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Andrew_TSKS
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« Reply #550 on: Feb 10, 2007, 03:24:39 PM »

the new record is going to be their first record in five years. aversion.com reported that they were working on a new album, called "the civil war", last summer. then again, that was supposed to come out on halloween. so much for that.
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alex
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« Reply #551 on: Feb 10, 2007, 04:50:48 PM »

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alex i got your mix yesterday!  way sooner than i'd expected!  haven't listened yet though ... waiting for the right moment, i suppose.


oh, cool! hope you enjoy it.



here's the mix i made for jeb, people. kicking off with an anarchosyndicalist anthem, as it should be:


"burns more than it shines"

1.Ton Steine Scherben – Die letzte Schlacht gewinnen wir (Keine Macht fόr Niemand, 1972)
2.Zoviet*France – Dust and Scratches (The Decriminalization of Country Music: Themes for Tramway, 2002)
3.Einstόrzende Neubauten – Zeichnungen des Patienten O.T. (Zeichnungen des Patienten O.T., 1983)
4.Dave Phillips – untitled (track 5, Tapes CD-R, 200?)
5.Gyφrgi Ligeti – Artikulation for Tape (2-Channel Mix-Down) (The Ligeti Project V, 2004)
6.MV & EE with the Bummer Road – Sunshine Girl (Mother of Thousands, 2006)
7.Grails – Erosion Blues (Black Tar Prophecies, vol. 1, 2, 3, 2006)
8.Hisato Higuchi – Ai No Tanjo (Dialogue, 2006)
9.Erik Truffaz – La Memoire du Silence (Mantis, 2001)
10.Holy Sons – Stunned (I Want to Live a Peaceful Life, 2003)
11.Hush Arbors – Nine Bones (Landscape of Bone, 2006)
12.Michael Chapman – The Aviator (Fully Qualified Survivor, 1970)
13.Halifax Pier – Passing (Put Your Gloves On and Wave, 2002)
14.Polwechsel Fennesz – Framing 4 (Wrapped Islands, 2002)
15.Clara Luzia – My Body Is a Diary (Railroad Tracks, 2006)
16.Elephant Micah – Feedback, So Long (Embarrassment of Riches, 2006)
17.Marissa Nadler – Calico (The Saga of Mayflower May, 2005)
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DanielBurns11
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« Reply #552 on: Feb 10, 2007, 05:41:21 PM »

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Whatever happened to the Dillinger Four? Isn't it about fucking time for a new album? I love that band.


They're putting out a new album this year, tentatively titled 'C I V I L W A R'. I  think it comes out in May, I'm not sure though. Yeah, I love that band too, I'm so excited about the record.

EDIT: My bad, it's due March.
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On Reflection
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« Reply #553 on: Feb 10, 2007, 07:48:04 PM »

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7. Planes Mistaken for Stars – The Time It Took         
12. ...And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead – Will You Smile Again for Me
13. Old Canes – Early Morning Hymns    
20. Snowden – Black Eyes


Excellent stuff, that Snowden album was high among my favourites of last year.
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DanielBurns11
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« Reply #554 on: Feb 10, 2007, 07:56:54 PM »

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Quote from: "DanielBurns11"
7. Planes Mistaken for Stars – The Time It Took         
12. ...And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead – Will You Smile Again for Me
13. Old Canes – Early Morning Hymns    
20. Snowden – Black Eyes


Excellent stuff, that Snowden album was high among my favourites of last year.


Yeah, I think that album was really overlooked by a lot of people. They are one of my favorite up and coming bands, I'm really excited about what they'll do on future releases. And 'Anti-Anti' (the song) will get firmly stuck into your brain for days, it's catchy as hell.
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diesel_powered
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« Reply #555 on: Feb 11, 2007, 02:35:07 AM »

So we had a music video showing the other day at school and one of my classmates was complaining that it was totally depressing. Admittedly there were some Modest Mouse videos stuck in there, but he was all "the kids are all nihilists" and I was all "Dude, this coming from Mr.I-don't-listen-to-music-because-I'm-40-and-too-old-to-enjoy-life? Bitch please." So I decided to make him a mix CD of non-depressing or at least positive in a socially critical way music. Not one of my absolute best, but still noteworthy:

