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    Okay, this isnt 90's nostalgia, but it is from the mid nineties. Love the vibe this song gives off.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TK1bi4emEkk

    EDIT: Embbeding never works for me...
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    Battlestar Galactica soundtrack by Bear McCreary.



    The oft-used pounding drums are an amazing motivator when I'm hard at work.
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    Surprised these guys haven't been mentioned yet. I slept on another fantastic album, as usual. Definite Talk Talk vibe coming from the whole album, which is fine by me!


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    I like These New Puritans. Fragment 2 from "Field of Reeds" is probably my favorite new song so far this year:



    Honestly, though, the rest of the album hasn't really grabbed me yet. Nothing's as good or immediately attention grabbing as its main single.
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    The lead vocalist sounds a lot better in the studio recording, but this live version comes together pretty magically around 1:35.

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    "...manchmal auch The Cure oder New Order; aber größtenteils die Smiths."

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    Some good stuff in'ere.

    Every so often I return to this with glee, because why wouldn't I?



    His drumming pleases me.
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    "Oh, evolution. It wasn't meant for everyone."

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    I can't find a YT version so you'll have to venture all the way over to Soundcloud if you want to hear this.

    Emiliana Torrini - Speed of Dark (Andrew Weatherall Remix)

    https://soundcloud.com/xlr8r/emilian...-speed-of-dark
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    Last edited by InnerPartisan; 17-08-2013 at 03:21 AM.
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    "Oh, evolution. It wasn't meant for everyone."

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    Battlestar Galactica is great, especially since they limit the sound of space (since space can not convey sound afterall). The music takes hold between dialogue.

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    Biking to work music

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    "Oh, evolution. It wasn't meant for everyone."

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    I love this. Hip Hop re-workings of Pet Sounds. Or more specifically:

    London producer Bullion has taken his sample inspiration from two very different sources for this free remix album Pet Sounds: In the Key of Dee. Using samples from the great Pet Sounds and J Dilla's repetoire, Bullion has created something wholly unique and refreshing. It's not a mashup album as he at pains to point out, but it does mix samples from these two artists to great effect. The ultimate kudos must go to Bullion however, who spliced and diced these samples with his own superb prod.

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    @ Dubbill

    Loving that Pet Sounds re-work good stuff.

    I've also been listening to the new Franz Ferdinand album. Like Bloc Party last year they've used their fourth album to get back to what was so vital about their debut album at the time. Great not only for the nostalgia of late high school/early uni but also fantastic tunes. Worth listening to for anyone who enjoyed the debut:

    http://www.npr.org/2013/08/19/210175...s-right-action

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    Quote Originally Posted by Juan Carlo View Post
    Honestly, though, the rest of the album hasn't really grabbed me yet. Nothing's as good or immediately attention grabbing as its main single.
    I'm actually sort of completely, totally obsessed with Field of Reeds now. It's seeped into my pores. You're right that there isn't much in there that jumps out, aside from that single. But after about the third listen it started to open up. Now I'm just listening through from start to finish endlessly, because there are so many gorgeous moments and ideas that sound fresh every time I hear them.

    I'm going to have to force myself to put it to one side and listen to something new. But I'm not sure if I should just yet...

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    Sums up the new album for me. It feels less intimate compared to Ekstasis and Tragedy but I guess it's due to the way the album is recorded. Be interesting to see what direction Laurel Halo will take for her new album this end of October.

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    Deep Purple from Wacken 2013 : D

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    Quote Originally Posted by The JG Man View Post
    You should try Metric, by the way, if you haven't already. They are also Canadian.
    I think I heard some of their songs back in 2004 when I got an access to my old LAN music recources, discovered tons of music nad most of what I listen to now, somehow Metric didn't stick with me even though I more or less liked it. Will try again, thanks.


    Now FLA again. Was pleasently surprised to see them perform that one live. Though it probably kicked the Vigilante out of the set-list.

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