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B16 said in marzo 17th, 2011 at 11:20

il 2011 da gennaio ad oggi, per me…

ottimi

nicolas jaar – space is only noise (21 anni…fenomeno!)
pj harvey – let england shake (brava!!!!)
tim hecker – ravedeath 1972 (e’ album ambient che merita ben piu’ di un ascolto…lo trovo affascinante)

interessanti

the strokes – angles (dico sempre cosi’ appena esce l’album…)
james blake (interessante si…ma faccio fatica ad ascoltarlo per intero)
braids – native speaker (idem)
destroyer – kaputt (una vera sorpresa)
bibio – mind bokeh (piu’ l’ascolto, piu’ mi piace)

noiosi

elbow – build a rocket boys (si stanno prendendo forse un po’ troppo sul serio…)
rem – collapse into now (…solo un altro album dei rem…che fa venire voglia di sentire i vecchi…)
mogwai – hardcore will never die (…solo un altro album dei mogwai…che fa venire voglia di sentire i vecchi…)
anna calvi – anna calvi (dopo un paio di pezzi non la sopporto…sara’ colpa del ricordo dal vivo prima di nick cave)
lykke li – wounded rhymes (sembra iniziare bene, ma non mi ha convinto)

simpatici

kurt vile – smoke ring for my halo (per ora mi piace…)
the vaccines – what did you expect from the vaccines (…e nulla piu’…)
jamie smith/gil-scott heron – we’re new here (l’originale per me e’ un capolavoro, questo e’ divertente…)
toro y moi – underneath the pine (non riesco a non ascoltarlo… al contrario di blake…)

yuck, smith westerns, decemberist, joan as policewoman, cut copy, selah sue, hercules and love affair, pains of being pure at heart… gradevoli!

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B16 said in marzo 17th, 2011 at 11:21

Faithless are set to split up after their current European tour ends.

Rapper Maxi Jazz made the announcement on the band’s website, Faithless.co.uk. Their last gig is scheduled for April 8 at London’s O2 Academy Brixton.

Jazz explained: “After 15 years and six albums I think we’ve probably made our collective point by now and that it’s time to close the book and return to the library.”

He added: “We’ve had, with you [fans], the most unbelievable, epic and moving experience, stretching over years and tens of thousands of miles. Joyful, exhilarating and empowering, we never for a moment thought an affair could last this long.”

The dance band, completed by DJs/producers Sister Bliss and Rollo, formed in 1995 in London. They were festival staples and released their last studio album, ‘The Dance’, last year.

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