Tim Rogers can cure a lonely and/or broken heart like nobody else:
If she would just come back with me
I think my old man knows what I mean
Yeh we'll drink 'til we're pink, throw up in the sink
And I'll get what I left behind
And she'll understand me in KALgoor-a-lie
The Sparks - Kimono my house
To Rococo Rot - The amateur view
Mogwai, 1998-03-11, Folken, Stavanger FM (from dime)
I'm listening to this darlin' of a double album again, an album you all should own!:
But I'd rather be drunk than to be feelin' this
Have you as my little thing to miss
Lonely is only a place to hide
When I'm hangin' out with these guys
johnny thunders & the heartbreakers - l.a.m.f.
stooges by the stooges
Aphex Twin - Donkey Rhubarb
Grizzly Summits, my new solo project.
I was reading the tuning thread and found an old tuning of mine and it sparked a new sound. I'll have a song online tomorrow if any one is interested.
Three 6 Mafia - Choices
peter sotos spoken word
toddle (probably the best album of the year)
man, I haven't heard of any of those.
bobby conn is kind of a.. poppy.. in an animal collective way (lots of harmonies and gentle melodies, not over the top headachey pop "ohh ohhss" and bullshit).. with no wave revivalist tendencies. buffalo daughter is japanese girl moog weirdo pop. dacm is quite, sparse electronic stuff. happy flowers are weirdos. magic band is captain beefheart's revived band doing old beefheart songs, instrumentally and with john french (amazing drummer) doing beefheart vocal impersonations, convincingly. peter sotos is that amazing author of "Total Abuse", and it's him reading selections from it. piana is quiet, introspective piano/glitch/pop stuff; just beautiful. sleeping people is a math rock band with an amazingly hot guitar player... toddle is a j indie band with beautiful arpeggios and .. i dunno, just perfectly-written songs. tujiko noriko is the leader in glitch pop. tuks is ambient kinda distorted noisey stuff but.. a quiet noise. zazen boys is super "avant garde" math rock pop stuff. great. i've also been listening to some yukon, which is drive like jehu taken to the next level.
I hate having dial-up, it's slowed down my discovery of music.
Have an album sitting on my computer, my brother likes but I haven't heard yet
Buffalo Daughter is amazing; I'm not as fond of the newer stuff, but the really old, weird super-moogey stuff is GREAT.
Oh, and regarding dialup: I'm only on DSL at friends' houses/my grandpa's, so 5 out of the 7 days of the week, I'm on dialup too. Lame. I burn like 50 CD's a week, though, while at my grandpa's, so I am always hearing music regardless.
i've only heard one record from buffalo daughter and it's ok, but it's kind of like a not as exciting version of OOIOO
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