The "new" Steady Bloggin'

Sigur Ros is the greatest living band. Discuss.

The "new" Steady Bloggin'

Postby Pacino86845 on Sat Apr 21, 2007 11:34 pm

'cause I mistakenly deleted the original... :oops:


So, I'm really sorry, but this is what I copy-pasted from my cache... I blame the porn-spammers, those damned bitches.

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Keepcoolbutcare
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Posted: Sat Dec 10, 2005 4:40 am Post subject: Steady Bloggin'
Here's a place to link/discuss some of your favorite music blogs.

Cocaine Blunts

Soulsides

moebius_rex

Riff Raff

Status ain't Hood

Dance Indie Kids, Dance!
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Posted: Sat Dec 10, 2005 4:41 am Post subject:
Are they all-purpose blogs or do they cover specific genres?
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Posted: Sat Dec 10, 2005 4:44 am Post subject:
Cocaine Blunts is hip-hop

Soulsides is, well, soul.

moebius is kinda all over the place, "fun" music.

Riff Raff and Status Ain't Hood are ALL over the place

Dance Indie Kids, well, title says it all!
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Posted: Sat Dec 10, 2005 4:49 am Post subject:
keepcoolbutcare wrote:
Dance Indie Kids, well, title says it all!


IPAMPILASH. Yeah, yeah. Thanks for the lowdown, kcbc. I will definitely peruse some of these when I have time.
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Brooklyn Vegan is a great blog for NYC-based music news, concert information, and new artists. (www.brooklynvegan.com)

Stereogum is fun, though its content is akin to something like MTV. They're the most mainstream of the blogs. (www.stereogum.com)

Gorilla vs. Bear is, I think, a Texas-based blog with broad music sensibilities that is good for finding live recordings, covers, and side projects. (gorillavsbear.blogspot.com)
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Posted: Sat Dec 10, 2005 5:02 am Post subject:
mrfujidoesacid wrote:
Gorilla vs. Bear is, I think, a Texas-based blog with broad music sensibilities that is good for finding live recordings, covers, and side projects. (gorillavsbear.blogspot.com)


Sounds cool. Good lookin' out, Fuji-san
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Posted: Wed May 24, 2006 7:34 pm Post subject:
The 25 Best Music Websites...
...according to the new Entertainment Weekly.

01. itunes
02. emusic
03. Pandora
04. Rhapsody
05. MySpace
06. The Live Music Archive
07. Stereogum
08. Turntablelab
09. KCRW's and KEXP's Song Of The Day
10. Fluxblog
11. Smithsonian Global Sound
12. NPR's 'All Things Considered' Podcast
13. Soul-Sides
14. I Love Music
15. Mixunit
16. Pitchfork (heh)
17. Radio David Byrne
18. Insound
19. Lemon-Red
20. Music For Robots
21. Woxy
22. Little Steven's Underground Garage
23. BBC Radio
24. AOL Music's Listening Party and MTV's The Leak
25. Dusty Groove

Since my tastes tend to run a bit indie / alternative / DIY / hippity-hoppity / anti-corporate than Entertainment Weekly, I vehemently disagree with some of these choices, and question why / how other sites didn't make the cut.

I mean, EW doesn't have COCAINE & BLUNTS!!!

j/k...

but no Last.Fm?

Ah well, buncha links to some pretty nifty music sites regardless...
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Posted: Wed May 24, 2006 7:35 pm Post subject:
Just clicked on Pitchfork....








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BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH
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Posted: Wed May 24, 2006 7:44 pm Post subject:
i dont think its so much a blog, as it is just one dudes record reviews and interviews. but i have always loved the reviews of Mark Prindle. he listens to a lot of the same shit, and is usually right on the money. and even when he is not, he is funny as fuck. i am actually willing to drop dough on a record on nothing more than his endorsement, sometimes.
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Posted: Thu Jun 15, 2006 7:37 pm Post subject:
Keepcoolbutcare wrote:
The 25 Best Music Websites...
...according to the new Entertainment Weekly.

02. emusic


So after reading Pitchfork's glowing review of Mr. Lif's Mo' Mega, and noticing the link to eMusic, I decided to actually give the site a looksee.

You need a credit card, but if you sign up you get a free 14 day trial period with 50 free tracks. You can cancel at anytime before the 14 days end.

