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I feel like I'm missing out on really good new music all the time


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If you're not adverse to some torrenting then look on Pirate Bay for Indie Rock Playlist there's a few monthly compilations put up there with a fair selection of bands - I've found some excellent new music through this.

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I've seen The xx twice now, but they didn't quite meet expectations. The album is nice enough, but not one I've repeated tons, it's just nice now and then - they're are some really great tracks on it.

Here's some stuff I've been listening to recently:

Beach House - Teen Dream

Memory Tapes - Seek Magic

Kings of Convenience - Declaration of Dependence

Takagi Masakatsu - Tai Rei Tei Rio

Little Dragon - Machine Dreams

Port Sword Tobacco - Everything is Music to the Ear

JJ - No. 2

Múm - Sing Along to Songs You Don't Know

Grouper & Xela - Tsuki No Seika

Mapstation - The Africa Chamber

Harlem Shakes - Technicolor Health

The Whitest Boy Alive - Rules

Jóhann Jóhannsson - And in the Endless Pause There Came the Sound of Bees

Tenniscoats & Pastels - Two Sunsets

Guitar - Friends

Man, I've liked tons this year, I can think of loads more.

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I really liked the last Johan Johansson. I'll check that one out.

It's a film score, so a little different to his usual stuff, but nothing at all like his score for Dís (which is probably my fave of his).

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