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    Currently fawning over Zircon - because awesome.

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    bat out of hell

    its almost at the cool bit where his on about not seeing the bend until it was too late

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    I'm in a Peter Gabriel mood these days...So anything with Peter in it!

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    Mogwai - Happy Songs for Happy People is the album presently occupying my ear space.
    Why yes you're right I'm deliciously evil

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    Master of the UNIVERSE - Hawkwind
    If you like prog rock, then you're with me. If you dont, you are against.

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    My trusty and crusty Arsedestroyer, Gore Beyond Necropsy, Lärm and Meat Shits noisetape. It's sick!

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    One Slip (OMNI, 1987), Pink Floyd
    If you like prog rock, then you're with me. If you dont, you are against.

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    The Beta Band - The Three EP's.

    I need something rythmic and chilled to help get me through the day. Scotch would also do but at least this won't get me fired.

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    Majestic Grill - The Best of The Men They Couldn't Hang. 80's aggro folk ftw.

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    Roky Erickson - Bermuda

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    The new Bon Iver album. So wonderful.

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    Really enjoying the latest from Fleet Foxes and Cut Copy. Peter, Bjorn and John growing on me. Never expected Cut Copy to sound so much like the Talking Heads in 1984, but they do that a little deeper into the album. The first track took me a while to soften to, but the music video helped.

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    Listener.

    It took quite a while but i'm beginning to love them.


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    Emmy the Great new album stream: http://www.guardian.co.uk/music/musi...e-album-stream

    Haven't even finished the second track but I'm enjoying it so far.

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    Yeah, the new Emmy the Great album is really lovely and will be vying with the Marissa Nadler album for the attnetions of the part of me that likes beautiful women who sing beautiful folk music (coincidentally both albums were also crowd funded, which I thought was an interesting way to do things).

    At the moment though I'm listening to SMOD's self titled album. It's a truly horrible band name but if the sound of Malian acoustic guitar based hip hop sounds intruiging to you then I thoroughly reccommend checking it out. It certainly sounds like a great, summery, feel good album but my French isn't good enough to know if the lyrics reflect this!

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    The first song of Momus' I ever heard, and it still gives me chills.

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    Dubstep. Lots and lots of Dubstep.

    Such as:
    Emalkay - Fabrication
    Requake - Waterdrops
    Mat Lynch - Treeboy
    Sluggo and Helicopter Showdown - Hostage

    But I more or less like anything excluding pop and country (though I can appreciate both).

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    Quote Originally Posted by EndelNurk View Post
    Emmy the Great new album stream: http://www.guardian.co.uk/music/musi...e-album-stream

    Haven't even finished the second track but I'm enjoying it so far.
    Thanks for this! Back when I was an undergraduate and in my anti-folk-or-gtfo phase I'd go see her as often as possible. Nice to hear some new stuff from her.

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    That is all.

    Quote Originally Posted by pl4t0 View Post
    But I more or less like anything excluding pop and country (though I can appreciate both).
    Hmm, I have some great Country here if you want want some recommendations...

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