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  1. There's been some mad wait for this, which sucks:

    Cheers for the Untold mix; really digging his stuff - got his EP from last year, but came across this dose of awesome from Milanese's album:

  2. A post made in the Currently Listening To thread reminded me of this. I dare anyone to say it's nothing but awesome:

    Ticking away the moments that make up a dull day

    You fritter and waste the hours in an offhand way

    Kicking around on a piece of ground in your home town

    Waiting for someone or something to show you the way

    Tired of lying in the sunshine

    Staying home to watch the rain

    And you are young and life is long

    And there is time to kill today

    And then one day you find

    Ten years have got behind you

    No one told you when to run

    You missed the starting gun

    And you run, and you run to catch up with the sun, but it's sinking

    Racing around to come up behind you again

    The sun is the same in a relative way, but you're older

    Shorter of breath and one day closer to death

    Every year is getting shorter

    Never seem to find the time

    Plans that either come to nought

    Or half a page of scribbled lines

    Hanging on in quiet desparation is the English way

    The time is gone

    The song is over

    Thought I'd something more to say

    Home, home again

    I like to be here when I can

    When I come home cold and tired

    It's good to warm my bones beside the fire

    Far away across the field

    The tolling of the iron bell

    Calls the faithful to their knees

    To hear the softly spoken magic spells

  3. I heard this track the other day called. I got well excited, I thought that after 7 years the Postal Service had released a new album. They'd added a bit of autotune, but still that voice was unmistakeable.

    Heard this on the radio and though the exact same thing.

  4. I'm coming up to finishing an After Effects project on videogames, and was wondering if you guys knew of any way of getting any royalty free 8bit music for free? I've spent a while searching google to no avail, it just has to sound "videogamey" and be either royalty free or under copyright commons, any clues?

    Ah, so you wouldn't be able to use artists who've done 8 bit music?

    Dependant on how much you need it, you could use Audacity to isolate some bleeps and ting and just organised them into an order that sounds good.

  5. God damn this song is good. Powerful as hell live.

    I remember first really thinking "This is the fucking tits" listening to this song. I watched some live videos last year; looks nuts live. Took me ages to get into The Hawk Is Howling purely because nothing compared after hearing that song.

  6. Fear Weather Freinds was an excellent starting point for me with this guy, which led to a rather nice stint with Denies The Days Demise. Really rich variety in his production.

  7. I froze your tears, and made a dagger / and stabbed it in my cock, forever / it stays there like Excalibur / Are you my Arthur? Say you are.

    Take this cool dark steeled blade / steal it, sheathe it in your lake / I'd drown with you to be together / Must you breath? 'Cause I need heaven.

  8. Euphoria is superb :D

    That, Hench, Tears In The Rain, B With Me, Where Were You In '92?, and a few others really got me loving this album. Euphoria was track that got me listening to the album - belter!

    Edit: I was talking about One Foot In Front Of The Other originally ^_^

    ...

    I didn't know about Black to Comm's Alphabet 1968 until it appeared in Ben's top ten for the year, but it's brilliant. The ten-minute build of 'Forst' is some proper incredible stuff.

    Cheers bro. Got it the other day, look forward to having a spliff and checking it later.

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