What Are You Listening To Right Now?

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  • I actually had this feeling when I saw the cover of Contra that that girl's picture wasn't on there with permission. Weird. I don't think that's right =/
  • I saw Deerhunter when they opened for NIN in Toronto last year. I like their music, but theyre sound was shitty in that huge venue.
  • i've really really REALLY been into Flying Lotus lately.
  • In my head I'm listening to Best Coast - Boyfriend. They're like the female vocal version of the Drums. But a bit less pop.
  • also listening to crazy renditions of Ocarina of Time music
  • [quote="156curses"]In my head I'm listening to Best Coast - Boyfriend. They're like the female vocal version of the Drums. But a bit less pop.[/quote] I love them! I got to see them for free on Tuesday. I'm listening to Panda Bear boots, heh. But lately (well since yesterday...) I've been really into the new album by The Books, [i]The Way Out[/i], it's amazing.
  • the latest Black Moth Super Rainbow album "Eating Us" I wish I still had my vocoder <!-- s:( --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/sad.gif" alt=":(" title="sad" /><!-- s:( -->
  • Crazy... I'm listening to BMSR right now! But only Dandelion Gum. Testing out my new headphones with all my electronic music.
  • [quote="Paige"] But lately (well since yesterday...) I've been really into the new album by The Books, [i]The Way Out[/i], it's amazing.[/quote] awesome Paige! I love that album! i've really been at a loss as what to listen to lately.
  • I saw your love for the books the other day, Paige, and while I was at the record store scouring for cheap CD's I saw Thought for Food on sale for 10 dollars, so I bought it. It's a really beautiful album, albeit a little sad (especially Motherless Bastard. My word, is that heartbreaking). A definite good purchase. Right now I'm listening to some King Crimson. Probably going to listen to Dinosaur Feathers next!
  • I haven't heard that one but judging by how they were on 'The Way Out' and your word it's probably great! I'm listening to the ODDSAC audio now.....
  • Well, might come as a surprise but I recently found a love for Megadeth. Rust in Peace is easily in my Top 10 albums right now. Thinking of checking out more Thrash Metal real soon.
  • I'm listening to Lali Puna - Our Inventions. I'm sure I've mentioned before how much I adore this album. I want to listen to some Beach Fossils soon.
  • Antony and the Johnsons self-titled. Such an awesome singer-songwriter.
  • John Martyn's "Solid Air" [url=http://www.allmusic.com/cg/amg.dll?p=amg&sql=10:0bfwxze0ldhe~T1]allmusic says:[/url] [quote] Solid Air (whose title track was written for Martyn's friend, songwriter Nick Drake) is one of the defining moments in British folk, in the same league as Fairport Convention's Liege & Lief, Richard & Linda Thompson's Shoot Out the Lights, and Michael Chapman's Rainmaker. [/quote] If you dig Nick Drake, it's like a more jazzy and fuller (and slightly less depressing) Nick Drake.
  • The Strokes. Derr, what eles?
  • Akron/Family!
  • [quote="KidGrizzly"]Akron/Family![/quote] have you heard their stuff with angels of light (gira's post-swans band)? it's BRILLIANT ooh that reminds me, i have heard good things about the new swans album...i should find out about that....
  • No, I'm not really big on them.
  • Sufjan Stevens
  • I didn't know any new generations had heard of the Swans. Maybe it's a different band... I've dug up my old Coldplay and listening to a lot of jazz.
  • The Animal Collective museum audio. Whenever I listen to this, 17 minutes feels like 50. I'd look at it thinking I've been listening forever and it would only be 17 minutes in. Its probably as far as I've ever gotten into it.
  • [quote="winilula"]I didn't know any new generations had heard of the Swans. Maybe it's a different band... I've dug up my old Coldplay and listening to a lot of jazz.[/quote] no, i'm talking about michael gira/jarboe SWANS; the NY noise band ("PUBLIC CASTRATION IS A GOOD IDEA" etc), but i'm old, i don't know that i would count.
  • [quote="156curses"]The Animal Collective museum audio. Whenever I listen to this, 17 minutes feels like 50. I'd look at it thinking I've been listening forever and it would only be 17 minutes in. Its probably as far as I've ever gotten into it.[/quote] For a second there I thought there was an actual Animal Collective museum until I realised you meant the Guggenheim stuff. I have that too, but it's about 2 hours long soundscape in pretty low quality so I kind of excuse myself as I don't feel like listening to it all at once, I just saved the playback position in iTunes so I can revisit it from where I was last. Oops, edit, forgot to mention I'm listening to Pantha Du Prince [i]Black Noise[/i], this record is growing on me.
