1. avatar Orzo
    Manitoba - Jacknuggeted.

    Gem of a song. I've put the hard drive on random and I'm picking out songs to put together a compilation.

    Recommendations welcome

    :D
  2. avatar ShowYourBones
    I'm listening to Junior Boys - So This Is Goodbye at the minute. This morning I was listening to Tegan and Sara (Walking With A Ghost is a great song). Over the last week I have been listening to amongst others; M83, Patrick Wolf, Fields, Toyko Police Club, LCD Soundsystem, Radiohead, Emily Haines and Regina Spektor.
  3. avatar Stevie Mac
    On the USB drive I brought into work today:
    Au Revior Simon, Augie March, MC Frontalot, Fountains Of Wayne, Optimus Rhyme, Osymyso, LCD Soundsystem, The Scala Choir, Trivium, Uffie and a couple of episodes of Coverville.
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  4. avatar Orzo
    After a few listens I've really started to get into the new Patrick Wolf album - it's quite different from his previous stuff in a lot of respects and 'Bluebells' is a great song.

    Not sure what he was doing on the Charlotte Church show....
  5. avatar Zwaddap_deep_doo
    New Bright Eyes album Cassadaga. Not very good.
  6. avatar Orzo
    [quote:1d0cd408e9="Stevie Mac"]On the USB drive I brought into work today:
    Au Revior Simon, Augie March, MC Frontalot, Fountains Of Wayne, Optimus Rhyme, Osymyso, LCD Soundsystem, The Scala Choir, Trivium, Uffie and a couple of episodes of Coverville.[/quote:1d0cd408e9]

    Pitchfork has slated the new Fountains of Wayne album. I must say I enjoyed the first half of Welcome Interstate Managers but the second half went all country and crap.
  7. avatar pauldoherty
    New Kings Of Leon album. shhhwwwwwwwweeeeetttt :-D
  8. avatar ShowYourBones
    [quote:b25d035c1f="Orzo"]After a few listens I've really started to get into the new Patrick Wolf album - it's quite different from his previous stuff in a lot of respects and 'Bluebells' is a great song.

    Not sure what he was doing on the Charlotte Church show....[/quote:b25d035c1f]
    Ordered it 2 weeks ago from Virgin, still have yet to receive it, their customer care representatives tend not to reply to emails. Listening to Wind In The Wires quite a bit, Tristan is superb. I'm not sure what the fvck he was doing on there, but I guess it prob had more to do with his label than him. Think hes signed to a major now.

    The Kings of Leon's new album is on high rotation aswell. McFearless and Charmer are impressive.
  9. avatar Estrella Ojos
    I was one of very few people that answered a question about Regina Spektor on Alan Simpson's afternoon show on Radio Ulster (I was desperate, ok?). Although I answered the question incorrectly, there were so few participating that I won her new CD Begin to Hope.
    Which I am listening to nowadays:
    Regina Spektor - Begin to Hope
    For those familiar with her album Soviet Kitsch, this is quite different. A bit more pop-ish, but still the same innovative writing and voice.
    xo Rach
  10. avatar theavenue
    Soviet Kitsch was a strange listen and took me a while to appreciate. Begin To Hope was much easier to get into and after many, many listens is still very good.

    Currently ; Bright Eyes, Imogen Heap, Maria Taylor, The Dears, Camera Obscura, Feist, Fionn Regan, Flaming Lips, Murder By Death, Iron And Wine, Patrick Wolf and The Shins.
  11. avatar die the flu
    My workmate.
  12. avatar scott_evil
    im hooked on Handsome Boy Modeling Schools album 'White People' they worked with everyone from Mike Patton and Chino Moreno to Jack Johnson its a great album

    and Nibs van der Spuy 'Beautiful Feet' great acoustic album

    Antony and the Johnsons 'I am a Bird Now' still one of my favs
  13. avatar Orzo
    [quote:b9f7c4cb57="die the flu"]My workmate.[/quote:b9f7c4cb57]

    Care to write a brief review of your workmate?

    How do they rate in terms of maturity and development since you first heard said workmate?

    Do their conversations stand the test of time? Are they more of a shuffle or repeat talker?
  14. avatar die the flu
    He's no Ocean Colour Scene.
  15. avatar theavenue
    They're no Lightning Seeds.
  16. avatar ShowYourBones
    Who in turn are no Space.
  17. avatar rocky raccoon
    [quote:2ddc9cf8d5="scott_evil"]im hooked on Handsome Boy Modeling Schools album 'White People' they worked with everyone from Mike Patton and Chino Moreno to Jack Johnson its a great album

    favs[/quote:2ddc9cf8d5]

    Rock & Roll (Could Never Hip Hop Like This) - great song from that album. The Truth - Handsome Boy Modeling School another monumental track!


    currently listening to End Of The Street - from The Bees' new album Octopus. great song and i think the rest of the album will grow on me too.
  18. avatar Orzo
    IMHO there's too much filler on 'White People' and I rarely go back for a listen.

