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The Black Keys new album.

I'm seeing them at Hangout Fest in a couple of weekends, but I've never been that interested in them beyond a few singles. I'm ready to hear a more thorough repertoire at the show and decide whether their catalog is worth exploring further.


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I just started watching Otographic Arts live on Ustream: http://www.ustream.tv/channel/otographic-arts

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George Enescu:  Quartet for Violin, Viola, Cello and Piano, Op. 30

Schubert Ensemble

 

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A Tribe Called Quest : The Low End Theory

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2012 release from Christian Mistress. It's been said they split the difference between classic Iron Maiden and Black Sabbath with a female vocalist with a rough Joan Jet/Pat B. heavy rock quality -sort of a fine line between hard classic sounding rock and metal-retro metal maybe? But, a really good album.

 


A similar band that also made waves 2012-female fronted blues heavy rock/metal retro sound. Good stuff.


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I'm seeing them at Hangout Fest in a couple of weekends, but I've never been that interested in them beyond a few singles. I'm ready to hear a more thorough repertoire at the show and decide whether their catalog is worth exploring further.

 

In my humble opinion, at a minimum, "Rubber Factory," "Brothers," and "El Camino" are all albums worth hearing, and now there's the new one. The new one is produced by Danger Mouse, who is, I think, probably the best producer operating right now. :smile_phones: 

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In my humble opinion, at a minimum, "Rubber Factory," "Brothers," and "El Camino" are all albums worth hearing, and now there's the new one. The new one is produced by Danger Mouse, who is, I think, probably the best producer operating right now. :smile_phones: 


I'm a little partial to Brian Eno, but I do love some of the work Danger Mouse has done with Sparklehorse and Broken Bells, among others.

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I'm a little partial to Brian Eno, but I do love some of the work Danger Mouse has done with Sparklehorse and Broken Bells, among others.

 

Here's another great Danger Mouse project:

 

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God's gonna cut you down by Johnny Cash
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Godzilla soundtrack by Alexandre Desplat.  I can't wait for the movie to come out, it will be amazing!!

 

 

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The Black Keys new album.


Wait... this doesn't come out until May 13th. How'd you get it?

And currently listening to Santana's new album Corazon
SPOTIFY LINK

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Wait... this doesn't come out until May 13th. How'd you get it?

It leaked.  You can download it from a million sites.  I haven't heard the whole album yet but the singles they released from it were extremely boring and 100% meh.

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It leaked.  You can download it from a million sites.  I haven't heard the whole album yet but the singles they released from it were extremely boring and 100% meh.


Oh I see. Between used CDs and Spotify I've been able to get away from 'downloading' albums and still have a good library. Even if Spotify is a grey area, still better than outright bootlegging but that's just my opinion.

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Oh I see. Between used CDs and Spotify I've been able to get away from 'downloading' albums and still have a good library. Even if Spotify is a grey area, still better than outright bootlegging but that's just my opinion.

I haven't downloaded it yet,  digital piracy has been pretty goofy over the past several years with the whole coming of spotify and vevo.  Which artists seem to actually hate more than piracy, it's pretty interesting stuff.

 

 An album(s) that I will be buying comes from a dude I just discovered:  Akshin Alizadeh.  Really great instrumentals and and funky sounds that are a lot like Gramatik and other electronic artists. 

 

Most Popular song and sound cloud: https://soundcloud.com/akshin

 

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