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Refused's 'New Noise' for moi.
Venetian Snares likes him, you should too.
as am currently halfway through the 'New Roman Times' album which is great!
...like that will happen!
Bought Microcastle on a slight whim today because I have money again.
(probably my least favourite pavement track)
scuzzy indie pop with some of the most charming vocals I've heard.
the shuffle thing on media player sent me straight to it after "Mutherfuker" by Beck, it worked very well.
Cars driving past.
The ticking of a couple of clocks.
The distinctive clackitty clack of a Mac keyboard being used to type this out.
It does actually tickle me that if you randomly put a '-' somewhere in any of each of those 4 sounds, you'd end up with a DiS 'scene' band name/track name.
The Hum of Appliances - From in the Kitchen
Next Youthmovies album title.
off the Hooper Bay EP, although some people might say it's one of the fake tracks... I still like it though.
on the melvins vs minneapolis 2nd disc.
haha, though a cover would be good!
i was just listening to 'more to lose' by seona dancing
Animal Collective - We Tigers
but it just changed to Mouth Wooed Her
by Ever Since The Lake Caught Fire
Going to change in a couple of minutes though...
This Must Be The Place (Naive Melody)
and I can hear my housemate listening to the four tops upstairs
Read Music/Speak Spanish
Before head off down to Hokaben shortly
Old To Begin
Walk across the rooftops "From rags to riches"
on one of my old tape comps made up from Radio 1 shows, John Peel, Mark And Lard and some Mark Lamarr Shake Rattle And Roll shows, maybe Humphrey Lyttelton shows from the 90's too
golden slumbers from abbey rd
by Jonathan Richman: http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=XjFU98mEem4
I read an interesting review of 'Natasha' in rock sound so I've been reaquainting myself with their music.
mixed with a dog barking and a ricky gervais podcast.
Did you know your review is on their site?
I'v had it on twice already yesterday its damn good. A nice continuation from the last one. I find his noise really fun the dude makes me smile.
it's the new Parts & Labor album Receivers. Actually I'm only on the first track. It arrived yesterday and I've only listened to it once so far.
Bremner on the telly.
Music for an Arabian night / Holiday in Beirut.
It's important I get my Doo Wop fill of a sunday
8 minutes of loveliness...
A Blood And Fire Audio Catalogue. This followed Augustus Pablo-King Tubby Meet Rockers Uptown, looking for a dub track which seems perfect for my November comp which I started today
but I swear I can hear Water Curses by Animal Collective
all 12 mins of it
Printing with Irish woman on the phone in the background
Very arty, think Murcof meets Fly Pan Am
Oh, it's changed now to 'Mysteries' by Yeah Yeah Yeah's. How indie.
It's off some compilation (Love is Love) of lo-fi African pop. It's good stuff.
vigorous young men with guitars, always welcome IMHO.
heads up ep
for the first time ever. I actually really enjoyed it! And am now at a loss as to what I can put on to follow it...
new gang gang dance tracks are sweet :)
Housemeister - What you want (Siriusmo remix)
Spenza - Kylie and me
Cobra Dukes - Beating of the drum (Grum remix)
Blende - Jonni
Late of the Pier - Focker (Boys Noize remix)
Yuksek - I Like to Play
Alex Metric - Caller
Treasure Fingers - Cross the Dancefloor (Lifelike remix)
dj Cat NYC - Hot Pink (Blende remix)
Laurent Garnier - Crispy Bacon
Paul Woolford - Erotic Discourse (Grum remix)!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Deadmau5 & Jelo - Reward is Cheese
Harley - From Paris with Love (RAC remix)
Defender - Bliss
by Nick Drake. Very similar to Gravenhurst, I imagine. This is the 3rd thread I've mentioned him in, I must be enjoying listening to him very, very much.
well now i'm listening to this new beck video which is really really well made.
see? It's this weird mix of dali and warhol and well make's for NICE product.
of course I meant to say 'zombie'.
and the three tracks I listened to were
Sparky's Dream-Teenage Fanclub
Stomping At The Savoy-Country Jazz Allstars
Rocket USA-Nic Void
on Radio Paradise.
Off the rather excellent DFA presents Supersoul compilation
For the first time in about 20 years. Still sounds awesome. Way better than Daydream Nation.
i've never really taken to it in the past but a track of his (from a different release) came up on Last FM radio recently and i loved it, so i'm giving it another chance. STILL UNSURE.
he made an album and gave it away free on dubstepforum its really good, I made a thread on it late last night / this morn if anyone is interested in grabbing it. It's only up for a few more hours...
I've spent the day been making a mixtape for my boyfriend. Not a break-up one, despite appearances. It's just a great song.
You've probably not heard of them but they're great, played with them on sat just gone. http://www.myspace.com/thekits
I just seen the W. trailer and had a craving to listen to it
"you arrange your mind you rea-rearrange your mind you rea-rea.."
And New Noise came on then I saw this thread and saw you were listening to the same thing. Freaky!
Niall Quinn waffling on about Sunderland
recorded for the Breezeblock in 98. Big Beat, Breaks....its all there. Skill!
Let's go to hell
by British Sea Power. And praying Burnley do the blue scum on penalties
both are really quite beautiful- and I'm not trying to be funny.
lovely morning music
Not my turn on the office stereo.
Midnight Oil / Joyride
top quality stuff as always from Pinch and his label.
Track 6: "River Euphrates"
the self titled one with the cool egyptian dude on the cover.
My brain hurts
just got my record player fixed finally, TOTAL AUDIO BLISS.
I'm having a little jive to it as well.
Should have been number 1. It might have been if they'd released it after 'Lump' I reckon
I've got Hope of The States Sts'Ikel playing now
there some blues playing behind his voice.
History 'tis phatty bombatti
Break Ya Neck by Busta Rhymes
Ace rock and or roll
Pretty super Soul Jazz complication not sure which track..
it is bloody lovely.
new franz ferdinand lp, not very good up to now.
ugh, more of the same and my ears have gone off them it appears.
hmmmm ....... "plaster casts of everything"
Keith just sent me the nearly final mix of the new ep, its just wonderful stuff again. I can't wait to pass it on to everyone but I have to wait til I get the final mix.
two months later and coincidentally I'm listening to the same band
via shuffle, which is right this second giving way to 'The Four Horsemen' by Aphrodites Child.
same. thas sum mad shit rite dere.
decent album. Not the best thing ever, however
the Indie Rock Fortune Cookie version
Very much looking forward to this new EP!