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30. Jan. 2008, 20:47 von yopizzaOne of my favourite of all time Singing Under the Rainbow by World's End Girlfriend.
The other more recent one, in a strangely very similar style is Exhausted Machine Island by Joseph Nothing.
That really strikes me. Like a melody that echoes to some glitch which represents the chaos of life pattern.
Thank you to these great artist for producing such emotional music. Thank you so much.
28. Dez. 2007, 3:57 von cerebral_itchmusical grades this year
Alasehir - The Stone Sentinels
Baikal - Baikal
Heliocentrics - Out There [Now-Again]
Sixtoo - Jackals and Vipers in Envy of Man
Alva Noto - Xerrox Vol. 1 [Raster-Noton]
Pluramon - The Monstrous Surplus
Stars of the Lid - And Their Refinement of the Decline
Vladislav Delay - Whistleblower
Christ - Blue Shift Emissions
Christopher Willits - Plants and Hearts [Room40]
Deadbeat - Journeyman's Annual [~Scape]
Dinosaur Jr - Beyond
Disrupt - Foundation Bit
People Press Play - People Press Play
M83 - Digital Shades Vol. 1
Odd Nosdam - This is my Element soundtrack
Peter Broderick - Retreat/Release
Yesterday's New Quintet - Yesterday's Universe
Amon Tobin - Foley Room
David Lynch - Inland Empire soundtrack
Eliot Lipp - City Synthesis
Gareth Hardwick - Aurora
Luke Vibert - Chicago, Detroit, Redruth
Nimoy - Untitled
Nomadic - Trek 19 [Touchin' Bass]
Rafael Anton Irisarri - Daydreaming
8. Jun. 2007, 13:19 von lectronice..and you're reading it. This is just a test, actually.
But since you're here, I strongly recommend World's End Girlfriend. This guy composes a kickass mix of post-rock, classic, jazz and electro. Something like Joseph Nothing playing with Godspeed You! Black Emperor, with sometimes a little bit of Bohren & der Club of Gore in the background.
I still don't know which album I prefer. My three favorites are Hurtbreak Wonderland, The Lie Lay Land and dream's end come true.
Scorpius Circus, live with seven other musicians:
We are the massacre - the happiest video ever:
17. Apr. 2007, 3:42 von gravesendneck#13 - April '07
the second video game influenced mix sans cutesy, running about 24 minutes
01 Germlin - Up Early, For Hours
02 Crystal Castles - xxzxczx me
03 Gay Against You - I Put My Hood Up
04 DJ Scotch Egg - Scotch Attack
05 Crystal Castles vs. Comic Book Fever - TV Babies
06 Fizzy DINo POp - The Great Longneck Migration
07 Crystal Castles - HC
08 Joseph Nothing - Drunk Punk Funk
09 Germlin - With Tea
10 Yoko, Oh No! - Paul Machine (Germlin Remix)
11 Crystal Castles - Seed
12 Crystal Castles - Magic Spells
3. Jul. 2006, 19:11 von c3o01 The Most Serene Republic (72) - I bought "Phages" two months ago at their show (supporting the Stars), but only recently managed to give it a listen. what the hell was I waiting for? this easily beats the debut.
02 Vitaminsforyou (57) - "the legend of bird's hill": more underappreciated indietronica
03 James Figurine (40) - the new album by the guy behind Dntel is mistakenly mistakenly mistakenly mistakenly named.
04 The Gerbils (33)
05 OK Go (30)
06 Two Gallants (25) - seen live in may without knowing them before. not really my genre (alt country?), but their performance blew me away.
07 Architecture in Helsinki (22)
08 The Knife (21)
09 Pepe Deluxe (20)
09 Sunset Rubdown (20)
11 Say Hi To Your Mom (19) - new album imminent! listen
11 Unicorns (19)
13 Turntablerocker (18)
13 Tilly and the Wall (18) - bottoms of barrels
15 Mountain Goats (17)
15 The Robot Ate Me (17) - good world
17 Asobi Seksu (16) - citrus
12. Jun. 2006, 12:52 von djgizmoeOkay, now I'm really going back into my Japanzine review archives, but as most folks probably didn't hear about them when the came out originally...
Warner Music Japan
There’s really no safe place to start exploring the work of Sakamoto Ryuichi. From the self-conscious Kraftwerk worship of his Yellow Magic Orchestra days, to his Okinawa-flavored world electronica in the early 80’s, through his award-winning soundtrack works in the mid 80’s, his jazz-pop flirtations in the early 90’s and, most recently, through his avante-garde orchestral scores, Sakamoto has always gone off in unexpected directions. CHASM is no exception. Why this is touted as Sakamoto’s first “pop” album years is beyond me, considering this is hardly normal J-pop. First, the Korean hip-hop of “Undercooled”, then throbbing industrial noise with “Coro”, followed by the spoken word ambience of “War & Peace”, and it doesn’t get any easier from there. …
21. Jan. 2006, 5:13 von djgizmoeAh, the last night of forbidden nocturnal pleasures in Tokyo for a long time to come. After a one-hour nap ln the late afternoon yesterday, I got the crazy idea that I'd like to waste some money. Although salsa night at Speak-Ez (http://www.speak-ez.jp/) seemed the best option, I decided instead to go hog-wild and go to Tokyo. After checking the Tokyo Gig Guide (http://www.tokyogigguide.com/), I found a cool-sounding event at Womb (http://www.womb.co.jp/) and hopped on the bullet train.
First stop, as usual, the sleazy gaijin wonderland that is Roppongi. Gas Panic (http://www.gaspanic.co.jp/) has a bad rep, and it's deserved for the most part, but a) happy hour goes till 9:30 and b) there's no better place to just randomly be able to talk to someone and not get ignored. After watching Wild Boyz on the in-bar monitors for awhile upstairs, I went down and danced around for awhile (to what, I shall not reveal, but let's just say it was crap). …
21. Dez. 2005, 0:50 von sabiidotcom■IRIZO 1st ANNIVERSARY feat.μ-ziq
1月20日(金) 23:00 open
DOOR : ￥4000 with flyer ￥3500 / WOMB MEMBER ￥3000
μ-Ziq a.k.a Mike Paradinas(planet-μ),
Capitol K (VROOM SOUND,Faith & Industry,planet-μ)
milch of source(ex.milky-chu/ROMZ)