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  • Music Collection

    24 avr. 2012, 9h56m par jezmonkey

    this is a (big-ass) list of all the music i've got in my physical collection (CD unless stated otherwise):

    ABBA:
    Arrival (Vinyl)
    ABBA: The Album (Vinyl)

    Alter Bridge:
    ABIII
    ABIII.5

    Anathema:
    The Silent Enigma
    Eternity
    Alternative 4
    Judgement
    A Fine Day To Exit
    Resonance
    Resonance Vol. 2
    A Natural Disaster
    Hindsight
    We're Here Because We're Here
    Falling Deeper
    Weather Systems
    Weather Systems (Vinyl)

    Aphex Twin:
    Selected Ambient Works 85-92
    Selected Ambient Works, Vol. II

    Balmorhea:
    All Is Wild, All Is Silent
    All Is Wild, All Is Silent (Vinyl)
    Constellations (Vinyl)
    Live at Sint-Elisabethkerk

    Bass Communion:
    Bass Communion I
    Ghosts on Magnetic Tape
    Loss
    Molotov and Haze
    Chiaroscuro
    Cenotaph

    The Beatles:
    Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (Vinyl)
    The Beatles (Vinyl, Mono #0393790)

    Blackfield:
    Welcome To My DNA

    Boris:
    Boris At Last -Feedbacker-
    Heavy Rocks

    Boris with Michio Kurihara:
    Rainbow

    David Bowie:
    The Man Who Sold The World
  • The Case Of The Second Support Act Who Were Better than the main support and The…

    12 oct. 2011, 13h34m par cadence89

    Sat 8 Oct – Mono Electrical Soil Australia 2011

    Travelling down to the Manning Bar from the Central Coast on a rainy and frankly miserable day, meant that my expectations were high for a great show. Opening act Sleepmakeswaves didn't disappoint with their intriguing mix of heavier post-rock (reminiscient of early Explosions In The Sky) with their own electronic element. On The Whole a great band and definitely worth seeing although who knows what'll happen with them as we farewelled their drummer forever and their second guitarist's spot was being filled by the Guitarist from Meniscus. Although a bit of show ponying was involved it was a great way to start the night.

    After a quick trip for merch on came No Anchor. On the (lead?) bass player's guitar were the words "Hipster Metal" Yep they were about how you'd expect them to sound. 2 bass players, One (underwhelming) drummer. Doom...Sludge....Noise Whatever you want to call it...Even standing further back the volume was excessive.
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    10 jan. 2010, 17h25m par Flingcosound

  • Violent Soho -- The Step Inn

    30 oct. 2008, 4h22m par Dsthenes

    Fri 24 Oct – Violent Soho, Turnpike, Dick Nasty, No Anchor, Eat Laser Scumbag!

    October 24, 2008
    The Step Inn, Brisbane
    Violent Soho, eat laser scumbag, Dick Nasty, Turnpike, No Anchor

    Initially billed as headliners, Violent Soho have been usurped at the last minute by Brisbane punk stalwarts Eat Laser Scumbag. However, crowd and Mansfield’s finest forge on unperturbed – beer and noisy, fuzzed-out rock combining in copious quantities for a rowdy, memorable night.

    First, guitar-and-bass two-piece No Anchor entertain the pleasantly large number of early-comers with their bent for meandering quasi-instrumental numbers that seem to have been fed a steady diet of steroids. Bassist Ian wrings a surprising amount of melody from his instrument while simultaneously layering it with distortion and feedback – at times evoking memories of Cliff Burton. Deft use of sustain fills out the sound, but when he occasionally steps up to the microphone, the vocals are thin and reedy and song progression halts dead in the water.