Recommend me… Loads of music

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  • Recommend me… Loads of music
  • atlaz
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    Plaid
    Animal Collective (lots of peoples album of the year)
    Atlas Sound
    M83
    Boards of Canada (nothing new for years but still amazing)
    Gallows (if you like a bit of guitar stuff)
    Battles
    Flying Lotus
    Kings of Convenience

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    CheesybeanZ – Member
    http://www.thetempertrap.net/Home/
    the temper trap , i did hear a Fern (i`am so cool) cotton call them
    the tempest trap

    Er, well the folder on my PC is call Tempest Trap, but that ain't what it says on the CD 😳

    chvck
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    Slagsmalsklubben – Properly happy stuff that's quite similiar to Royskopp but a bit more 8-bit.

    An album called "Creature Feature" by Pendulum (not the pendulum that exist now, different group that were about before them but also from Australia).

    brick
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    Can
    Neu!
    The Postal Sevice
    Cornershop
    Noah & The Whale (newest album)
    Wire
    Pere Ubu
    Let The Music Play by Shannon
    Afrika Bambaataa & The Soul Sonic Force
    Breezin' by George Benson
    Kraftwerk
    Amon Duul
    Galaxie 500
    Bongwater
    Slowdive
    The Telescopes
    New Fast Automatic Daffodils.

    DJ Andy Smith – The Document Collection. Also worth downloading his Electric Picnic, Wellingtom and Essential Selection sessions.

    RichPenny
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    Aphex Twin, espcially Richard D James album or I Care Because You Do
    Sigur Ros, especially the untitled () album
    Shostakovich, Piano Concerto No. 2
    Nick Drake, especially Pink Moon
    Fionn Regan, The End Of History
    Talk Talk, Spirit Of Eden and Laughing Stock
    Photek, Hidden Camera ep
    Iron and Wine, Our Endless Numbered Days
    F*ck Buttons, Tarot Sport
    Brian Eno, Apollo, Music for Films

    Dobbo
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    Got Cage The Elephant on at the moment, good way to start the weekend.

    atlaz
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    Rich – Went to the 20th birthday of Warp Records last week. Despite the fact Aphex Twin is touring and has a place nearby, he didn't turn up. Was gutted.

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    Bit eclectic but you could try
    Sunn O)))-their CD Monoliths and Dimensions is the album of 2009 IMHO

    Nadja-Radience of Shadows is as good as any for an introduction to the band

    Bass Communion-Ambient side project of Steven Wilson of Porcupine Tree

    Wolves in The Throne Room-Ambient Black Metal if you can get your head round that

    Or slightly more mainstream
    Opeth

    Porcupine Tree

    Alabama 3

    backhander
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    The Stills
    metric (if you haven't already)
    MSTRKRFT
    Shout out louds
    Spoon (definately check this out)
    Yeah yeah yeahs
    oh and get some of the roots in your life (I recommend Phrenology and illadelph halflife).

    vdubber67
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    +1 for 65daysofstatic – truly an awesome band.

    Maybeshewill are good in a heavy post rock fashion….

    fubar
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    N-Dubz …well it kept me amused…better than expected!

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    My ISP is probably about to get upset at me. Thanks guys! Some names I know, some names I don't.

    The "recommend me" option has now completely died from all the random picks πŸ™‚ I confused it before by downloading Slayer and Bach at the same time, for weeks it refused to recommend me anything but Apocalyptica and the metallica S&M album. But now it's just dead…

    Gibby

    sunn o)))

    That's some nice jolly music there.
    Quite fitting for winter mind.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4dWOUaoksZI

    Sorry I misread the post (I thought it said 'loads of money'

    IGMC

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    Benji

    First time I've seen Sunn O))) described as jolly nice πŸ™‚

    Saw them a couple of days ago for the first time and was totally blown away it was the only gig I've been to where earplugs were reccomended and were given out on entry to the venue

    Quality. Reminds me of old live Godflesh stuff a bit. Man I need to get some new music too.

    Anyone remember Throbbing Gristle? They brought a new one out recently. Not heard it though.

