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0 Replies and 1812 Views Lightning Dust - Infinite Light  1812  0 Started by  Binokular Just got this a few days ago and I'm hooked. The vibrato vocals will probably annoy some people, but I love the rawness and immediacy of it. Its not a fast or loud record, but just crackles with energy..
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8/14/2009 7:09 AM
0 Replies and 1797 Views CHEAP FREAKS  1797  0 Started by  NickWray Has anybody checkout out Cheap Freaks www.myspace.com/cheapfreaks There's a couple of lads from the now defunct garage punks The Things in them. The tunes are absolutely class, raw as hell and just pumping with energy. Haven't managed to catch them live yet as most of their gigs clash with my own but I'm looking forward to seeing them.
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6/30/2009 5:08 AM
1 Replies and 2436 Views Bell Orchestre - As Seen Through Windows  2436  1 Started by  floodzer I recently bought this second and most recent album by the canadian 6 piece instrumental collective. I hadnt heard of them previous to noticing them on the picnic line-up. The band consist of 1 part time and 2 full time members of Arcade Fire which of course caught my interest, but make no mistake they are very different to AF.Its quite Avant-garde. Lots of Horns, strings, complex percussion and electonica. Some tunes being very orchestral and some are almost jazz. I'd recommend it to fans of Be...
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by  UnicronJump to last post
6/25/2009 9:44 AM
7 Replies and 2809 Views Marnie Stern  2809  7 Started by  Binokular Just listening to the album 'This Is It and I Am It and You Are It and So Is That and He Is It and She Is It and It Is It and That Is That' for the first time and liking it so far. I never that this sort of Van Halen type guitar fretwork would be cool again, but she's bringing it back
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by  ArchieJump to last post
3/12/2009 11:16 AM
0 Replies and 1500 Views Chequerboard - Konichiwa  1500  0 Started by  G500 Not new but am currently LOVING this.
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3/9/2009 3:19 PM
0 Replies and 1565 Views SUPERJIMENEZ FREE DOWNLOAD  1565  0 Started by  superjimenez Hey, Just letting y'all know that you can download SUPERJIMENEZ' brand new single 'Gojii Kids' FOR FREE at www.superjimenez.com Let us know what you think... SUPERJIMENEZ
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2/13/2009 9:39 AM
1 Replies and 2401 Views R.S.A.G. (Rarely Seen Above Ground)  2401  1 Started by  Psycho RSAG (aka Jeremy Hickey) is a multi-instrumentalist who records, performs and produces all his own material. The 'Organic Sampler', is musically many steps further and sideways, and the genesis of the new visual experience - sound and vision hand in hand - is a multi-media rock and roll cornucopia; the future is here - look and listen. Live RSAG plays drums / percussion and sings. The backing tracks are recorded in his studio. Visually, he has created a virtual band which is projected on ...
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by  starbelgradeJump to last post
1/21/2009 7:38 PM
0 Replies and 1718 Views Never Thought I'd See This...  1718  0 Started by  rocknout89 Classic artists Tony Iommi, Steven Lukather, Billy Gibbons, Dave Grohl, Alice Cooper, Geoff Tate and many more artists have put together a Christmas album, called 'We Wish You a Metal Xmas and a Headbanging New Year'. It’s a pretty interesting and original idea, I’ve got to say that hearing metal versions of classic Christmas songs is significantly cooler than I had expected. Check it out here: Here is the link  What do ya think
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12/8/2008 5:14 PM
0 Replies and 1482 Views Municipal Waste  1482  0 Started by  whiterob81 They're a trash metal band from America that sing songs about partying and getting drunk. They're deadly fun. Picked up their album 'the art of partying' when I was in New York and it's been stuck in the CD player ever since. Going to see them in Fibber Magees. I know it's a complete dump and stinks of poo but this should be a deadly gig. If you've a free Friday night, go check them out
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12/5/2008 3:53 AM
3 Replies and 2156 Views Juliana Hatfield  2156  3 Started by  whiterob81 OK, this recommendations a bit old school but I was a big fan of hers back in the day. I thought it was an appropriate recommendation because she has a great new album out called 'How to Walk Away' and she's playing the sugar club this saturday. If you get the chance this weekend, go check her out, it's gonna be a great gig and possibly the last chance that you'll get to see her in ireland. She's talking of retiring from music
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by  whiterob81Jump to last post
10/13/2008 1:29 AM
0 Replies and 1529 Views Torche  1529  0 Started by  whiterob81 Just got their album Meantherdal recently. Savage album. Like a cross between early foo fighters and mastodon. Check them out. They're playing whelan's in about 2 weeks with pelican who are also deadly.
