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    Serfs up! By Fat White Family.

    One of these that came up randomly on Spotify and I've been listening to this album and their back catalogue for weeks


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    I never thought I'd see the day Slipknot had an album at #1 in the UK album chart.

    But Christ, does it deserve to be there. We Are Not Your Kind is utterly superb.

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    I never thought I'd see the day Slipknot had an album at #1 in the UK album chart.

    But Christ, does it deserve to be there. We Are Not Your Kind is utterly superb.
    To me, it sounds like the album they should have made after volume 3. it’s an absolute banger and a return to the heavy days.

    Knocked Loose are putting out some incredible hardcore songs at the moment

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    Blank Mass's new album Animated Violence Mild is a full on stoater...Hopefully get over to catch him in Glasgow in November

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    Black Midi - schlagenheim.


    Bonkers

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    Black Midi - schlagenheim.


    Bonkers
    Brilliant debut, and going by the videos that Pitchfork festival put up recently they are even better live.

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    Brilliant debut, and going by the videos that Pitchfork festival put up recently they are even better live.
    Sure is. Probably album of the year so far for me.

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    Sure is. Probably album of the year so far for me.
    I tried the album but didn’t get it all, wasn’t sure what I had listened to!

    Yours,

    A grumpy old git

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    I tried the album but didn’t get it all, wasn’t sure what I had listened to!

    Yours,

    A grumpy old git
    It is a bit different!

    Worth trying again took a few listens for me to get into it.

    The vocals are great a bit Johnny Rotten at times.

  12. #881
    Days of The Bagnold Summer - Belle & Sebastian

    Really really good.

    Sister Buddha is pop perfection

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    Face to Phase by rRoxymore....Left field dance/club/not sure type stuff

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    Not new by any sense of the word, but digging through The Black Keys back cat is bringing me great joy at the moment

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    The self titled album by the walker roaders, which I stumbled upon on spotify.
    The band includes james fearnley of the pogues and other members from dropkick murphys and flogging molly.

    https://youtu.be/2jiWr7kn49I

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    the new kublai khan album is class

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    Nick Cave’s new one is tremendous.

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    Kim Gordon - No Home Record.

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    Quote Originally Posted by patch1875 View Post
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    Kim Gordon - No Home Record.
    Good album
    Pre ordered Dylan "travelling through" Cash n Dylan at last with decent mixing, also the track list looks good.
    Edit: arrived today, love it already
    Last edited by wpj; 01-11-2019 at 07:35 PM.

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    The Stanton Warriors

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    counterparts - nothing left to love

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    Really enjoying the new Jimmy Eat World album, Surviving. Their last 2 albums have been brilliant, I'd written them off after a couple of pretty dire efforts.

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    Currently listening to the new Sun Arcana album (only 5 tracks) this morning - love it - very Don Broco-esque.

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    The latest album from Michael Kiwanuka is a masterpiece.

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    The latest album from Michael Kiwanuka is a masterpiece.
    It sure is!

    Onto DJ Shadow just now that’s very good also.

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    Elder Island - The Omnitone collection on repeat this week

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    Liking The Who’s new album, good to see them making something relative to their age and not simply falling into the trap of dinosaurs still trying to do what they were doing 40 years ago.

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    I've been listening to Norma Jean's "All Hail" on repeat for the past month or so now. It's relentless, it's ferocious and it utterly grooves in places.

    I've also been listening to Bring Me The Horizon's latest track "Ludens" on repeat for a while now - it was written in 6 days as a soundtrack song for Death Stranding and it's one of their best in a while.

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    At this time of year our thoughts tend towards those less fortunate than ourselves.

    With that in mind, I'd like to play a very "moving" song which gets across a message in tune with the times and, appositely, is germane to all our lives and digestive systems.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b_As2ao3Ga8

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    Lankums ‘Between the earth & the sky’ is spellbinding...probably my album of the year.

    At the othe end of the spectrum Karen’s ‘’Grapefruit Regret’ is almost as good as one of their banging live sets.

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    Hats by The Blue Nile.

    Bear with me, it was remastered and re-released at the end of November on heavy vinyl, limited edition of 1000. It replaces the cassette tape.


    Stranger Things Have Happened (An Original Edinburgh Soundtrack) by Out of the Ordinary (Joseph Malik, Chris Greive, David Donnely, Steven Christie, Saleem Andrew McGroarty and Tam Dean Burn
    They tried to bury us, they didn't realise we were seeds.

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