19 déc. 2011, 16h03m par IschianoScalo
21 juin 2011, 1h40m par JopariproudfootIn this fourth installment of the Summer Playlist Series, I have realized that I've developed a worrying love of dance music.
This playlist is best served chilled, and on repeat indefnitely.
1. Pacific Theme - Broken Social Scene
2. Pass This On - The Knife
3. The Butcher - Radiohead
4. Heavy Metal Lover - Lady Gaga
5. Déboutonner (feat. Siriusmo) - Modeselektor
6. Memorabilia - Nine Inch Nails
7. Risingson - Massive Attack
8. Ego - Burial & Four Tet & Thom Yorke
9. Wandering Star - Portishead
10. Meds - Placebo
11. Afraid of Everyone - The National
12. A Tender History In Rust - Do Make Say Think
13. Lorelai - Fleet Foxes
14. Don't Turn the Light On, Leave Me Alone - Can
29 avr. 2011, 9h11m par hannahpatriciaI downloaded the extra tracks The Butcher and Supercollider by Radiohead and was pleasantly surprised, especially by The Butcher which sounds like it would fit perfectly on The Eraser. Supercollider needn't be so long but it's growing on me. Apparently the tracks would not fit on The King of Limbs but do Codex and Feral fit together, for example? The album is very scattered anyway I think and they should have but The Butcher on there to make it just a bit better (and longer!) It would have been the third best track behind Lotus Flower and Codex, which are both brilliant.
I guess as Radiohead are my favourite band I tried so so hard to find something in TKOL but ultimately, the real test has shown that I'm just not listening to it anymore. No matter how hard I and the critics try hard to find something the real fact is, it's just not good enough. Radiohead have said that In Rainbows was an agonizing process that the band never want to repeat but I hope that one day they decide they need to go through that process again. …