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A few albums recently listened.

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Mmoths - Luneworks - Spotify

Thought Forms, Esben and the Witch - Split LP - Spotify
Heilung - Lifa - Spotify
Weval - Half Age EP - Spotify
DFRNT - Fading - Spotify
Cepia - Natura Morta - Spotify
The Internet - Ego Death - Spotify
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Lada Laika - Summit Avenue Tracks

 

reminds me of buying something at random by bochum welt or frog pocket from the electronica section in ur local indie record store circa 2004. Nostalgia done right (screwface at brainwaltzera)

 

Lil Wayne - Tha Carter III

 

:^)

Need to pick up that Lada album

 

And that's my boy with that Tunechi :)

 

I'm listening to Castor's first album today and it's hella IDM for a 90's math-y rock record with no electronics to be found anywhere.

Edited by auxien

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Meat Beat Manifesto - Impossible Star. I really rate it.

 

Baptists - Beacon of Faith. Its pretty good.

 

Dopplereffekt - Cellular Automata - i forgot how good it was.

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MIlan W. - "Envelope" - from Boomkat: "Tenderly sensitive ambient introspection"; a great listen that I have been playing the hell out of.

 

 

Sophia Loizou - "Irregular Territories" - deconstructed jungle; a highly recommended listen. 

 

 

Piper Spray - "Drugstore Phones" - incredible release from Russian label Gost Zvuk that is impossible to pin down in the best possible way

 

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Pavement - Slanted and Enchanted / Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain

 

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So I tried again after a few years and still can’t comprehend why this shit band is so well liked.

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Pavement - Slanted and Enchanted / Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain

 

...

 

So I tried again after a few years and still can’t comprehend why this shit band is so well liked.

 

I like many Pavement tunes but they are indeed overrated as hell.

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808 State's Ex El. It's a go to of mine and have been playing it on my way to and from work for the last few days. Such an awesome journey as is every 808 State release. Really love the chilly exotic world vibes and light plastic quirkiness of it. And the features of Bjork and Bernard Sumner are sublime. A+

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Listened to ex WATMM user Ragnar's album, it's pretty nice. For some drunk reason I didn't use his album art when uploading it to YouTube, might change that. Pretty cool music

 

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Pavement - Slanted and Enchanted / Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain

 

...

 

So I tried again after a few years and still can’t comprehend why this shit band is so well liked.

 

Slanted and Enchanted is a stone cold classic. Shrooms might help. It's a very very psyche informed album. If you listen when ur tripping you're aware of just how much sideways slippage there is, in both the music and the vox

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Steal This Album! by SOAD

 

Hahah so fucking great, so miss this band. Pretty sure the drummer told a story when Chris Cornell committed suicide that he felt a deep regret SOAD had wasted so many years in the wilderness doing fuck all (though I know there were a few solo albums released). Wasted talent. The last few albums were iffy, no doubt. These four individuals need to get back in the studio.

 

Maybe they lost it? Gay ego nonsense? Shame. Nobody like them.

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I picked this album up on a whim today after reading the description sticker and having the album art catch my eye... Pleasantly surprised, it's pretty damn good darker synth-pop/coldwave.

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RTJ3

JJ Doom - Keys To The Kuffs

Company Flow - Little Johnny From The Hospital

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Did you enjoy listening to any of them?

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How can one enjoy music when there's poverty in the world

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Give it a rest twat bags. Go wank over your favourite corporations.

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Did you enjoy listening to any of them?

Very much so. Hippity-hoppity not your thing?

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I've been known to hip hop.

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I listened to Primary Node - Aeolipile and I quite liked it

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Jim O'Rourke's Eureka & Insignificance.

 

Excellent combo to walk to work to in the morning.

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i'm listening to his new ambient record. it's alright, nothing spectacular.

 

also been listening to the first manic street preachers record. i don't get why this band was so hyped in the 90s. other than motorcycle emptiness, which is a great song, they just sound like a very generic rock band from the late eighties with leftist lyrics. maybe it gets better. 

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The Holy Bible is decent

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I listened to the new Blawan "Wet Will Always Dry" and enjoyed it.

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Going on a Malkmus/Pavement kick after the show yesterday. Between this, My Bloody Valentine last month, and the Sonic Youth thread, I might as well be in high school again. 

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