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#1
bollocks to dnb

anyone listen to...?

amm
tim buckley
rev gary davis
the dirty dozen brass band
fat
incredible string band
conlon nancarrow
painkiller
the residents
mongo santamaria
the undertones
victor malloy
bob wills and his texas playboys
zga

Falcon
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#2
statto Wrote:incredible string band
painkiller
zga


Yes

rock on Smile

anyone listen to -

charles bronson
infest
larm
d.i.e
the kevorkian solution
agothocles
nyctophobic


Falcon
i shall play grindcore at beatjam! Grin Grin Grin
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#3
ufo_over_easy Wrote:
statto Wrote:incredible string band
painkiller
zga

Yes

you know zga? Icon_eek


ufo_over_easy Wrote:i shall play grindcore at beatjam! Grin Grin Grin

Blue
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#4
School me please, i don't know anyone of the names you mentioned,
To many fantastic music productions i did not hear yet, or will never hear
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#5
Sure. Who doesn't? Wink I have End of an Epoch on CD, and I have Strappadology by Vetrophonia which I think he was involved with.
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#6
IChiOne Wrote:School me please

hmmm difficult

do you have obsolete tape technology?

Smile
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#7
ufo_over_easy Wrote:sure. who doesn't? Wink i have end of an epoch on cd, and i have strappadology by vetrophonia which i think he was involved with.

ufo in obscure latvian noise band appreciation shocker

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#8
statto Wrote:
ufo_over_easy Wrote:sure. who doesn't? Wink i have end of an epoch on cd, and i have strappadology by vetrophonia which i think he was involved with.

ufo in obscure latvian noise band appreciation shocker

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Cool you have to tell me who the others in your list are though, not heard of them. i'm intrigued Smile i have an insatiable thirst for new music. i need more time to listen to cd's more than once.
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#9
Statto Wrote:
IChiOne Wrote:School me please

hmmm difficult

do you have obsolete tape technology?

Smile


Icon_eek I don't think i have Grin

i will read this thread with some extra attention and google them names
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#10
UFO_over_easy Wrote:You have to tell me who the others in your list are though, not heard of them. I'm intrigued Smile I have an insatiable thirst for new music. I need more time to listen to CD's more than once.

right so...

AMM – the dons of free improvisation; primary members: Eddie Prévost, John Tilbury & Keith Rowe

Tim Buckley – incredible vocalist with a massive range doing all sorts of variations of avant rock

Rev Gary Davis – old country blues guitarist ca. 1930

The Dirty Dozen Brass Band – funky modern brass band, incl. the astounding Kirk Joseph on Sousaphone

Fat – noise concrête music (not sure if this is played or constructed)

Conlon Nancarrow – american composer who dedicated (most of) his life to pushing the boundaries of the player piano

The Residents – american art theatre group who pioneered the use of the studio in rock music composition

Mongo Santamaria – leader of foremost latin percussion ensemble

The Undertones – classic N.Ireland pop-punk band (you must have heard Teenage Kicks surely?!)

Victor Malloy – very laid back downtempo stuff from Hefner & crew

Bob Wills and his Texas Playboys – 1940s/50s texas swing; an amalgamation of swing and country, with a silly vocalist going "yeeaaahh" "well alllriiight" at irregular intervals over the top Hahaha
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#11
Some names to check out there Smile Hoorah!

You should check out the Kevorkian Solution. I think they only have one record out, on Deathstill, which I don't have, but they do rock. Still trying to track down that recording.

Similar feeling to Spazztic Blur.

I just figured out who I can best compare The Kevorkian Solution and Spazztic Blur to - the Dillinger Escape Plan. They kind of sound similar but far, far, far superior.
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#12
UFO_over_easy Wrote:the Dillinger Escape Plan

I nearly mentioned them as well
just because...

Teef
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#13
Statto Wrote:
UFO_over_easy Wrote:the Dillinger Escape Plan

I nearly mentioned them as well
just because...

Teef

They're OK, and fantastically talented, but I can really see them becoming the new slipknot. Ah well.

Everytime I type their name it always comes out as the Dillinja Escape Plan, and I have to correct it.
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#14
you know I'm into all that stuff UFO : ) except charles bronson who I always thought were way overrated/never got into
used to write to tak from D.I.E. they're good, but if you like them be sure to check out IRF who I think are (were) even better. similar super no frills grind stuff.
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#15
May I direct everyone to this page - http://rhinoplex.org/devnull/misc.html

Download all the music there please Smile
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#16
also, I disagree about spazztic blurr / dep analogy....spazztic blurr was all about FUN and just being stupid/messing around w/ music. not anal technical hardcore, pretty akin in spirit to the 1st old lady drivers album.

thanks for reminding me to go listen to the "Bedrock Blurr" demo though Wink
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#17
devnull Wrote:also, I disagree about spazztic blurr / dep analogy....spazztic blurr was all about FUN and just being stupid/messing around w/ music. not anal technical hardcore

But it was very technical, even if it wasn't the point of the record Smile
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#18
Lightning Bolt, these guys are funny Grin

Although it is drum'n'bass Wink
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#19
UFO_over_easy Wrote:
devnull Wrote:also, I disagree about spazztic blurr / dep analogy....spazztic blurr was all about FUN and just being stupid/messing around w/ music. not anal technical hardcore

But it was very technical, even if it wasn't the point of the record Smile

those kind of bands were technical by accident in the same way that early Macabre was...
beats are there to be broken http://musicindevon.org/
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#20
noisemonkey Wrote:those kind of bands were technical by accident in the same way that early Macabre was...

I don't think it was by accident. They were talented musicians. They wrote and played songs that they thought was fun and interesting.

Nemo - Lightning Bolt were at All Tomorrows Parties weren't they?
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#21
UFO_over_easy Wrote:Nemo - Lightning Bolt were at All Tomorrows Parties weren't they?

Yes. But I wasn't Icon_cry
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#22
BLAST-SPEED-GRIND-FREESTYLE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! RAAAGH!
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#23
Donald Byrd mate.

Fuck all your grinddeathspeeddirtdisortionapplecore shieeeeet Wink Grin, give me some nice strolling funk in the style of Mr Donald Byrd over dnb anytime mate(s).

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#24
Incredible String Band


used to listen to this when i was younger, very warm hippie folk
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#25
and Mongo Santamaria also... one of the most famous latin percussionists
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