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0 Replies and 1665 Views Great Big Sea  1665  0 Started by  Rev Jules Great Big Sea, fine folk act, available on i-tunes
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1/10/2006 9:54 PM
1 Replies and 2055 Views Anyone know much about...  2055  1 Started by  off the post ...a band called Black Mountain. They came 2nd in the Rough Trade top 100 albums of the year (yes I know, another top 100 but at least its composed by a reputable label). Anyway, don't see much about them on the net. When I do a google, I mostly get tourist stuff for some Black Mountain in the States....
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1/10/2006 4:22 PM
2 Replies and 1712 Views End Of Fashion  1712  2 Started by  Gar This newish Aussie outfit consist of members from The Sleepy Jackson. They have a couple of Ep's and a pretty cool album, which I have heard but still to locate, that has some cracking tunes on it like 'O Yeah'. http://www.myspace.com/endoffashion
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1/9/2006 9:24 PM
5 Replies and 2163 Views 'The Higgins' Cld they be Irelands next big export  2163  5 Started by  From Glenn To Glenn The Higgins has anyone seen them live yet Appearently they just got back from the US and did very well got good reviews and landed on the radio too. But unlike the The Thrills, The Higgins are here to stay! Keep an eye out for them and check out their reviews from the States in USA Today under Music!
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1/9/2006 11:53 AM
5 Replies and 1787 Views Constantines  1787  5 Started by  Norman Schwarzkopf Anyone bought or heard 'Tournament Of Hearts' Like it so far after 2 listens but strangely hard to describe. Another Canuck band from Guelph outside Toronto.
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1/9/2006 10:30 AM
2 Replies and 1881 Views Love Is All etc  1881  2 Started by  Una have I talked about this band already Anyway, check them out. They have a really good track called Make Out Fall Out Make Up. You can get their album 'Nine Times That Same Song' online http://www.pitchforkmedia.com/record-reviews/l/love-is-all/nine-times-that-same-song.shtml For anyone who likes that, check out The Oolahs, and for anyone who likes The Bravery, you should try Nightmare Of You. Does anyone know anything about a band called 'LEVY', I downloaded a great track by them mont...
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1/5/2006 12:30 PM
10 Replies and 2477 Views Neutral Milk Hotel - In an aeroplane over the sea  2477  10 Started by  THE DARK ONE how great is this album Ive been listening to it like mad the past 2 months,its amazing! what does everyone think
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11/28/2005 12:55 PM
2 Replies and 2400 Views Laura Cantrell  2400  2 Started by  vandala Went to see Laura Cantrell in Liverpool last night. Think she's playing Dublin next week. Would recommend her highly.
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9/23/2005 6:33 PM
5 Replies and 2863 Views Russian Music????  2863  5 Started by  fiddlechick Just got Bering Strait, a Russion bluegrass band's eponomously named album, who don't sound particularly Russian except for one song Porushka Paranya which I think is fantastic. I love the sound of Russian and would like to get into some other Russian artists but would like some recommendations. Anybody into Russian music
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9/14/2005 7:56 PM
5 Replies and 2166 Views Louis XIV  2166  5 Started by  benni Anyone know these guys Just got their album 'The Best Little Secrets are Kept' on strong recommendation from a good friend and great music source...seriously good dirty funky rock n roll with plenty of beats and vocals not unlike Jack White in places and a real T-Rex vibe at times. Theres also something very Monty Python about it I think... but then that could be just me.
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8/18/2005 1:10 PM
2 Replies and 2042 Views Dub Side of The Moon  2042  2 Started by  Daragh has anyone ever heard this Its a reggae version of the pink floyd album, made by some houseband for a label (cant remember which), pretty damn groovy though, and apparently 'wizard of oz compatible' but i havent tried that yet. Recommended though fo sho, Great Gig in the Sky and Money are excellent.
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8/12/2005 5:21 PM
2 Replies and 2053 Views anybody see 'Kill city defectors' in Crawdaddy?  2053  2 Started by  Rose Just wondering if anybody saw Kill City Defectors in Crawdaddy last sun evening. It my first time seeing them and was really blown away. They are funky, energetic, tight, with a rock/dance edge. The crowd really seemed to love it. I strongly recomend checking them out the next time they play.
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6/20/2005 2:42 PM
13 Replies and 2071 Views Mystery Jets  2071  13 Started by  Una just heard one of their tracks (on my feet i think). Interesting shtuff. Keep on eye on these boyos.
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5/23/2005 7:51 PM
1 Replies and 2213 Views envelope  2213  1 Started by  Ianofthedead Stumbled upon this lot via a the CPU forum. Really like the demos up on their website: http://www.thepostroom.com Very elbow/low/mogwai/explosions in the sky/sigur ros etc etc. Think they're supporting Polar (who I also really like) at whelans on the 10th. Has anybody seen them live Any good
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5/20/2005 8:18 PM
12 Replies and 2486 Views Ryan Adams Cold Roses  2486  12 Started by  fiddlechick His new album which is out here next week. You can stream it from the website www.ryan-adams.com. I downloaded from file sharing and am very impressed! I liked Rock n Roll okay even if the Dublin gig was pretty poor except for Love is Hell songs. (think it was just Monsters) Cold Roses is quite like heartbreaker. It's a double LP. Can see a good few of the songs becoming favs after a few listens. Anyone else hear it
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4/30/2005 4:05 PM
5 Replies and 2011 Views Kathleen Edwards  2011  5 Started by  Una anyone at the Whelan's gig last night The woman was amazing. Rocked out. Great banter too (a funny Canadian shocker!) . And what a brilliantly tight band. I'd recommend picking up 'Back To Me' if yeee haven't got it yet.
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4/13/2005 6:09 PM
12 Replies and 2579 Views God is an..  2579  12 Started by  Eric Hi Folks, Heard a great Irish new band last week that stopped me in my tracks – ‘God is an Astronaut’ Anyone heard of them It’s not ‘dancey’ enough to be called dance music, its not rockin enough to be called rock music and theres a big electronic element. If you are a fan of Sigur Ros these guys are definitely worth checking out. By all accounts they put on a very unusual audiovisual live show. You can check out their videos on their web sites - a little disturbing at times but very atmosp...
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2/8/2005 1:48 PM
1 Replies and 2153 Views The Magnetic Fields  2153  1 Started by  stephen If any of you were as entralled by 69 Love Songs, the Magnetic Fields stone cold classic from a few years back, then you should catch them live. I saw them in the Royal Festival Hall here in London on Sunday and they were so indescribably lovely. I see they are playing the Olympia on the 31st October. Highly recommended etc etc
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10/13/2004 2:37 PM
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