Don't know if I'll keep my plan, but @ $9.99 per month, 40 tracks?
That's not a bad offer...
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Posted: Sat Jul 29, 2006 11:08 am Post subject:
Puritan Blister throws up a ton of songs on a fairly regular basis. I've gotten a couple of Neu! songs off him, that recently posted Liars track and a bunch of pretty nifty remixes and mashups. Check him out if you get a chance, eclectic mixes set to a pretty bizarre theme, and the cat seems to know his music...

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Posted: Sat Oct 07, 2006 10:10 pm Post subject:
7inchpunk

title says it all, but even by the hard to find standards of a lot of 7'', these are extremely fucking rare.

and they kick a whole lot of ass. This is stuff that slipped through the cracks, that might've had a mere 100 pressings, that'll cost you a weeks pay on ebay, here for free.

here's one example of the lo-fi, DIY aesthetic on display...

The NUBS, Job
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Posted: Sat Oct 07, 2006 10:49 pm Post subject:
thanks for this, kc.

ive got my work cut out for me tonight.
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Posted: Fri Oct 13, 2006 3:25 am Post subject:
Idolator

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When the internet came, we overthrew the pasty white tastemakers, the duplicitious music marketers and the manufactured pop idols. And then they all came back. This is Idolator. We're so disappointed.


I first heard of them a couple weeks ago, checked it out, and let out a "meh". I don't know if it was my apathetic mood at that moment, or whether they've worked out whatever kinks they had that made me shrug 'em off initially, but they've improved. Sure, it comes off like stereogum, but I kinda dig stereogum.

More importantly, they have this, which I didn't notice or mised last time.

So you like that Dropkick Murphy's song in The Departed?

Wanna hear the new M.I.A. (it's teh awesome)?

Want to hear Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings tear the fuck out of that Kenny Roger's song in Lebowski?

That's all the direct links I'll do (that's right, I'll tease but won't go all the way, not on a first date) for ya', but there's a couple more gems still up. Get 'em while they're hot, 'cuz they won't be up for long.

Your welcome.
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For an mixture uf current guitar and electronic music (most of it slightly leftfield):

http://fluokids.blogspot.com/

http://20jazzfunkgreats.blogspot.com/

http://www.headphonesex.co.uk/

http://skulljuice.blogspot.com/

Also, http://hype.non-standard.net and http://elbo.ws are invaluable - mp3 blog search engines (if you didn't already know).
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Posted: Sat Oct 14, 2006 10:20 pm Post subject:
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http://20jazzfunkgreats.blogspot.com/


good stuff that, I've gotten some obscure Kraut-rock and jazz-fusion stuff from them.

mistertim wrote:
Also, http://hype.non-standard.net and http://elbo.ws are invaluable - mp3 blog search engines (if you didn't already know).


I did not already know, thanks for that .
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Posted: Sat Oct 14, 2006 10:37 pm Post subject:
Keepcoolbutcare wrote:
Want to hear Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings tear the fuck out of that Kenny Roger's song in Lebowski?


sharon jones and the dap kings are bad ass.
very popular in europe and australia, i understand.
im sure they are way too cool for american mainstream listeners though.
too bad.
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Brocktune wrote:
sharon jones and the dap kings are bad ass.
very popular in europe and australia, i understand.
im sure they are way too cool for american mainstream listeners though.
too bad.


[beams with pride]

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Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings - Naturally - 3 Link to some Live Vids


they made my top 10 last year...
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Posted: Sat Oct 14, 2006 11:01 pm Post subject:
My wife likes them.
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My wife likes them.


she has great taste...in women.
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Cheers for the bumpitty, KC! I'll be investigating this thread very shortly...
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10. Fluxblog


i heart Matthew Perpetua. Impeccable taste (he 'prolly had a Pavement site back in the day, and quotes the great Malkmus at the top right hand corner of his page..."Songs mean a lot when songs are bought"), dense prose that isn't too pretentious, his one paragraph track analysis gets the feel of the song across without coming off all fanboy, and he puts up a track or two a week that I instantly fall in love with.

and he really outdid himself today.

For fans of The Rapture, Clap Your Hands and Say Yeah (pre-Fridmann), the Yeah Yeah Yeahs if they were more dance-y 'stead of punk-y, I give you Maxi Geil! & Playcolt.

