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« Reply #4000 on: 21 Dec 2009, 18:21 »

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« Reply #4001 on: 21 Dec 2009, 20:07 »

The LC! Up-loaders are my Favorite people now.
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« Reply #4002 on: 21 Dec 2009, 20:39 »

Thanks a lot gospel! Really cool album.
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« Reply #4003 on: 21 Dec 2009, 23:25 »

Fixed LC

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« Reply #4004 on: 22 Dec 2009, 06:08 »

Damn, mediaf!re doesn't work for me right when things are getting interesting. I hope it will be better tomorrow  :-(
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« Reply #4005 on: 22 Dec 2009, 06:13 »

Mediaf!re has been dying so often lately wtf. Will try the LC! album when I'm sober. but srsly wtf. guiz we should make a petition broz
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« Reply #4006 on: 22 Dec 2009, 07:18 »

The early Christmas presents keep on coming

Owen Pallett - Heartland



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It's the new record from the artist formerly known as Final Fantasy. Enjoy!

The Flaming Lips And Stardeath & White Dwarfs With Henry Rollins And Peaches Doing The Dark Side Of The Moon



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« Reply #4007 on: 22 Dec 2009, 08:00 »



Area - Between Purple and Pink (1989)

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Late '80s independent (in the dictionary sense of the word, not the "genre" sense) band out of Illinois, makes minimalist dream pop with gorgeous, ethereal female vox front and center. Shoegaze in concept, but not execution (electronic rather than guitar backing). Recommended for anyone who likes the xx album, though these peeps have a distinctly less clubby vibe.

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2) listen to first track
3) if you like the first track, continue, as you will likely appreciate the whole LP
4) if you do not like the first track, delete folder and move on with your life
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« Reply #4008 on: 22 Dec 2009, 10:02 »

Man, fuck LC!, Midlake is the shit. I haven't gotten a chance to listen to it, but thanks sooooooo much for the leak!
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« Reply #4009 on: 22 Dec 2009, 10:29 »

The Flaming Lips And Stardeath & White Dwarfs With Henry Rollins And Peaches Doing The Dark Side Of The Moon

OMG so much fail in one place, how can i not download?

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« Reply #4010 on: 22 Dec 2009, 10:58 »

my post got eaten up by the pagebreak D:
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« Reply #4011 on: 22 Dec 2009, 11:48 »

Mr. Tool, I want to be your Ms. Tool just for that Owen Pallett leak. Oh man, it is beautiful.
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« Reply #4012 on: 22 Dec 2009, 15:06 »

ZOMG LC!
Thank Youuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu!
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« Reply #4013 on: 22 Dec 2009, 19:20 »

Hey guys! I'd forgotten how much I enjoyed sharing music here since I last visited. If I have time, I'll share with you some local favourites from this year.

I was just wondering whether mixtape exchanges still happen on this forum? I would like to do one.

Yes I just found this thread, apologies ):
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« Reply #4014 on: 22 Dec 2009, 19:40 »

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« Reply #4015 on: 22 Dec 2009, 22:04 »

Zombiedude:

The link for the Broken West album you posted a page back actually just goes to the Radio 4 album. I was initially disappointed, but it turns out that the Radio 4 album has gripped me by the aural testicles (so to speak) and has not since let go.

So, thanks for fucking that up, I guess?
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« Reply #4016 on: 22 Dec 2009, 22:09 »

Ah, that would explain why it has zero downloads
Here it is though.

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« Reply #4017 on: 22 Dec 2009, 22:33 »

The Flaming Lips And Stardeath & White Dwarfs With Henry Rollins And Peaches Doing The Dark Side Of The Moon

Hang on is this an actual thing
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« Reply #4018 on: 23 Dec 2009, 06:52 »

The Flaming Lips And Stardeath & White Dwarfs With Henry Rollins And Peaches Doing The Dark Side Of The Moon
Hang on is this an actual thing
It is. And it's kinda awesome

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« Reply #4019 on: 23 Dec 2009, 10:34 »

Hello,

I'd like to introduce to you the new Urthboy album, Spitshine, which I absolutely love. Please let me know if you would like to hear more Aussie hiphop!

Urthboy - Spitshine (2009)

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« Reply #4020 on: 23 Dec 2009, 13:13 »

Broken Bells - Broken Bells (2010)



Here is the James Mercer (The Shins) and Brian Burton (Danger Mouse) side project, Broken Bells (s/t)

It is deemed to be released March 2010, but has leaked early.