  • I've been listening to a lot of Wild Nothing lately, specifically the album Gemini. It really and truly is one of the best Shoegaze albums I've ever heard.
  • [quote="KidGrizzly"]I've been listening to a lot of Wild Nothing lately, specifically the album Gemini. It really and truly is one of the best Shoegaze albums I've ever heard.[/quote] They sound good! Witching Hour reminds me a bit of Foals, and also a bit of M83. M83 is alright cept the emo poetry is kind of annoying. They must have been shoegaze as well cause they sound pretty similar.
  • [quote="yukbon"][quote="winilula"]I didn't know any new generations had heard of the Swans. Maybe it's a different band... I've dug up my old Coldplay and listening to a lot of jazz.[/quote] no, i'm talking about michael gira/jarboe SWANS; the NY noise band ("PUBLIC CASTRATION IS A GOOD IDEA" etc), but i'm old, i don't know that i would count.[/quote] omfggggggggggggggg <!-- m --><a class="postlink" href="http://soundcloud.com/thequietus/07-eden-prison">http://soundcloud.com/thequietus/07-eden-prison</a><!-- m --> new track from new swans i loved the godspeed you black emperor vibe their last stuff (soundtracks for the blind, swans are dead) had -- especially since it predates GSYBE! -- but it's so nice to hear something like this again. It's like if someone gave leonard cohen bad acid and made him suffer through 5 divorces in a row.
  • the new Ra Ra Riot album.
  • Washed Out before and now Toro Y Moi - then I'll listen to Memory Tapes. I reckon perhaps Washed Out, then Memory Tapes would be my fav chillwave artist.
  • Grass- Animal Collective
  • Yanqui U.X.O. by Godspeed You! Black Emperor
  • Godspeed You! Black Emperor is awsome ! have you heard Lift Your Skinny Fists Like Antennas to Heaven and F♯ A♯ ∞ those albums are great.
  • A Year From Now- Across Five Aprils
  • Yeah, F♯A♯∞ is definitely my favorite release by them. Lift Yr Skinny Fists is great too! The monologue on The Dead Flag Blues is my favorite song monologue ever. I open my wallet, and it's full of blood.
  • Yeah Dead Flag Blues is an amazing song. Were trapped in the belly of this horrible machine, and the machine is bleeding to death. Bbf3, The Dead Flag Blues, Static and Storm are some of my favourite songs by them
  • i was so happy to hear that gybe! had reformed and were doing shows, and then equally bummed that none were even near me a teensy bit. ffffffffffffuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu
  • Peacebone- Animal Collective
  • They are playing the first show in their reunion tour in Vancouver. Too bad I live in Edmonton.
  • Everything Is Alright- Motion City Soundtrack
  • The Glow Pt.2 by The Microphones, that record is GREAT!
  • Peacebone- Animal Collective
  • R.Stevie Moore - in one ear & out the other David Rosenbloom - souls of chaos Heldon - Un Rêve Sans Conséquence Spéciale Devo - Hardcore Devo disc 2
  • oooh I have the Devo Easy Listening disc.
  • We're So Far Away- Mae
  • Kindle Song - Animal Collective yeah i didn't listen to ODDSAC for a while and forgot how much I absolutely love it.
  • [quote]Kindle Song - Animal Collective [/quote] isn't that the song after Mr Fingers ?
  • [youtube] country-rock beginning that goes into death metal, some avant-garde noises that wouldn't be out of place in some 1960's cartoon music, electronic clankings, some more metal and then into some atmospheric ambient choral vocals that burst back to the country verse. Oh and the song is about finding God in the universe through pain. Or something.
  • [quote="yukbon"][youtube] country-rock beginning that goes into death metal, some avant-garde noises that wouldn't be out of place in some 1960's cartoon music, electronic clankings, some more metal and then into some atmospheric ambient choral vocals that burst back to the country verse. Oh and the song is about finding God in the universe through pain. Or something.[/quote] Yesss!!, Disco Volante is on of my all time favorite albums! nice one!
  • saw them twice before they broke up, sooooo great
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