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Rex - Oafish 2. Soundgarden - Like Suicide Acoustic Version 4. The Nits - Silly Fool 5. Gong - Inner Temple 7. Lilys - Touch The Water 8. Prince - "I Would Die 4 You" 2. Ryan Adams - "So Alive" 3. Kenny Chesney - Keg in the Closet" 5. Big Star - "Don't Lie to Me" 6. Fleetwood Mac - "Sisters of the Moon" 8. Oval - "Kardamon" 9. Aaliyah - "Back and Forth" Out of Smiths - Girl Afraid 2. Hold Steady - Knuckles 3.
T Rex - The Motivator 4. James Brown - It's a Man's World 5. Sloan - In The Movies 6. Divine Comedy - Sticks and Stones 7. James Brown!! Mekons Dave Douglas - Twisted bonus E" - Dr. Dre 8. Firefall to ELP on shuffle? MORE acoustic guitars!
I look forward to having more stuff like this in the house. I downloaded this cover and I still don't know who's singing it. Acoustic guitar, electric stabs, indie-boy voice that sounds like it's trying for a punchy Malkmus style with a girl going la-la-la? Lifter Puller - Lonely in a Limousine 2. Lifter Puller - The Pirate and the Penpal 4. Talking Heads - I Zimbra 5. X - Cyrano de Berger's Back rehearsal 7.
Jorge Ben - Gimbo 9. Ward 5. Pretty boring really Urquhart BanjoMania , Wednesday, 26 January seventeen years ago link. Urquhart BanjoMania , Thursday, 27 January seventeen years ago link. Jobs' "Random" looves Felt and the ethnic today. Still boring. It is to weep : I swear I have more interesting stuff than this.
My ipod is trying to set me up, I tells ya. Pavement, "Two States" 2. Louis Jordan, "Open the Door, Richard" 3. Willie Bobo, "Lisa" 5. The Soft Boys, "Strange" 6. The Descendents, "Parents" 7. Organized Konfusion, "Open Your Eyes" 9. Speed" by Kiss 9. We Are Scientists! The opera is NOT representative, those are the only two that are on the iPod, if not the only two I own.
Coutesy of "Ballroom Blitz" by Sweet. Addiction - Herbert - Bodily Functions 3. Spoonman - Underworld - Dubnobasswithmyheadman 5. Romulus - Sufjan Stevens - Greetings from Michigan 9. I swear this is the first time I've done a shuffle and I haven't had 3 or 4 Hollies songs show up.
Damn Hollies torrent file. What a 10! C , Monday, 4 July sixteen years ago link. Not very representative at all, but man do I love that Thought Gang song. Pity the full-length album never happened. That, ladies and gentlemen, shall conclude today's experiment. Albums are slightly better, but I was very, very lucky with this particular shuffle.
John Lennon and Muse aside. Grizzle trainsmoke , Friday, 11 August fifteen years ago link. Bloody hell Wolf Parade - Fancy Claps 2. Danielson - Time That Bald Sexton 4. Ladytron - title unknown 5. Serena Maneesh - Drain Cosmetics 8. Gang Starr - Conspiracy Paone Paone , Friday, 11 August fifteen years ago link. Gus Til - Monkey in the Black Sky. Royksopp - "Remind Me Ernest St. Lauren moonfish mix " from JLC's Fabriclive 09 3. Pete Krebs - "Bittersweet" 7.
Modest Mouse - "Perfect Disguise" 8. D4L - "Scotty". Rex-"Baby Strange" T. Simple Minds - Alive And Kicking 2. Rough Trade - what's the furor about the Fuhrer 3. Sloan - Money City Maniacs 7. Ted Nugent - Stranglehold Chilliwack - Fly By Night.
Boston - Smokin' 2. Madonna - La Isla Bonita 3. Green Day - American Idiot 4. Yes - Sweet Dreams 6. REO Speedwagon - Take it on the run 7. Our Lady Peace - Starseed 8. Black Sabbath - Warpigs Butthole Surfers - Detachable Penis. Zemfira - Hochesh? Yann Tiersen - santa maria half handed cloud - flea market temple melvins - going blind hella - except no subs seafood - pleasurehead john schott - IV.
Das Kommen Der Messias-tenor and double bass sung in Hebrew and English benga - dominion gentleman losers - light fandango karlheinz stockhausen - Struktur XV. Nirvana-Tourettes 3. Gravediggaz-2 Cups of Blood 5. Cormega-The Saga 6.
