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September’s eMusic downloads October 5, 2009

Posted by sjroby in Music.
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Funny how the dismal days drag and the months fly by.

Heralds of Change: Secrets EP

Heralds of Change: Secrets EP

Hudson Mohawke: 7×7 Beat Series Number 6 EP, Heralds of Change (Hudson Mohawke and Mike Slott): Sittin’ on the Side/Rock With You EP, Secrets EP. Saw something online about the forthcoming Hudson Mohawke album and listened to the minisampler (go here) and decided I want it and I need to get some backstory. Basically hiphop/electronic stuff, though the album will have more of a soul/R&B feel.

Alien Sex Fiend: Acid Bath. Liked a couple of ASF songs back in the day, and a discussion of the band over at Gallifrey Base, the Doctor Who forum with a surprisingly busy and interesting music subforum, inspired me to get this. Now to travel back through time to tell my younger self to throw this into the mix with all that Sisters of Mercy, Cult, Siouxsie, Bauhaus, etc I was listening to.

Julian Plenti: Julian Plenti is… Skyscraper; Maximo Park: Quicken the Heart. The former is Interpol’s front man’s first solo album. I really liked the first Interpol and Maximo Park albums, along with Bloc Party, Kaiser Chiefs, Franz Ferdinand, etc, and liked a lot of stuff from their various second (and in some cases third) albums, but I haven’t been instantly grabbed by anything during the one or two cursory listens so far. Must make an effort.

TV On the Radio: Desperate Youth, Blood Thirsty Babes

TV On the Radio: Desperate Youth, Blood Thirsty Babes

Telepathe: Dance Mother. Sort of artsy ’80s synthpop/dance revivalism with female vocals. My kind of thing, I guess.

TV on the Radio: Young Liars EP, Desperate Youth, Blood Thirsty Babes. They’re always being compared to stuff I like, and band members are popping up here and there (like producing the aforementioned Telepathe album) so I should listen to this soon.

Bad Lieutenant: Sink or Swim/Dynamo: see previous post.

And, as usual, various dubstep singles, this time from Faib, Cyrus, and Kryptic Minds.

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