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  • j-pk

    hey man! i *think* you recommended that i listen to Yppah aaaaaages ago (2011/2012 by the looks of your shoutbox) and well, i just got round to it now - really fucking good though! and in case it wasn't you, uh.... go listen to it :D

    21 Nov 2013 Rispondi
  • felixg3

    I really like the language style of spitting distance. Added to the RSS Reader of my choice (Reeder :).

    11 Apr 2012 Rispondi
  • felixg3

    Your review of Burials Kindred EP is awesome.

    10 Apr 2012 Rispondi
  • j-pk

    One month on and I've STILL not checked your recommendations, I'm such a dick haha! Your radio will suffice for now - I'm too lazy to go hunting for new music lately :p

    4 Gen 2012 Rispondi
  • insejnqtp

    gr8

    30 Dic 2011 Rispondi
  • j-pk

    Admittedly TTT's album is half amazing, half meh so I see where you're coming from - I think I like it so much because all the music videos so far are ace! Mogwai's album was great! Slight krautrock influences which was a nice change and just a different vibe from previous albums - assuming you went to the Manc gig I think I was there too y'know. Should've met up for a pint haha!! Highlight live music-wise was Jaga Jazzist in London and Supersonic Festival - both were kinda pricey but worth every penny :) I think if you'd asked me the same question a month later my response would be totally different; very fickle lately and swinging from album to album - definitely check Apparat's album of 2011 too. I vow to check out your suggestions though assuming I remember haha :) Would be easier if I still had premium on spotify but nevermind. Not sure if grindcore will be up your street but hell, worth giving it an open minded try huh! DiG are brilliant - try Tyrant? http://youtu.be/OJy458WaMsg

    9 Dic 2011 Rispondi
  • j-pk

    Ahhhh and Polinski also deserves a special mention too!

    6 Dic 2011 Rispondi
  • j-pk

    Haha, I know right! Surprised you even recall all that banter :p Loads of ace releases (most of which I think you've heard of) but in no specific order:- Silent Running - 65daysofstatic, Vessels - Helioscope, Tycho - Dive, Ed Gein - Bad Luck, Three Trapped Tigers - Route One or Die, Stendeck -Scintilla, Necro Deathmort - Music of Bleak Origin, Mogwai - Hardcore Will Never Die, But You Will, Battles - Gloss Drop and of course ASIWYFA - Gangs. That'd be my top 10 for now it's very liable to change since there's loads of albums on my 'to thoroughly listen to' list and a ton of other albums I absolutely loved besides those 10. ISAM from Amon Tobin was great too! Then there's all the awesome EPs/mini albums too like the final release from Down I Go - Gods which is pretty immense! How about you man? Always happy to mooch some suggestions from you haha :) Any gig highlights?

    6 Dic 2011 Rispondi
  • Cosmonaut_

    I haven't listened to the new 65 either, I'm going to give it a download later this week. I've heard of O'Brother before, I think they toured with Biffy once if I remember, but I've never listened to them. I will definitely give it a go soon though. Another album that might interest you is Dad Rocks! album. I haven't heard it yet, but the songs sound amazing live. Very Owen-esque in places. You should listen to the new Owen album if you haven't already too, it is incredible. It will be in my top 10 by the end of the year with ease.

    16 Nov 2011 Rispondi
  • Cosmonaut_

    The new songs that YL played live are amazing. One of them is the heaviest thong they've done. Sucks you missed out on them live, they have been incredible both times I've seen them. I've just remembered that the 65dos live score is out next week. I don't know how I forgot about that, especially since the song I've heard from it is so good.

    10 Nov 2011 Rispondi
  • Cosmonaut_

    I''m secure enough in my music taste to not care if some shit gets scrobbled ahah. I'm not sure what releases are still left to come out this year. I seem to have lost track on a lot of stuff since I've moved to Uni. The new Pianos Become the Teeth album is should be on your radar. Beautiful post-rock influenced screamo and I can't wait to finally have the new Young Legionnaire EP, if that comes out this year. I think I tend to use the next months of so to catch up on what I've missed so far. I'm mainly looking forward to the new Tall Ships and Mars Volta albums coming out early next year more than anything.

    8 Nov 2011 Rispondi
  • Cosmonaut_

    ahaha! You did indeed, as Mr. Andre is the man. Seriously, I had a friend round and we were playing shite for a couple of hours to avoid doing work.

    8 Nov 2011 Rispondi
  • thenightlightuk

    What a charming thing to say! Thanks a lot, man. You definitely should get back on the horse. Pro-writing, us lot. Stay in touch, TNL x

    21 Set 2011 Rispondi
  • KennyBoothby

    Thanks for the recommendation, dude. I have heard good things about O' Brother, but I haven't gotten around to checking them out. I will do so now!

    6 Lug 2011 Rispondi
  • Cosmonaut_

    Damn right, you couldn't be more correect if you tried. I like that it sounds like a progression from the second half of They Came From The Sun as well. Have you heard the new ASIWYFA yet, it is outstanding.

    9 Mag 2011 Rispondi
  • Cosmonaut_

    Yeah, this EP is nothing like anything they've done and a huge step forward. "Muddy" was the used to describe the guitars when I first heard Gold, "crunchy" works as well. Both the Hawk and Defeater are very good. CH's album is basically 50 minutes of riffage, so good. I've heard only goodthing about Trap Them also. I was going to check them out soon but I just got two albums in the post and they're are still some other releases I want to give a decent amount of play time before. On post-oceansize stuff, I'm sure stuff on British Theatre has already started which will be a good one, i imagine since it is Mike and Gambler. Also, new Kong will be released this year.

    10 Mar 2011 Rispondi
  • Cosmonaut_

    It is a huge departure from them their previous material, the musicanship is stunnng. It worth spending some time letting it grow on you as it is much more layered and less in-your-face-i-hate-people-especially-women-fuck-you-all-i'm-going-to-cry.

    10 Mar 2011 Rispondi
  • TeamJash

    maybe you'd like this: http://www.mothernight.bandcamp.com

    4 Mar 2011 Rispondi
  • gwfaa

    Well you can only go through so many songs before needing a fix of Butters or Randy Marsh getting in there somewhere haha... Thanks very much man, much appreciated! I actually put all the gwfaa EPs for free the other day at http://goodweatherforanairstrike.bandcamp.com/ if you fancy downloading them or anything. My girlfriend is currently in the same situation as you waiting on the next student loan to come through (hopefully tomorrow!), so i know how you're feeling! What are you studying :)?

    16 Dic 2010 Rispondi
  • gwfaa

    Excellent library here sir!

    9 Dic 2010 Rispondi
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