22 Sep 2010, 01:58 by joshblalock
28 Mar 2010, 01:37 by optimistic1Someone asked me what I've been listening to today and I was bored and put together a little cd/playlist. If your bored and want to put together a bad ass cd here is the list
4-Blanket and Crib
5-When The Devil's Loose
6-Greatest Show on Earth
9-Start a War
10-Oh The Vampyre
18-Flightless Bird, American Mouth
19-The Trial Of The Century
20-Black Sheep Boy
13 Mar 2010, 00:40 by fauxiaA new CD for my wife. This one is rather good gathering of songs, I gather.
1. Wilco - Impossible Germany
2. Blitzen Trapper - Black River Killer
3. The Antlers - Bear
4. Shearwater - The Snow Leopard
5. Tuomas Henrikin Jeesuksen Kristuksen Bändi - Käpytemppeli
6. The Shins - Young Pilgrims
7. Vampire Weekend - Cousins
8. Absoluuttinen Nollapiste - Kupit on kuin olisi häät
9. The Dresden Dolls - Girl Anachronism
10. God Help The Girl - Act of the Apostle
11. Okkervil River - A Hand to Take Hold of the Scene
12. Girls - Laura
13. Noah And The Whale - Blue Skies
14. Bat For Lashes - Sleep Alone
15. Au Revoir Simone - Shadows
16. The Shins - Kissing the Lipless
17. Doves - 10:03
18. Shearwater - Red Sea, Black Sea
19. Midlake - Roscoe
20. The Antlers - Epilogue
16 Jan 2010, 00:14 by VGoRiLLaZ
9 Jan 2010, 16:25 by brambilla77Happy 2010 to all of you!
Here is my top list of 2009 containing albums, track and gigs.
Feel free to share your opinion!
1/ Bill Callahan - Sometimes I Wish We Were an Eagle
Mr. Smog made an album that surpassed all his previous efforts. A little gem with lush instrumentations, clever lyrics and a leading role for the warm voice of Bill Callahan himself.
listen to: Too Many Birds / All Thoughts are Prey to Some Beast
2/ The XX - xx
Question: what is left of The XX once you erase all the hype around them? Answer: absolutely the same! Melancholy songs drenched in fuzzy guitars and electronics. Very curious to see them live in 2010.
listen to: Crystalised
3/ Fever Ray - Fever Ray
Karin Dreijer Andersson proves that she can create haunting electronica without her brother Olof too. …
2 Jan 2010, 00:46 by photon_man62ALBUMS
Animal Collective - Fall Be Kind
Nick Cave & Warren Ellis - White Lunar
The Antlers - Hospice
Moby - Wait for Me
Fever Ray - Fever Ray
The xx - xx
Muse - The Resistance
Iggy Pop - Préliminaires
Grizzly Bear - Veckatimest
Voo Voo i Haydamaky - VOO VOO I HAYDAMAKY
30 Dec 2009, 04:55 by crazylikeivanTop 10 Albums
10) Muse - The Resistance
9) Animal Collective - Merriweather Post Pavilion
8) Camera Obscura - My Maudlin Career
7) Dirty Projectors - Bitte Orca
6) Imogen Heap - Ellipse
5) Yeah Yeah Yeahs - It's Blitz!
4) St. Vincent - Actor
3) Bat for Lashes - Two Suns
2) The Antlers - Hospice
1) Phoenix - Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix
Top 10 Tracks
10) Imogen Heap - Canvas
9) Yeah Yeah Yeahs - Zero
8) St. Vincent - Actor Out of Work
7) Camera Obscura - French Navy
6) Lady Gaga - Bad Romance
5) Animal Collective - My Girls
4) Grizzly Bear - Two Weeks
3) Bat for Lashes - Glass
2) The Antlers - Bear
1) Phoenix - 1901
28 Dec 2009, 15:38 by fototapetaWith no particular order (some songs may actually be from 2008, but who cares?)
Animal Collective - Bluish
My fav from MPP, and it seems I'm not the only one who adores this certainly a m a z i n g song.
I'm not gonna bore you with all these My Girls, Brothersport etc etc, it would be too obvious.
Just one thing.
Animal Collective - On a Highway
Pantha du Prince - stick to my side (feat. panda bear)
♥ hahahah. Zajebiste. Oh, I meant... AWESOME.
Franz Ferdinand - Live Alone
Best use of disco this year!
Phoenix - Lisztomania
This vid ;*
Phoenix - 1901
(Lasso, Love Like a Sunset, Armistice, they all deserve to be here, but I decided it's enough of Phoenix already)
Andrew Bird - Oh No
28 Dec 2009, 14:31 by ainoac
24 Dec 2009, 22:37 by TheDarkCrusaderHospice by The Antlers
If you've ever discussed music with me for longer than 10 minutes, this won't come as a surprise. I think Hospice is amazingly fantastic. I'd go so far as to say it's my favorite album of the decade.
If you're listening to it casually, it sounds soft, slow, and possibly even boring. In fact, that is how all my friends have described it: boring. But when you give it your full attention and really pay attention to the music and the lyrics, it's heartbreakingly beautiful. It's subtlety yet meticulously constructed and not a note feels out of place. This is the only album I've heard that can have lines like "Daddy was an asshole, he fucked you up" and still make it sound like a lullaby.
The whole album tells the story of a man waiting by his wife's side as she dies of bone cancer. She's angry and only feels bitter towards him, and you don't know why at first. But as the story progresses, you are given flashbacks and insight into these two characters' lives. …