If anyone has any intel about them (I'm lookin' at you, stereosforgeeks), please give me a holla...

Should 'prolly link the track now, eh?

Makin' Love in the Sunshine

I love how it starts all guitar new-wave, mellows out to let the lyrics and bass carry it for a while, and then builds 'n builds 'n builds with an iimminently hummable chorus and a slashing guitar line, until one just can't help but make a fool of yourself in front of your partner when she unknowingly enters the apartment and finds you bopping around trying dance moves your overweight body can't come close to pulling off*...

*may only apply to me
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Keepcoolbutcar e wrote:

10. Fluxblog


i heart Matthew Perpetua. Impeccable taste (he 'prolly had a Pavement site back in the day, and quotes the great Malkmus at the top right hand corner of his page..."Songs mean a lot when songs are bought"), dense prose that isn't too pretentious, his one paragraph track analysis gets the feel of the song across without coming off all fanboy, and he puts up a track or two a week that I instantly fall in love with.

and he really outdid himself today.

For fans of The Rapture, Clap Your Hands and Say Yeah (pre-Fridmann), the Yeah Yeah Yeahs if they were more dance-y 'stead of punk-y, I give you Maxi Geil! & Playcolt.

If anyone has any intel about them (I'm lookin' at you, stereosforgeeks), please give me a holla...

Should 'prolly link the track now, eh?

Makin' Love in the Sunshine

I love how it starts all guitar new-wave, mellows out to let the lyrics and bass carry it for a while, and then builds 'n builds 'n builds with an iimminently hummable chorus and a slashing guitar line, until one just can't help but make a fool of yourself in front of your partner when she unknowingly enters the apartment and finds you bopping around trying dance moves your overweight body can't come close to pulling off*...

*may only apply to me


I don't know this band, but I will start searching. The song is awesome.
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Posted: Tue Feb 06, 2007 2:50 am Post subject:
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I don't know this band, but I will start searching. The song is awesome.


yeah, I've been soulseeking, but alas, nothing so far.

lemme know if ya' get anything...
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stereosforgeeks wrote:
I don't know this band, but I will start searching. The song is awesome.


yeah, I've been soulseeking, but alas, nothing so far.

lemme know if ya' get anything...


On their website it says the only have a 12" single and a cds. I may have to order.
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Posted: Tue Feb 06, 2007 10:11 am Post subject:
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Keepcoolbutcare wrote:
stereosforgeeks wrote:
I don't know this band, but I will start searching. The song is awesome.


yeah, I've been soulseeking, but alas, nothing so far.

lemme know if ya' get anything...


On their website it says the only have a 12" single and a cds. I may have to order.


Yeah, that's a great tune. There are three more tracks you can watch on their video page. All very different, all equally interesting.

Thanks for the heads up KC.
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Posted: Tue Feb 06, 2007 10:18 am Post subject:
Hm, thanks KC, interesting... more tracks on their Myspace.
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Posted: Wed Feb 07, 2007 8:16 pm Post subject:
http://charlesrequina.com/blog/2007/02/06/bird-is- the-word/#comments

Bird is the Word, herbs.

M.I.A., Birdflu

drums of death...literally.
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Man those beats are great!
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Posted: Thu Apr 05, 2007 8:38 am Post subject:
oh, let's have some fun...

heard it somewhere else (P4K or Idolator), but Cobain in a Coma (heh) is where I'm linking to now.

the beat all schoolish boom-bap, but just to hear Karen O. and Kool Keith together is all sorts of awesome. Yeah, it's about sex (surprise surprise), not so cleverly cloaked in a shout-out-to-favorite-ice-creams list, but I would eat her peanut butter cup even all sweaty after a show...

The Teaser (Original)

the next two are both from Fluxblog, and as usual with Matthew, they show off his impeccable taste in fun dance tunes.

this first one is an insanely catchy French electro dance track that sounds like it was influenced in equal parts by every insanely cheesy j-pop anthem, CSS, Bonde Do Role, M.I.A. and L'Trimm/Fannypack. Great background track for housecleaning and/or cavorting...

Yelle, "Je Veux Te Voir" (French speakers, a little help?)

the next one took a minute to grow on me, but it finally seeped thru my cynicism and umbrage at Ronson's hubris...or maybe I just missed the Moz's croon. Either way, give it a couple spins, if only to marvel at the transition about 5 minutes in...

