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Discussion in 'The Vapor Lounge' started by Cannabudz, Aug 3, 2008.

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  1. indigal

    indigal Amongst the corn

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    Going to see The Horseflies at Berea College Thurs.. a funky blend of fiddle, alt-folk rock, ah..yeah, hard to explain. From upstate NY. Seriously- take a listen on the internets. So many good songs- all good!
     
  2. indigal

    indigal Amongst the corn

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    Also anything by RL Burnside (RIP)
     
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  3. taggs

    taggs Cameron

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    Nice pick, 'Dominos' is getting huge amounts of love in music blog circles.

    Been getting into a fair bit of dubstep lately. Anything by Chase & Status, Nero, Doorly and various others :-).
     
  4. jeffp

    jeffp psychonaut

    Alice Coltrane - this album is a must, if you can find it on vinyl all the better...

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  5. standard

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    I heard a CD called DrumSex-- wonderful rhythms, very tribal. Gets the groove on.
     
  6. Choism

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    Choism Well-Known Member

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  8. Happycamper

    Happycamper Sweet Dreams Babycakes

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    Just stumbled over The Beloved again. I think they have stood (for the main part) the test of time and still sound good.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8-AcuIOFmIs

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R2hzlEdXsg0

    and this is good but rubbish quality sound. give it a chance ^^ (remixes are amazing) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wCoernr45_U


    You tube is really messing with all music videos. I think eventually all will get deleted if the person posting does not own the copywrite. Suddenly (im on youtube a lot) it's really bad with deleted music vidoes imo.


    And this gets remixed and used a lot by all and sundry http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F_2Xa2EOXlM
     
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  10. Hippie Dickie

    Hippie Dickie The Herbal Cube Manufacturer

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    i've really been enjoying Pandora lately. i discovered how to search the shared stations and i'm getting into some great chillout stations that don't repeat as much as di.fm or soma. So i'm keeping pandora running on the desktop while i'm at work for 18 hours a day.
     
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  13. jeffp

    jeffp psychonaut

    i love wfmu - in fact a few years ago my friend and I were offered a weekly radio show on fmu to perform the spoken word material we had recorded that they play on the station, but to do it live - i felt it wasn't a good idea so we turned down the offer but i have total respect for the station and their true "free form" programming.
     
  14. jeffp

    jeffp psychonaut

    great song. did you ever hear "blows against the empire"? - that's the first jefferson starship album when they were still a psychedelic band.
    also david crosby's "if i could only remember my name" is sort of a sequel to "blows" in a sense. great stoned albums...
     
  15. DevoTheStrange

    DevoTheStrange Ia! Ia! Vapor Fthagn!

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    Nosaj Thing.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LQOViWlIQoc

    also flying lotus, blockhead, and leila

    anyone ever find you have a musical genre you can only listen too while stoned? for me it is black metal.... I do not listen too that stuff sober. For some odd reason I only like listening too it when sufficiently vaped
     
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    jeffp psychonaut

  17. sour

    sour Well-Known Member

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    played from my mp3 player on random

    Talking Heads -Burning Down the House
    A Perfect Circle -Gravity
    Nirvana -Territorial Pissings
    HIM -Heartache Every Moment
    HIM -Funeral of Hearts
    Talking Heads -(Nothing But) Flowers
    Tool -Parabola
    The White Stripes -Black Math
    Ladykiller - The Vandals
    Beck -Chemtrails
    Nine Inch Nails -A Warm Place

    stony selection: Nine Inch Nails -A Warm Place (Fuck! I tried not to pick this over Talking Heads -(Nothing But) Flowers, but it's just so damn good!! Deep and introspective if not a bit somber. Beautiful. Wise. Weary. Forgiving. Forsaken. hm.
     
  18. jeffp

    jeffp psychonaut

    Portishead - Third.
    Xia Xiu - Me Without You.

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  19. hopandstop

    hopandstop Well-Known Member

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    Best albums of 2009 so far (IMO):

    "Eskimo Snow" by Why?
    "Is And Always Was" by Daniel Johnston
    "Can't Maintain" by Andrew Jackson Jihad
    "Hospice" by The Antlers
    "The Crying Light" by Antony And The Johnsons
    "Jhelli Beam" by Busdriver
    "Kingprince" by Cassino
    "Curse Your Branches" by David Bazan
    "Moondagger" by Deastro
    "Desperate Living" by HORSE The Band
    "Someday This Could All Be Yours Volume 1" by The Paper Chase
    "CrownsDown" by Themselves
    "The History Of Love" by The Big Pink
    "Tarot Sport" by Fuck Buttons
    "Unmap" by Volcano Choir (For fans of Bon Iver)

    Sure, I may have left some out. And i know there will be disagreements. I avoid the radio, but do quite like Lady GaGa... just too catchy.

    But these albums were, overall, my most played and re-played, not to mention absolute favorites, of this past year. Still have a month to go though...
     
  20. sneezyjesus

    sneezyjesus Lightly Toasted

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    Anyone here who has ever enjoyed metal will enjoy Mastodons latest album "Crack the Skye"

    Be warned, you may trip total balls after a bowl or two while listening to this album :o The guy who did most of the conceptual side of it got his inspiration from astral tripping while he was in a coma. The core concept of the album is a quadriplegic whose soul is ripped from his body and taken through time and space while astral traveling.

    I mean how more trippy can you possibly get people haha

    Also Daft Punk is amazingly and surprisingly chill while mellow. I think Spiral will agree with me if he sees this ;)
     
  21. rotax

    rotax Zaporist

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    Drum and Bass - D i g i t a l l y I m p o r t e d (on Shoutcast [Winamp])

    :D
     
  22. jeffp

    jeffp psychonaut

    david peel and the lower east side: "have a marijuana" and "the pope smokes dope."
    anything by the bonzo dog band.
    pink fairies: "kings of oblivion"
    the move: "shazaam"
    flamin' groovies: "teenage head" "shake some action"
     
  23. Happycamper

    Happycamper Sweet Dreams Babycakes

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  24. jeffp

    jeffp psychonaut

    "Pavarotti Sings Howlin' Wolf"

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  25. Survivalism

    Survivalism Weapon Enthusiast

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    I dunno if these bands have been posted yet but ive found a new love


    Between the buried and me
    The Faceless
    The mouth of the architect
    the ocean


    yeah thats it for now
     
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