Clipse ft. Kanye West-Celebration 8. Puff Daddy-Fuck Y'all Niggas 9. Pharcyde-Trust In Pickeral Lake? Ryan Adams - "Two"; so worth it. This track is really great for those of you who lost faith. Finally Laura Branigan - Self Control; got it for my wife, but damn this sounds good on headphones I really, really like this song now, even though I've hated it a million times.
To Daimonion Pt. Goodbye Mr. Policeman , Didjits, some rarity comp that I downloaded 5. Agony , The Muffs, Blonder and Blonder I agree that a description of each song and what you like about it would do wonders for this thread. I'm interested in hearing about new things, but a list isn't going to do much for me. I don't have the kind of time or cash to hunt down each random song. Wire - "Surgeon's Girl" I just bought Pink Flag , and I haven't even been able to make it through one whole listen yet, so I think this is the first time I'm hearing this.
Pretty good; I wish more of the album sounded like this. Maybe it does, who knows not me. I would enjoy this much more if I weren't all fired up from the last song. Okay, now I'm kind of getting into it. Unfortunately, it's not as mellow or as good as "Strings of Nashville", thus rendering it doubly pointless. Maybe if it had vocals can't remember if there's a version somewhere that does. But even then, would it be better than the version of "Strings of Nashville" with vocals? Probably not.
I do have a soft spot for totally pointless Pavement jams though, so maybe I'm just getting what I deserve. Against Me! This Shit Rules " Another album that I haven't listened to a lot, another song that I don't really recognize.
This would've been great coming after the Wire song, but the yo-yo thing isn't really working for me. Good song, I'll have to listen to this album some more too. For me, this song is about where Black Sea starts to lose it. Nice drums, but I wish these lyrics had gone to a song that was more fun and less annoying.
The guitar solo is kind of nifty; the key change sucks. Like the dubby bassline, which clashes with the piano chord voicings in a way which I hadn't really noticed before. Lyrics great as always "the nuclear spill of don't-walk orange on mushrooms". Quasimoto - "Raw Deal" I like the opening part with the flute, but the song proper is possibly even better. That incessant cowbell?
Dumb outro with dusty old samples about getting high, but who cares, that's half the point of this album. Sonic Youth - "Teenage Riot" Well duh, this is a stone-cold classic. The rare song with "riot" in its title which makes me want to do just that. I don't like the place this starts and it doesn't really go anywhere from there. I think it's supposed to be atmospheric, but it's not pretty or ugly enough.
The title doesn't quite seem to fit. I kinda see what they were going for but the sound effects just seem too small and chintzy to pull it off. Maybe that's the joke, and I just don't get it? Destroyer - "The Night Moves" Another album I just bought, just ripped, and haven't really given a good listen to. There is a lot of "li-di-di-di"-ing and not a lot of lyrics, which is kind of a bummer for a Bejar song.
Then again, if you'd just listened to an entire album's worth of them, I could see how this would be a nice respite. Ice Cube feat. I actually like this version more than the better-known "The Message"-sampling one released as a single. Even though I don't mind House of Pain, I have no problem with Cube dissing them when he's beating them this badly at their own game. From "unholy terror," a long-past-anybody-else-caring record but I have always liked their mad-max-world-is-ending vibe, they're like the metal anti-T.
William Bell in a Latin mood, the Oye Como Va sorta rhythm underneath buttery 70s soul - not a tremendous song but I like anything Bell produces, his sounds are so wonderful. I skipped it. I accidentally got the clean version of this, I fucking hate listening to clean versions of anything, I don't care how nice the beat is. I had a big period of almost-but-not-quite getting into him, and this dates from then.
I vaguely knew it beforehand and was surprised to find out he'd written it. To be honest I prefer his lower-key stuff. I don't really like her voice and I'd prefer if he was singing, but it's a cracking song anyway. What's interesting to me is that both artists press the right buttons, but don't quite speak to me the likes of Tom Joad apart. I guess because they both have that slightly-earnest alternative-american thing going on, and as a dam' furriner it's quite hard to relate to it.
This is the Folsom Prison live version is there another? Two of the greatest lines of all time. The Reno one you know. The 'Hello, I'm Johnny Cash' one you know too, but damn, it's cool. What I like most is the audience response. You can tell they're really loving it, much more than you can from bigger shows e.
