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    i have some great canadian 60s stuff both in english & french.loved those 2 freak out total compilations.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SeattleEd View Post
    ^^ Hell yes. Although I don't recall Lilys being on Elephant 6, Slumberland and SpinArt. Recently just got the "Eccsame The Photon Band" colored vinyl reissue. Still have the original CD.
    i don't think they were i think that was just me lumping them in with them because they were around at the same time doing similar stuff.

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    All Sabbath fans should check out Crosss - https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=1NtDQ7Dt9wA

    4NDR10D mentioned Wooden Shjips, the first time I saw Crosss was opening for the related band Moon Duo (also great). It was a fantasticly, sludgy, stonery night!
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    Guess I'm more of a mainstream person when it comes to new music. Right now on my playlist is stuff like:

    Switchfoot.
    Yellowcard.
    Blue October.
    Naked and Famous.
    Grouplove.
    Sia.
    Tom Day.
    When In Rome.
    Mattafix.
    Sounds Under Radio.
    Pegboard Nerds.
    Parachute Youth.
    In-Flight Safety.

    And a few others,and of course the usual 80's and 90's stuff,lol!

    J-R!

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    The Iron Horse by the Sound Defects isn't totally recent but it is a hidden gem that I listen to monthly. It's a soundtrack to a movie that doesn't exist but should.

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    Black Keys.
    Paolo Nutini.
    Prima Nocta and Fifty Foot Combo (both Belgian bands).
    Imelda May and Caro Emerald (though their music is mostly retro).

    There's still decent music out there, but I feel you have to look a little harder than in the old days. They may not top the charts, but still great music.
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    "When things are at their darkest, it's a brave man that can kick back and party."

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    Quote Originally Posted by palitoy View Post


    The Iron Horse by the Sound Defects isn't totally recent but it is a hidden gem that I listen to monthly. It's a soundtrack to a movie that doesn't exist but should.
    i thought it was going to be like the silencers -cyclerific sounds lp i think that had something to do with the dirtbombs.

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    Mac DeMarco - groovy laid back stoner rock: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MwUqjJHcAn8
    Fuzz - Ty Segall's awesome side band: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b5xRq5f1kCU
    Mikal Cronin: frequent Ty Segall collaborator - his second album is great: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=074wHh44p10

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    uncle acid and the deadbeats may appeal to sabbath fans too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by daz71 View Post
    uncle acid and the deadbeats may appeal to sabbath fans too.
    Yeah man - great call!

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