Mark Ronson, "Stop Me"

now, some killa Afrobeat from Antibalas, one of the finest contemporary acts carrying on the tradition of Fela. I didn't rate the album very highly, but I'll have to bump up whatever score I gave it if only for the fiery political rant here on Filibuster XXX.*
Probably doesn't need to be said, but the perfect song for a cruise through Berkeley (big ups KALX).

couple ya'll have shouted out Grinderman already, but for those who haven't yet heard, might as well shout it out to 'em with this witty, cunny little ditty...

No Pussy Blues

I can't decide what I adore more, the funny 'lil rant or the feedback. c/o I AM FUEL, YOU ARE FRIENDS, whose got a some more goodies for ear-perusal.

*and if you dl that track, lemme know how it goes...
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Posted: Thu Apr 05, 2007 9:08 am Post subject:
Keepcoolbutcare wrote:

Yelle, "Je Veux Te Voir" (French speakers, a little help?)



Only in high school, it's "I want to see you"
Keepcoolbutcare wrote:


couple ya'll have shouted out Grinderman already, but for those who haven't yet heard, might as well shout it out to 'em with this witty, cunny little ditty...


c'est moi? probably my most listened to album so far this year.

Heaps of good stuff there KC. I like the MIA track much more than the Timbaland produced number Come Around, which Doglips linked in the best new music thread recently(he did say it was shit). That Mark Ronson take on the Smiths is nuts.
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Posted: Thu Apr 05, 2007 8:15 pm Post subject:
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Only in high school, it's "I want to see you"


heh...sounds about right. I liked it better when I didn't understand it tho'. Insipid pop songs sound better when you have no idea what it is they're blathering on about...

tapehead wrote:
c'est moi? probably my most listened to album so far this year.


ENGLISH MOTHERFUCKER!

does the rest of the album RAWK like that track?

tapehead wrote:
I like the MIA track much more than the Timbaland produced number Come Around, which Doglips linked in the best new music thread recently(he did say it was shit). That Mark Ronson take on the Smiths is nuts.


yeah, that Ronson reinterpretation is growing on me.

so that DivShare works pretty well, huh? Thanks for the response, the three of you who have dl'd it already...


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Posted: Thu Apr 05, 2007 8:48 pm Post subject:
man, i cant download shit at work.

fuckin gentlemen!
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tapehead wrote:
c'est moi? probably my most listened to album so far this year.


ENGLISH MOTHERFUCKER!

does the rest of the album RAWK like that track?



I've listened to the Grinderman podcasts, and I can say that, yes, the rest of this album will rawk you off your virgin soul (sorry for the KISS reference). Tuesday is the day! E-music is the place! Best damn album cover of the year so far, as well.
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Posted: Thu Apr 05, 2007 11:16 pm Post subject:
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Tuesday is the day! E-music is the place! Best damn album cover of the year so far, as well.


that's a definite then, Tuesday?

'cuz I'm getting kinda twitchy waiting for it, but I'd rather get it legally...
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Posted: Thu Apr 05, 2007 11:31 pm Post subject:
The Grinderman LP is a blast. Never lets up from the off, a garage rock classic for sure.
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Posted: Thu Apr 05, 2007 11:41 pm Post subject:
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St. Alphonzo wrote:
Tuesday is the day! E-music is the place! Best damn album cover of the year so far, as well.


that's a definite then, Tuesday?

'cuz I'm getting kinda twitchy waiting for it, but I'd rather get it legally...


April 10 is the official US release date!

Thanks again to dog for turning me on to this one in the first place!
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Posted: Thu Apr 05, 2007 11:49 pm Post subject:
No probs, I'm downloading the Tom Waits collection you loved so much when My e-music refreshes.
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No probs, I'm downloading the Tom Waits collection you loved so much when My e-music refreshes.


You'll need more than the full month's allotment for that one! (is it 30 per month in the UK as well?). Three discs! I'd start with the "Brawlers" and pick up the other two as you are able... can't miss out on the other good releases!
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Posted: Fri Apr 06, 2007 12:16 am Post subject:
I get 40 a month. Bargain. I'll go for Brawlers first and check it out.
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I get 40 a month. Bargain. I'll go for Brawlers first and check it out.


