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What are you listening to right now?

 
 
Region Philbis
 
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Reply Thu 27 Aug, 2020 04:52 pm

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bobsal u1553115
 
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Reply Fri 28 Aug, 2020 01:21 pm
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Region Philbis
 
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Reply Mon 31 Aug, 2020 07:24 am

Shocked who knew a gong could sound like this...

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bobsal u1553115
 
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Reply Mon 31 Aug, 2020 07:36 am
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Frank Apisa
 
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Reply Mon 31 Aug, 2020 07:36 am
@BillW,
BillW wrote:

Yo...Bill,
Hingehead asked: "By who"

You responded,
"I had forgotten this was a music thread:

"Secrets of the Forbidden City" -
Nova: Season 44, Episode 15
The architectural design of Beijing's ancient complex of palaces and temples enabled it to survive centuries of earthquake shocks."


Yeah, I think I've heard of them.

Swedish group, right?

They gotta do something about that name, though. "I Had" or "I Had Forgotten" should be enough! Wink
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hingehead
 
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Reply Mon 31 Aug, 2020 11:27 pm
French New Wave from Indochine
It's pretty good

track 'Alice & June'
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Rebelofnj
 
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Reply Thu 3 Sep, 2020 02:24 pm
Wuthering Heights by Kate Bush

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hingehead
 
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Reply Thu 3 Sep, 2020 06:53 pm
Unknown (to me until just now) 80s space rock from Outskirts Of Infinity (Nick Saloman's band before Bevis Frond).



Possibly David Gilmour's lovechild....
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hingehead
 
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Reply Sun 6 Sep, 2020 08:22 pm
A J.B. Lenoir compilation - this track specifically



I had to look him up because I thought he sounded a bit like a blues woman a la Bessie Smith. J.B. is his name (not his initials and he pronounces his family name like 'Lenore' rather than the French 'Lenwah'

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hingehead
 
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Reply Tue 8 Sep, 2020 04:01 pm
Mogwai's 2020 soundtrack for Italian crime drama ZEROZEROZERO

It's really quite good

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Region Philbis
 
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Reply Sat 12 Sep, 2020 02:17 pm

she did Jeepster the other day on Corden...

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bobsal u1553115
 
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Reply Sat 12 Sep, 2020 06:18 pm
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hingehead
 
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Reply Sun 13 Sep, 2020 06:10 pm
Foxy Shazam's 'Welcome To The Church of Rock n Roll' album - the Lost Turntable blogger raved about them (I've followed that blog for years/decades). He has 'diverse' tastes. I wouldn't say it's my favourite but it does answer the question 'What happened to glam rock?' and it's delivered firmly tongue in cheek (we're just not sure whose cheek, Tom).

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Tommy40
 
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Reply Mon 14 Sep, 2020 07:51 pm
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9o70Qc4FTH4
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AlexAuba
 
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Reply Tue 15 Sep, 2020 10:30 am
@Craven de Kere,
recently i have got addicted to chillout
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hingehead
 
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Reply Wed 16 Sep, 2020 06:35 am
Dan Mason's Void album - discogs says it's 'Vaporwave'



This is discogs description of vaporwave:
discogs wrote:

Vaporwave Music Description

Vaporwave is a genre that emerged in the early 2010s. It is often characterized by a nostalgic fascination with retro cultural aesthetics, commercial fragments, and technology, as well as a critical or parodic preoccupation with consumer capitalism, popular culture, '80s yuppie culture, and new-age tropes.

Vaporwave grew out of styles such as witch house and chillwave, as well as related internet communities. Musically, it is often characterized by its heavy use of samples from late '70s, '80s, '90s and early 2000s popular music as well as lounge, smooth jazz or elevator music. Samples are often pitched, layered or altered in classic chopped and screwed style.

Vaporwave is also home to a multitude of sub-genres, which include the following: mallsoft, which combines the typical vaporwave style with a reverb-heavy, atmospheric sound, and utilizes themes of shopping and the buildings in which it occurs - vaportrap, which typically puts ambient synths and pads with trap-styled drum patterns atop its samples - future funk, a more upbeat take on vaporwave that is reminiscent of nu-disco both in production and sound - vapornoise, which typically lathers the original vaporwave style with distortion and glitches - broken transmission, a sub-genre that takes any one of these styles (typically the chopped-and-screwed approach) and applies it to samples taken from commercials and similar media - utopian virtual, an approach that tends to involve sounds akin to MIDI sequencing and a heavily electronic sound, mostly themed around the concept of perfect life - hypnagogic drift, a more ambient take on the chopped-and-screwed style, making copious use of phasers and delay - late night lo-fi, a style that primarily samples funk and R&B to create a soulful atmosphere, and VHS pop, a style that combines the typical vaporwave style with punchy hip-hop beats.


Suddenly I feel like the more you define something the more you strangle it.
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hingehead
 
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Reply Wed 16 Sep, 2020 09:12 pm
Right now it's Emmylou Harris's Wrecking Ball album




Which reminded me that I'd never paid any attention to her until I heard her cover of Tracy Chapman's "All That You Have Is Your Soul' on some endless highway internet mixtape that I randomly downloaded somewhen.


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