The Kids Are Alright - The Who
Alarm Call - Bjork
Multiply - Jamie Lidell
When The Going Gets Tough, The Tough Get Karazzee - !!!
Forecast Fascist Future - Of Montreal
Race for the Prize - The Flaming Lips
My Doorbell - The White Stripes
Pack Up Your Sorrows - Mimi & Richard Farina
Homesick - Kings of Convenience
Somebody Loves You - Eels
Ya Playin' Yaself (Acapella) - Jeru The Damaja
F.H.H. - RJD2 w/Jakki
Why Hip Hop Sucks in '96 - DJ Shadow
Pushin' On - Quantic Soul Orchestra feat. Alice Russell
Night on Fire - VHS or Beta
Shine a Light - Apples in Stereo
Always Love - Nada Surf
What A Wonderful World - Joey Ramone

I dunno, seems to me that once you hit 30, all of a sudden you get all self-absorbed and stop paying attention to shit. Doesn't bode well for me.
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Andrew_TSKS
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« Reply #556 on: Feb 12, 2007, 01:30:56 PM »

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I dunno, seems to me that once you hit 30, all of a sudden you get all self-absorbed and stop paying attention to shit. Doesn't bode well for me.


speaking from the other side of 30, that DEFINITELY depends on the person.
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monkeypants
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« Reply #557 on: Feb 12, 2007, 02:14:04 PM »

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speaking from the other side of 30, that DEFINITELY depends on the person.


WORD.

Also, based on those last two mixes,  Alex is totally ruling this thread right now.  sayin'.
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Dee
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« Reply #558 on: Feb 12, 2007, 09:11:54 PM »

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11.Hush Arbors – Nine Bones (Landscape of Bone, 2006)

I love him. ...that's all.

Here's a mix I made for my friend Pam.

Untitled -- Panda Bear
Via Chicago -- Wilco
The Owl -- Peter & the Wolf
One For Hope -- Angels of Light with Akron/Family
Less of Me -- Bonnie Prince Billy
Griptape -- Calexico
Dancing By the Water -- Viking Moses
The Night & the Liquor -- Elvis Perkins
Spider's House -- Califone
Master of None -- Beach House
Ambiguity -- David Thomas Broughton
Crossing By Your Star -- Flying Canyon
Sad -- El Perro del Mar
Together & Down -- Benoit Pioulard
So Damn Pure -- Cass McCombs
16, Maybe Less -- Iron Wine & Calexico
Wires to Rust -- Transmissionary Six
Shade and Honey -- Sparklehorse
Pink By White -- Songs of Green Pheasant

Right now I'm working on a mix for myself called Tumbleweeds, hehe.
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Dee
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« Reply #559 on: Feb 14, 2007, 07:48:42 AM »

Itsa done.

Nagisa Ni Te - Bramble
Woods - Ring Me To Sleep
Whiskeytown - Somebody Remembers the Rose
Neil Young - Albuquerque
The Hotel Alexis - The Devil Knows My Handle
Horse Feathers - Finch On Saturday
Calexico - Ghostwriter
Entrance - Lookout!
Baby Dee - Calvary
Wooden Wand & the Omen Bones Band - Wand Arise
Barzin - Just More Drugs (Resonance FM... session)
Dock Boggs - No Disappointment In Heaven
Great Lake Swimmers - I Am Part of A Large Family
Shearwater - Mistakes
Smog - Rock Bottom Riser
Silver Jews - Pretty Eyes
Elizabeth Cotton - Oh Babe It Ain't No Lie
William Elliott Whitmore - The Chariot
Bat For Lashes - Sarah

If I had to pick a fave song of these, it might be Calvary by the divine Baby Dee.
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alex
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« Reply #560 on: Feb 14, 2007, 08:04:37 AM »

Quote from: "monkeypants"
Quote from: "Andrew_TSKS"

speaking from the other side of 30, that DEFINITELY depends on the person.


WORD.

Also, based on those last two mixes,  Alex is totally ruling this thread right now.  sayin'.


Hey, thanks! However, based on those last two mixes, I'll happily pass on the honour to Dee.
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Dee
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« Reply #561 on: Feb 14, 2007, 08:09:41 AM »

Thanks. Let's high five.

*high five*
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