An amazing album.  From the opening track (which is already released as a single) to the climactic midpoint to the subtle yet stunning finale, each song on this album takes on a life of its own as it effortlessly transitions from section to section.  

In a nutshell:  the best electro-folk album I have ever heard.  Very awesome.  Please enjoy.

Note:  I tried to check if this was posted here previously but couldn't find it.  If it was, please let me live.  Also, I read that the tracklist may have changed, but this is at least a great taste of what will be released.

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« Reply #4021 on: 23 Dec 2009, 14:29 »

Urthboy - Spitshine (2009)

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« Reply #4022 on: 23 Dec 2009, 18:30 »

Broken Bells - Broken Bells (2010)

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« Reply #4023 on: 23 Dec 2009, 23:10 »

Sounds like: If Kate Bush and Aphex Twin had a baby

Planningtorock - Have It All[2006]

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Some musicians are famous for departing their homeland (Scott Walker, for instance), while others don't find themselves until they leave. Janine Rostron, aka Planningtorock, is among the latter. Rostron left England for Berlin and ran into Peaches, Kevin Blechdom, Jamie Lidell, and Chicks On Speed along the way. While Planning... doesn't sound much like her fellow expats, she does share their flair for the theatrical-- she performs live in Elizabethan costumes and masks-- which is fitting considering her video work predated her music.

Part travelogue, part self-help manual, Rostron's debut album details the transformational powers of getting the fuck out of town (in her case Bolton, England), and using the self-imposed alienation to examine personal truths and discover survival skills. "Bolton Wander" is a straightforward narrative of her move and the reasoning behind it. "Local Foreigner" moves on its belly, with eerie percussive vocal stabs and tambourines slithering in and out and Berlin's empty buildings echoing in the song's hollow corners.

If half of Have It All is about leaving home, the other is about never going back. The sprightly "Changes" explains her metamorphosis. Here her lower vocals are backed by a higher, ghostlier version of the same, as if her different stages are duking it out for supremacy. Eventually the more confident Berliner wins out. On album centerpiece "I Wanna Bite Ya" Rostron flips "I hate your guts" on its head : "What happens if/ I start on your little finger/ What happens if/ I'm halfway up your elbow." This is Rostron's central strength: Her ability to collapse the distinction between threat and enticement, and make you forget that there ever was a distinction in the first place. It's violence rendered playful with a flirty xylophone trill, and sex stripped of any innocence by a guttural growl.

Despite her location and label, Rostron doesn't make dance music. Planningtorock also separates herself from her label mates by keeping her vocals pure, expressive, and soulful; she eschews electro's lifeless monotones and IDM's synth manipulations. The title track has the album's only true beat and bass lines. Most of tracks on Have It All stay away from bass-heavy dance beats, but her songs are more flexible without that backbone. Rostron's Janis Joplin-like runs are able to cover the distance between melody and primal scream, leaving her free to exploit her entire expressive range.

Have It All is only one part of a three-part system (along with her costuming/performance and her videos). After all, the album's first track, "The PTR Show" welcomes you to her show, not her album. But Have It All is unique on its own, and sounds like nothing else that's come out this year. The Knife's Silent Shout could be a reference point (and Rostron has remixed a song for them) but their otherworldliness and theatrics alienate the listener. Rostron invites us to become a part of her alienation, and injects the experience with a sense of humor. It repulses as it beckons; the more you ignore her, the closer she gets.
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« Reply #4024 on: 24 Dec 2009, 00:15 »

Julian Koster - The Singing Saw at Christmastime



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Oh hey guys, I'm in the holiday spirit. It's the leader of the band Music Tapes, and stuff.

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« Reply #4025 on: 24 Dec 2009, 00:44 »

I admit I haven't been following this thread. I mean, I've been watching it, but I haven't downloaded much from it.

Gonna share something I've been listening to lately though:



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An excellent studio album from when she was at her prime vocally.

Also was thinking about sharing Jo Stafford's Jo + Jazz (sample songs: "Daydream" "I've Got The World On A String") but it's .wma; if there's any interest, I can upload it it later.
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« Reply #4026 on: 24 Dec 2009, 14:30 »

Has anyone listened to that Broken Bells album? How is it?
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« Reply #4027 on: 24 Dec 2009, 16:30 »

Has anyone listened to that Broken Bells album? How is it?