    Their first album is excellent and there's a Breezeblock session which is fantastic too.
  19. avatar fastfude
    http://www.last.fm/user/fastfude/
  20. avatar The Ronster
    A company man to the bitter end Rog!
  21. avatar whosbainejakey
    Why listen to Kings of Leon when you could have Archie Bronson Outfit instead? Same kind of thing done far better.

    Though admittedly they're no Cast.
  22. avatar theavenue
    I patiently await a new Reef album. Oh please God, bring back Reef.
  23. avatar ShowYourBones
    'Derdang Derdang' is a great listen, missed them at EP last year which I was gutted about. I cant see the parallels with KOL though, bit more of a blues inspired outfit in comparison.
  24. avatar my-angel-rocks
    [quote:fc594d7566="theavenue"]I patiently await a new Reef album. Oh please God, bring back Reef.[/quote:fc594d7566]

    Oh please God, kill me now
  25. avatar theavenue
    Fine, I'll settle with a new Slacker cd.
  26. avatar PaulMAK
    Mika - and its crap.
  27. avatar unplugged
    Free - Fire and Water. This album would give you a semi.

    :lol:
  28. avatar chrisjedijane
    Lots and lots of Steve Reich, from the "Phases - A Nonesuch Retrospective" box set.
  29. avatar King Canute
    Cadence Weapon - "Breaking Kayfabe"
    Various Artists - "Trojan Calypso Box Set" (mostly for the Lord Kitchener stuff if I'm honest but Lord Invader is also pretty nifty)
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  31. avatar icedcoffee
    midlake
  32. avatar thecomeons_2
    last musical thing i had on was my brian setzer tuition dvd
  33. avatar Arcane
    fREAK Kitchen-Taste My Fist!
  34. avatar Orzo
    [quote:9acdfaeb17="icedcoffee"]midlake[/quote:9acdfaeb17]

    I could listen to "Roscoe" on repeat for quite some time.

    "Young Bride" is an excellent song too. "The Trials of van Occupanther" is a great album.
  35. avatar thenovembercriminals
    The new kaiser cheifs album, it brillant.
  36. avatar greensleevesisgod
    8 MILES HIGH!!! yeooo
  37. avatar Micksimus
    Driving By Night, Fears of Men.
    Good tune
  38. avatar Davy Cho
    New Machine Head album.

    Pleasantly suprised. She's a beast!
  39. avatar Iso9
    tim hecker - i'm transmitting tonight
  40. avatar thebatgranny
    Black Sabbath - War Pigs
  41. avatar drakeguild
    [quote:fce690a63d="Iso9"]tim hecker - i'm transmitting tonight[/quote:fce690a63d]

    Yes!
  42. avatar Smallsquare
    Paul Lydon - [url=http://www.paul-lydon.com/mp3/paul_lydon_vitlaust_hus.mp3]Vitlaust hús[/url]
  43. avatar goatboy
    I've been listening to the latest Field Music album loads of late. One of the best I've heard in a while.

    Also, the new Charlotte Hatherley album. Much better than the first I reckon.
  44. avatar whipchorus
    Heh, Tim Hecker fans in the 'place'. Haven't heard the new one but Harmony in Ultraviolet is the business.
  45. avatar Iso9
    radio amor is one of my fav albums. lushness.

    i like his jetone stuff too. a couple of us were talkin about trying to get him over here to play. not sure about how many people would come to hear it tho. hmm.
  46. avatar drakeguild
    [quote:735bf3fda4="whipchorus"]Heh, Tim Hecker fans in the 'place'. Haven't heard the new one but Harmony in Ultraviolet is the business.[/quote:735bf3fda4]

    Legend
  47. avatar Scarboy
    silverchair - Young Modern

    fantastic album!
  48. avatar Orzo
    Kicked off the day with El Perro Del Mar - s/t.

    Brilliant album - I'm pretty sure it's a break-up album but it's delicate and beautiful.
  49. avatar sheriffjohnstone
    Clutch - Beale Street To Oblivion. Fantastic
  50. avatar thefatson
    "Chop Chop Dig Dig"
    I hear digging but I don't hear chopping.
  51. avatar 3cigarettes
    Azure Ray - Sleep
  52. avatar Eamonn Evangelists
    [i:7688b61698][b:7688b61698]Ween - "It's Gonna Be a Long Night"
    [/b:7688b61698][/i:7688b61698]Perfect song for getting ready to hit your local rock club. The song Motorhead should've wrote first, but didn't.

    [i:7688b61698][b:7688b61698]Imogen Heap - "Hide and Seek"[/b:7688b61698][/i:7688b61698]
    For when you get home from the aforementioned Long Night and you want to try and trick your brain into believing it's never going to happen again.
    [i:7688b61698]
    [b:7688b61698]Dick Around[/b:7688b61698][/i:7688b61698] by [i:7688b61698][b:7688b61698]Sparks [/b:7688b61698][/i:7688b61698]is gonna get a few airplays on my side if I can manage to get itunes to accept my maestro debit card. :evil:
  53. avatar Shane
    'Imogen Heap - "Hide and Seek"'

    Great song.
  54. avatar rabs
    ah cant get enough of megadeth and ozzy after playin that guitar hero. never really got into that kind of rock til then! ah have it blastin in ma ears on ma way to work first thing, works a treat