Alex Turner's lyrics are really good though he has much better sets than this. I like it how he can be british-provincial but universal at the same time, which is rarer than it really should be. It makes me angry still! Y'know, people are listening.
I also like the video, which I reckon shows exactly how great a drummer Matt Helders is and he's not even in it! I know nothing about them, other than the kids like them and the singer looks terrible. I like the backing vocals especially. There's something about this song that reminds me of Backstreet Boys and I don't know why - anyone else get that? It's only three minutes long, but I gather that the original is about twenty minutes.
Who would ever need such a track? I don't remember much of their later stuff, but I'll bet it was all downhill from here. This is the Woodstock version. I quite like the chorus, and it's another one unique in my collection, but I don't think I could truthfully recommend it to anyone.
I don't like how you get the impression that he feels he's making a big, brave statement. What could be less brave than criticising the government to an audience of , hippies? Like all good maladjusted british teenagers, I was really into the Smiths. I borrowed Louder Than Bombs on cassette from a pal, but somehow this passed me by.
I only looked it up again recently in response to a thread on here and can't believe I missed it. Amazing: great tune, great lyrics, in a way not unlike the Arctic Monkeys at 3 above. I like best the political point-of-view, so unlike normal Morrissey and his sympathy for the outsider. A recognition that sometimes you have to choose one evil over another, a nuance that Country Joe could really have used.
Can't fault any of the stuff completed while he was alive, so this is still good, but it's not one of my favourites. This is one of the best five records ever made, in my view. It's the classic 80s track, yet it doesn't sound dated at all. The production is still amazing. Clever, funny and a great tune too. And it's one of the elite controversial hits, for bonus points.
Ok, its U2. And we've all heard it a million times. Thankfully short. So hearing it in this context is a little strange: Where has the blurry countryside gone??? Sounds like a diagram from Tomorrow's World. Then it clicked into place: Gypsy-Glam, damn fine. To round us off, Love invent mariachi indie, grateful world keeps turning. From a great album too, which kinda makes it seem like filler, based on the other songs on there.
A little more hushed, less percussion based than a lot of his '80s songs, so I approve as I've always preferred his Asylum albums. Heard it a million times, still great though. Great song. I think this was a single. Perfect song, wouldn't change a thing about it. Who hasn't heard this one? Saw this live on the Great Destroyer tour, loved it before then and even more since. The Clash- The Call Up 3. First Choice- Armed and Extremely Dangerous 4. Kahimi Karie- Lolitapop Dollhouse 5. The Gadjits- Party Girl 6.
Pavement- In The Mouth of a Desert 7. Felt- Primitive Painters 8. Dramarama- It's Still Warm 9. Super Furry Animals- God! Show me Magic Behold'n , Monday, 27 August fourteen years ago link. I've been feeling out of sorts all afternoon, and this is precisely what was needed to bring me back into focus. Hugely cheering, and more so given that I'm familiar with its every contour.
From a fan-club-only instrumental jazz album, which I have never knowingly heard before. Nearly 8 minutes of tasteful supperclub noodle. Can't see this staying on the iPod for long. Skipping it at the 4 minute mark. Again, I've never heard this before. Oh, wait, I have - there's a 3 star rating attached to it, which seems a bit miserly as there's loads of interesting stuff going on here.
Oh, she's played with Sufjan and the Spree. That makes sense. Christ, it gets intense towards the end. Good stuff, will play again soon. Rough punk rock from John Peel's Record Box, sludgy in the mix but I have a high tolerance for this sort of thing, unexceptional as it is.
A short spoken recital from Clear Spot, with fuzz guitar, vibes and a bit of drum. Doesn't mean much out of context. From a four track promo sampler, sent to me as I reviewed them live a few weeks ago. The lazy zing thread must be a matter of days away, but dammit I LIKED them live, even if this doesn't quite hit the mark. Also, not nearly stompy enough. Doesn't matter, it's a belter, a cracker, a thwacker. Fronm Hey Venus! I got a bit bored with the SFAs, and with Gruff Rhys' vocals in particular, not helped by being a bit bored by his live solo performance at this year's Summer Sundae in Leicester.
But this is nice enough: pretty and dreamy and summery and vocally layered and not remotely appropriate to the time or the season, but there you go. Off a cover-mounted CD from a few months ago. Don't think I've heard it before. Follows on well from the SFAs track, being initially similar in pace and mood, although it drifts too close to Crowded House territory for my liking. Bit meh. Gawd, this has all been a bit Word magazine. I have Other Tastes too, you know! Saltbreakers hasn't grabbed me half as much as I hoped it would.
