What music are you listening to lately?

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    The new Keane, UNKLE, and Dead Weather albums.
     


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    I just got a couple of songs from Netsky, dance/electronica has so many subgroups I don't know how to classify it.
     


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    Mors Principium Est: Pure Numero: Tonton Klaxonne (fucking amazingly deep electro-club album from a great quebecois duo) random symphonic metal Also, Magician, as per one of your random references in another thread, I just checked out Satyricon (had heard of but didn't know anything about) on youtube and now I can't stop listening.
     


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    What do you think? I've been listening to it alot. I don't think it's quite as consistently good as Boxer, but it's growing on me.
     


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    What do you think? I've been listening to it alot. I don't think it's quite as consistently good as Boxer, but it's growing on me.

    I think it's very good. Early favourites are Sorrow, Conversation 16 and especially Vanderlyle Crybaby Geeks. Only on my second listen though.

    Boxer has already become a classic, it'll be hard for them to top that ever. I'd love to hear a more experimental album from them though - something that is to Boxer what OK Computer is to The Bends. That would be awesome.
     


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    Numero: Tonton Klaxonne (fucking amazingly deep electro-club album from a great quebecois duo)
    random symphonic metal

    Also, Magician, as per one of your random references in another thread, I just checked out Satyricon (had heard of but didn't know anything about) on youtube and now I can't stop listening.


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