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9/4/2008 2:39 AM
3 Replies and 2223 Views Nicole Atkins  2223  3 Started by  aidan I've just listened to 'Neptune City' by Nicole Atkins for the first time today. Almost immediately, I listened to it for the second and third times. Wow. Spector-style '60s pop with a bluesy-country tint to it. She has a fantastic voice that soars like her songs do. Has she been noticed in Eire or anywhere else yet If I'm years behind everyone else and totally uncool, I just don't care because this album is wonderful. Here's her single 'The Way It Is'. The chorus at ...
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by  aidanJump to last post
7/15/2008 6:28 AM
6 Replies and 2352 Views Beat Happening  2352  6 Started by  Binokular Bit of a serious blast from the past, but like most people I missed these 80s early pre-nirvana indie bands the first time round. Heard the track 'Cast a Shadow', such a great song that I had to seek out the album 'black candy' that it's taken from. Anyone else a fan
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by  BinokularJump to last post
6/16/2008 3:34 AM
0 Replies and 1693 Views JamesGuilmartin Hotpress Review  1693  0 Started by  albert live performance 'James Guilmartin is an intense performer who sings and plays guitar with mountains of passion and conviction. His solo offering ´The Breadcrumb Trail´was a worthy forerunner to band versions of ´Break The Spell´and ´All The Dogs Are Howling Their Own Tune´. The former is appropriately hypnotic and his soloing in both takes you to places most acts only dream of. ´Wise Up´has echoes of sixties East Coast American rock and fluid eastern...
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6/10/2008 7:50 AM
4 Replies and 2416 Views Jason Isbell  2416  4 Started by  mixtapepublicity I've been holding him secret for a whle now, but I guess as he's announced a Whelans gig on 1st April he won't be secret for much longer. Ex-member of Drive By Truckers, Southern whiskey soaked voice, makes being all American cool again. Check out his debut solo album Shores Of The Ditch, and immediately obtain Drive By Truckers entire back catalogue especially The Dirty South.
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by  ArchieJump to last post
6/5/2008 11:25 AM
0 Replies and 1763 Views Cellist Vyvienne Long and band  1763  0 Started by  darknorse Check out Vyvienne Long who is known for her stunning contribution to Damien Rice's '0' and '9' albums. She is in the process of recording her album as a follow up to her EP Birdtalk and will be stepping out of the studio to provide us with a sneak preview at Revolver on Saturday 31st May at Radio City, Store Street. www.myspace.com/revolverpresents www.myspace.com/vyviennelong
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5/19/2008 3:39 AM
0 Replies and 1658 Views Justin Rutledge  1658  0 Started by  Mesky Toronto's finest original alt country troubador.... or something.... http://www.myspace.com/justinrutledge
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5/10/2008 10:30 AM
1 Replies and 2210 Views The School  2210  1 Started by  CillinFIFA Heard them. Loved them. We are going to release their records. Due in May. C. www.myspace.com/theschoolband
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by  GarretJump to last post
4/30/2008 9:12 AM
0 Replies and 1922 Views The Tom Fun Orchestra  1922  0 Started by  gasto1 'Tom Fun's recent album is being heralded as one to hear...immediately' have a listen: http://tomfun.ca/streamer/
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4/27/2008 10:29 AM
4 Replies and 4124 Views Crystal Castles  4124  4 Started by  UnaRocks Sweaty. Fun. Good to see a new venue in town too.
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4/25/2008 8:18 AM
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