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    Jesu, Justin Broadrick's latest project have a new EP out – Opiate Sun not heard it yet myself though

    Cool. Think I've got Silver lying around somewhere. I'm gonna dig it out now you've reminded me. Techno Animal was another one of his as well I think.

    fubar
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    just found an archive of Q albums of the year from 1986 onwards…rocklist

    also this site:- timepieces

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    You could give Khanate's Clean Hands Go Foul a try if you're really up for a challenge (definately not for the faint hearted)

    tony_m
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    gibby – Member

    Benji

    First time I've seen Sunn O))) described as jolly nice πŸ™‚

    Saw them a couple of days ago for the first time and was totally blown away it was the only gig I've been to where earplugs were reccomended and were given out on entry to the venue
    Likewise. Best show I've seen felt in a long time!!! πŸ™‚

    And a big thumbs-up for Monoliths and Dimensions. 8)

    Goz
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    Ladytron
    Unkle
    Apollo 440
    Bat for Lashes
    Blackfield
    Blood Red Shoes
    Breaks Co-Op
    Death in Vegas
    Fink
    Husky Rescue
    Jacob Golden
    Joan as a Police Woman
    One Eskimo
    Shy Child

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    Tarwater – Silur (Got it the same time as Labradford…)
    Luna
    Can (esp Delay 1968, Tago Mago and Ege Bamyasi in the 2007 remixed versions)
    Cat Power (esp Jukebox and Moonpix)
    Bonnie 'Prince' Billy and his various guises
    Clogs – Lantern
    Noah & The Whale – the first days of spring
    Doc (& Merle) Watson – Sittin here pickin the blues and Trouble in Mind
    Miles Davis – In a Silent Way & Tribute to Jack Johnson
    Bill Callahan – Sometimes I wish we were an eagle
    Jason Molina – Pyramid Electric Co
    The Amalgamated Sons of Rest
    Jeffrey Lewis (12 Crass Songs and Em I are)
    Tinarewin – Amassakoul & Aman Iman
    Stina Nordenstam – And She Closed Her Eyes
    Pavement – Brighten the Corners & Wowee Zowee
    Nick Cave – Dig Lazarous Dig!!!
    Davey Graham, Bert Jansch, Martin Simpson & Chris Wood.
    Gillian Welsh.

    HTH…

    vooomvooom
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    Autechre
    Four Tet
    Plaid
    Bonobo
    Menomena
    Electrelane….

    vooomvooom – Member

    Autechre

    Genius. Second Bad Vilbel has got to be one of the benchmarks of electronic music. Quality video too.

    Dangerboy
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    "Spoon (definately check this out)"
    …didn't they do that awesome video with the little yellow dancing robot?

    *Hang on…*

    http://www.engadget.com/2007/08/16/keepon-dancing-robot-featured-in-spoons-latest-music-video/

    atlaz
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    voomvoom – Plaid played last weekend at Warp20 as well. Amazing set.

    RichPenny
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    Second Bad Vilbel has got to be one of the benchmarks of electronic music.

    They've written so many seminal tracks, it's scary. Krib is my favourite though. Saw them live a few times in that era. Stunning πŸ˜€ Also remember being at The Fridge in Brixton a few weeks before Tri Repetae came out. Bloke in the back room played the whole album, and within a few seconds it was obvious what it was. For me that's what distinguishes the very best electronic artists.

    vooomvooom
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    My personal favourite at the moment is 'Flutter' from 'Anti-'…

    but you're right benji_allen, Second Bad Vilbel is amazing!

    Spiritualized

    bright eye's

    conner obesrt

    monsters of folk

    any thing by any of the above πŸ™‚

    fennesz
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    King Midas Sound – Waiting For You
    Shackleton – Three EPs

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    I've made it to the bottom of page 1! Wooo! Not actually listened to any of it yet mind. My phone lines are glowing.

    sodafarls
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    Check out Ben Frost's "By the throat", and Dirty Projectors' "Bitte Orca". Two very different but great records released this year that won't fade in greatness anytime soon.

    carbon337
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    Having folky stuff on at the mo…..

    Mumford and Sons
    Fleet Foxes

    Dobbo
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    Thanks to 59 times the pain for recommending Russian Circles, I've got loads of there stuff now and am loving it and playing it loud!

    Cheers.

    Gordon Gano and the Ryans "under the sun" new CD is pretty good listening.

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    Anyone digging M83's first two albums would also probably enjoy Ulrich Schnauss.

    Here's a tune on youtube
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    I must get his most recent album actually.

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