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Cornershop - Judy sucks a lemon for breafast
Awesome record to wake up to, especially if the sun is shining
i am at werk
On the way to work it was Mount Kimbie - Crooks & Lovers. First impressions are that it slays quite hard.
Listened to it so much since yesterday. It sounds a bit like It from Abruptum singing for Negative Approach in parts.
It's maybe a little too traditional for my taste (maybe it wasn't at the time it wasn't made) but it's enjoyable enough.
highlights so far this morning include an airing of Rockin' the Suburbs and some Beasties.
listening to Woods.
This is not a lie, sadly.
I just put the new Woods on
1. Music + stifling heat from a massive scanner.
2. Ridiculously loud air-conditioning so I can't listen to tunes, but the temperature is a lot better.
1 is winning. That's why I chose Woods pretty much, they make me feel like my mind at least is in a log cabin.
Hmmm there's a smell of burning now...
Just finished a few spins of Emeralds S/T in the garden as well.
All this talk of Exile On Main Street prompted me to dig it out again, and yes it's still bloody great. Good summer-start music.
I think the self-titled Emeralds is my favourite of theirs. 'Passing Away' = so epic.
... some song from his solo folky beardy/tea cosy album. It's a bit dull and I'm not enjoying it much. Happy monday all!
The repetition has me in the right groove for doing maths, maaaan.
singer/songwriter of a different level, such an amazing sound he has
so I'm on my own in the office. Listening to Tame Impala - Innerspeaker. Its a whole lotta betta than I was expecting, and 'Runway, City, Houses, Clouds' isn't the sole highlight I was anticipating there's loads of cool riffs, air-tearing lead guitar work, heavy fx, 60's psych drumwork, Beatles-vocal rip-offs I can enjoy and best of all....FEEDBACK.
Expectation sounds like the bastard offspring (like there's another kind) of Led Zeppelin and Black Sabbath. An Australian staple for sure, but this band do it up pretty like, and it's working really well in the heat.
intense record, treats.
you probably didn't mean to reply to me, I did listen to Sleigh Bells at lunchtime.
I might have a blast of Future Crayon on my way home.
They only really have one song, but it's a beast.
Yet again. I am a wee bit in love with this album still, nine years on.
Then I will be listening to the excellent Ghost Glacier by Breathe Owl Breathe, who are nothing like Tool at all.
then i'll probably be listening to Have One On Me while i make tea
Footnotes is my joint.
OOMF. Summer tune.
Trying to find the song with the really throbbing bass that I had to turn down last night.
Wasn't very impressed when I saw him live two years ago but the tape on Sloow and Great Explorers album are great.
I knew i'd get to it eventually! Only recommended it about two years ago.
I used to like to bash 'em for boring...but it sounds bloody good.
Oh, now I'm on Mahogany's Neo-Plastic Boogie-Woogie and next I've got Charlotte Gainsbourg....God, I have a great iTunes!!
A classic in my book.
I DRESSED IN BLACK LIKE JOHNNY CASH AND GREW THIS BEARD OF SHAAAAAAMMMEEEE
decent new album, doesn't really flow very well though. slightly uneven mix of pop-punk, atmospheric ones, powerballads and a comedy rap cover
Mayan Temple by Sun Ra ... wait, just changed to I Heard Her Call My Name by The Velvets
Had the urge to listen to a bit of my bloody valentine before I go to work. On headphones though because I always have to crank the volume right up for 'All I Need'. Don't wish to scare the neighbours.