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soapbars 01.12.2007 12:00 AM

begin to hope by regina spektor

davenotdead 01.12.2007 12:16 AM

 

jon boy 01.12.2007 04:32 AM

its a stormy rainy day and i listened to jackie o motherfucker on the ride to work this morning.

Katy 01.12.2007 04:48 AM

Jimi Hendrix & Larry Young - 1969 Record Plant Sessions, NYC

sonic sphere 01.12.2007 04:50 AM

ice cube-death certificate

Iain 01.12.2007 07:37 AM

The Shadow Ring - Wax Work Echoes.

candymoan 01.12.2007 07:40 AM

the organ have split up..
and i'd just discovered them..
grab that gun is the album..

looping throughout the day....

sonic sphere 01.12.2007 08:16 AM

iggy pop- lust for life

Iain 01.12.2007 08:17 AM

The Trashmen - Ghost Riders in the Sky

whorefrost 01.12.2007 11:16 AM

Ornette Coleman - Live at the Golden Circle volume 1

James Blonde 01.12.2007 11:24 AM

James Blonde listens Cat Power "You Are Free".

nicfit 01.12.2007 12:29 PM

Some jazzy "Verve" sampler.

Massenvernichtungswaffen 01.12.2007 12:33 PM

a whole lot of Mos Def. his hip-hop and other work. It's good to hear a hip-hop artist that can actually sing, one who mixes it in with the rap. He did a pretty good track with Charlie Hunter titled "Creole." he's a pretty good actor too.

porkmarras 01.12.2007 12:35 PM

 

CD / STORM BUGS / Let's Go Outside and Get It Over / Snatch Tapes
Storm Bugs are an anomaly. How could such sounds, radically challenging the accepted texture of electronic music, have been recorded over 20 years ago? And how come nobody has ever heard of them? The tracks on Let's Go Outside and Get It Over, originally released by Snatch Tapes on cassettes and vinyl between 1978 and 1981, exhibit Storm Bugs' spacious, reverberating grittiness. Howled vocals shift from front to background in the midst of industrial pounding percussion loops, urgent echoing monotones and an array of tinny sound effects. The quiet moments on these songs are underlayed by disturbing mechanical creeks and muted primal thuds that evoke the cynical futurism of Fritz Lang or George Orwell. As complex and foreign as much of these recordings sound, the hand-made, DIY ethic of the group's production is distinctly present. Philip Sanderson and Steven Ball, who made up Storm Bugs, must have taken immense pleasure in screwing around with the recording process. From scalpelling vinyl to messing with short wave radio signals from the Soviet Union, these guys hardly ever did anything twice, yet still managed to create a defining and genuine aesthetic in their music. Their relatively recent appearance on the compilation I Hate the Pop Group probably accounts for some newfound appreciation of Storm Bugs and the consequential release of this CD only, digitally remastered work. Limited to 300 copies, this is not a record you want to wait for the last minute to pick up. For Pete's sake, don't sleep on: 1, 2, 6, 7, 9, 10
---Sandra Barrett

finding nobody 01.12.2007 04:08 PM

Bob Dylan- Blood On The Tracks
Jandek- Blue Corpse
Pavement- Slanted & Enchanted

porkmarras 01.12.2007 05:20 PM

 

king_buzzo 01.12.2007 05:27 PM

television- marguee moon-guiding light

porkmarras 01.12.2007 05:44 PM

Walter De Maria's Cricket Music.

compulsive diarrhea, jico 01.12.2007 05:54 PM

 


wooden wand and the vanishing voice - gipsy freedom

compulsive diarrhea, jico 01.12.2007 06:33 PM

 


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