Again, a logical progression from the Sonnenberg track, and certainly more to my liking. Comparatively speaking. This hasn't been one of the greatest Shuffles, though. Ah well. C , Thursday, 29 November fourteen years ago link. Day You Die : Real Live 3. Criminal World : David Bowie 5. International Feel : Todd Rundgren 8.
Yesterday : Donny Hathaway Walking Around : Manfred Mann. Eric D. Subeditors Dictate Our Youth" - Clinic 5. YMO - "Kai-Koh" 2. MBV - "Instrumental" 4. Ariel Pink - "Doggone Shegone " 5. Buzzcocks - "A Different Kind of Tension" 7. Modeselektor - "Edgar" 8. Joy Division - "Means to an End" 9. Eric's Trip - "New Love" Fannypack - "Hey Mami". Young Jeezy - Talk To 'Em 2. Wendy Carlos - Timesteps 3. Movado - Ball Dem A Ball 5. Bilal - Make Me Over 7.
Young Buck - Get Buck. Sunshine - Lupe Fiasco 2. Eternal Flame -the Bangles 3. Da Funk -Daft Punk 4. Cisco Kid - War 6. Sea of Holes - Yellow Submarine soundtrack 8. Ja Funmi - King Sunny Ade John and Mary - Jaco Pastorius. Quickspace - Melo Recently became very into these guys again after having not listened to them for ages. This is a fairly nondescript song, though - quite pretty, and a few good synthy squelches, but otherwise Maybe it's just because I'm tired and ratty, but I'm really enjoying this as a song which is quite simply 'nyahnyahnyahnyah Fuck Yourself nyahnyahnyahnyah Fuck Yourself'.
Mildly diverting for a while there, but Peter Wyngarde - April Now this is more like it. A classy fella. Anyone not know about this record? Allowed full artistic control, Jason King records a bizarre mix of over-sexed and racially dubious pomp. Very short, this one, though This is pretty good, but I don't think it's going to end up on the top of my Mute Records polls any time soon.
Much poppier than I thought it'd be. There's just something about these guys - I can never quite put my finger on it. Sense of forboding, political and personal collapse, argh. Go-Betweens - Spring Rain Reminds me of why being a corny indie fuxx0r isn't such a bad thing. This is, however, a pretty nice slab of shoegazing. Might give them another try. Tussle - Blue Beat Not their best track, but gives an adequate picture of what they do. Bass heavy, drums a mix between the calculated motorik and free-primal, hmm, yeah.
Another shuffle. I start with one of the two songs mentioned in emil. With a zero to five star rating. Zero stars is utter crap. Five stars means it is for the island. There is something generic about it, where is the tune? I found them boring and unappealing for so long because of these kind of lackluster songs.
A ballad without interest to me. Like with the G-B an example of a song proving why it took me a while before discovering the intimate genius of Elliott Smith's songwriting. There is something addictive about this kind of music. Somehow I can't skip to the next track immediately though I am not completely enchanted by this stuff.
Towards the end it turns into new age. Skipped at 25 minutes. No great song neither. But still a nice change. Those girls rock out and it sounds like them. Sharp and focussed. The perfect antidote to Klaus Schulze. The desert heat is encapsulated in the dry delivery, the sluggish beat and the skeletal overall execution. That transcendental horn section coming out of nowhere in the middle.
It floors me every time I hear it. And it comes twice. I guess those were Grandaddy on visit in Tucson. I didn't know that there were so jazzy. Mostly a saxophone improvising. Some tribal rhythms near the end. Fine with me. They are doing their thing, they are exploring the edges of the electronic universe. Which can be very fascinating.
I have always been a sucker for new sounds and these are still rather fresh for me. Discovered them only about 5 years ago and don't listen often to their stuff. Not sure about this. Rather abstract. I don't like music you can only appreciate when you have read about it beforehand. Slightly dark synthesizer washes in the background. The piano lines grope for something but never reach it. Lovely atmospheric impressionist stuff.
Here it has an almost latin feel. After a while I get bored by it though when there is no real tune like here when Vini seems to be more meandering than melancholic. BG and Young Jeezy 3. Solieb - [Sci. Volume 02 12] Love Song 4. Boris - [Pink 08] Painted With Flame 8. Joy Division - "Isolation" Wham! We Built This City Starship 2. Rollin' Limpbizkit 5. Ice Ice Baby Vanilla Ice 6. Party All the Time Eddie Murphy 9.
