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4 minutes ago, Ostrich Man said:

music is all about subjective opinions and all that.

 

saying that though, you're wrong...very wrong.

You don't like the new single from IDLES? ;)

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2 hours ago, Doyler3000 said:

 

Their version of The Wild Rover is brilliant. They make a ferocious sound.

Absolutely incredible live, and just nice charismatic people.

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18 minutes ago, RedSalmon said:

Its a bit weird in places. But there's some gems. I'd skip back to track 2 and 3 to get the best of this album. She's prolific, skips from 70's prog to 90's cartridge game themes, to distorted beats. There's been some great edits with her work in it.

 

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10 minutes ago, muleskinner said:

That's sad. He did some good stuff, that Hardfloor remix was absolutely inspired.

Yeah he was a great artist in his own right and as you say the Hardfloor mix of Yeke Yeke was ingenious

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Think Beggars banquet was the first record to turn me on to country music tbh - Factory Girl still sounds exciting AF

But anyway, this...

 

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8 hours ago, D.Boon said:

Radiohead- In Rainbows

Don't know why I haven't listened to this more it's really good.

It’s brilliant. Listened to a Moon Shaped Pool again the other day. They’re just extraordinary.

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I think I got a bit over saturated with Radiohead following Kid A so stopped listening to them as much. Really like the scuzzy, funky, DIY stuff from the later albums though so gonna start listening to them again.

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We were due to have been watching Thom Yorke along with Massive Attack, Nils Frahm and Mad Professor and various others at All Points East today :(

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5 hours ago, Jarg Armani said:

In Rainbows is my favourite of theirs I reckon. Lovely feel to it. 

I'm on it again now. Clever boy Thom.

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1 hour ago, Tommok said:

We were due to have been watching Thom Yorke along with Massive Attack, Nils Frahm and Mad Professor and various others at All Points East today :(

Lack of gigs and no sign of their return is pissing me right off.

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12 minutes ago, muleskinner said:

Lack of gigs and no sign of their return is pissing me right off.

Yeah it's tough.

Like you say, hard to see how they return for a long while

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4 hours ago, D.Boon said:

I'm on it again now. Clever boy Thom.

Hail to the Thief is underrated. If a Radiohead album can be. 

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I''m continuing a bit of a Stones patch (listened to Aftermath last week too) by revisiting Let It Bleed, which I believe might be my favourite of their albums, but we shall see...

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