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tis a day for listenin'
Half of God Fodder by Ned's Atomic Dustbin and Toddla T's new album. Cheers.
Jay-Z & Kanye - Watch The Throne
The Field - Looping State of Mind
No Age - Weirdo Rippers
Ghostface Killah - Supreme Clientele
Lil Silva DJ Mag Podcast
Paul Simon - Graceland
Max Tundra - Mastered by Guy at the Exchange
Nicolas Jaar - Space Is Only Noise
Brand New - The Devil And God Are Raging Inside Me
and a bit of D Double E
first time I had heard Supreme Clientele and Mastered by Guy at the Exchange, both are great fun
today too. Cool story.
Ween - The Mollusk
Andy Stott - Passed Me By
Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers - Mosaic
Thelonius Monk - Monk's Dream
Labradford - Mi Media Naranja
Caboladies - Earth Canal
The Caretaker - An Empty Bliss Beyond This World
on the CD
Peaking Lights - 936
Both records, and pretty god damn rewarding it was too!
Pictureplane: Thee Physical
Iceage: White Rune
and then various stuff on shuffle in the car.
I Break Horses
Red House Painters
Then this afternoon I got up and pottered around a bit and listened to Monday's Just A Minute and a bit of the cricket and then 3+3 by the Isley Brothers. Which then, if we're being completist, ran on into Isnebo & Faadah Kawtal and Isobel Campbell & Mark Lanegan (itunes, y'see). I've also watched several episodes of the Simpsons and listened to my own shivering-like-a-baby.
Thanks for asking.
Arctic Monkeys – Suck It and See - it's alright
The Dodos - No Colour - Like this.
V/A - Johnny Boy Would Love this…a Tribute to John Martyn - Patchy
Gonjasufi - A Sufi And A Killer - Not in the mood for this today.
Black Tide - Post Mortem - Its bad in a good way
Admiral Fallow - Boots Met My Face - Saw these guys at Greenman
and a bit of Born Ruffians - Say It and Shabazz Palaces - Of Light
Stephen Malkmus - Mirror Traffic
Some of Antlers - Burst Apart
Currently Motherfucker = Redeemer Pts 1 & 2
Next up is another Trail Of Dead album, heard Source Tags & Codes for the first time last night and loved it. So going to listen to Madonna tonight.
if so I'm pretty jeal.
Never really heard any Trail Of Dead stuff before and saw most of it on Spotify and decided to give it a go. Thought both the albums ST&C and Madonna were brilliant, so so good.
definitely give the self-titled a listen too, after that the others are worth listening to but won't be as exciting
Pavement, Prurient, Sun Araw, Barn Owl, HTRK, Atlas Sound
War on Drugs
and now Clarity by JEW because I saw them tonight on a whim.
first couple of songs fromt he new Malkmus
got bored and switched to Radio City (my go-to album when i can't decided what to listen to)
Listened to Tom Petty on our 2 hour commute back and forth. Just me and this 50 year old guy I dont know very well. But we both like Petty, so we rolled with it.
We Must Become The Pitiless Censors Of Ourselves makes for really really good driving at night music, buzzy stuff.
archived show from 8/18/11. later it'll be the fool's paradise show on wfmu, the archive from 8/20/11. greatest radio station in the world.
And a track off Filter - The Trouble With Angels
I like it, but don't think I'm supposed to.
I'm at work so it's all been fairly nice mellow stuff...
War on Drugs - Slave Ambient
Fuck Buttons - Tarot Sport
Then a brief diversion onto YouTube following a link to this, which is fucking amazing:
And now I'm listening to The Field - From Here We Go Sublime
in it's entirety on the way to work, the apocalyptic soundtrack suited my mood (and the weather) walking over London Bridge perfectly.
on my bus and walk into work. Thanks
Acqua Fragile (Italian Prog)
Mission Of Burma
Pretty random but that's the joy of shuffle.
and some on hold music, just used my download codes for West and Mirror Traffic so will be giving those a spin later.
All tucked up in bed listening to to the first Stephen Malkmus record, Bill Wells and Aiden Moffat, Siamese Dream and the Sophtware Slump (which is an amazing record I'm enjoying for the first time ever this week)
David Thomas Broughton up next I think.
in the car on the way to work.
Was gutted that I arrived before Falco vs the Young Canoeist came on. Looking forward to that starting my weekend journey home.
