Foo Fighters’ last record.
Warning Shots - Saigon, just got the cd (:|) in the post today
Siamese Dream, mmmmm fuzzzzzz
Clutchy Hopkins, kinda cool. And smooth.
I’m off to Download on Tuesday, so as much crappy nu metal as I can fit on a mix CD.
I’m the driver, and torturing passengers is one of the few perks.
A mix of:
An indie band called The Republic of Wolves, they’re currently unsigned but are super good. I bought their recent self-released EP and they all signed it and sent a personal thank you message in the box.
I always think it’s really nice when bands do stuff like that. Granted the only time I can remember it happening was when I pre ordered Race Horses first album, but still, it’s a nice touch.
Welcome to the Machine - Pink Floyd
david bowie - low
The whole album
you then might just like Wignut Dishwashers Union and its predecessor Johnny Hobo & the Freight Trains too.
i’m mostly listening to POS and Tyler the Creator these days although the latter is a major tool.
Right now I’m going through Fucked Up’s new album, David Comes to Life. REALLY good. Much more melodic than you’d expect.
i lost interest after hidden world but i’m probably just annoyed that all those good looking pitchfork-hipster-kids started to show up at my punk shows.
Thanks! RYM recommended me Regina Spector because it’s labeled and tagged as anti-folk along with Andrew and a couple of others but hell if I know how they managed to push this two things together, I gotta check the ones you mentioned then.
This week, I are been mostly listening to … Journey. All their albums.
Kitchens of Distinction - Love Is Hell
Often lumped into the 90’s shoegaze bracket - so much more than that.
Wolfenswan, you made my day. I’m addicted now. Johnny Hobo. Oh my god. This is perfection. I’m licking God’s feet now.
Got around to giving the Grimes / d’Eon split LP a listen. Bloody great, probably prefer most of the Grimes tracks to the ones on her album. Also on constant rotation is Egyptrixx’s debut and the Christina Carter album ‘Texas Blues Working’. Can’t recommend those two enough.
Other than that the odd FACT mix or Rinse FM show.
hah. everybody insta-loves johnny hobo; pat’s lyrics and perfomance are truly brilliant (although last i heard he went into rehab, no idea how he’s faring)
his material can be somewhat hard to track down, send me a pm if you don’t find anything.
I also love Johnny Hobo.
<s>For stuff in a similar vein (although a little more hipster) check out Andrew Jackson Jihad. (An electric track off the new album)</s> Didnt read the rest of the thread. Whoops. If you like folk-punk like that, check out One reason and Arms Aloft. They aren’t so ‘folk-y’ but they are great bands.
WRT Fucked Up- Saw them in Cardiff (and then later in Bristol the same day) and they were incredible. Nice to see some other people into punk on here