14 Jan 2013, 23:41 by jazhall_uk
8 Jan 2013, 07:51 by Pelukinicontinuous...
Fidlar - Fidlar
Yo La Tengo - Fade
Virals - Strange Fruit EP
Wussy - … Popular Favorites
Föllakzoid - II
Pissed Jeans - Honeys
Purling Hiss - Water on Mars
Ex Cops - True Hallucinations
The Night Marchers - Allez Allez
Warm Soda - Someone for You
Bed Wettin' Bad Boys - Ready for Boredom
Cyclopean - Weeks EP
Adam Green & Binki Shapiro - Adam Green & Binki Shapiro
Mikal Cronin - Shout It Out single
The History of Apple Pie - Out of View
Blackout Beach - Blues Trip
Psychic Ills - One Track Mind
Eat Skull - III
Autre Ne Veut - Anxiety
Campfires - Tomorrow, Tomorrow
The Go- FIESTA
Hookworms - pearl mystic
The KVB - Immaterial Visions
Chelsea Light Moving - Chelsea Light Moving
Cheatahs - Extended Play
Destruction Unit - Void
Happy Jawbone Family Band - Tastes de Broom
Spray Paint - Spray Paint
The Feeling of Love - Reward Your Grace
Tony Molina - Dissed And Dismissed
Waxahatchee - Cerulean Salt
Black Pus - All My Relations
Grave Babies - Crusher
7 Jan 2013, 14:38 by DandelionRadioFestive 50:
Continuing a Christmas tradition started by the late BBC broadcaster John Peel in 1976, an assortment of our DJs will be counting down through the best 50 tracks from 2012, as voted for by listeners to Dandelion Radio. Neil Jenkins, Pete Jackson, Mark Whitby, Rocker, Rachael Neiman, Andrew Morrison and take it in turns to reveal the chart in reverse order, with Jeff Grainger announcing this year's winner! The show will broadcast daily (at different times) from Christmas Day until the end of January.
Andy's first show for 2013 features three hours of tracks from the very best releases over the last year - the vast majority of which you won't have heard him play before - including Human Don't Be Angry, The Horn the Hunt, Team Ghost, Breton, Ghost Society, The Twilight Sad, Errors, Stealing Sheep and many more. There's another chance to hear a couple of session tracks recorded exclusively for the show in the last twelve months from Cygnus X-1 and Atomizer, along with Scott's Funky Five Minutes. …
3 Jan 2013, 20:21 by Adrian347I. End of year lists
II. Albums I listened to
III. EPs, splits and singles I listened to
IV. Albums I didn't get to
V. EPs, splits and singles I didn't get to
Thanks to anyone who reads this. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.
I. TOP 20 ALBUMS OF 2013!
1. Kanye West - Yeezus
2. Death Grips - Government Plates
3. Danny Brown - Old
4. Touché Amoré - Is Survived By
5. Colin Stetson - New History Warfare Vol. 3: To See More Light
6. KEN mode - Entrench
7. Boards of Canada - Tomorrow's Harvest
8. Autechre - Exai
9. My Bloody Valentine - m b v
10. Waxahatchee - Cerulean Salt
11. Run the Jewels - Run the Jewels
12. Sigur Rós - Kveikur
13. Baths - Obsidian
14. Atoms for Peace - AMOK
15. Vår - No One Dances Quite Like My Brothers
16. Nails - Abandon All Life
17. Earl Sweatshirt - Doris
18. The Dillinger Escape Plan - One of Us Is the Killer
19. James Blake - Overgrown
20. Pere Ubu - Lady from Shanghai
Tim Hecker - Virgins
30 Dec 2012, 12:22 by Zero_my_heroAnother year passed. Who gives a fuck?
TOP 10 LP:
10. Future of the Left: The Plot Against Common Sense
In 2012 it's very hard to create epic music without being ridiculous. One possible method is to mix up epicness with great quantities of "motherfuckerness".
9. Global Goon: Quonk
Monstre compilation of the most bizarre acid songs I've ever heard in my life.
8. pozvakowski.: sevenpeopleleft
Way more noisy and aggressive like their previous works. Full with energy, gives you beautiful pictures of isolation.