Paul White - Rapping With Paul White
Why - Eskimo Snow
Tennis - Cape Dory
Billy Cobham - Spectrum
Dizzy Gillespie - Cubana Be, Bubana Bop
Machito & His Afro Cubans - Tremendo Cumban
Nation of Ulysses - Plays Pretty For Baby
It's highly possible that I have scizophrenia
don cherry - symphony for improvisers
amp - all of yesterday tomorrow
complete communion....quite structured
symphony for improvisers....really like this one
where is brooklyn w/ pharoah sanders...my fave, really crazy squawking and mental drumming
pretty much everything between 1965 & 1975 is amazing imo.
eternal rhytmn is probably my favourite. pretty free & sonny sharrock, karl berger & ofc cherry play wonderfully/
human music is a absurdly ahead-of-it's-time collab w/ synth-dude Jon Appleton
actions w/ penderecki & and a who's who of cool free jazz guys is pretty mind-blowing.
relativity suite is great for just being a fuck-load of people making a great powerful sound while retained a lot of control brown rice or s/t is a bit more restrained but just a really beautiful, fun expansive fusion record...
just get them all really is my recommendation.
pretty fierce taste in jumpers too
amp are really good too tho btw. don't have that one but perception is one of my favourite records
and St Vincent
Alpinist - Lichtlærm / Minus.Mensch
Disappointed I've only managed the one album whilst at work today (although that Alpinist CD is technically 2 albums).
Philip Jeck - An Ark For The Listener
The Black Dog - Radio Scarecrow
Josh Rouse - Nashville
Burial & Four Tet - Wolf Cub & Moth
Antlers later on. And Admiral Fallow at some point too. Listening to The Tumbled Sea right now, and probably some Boards of Canada on the way home later. Really fancy listening to Old Tunes 1 and 2.
Burrito Brothers, and Townes van Zandt.
And I think I'll close out the report writing with The Social Network.
Think I'll finish report writing to The Social Network.
Ho hum. Sorry.
aquatic by the necks
various scott walker
student loan company hold music
tell me about. my first year they gave me x amount of money then sent me a letter at the end of the year saying they'd added it up wrong and i had to pay half of it back
indeed. what doofusses.
and this year they sent me a letter saying i had x amount of money then sent me a letter a week or so later saying i had like a third that amount of money then i rang them up and said 'whaaaa?!', and the man on the phone 'oh i dont know why that is, i'll get the people to send you a letter clarifying in the next three days'. i ring them up today, a month later, and say 'ummm. where's the letter?' and they haven't started doing it yet and it's going to be another 13 days by which time i am going to be in abroad for the year
the WALLS lp, some James Ferraro, the Gazelle Twin lp and some random bits I was emailed.
which james ferraro?! he's the best
something new, isn't out for aaaaaaages but it is very very good.
yeah it is. very good it is too. think it's out in a few weeks?
ACDC - Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap
Brainbombs - Singles Collection Vol 2
Guardian football podcast
people talking shite
Malkmus sounds promising but I need to focus on the festival playlist really.
Most recent first
Blue Sky Black Death - We Are All Well Known
The Streets - Weak Become Heroes
Lambchop - Being Tyler
Reuben - Ways of Staying Pure
Holly Beth Vincent - Revenge
The Roots - Clock With No Hands
Field Music - Closer At Hand
The Spinto Band - Summer Grof
Slowdive - Alison
St.Vincent - The Neighbours
Tokyo Polic Club - Cut Cut Paste
Scot Niblett - Drink To Me
The Long Blondes - Seperated By Motorways
The Sounds - Tha'rthei xana kalokairi
Immortal Technique - Freedom Of Speech
Lambchop - The Scary Caroler
Paul Simon - Duncan
Explosions In The Sky - Welcome, Ghosts
Can - Safe
PJ Harvey - Civil War Correspondent
Sebadoh - Emma Get Wild
Bombay Bicycle Club - Your Eyes
Cold Cave - Underworld USA
Minutemen - Dreams Are Free, Motherfucker!
Pixies - I'm Amazed
Super Furry Animals - Mt.
The Locust - Book Of Bot
Talib Kwelis - Guerilla Monsoon Rap
Marnie Stern - Chico de Mayo
The Horrors - You Said
Talking Heads - I'm Not In Love
Destroyer - Knowing When To LEave
The Residents - Pictures From A Little Girl
Casiotone For The Painfully Alone - Bobby Malone Moves
Diane Cluck - Untitled
The Fiery Furnaces - The Wayward Granddaughter
Ida - Fallen Arrow
John Frusciante - Inside A Break
Why? - Cold Lunch
and still going, in a real music mood today :O
so I've been confined to my bed playing Star Wars: KOTOR and listening to:
Emeralds - Does it Look Like I'm Here/Self-titled/Grass Ceiling/Allegory of Allergies
Sun Araw - Off Duty & Boat Trip
Barn Owl - The Conjurer
The Beatles - Magical Mystery Tour
The Go! Team - Rolling Blackouts
and a Oneman carnival podcast also
38 minute session by Christian Fennesz & Max Nagl for Touch Radio. It's worth checking out if you are into ambient/free-jazz/improv.
