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    Lots of Radiohead, especially 'Kid A'.

    Frightened Rabbit's 'Midnight Organ Fight' Album.

    Nick Drake's 'Pink Moon' Album.

    Quite a bit of Elliott Smith.
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    I would like to listen old music songs this is my favorite one. new songs is good but old songs is very good.

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    Nick Drake 'Five Leaves Left'

    Bombay Bicycle Club - 'Flaws'

    Radiohead - 'In Rainbows'
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    I've got these 3 albums on an eternal loop...

    The Vaccines - Come Of Age

    Alt-J - An Awesome Wave

    Two Door Cinema Club - Beacon

    Plus I'm loving The XX pre-album singles that are floating about, 'Angels' and 'Chained', can't wait for their forthcoming album!
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    Exactly the same music taste as me, Tone!
    "There's only one thing worse than being talked about and that's not being talked about."

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    This week it's some classic indie albums:

    Neutral Milk Hotel - In the Aeroplane over the Sea

    Okkervil River - Black Sheep Boy (and yes, I was inspired to check this out by the album's namesake here on the forums

    The Suburbs - Arcade Fire



    Also close to completing my Radiohead collection by buying 'Hail to the thief'. Very dense, and ultra political with a few 1984 references (which I read recently) but I'm getting into it slowly.

    Also, We are where we all belong, by Quiet Company.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nath6644 View Post
    This week it's some classic indie albums:

    Neutral Milk Hotel - In the Aeroplane over the Sea

    Okkervil River - Black Sheep Boy (and yes, I was inspired to check this out by the album's namesake here on the forums

    The Suburbs - Arcade Fire



    Also close to completing my Radiohead collection by buying 'Hail to the thief'. Very dense, and ultra political with a few 1984 references (which I read recently) but I'm getting into it slowly.

    Also, We are where we all belong, by Quiet Company.
    Always cool to be an influence Check out Stand-Ins and Stage Names as well if you like BSB. Worth having Wikipedia on hand though because the lyrics are stuffed full of obscure cultural references...

    Listening to Alt-J a LOT at the moment, fantastic stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Black Sheep Boy View Post
    Always cool to be an influence Check out Stand-Ins and Stage Names as well if you like BSB. Worth having Wikipedia on hand though because the lyrics are stuffed full of obscure cultural references...

    Listening to Alt-J a LOT at the moment, fantastic stuff.
    Will do, I'm absolutely loving BSB. So simply musically, but the lyrics add whole new dimension. They alternate between being beautiful and downright grotesque.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nath6644 View Post
    Will do, I'm absolutely loving BSB. So simply musically, but the lyrics add whole new dimension. They alternate between being beautiful and downright grotesque.
    Yeah, it's some utterly brilliant songwriting. You've just inspired me to listen to it all again, impossible to get bored with it.

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    This morning has seen me begin a love affair with Belle and Sebastien's "If you're feeling sinister". It's beautiful - like what would happened if you got Nick Drake to sing The Smiths but with an uplifting wistfulness.
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