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The M/F Thread 2009: The Quickening
« Reply #4028 on: 24 Dec 2009, 22:03 »

If you don't know about Causa Sui, well

'bout time you did.

Causa Sui - Summer Sessions 1-3

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This band is essentially the marriage of modern desert rock with 60's-70's psychadelic rock and acid jazz. I'm too lazy to go get a couple of reviews for this, but it's probably one of the best things I've picked up this entire year.

I share it with you guys because, well, Merry Christmas. This thread rules and you guys have brought a lot of really excellent music to my attention. Thanks, all.
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« Reply #4029 on: 24 Dec 2009, 23:06 »

I posted Vol. 1 of that months and months ago, but I didn't have the other two, and I'm really happy more attention in being paid to this band ... they're fucking EXCELLENT.

Basically, FUCK YEAH!  You rule!

PS: I have their self-titled if you want it.  I think I upped it even longer ago than SS V.1 but I can re-up it pretty easy.
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« Reply #4030 on: 25 Dec 2009, 00:52 »

Liars - Sisterworld (Mute, 2010)



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« Reply #4031 on: 25 Dec 2009, 09:28 »

I posted Vol. 1 of that months and months ago, but I didn't have the other two, and I'm really happy more attention in being paid to this band ... they're fucking EXCELLENT.

Basically, FUCK YEAH!  You rule!

PS: I have their self-titled if you want it.  I think I upped it even longer ago than SS V.1 but I can re-up it pretty easy.

I was actually going to up that one and Free Ride next, so don't worry about it, bro.

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« Reply #4032 on: 25 Dec 2009, 11:32 »

Aw, man. I wanted that Liars album, but then I saw that it was not even 40 MB and likely 128 kbps. Ah well.
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« Reply #4033 on: 25 Dec 2009, 16:18 »

I posted Vol. 1 of that months and months ago, but I didn't have the other two, and I'm really happy more attention in being paid to this band ... they're fucking EXCELLENT.

Basically, FUCK YEAH!  You rule!

PS: I have their self-titled if you want it.  I think I upped it even longer ago than SS V.1 but I can re-up it pretty easy.

I was actually going to up that one and Free Ride next, so don't worry about it, bro.

GOTCHA COVERED, MANG.

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Fuckin' SWEET, I don't have Free Ride yet either.

I need to figure out what to put up here in appreciation.  I'm assuming you've got all 9 Colour Haze albums (anyone who got their hands on Causa Sui's discog probably would have by now, I figure), but if not I can put those up.  Any interest in any of the following bands?  Any of them that you're not familiar with will get uploaded as well, in good time.

Under Brooklyn Palms
The Assemble Head In Sunburst Sound
Hypnos 69
The Ganjas (upped it a while ago but the link's dead)
Earthless (ditto)
Leech (ditto)
El Paramo
Jakob
Sula Bassana
500 Ft. Of Pipe
Ten East
Queen Elephantine
Thumlock

Also, I could literally sit at a computer all day every day for the next week and still not succeed in uploading all the AMT I have, so if people are looking, I'll throw it up.

Man I haven't been that active on this thread recently, this is the first thing it's given me in months that I'm REALLY excited to have.  Causa Sui became one of my favorite bands a while ago and all I needed to hear was the first track from Summer Sessions Vol. 1.  I'm really happy to get my hands on the rest of their stuff, and I think it's time for me to start uploading more often.
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« Reply #4034 on: 26 Dec 2009, 04:13 »

Do you really own Thumlock albums?  I thought they were impossible to find, especially now that they've broken up.
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« Reply #4035 on: 26 Dec 2009, 10:56 »

I don't have physical copies of any, but I found a bunch of them on a blog at some point.  I have Lunar Mountain Sunrise, Emerald Liquid Odyssey, and Sojourns Lucid Magic,  plus the Rockin' Course, Dripping Silver Heat, Moondragon, and Modulator EPs/singles.  I think I upped Lunar Mountain Sunrise a while back, here's the link and album art:



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The studio albums and the smaller 3-track EPs and singles overlap each other a lot, so if you only want the former I can do that.
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« Reply #4036 on: 26 Dec 2009, 14:50 »

ooh singles.  I have all the albums on my computer, but not those.

(if there's anything on them that isn't on the albums, anyway)

unfortunately I'm not sure if I have anything rare to upload in return for all the downloading I've been doing from this thread, hmm...

