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For anything off-topic yet music related

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I have this stuck in my head and there's a George Harrison DVD at work which plays the entire song on the menu, so I leave it looping until someone realises and tells me to change the DVD.

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Seeing Wu-Tang in an hour!
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THEY DIDN'T PLAY PROTECT YA NECK! WTF?!
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ArthurYanthar on Jul 7 2013, 07:21:16 PM wrote:THEY DIDN'T PLAY PROTECT YA NECK! WTF?!
:satstunned: Did they at least play Bring Da Ruckus?
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funkybusiness on Jul 7 2013, 09:05:21 PM wrote:
ArthurYanthar on Jul 7 2013, 07:21:16 PM wrote:THEY DIDN'T PLAY PROTECT YA NECK! WTF?!
:satstunned: Did they at least play Bring Da Ruckus?
Yep, it was pretty much every 36 Chambers song except Protect Ya Neck. They were like 10 minutes late and the DJ was awkwardly scratching to try to entertain us. So I'm assuming that this was gonna be their last track but they were too behind schedule. They played some songs from Liquid Swords too.

EDIT: I should mention that GZA looked like he really hated being there. He almost did nothing except just stood around the back.
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I have been listening to this album a lot recently:
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Chewed Corners > Tomorrow's Harvest

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Serriform on Jul 8 2013, 09:17:16 AM wrote:Chewed Corners > Tomorrow's Harvest

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I do like Boards of Canada but not that much. I have pretty much no interest in hearing their new album. Chewed Corners looks cool but I haven't heard of that artist yet.
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Serriform on Jul 8 2013, 09:17:16 AM wrote:Chewed Corners > Tomorrow's Harvest

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:o New μ-Ziq? It's been awhile. Thanks for the heads up.
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Check out his XTEP ep also.
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David Lynch's second album The Big Dream is available via Pitchfork

I just started to listen to it and it sounds good so far.
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clemmetarey on Jul 9 2013, 09:33:38 AM wrote:David Lynch's second album The Big Dream is available via Pitchfork

I just started to listen to it and it sounds good so far.
MUCH better than his previous album, which was decent but had quite a bit of filler. But omg make a movie already.
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My favorite band announced the release date for their next album :wub:

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Check this video of "Object" by Ween. I could also post this in the Film Lounge, but whatever...
How many movies do you recognize?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fCSGM5mBrWY
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joachimt on Jul 10 2013, 03:41:29 AM wrote:Check this video of "Object" by Ween. I could also post this in the Film Lounge, but whatever...
How many movies do you recognize?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fCSGM5mBrWY
Only two, the Silence of the Lambs and Friday the 13th.
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I feel all alone in here. This is another George Harrison song from one of the DVDs that I've now also got stuck in my head, but the music video terrifies me. George acts really weird, and I find myself mesmerized, yet afraid, by it.

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Run The Jewels live was amazing. So was Killer Mike, even though there were so many technical difficulties to the point he just started rapping a cappella. El-P was pretty good too but I always thought that he was much better as a producer or a sideline rapper rather than the frontman.
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http://www.icheckmovies.com/movies/pearls+before+swine/

Boyd Rice is in a film WHAT. A racist, sexist, satanic neo-nazi that loves S&M and makes noise music is playing a hitman. I'm interested.



:satstunned: Wow, such great "acting"
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Seeing Mykki Blanco, Death Grips and Bjork tonight :D
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Sounds like agony :P
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mightysparks on Jul 13 2013, 02:21:54 PM wrote:Sounds like agony :P
Not all pain is gain.
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Mykki Blanco was pretty insane live. Pretty random clothing too. A one sided wig, butterfly nipple pasties, and everlast boxing shorts. Death Grips might have been one of the best concerts I've ever attended. Thankfully that show off of a drummer Zach Hill wasn't there, and they took no breaks during their set, just song after song after song with 0 seconds of silence, it was so fucking intense. I usually barely move when I go to concerts but I was going pretty nuts. Bjork was meh. Most of the songs played was from her newest album which was pretty shitty. There were some amazing moments though.
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clemmetarey on Jul 16 2013, 06:06:29 AM wrote:Varg Vikernes just got arrested :

http://www.euronews.com/2013/07/16/neo- ... n-france-/
I really dunno if he would have done that or not. He did burn a few churches, and he did murder someone too. But if you look at the details of that murder story it's a really strange case. Kind of weird how he moved to France with their hate speech laws though.
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Huh. I didn't realize Varg was out of prison from the last series of crimes he committed. :/
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funkybusiness on Jul 16 2013, 02:09:57 PM wrote:Huh. I didn't realize Varg was out of prison from the last series of crimes he committed. :/
He made like 5 albums since his release.

His new photoshoots are pretty silly:

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I don't know if he would have done it either, but you can expect anything coming from him.

I still think that he looks better with long hair:

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But since he tried to detach himself from the metal scene, he just had to cut them.

I guess we have to wait and see, and I guess we'll have news soon.
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I did read one article saying that it had something to do with Breivik which sounds ridiculous to me. I mean, Burzum burnt churches ffs he most likely doesn't support Breivik.
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Aparently, Breivik send Varg a copy of his manifesto. But Varg wrote this on his website:

http://www.burzum.org/eng/library/war_in_europe05.shtml

a few parts:
''Anders Breivik, the Utøya Freemason Zionist''
''he cannot play WoW from his luxury prison cell for the rest of his life after all, as I am sure he thought he could.''
''To Breivik I can only say I hope you do kill yourself''

Doesn't seems he really apreciate him.
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The MC for Death Grips was apparently a painter beforehand:

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I became curious so I made a quick account on http://tastebuds.fm/ to see if anyone in this city has taste that's fucked up like mine. Turns out no one is even close. :lol:
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Nice way to promote yourself in the black metal world.



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Update on Varg Vikernes. He and his wife are now released from prison but he's going to have to appear in court for saying some racist stuff online. I fucking hate that French law so much.
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The album cover for the new Beach Boys album... what?

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Just "discovered" Fontella Bass... She's pretty awesome!!
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George Bailey on Jul 25 2013, 07:06:20 PM wrote:Just "discovered" Fontella Bass... She's pretty awesome!!
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Her with the Art Ensemble of Chicago is classic.
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OMG THE NEW GORGUTS ALBUM LEAKED! THEIR FIRST ALBUM IN 12 YEARS
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