Mark McGuire - When You're Somewhere
Beautiful, off his new LP (ish) and it's incredible. He just keeps it really simple but creates the best soundscapes. Spark, you may like it, it's him from Emeralds.
Oneohtrix Point Never ~ Andro
Good to see Lopatin going for an opener that doesn't scare the living daylights out of me.
EDIT: First five tracks down. Can't say I'm blown away thus far, but the strength of HIUV was the back half, so...
EDIT2: Nah not a huge fan. Might grow on me but atm it seems a bit... incoherent.
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do you think people will be allowed to make violins?
who's going to make the violins?
Noel Gallgher's High Flying Birds - The Death Of You And Me
Keep thinking it'll be alright if I just get on the road
If I run I can free my worried mind
Keep thinking of the day I die when I lose my heavy load
But I wouldn't want to leave you behind
The Boo Radleys - Wish I Was Skinny
Pretty much the definition of wistful.
"Under the spreading chestnut tree,
I sold you and you sold me."
Was expecting a Joy Division gag. DTSTL.
Keepin' it fr3sh.
Penelope The - Burn
Probably the best NZ band you've never heard of.
Muse - Prague
Random song to cover, and it took a while to grow on me, but I love it now.
Bellamy's 18-second note at the end is preposterous.
Hong Kong Bar - Tim Buckley
I was put off Buckley pere by his eponymous debut, which is pretty ordinary folky singer-songwritery fayre, but recently picked up Greetings From LA for £1.99 and it's all kinds of awesome. Coming from the same kind of jazz/folk/pastoral psyche place as Astral Weeks and that's about the highest praise I can offer.
Cricket Web's current Premier League Tipping Champion
- As featured in The Independent.
"I don't think that they'll come close to us to be honest."
- Steve Smith before the Ashes
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