Do you know a band called Electric Magma?
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« Reply #4037 on: 26 Dec 2009, 16:48 »

Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers - The Live Anthology (2009) ~ Mp3 320


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The Live Anthology is a multiple-disc set of recordings drawn from thirty years of live performances. The collection brings together material from 1978-2007 culled from hundreds of hours of live concert recordings covering every era of Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers' tours and represents the best tracks as chosen by producers Tom Petty, Mike Campbell and Ryan Ulyate.

The producers made no fixes or overdubs, letting the newly mixed original recordings showcase the invention, spontaneity, craft, and the musicianship that has made Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers among the most celebrated live performers of their time. Along with powerful interpretations of their own classic hits and originals, The Live Anthology features the band tackling some of their best-loved cover material, from classics to obscure beauties to unexpected adaptations. The theme from Goldfinger, the Zombies' 'I Want You Back Again,' the Grateful Dead's 'Friend of the Devil,' early Fleetwood Mac's 'Oh Well,' Booker T. and the MGs' 'Green Onions,' James Brown's 'Good, Good Lovin' and many more. Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers travel wide, paying their musical debts through song and showing just how confidently the band moves across genres and over time.

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1. Ladies and Gentlemen
2. Nightwatchman
3. Even The Losers
4. Here Comes My Girl
5. A Thing About You
6. I'm In Love
7. I'm A Man
8. Straight Into Darkness
9. Breakdown
10. Something In The Air
11. I Just Want To Make Love To You
12. Drivin' Down To Georgia
13. Lost Without You
14. Refugee

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1. Diddy Wah Diddy
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3. Wildflowers
4. Friend Of The Devil
5. A Woman In Love (It's Not Me)
6. It's Good To Be King
7. Angel Dream (No. 2)
8. Learning To Fly
9. Mary Jane's Last Dance
10. Mystic Eyes

Disc: 3

1. Jammin' Me
2. The Wild One, Forever
3. Green Onions
4. Louisiana Rain
5. Melinda
6. Goldfinger
7. Surrender
8. Dreamville
9. Spike
10. Any Way You Want It
11. American Girl

Disc: 4

1. Runnin' Down A Dream
2. Oh Well
3. Southern Accents
4. Crawling Back To You
5. My Life/Your World
6. I Won't Back Down
7. Square One
8. Have Love Will Travel
9. Free Fallin'
10. The Waiting
11. Good Good Lovin'
12. Century City
13. Alright For Now

Disc: 5 (Best Buy Deluxe Edition)

1. Think About Me
2. Down South
3. I Need To Know
4. Billy The Kid
5. I'd Like To Love You Baby
6. Image of Me
7. Born in Chicago
8. Like a Diamond
9. The Last DJ
10. No Second Thoughts
11. Ballad of Easy Rider
12. Don't Come Around Here No More
13. Too Much Ain't Enough
14. County Farm
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« Reply #4038 on: 26 Dec 2009, 21:20 »

Micachu - Jewellery[2009]
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21-year old Mica Levi is quickly shaping up as one of the year's top tips-for-the-top. Not that she's a reality TV competition winner or well groomed pop princess, instead she creates a fractured, unhinged music that blends several sources to end up sounding not much like anyone else currently out there.

Which is not to say she is doing anything original. No, the sound she creates on guitar and electronics (accompanied by Raisa Khan on keyboards and Marc Pell on drums) is quite conventional indie rock with borrowings from all over – there’s grime and dubstep, Gary Numan and Nine Inch Nails, Tricky and X Ray Spex – but the way she meshes them together, playing fast and jittery, layering sounds, leaving lots of hiss and clutter in, makes her stand out from today’s Brit rock pack.

How brightly she will stand out is debatable: she is no singer, preferring to mutter garbled lyrics – the effect is like listening to someone speaking too fast on the phone - and there is no melody or rhythm here that will appeal to those who like conventional structure in their pop. But the hype has already started with the likes of Guardian blogger Everett True claiming "Micachu is an exceedingly precocious 21-year-old who may go on to completely transform our expectations of music." Everett used to make great claims for Courtney Love so best to ignore such rhetoric – Micachu & The Shapes are conventionally unconventional, edgy and noisy as youth like to be, but in need of stronger songwriting if they want to appeal beyond rock writers who like to champion anything they consider dissonant.

As a debut album this suggests promise, but promise of what is unclear: rock music is now so played out that it is impossible to surprise listeners. For now, nothing here suggests making music for Micachu isn't just gap year fun before the real challenges of life begin.
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« Reply #4039 on: 27 Dec 2009, 11:30 »

Liars - Sisterworld (Mute, 2010)



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I found this release ripped @320. It can be had here:

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« Reply #4040 on: 27 Dec 2009, 12:15 »

I LOVE YOU.


