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Postby Airian » Mon Apr 02, 2007 10:54 pm

Air - Pocket Symphony - 10,000 Hz Legend

Phoenix - United

Alex Gopher - Alex Gopher

Françoise Hardy - Jeanne

Saint Germain - Saint Germain

Craig Armstrong - Starless 11

Cut Copy - Saturdays

The Shins - Phantom Lamb

Mercury Rev - The Dark Is Rising

Geyster - Bye Bye Superman

Peter Poehl - Going To Where The Tea Trees Are

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Postby Dirty Thib » Mon Apr 02, 2007 11:02 pm

There was tonight a "black session" for The Shins on France Inter radio. Yesterday I went in Paris to see them playing, and though I'm really fond of their music (the song Saint Simon is one of the Seven Wonder of the pop music), I've been extremely disappointed, don't know why. It was good, nice, but, it lack something magic.

I guess it's Arcade Fire's fault. Since their gig two weeks ago, it's hard to have fun at concert. The best band ever ?

http://www.blogotheque.net/article.php3?id_article=2867
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Postby nbktginger » Mon Apr 02, 2007 11:53 pm

Alex Gopher - Alex Gopher


Airian, don't you think this CD is very very cool ?? Nobody talks about it, but i think it is great. I mean, not masterpiece, but really great.
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Postby Airian » Tue Apr 03, 2007 12:06 am

Yes I do! Didn't know I'd like it so much.People say it's not as electro as what he did before but anyway I find it really cool.It's gonna be great to hear him at Versailles too!Can't wait to see this concert :D
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Postby John Antoine » Thu Apr 12, 2007 10:27 pm

GIORGIO MORODER - MIDNIGHT EXPRESS SOUNDTRACK
The song "Chase" is amazing..
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Postby Antoine » Fri Apr 13, 2007 12:54 pm

Air: various live recordings
Arcade Fire: Funeral
Amy Winehouse: Back to Black
Pet Shop Boys: Back catalogue (getting ready for the gig in Zürich on 15.05.07...)
Michel Polnareff: Back catalogue (getting ready for the gig in Geneva next week!)
Julien Victor: Fréquence Julien Victor (a friend of mine who released his first album. Somewhere between The Beach Boys, The Beatles and Michel Polnareff) (Sunshine/Psyché Pop)
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Postby Dirty Thib » Fri Apr 13, 2007 1:39 pm

Antoine wrote:Arcade Fire: Funeral


Really great debut album, the first landmark album of the decade (without Air's 10 000 Hz Legend), but don't you think that the new one is surprisingly so much better ? I have seen them live last month in Paris, one of the best gig ever.
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Postby gnoe » Sun Apr 15, 2007 1:55 pm

nbktginger wrote:
Alex Gopher - Alex Gopher


Airian, don't you think this CD is very very cool ?? Nobody talks about it, but i think it is great. I mean, not masterpiece, but really great.


Really nice album indeed! 'Go' and 'Out of the inside' are truely amazing songs
The intro of '5000 moons' is seriously ripped from the Barricco album btw :D
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Postby waiu » Tue May 08, 2007 4:19 pm

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BJÖRK / VOLTA
    I love the japanese/indian influences. A very strong album. Sometimes too much techno for me.


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PANDA BEAR / PERSON PITCH / http://www.myspace.com/rippityrippity
    Fantastic. Give it a listen, you won´t regret it. A very warm, psychadelic, garageband, beach boys on acid style



... and CocoRosie!
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Postby gnoe » Wed May 09, 2007 5:45 pm

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the go!team - thunder, lightning, strike
if you haven't checked this album out, then do so! i think it's a masterpiece.. 'bottle rocket' is one of the best songs ever made :D
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Postby chris » Tue May 15, 2007 8:46 pm

gnoe wrote:The go!team - thunder, lightning, strike
if you haven't checked this album out, then do so! i think it's a masterpiece.. 'bottle rocket' is one of the best songs ever made :D


Hey Gnoe, thanks a lot for sharing this information. Didn't know this band, but now I know I missed something. It's so powerful and creates a happy mood, cool 8) I found a live performance at KEXP, nice stuff


To enrich the topic I point out to my favourite sounds right now (even I posted already on the shout box):


PETERLICHT | Lieder vom Ende des Kommunismus

Germans may know his chart hit called "Sonnendeck". Peterlicht is producing German pop music. Lyrics are positive and within them he's creating his own world.

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PETER, BJÖRN AND JOHN | Writer's Block
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FEIST | The Reminder

This is incredible, she's my queen in audio-concerns, so soft, so energetic.
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I forgot!!!!

ANAJO Wer kennt hier eigentlich wen

Not for everyone ears ;) Pop pop pop pop...

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Postby Airian » Sat May 26, 2007 2:26 pm

Justice - D.A.N.C.E
Kubb - Wicked Soul
Cat Power - The Greatest
Bang Gang - Inside, Stop In The Name Of Love, It's Alright (love this band :) )
The Smashing Pumpkins - 1979
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