Discussion in 'music, bands, clubs & festies' started by editor, Aug 5, 2010.
How have I only just found his stuff?
Bill Callahan - Shepard in a Sheepskin Vest; good to have a new release, on first listen it probably doesn't have the stand out track(s) that some other of his LPs do but the album is greater than the some of hits part and as a whole album it is up with his best.
House and Land - Across the Field; excellent American folk music
White Stripes - Get Behind Me Satan. After seeing The Raconteurs recently, thought I'd check it out again. Gods, they were so good. Is there anything current like them out there?
Bedhead - What Fun Life Was
Shellac- The End of Radio Peel Sessions
The Fall - New Facts Emerge
I have now finally finished the task I set myself when MES died last year: to listen to all my Fall albums in chronological order (I don't have them all).
Ghost - Melliora.
Saw them Thursday, bought CD yesterday, playing now.
Jamie Lidell - Multiply
Steely Dan - Aja
Fluke - Six Wheels On My Wagon - A messy autumnal 93 in Leeds.
Drew Daniel & John Wiese - Continuous Hole
Fugazi - The Argument
Peter Gabriel - Three
The Soft Pink Truth - Do You Party?
Left hand cuts off the right - Desired place
Fantastic Negrito - Please don't be dead
Matmos - Plastic Anniversary
Charles Ives Symphony 4
A load of Cuban Boys stuff, including, inevitably, Cognoscenti vs Intelligentsia.
A little lightness for first thing in the morning
Band Apart - Band Apart
Better Oblivion Community Center - Better Oblivion Community Center. Can't stop playing this album, it's terrific in a completely low key way.
Good Fuck - Good Fuck
GZA - Liquid Swords
Inspired by the Wu's performance at Glastonbury last night.
The Tuss - Rushup Edge
Steve Earle - Washington Square Serenade
Soft Pink Truth - Why Do The Heathen Rage?
Lana del ray - born to die
Plaid - Polymer
Quantic - The 5th Exotic
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds - Push the Sky Away
Dope - Black Math
Cuban Boys selection
Westkust - Westkust
This will be up there in my end-of-year list, no doubt.
Sound Machine have a £1 per CD sale on. PIL, Nick Cave, The Cure, Woodie Guthrie, Blyth Power all finding their way onto the ipod!
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