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posted : 2005.Feb.19 @ 11.45pm
>> Terry Riley in C
thank you Rychard Rock







posted : 2005.Feb.22 @ 10.15am
Been on a huge Radiohead kick lately.
Can't stop listening to them.

Favorites are: Idioteque, Pulk-Pull Revolving doors, Kid A, Paranoid Android... etc.
Also got: The Cars - greatest hits.. for some 80's nostalgia.







posted : 2005.Feb.22 @ 10.27am
I Pulsing Love Radiohead!







posted : 2005.Feb.23 @ 11.38am
I know I've been out of the loop for a while, but I can't get over this band called:
The Postal Service

I believe it is a collaberation between the lead singer of Deathcab for Cutie and the man behind Dntel.

This faux indie style of electronica and rock fusion is just awesome. I'm a subtle fan of Deathcab, and definitely a fan of Dntel. This is after coming off of a Junior Boys kick as well.

I suggest digging up Dntel's Life Is Full Of Possibilities album for some audial stimulation. It's not as experimental as you might like it to be, but I find it to be just right.







posted : 2005.Feb.23 @ 11.50am
I saw Dntel when LIFOP came out and they ruled.
Homeboy rocked an accordian on stage.
I Pulsing Love Dntel.







posted : 2005.Mar.03 @ 1.56am
ultra lounge - bachelor pad royale
scriabin - piano sonatas
tabla beat science - tala matrix
pharcyde - bizarre ride II
-" Luke skywalker ain't a sweettalker so I got ill
With my light saber that came in one fancy flavor"







posted : 2005.Mar.03 @ 2.34am
Reminiscing about:

Mr.Bungle - California

singing it a capella with old friends over a delayed cellphone connection.
makes difficulty of the quick alternating vocals found in
The Air-conditioned nightmare or Goodbye Sober Day
(this website coincidentally has only these 2 mp3s posted).

i haven't heard it in years.
the plastic discs seem so obsolete,
i have yet to go searching for it in my apartment
so that i may perform the analog to digital conversion.

Cheers







posted : 2005.Mar.04 @ 12.54am
Bungle!!!
I still listen to Disco Volante every other day. Razz
Though right now my main playlist would be...
Silver Mount Zion
Zager & Evans
Acid Mothers Temple & The Melting Paraiso U.F.O.
the one and only! Alice Cooper Welcome To My Nightmare
revisiting Brian Eno's Here Come the Warm Jets
Gravenhurst
and im trying to give The Mars Volta a fighting chance in my headphones....

slk







posted : 2005.Mar.14 @ 8.50pm
The playlist keeps growin and sculpting to the form of my predilections, that in itself is an essential part of my freedom. How awesome!

Built to Spill - Perfect From Now On
I love the way Doug Martsch sings, it's as though he were exposing a boyish, childhood part of himself.
Air --- these days it's Premiers Symptomes, but also everything else. I saw these guys in concert last year and it inspired me to make music for three weeks afterwards, after having been in a serious artistic lull. Man, they are tight!
Pink Floyd Animals
Yo La Tengo - And Then Nothing Turned Itself Inside-Out

my new all-the time listening is Bob James. This guy, he's got the goods,
Some upbeat jazz piano with serious emphasis on grooving hard! He reminds me
of exactly how I'd construct a song, it's so bleeping sick Surprised Notable songs include the Theme from Taxi, Nautilus, Sign of the Times


Oh yeah, The Slackers too, the album Wasted Days. I smile like an idiot whenever I hear these guys!

LP







posted : 2005.Mar.26 @ 10.14am
I'm currently drawing all my inspiration from a recently discovered 2004 release "Phoenix: Alphabetical "







posted : 2005.Mar.26 @ 11.09am
I'm also really digging The Soft Pink Truth.

>>Soft Pink Truth - Gender Studies (mp3)







posted : 2005.May.25 @ 1.00am
not listening much lately,
a slave to the practice rooms until june.

a list accumulates nonetheless:
coheed and cambria
analord
ceephax
pattern diver







posted : 2005.Oct.15 @ 2.12am
Grandaddy
The books-Lost and Safe
Caribou
Dead Meadow
Genesis
Jon Brion
Prefuse 73
Sufjan Stevens

and thats all i have to say about that.

slk






    

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