7. Tim Hecker & Daniel Lopatin: Instrumental Tourist
Inspired, wonderfully psychedelic wall of sounds. Just as good as the artists.
6. Peter Brötzmann Chicago Tentet: Walk, Love, Sleep
Fucked-up jazz monsters, manifesto of serious madness.
5. Moritz von Oswald Trio: Fetch
Long, slow, dark, erotic, surprising - best soundtrack for being alone high and sad.
4. Kid606: Lost in the Game
I really like this new direction of Kid606. …
4 Nov 2012, 16:05 by MrGtD2007:
Rush (First Midwest Bank Amphitheater 9/8/07)
Against Me! (Allstate Arena 2/25/08)
Elvis Costello (Allstate Arena 5/11/08)
Foo Fighters (Allstate Arena 2/25/08)
The Police (Allstate Arena 5/11/08)
Serj Tankian (Allstate Arena 2/25/08)
Weezer (Allstate Arena 10/2/08)
Bear Claw (Bottom Lounge 6/28/09)
Built to Spill (Pitchfork Music Festival 7/17/09)
The Flaming Lips (Allstate Arena 12/11/09)
The Jesus Lizard (Pitchfork Music Festival 7/17/09)
Phoenix (Allstate Arena 12/11/09)
Pixies (Aragon Ballroom 11/21/09)
Jay Reatard (Aragon Ballroom 11/21/09)
Shearwater (Jay Pritzker Pavillion 8/10/09)
Shellac (Bottom Lounge 6/28/09)
Shellac (Jay Pritzker Pavillion 8/10/09)
Sonic Youth (Vic Theatre 6/28/09)
Three Second Kiss (Bottom Lounge 6/28/09)
Yo La Tengo (Pitchfork Music Festival 7/17/09)
Pete Yorn (Allstate Arena 12/11/09)
Big Boi (Pitchfork Music Festival 7/18/10)
The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion (Pitchfork Music Festival 7/17/10)
14 Aug 2012, 17:21 by Te_Grobelchecked
Shellac, Max Tundra, Ozric Tentacles, Pissed Jeans, Deep Purple, Osjan, Max i Kelner, Miłość, Rootsman, Legendary Pink Dots, Apteka, Future Islands, The Necks, Earth, Kormorany, Kaman, Księżyc, Pablopavo & Ludziki, Radian, Robert Hood
Lightning Bolt, Dominique Leone, North Sea Radio Orchestra, William D. Drake, Cardiacs, The Jesus Lizard, Devin Townsend, DJ Revolution, Quintron
16 May 2012, 13:14 by CraigMcDerm0ttPart V: Spring 2011
1. Gorgeous. Kanye West. My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy. 2010.
Still patting myself on the back for being one of the few people to see 808’s & Heartbreak as a quality, innovative step forward for Kanye when the album came out my senior year of college. The haters talked shit about Yeezy losing his touch, but I found myself nonetheless impressed by the singular commitment and visionary approach West utilized on that album. So when I pulled up the Pitchfork homepage during Fall Finals in December of my 2L year and saw that…holy shit…10.0 rating next to My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy, I could not download the album fast enough.
I was writing a final paper when I first listened to the album, hearing each song for the first time, appropriately, as part of the album in its entirety (an ultra rare occurence for me these days). “Gorgeous” was the album’s second track, and it was the one where that caused me to sit back for a minute and just marvel at the barrage…
11 Apr 2012, 23:11 by OwainTreharneI think this is the full list. Almost. Probably missed a few. Maintaining is a hell of a lot easier than starting it
Acid Mothers Temple & The Melting Paraiso U.F.O. x 3 !!!!
The Admiral Sir Cloudesley Shovell
Afro Celt Sound System
The Afternoon Gentleman
Against Me! x 2
Alkaline Trio x 2
Aluk Todolo !!!!
...And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead x 2 !!!!
Angels & Airwaves
Angel Witch x 2
Animals as Leaders
Architects x 2
Art of Burning Water
Ash x 3
At the Drive-In
At the Gates x 3 !!!!
Basement Torture Killings
The Beach Boys
Bedouin Soundclash x 3
Behemoth x 2
Between the Buried and Me x 2
16 Mar 2012, 12:51 by mojelastfm