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    Been listening to lots of The Bonzos:

    http://m.youtube.com/#/watch?v=cS4vU...%3DcS4vUaNQKHk

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    I like the sound of these guys too...

    I hear they're playing at The Good Ship (Kilburn) this Friday.

    If I can stop playing Xcom, I'm there.

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    Thanks to discussing with my friend today, I've been listening to Mouse on the Keys and Portico Quartet.


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    http://soundcloud.com/dummymag/anneka-jaws-of-day
    Production reminds me of Polyphonic:

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    Mouse on the Keys! Good man. Unrelated but for the drumwork:

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    Got to see Grizzly Bear last night. I expected them to be good but I was completely blown away by just how amazing they were.

    Grizzly Bear - Speak In Rounds
    Open-faced sandwiches are upon you whether you would risk it or not.

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    I like how everyone's listening to fairly random things, it's more diverse and good to see. I'll listen to anything that has a good beat and grabs my attention.

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    This is fantastic.

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    OK lets get down to it. Horror film soundtracks...

    Halloween III. John Carpenter and Alan Howarth. Pounding dread.


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    And this from Andrzej Korzynski for the film Possession. The film itself is great, got everything you could want from a horror film. Worth a look for something different to watch.

    Not much of the soundtrack on youtube, unfortunately.


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    Betrayal at Bespin. "Film music" is one of the tags they use on their Bandcamp site, as well as post-rock and post-metal. It fits them just nice.
    http://betrayalatbespin.bandcamp.com/


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    GOAT GOAT GOAT

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

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    The fact that there's not an Alamo Drafthouse near me is a source of constant pain:

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    Goblin!


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    Been listening to the old Calyx and Teebee album after pre-ordering the new one for monday, such greatness. But, I have also splurged on the singles to get the bonus tunes. Like the one I will paste in here. Must be heard loud:


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    Also, Audio has released an album that is fantastic and Bcee's remix album is also on my headphones a lot:


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    Andy Stott's latest is mindblowing.

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    I found this while browsing youtube randomly. I quite like it. It's a bit repetitive in some places, but I guess that's artistic.
    Yeah well, the furnace is nice and warm and I'm bored.

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