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Mickrick
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Bondi Cigars? Saw them live for about a week in Johno's bar in Cairnes. I have two of their C.D's but don't know if they have any recent stuff out.
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It all depends on what sort of music you like.... but try: Death Cab For Cutie - A bit more mellow (Plans) Vampire Weekend - Also mellow (Vampire Weekend) Cage the Elephant - Rocky (Cage The Elehant) We Are Scientists - Indie (Brain Thrust Mastery) The Yeah Yeah Yeahs - Indie Rock (It's Blitz) White Lies - Indie Pop (To Lose My Life) Simon
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Hijack reply I admit that 'playing the angel' is at the moment in my opinion the better of the two most recent albums - maybe 2 weaker tracks on the new album - but as posted earlier - wrong the single v.good. And generally I think it is quite up beat - just takes a couple of listens too - but all the best albums end up growing on you.......... (To try to justify the upbeat remark - watch the 'Wrong' link on u-tube and imagine driving to it and what speed you'd be doing) - I'll sit back and wait for all the pithy remarks now........... I am not and avid D.P. fan - but have been suprised by their new stuff. Was replying to a post about trying new music which is maybe out of the ordinary I will admit to really liking Marillion - old and new - really good live - generally Even less people where expecting the Yorkshire Inquisition - By Eke! Edited by - The Yorkshire Inquisition on 31 May 2009 12:34:55
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Try Ben Qweller, a modern day Lou Reed. And Turin Brakes are always a good lazy Summers evening listen. P
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Had a very quick dip into some of the suggestions - some really promising stuff, so thanks to all for posting. The surprising thing is how little crossover there has been with what I have already got on my play list. I’m a big Smiths fan and I listened to quite a bit of Depeche Mode in the 80’s, but I haven’t tried their more recent offerings. Couleur 3 have been playing Wrong quite a bit - if the rest of the album is in the same vein I think I’ll enjoy it. The Andy McKee vid is great. From Spotify this has led me on to the compilation album “Beyond Six Strings (A collection of new music for Harp Guitar)”. Great to listen to as I type this response. Exactly what I was looking for from the original post - I would never have come across music like this in my normal every day listening. Actually looking forward to getting into the office now so I can have a good listen …. Steve - Orange and Black ex Academy - my other car is a very smelly Mondeo.

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You could try Tear Garden, which I've been listening a lot to. Specifically 'Crystal Mass' (Spotify link below). I rejoiced when I heard it because that, to me, is what progressive rock should be about. In other words, it should be progressive. A lot of prog stuff is just rehashing the same old ideas, but this was something truly different with a couple of great tracks. Not for the traditionalist, though. here Would be keen to hear if anyone else likes it or am I the only weirdo here when it comes to music --- Kristoffer Lawson
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Another acoustic guitar vid...Tommy Emmanuel here There are a couple of other players in the same league as Andy McKee who's names escape me - I'll check in my music collection tonight...
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How about some of these? Seasick Steve - Dog House Blues Kings of Leon - Only by the Night Ministry - Psalm69 - very loud!! John Martyn - Classics Bob Seager - Greatest Hits Supertramp - Crime of the Century Beth Gibbons & Rustin Man - Out of Season Zero 7 - Simple Things Special EFX (anything by them) Porcupine Tree Apocalyptica - (Metalica covers with Cellos!) Big Bud - Late night blues and for acoutsic guitar try Peter White - Caravan of Dreams Alan Northants, Beds, Bucks AR
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final offering on acoustic guitar stuff... Try Aerial Boundaries by Michael Hedges + various Youtube vids. A unique guitarist with stunning technique and sound, sadly died in a car crash a few years back...