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that is all, dont bother saying they are rubbish because frankly, i dont want to know
stereolab I guess yes
raymond scott "manhattan research"?
the blue men (ie joe meek) "I hear a new world"?
silver apples "s/t"?
other-worldly 60s sounds methinks
thankyou very much.
asked for team ping pong in my christmas stocking ages ago...but did i gt it...
but everyone should get a copy of their first two albums (silver apples and contact) anyway.
Young Marble Giants
that was enlightening. i thank you all
( http://www.drownedinsound.com/user/recommendations ), on first listen they're quite good.
Broadcast are great...I like about six modern bands, and they are one of them.
Check out 'United States of America', 'Joe Byrd and the Field Hippies' and 'White Noise'
gosh. isnt this a nice learining curve for us all...
not hugely for me, no...
These artists here:
Julian House is The Focus Group, he is also the guy that does the album covers for the likes of Broadcast and Stereolab.
are you a real panda?
with small paws :(
or a red panda?
on youtube all week! thankyou
and yes the Ghost Box stuff above. I'd recommend Belbury Poly - their The Owl's Map is a great record.
brigitte fontaine (often quoted by stereolab - and, i'd suspect, broadcast - as an influence)
flying saucer attack
are great and quite similar to Broadcast.
Junior Boys (maybe)