Getting the train to london at the weekend and want a few new albums for my wine filled journey.
it's called 'Fetch'
its like asking for a suggestion for something to eat as you're hungry. or something
Last time when i asked the same question i downloaded timbre timbre and jon hopkins, loved them both.
Clutch - Earth Rocker
Jetplane Landing - Don't Try
Megachurch - Megachurch 2: Judgment Day
Axis Of - Finding St. Kilda
The Computers - Love Triangles, Hate Squares
Julia Holter - Loud City Song
Neko Case - The Worse Things Get...
Chvrches - The Bones Of What You Believe
2013 has been incredibly female-dominated it seems.
would be a great train listen.
...then how about the following:
Station To Station - David Bowie
Trains Passing By - Ulrich Schnauss
Trans Europe Express - Kraftwerk
^These are all genuinely great travel albums.
But you can buy The Field's newie for about £2 on two popular internet music retailer's websites...
Emo – The World is a Beautiful Place and I’m No Longer Afraid to Die – Whenever, If Ever
Modern Classical – Rauelsson – Vora
Ambient – The Seaman & the Tattered Sail – Light Folds
Drone – Zvuku – Remnant
Electronica – Moderat – II
Electronic – Greg Haines – Where We Were
Indie Rock – Overseas - Overseas
Experimental Rock – Mariam the Believer – Blood Donation
Indietronica – Mark Kozelek & Jimmy Lavalle
Hip Hop – Young Fathers – Tape Two.
Synth – Thomas Cade – Greenwich Mean Time.
Post-Rock – Le Reveil des Tropiques – Le Reveil des Tropiques
Metal(ish) – Ensemble Pearl – Ensemble Pearl
Singer –Songwriter – Bill Callahan – Dream River
listened to it on the way to work today, nice travelling music.
You can download it for free legally too!
Girls against Boys - Ghost List EP
Tim Buckley - Goodbye and Hello and Live in London 1969
Okkervil River - Black Sheep Boy
Brendan Benson - Lapalco (this album is so much fun)
Au Revoir Simone - Still Night, Still Light
been absolutely loving these on my commutes in these past two weeks.
have you got their new album yet?
i only just got around to listening to this one and was suprised as i thought it would just be whimsical guff, they have tunes!
"Southeastern", Jason Isbell's new album, is terrific.
Bo Ningen - Line The Wall
Cyril Snear - Riot Of Colour
Elephant Stone - S/T
Exit Calm - The Future Isn't What It Used To Be
Follakzoid - II
Hookworms - Pearl Mystic
IO Echo - Ministry Of Love
Jesus Deluxe - Jesus Deluxe
Nighmare Air - High In The Lasers
Public Service Broadcasting - Inform/Educate/Entertain
Six By Seven - Love & Peace & Sympathy
Sulk - Graceless
United Ghosts - S/T
Tropic of Cancer - Restless Idylls
Chelsea Wolfe - Pain Is Beauty
Younghusband - Dromes
The Band in Heaven - Caught in a Summer Swell
Mazzy Star - Seasons of your Day
Can't take em all so might actually just do eenie meenie minie mo! :)