Yep, this album is fucking awesome.
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« Reply #4041 on: 27 Dec 2009, 13:07 »

Unfortunately I'm going to be out of town until Thursday or possibly Friday or Saturday, so I won't be able to do all the uploads I was talking about, but expect a nice fat post of heavy psych-rock (with maybe a couple other random goodies) about this time next week.

Thanks again for the Causa Sui, it didn't disappoint.  Awesome stuff.
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« Reply #4042 on: 27 Dec 2009, 19:14 »

See you Thursday, wizzard.


Causa Sui - Causa Sui
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« Reply #4043 on: 28 Dec 2009, 20:55 »

Enjoy


Get Well Soon – Vexations

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‘25-year-old German is startlingly talented. His debut album as Get Well Soon is an ambitious and omaginatively arranged mix of exultant Motown pop, electronica, soundtracks and noir-ish alt. rock. Fans of the Arcade Fire, The National and Radiohead will faint clean away.
UNCUT (4 Stars)

In other words, it’s a provocative, opaque, boldly dramatic labyrinth of an album and you’d be a fool not to dive right in’

THE FLY (4,5 Stars)

‘Rest Now..’ is a bold and beautiful collection of songs. Gropper has crafted an album on par with the ambitious sonic adventuring usually favoured by the likes of Sufjan Stevens or Patrick Wolf, fellow sonic visionaries who Get Well Soon deserve to be mentioned amongst’
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The Portland Cello Project – The Thao & Justin Power Sessions

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The Portland Cello Project kicks off The Thao & Justin Power Sessions with a cover of a John Tavener song, leading right into a typically Nico-esque vocal cameo by Thao Nguyen. It's a good sign. That they blend the spiritual with the dark and mysterious is fitting, since the cello is one of the few instruments that can evoke the infinite and the heartbreakingly local within the same line. The album is quite the emotional workout, but The Portland Cello Project isn't afraid to rock, nor to mix some distortion into its transcendental brew.

Thao Nguyen and Justin Power contribute vocals to songs they brought with them to the sessions, with Powers’ tracks (especially “Hungry Liars” and “Cut the Rope”) being among the more up-tempo and edgy. Nguyen breezes through several songs, with “Beat (Health, Life & Fire)” being the most remarkable. There are four other, more stricly cello-driven songs as well, including a cover of Pantera’s “Mouth for War.” Yeah, it works.

The 16 classically trained cellists that form The Portland Cello Project have performed in a variety of settings, including punk clubs. Their generous ear for music of all kinds and the ability to draw the deepest emotion (with humor) from it is helping them create a signature sound and career. The Thao & Justin Power Sessions should serve as an introduction to the ensemble, and it should only further open your own ears.

Rodney DeCroo – Mockingbird Bible

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If you've been waiting for a National Enquirer style headline in the form of 'Bob Dylan's Love Child Discovered Living In Canada Shocker', well you may just wish to contact the press room after listening to Rodney Decroo's new album! Vancouver's premier folk-rocker croons like Mr Zimmerman with a the fragrantly soaked scent of a T.B. Sheets era Van Morrison.

Mocking Bird Bible is being peddled as a 'straight ahead depression session', and 'so exhaustively bleak that you fear for it's health'. This seems to me a rather odd way to project and portray an album you are hoping to put out there with the intent of persuading people to part with their hard earned cash. There's nothing wrong with stark hard truths and uncomfortable, challenging subject matter, but as always there are at least two sides to every story. Rather like Nick Cave is perceived by many to be some sort of Earthly portal to convey and bestow upon us all things dark, Rodney has set himself up as a suicide counsellors worst nightmare. However, for me, as with most of Mr Caves outpourings, there is hope, honesty, love and above all a certain life affirming quality and character to most of this album. To quote cliché gold, 'is your glass half empty or half full?' The opening track, Scared Ground is fine example of just this paradox....

    your messenger he found me, told me this tale,
    he said you're dice are rattlin' like teeth in your head,
    and you been singin' songs about dyin' in your bed,
    but that long legged man with that no win smile,
    he's been walking round beside you for many a mile,
    but you know I heard that rumour that you gonna break that chain,
    and when you do you gonna see me again,
    when you make it to sacred ground.

