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    I feel compelled to listen to all Smooth McGroove's stuff now; damn.

    Recalls Jason Yang's violin covers.
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    Frobnitz Ichor Liquor purveyors don't need compasses to tell which way the moon sounds.

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

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    I find looking back in time is great ABBA and The BeeGees for example

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    Have had Clutch albums on in the background for about the last two weeks while playing some games.

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    Catchiest synthpop song I've heard this week.

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    You are an enemy of gaming.

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    Sounding great on first listen but still need more time to fully digest:

    http://www.theguardian.com/music/mus...eam?CMP=twt_gu

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    NIN's new album, Hesitation Marks, is out today. Reznor's best since the late '90s IMO.
    My favourite song:

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    Listening to a bunch of video game ost on youtube at the moment.

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

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    Best bass sound ever?
    to wound the autumnal city.

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    Nightcore on an internet radio - it's so addictive to listen to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SirKicksalot View Post
    NIN's new album, Hesitation Marks, is out today. Reznor's best since the late '90s IMO.
    Every song on that album sounds pretty much identi-kit to my now aggrotech-ruined ears. Even the remixes with the deluxe version sound monotonous and devoid of spark. If I wasn't so OCD about tagging music as correctly as possible, after track 7 - "Disappointed", I'd give serious thought to renaming track 8 "You're Fucking Telling Me, Son."

    There again, my favourite NIN stuff up to this point was on the Still version of "And All That Could Have Been", and some of the remixes on "Fixed" so maybe I feel more charitable towards Reznor when he's doing stuff that's clearly out of his comfort zone.

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    http://www.factmag.com/2013/08/28/au...s-groove-back/

    Just a tip for anyone interested in this stuff, that is a good article on why it's worth paying attention to drum and bass again. Obviously it's always been bubbling away while dubstep took the limelight, but now you can see more and more producers using the rise of juke and that bpm as a reason to look back to jungle/dnb for inspiration. Some good music being made in and around the scene. As someone who got into this side of music through dnb it's great to see it somewhat on the rise again. As much as I love dubstep I miss that tempo and energy.


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

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    I'm a proud Katy Kat.


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    The album Totems Flare by Chris Clark has become very firmly rooted in my playlist. It's so weird and great. Sadly, Youtube audio quality is just not quite up to spec here, and really interesting stuff like this all seems to sound a bit crappy, but oh well.

    Clark: Rainbow Voodoo

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    So, the new Arcade Fire? I like it.

    The Suburbs left me completely cold, and I was afraid they'd started to disappear up their own arse, so I'm pleased to see them get their dancing shoes on. The James Murphy influence is pretty much front and centre. Maybe a bit too much of him, to be honest. But then I saw a comment on the Guardian point out they could be morphing into the Talking Heads. I certainly think they have the talent to try anything. I hope this isn't a one time thing.

    (of course, the full album might be complete bobbins)

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    Yeah I'm rather liking Reflektor too. Like you I never got into The Suburbs (some good songs but it just didn't quite grab me) after loving Funeral and to a lesser extent Neon Bible (despite a duff couple of songs I think it gets unfairly slated by a lot of people it's a good album and sounds fantastic live) but this is promising.

    Have to wait and see what the album sounds like, double albums are tricky beasts to get right and I really hope they do.

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    Oh I didn't realise it was a double album. That could go very wrong is it's just two sides of LCD-Soundsystem-lite. Now I'm intrigued!

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

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