American Life Madonna The Emotions - Heart Association impossibly high helium vocals, some agile guitar. Palace - Old Jerusalem possible the polar opposite to The Emotions, some lovely lines "we mingle our limbs" etc 3. Herman Dune - with a tankful of gas A song about "such a nice drive with the velvet underground". Which sounds just like going for a nice drive with the VU playing. Mogwai - Christmas steps.
I'll go to the corner shop while this is playing. Madvillain - Figaro from the Madvillainy album. Otis Redding - These arms of mine which'd be a nothing song in anyone elses hands, but Otis elevates it by sounding so damn desperate 7. Jarvis Cocker - disney time mmm lots of people really liked JC's solo album but I thought it was pretty mediocre.
Beautiful shoegaze electronica that's been subject of more than a few internet hipster crushes but still pretty wonderful. But love Vocalcity and this is good once it finds its rhythm around the 3 minute mark. Nirvana - Where did you sleep last night. Haven't heard this for years. What I like about this is that it has all of the carefree characteristics of their mid ninties material before they started laying on the Paganism thing a bit thick for the following album.
From Untrue, which I was a bit dissapointed with to be honest. Still a good album, just found it a little slick in comparison to the broken future-dub of the debut. When is Stairwell coming out? I think the only thing this has ever come out on was a Cafe Del Mar comp. This is one of the best things they've ever done IMO. It's up there with "Rez". I think B12 were incredibly underrated and they often get forgotten about when Warp is discussed. Like this, but there's another track he did with sampled coustic guitars that almost sounded like a UK garage tune.
It was wicked but can't remember what it was called Funny, when you look at the photos from Berlin they looked like they were having a right laugh Makes me think of Dartmoor which is the best place to listen this album. I'd cut my arm off to make something as beautiful as that. Their first four singles and b-sides combined make a great album.
Curious to hear the new stuff but curious is all. From "In The Light". Not the best example of his solo stuff but still worth a listen. Lent "Spooky" to a mate of mine who was not familiar with their work. He said they sounded like The Cocteau Twins with a carrot up their arse. I beg to differ though, not all what they did was great but this and a handful of other tracks were. This showcases a tentative side I think. Woman singing wordlessly, long spacey bongo bit, occasional comedy organ solos.
Bit coffe table but I like it. I'm allowed to, I'm nearly thirty. Day For Night - Moloko Off their first album, barely listened to it. Quite nice and sultry and nocturnal. Lots of clanging with a random bit of surf guitar at the end. Works well in the context of the album, doesn't at all as a standalone.
Huh, it samples Thriller extensively. Well done Liam, really pushing the boundaries with your cultural touchstones there. Geno - Dexy's Midnight Runners Amazing song, but you all knew that. The horn stabs punctuating the double-time chorus are so cheeky and smiley. Dull and noodly middle section. This is my problem with a lot of Zep's stuff.
Stripsearch - Faith No More One of their better later tracks, goes from slinky and soulful to menacing and growly, then throws in some totally uneccessary but pretty cool metal guitars at the end just for good measure. Ok, really now, how do you punctuate and capitalize Booker T. Google is no damn help at all. Devo - Golden Energy - Hardcore Devo vol 1 been impressed with how metallic everything sounds on the hardcore vols--without sacrficing funk n groove 2.
Funkenstein love the way they say "I" on this 3. Parliament - Supergroovalisticprosifunkstication - Mothership Connection 5. Upsetters - Kaya Skank - Blackboard Jungle 6. I played this stuff at my wedding reception til the inlaw aunts couldn't take it anymore. Demons - Grey Lady - Evocation I my world, this ten-min burner would be considered a pop tune to be played on the radio. I say we all agree on "MGs". The Waterboys - "Trumpets" 2.
Sarah Slean - "Lucky Me" 3. Basia Bulat - "Snakes and Ladders" 4. Sue Garner - "Box and You" 5. Calexico - "Half A Smidge" 6. Devils Wielding Scimitars - "Chapter's End" 8. Tom Waits - "Virginia Avenue" 9. Blue Rodeo - "Holding On" Paul Simon - "Hurricane Eye". Nostalgia - Ryuichi Sakamoto 3. Rocks Off - The Rolling Stones 4. Fentiger - Nathan Fake 6. Cocaine Blues - Johnny Cash 7.