40! Geez, y'all get Grinderman months ahead of time, and 40 friggin' downloads a month? England has about the same climate as the Pacific Northwest... hmmm...
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You got the Hold Steady and Decemberists months before us. We're even, lol.
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You got the Hold Steady and Decemberists months before us. We're even, lol.


In that case, I guess I'm staying put!
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Posted: Fri Apr 06, 2007 2:18 am Post subject:
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I get 40 a month. Bargain. I'll go for Brawlers first and check it out.


40!


it's latecomers like YOU who get the 30, sucka!
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Posted: Fri Apr 06, 2007 2:47 am Post subject:
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St. Alphonzo wrote:
thedoglippedone wrote:
I get 40 a month. Bargain. I'll go for Brawlers first and check it out.


40!


it's latecomers like YOU who get the 30, sucka!


Damn you all to hell!!!!!

I've only had the high-speed internet for a month now. I tried emusic in the past, but it's not really worthwhile on dial-up. 40! Damn.

Maybe if I send an email threatening to leave....
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Posted: Fri Apr 06, 2007 3:09 am Post subject:
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Keepcoolbutcare wrote:

tapehead wrote:
c'est moi? probably my most listened to album so far this year.


ENGLISH MOTHERFUCKER!

does the rest of the album RAWK like that track?



I've listened to the Grinderman podcasts, and I can say that, yes, the rest of this album will rawk you off your virgin soul (sorry for the KISS reference). Tuesday is the day! E-music is the place! Best damn album cover of the year so far, as well.


I've had it over a month - must have been released first in Australia. I've reviewed it here
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Posted: Wed Apr 11, 2007 5:51 am Post subject:
tapehead wrote:
St. Alphonzo wrote:
Keepcoolbutcare wrote:

tapehead wrote:
c'est moi? probably my most listened to album so far this year.


ENGLISH MOTHERFUCKER!

does the rest of the album RAWK like that track?



I've listened to the Grinderman podcasts, and I can say that, yes, the rest of this album will rawk you off your virgin soul (sorry for the KISS reference). Tuesday is the day! E-music is the place! Best damn album cover of the year so far, as well.


I've had it over a month - must have been released first in Australia. I've reviewed it here


It's too good to keep to one thread! "No Pussy Blues" is a fever-dream, post-apocalyptic version of Dylan's "It's Alright Ma (I'm Only Bleeding). "Honey Bee" would bring the rafters crashing down in concert. Jeebus I hope they do a large-scale tour. Nick Cave hasn't been this much fun since Murder Ballads.
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Bump that shit Robin.

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Postby Keepcoolbutcare on Wed Apr 25, 2007 8:35 pm

it's a radio rip (XFM satellite radio) so the quality ain't all that, but for the return of "Steady Bloggin'" I thought I'd post something that might interest a lot of ya'll...

courtesy of Web Vomit, The White Stripes, "Icky Thump".

track rips, and then kinda flits around with some synth noodling, revs up again, noodles some more, then kinda raves up again for the finale.

not too shabby.
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Postby St. Alphonzo on Wed Apr 25, 2007 8:51 pm

Keepcoolbutcare wrote:courtesy of Web Vomit, The White Stripes, "Icky Thump".


Some good crunchin' riffage... about what I'd expect from Mr. White. That synth noodling is a little off-putting though. I won't be able to fully judge until I can put this little winslow on eleven in my car though. Thanks KC!
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Postby Flumm on Thu Apr 26, 2007 4:21 am

I'm not always completely enveloped and enraptured by the music, but I can't help but feel that it's always good to have the White Stripes around...

I'm kinda digging it on firs spin, though. Hopefully the new record heeds good things...


And "new" Steady Bloggin' looks slimmer than I remember the "old" Steady Bloggin'.

The Steve Irwin Thread Diet?

Sigh, not healthy, Steady Bloggin', not healhty!

:(

Here.

Feist your hungry ears on this, old friend...

She's kind of going more than once around teh blogs right now, nevertheless, I spied a not inconsiderable number of B sides 'n remixes out there that were possibly slighlty less ubiquitous, and mostly, as it goes, very much worth their bitrate in sounds.

A sampling. A selection. The swag...


