A few ILM threads, a 3-CD-long mix from Blair at music (for robots), and more Thom Yorke. I guess I should actually give that album a listen at some point. Also, be sure to check this Alan Braxe mega post at Fluokids. I don't get why everyone hates on France.

» Post-Punk drum info
I hate my beater of a drum set and want to start replacing pieces to get a 1979-1981 post-punky sound a la Gang of Four/ Kleenex-Liliput/ ESG/ Essential Logic/ The Fall/ A Certain Ratio/ Bauhaus etc.
» U2's The Edge
How important? Who were his influences when the band started? Peers? What about today? Seems like a lot of new bands are picking up his sound.
» Taking Sides: TLC vs. Destiny's Child
TLC have "Creep". Destiny's Child not. TLC wins.
» Over the Stairs: Welcome to the Magical World of Guillemots
Guillemots are the best new band on the planet, and this week they release their fantastic debut album, Through the Window Pane. Nick Southall and the band̢۪s founder, Fyfe Dangerfield, have been exchanging emails...
» Thom Yorke - The Eraser - Review - Stylus Magazine
Radiohead frontman goes solo, creates lost love songs for the Richard D. James Album...
» CBGB Owner Relocating Club -- Urinals Included -- To Vegas This Spring
Hilly Kristal's got an awful lot of packing ahead of him...
» robot Blair - Grammar School Mix Part 1 - Part 2 - Part 3
I played for around four hours, so here are three CD-length chunks of the night...
» Thom Yorke: The Eraser: Pitchfork Record Review
Announced just two months ago, the Radiohead frontman's modest solo debut hits stores this week.
» Pitchfork: Justin Timberlake: "SexyBack" [Track Review]
Press releases and fashion mags will undoubtedly trumpet "SexyBack" as a triumph of chisel over pudge, the soundtrack to your daily routine of knocking out sets and knocking down Ultras with the opposite bods, but don't believe it.

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