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30 Sep 2009, 20:21 by DandelionRadioAndrew Morrison:
Dandelion Radio marks the 5th anniversary of John Peel's death with "Peel Legends" month in October. Andy's 3-hour show features brand new sessions from past session guests on John's BBC Radio 1 show. You'll hear exclusive material from Eat Static, Davey MacManus (of The Crimea), The Aphrodisiacs, Decoration and Martin Carr, as well as some classic tracks from Extreme Noise Terror. On top of all this is a "New Legends" session from Atomizer, whom Andy feels John would've approved of. You'll also hear a New Order jukebox track from their 1998 Peel session; Teresa and Scott's monthly selections; and details of the 2009 Festive Fifty.
Jeff will be featuring two 'New Legends' Sessions for his October Show. First two songs from Clutter (There should have been three but the CD player buggered up!) recorded exclusively for the show. Whilst wolfram wire 'curates' the second exclusive and invites his friends Roj (Broadcast) Kristian Goddard (Woman…
4 Sep 2009, 21:54 by diridadaJarvis Cocker, Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, Dub War, Sly & The Family Stone, Turbonegro, Nosaj Thing, Primus, Bon Iver, The Tiger Lillies, Tesco Value,
The Dead Weather
♫ So Far From Your Weapon
♫ 60 Feet Tall
Explosions in the Sky, Mogwai, Aesop Rock, Crosby, Stills & Nash, Damian Marley, Moderat, Wood Spider, Morrisey, Zdob Şi Zdub, Caetano Veloso, Times New Viking, Big Black, Deerhunter, Fleet Foxes,
Virginiana Miller, Figli Di Madre Ignota, Paolo Benvegnù, Babalot, Stearica, Banda Bassotti, Massimo Volume, Truzzi Broders, Rough, Il Cielo Sopra Bagdad, Å, Fiamma Fumana, El Topo, Non Voglio Che Clara, Federico Fiumani, Wu Ming, Amore, N.A.N.O, Banda Elastica Pellizza, Sick Tamburo, The Niro, La quiete, Diaframma, Il Rumore Del Fiore Di Carta,
13 Jun 2009, 13:10 by boredmxThe latest journalworthy discoveries:
1. Vessels with their album White Fields And Open Devices.
This album blew me away.. Talking in the terms of genre, you'll find some overprocessed post-rock here, as well as some incidents of ambient, evident math-rock etc. It's just lovely - a balance is restored in this album through a) heavy parts b) mellow ambient parts c) emotional vocals d) overall songwritting skills. Generally I could call this like - Mogwai piano mood + Oceansize.
Outstanding tracks - of course the absolutely amazing Yuki, Trois Heures and Look at that Cloud!.
Even though if I'm correct Wixel is more of a electronic band, their Two Old Songs is more of a "cute" indie instrumental type. And I liked the EP just for that - some signs of wood-folk, nice organic electronica. I found this a perfect soundtrack for a moody foggy day. Perfect for listening in the middle of the woods, lul.
3. And So I Watch You From Afar
30 Dec 2008, 18:43 by AllRoadsLeadOK, another year, another chart..This year I've struggled, maybe I left it too late, maybe there's just been too much great music, regardless, I found a flat 50 to be too tough a challenge..As usual, there's no particular order, other than the top group being an alphabetical list, composed of my personal favourites and the other being solely alphabetical..Enjoy..
Ala Muerte - Santa Maria
Arcana - Raspail
Bersarin Quartett - Bersarin Quartett
Bohren und der Club of Gore - Dolores
Caina- Temporary Antennae
The Evpatoria Report - Maar
Grails - Take Refuge in Clean Living
Her Name Is Calla - The Heritage
Immune- Not Until Morning
Jacaszek - Treny
Les Fragments De La Nuit - Musique du Crepuscule
Madame de Montespan - Epilogue d'un Desastre
Moon Prototype - Dusty Lane
Our Brother the Native - Make Amends For We Are Merely Vessels
Peter Broderick - Float
Pivot - Oh Soundtrack My Heart
The Seven Mile Journey - The Metamorphosis Project
20 Aug 2008, 12:51 by JimmyBagThu 14 Aug – Stearica, Solaris, Morēna
The gig started somewhere between 21:30 - 22:00, I think. The first band was Morēna. They were playing alternative-something(maybe metal,no?), not sure. Anywho.. not intending to bash the band, but it's not like I'm eager to here them again or EVER for that matter. After few songs I had my fair share of this band and went to "listen" to this band elsewhere.
So eventually I guess they ran out of time .. or y'know songs (yeay!*) and me & my classmate(I met my classmate there, btw) came back to sit through Solaris(the one from Latvia). From post hardcore/post rock they've emerged to a really slow sludge/post rock band, which in my opinion sucks great big kahones(balls), but a lot of people like their new slow/sound-dragging/no-end-in-sight style, so, quoting FuckReligion: "Whatever blows your skirt, big boy". Eventually they stopped playing(double yeay!*), which meant I'm gonna hear what I came to hear.
16 Jul 2008, 21:42 by Niewsie
6 Jul 2008, 13:28 by Davidian908This is a list where I'll keep track of artists I've seen perform live. Some multiple times but I don't feel like keeping track of that.
...And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead
Acid Mothers Temple and The Melting Paraiso U.F.O.
Altar of Plagues
Amon Düül II
Before the Dawn
Bohren & der Club of Gore
Children of Bodom
Church of Misery
Cradle of Filth
Cult of Luna
24 Apr 2008, 08:34 by artemijs