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Old 05-28-2013, 08:26 PM   #9551 (permalink)
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Tigerstyle—Mystics, Martyrs & Maharajas
Bhangra album that mixes in a wide array UK dance music styles. My one slight gripe is the occasional schmaltzy R&B vocals, but aside from that this is a flawless and fun party album that demands to be listened to loud.




Alva Noto—Univers
I think I may have already posted this album in this thread, but I'm listening to it on headphones for the first time and just wanted to say that this is the definition of a headphones album. Great stuff.
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Old 05-29-2013, 06:52 PM   #9552 (permalink)
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I avoided this record for years because I bought it when I was 15 and I don't trust the music taste of 15 year old me, but I remembered Coral Fang being a hell of a song and for ****s I put it on today only to discover that this is a great ****ing record.
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Old 05-29-2013, 06:53 PM   #9553 (permalink)
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I avoided this record for years because I bought it when I was 15 and I don't trust the music taste of 15 year old me, but I remembered Coral Fang being a hell of a song and for ****s I put it on today only to discover that this is a great ****ing record.
I could never get into that one, though I love the hell out of their first two albums.
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Old 05-29-2013, 07:08 PM   #9554 (permalink)
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last time I listened to this was years ago, and I remember not really being into it at all. I put it in today and I'm surprised at how much I'm enjoying it. I'm loving alot of the instrumentation and the guitar tones with the singer's voice just washes over you.

I guess some things do get better when you give it time.
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Mikrolektyw—Revisit (2010)
More amazing, envelope-pushing Polish jazz. Drums and trumpet plus juicy electronics equals one hell of a lovely album. Here's a little sample:

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Savages - Silence Yourself (2013)
This has quickly become one of my favourite albums of the year so far. Dark, moody post-punk that ticks all the right boxes for me. Like an updated version of Siousxie and the Banshees. Fun fact: a guy I know actually roadied for these gals last year.
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Hey All,

Did you know that Michelle Chamuel is a stellar indie artist who already has a compilation of original, mega-cool indie works out on albums and youtube?

Michelle is about the most genuine, humble human being I've seen in the music scene in my entire existence!

She's competing on The Voice, and she's super close to coming in first, but the country music fan base is pretty vast, so Michelle needs people who love her music to support her!

PLEASE go to youtube and search Michelle Chamuel The Reverb Junkie, Michelle Chamuel Grenade, Michelle Chamuel True Colors; those are just some possibilities; she's worth her weight in gold; a true artist/composer/musician!

Monday evenings The Voice airs from 8pm to 10pm Eastern Standard Time, and voting and buying of her itunes (which count a lot towards the final tally) begin at 10pm directly after the show!

PLEASE VOTE AND BUY ITUNES FOR MICHELLE MONDAY NIGHT AFTER THE SHOW!

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"Buy itunes"? Are we supposed to shell out money to but the entirety of the store? Seems like a waste of money for one artist.
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Currently really digging People Who Can Eat People Are The Luckiest People In The World by Andrew Jackson Jihad

And Europe by Ghost Mice who are a folk-punk duo who wrote an album about how they traveled Europe with almost no money, hitch-hiking and catching trains everywhere.
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Savages - Silence Yourself (2013)
This has quickly become one of my favourite albums of the year so far. Dark, moody post-punk that ticks all the right boxes for me. Like an updated version of Siousxie and the Banshees. Fun fact: a guy I know actually roadied for these gals last year.
Really love this album as well. "Dark, moody post-punk that ticks all the right boxes for me." says it perfectly for me as well.



Hollis Brown - Ride On the Train

Became interested in this because it's on the usually reliable Alive label. Roots rock with a country & blues vibe now & then. Great songwriting if you love the roots rock genre: lean & tight, not a second wasted. Favorite tracks include "Nothing & The Famous One", "Gypsy Black Cat" & "Nightfall". Reminds me of the Iguanas or the Stones more country-tinged material.



Barn Owl - V

Less doom drone than their previous releases. Here they add synths & drum machines, expanding their sound for the better. Songs are more fleshed out but the dark, night-time mood is still present. 6 tracks here, hard to pick a favorite but I'm enjoying "Against the Night" most as well as the 17 minute "The Opulent Decline" which incorporates the best of their old sound and this new direction (which I hope they keep expanding on).
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