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> What bands are you currently listening to? What excites you?
mornington
post Apr 8 2007, 04:29 AM
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the bird and the bee

... and amy winehouse and flogging molly. laugh.gif
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crazyoldcatlady
post Apr 7 2007, 07:04 PM
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acoustic, haven't heard of landon, but i'll check him out.


what i'm diggin' now:

leslie hall (of gem sweater fame)
peaches (impeach my bush)
mickey avalon
rogue traders (aussie band)
blue six (aquarian angel)
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stargazer
post Apr 7 2007, 06:20 PM
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GT, cibo matto IS awesome.

i've been listening to bobby bare jr. alot and brigette bardot.


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acousticgroupie
post Apr 6 2007, 11:21 AM
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wow someone knows my ari? fabulous!!! i wonder why he never made it bigger. still has a steady audience. he's just such a great singer-songwriter. love him.

have you checked out landon pigg? i know, funny name. but GREAT guy.


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crazyoldcatlady
post Apr 4 2007, 05:51 PM
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acoustic, i effing love ari hest. i've seen him live (awesome tom petty cover), and he's awesome. very approachable, too.

my ex said that ari was the only one i could cheat on him with.


mmmmm.
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acousticgroupie
post Apr 4 2007, 07:10 AM
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oh and i forgot to mention:

www.arihest.com


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acousticgroupie
post Apr 4 2007, 07:08 AM
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music---a great topic.

i am loving www.joshuaradin.com right now. and www.maroon5.com 's new song. i just interviewed adam for www.discoveringartists.com---more of my faves are up there.


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Darcy1218
post Apr 2 2007, 08:44 PM
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Brooklyn band called Project Jenny/Project Jan. They are like the Scissor Sisters on crack (myspace.com/projectjennyprojectjan).

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girltrouble
post Mar 29 2007, 10:04 PM
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yay! the library had the solo album by miho hatori!!!!!! yay! i love cibo matto, and miho doing samba is my idea of heaven! mi-ho! mi-ho!!!


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lunia666
post Mar 29 2007, 11:31 AM
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I am diging the new Amy Winehouse CD
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kari
post Mar 28 2007, 08:27 AM
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GT...yeah that is basically how I feel about this album too. There are some songs I could do without, but the ones I like, I really like. The album....heavy on the beats, wry lyrics, very danceable. Get it! Like I I said though, some songs are not as good as others. Mr K saw LCD Soundsystem once when they came here, it was really great.
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sybarite
post Mar 28 2007, 06:35 AM
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I like LCD Soundsystem's 'North American Scum'; it's kind of funny and hypnotic at the same time.
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girltrouble
post Mar 28 2007, 03:00 AM
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yeah, syb, the quote is from flashdance. i'm trying to get into a welding program so it's kind of a joke. treehugger and i are running off to pittsburgh (or as the pittsburgians say, "pixburgh") to weld by day, strip by nite, and apply to dance schools durring narcoleptic fits...

lilly: omg, yeah, so far love amy winehouse too, although i've only heard two of her songs that a friend sent me. what is strange to me is an add in the paper calling her a british nora jones....huh?!?

mouse, the nora keyes sounds like someone i'd love to hear....

karianne: really? i can't say i loved all of lcd's last album, but what i loved, i REALLY LOVED. really. how can you not love a song about daft punk playing in your basement?!? what is the new album like? (if you say disco infiltrator, i will run out ot the house and get it right now!) damn. at the mere mention of lcd and i'll have "daft punk is playing..." in my head for the next 3 days...not that i mind.... here is a snippet of the lyrics and what lcd said about them.
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Well, Daft Punk is playing at my house, my house
I waited seven years and fifteen days
There's every kid from miles at my house, my house
And the neighbors (ah!) call the police
There's a fistfight brewing at my house, my house
Because the jocks can't get in the door
When Daft Punk is playing at my house, my house
You got to set them up, kid, set them up
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Well everybody’s lined up at my house, my house
And Sarah’s girlfriend is working the door
Got everybody’s PA in my house, my house
All the robots (ah!) descend from the bus
There’s a freak out brewing in my house, my house
In the basement
Cause Daft Punk is playing at my house, my house
You got to set them up, kid, set them up

" used to play house parties in punk rock bands. You don't really get paid, but what you do is sell a ton of merchandise, and get a place to sleep. When I got into dancing, taking E and being optimistic, I thought; wouldn't it be great if some kid wanted Daft Punk to play at his house? So he rings the agent who says they'll cost £40,000 and he saves for seven years and finally gets enough money and flies Daft Punk over. And, of course, they'd have no idea where they would be landing, 'cos the rider includes two first-class tickets on Air France. And the kids would be earnestly trying to meet all the rider requirements, but Daft Punk would still end up playing in the basement next to the washing machine, which we all did. A local hardcore band is supporting, and the PA consists of all the local kids' amps and stereos taped together. I thought that would be like the best show that anyone would ever see. My goal is to actually make that happen for a video - find a really great punk rock house, get Daft Punk to play, and LCD Soundsystem would be the opening local band. It just makes me happy."



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lilyblue
post Mar 28 2007, 12:18 AM
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sidecar, i'm jealous. i'll have to catch them the next time around.

i'm now getting into amy winehouse. holy cat is she good.
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post Mar 27 2007, 02:01 AM
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nora keyes is fucking crazy. i just saw her play and one of her songs, introduced politely as "this is a song about the devil and jesus, and me and the devil, and me and jesus, and me trying to exorcise the devil from myself with the help of jesus" was her going "GAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHCK" (guttural creepy-as-shit noise as heard in "the exorcist" etc) in between yodeling in a very tiny, high-pitched, delicate voice about the lord.

http://www.norakeyes.com/

ETA: oh, she also did all of this while wearing a hat made, seemingly, out of tree bark and peackock feathers, positioned so that you could not see her face and she had to tip her head backwards in order to sing into the mike.


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LoveMyPugs
post Mar 20 2007, 07:52 AM
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These are the top plays on my iTunes right now!

Flyleaf

Tech N9ne

Ciara

And I have to plug my boys, Psychopathic Records! Oh yeah baby! Check em all out!
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karianne
post Mar 19 2007, 01:57 PM
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GT-I was just coming in here to gush about LCD Soundsystems's new ablum. It's addictive!

I have also been listening to the new Arcade Fire-ditto on what someone else said (luna?) I like some songs a lot, but there are a few that are so-so.

I have also been listening to the new Bees album. It is excellent.

Stargazer...I will check out pop levi, thanks! I love TRex.
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sybarite
post Mar 18 2007, 05:49 PM
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I hear good things about them sidecar--good to know!

GT, is your quote from 'Maniac' from Flashdance?? I shouldn't know these things...


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sidecar
post Mar 18 2007, 08:02 AM
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Oh, I saw TV on the Radio this week -- so awesome live. It was really amazing.


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stargazer
post Mar 18 2007, 06:14 AM
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pop levi...if you love T Rex/Marc Bolan, then you will love this album...just like me...


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