Got it queued up for later.
So far today:
Barn Owl - The Conjurer
Jon Porras - Undercurrent
Balam Acab - Wander/Wonder
and whatever nonsense filters across from the main stage at Reading. Currently spinning Black Summit by Garden Sound in a bid to drown out 30 Seconds To Mars...forgotten what a righteous fucking record BS is.
Say, are you the guy that does the Articulate Silences, Ambient Sounds on DiS? If so, thank you for all of the great music you have written about in that feature! Because of you, I have been heavily into ambient/drone for the last few months.
No problem at all, so glad you've discovered some new stuff from it! There's so much incredible ambient-related stuff around at the moment it's difficult to know where to start.
My current obsession is the new Lawrence English: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mflWfJp6TxY
that Lawrence English piece you've linked is really beautiful! From which album is it, and where do I start with his music?
which is available for preorder off Experimedia. Otherwise, should be available from UK distros in October (I think). The whole album is absolutely sublime.
Other than that, check out Kiri No Oto.
Digitalis issued it on vinyl this year and you can pick it up half price at Boomkat at the moment:
thanks. hadnt seen this
so I've been listening to them and the Old Crow Medicine Show. Also These New Puritans, which I am very late to but loving, and Laura Marling and Anna Calvi.
Also, on a slightly different note, I have inherited a lot of vinyl plus a record player from my late dad so I've been hitting the Ink Spots, Miriam Makeba and Half Man Half Biscuit (OK that one was mine - haven't heard it in years)
The Beach Boys - Cabinessence
McLusky - Lightsabre Cocksucking Blues
The Replacements - Alex Chilton
Roy Montrell - Every time I hear that mellow saxophone
Roll Deep - When I'm Ere
Patience and Prudence - Tonight You Belong To Me
Broken Family Band - John Belushi
The Honeys - The one you can't have
aquatic by the necks again 'cause it was really good
exitentialism by the beatniks, which is a brilliant little record.
then some robyn - body talk, then some kate bush - the kick inside due to the thread on here.
then back to the beatniks again.
ok i'm listening to beyonce's 4 now but i really should go to bed. i get the sense everyone else was like meh but i do really like this record
eg. end of time
i miss you (written by frank ocean)
love on top
best thing i never had
Countdown is my fav cut on there. Not a song I skip.
at work. Now home, got it on scramble: Carissa's Wierd, So You Wanna Be a Superhero. What do I win?
Thinking Plague - In Extremis
Virus - The Black Flux
Motoro Faam - ...And Watercycles
Now we have X factor auditions on the telly at work.
LAKE OF TEARS
Lawrence English - Kiri No Oto (thanks to only_shallow for that one!)
Lost In Translation OST
Nick Drake - Five Leaves left
The joy formidable
Los Campesinos - Hold on now youngster
Kanye - late registration
the futureheads - st
The Fall - Perverted By Language
Lawrence English - Kiri No Oto (as recommended above)
Fugazi - The Argument / 13 Songs
Cud - Asquarius
Palace Brothers - There Is No One That Will Take Care Of You
the second cd of Pulp's peel sessions
port isaac's fisherman's friends
was a good listen.
and Caspar Brotzmann Massaker's Der Abend der schwarzen Folklore on the way home. The first track is a malefic blend of simple riffs, that seem like they've never been created before, and punishing demented drums!
larry heard - genesis
pysche/bfc - elements 1989-1990
hosono & yokoo - Cochin Moon
then grouper - aia: alien observer
now i am going to listen to leyland kirby's intrigue & stuff vol. 2
oh wait i'm going to save kirby for later and go for some felix kubin now. here's a good lionel richie cover
Mercury Rev and Big Star
The War on Drugs
Watched the Pulp set from last night, bits of Elbow and Muse and finishing off with.... Ed Sheeran (ffs) and now the Streets
Fleetwood Mac - Rumors
Hype Williams - Untitled
Atlas Sound's 2 new songs
Alice Cohen - Walking Up Walls
Foxes in Fiction - Hospital District/Static Cults single
Deerhunter - live in NYC 23/8/11 (from NYC Taper)
Helios - Ayres
Balam Acab - Wander/Wonder
Mint Julep - Songs about Snow
Beck's Sea Change
Algernon Cadwallader - Parrot Flies
Titus Andronicus - The Monitor
probs gonna listen to madonna in a bit