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    New Albums that are "doing it" for you.

    I've gone a wee while without listening to much in the way of new music, but there's been a spate of album releases I've wanted to check out lately for one reason or another and I've been pleasantly surprised.

    Babel - Mumford and Sons: Develops their sound from Sigh No More and really cements them as a success. Great album IMO.

    My Head is an Animal - Of Monsters and Men: Didn't know who they were but someone suggested I check out their new album and I like it! Quite different to what I would normally listen to but I thought it was a beautifully composed album and very relaxing.

    Dead Silence - Billy Talent: People either love or hate Billy Talent and I'm firmly in the former camp. This album was pretty damned awesome IMO. Been on repeat in my car for a few weeks now!

    The 2nd Law - Muse: Can't say this does anything for me. I've been gradually going off Muse in recent years and their last album was a poor effort IMO. This is cringeworthy in places with only a few beacons of hope. Completely lost their hard edge and exceptional riffs which made them the band they are today. Madness and Panic Station are brutal...
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    At the moment...

    deadmau5 - album title goes here. Another solid release from le mau5. The stand out tracks are channel 42 with wolfgang gartner and telemiscommunication with imogen hepe.

    Tritonal - peircing the quiet (the remixs) texas based trance duo. Some fantastic re-edits but Something New feat Jenry R (Rafeal Frost remix) is a solid anthem...

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    Bob Dylan's "Tempest" and Mark Knopfler's "Privateering" - music at its finest....

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    Listening to Band of Horses - Mirage Rock. Don't think its quite as strong as any of their previous albums but it'll do me meantime.

    Also enjoying an album called Nothing Bad Will Ever Happen by a band called Dignan Porch. I think the genre is "low-fi"....getting too old to keep up with "genres"

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    Listening to The National - High Violet just now. It's not new but it's new to me. Beautiful record sung seriously like "It's always raining outside, I'm blue and I'm going to tell you how that feels", in a Leonard Cohen baritone voice.

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    The new Killers album is quailty
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    Ma Fleur by Cinematic Orchestra is excellent.

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    Not "new" but Great Expectations by The Gaslight Anthem is always on my stereo at the moment. Absolutely love it.
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    Although it came out last year the dwarves - are born again is currently my favourite piece of vinyl. Sleazy punk rock at its very best.

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    Quote Originally Posted by degenerated View Post
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    Although it came out last year the dwarves - are born again is currently my favourite piece of vinyl. Sleazy punk rock at its very best.
    Love the Dwarves, saw them live at reading a few years back - Amazing.
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    Love the Dwarves, saw them live at reading a few years back - Amazing.
    You should check out "radio like you want," it's online or podcasts. It's presented by blag dahlia from the dwarves and another guy mike routhier. Some superb guests every week like jello, electric Frankenstein, antiseen, Zeke, restarts and more. Superb music on it as we'll.

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    Quote Originally Posted by degenerated View Post
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    You should check out "radio like you want," it's online or podcasts. It's presented by blag dahlia from the dwarves and another guy mike routhier. Some superb guests every week like jello, electric Frankenstein, antiseen, Zeke, restarts and more. Superb music on it as we'll.
    Awesome! Cheers! I would like to point out... I love Zeke too.
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    I Know What Love Isn't by Jens Lekman and The Plot Against Common Sense by Future Of The Left have both been getting a lot of spins in the Shinyfinish household.

    Logan, McGregor, Hanlon (Gunnarsson 83), Fontaine (Henderson 70), Gray, Fyvie, McGeouch, McGinn, Stevenson, Stokes, Cummings (Keatings 65)

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    Department of Disappearance - new album from Jason Lytle (Grandaddy). Very good.

    Also System Preferences by Earlimart. More of the same I suppose but I like it.

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    Not bought the album, but i'm currently listening to I'm in the mood for dancing, by the Nolans. Great tune.

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    Jake bugg's album is a great listen and Calvin Harris 18months is packed full of hits one of the best dance albums Iv heard in a long time

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    The new rolling stones album that's coming out in November mainly for there new song doom and gloom is good

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    It is (defo!) not new... but I am listening to Danzig-era Misfits on repeat at the moment. Nowt but "Where eagles dare", "Last Caress", "Die, Die my Darling" and the like!
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    Johnny Marrs 'The Messenger' isn't released until January but I've just heard the title track and it's magnificent

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    Bleached Highlights by Linden

    10 amazing guitar pop songs

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    Quote Originally Posted by hibsbollah View Post
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    Johnny Marrs 'The Messenger' isn't released until January but I've just heard the title track and it's magnificent
    funnily enough dug out the healers album last week and wished I hadn't. Much better than that, then?

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    Mumford & Sons - Babel, and I just picked up the Paradise Edition of Lana Del Rey's "Born to die" - Absolutely loving it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lester B View Post
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    funnily enough dug out the healers album last week and wished I hadn't. Much better than that, then?
    I loved it. ive never heard his healers stuff so cant compare...

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    Not all new but the following are deffinitely getting constant play just now.

    Parkway Drive - Atlas
    Bury Tomorrow - The Union Of Crowns
    Sleeping With Sirens - If You Were A Movie, This Would Be Your Soundtrack
    While She Sleeps - This Is The Six
    Architects - Daybreaker

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haymaker View Post
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    It is (defo!) not new... but I am listening to Danzig-era Misfits on repeat at the moment. Nowt but "Where eagles dare", "Last Caress", "Die, Die my Darling" and the like!
    If you haven't already heard them then the undead are well worth a listen. It's the original misfits guitarist bobby steele's band. Dawn of the undead is probably their best album.

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    Quote Originally Posted by degenerated View Post
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    If you haven't already heard them then the undead are well worth a listen. It's the original misfits guitarist bobby steele's band. Dawn of the undead is probably their best album.
    I think I have but will go a check once my "Misfits only" thing stops!
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Story So Far... View Post
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    My Head is an Animal - Of Monsters and Men: Didn't know who they were but someone suggested I check out their new album and I like it! Quite different to what I would normally listen to but I thought it was a beautifully composed album and very relaxing.
    I'd never heard of them before but a friend recommended them to me - bought their album and fell in love with it right away. It usually takes me some time to 'warm up' to a whole album, but I think I loved every single track in the first run-through. Got a really nice 'feel-good' vibe to the music as well.

    Was pleasantly surprised to hear 'Little Talks' played at Easter Road recently too! Think it I heard it a couple of weeks ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hibsbollah View Post
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    Johnny Marrs 'The Messenger' isn't released until January but I've just heard the title track and it's magnificent
    agreed a bit electronic esque without the sumner

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    Quote Originally Posted by pacorosssco View Post
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    agreed a bit electronic esque without the sumner
    also Tim Burgess new album is worth a look

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    Also got my hands on Marilyn Manson's new album - Born Villain - I've been listening to it in-between Lana del Rey and Morrissey

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