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Daft Punk, At chawz'z house 3:30 Saturday, May 28, 2011 |





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Enjoy your summer kiddies (ps. this is Vol. 1 and Vol. 2)

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Diana Damrau - Arie di Bravura (2007) Friday, May 27, 2011 |


While the real album art for this release is pretty terrible, the opposite could be said for Diana Damrau. One of my favorite Opera singers of all time, Damrau really shines when faced with even the most difficult of vocal solos. The so-called German 'voice-wreckers' give her no pause, and she sings through them with ease and always approaches these complex arias with interesting artistic interpretation. Truly she is a world-class Opera singer, and worth hearing even if Opera is not your main interest.

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Beefcake – Coincidentia Oppositorum (2000) Thursday, May 26, 2011 |





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Yo dawg I hurd you liek IDM so I posted some. Classic Hymen IDM from Beefcake, p.much can't go wrong there. 16 untitled tracks which all tie into eachother with a lot of nice sounds and spanning quite a few genres. Really nice stuff, like I said it's classic from the Hymen back catalog. For fans of Gridlock, Lusine, Venetian Snares, Wisp, Kattoo (who is a member of Beefcake) and many others.

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The Drift - Memory Drawings (2008) Wednesday, May 25, 2011 |


Have you ever found your mind wandering while you lazed about in the summer heat, thinking to yourself: 'What would a post-rock jazz album sound like?' It happened to me a few weeks ago, and this was one product of my searches. I think I'll allow it to speak for itself, and refrain from saying anything about the album. An interesting find, to say the least.

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Slowride - C/S (2006) |


Slowride's C/S is similar to True Widow, in that they both employ a copious amount of downtempo tunes to good effect. However, in addition to being slowcore, Slowride also employs elements from emo and indie music. (Old school emo, not whiny kids who like 'The Nightmare Before Christmas') It's loud but not forward, a dull and melancholy rock album that bleeds instead of pounds. This is a must-have for any slowcore fan, and a damn fine album in general.

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Yukihiro Takahashi - Murdered By the Music (1980) Monday, May 23, 2011 |




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Yukihiro Takahashi is someone you all know of but don't know. He is the percussion and voice behind Yellow Magic Orchestra and has done tons of solo work throughout his long and very bountiful career. This album is dated, I hate to admit, but is a fun listen. Lots of very early synth-pop type rock, which should fit in well with any fan of earlier YMO, Kraftwerk type music. I've been enjoying this a lot the past few weeks, hopefully one of you will as well :)

04/2012: Fixed the link because someone on tumblr posted this :)
-P! / gmn4

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Pixelord - Puzzles (2011) |


This is what I wish electronic music started evolving towards instead of dubstep/brostep. Lush electronic tones, carefully crafted into interesting rhythms that tell a story. Airy and distant vocals set over a gritty cityscape of post-futuristic grime. It's imaginative, playful, creative, and just plain fun to listen to. However, let me warn you, this isn't for listening to with friends, it's too languid and unforward, it doesn't press it's point into you, but rather opens a door and invites you inside. This is a piece you have to explore, not just experience. Frankly, that's a good thing. If there is one thing electronic music desperately needs; it's a little bit of subtlety. Grab it, listen well, and if you like it, buy it. I can't speak for every electronic lover, but I know that I want more. The album starts off with Kiwi Dream, a really damn good intro to a great album, and hits it's stride at track two, Vulvatron, which is fucking amazing. I suppose I could be a little bit more verbose about it, but I really think that sums it up. Three, Oh Lord, builds off the momentum from track two, introducing some of their elements but presenting them in a new light. I'm not sure what to make of track four, it's sub-rhythmic, uncaring, and decidedly downtempo. After these four tracks, the album consists of a pantheon of remixes, some good, some bad, you know how that is. Either way, this is definitely a release to snag.

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CunninLynguists - Oneirology (2011) Sunday, May 22, 2011 |

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AMAZING hip-hop, great beats, etc

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The Caretaker - An Empty Bliss Beyond This World (2011) |


Work with me on this. Imagine a 50s band, (with me so far?) playing mournful and yet somehow familiar tunes. Now take this band and place them within a massive cavern, and assure them that there is no escape, and they must play. That is precisely what this album sounds like. If you were wondering what kind of music sounds just like the quiet death of beauty, this would be it. There is a staid, poignant, lively, and undead quality to this album that is unlike any that I have heard before it. One of the most interesting conceptual albums I have heard in a long time, and not something you will probably hear of outside this blog. An underground album that sounds well... underground? Color me interested, and hopefully you too, dear reader.

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The Summer of Tunes |

Every day a new album posted. You ready for that? I know I am. First post comes in a few hours. After that, one post every day for the rest of summer. That's a lot of good music.

Stay tuned, Damen und Herren, it's just getting started.

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The Avalanches - Since I Left You (2001) Saturday, May 21, 2011 |

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My first turntablism album, I guess. And, woa, now I know why /mu/ loves this album so much, it's awesome!

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Bullion - Young Heartache EP (2009) Sunday, May 15, 2011 |


Tracklist:
1. Young Heartache
2. Are You the One?
3. Time For Us All To Love
4. Long Promised

If you find that Teebs is in your discography at the moment of your reading this, then I highly suggest you repeatedly click download or purchase in a frenzied manner. This is no time to act refined, because Bullion is well worth appearing a little crazy over. Downtempo synth-like bass, perfect samples that neither act as ends unto themselves nor as background noise; Bullion knows what he is doing. If you're into electronic, and good electronic at that, I highly suggest you go to his bandcamp page and start tossing money at him so he makes another album, because when his full-length drops, it's going to be a big deal. Mark my words reader, this guy is going to be known.

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Ulver - Wars of the Roses (2011) Wednesday, May 4, 2011 |

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