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Everything posted by azurebumble

  1. 1st - (11) Futureshock. 2nd - (4) Astilius. 3rd - (1) Scribble.
  2. Feel free to use this thread for discussion about whatever you want, at the time it seemed like a good idea to have a wee collection since a lot of ace images are hard to find in the sprawling photo thread and sometimes it's nice just to consider the images in peace. It's served its purpose so...the gates to the West are open.
  3. 1. - 10 (scribble). 2. - 11 (Astilius). 3. - 1 (Looper).
  4. 01 - Radiohead - In Rainbows 02 - Underworld - Oblivion With Bells 03 - Burial - Untrue 04 - The National - Boxer 05 - Porn Sword Tobacco - New Exclusive Olympic Heights 06 - The Cinematic Orchestra - Ma Fleur 07 - Iron & Wine - The Shepherd Dog 08 - Part Timer - Blue 09 - Swod - Sekunden 10 - Future Loop Foundation - Memories of an Empty Room
  5. Thanks for the info scribble, Nikon/£400ish seems to be the level I need to look at, I wanted good quality but I had no idea that a scanner would be this expensive, oh well... better start saving.
  6. I've got a pile of old family and art slides that I want to digitize soon, so... what are the best priced 35mm slide scanners out there that scan at a reasonably good quality resolution? I'm afraid I have no clue whatsoever which are the most reliable brands and in terms of cost I'm not loaded at the moment but I like to be tempted sometimes. I really just want a rough idea of what brands to avoid, or a good review acquired through personal experience maybe.
  7. A couple of tracks from 'The Go Find'. The Go Find - Monday Morning The Go Find - Dictionary
  8. Fine in 'Opera' for me. A couple of Swod tracks from the album 'Sekunden'. paintage deer
  9. That's really lovely. A gorgeous track I'd never heard before, it's a cover of a Bobbie Gentry song. Camera Obscura - 'Greyhound Going Somewhere' And for those of you who've never heard of Bobbie Gentry (like me) here's a track which is very nice indeed. Bobbie Gentry - 'Ode to Billie Joe' Oh... and I found a track from Haydens upcoming album 'In Field and Town' which sounds quite upbeat. Hayden - 'Where and When'
  10. Malcolm Middleton - Four Cigarettes Future Loop Foundation - The Sea and the Sky
  11. Be warned! I showed this to my girlfriend and suffered lots of dodgy 'country and western' for half an hour.
  12. Nada Surf - See These Bones Search for any track you've ever known, if it's available on the internet 'seeqpod' will play it for you! Simple. It's awesome actually, cheers Futureshock.
  13. 6] The Cinematic Orchestra - Ma Fleur 7] Iron & Wine - The Shepherd Dog 8] Part Timer - Blue 9] Swod - Sekunden 10] Future Loop Foundation - Memories of an Empty Room -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Favourable Mentions:- The Go Find - Stars On The Wall. Sylvain Chauveau - Nuage, Miracle Fortress - Five Roses. M83 - Digital Shades. Seabear - The Ghost That Carried Us Away.
  14. I created this thread because of a desire to share what I feel has been the cream of the crop in terms of albums during this past year and I simply cannot suppress my enthusiasm for what I regard to have been a fantastic year for music. Can I just say that this is in no way intended to gazump any other threads of a similar vein, I simply wish to highlight what I consider to be excellent material and I cannot do that in less than 10 albums, simple as. I decided to use this format (i.e.Band, Album, Cover Art and a quote from a review that is close to what I feel sums up that particular Album) be
  15. It's just a colourful image on my laptop, lights out and a wiggly camera shot. 1. rundll (9) It appeals directly to my sense of humour. 2. Futureshock (1) For the warm feeling and lovely tones. 3. thelostslug (15) Because it stimulates memories of numerous train journeys.
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