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PostPosted: Mon Aug 20, 2012 8:54 pm 
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Sorry, I can't help with the Spanish!

Listening to the self-titled Fresh & Onlys LP, god I love these guys. :truluv: :truluv: :truluv: :truluv:

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"Peacock and Wing" just puts me in a swooning daze and I have to loop it on repeat for awhile with great big romantic stars in my eyes.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pJ7-mwSYYMI
:truluv: :truluv: :truluv: :truluv:

Had to book the Music Hall of WIlliamsburg show even though it's the night before I'm due to fly over for a UK visit! Going to be tired, but so worth it.


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PostPosted: Tue Aug 21, 2012 1:06 am 
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=StWMqsrD ... re=related

IT'S TRAAAAAAAAASH!!!
one of my favorites ever


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PostPosted: Tue Aug 21, 2012 1:40 am 
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MadamAnt wrote:
Sorry, I can't help with the Spanish!

Listening to the self-titled Fresh & Onlys LP, god I love these guys. :truluv: :truluv: :truluv: :truluv:

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"Peacock and Wing" just puts me in a swooning daze and I have to loop it on repeat for awhile with great big romantic stars in my eyes.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pJ7-mwSYYMI
:truluv: :truluv: :truluv: :truluv:

Had to book the Music Hall of WIlliamsburg show even though it's the night before I'm due to fly over for a UK visit! Going to be tired, but so worth it.
I have to thank you for this. It's my swooning, belly-flopping, dirty love song of the day. I'm sure my neighbour will thank you in person as well when you come visit! :festive:


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PostPosted: Tue Aug 21, 2012 5:53 am 
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I saw Wymond Miles last week with Young Prisms. I think it was Madam Ant that mentioned him in this thread so when I saw he was in LA I decided to check. He's pretty awesome live! Definitely enjoyed the show even though I had only listened to his album a few times.


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PostPosted: Tue Aug 21, 2012 6:48 am 
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Cool, Ricky! I'm quite attached to the album, it's got a kind of 80's gothic and baroque pop shimmer to it, and he has the huge teased hair to match! Very melancholic as he was coming to terms with personal tragedy at the time as well, but not depressingly so. Different to Fresh & Onlys but definitely with the same quality standard, I feel.
I like what I've heard from Young Prisms, too, "Runner" was my favorite. Would have loved that gig, will have to catch him next time he's near me!


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PostPosted: Tue Aug 21, 2012 6:55 am 
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LadyLazarus wrote:
I'm sure my neighbour will thank you in person as well when you come visit! :festive:
Ohhhhh he is going to LOVE us! :lol: Going to be a week long boozy pajama party with chunes cranking constantly. 8D

So it changes 't-u-n-e-s' to 'chunes' by default? Oh well, same thing I suppose! :silly:


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PostPosted: Tue Aug 21, 2012 5:38 pm 
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I've been listening to Tashaki Miyaki for a bit. I don't think they are doing anything completely new, but still enjoy the pretty vocals and visuals.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q-HIKoODJc8


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At first glance I thought splatter maestro Takashi Miike decided to make a pop record!
They've been described as a 'female Jesus & Mary Chain', that's enough to get my attention, will certainly check them out.


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Listening to all the gorgeous dead boyfriend/girlfriend songs on Joe Meek's Alchemist of Pop collection.


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Autechre - Laughing Quarter (from the 1997 EP Envane)

I guess this could be described as proto-brostep, but I fucking hate brostep, and this is fucking awesome.

Though the only correct description would be that it's Autechre.


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Oh, fuck: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cSusDIz5VyU


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PostPosted: Tue Aug 21, 2012 10:28 pm 
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Autechre - Laughing Quarter (from the 1997 EP Envane)

I guess this could be described as proto-brostep, but I fucking hate brostep, and this is fucking awesome.

Though the only correct description would be that it's Autechre.
Love Autechre - you have inspired me to listen to Incunabula again, followed by LP5 and Tri Repetae++, never grow tired of those.


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MadamAnt wrote:
palmsvoice wrote:
Autechre - Laughing Quarter (from the 1997 EP Envane)

I guess this could be described as proto-brostep, but I fucking hate brostep, and this is fucking awesome.

Though the only correct description would be that it's Autechre.
Love Autechre - you have inspired me to listen to Incunabula again, followed by LP5 and Tri Repetae++, never grow tired of those.
I find their EPs a much less demanding listening experience, which is why I enjoy them a lot more. My favorites are Envane, Anvil Vapre and Gantz Graf (of course).
And I liked the Quaristice LP for its loose, splintered structure, I found that pretty refreshing.

Speaking of loose and splintered albums, that same year saw the release of another such record - Skeletal Lamping by of Montreal. I'm kind of an oM fan, but that album was a lot to chew on.
I revisit it from time to time, and I'm certain that it's one of their best, so many awesome/crazy moments on that one.


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I love Of Montreal. Seeing them live is like one big party: bubbles and balloons and everything.


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well i didnt get a chance to see if they had MT at any store, so this was my road companion :)


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