9 Feb 2012, 17:07 by rhodesy_
23 Apr 2011, 08:15 by Coffinwood_MillAfter much pestering, I've relented. Hope you folks are happy. Here is my Best In Indie / Misc. 2010 list.
Those who are actually interested, feel free to comment, criticize, and suggest any albums that you may have heard that I might have missed in any genre. Also, feel free to post your fave albums of 2010. There are so many great albums out there that it's impossible to hear them all.
I'm open to any listening suggestions!
http://i33.photobucket.com/albums/d61/Coffinwood_Mill/bullet-black.jpgAlso, if you are interested in other genres of music aside from those covered in this journal, feel free to visit my other journal entries covering the Best of Heavy Metal (link) and Neofolk / Martial / Neoclassical / Etc.(link) in 2010.
5 Feb 2011, 00:24 by muzikizumJanuary 2011
Happy New Year Mixtapers,
this is for ponchosqueal 18 songs beginning with 'New'. Simples.
1. New Day, New Way - Mick Softley
2. New Life - Depeche Mode
3. New Gods - Meat Puppets
4. New Rock Critic - Skull Kontrol
5. New Blood - Youngblood Brass Band
6. New Planet - Medeski, Martin & Wood
7. New Age - Sleepy Sun
8. New Orleans (Mardi Gras) - Southwind
9. New Face In Hell - The Fall
10. New Year's Eve - The Walkmen
11. The New Mobility - Belbury Poly
12. New Law - Xpozez
13. New Year's Day - U2
14. New Kid - Monokino
15. New Sheriff In Town - Sol.iLLaquists Of Sound
16. New Day - Body Language
17. New & Different Experiment - Si Begg
18. New Rubbing On That Old Darn Thing - Oscar's Chicago Swingers
This is for my good buddy PaoloTramezzani.
Well there certainly was a large selection to choose from so I settled for a double album…
7 Jan 2011, 02:51 by melys_cerys
21 Dec 2010, 23:53 by jurlacherAnother year down, in terms of mixes and...well, life in general I guess. This particular mix cleans up some loose ends from 2010 and gives a glimpse of what's to come in 2011. I'm not sure if next year can match this year as far as great music goes, but I'm very much looking forward to a number of things in the next few months.
1. The Candle Thieves - We're All Gonna Die (Have Fun)
2. Avalanche City - Love Love Love
3. A House For Lions - Evolution Calls
4. R.E.M. - Discoverer
5. ...And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead - Summer of All Dead Souls
6. Roadside Graves - Demons
7. Dessa - Children's Work
8. B. Dolan - Earthmovers
9. Ladytron - Ace of Hz
10. Iron & Wine - Walking Far From Home
11. Tired Pony - Dead American Writers
12. The Decemberists - Down By The Water
13. Eiffel - Ma Part D'Ombre
14. Huron - Corktown
15. The Gaslight Anthem - Tumbling Dice
3 Sep 2010, 03:55 by yippeeBack to School Special?
So I'm going to call that a summer break. I may have missed a couple (four) months here, but hopefully I can make up for it. I'm throwing in a couple extras this time around, to make up for my laziness.
1. Truls and the Trees
indie / pop / dance
Best tracks: Upside Journey, Ailanthus, Count Your Steps
2. The Candle Thieves
pop / rock / indie
Best tracks: The Sunshine Song, Sharks And Bears, Bright Lights, My Little Room
indie / pop / rock
Best tracks: Magic, Ladybug, Camera, Life Is Sweet
4. The D'Urbervilles
indie / electronic / techno
Best tracks: We Are Hunters, Dragnet, Hot Tips
5. Funeral Party
indie / rock / alternative
Best tracks: Carwars, Finale, Giant Song
6. Dominant Legs
indie / pop / rock
29 Mar 2010, 11:14 by JyotiMishraAnother busy Bzangy and hence loads more requests. This time for Tarkan, Saves The Day (yaaay!), Cap'n Jazz and Andrew Gold (double yaay!). Now, that's what I call discerning music taste!
The best new tune tonight is one that I've had in the car on repeat for the last couple of weeks. In 'Drugstore Diet', Anarbor have given me my poppunk anthem for this summer. It ticks all the boxes for me: it's hugely catchy and singalong, the lyrics are lovely and thoughtful and it makes me want to dance. God, if this came on when I was out, I think I'd go mental! Their debut album is released on the 20th April and I reckon if you've ever sung along to any Fallout Boy, CIWWAF, Saves The Day, Promise Ring or TBS, you'll most probably sing along to this album too. POP!
Tonight's best old track was a different TBS; Trembling Blue Stars' 'Abba On The Jukebox. …
25 Nov 2009, 04:25 by mephisto_darkI don't even want to take credit for this amazing podcast. Emmy, or better known as Archelon on Music Emissions took over the mic for this one and presents some great British acts you probably haven't heard of. Well, you should!
Hi all, this week’s podcast is brought to you direct from sunny (?) Manchester, where we’ve got a new wave of indiepop emerging from the depths of Britain’s underground clubs and pretentious indie cafes. And I (Archelon) am here to introduce you to some of them. Here’s the lineup:
The Candle Thieves – The Sunshine Song
The Hot Melts – Edith
Raygun – Just Because
The xx – Crystalised
Let’s Tea Party – Reptiles
And my classic rewind of the week: Blur – Entertain Me
It’s my first podcast for Music Emissions, I hope you all enjoy it and if not I promise to keep my mouth shut from now on.
Check out the Podcast
4 Jan 2009, 13:38 by paramedictweetJust so I don't forget them..
-Franz Ferdinand (lots of noise)
-The Strokes (immense gig, wow)
- Placebo (child-hood obsession)
-Morrissey (before the addiction..)
-We Are Scientists (bloody hot gig)
-Madness (Very, VERY surreal)
-Editors (Before their demise)
-Pixies (seminal, amazing band)
-Echo And The Bunnymen (mind-numbingly boring)
-Depeche Mode (not bad really)
-The Kooks (Surprisingly heavy-good)
Ashton Court 07
-The Fall (a complete mess)
T4 On the Beach
-Kaiser Chiefs (hyper little children)
-Manic Street Preachers (surprise act-brilliant)
-Funeral for a Friend (Slightly emo crap)
-Kate Nash (lovely twee songs)
-McFly (Music credibility gone)
-Robots in Disguise x4 (Four amazing shows)
-Coheed and Cambria (Crazy afro dude)
-Madina Lake (Love their hair)
-Circa Survive (Grandad apparelled man)
-Fightstar (Charlie Simpson.LOL.)
-Chris T-T x4 (Relaxing, witty songs)
-Oxygen Thief x 2.5 (Not bad folkster)
-Ladytron (moody but ace)