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14 Jan 2008, 18:51 by bebuquinAlbums 2007
1. Band of Horses – Cease To Begin
2. Pantha du Prince – This Bliss
3. The Student Body Presents – Arts & Sciences
4. Feist – The Reminder
5. Nina Simone – Remixed & Reimagined
6. Avey Tare & Kria Brekkan – Pullhair Rubeye
7. Frog Eyes – Tears Of The Valedictorian
8. Sambassadeur – Migration
9. Nick Drake – Family Tree
10. Panda Bear – Person Pitch
11. Tied & Tickled Trio – Aelita
12. Animal Collective – Strawberry Jam
13. The Felice Brothers – Tonight At The Arizona
14. Phosphorescent – Pride
15. LCD Soundsystem – Sound Of Silver
16. Naked Lunch – This Atom Heart Of Ours
17. Devendra Banhart – Smokey Rolls Down Thunder Canyon
18. Amiina – Kurr
19. The Bees – Octopus
20. CocoRosie - The Adventures Of Ghosthorse And Stillborn
21. Arthur & Yu – In Camera
22. Apparat – Walls
23. Burial – Untrue
24. Radical Face – Ghost
25. Chica and The Folder – Under The Balcony
26. Yeasayer – All Hour Cymbals
27. The Soulsavers - It's Not How Far You Fall It’s The Way You Land
8 Dec 2007, 22:03 by rozebanaanhttp://static.rateyourmusic.com/album_images/s821681.jpg
20. Arthur & Yu – In Camera
When i’m older i want to make duets with nice, softly whispering women. They’d sing nice songs and I, with my rusty old voice – all messed up by the cigarettes i don’t smoke & the whisky i don’t dring – would do the male back-up. We’d keep the tradition alive that Arthur & Yu have kept alive. And that Lee & Nancy have started.
Sounds Like: Lee Hazlewood & Nancy Sinatra, Isobel Campbell & Mark Lanegan
19. Pinback – Autumn Of the Seraphs
Pinback is big in Belgium. Both concerts (belgium ain’t that big) were completely sold out... There’s this show on Belgian Radio and they made them big I guess (duyster that show is called, guess you all saw those tags already sometimes) ... a combination between incredibly intelligent pop, harmonic singing that kicks ass & softcore math rock. …
7 Dec 2007, 02:33 by bboysgirlRecently, I asked all my Last.fm friends to tell me what their current favorite song is. It was an experiment to discover some new music and learn something about the people whom I call "friend" here.
My Last.fm Friends' Favorite Songs
Count In Fives by The Horrors (punk)
Innversion by Himuki featuring Kero One (hip-hop)
Block by The Church (rock)
I've Never Seen Your Face by Marc Almond (rock)
Passing Me By by The Pharcyde (hip-hop)
Class Of 73 Bells by Prefuse 73 (hip-hop)
Gravedigger by Dave Matthews and Tim Reynolds (contemporary rock)
Hot Lava by Perry Farrell & D.V.D.A. (rock)
Swing Your Heartache by Young Galaxy (alternative)
Outside the City by Young Galaxy (alternative)
Flux by Bloc Party (alternative)
Down At McDonaldz by Electric Six (alternative)
8 Nov 2007, 15:32 by DarthStenchI saw The Decemberists, Anathallo,Stars and Broken Social Scene in one week.
The Decemberists were phenom. It was the second show of the first stop on the long/short of it tour, the shortsong night. The tour was cancelled after this stop, so I'll post every video I can find of it here for ya.
These first few are from the long night, which wasn't at due to financial restrictions and schedule conflicts. Some of these and the later videos appear here by the courtesy of my homie Maria! (username:heytheremaria)
These are from the shortofit night.
Laura Veirs opened.
These first five or so were just the band sitting in five chairs at the front of the stage, unplugged-ish and intimate and awesome. …
25 Sep 2007, 17:17 by vacantlipsMon 24 Sep – Iron & Wine, Arthur & Yu, Sin Ropas
Jammin' & Wine
Iron & Wine, Arthur & Yu, Sin Ropas 9/24/07 (Cleveland, OH)
Iron & Wine's setlist in Cleveland was the same as Chicago except "Jezebel" was in place of "Woman King". I didn't hear many shouts for requests during the show, but once Sam came back for the encore, shouts of "Trapeze Swinger" were coming from all over the room to which he responded "don't you guys have to work tomorrow or something?" Honestly, I really wanted to hear it although I wasn't a member of the chorus of chanters for it, but "A History of Lovers" was just beautiful. I really enjoyed the quieter songs that were closer to traditional Iron & Wine a lot. It was cool to hear the fuller, alternate versions to "On Your Wings", "Upward Over the Mountain", and "Jezebel"…
23 Aug 2007, 19:40 by mrkvmOkay, I haven't posted here in over two months? Sad. This is supposed to the the place for me to post about music.
At the beginning of the year, I had this grand plan to try to review new music as it came out. This way, when it was time to do my year-end list, I'd be better off. That lasted for like one week, and now I'm looking at a long list of accumulated musical awesomeness. Plus, we haven't even gotten to the traditional year-end glut of goodness. Heck, I haven't even got my hands on the new M.I.A. yet, which everyone is seeming to love (it shows up in my mailbox this afternoon, thankfully).
Anyway, here's a list of great stuff so far this year, which is coming totally off the top of my head and certainly missing some things.
Amon Tobin:The Foley Room
The Arcade Fire:Neon Bible
Arthur & Yu:In Camera
Bat for Lashes:Fur and Gold
Caribou:Andorra (okay, I just got this, but it seems like it's gonna be great).
6 Aug 2007, 21:13 by catcart