Discussion in 'music, bands, clubs & festies' started by editor, Aug 5, 2010.
TLC - CrazySexyCool
Eno - Discreet Music
Keith Hudson - Entering the Dragon
Slowdive - Slowdive
I think I'm falling in love with this album. I will confess that I was too young for shoegaze the first time around, and bought the first three albums as a box set a few years ago. Having probably not given them as much of a listen as I should have, how much I like the new one surprises me.
Mountain Ash Band - The Hermit
Fugazi - First Demo
PJ Harvey - White Chalk
Scientist - Meets the Space Invaders
Venetian Snares - Thank You for Your Consideration
Various - A Compilation: Atlantic Jaxx Recordings
Perfect for this weather.
The Unthanks - Diversions V4, The Songs & Poems of Molly Drake.
Nice arrangements do not stop bad poetry from being bad poetry. With nice arrangements.
Sufjan Stevens, Bryce Dessner, Nico Muhly & James McAlister - Planetarium
Songs inspired by the solar system, really should suit Stevens with his ethereal, quietly expansive settings, but it's leaving me rather flat on first listen.
Thurston Moore - Rock n Roll Consciousness
That's moore like it
Cypress Hill - III (Temples of Boom)
Really, oh dear. I was looking forward to this.
Primal Scream - Screamadelica
It's one of those albums that I go back to sporadically, maybe once a year. It's certainly dated, but quite well I think.
Labradford - Mi Media Naranja
Pixies - Doolittle
Brian Eno - Ambient 1 Music for Airports
King Creosote - From Scotland with Love
Daft Punk - Discovery
Slowdive - Slowdive
Can someone else post to this thread please? I look like a right loner, and being made miserable whilst listening to shoegaze isn't a great idea.
The Cure - Disintegration
Bleeding Hearts - Folk and Glory
Josh Abrams - Magnetoception
Re-listening to the three Laura Cannell albums, Quick Sparrows Over the Black Earth probably my favourite but all three great.
The Sugarcubes - Life's Too Good
Super Furry Animals - Phantom Power
The Fall - This Nation's Saving Grace
I'm wary of saying it's their best, because my views may be slightly skewed as it was my entry point to their work, but this is pretty damn fantastic.
The Sundowners - Cut The Master. Sound like they should be in a fug of dope smoke round the Mamas and the Papas house in 1967. They're from The Wirral though. In 2017. I saw them last weekend and they're dead good live.
Fond of tigers - Continent & western
Evil usses - amateur pro wrestling
wolftones - wolftones (having a bit of nostalgia about something me and my old man did 30 years ago)
Eternal Sunset - Digital Ostinato Strauctures
Blanck Mass - World Eater
Fugazi - The Argument
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