Mushabom (Red Demos)

Feist - Invitation

Fesit - Snow Lion

Feist - Lovertits (Peaches Cover)
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Postby stereosforgeeks on Sun Apr 29, 2007 3:07 pm

Feist is sweet and her new record is very solid. I definitely miss the whimsy of Let It Die
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Postby Keepcoolbutcare on Sat Feb 23, 2008 6:30 am

if any of ya'll are curious where some of us stumble across leaked albums, well, here you go.

sorry for not sharing earlier, it's just my nerd-ish tendencies kicking in; you know, not wanting to divulge some precious discovery in fear of losing whatever precocious finger-hold one has on the cutting edge, of being ahead of the curve.

lots and lots and lots of leaks, with a "how to" tutorial a couple pages back (see older posts).

new Elbow, new Nick Cave, vast quantities of highly illegal downstolen wares...and remember kids, it's ok, so long as you either buy it later, delete it after a couple listens if you decide it ain't for you*, and especially if you check out the band live and more so if you buy a t-shirt while at the gig. I know for a fact lots of smaller bands only make any scratch by selling merch.

enjoy!

and if you happen to sign up for a rapidshare account, please, remember who hooked you up in the first placed and don't be stingy with the login & password...

*I think that, aside from ease and cost, that the downstealing generation were likely fed up with getting burned - you know what I mean, when you buy an album just to discover that there's only really a couple decent tracks and the rest is pure filler. I know when I was a wee lad and didn't know the shit off jack's boots about music, it happened to me oodles of times.
If the quickly dying record labels had any sense at all, they might offer free streaming of entire albums, or follow the Radiohead* route and practically give away inferior sounding albums...or something so technically iffy as allowing people two listens before the album is yanked from your hard drive. A 30 second preview of a heretofore unknown track doesn't quite suffice, does it, not when you can rip the whole album.

*and, in our haste to anoint Radiohead with all the credit, realize that the hip-hop mixtape functions on a rather similar level - cats like 50 and others rose to underground fame based on jacking popular beats, rhyming over them, and selling, for cheap, the resultant product on streetcorners. The mixtape also functioned as a way for producers to whet appetites for upcoming singles, to give young up 'n comers who were unsigned a chance to shine.
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Postby Pacino86845 on Sat Feb 23, 2008 6:51 am

Thanks for the link + information + musings Keepcool, I've often wondered how you music nerds keep up with everything the way you seem to. Perhaps my ignorant ass can expand its horizons.
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Postby Keepcoolbutcare on Tue Mar 11, 2008 7:04 am

RIP Robin Hood of Indie Music - I didn't know you for long, but the downstealer that uploads multiple albums a night...gets a lot of attention from Google.

:P

and now I'm back to being a schnook.
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Postby AtomicHyperbole on Tue Mar 11, 2008 7:22 am

Not a massive shock that it got closed down...

Thanks for sharing though, KC. :wink:
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Postby Keepcoolbutcare on Tue Mar 11, 2008 7:26 am

AtomicHyperbole wrote:Not a massive shock that it got closed down...
Thanks for sharing though, KC. :wink:


that damn winky is making me paranoid...did you rat him out you devious dastard!?!

that's it...banned!

again!

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Postby Pacino86845 on Tue Mar 11, 2008 7:40 am

Damn, and here I am just as ignorant as ever!!! Any new sites pop up to replace that one?
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Postby Keepcoolbutcare on Tue Mar 11, 2008 7:54 am

Pacino86845 wrote:Damn, and here I am just as ignorant as ever!!! Any new sites pop up to replace that one?


i dunno...are YOU the ratfinkovich?!?

here's one (cheers stereo)

and one en espanol...

I'll post others if/when I find them.
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Postby AtomicHyperbole on Tue Mar 11, 2008 8:10 am

Keepcoolbutcare wrote:
AtomicHyperbol e wrote:Not a massive shock that it got closed down...
Thanks for sharing though, KC. :wink:


that damn winky is making me paranoid...did you rat him out you devious dastard!?!

that's it...banned!

again!

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I'd be a major hypocrite if I had. :wink: :wink: :wink: etc

But I guess I was one of the thousands that provided the inevitable traffic... :(
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Postby tapehead on Tue Mar 11, 2008 6:11 pm

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Pacino86845 wrote:Damn, and here I am just as ignorant as ever!!! Any new sites pop up to replace that one?


i dunno...are YOU the ratfinkovich?!?

here's one (cheers stereo)

and one en espanol...

