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    @ Voon

    I like, getting a definite DJ Shadow-esqe vibe from it (piano sounds quite similar, though not the same, to one of the tracks on Entroducing). And having mentioned Entroducing I have, of course, to post this:


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    Perfume Genius' new album is pretty much the best thing released so far this year, I think. I've listened to it more than anything else released this year:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Juan Carlo View Post
    Perfume Genius' new album is pretty much the best thing released so far this year, I think. I've listened to it more than anything else released this year:
    Every year there is an album I love that I unfairly ignored for some utterly aribtrary reason. This could quite well be this years example, so thanks for posting it!

    In my defence, it does have a really fucking stupid title, which would probably have made me ignore it again if you hadn't said "new album!"

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    @ Voon

    I like, getting a definite DJ Shadow-esqe vibe from it (piano sounds quite similar, though not the same, to one of the tracks on Entroducing). And having mentioned Entroducing I have, of course, to post this:

    Bejeesus, you've reminded me what a genius DJ Shadow could be and made me reminisce over summer evenings spent entirely to listening through Entroducing.

    What went wrong? How could that have ever represented a dead end in music? We didn't do our duty. It should have been us carrying the flame...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lambchops View Post
    Every year there is an album I love that I unfairly ignored for some utterly aribtrary reason. This could quite well be this years example, so thanks for posting it!

    In my defence, it does have a really fucking stupid title, which would probably have made me ignore it again if you hadn't said "new album!"
    Oh, I agree. "Perfume Genius" is a really, really stupid name for a band. It's basically one guy too, not a band, so...yeah.

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    It's not so much the band name (though it ain't great either) it's the album title of "Put Ur Back N 2 It" which just invokes memories of the absolutely dire Ice Cube song.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pAkLgdbaytg

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    Well GOODNESS ME.

    A shit load of LTJ Bukem mixes, all for free.

    My bank balance just gave a cry of joy.

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    Well, this is an odd one

    A beautiful soundtrack and a documentary, all in one!
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    Art blog here.

    Doodles poodles sheboodles

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    If you didn't know, Transit Kings is a project Alex Paterson is involved with. He's best known for his work as the wonderful, wonderful The Orb:

    Open-faced sandwiches are upon you whether you would risk it or not.

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    While there's a lot of weird/wonderful album art off the Malicious Damage label, there's some equally weird/wonderful music off them as well. I can't quite get this out of my head, really


    Quote Originally Posted by Dubbill View Post
    If you didn't know, Transit Kings is a project Alex Paterson is involved with. He's best known for his work as the wonderful, wonderful The Orb
    Oh, I know about The Orb! Well, just a bit because I found out about them last week but I didn't know he's involved with Transit Kings! I heard some of his music and found one track(it was about clouds or something) to be quite brilliant. And it's about 20 years old, I think; which is ahead of it's time when it was released
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    had the pleasure of seeing this guy yesterday. The video probably doesn't do the live experience justice. It was mindblowing.

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    UNDERSTAND THE CONCEPT OF LOVE


    Man, Jet Set Radio Future was awesome.

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    So, another brilliant album (imo) I found here. Tundra and Sunflakes. Loads of good tracks, some catchy, some just brilliant. And out of all the tracks there, here's my favourite
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    Awesome Voon, I'll have to listen to some more.

    For my part, I've decided to try and force summer to appear by breaking out the Orange Juice.


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    Tom Waits, just because



    And this is just beautiful.

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    Probably the only time you'll see Terence Stamp say 'jibba jabba'.



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    http://www.guardian.co.uk/music/musi...clusive-stream

    Currently mid first listen so not much of an opinion yet but it's a Regina album so it's going to be good isn't it?!

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    If there's one thing I like about Middle-eastern music, it's Taqasim. And everything's better with violins

    Elegant, exotic, beautiful
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    Doodles poodles sheboodles

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    Some good Swedish doom/heavy metal \m/
    Looking forward to their new album later this year.

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