Blog de Musique

This is a music blog. Different kinds of music. And commentary on said music. Most of the files uploaded will be AAC files (because I'm an Apple guy) so you best have iTunes to play them. Sorry if you don't. (If any links are dead, leave a comment and I'll reupload.)

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I buy way too much music for my own good and then waste my time talking about what music I've bought on my blog.

Thursday, April 12, 2007

Biffy Clyro

Biffy Clyro is a band from Scotland. They've released 3 full length albums so far with their fourth album coming out next month. It's kind of hard of describe Biffy Clyro's music because it varies. Sometimes it's straight forward rock. Sometime's it's metal. Sometimes it's indie rock. Hell, sometimes it's prog rock. These 11 songs are highlights from their recorded output.

57 is from their first e.p. thekidswhopoptodaywillrocktomorrow

joy.discovery.invention, 27, and justboy are from their first album, Blackened Sky.

bodies in flight, questions and answers, now the action is on fire! are from their second album The Vertigo of Bliss.

glitter and trauma and there's no such thing as a jaggy snake are from their third album Infinity Land.

saturday superhouse and semi mental are from their forthcoming album Puzzle.

Wednesday, April 11, 2007

Experimental Audio Research "Mesmerised"

Experimental Audio Research is ex-Spacemen 3 guitarist/keyboard player, Sonic Boom's, ambient droney project. Over the years they've released several albums. Much of E.A.R.'s music is similar to Spacemen 3's Ecstacy (and Ecstacy in Slow Motion). Lots of sound manipulation and analog keyboards. This is the first E.A.R. album, Mesmerised.


d.m.t. symphony (overture to an inhabited zone)
mesmerise 4901
california nocturne
guitar feedback manipulation

Monday, April 09, 2007

Scream Loud!!: The Fenton Story

It's been a while. A loooong while. Sorry. But this should make up for lost time.

This is a compilation of garage bands from Michigan in the 60s. Total teenage rock and roll. Some better than others but all of it is GREAT.

Go HERE for the track listing and more info.