I'll post others if/when I find them.


Great, now Pop Apocalypse has had it's teeth pulled too - lucky at least I yoinked The Long Blondes sophomore before the labels took an interest in this particular Blog's content...

I'm for keeping dl on the dl.

edit: tapes'n'tapes is still about there though..
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Postby Pacino86845 on Tue Mar 11, 2008 6:11 pm

Does this place qualify as "the dl"?
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Postby tapehead on Tue Mar 11, 2008 6:15 pm

Are you talking about gay sex between straight guys?
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Postby Pacino86845 on Tue Mar 11, 2008 6:18 pm

I think so...?
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Postby tapehead on Tue Mar 11, 2008 6:22 pm

Me too, and it is. But keep it on the qt, strictly hush hush.
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Postby tapehead on Tue Mar 11, 2008 8:02 pm

I do wonder whether, while a careful blogger can shut the door on google-bots and spiders, does our linking them in threads like this actually make their coming up as a result on a search engine more likely, and hence make them more conspicuous?

I don't really know the answer to this question, I'm just wondering.
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Postby King Of Nowhere on Tue Mar 11, 2008 8:13 pm

tapehead wrote:I do wonder whether, while a careful blogger can shut the door on google-bots and spiders, does our linking them in threads like this actually make their coming up as a result on a search engine more likely, and hence make them more conspicuous?

I don't really know the answer to this question, I'm just wondering.


hold on & i'll give it a test.
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Postby King Of Nowhere on Tue Mar 11, 2008 8:20 pm

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That's me viewing the thread as a guest (i made a guide for that a while back).

It's indexed by google & nobody has to register to see it, so it would be quite easy to find it if you knew what you were searching for.

In saying that, there's the possibility of it being an anti-piracy zoner reporting the links.
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Postby tapehead on Tue Mar 11, 2008 8:23 pm

Having said that, Pop Apocalypse and the like do come up on even a very casual google search...
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Postby Lord Voldemoo on Tue Mar 11, 2008 8:24 pm

king_of_nowhere wrote:
In saying that, there's the possibility of it being an anti-piracy zoner reporting the links.


possible, but unlikely i think...
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Postby King Of Nowhere on Tue Mar 11, 2008 8:57 pm

Lord Voldemoo wrote:
king_of_nowhere wrote:
In saying that, there's the possibility of it being an anti-piracy zoner reporting the links.


possible, but unlikely i think...


I dunno, i mean it's not like this thread has seen much action, 23 posts but 561 views as of right now.

I wouldn't say that's what's happening, but there were some "piracy is wrong & you are a dirty thief" type views in this thread.

But it's more likely a guest or what Tape was saying, it's not too hard to find a bunch of those kinda sites if you word the search right.
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Postby tapehead on Tue Mar 11, 2008 9:10 pm

KON, you are one paranoid dude.
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Postby King Of Nowhere on Tue Mar 11, 2008 9:17 pm

tapehead wrote:KON, you are one paranoid dude.


heh, you guys said that with the spam-bots & now we have 39195 registered users.

i'm just listing the possibilities.
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Postby Keepcoolbutcare on Wed Mar 12, 2008 6:09 am

tapehead wrote:Great, now Pop Apocalypse has had it's teeth pulled too - lucky at least I yoinked The Long Blondes sophomore before the labels took an interest in this particular Blog's content...


qua?

she's had cease and desist requests in the past, and she honors them. It's funny that on her page, the Fleet Foxes LP has been blocked at the labels request...but the EP hasn't! And the posts are, I believe, consecutive, or close to it.

oh, and Google taketh Robin Hood away...and still foolishly giveth ala said Mr. Hood, as any half assed search with band name + Robin Hood and a click on the good ol Google cache link will get you to the original page anyway!
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Postby tapehead on Wed Mar 12, 2008 7:13 pm

Keepcoolbutcare wrote:qua?

