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The Music of Greencine
Topic by: sinisterguffaw
Posted: July 23, 2005 - 12:40 PM PDT
Last Reply: September 29, 2008 - 9:26 AM PDT

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author topic: The Music of Greencine
echorust
post #41  on January 5, 2007 - 11:19 AM PST  
Helvetia
speakreflection
post #42  on January 6, 2007 - 3:26 PM PST  
anyone here a member of lastfm?
artifex
post #43  on February 5, 2007 - 3:52 PM PST  
I was driving my sister home yesterday, and we heard some Röyksopp on XM, and I was glad the display gave the artist info, because I totally couldn't place it, despite owning the album. That's been one of the perils for me of owning albums in iTMS from artists I've not discovered previously: everything runs together and I sometimes forget who does what. No, album art doesn't help, because at best I'll say, ok, it's from that album with that splotch on the cover. :)
speakreflection
post #44  on February 6, 2007 - 4:12 PM PST  
> On February 5, 2007 - 3:52 PM PST artifex wrote:
> ---------------------------------
> I was driving my sister home yesterday, and we heard some Röyksopp on XM, and I was glad the display gave the artist info, because I totally couldn't place it, despite owning the album. That's been one of the perils for me of owning albums in iTMS from artists I've not discovered previously: everything runs together and I sometimes forget who does what. No, album art doesn't help, because at best I'll say, ok, it's from that album with that splotch on the cover. :)
> ---------------------------------

I love that they got the Caveman theme song.
troublemaker
post #45  on August 27, 2007 - 5:03 PM PDT  
> On July 25, 2005 - 10:26 AM PDT rmarkd wrote:
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> > On July 23, 2005 - 12:40 PM PDT sinisterguffaw wrote:
> > ---------------------------------
> > So what have you been listening to lately?
> uhhh.... NPR? Does that count?
>
> Music-wise, I've kinda gone for the mellow/ambient/trip-hop stuff.
>
> This is my current music rotation:
> Air - Talkie Walkie, Moon Safari
> Kruder & Dorfmeister - K&D sessions
> Thievery Corporation - various
> Massive Attack - Mezzanine, 100th Window
> Portishead - Dummy
> Azure Ray - various
> Radiohead - OK Computerm, Kid A
>
> By the way, if anyone listens to similar music and can suggest other groups, please let me know! (Already tried tricky, Zero7, Sneaker Pimps, Hooverphonic, Tosca, Morcheeba.)
>
> -Mark
>
>
>
>
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K&D Sessions is one of my absolute favorite compilations/mixes of al tim e. With that said, have you ever listened to Boozoo Bajou? They have an album "Satta!" which might be up your ally. I'd also fully endorse any release by Nightmares on Wax, "Smoker's Delight" especially being an absolute classic. And if you haven't heard Loveage yet, do yourself a favor and get that.

More in the hip-hop vein is a cd by Rae & Christian from the AnotherLateNight series. That mix is an absolute gem from begining to end.

A bit on the funkier side would be Bitter:Sweet "The Mating Game." It's upbeat and sexy. If you like Supreme Beings of Leisure, you'll like this (1/2 of the group is from Supreme Beings).

Let me know what you think. Enjoy! :)
Battie
post #46  on August 28, 2007 - 11:30 AM PDT  
What happened to rmarkd anyway?

I've been listening to BoA, The Organ and Rubicks. Also a lot of a local radio station that features southern rock, rock-country, blues-rock, etc. Basically, southern music that's more rock than anything else. Lots of Stevie Ray Vaughan. Though I think they played a Bob Dylan song ("Everybody must get stoned!") at one point. Don't think that falls under the category of southern.

I'll probably revert back to Tito & Tarantula soon. Mmmm.
weezy
post #47  on September 27, 2007 - 4:23 PM PDT  
Getting ready to go to LA's Neighborhood Fest this weekend, so you best believe I'm on an electro-danz kick!

HAR MAR Superstar, Chromeo, !!!, and White Williams = ultimate booty shakedown

Can't get enough of the new Beirut and Animal Collective albums too.
speakreflection
post #48  on September 25, 2008 - 5:53 PM PDT  
Zion I
Great Cali Hip-Hop
hamano
post #49  on September 25, 2008 - 6:47 PM PDT  
Ow, if you just waited two days it would have been a whole year between your post and the last post!

I'm listening to a girl singer from Australia named Lenka. She's actually acted in The Dish and a horror movie called Lost Things...

Also an Estonian Bjork-wannabe named Kerli.

Also a Chinese pop singer with a strange obsession with dolls named Cao Fang. She writes the sort of songs they make fun of in Detroit Metal City (the kind Negishi likes).
doozer
post #50  on September 25, 2008 - 7:08 PM PDT  
I've been listening to a lot of Ultrafink and Radio Iodine. Neither of them have websites I can refer you to, because they're ex bands from my hometown from when I was in high school that I used to sneak out of the house and pretend I was older than I actually was to go see.

It was time for some reminiscin'.
Vanamonde
post #51  on September 26, 2008 - 8:47 PM PDT  
Tonight, I've dusted off my ancient copy of Patti Smith's "Horses" by the Godmuthra of Punk herself. Okay, actually it is part of my MP3 collection, as the vinyl, the 8-track, and the cassette copies are looooong gone.

"Free Money" never fails to drive me to tears. And these days, it seems so timely. Just kept on rollin' and dreamin'!

Then I read her bio on the Wiki - raised Jehovah's Witness, lived in the Hotel Chelsea with Robert Mapplethorpe. She would be his kinda of woman! May he rest his weary head. And she toured with Dylan? I would have loved to see that!

And for something completely different, anyone see the "Heroes" hour promo that showed before the premire. My gawd, there was soooooo much great, great music but just bits and clips. I want that soundtrack album! Would go very nice with Windy and Lisa's release.

doozer
post #52  on September 27, 2008 - 2:43 PM PDT  
Probably my favorite song I can catch on the radio currently is Sex on Fire by Kings of Leon.
speakreflection
post #53  on September 28, 2008 - 7:31 PM PDT  
Def Leppard
underdog
post #54  on September 29, 2008 - 9:26 AM PDT  
Lately, I've been listening to moody dusty alt-folk kinda stuff, like Calexico's amazing "Feast of Wire" (which sounds like the soundtrack to the movie I'm writing) and Neko Case. Also downloaded some Blonde Redhead and Deerhoof for more mood-enhancing wackiness.

Then I rediscovered all my old Guided By Voices cd's so I put a punch of those tracks on my ipod.

Also some soundtracks, including Darjeeling Limited, which I rarely tire of. And that old Raymond Scott collection, all his wacky cartoony jazz compositions.
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