The album is full of fantastic evocations and imagery, but, by trying to typecast himself as some sort of grim preacher of woe Rodney Decroo has sold himself short. The album is not a depression session, and if his publicist feels it is he or she clearly need to stay in a lot more. There are many lyrical high notes in host of well written and executed songs throughout the album. This ,from one of Mocking Bird Bibles' stand out tracks, Gasoline....

    Well a needle is a lover and a lover is a liar,
    L.A burns like a junkie on fire,
    red crow flies, murder in the eyes,
    road runs crooked as a strong mans lies,
    white dove mornin', park side growin',
    burn like water and the water is flowin',
    fist in the glove and the glove is smokin',
    joker in the alley but he aint jokin'.
    Is that rain comin' down or is that gasoline?
    Oh Suzanna light that match to find out where we been.

Whilst you never quite get past a gentle toe tap of a rhythm throughout the album, and whilst it could do with the odd injection of pace and immediacy it is nevertheless a fine collection of personal and memorable songs. Spinning Wheel, Long White Road & Loneliness Has The Soul Of A Spider consolidate the quality of song writing on show here. The musicianship is tempered and taut, complimenting Rodneys voice masterfully. Little, and pertinently used, banjos, fiddles, pianos and electric guitars all help to keep the albums flow and form. 'Shooting Stars' is a little anachronism in that on hearing the first few bars I defy anyone to not think you're about to here a Nirvana cover...

Rodney has just finished touring his native Canada, so whilst you may not be able to catch him live here any time too soon you may just wish to give his tunes a quick spin on his MySpace page, believe me it's not all doom and gloom!

Woody Pines – Counting Alligators

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This is a rollicking, engagingly idiosyncratic amalgam of old-time blues and jug band sensibilities from the North Carolina-based Woody Pines and his band, whose songs of Cajun queens, dusty highways and speakeasies are informed not only by squalling harmonica and whumping bass but a conviction that makes them sound about six decades older than they really are.

As well as Pines's nasal holler, Zack Pozebanchuk on bass and Rennie Elliot and Andy Tubb sharing credits on drums, there are tasty contributions from guest artists including producer Gill Landry on slide guitar. Stand-out tracks include the harmonica and fiddle-driven Chew Tobacco Rag and a compelling rendition of Harlem, a vintage joint-jumper swinging to sax and cornet. It's not all up-tempo stomp, and Pines' Walking Down the Road has overtones of early Dylan in its guitar fingerpicking and wistful drawl.

Woodpigeon – Die Stadt Muzikanten

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Deerhoof – Custom Made ep

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‘Custom Made’ has the theme of ’something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue’. I don’t know if wedding bells are in the air at camp Deerhoof but the theme gives the group a chance to showcase an alternate mix of ‘The Tears and Music of Love’ (something old..) and reworking of ‘Makka Shobu’ from single ‘Matchbook seeks maniac’ (something new….sort of…), a remix of ‘Rrrrrrright’ by Germlin (a.k.a. Joe Howe of Gay Against you and Ben Butler and the Mousepad (this is something borrowed) and finally a return visit to Apple O’s ‘Blue Cash’ (something blue…you get it) featuring new dude Ed Rodriguez (guitarist and former member of XBXRX among others). ‘The Tears..’ is fresher, livelier and generally better than the album version, Germlin’s kooky remix is totally killer and the reworking of theme to that Robinson’s cordial ad (‘Blue Cash’) really benefits from the rethink and some sweet production work.

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« Reply #4044 on: 30 Dec 2009, 10:06 »

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PePe Kalé- Pon Moun Paka Bougé

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« Reply #4046 on: 31 Dec 2009, 01:40 »

Black Moth Super Rainbow - The Autumn Kaleidoscope Got Changed [2009]



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« Reply #4047 on: 31 Dec 2009, 07:31 »

Happy 200 pages thread, happy new year's thread (is it going to get cropped like last year?)
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« Reply #4048 on: 31 Dec 2009, 16:19 »

It'd probably be a good idea, especially since most of the links on pages 1 - 100 are dead.
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« Reply #4049 on: 02 Jan 2010, 11:42 »

The Autumn Kaleidoscope Got Changed was a bunch of songs the band distributed to friends and family in 2001 by burning CDR copies from Tobacco's dad's computer. It's a lot more acoustic than other BMSR stuff but no less awesome. Also features early versions of tracks off of the band's first two albums. Very delicious.

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