Dictionary.com wrote:qua \KWAY; KWAH\, preposition:
In the capacity or character of; as.
From the Latin Qui, meaning 'who'

I'm more just wondering aloud how naive / smart these leak-posting bloggers seem to be regards the interwubs and their legal position...
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Postby Keepcoolbutcare on Wed Mar 12, 2008 7:34 pm

tapehead wrote:I'm more just wondering aloud how naive / smart these leak-posting bloggers seem to be regards the interwubs and their legal position...


well, it depends on the case...when Anna's asked to take down a link, she's most likely asked by a particular label - hence you'll see a {link removed at label's request} message. I've seen other blogs do the same, either for individual tracks or full albums.

RHoIM's was different - I think he must've received cease and desists from lable's, but he didn't comply. So what the labels then do is bring their beef to whatever company runs the particular blog - in RH's case, I believe he was on Google - they're the one's who yoinked both RHoIM 1 & 2.
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Postby tapehead on Tue May 13, 2008 9:59 pm

Pop Apocalypse appears to no longer exist.

suckage.


Hey, here's a neat-o idea. Why don't we use this thread to start linking handy blogs, for the opinions and the samples and the downstealing and the free musical treats?
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Postby Keepcoolbutcare on Tue May 13, 2008 10:23 pm

pays being Anna's friend on Facebook!

http://popapocalypse.blogspot.com/

she got shut down, but is starting it up again.

and I would've been putting up the various blogs I go to, but some paranoid douche kept carping about the (super slim) possibility that the shut downs were somehow related to us posting the links in the Zone.

but I'm more than willing to share my booty.
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Postby tapehead on Tue May 13, 2008 10:30 pm

Keepcoolbutcare wrote:pays being Anna's friend on Facebook!

http://popapocalypse.blogspot.com/

she got shut down, but is starting it up again.


I like the new title - different.

Keepcoolbutcare wrote:and I would've been putting up the various blogs I go to, but some paranoid douche kept carping about the (super slim) possibility that the shut downs were somehow related to us posting the links in the Zone.


Who is that guy? he's a MASSIVE douche.

Keepcoolbutcare wrote:but I'm more than willing to share my booty.


shameless hussy.




...don't think twice, it's alright posted M.ward's discography recently - dude puts up older stuff, is a little folk-centric and likes his ST albums...
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Postby stereosforgeeks on Tue May 13, 2008 10:41 pm

Keepcoolbutcare wrote:pays being Anna's friend on Facebook!

http://popapocalypse.blogspot.com/

she got shut down, but is starting it up again.

and I would've been putting up the various blogs I go to, but some paranoid douche kept carping about the (super slim) possibility that the shut downs were somehow related to us posting the links in the Zone.

but I'm more than willing to share my booty.


updated my RSS!
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Postby Keepcoolbutcare on Wed May 14, 2008 10:43 pm

tired of tinny, shitty sounding rips?

try 320 raider.

guaranteed 320kbps.

not exactly the freshest of the fresh, the newest of the new material (after all, most leaks ain't), but if you're a discerning listeners who wants only good quality audio, you can't do better.
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Postby stereosforgeeks on Wed May 14, 2008 10:54 pm

Keepcoolbutcare wrote:tired of tinny, shitty sounding rips?

try 320 raider.

guaranteed 320kbps.

not exactly the freshest of the fresh, the newest of the new material (after all, most leaks ain't), but if you're a discerning listeners who wants only good quality audio, you can't do better.


Still a V0 fan ;)

Tried flac, ape etc... but for most purposes its not needed. My ears have been blown out by too many shows anyway.
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Postby tapehead on Wed May 14, 2008 10:55 pm

Keepcoolbutcare wrote:tired of tinny, shitty sounding rips?

try 320 raider.


I 'sampled' Talking Heads Fear of Music there a few weeks ago, as my old vinyl is just about fucked - odd mix of stuff, and the bloggers is a BIG fan of Silversun Pickups, but definitely worth a bookmark.
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What are the best music news sites out there?

Postby Animorganimate on Tue Mar 10, 2009 2:05 am

I was wondering what sites the AICN community reads for your daily dose of music news. A lot of the sites I find are too...commercial I guess. I want real news by real music junkies.
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Re: What are the best music news sites out there?

Postby Seppuku on Tue Mar 10, 2009 2:10 am

You mean Yoko Knowles ain't good enough for you?! Hoity toity, aren't we?

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Best blogs or radio stations on the net for new rock?

Postby Conroy420 on Mon Sep 07, 2009 11:25 pm

Hey guys,

As the title asks, any one know the best blogs or radio stations on the net for new rock?



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