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What have you recently discovered...

What have you recently discovered...

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CrabDan

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568 posts

62 months

Saturday 15th September 2012
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That you just can't stop listening to?

I just downloaded the new Fliptrix album and I can't get enough of THIS right now.

Justin Cyder

12,624 posts

68 months

Saturday 15th September 2012
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Bit folky/country to be right on but I'm really enjoying the First aid kit album.

Turn7

13,392 posts

140 months

Saturday 15th September 2012
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Black Keys!

Ray Luxury-Yacht

8,621 posts

135 months

Saturday 15th September 2012
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Been listening to Planet Rock on DAB and am suddenly into 'Joe Bonamassa!'

He's cooooooooool!


DKL

2,961 posts

141 months

Saturday 15th September 2012
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The Staves and slightly belatedly the the Civil Wars. All very mellow.
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DrTre

12,955 posts

151 months

Sunday 16th September 2012
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Detriot Cobras, the new Heavy album, Richard Hawley, The Milk and a load of old Kenny Dope stuff.

VinceFox

20,249 posts

91 months

Sunday 16th September 2012
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Grant green

davey68

960 posts

156 months

Sunday 16th September 2012
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Rival Sons.....quality 70s rock revivalists!

Codd

81 posts

90 months

Sunday 16th September 2012
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Grimes. Very different from my usual listens, but so, so good.

Stedman

6,018 posts

111 months

Sunday 16th September 2012
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Turn7 said:
Black Keys!
Me too!

El Camino is an excellent, excellent album!

Japveesix

3,086 posts

87 months

Monday 17th September 2012
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Ray Luxury-Yacht said:
Been listening to Planet Rock on DAB and am suddenly into 'Joe Bonamassa!'
Same, love Planet Rock anyway but now have 4 Bonamassa albums I'm slowly getting to grips with smile

DrTre said:
Richard Hawley
Also listening to Hawley. Heard Coles Corner years ago but have just rediscovered him. May try and get tickets to see him in Bath next Fri but not quite decided yet smile

Currently I'm mostly listening to Andrew Bird (amazingly talented musician and songwriter):
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gt7fuzgYrc4

And also a lot of Jonathan Richman who has some great tunes and ought to be more famous:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pf3XDbtuK20

Edited by Japveesix on Monday 17th September 13:00

StevieBee

5,617 posts

174 months

Monday 17th September 2012
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Two Door Cinema Club

Only discovered as a result of Googling who the singer was at the Opening ceremony at the end.

marcosgt

9,612 posts

95 months

Monday 24th September 2012
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A Fox's Glacier Fruit in the seat runners in my car smile

M.

HRL

1,063 posts

138 months

Monday 24th September 2012
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Sonos. Now all my music is available anywhere in the house.

Smart Mart

7,278 posts

134 months

Wednesday 26th September 2012
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StevieBee said:
Two Door Cinema Club

Only discovered as a result of Googling who the singer was at the Opening ceremony at the end.
In a smiliar vein, not sure how I've missed Elbow all this time. Don't watch music channels on TV, don't have a commute as such and don't possess an ipod or go to clubs so not exposed to music all that much but you'd have thought I'd have acknowledged them by now!

"One Day Like This" is now in my favourite top ten tunes of all time.

...Mole...

2,762 posts

110 months

Thursday 27th September 2012
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the band Beardfish and in particular the albums Sleeping in the traffic pt1, sleeping in the traffic pt2 and Mammoth

I'd highly reccomend them to anyone that is a fan of Modern or Classic Progressive Rock.

epom

4,986 posts

80 months

Thursday 27th September 2012
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Time is a Thief. Excellent up and coming band.

trig9k

362 posts

117 months

Thursday 27th September 2012
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Smart Mart said:
In a smiliar vein, not sure how I've missed Elbow all this time. Don't watch music channels on TV, don't have a commute as such and don't possess an ipod or go to clubs so not exposed to music all that much but you'd have thought I'd have acknowledged them by now!

"One Day Like This" is now in my favourite top ten tunes of all time.
Agree, it's such a well written song, remember when it first came out I would pull over just to listen to it on the radio


A band I really like at the moment is Daughter and Alt-J and I missed them both a couple of weeks ago at Bestivalbanghead I should have been watching band instead of getting smasheddrink

jains15

1,009 posts

92 months

Thursday 27th September 2012
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Said it in a couple of threads now...

The Joy Formidible - The Big Roar


Simply incredible