choice numbers among
Cock Sparrer - Where Are They Now?
(quaint references to Julie Burchill, Tony Parsons, Jimmy Pursey)
Cockney Rejects - Where The Hell Is Babylon?
Notch-hole tunes the two of them though ahead said Gary Bushell can still eat dick.
On a hipper tip
Duchess Says
Glitch-enriched lady rant. Teriffic.

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Beth Rowley.

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Following some links from BoingBoing, I found an album of awesome 70s funk from Benin, West Africa. The group, Orchestre Poly-Rythmo de Cotonou, dish up haunting wahwahs, demented keyboards, frantic percussion and beautiful singing. Time to brush up on my Yoruba.


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BEYOND PINK: female-fronted harcore from sweden.... themed song of last week: "I don't wanna be a slave to my uterus"


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Psycho​-​Acoustic Sculptures Vol. 6

OUT NOW on Forest Records! :)
http://forestrecords.org/forest-records-collective/dirk-markham/psycho-acoustic-sculptures-volume-6/

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I bought sufjan stevens new album the other day thats been on repeat :)


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Face Dripping by Euros Childs - free dl at http://www.euroschilds.com/

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Me too! Love his work. Very sad I never managed to catch the Gorky's while they were still touring.

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yeh! pleasant surprise that hes done an all instrumental album of quirky electronica. speaking of which of course ultraship belongs in this thread! http://ultrachip.bandcamp.com/ :)

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Been hammering this tune to sweet demented distraction:
Dokkebi Q - Dalston Imperfection
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SRrrL3k6T4A


Also I just uploaded a TexMexMix onto my site,

AKIMBO DIVINE TEX MEX MIX (45 Minutes)
(the geography may curve off some but that's a compiling hazard when you take your spirits straight.)

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“Let the Civil War come again, I’m ready to fuck!”

Tracklisting:

1. Gone With The Pope excerpt
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zQqZKd_72C0
2. Juno Reactor – Pisterlero
3. Dick Dale – Taco Wagon
4. Terry Allen – El Camino
5. Beck – Burro (Mariachi Version)
6. Calexico – Minas De Cobre (For Better Metal)
7. Gypsy Kings – Hotel California
8. Devotchka – Gasoline Serpent
9. Mariachi El Bronx – Cell Mates
10. The Beatles with Mariachi – Penny Lane
11. Joe Strummer and the Mescelaros – Mondo Bongo
12. Santo and Johnny – Sleepwalk (Extended Version)
13. Ennio Morricone – Come Maddalena

Link to download http://akimbodivine.wordpress.com/mixes/

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no doubt whats been shakin the airwaves here. new album by SFA frontman Gruff Rhys:

http://www.gruffrhys.com/hotelshampoo/

got this on some seriously heavy rotation - must have heard it a good 50 times in the last week.

Ryan Franscesconi is still high up on my list too.

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PostPosted: Fri Feb 18, 2011 1:18 pm 
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Radiohead album was released a day early. That means today!


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PostPosted: Fri Feb 18, 2011 4:58 pm 
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Shannon wrote:
Radiohead album was released a day early. That means today!



and its been listened to 4 times by me already makes me so happy :) 'GiveUpTheGhost' is just smiles.


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