Electric Counterpoint - Fast Movement Don't Look Down - Screaming Trees 9. Tom Violence - Sonic Youth Luxury Travel - Oneida Shuffle is kind of an unsatisfying way to listen to music. I only felt like listening to 2 of these songs. Hyena - R. Digidesign - Joker 2. Earth People - Dr. Octagon 3. Circles - Adam F 5. Disco Balls - Flying Lotus 7. Xtal - Aphex Twin 8. Say My Name - Destinys Child 9.
Four in the Morning - John Barry Tone Benders - Little Black Egg hm.. The K Collective - Keep it Coming well.. Sunshine Trolley - Cover Me Babe nice. Viewz - Sunswoop booring. Waltz 1 - Elliot Smith XO 7. Woe - Tom Waits Blood Money 8. Orion - Jethro Tull Stormwatch Blueprint - Thingy To The Innocent. Freddie Hubbard - Delphia 3.
De Leve - Diploma 4. Kraftwerk - The Robots 5. Orquestra St. Moritz - Procura-se uma Virgem 6. Super Furry Animals - Mt 7. Blur - Crazy Beat 8. The Champs - Tequila 9. The Rolling Stones - Beast of Burden. Meatgrinder - Madvillain 3. Living in Darkness - Top Buzz 5. Turbulence - Moving Fusion 6. Romeo - Basement Jaxx 7. Nobody's Dancing - Roots Manuva 8. Piccola Radiolina - Manu Chao 9. Heart Street Directions Skit - Ghostface Ars Morendi - Mr.
Musette - Can 7. Drumming, Part Two - So Percussion 8. Largo - Vivaldi's Cello 9. Pillbox , Saturday, 30 October eleven years ago link. Again from my now quite extensive Spotify playlists rather than iPod, but rather random all the same.
But that bloody doesn't count! Geir Hongro , Friday, 17 December eleven years ago link. Can an iPod be set up to take your ratings of the songs the one to five stars it lets you can assign to each song into account when set on shuffle? Or does it do this already? Message Bookmarked. Enqueue all the emmpeethrees on your harddrive.
Play them on shuffle. List the first ten. No cheating for cool points. All right. I definately didn't get a very good random list. Dirt McGirt - Pop Shit 3. Kenny Rogers - The Gambler 4. Hot Snakes - No Hands 6. Styles Infinite - Fresh Air 7. Mozart - The Magic Flute 8. Encore - Sporadic 9.
Galt Macdermot - Space I actually think this is the first time I've listened to my iTunes for more than 2 songs in a row 3. Sage Francis feat. Sole I think - My Head 4. Atmosphere - In My Continental 5. Vast Aire - Sit Alone 7. Beanie Sigel - Get That Doe 8. Peter Sarstedt -Where do you go to my lovely? Emery Reel -Departure of Hope 3.
Tricky -4 Real 4. The Church -Under the Milky Way 7. Von Bondies -C'mon C'mon 8. For Stars -Cowboys Lost at Sea 9. Sentridoh -The Ballad of the Day Kittie Smog - Vessel in Vain Patton, Charley - Lord I'm Discouraged Matmos - Memento Mori Joy Division - Warsaw Nelson, Willie - Bonaparte's Retreat The Sex Pistols - Holidays in the Sun Jandek - Moon Dance The Cart Family, by the by, is totally not a different thing from the Carter Family, but a mere mistake on my behalf.
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Coachella Alternatives in L. Coachella Dos and Don'ts: Make it a time you want to remember — not one you want to forget. So You're Going to Coachella? Julio Iglesias: 1-Greatest Hits. Jake Bugg: Jake Bugg. Dido: Girl Who Got Away.
Low: April 2 Troubadour. John Amadon: The Bursting Sheaf. David Bowie: The Next Day. Mika Comes to L. Matmos: The Marriage of True Minds. Lotus Hits L. Bajofondo: March 18 The Fonda Theatre. Emancipator: March 16 El Rey. Henry Santos: Singer, Composer and Dancer:. Autre Ne Veut: March 12 Troubadour. Alicia Keys: March 12 Staples Center. Kat Dahlia Goes "Gangsta":. Frank Turner Plays in L. Lisa Germano: No Elephants. Surfer Blood: March 1 The Echo.
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