Here are all of mjgBZ32's jams.

Good Morning, Captain

Good Morning, Captain

by Slint

A personal favourite. I'm sure I'm not the only one

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Jammed: 14th Sep 2014

124 plays

77 likes

6 comments

Mountain Song

Mountain Song

by Jane's Addiction

The video doesn't work so here's a link... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1kAIMlISHhU Listening to Jane's Addiction for the first time in a couple of years...one of the first bands I ever properly got into and I still love them. Stadium sized awesomeness

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Jammed: 7th Sep 2014

122 plays

75 likes

2 comments

Black Lake

Black Lake

by Jenny Hval & Susanna

Why they spend millions of pounds producing a load of shite like The Voice & X Factor I don't know. Here's my idea: we give a prime time Saturday night slot dedicated to actual talented musicians who, you know, write their own songs, and don't cry every 3 fucking seconds. If these two Norwegian ladies were on TV I'd certainly tune in. Great song from a unique & remarkable album

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Jammed: 3rd Sep 2014

75 plays

31 likes

3 comments

Enemy

Enemy

by Merchandise

Not sure I like their new album as much as the previous 2, but I think they have the making of a great band already!

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Jammed: 27th Aug 2014

85 plays

44 likes

7 comments

Still Life

Still Life

by The Horrors

This one is dedicated to my gran who died last Friday. I always interpret this song as describing when you wake up in heaven and find the ones you love, which is what she really believed will happen to her. I hope it does

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Jammed: 20th Aug 2014

132 plays

90 likes

9 comments

Take It Or Leave It

Jammed: 13th Aug 2014

87 plays

86 likes

1 comments

Do You

Do You

by Spoon

Spoon are the business

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Jammed: 5th Aug 2014

97 plays

79 likes

7 comments

PDA

PDA

by Interpol

Untitled, Obstacle 2, NYC - could an opening to an album get any better? As soon as you hear the PDA drum intro...yes it can!!! Turn On The Bright Lights, and leave them on forever

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Jammed: 28th Jul 2014

199 plays

108 likes

No comments

All I Want

All I Want

by LCD Soundsystem

I went on holiday for 2 weeks and essentially spent it listening to music. It was a toss up between them, but I decided for James Murphy over Rivers Cuomo. When I was 15 and my dad had LCD's debut album I never imagined they'd become one of my absolute favourite bands (not sure we ever got past track 1), but they have! This is a great song. Maybe Weezer next week!

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Jammed: 17th Jul 2014

111 plays

69 likes

2 comments

December

December

by Unwound

I'm post-hardcore til I die

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Jammed: 30th Jun 2014

81 plays

46 likes

2 comments

Vertigo

Vertigo

by Deafheaven

I'm not a fan of black metal, but I just can't get enough of Sunbather! From the front cover to the insane billion miles an hour drumming

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Jammed: 23rd Jun 2014

113 plays

52 likes

7 comments

Venter

Venter

by Ben Frost

Ben Frost is an aptly named man

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Jammed: 13th Jun 2014

87 plays

40 likes

5 comments

She's Rolling

She's Rolling

by Parquet Courts

In 20 years people will look back on Parquet Courts like we look back on Pavement now. They are just fantastic.

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Jammed: 6th Jun 2014

97 plays

66 likes

10 comments

Thick Lip

Thick Lip

by White Lung

Hardcore punk isn't really a genre known for it's female protagonists, so it's been nice to hear from these and also Perfect Pussy. White Lung play a far more classic hardcore style than PP, but equallly ferocious! Their new album sounds like it will be even better than their last one, but here is my fave track from that 2012 effort for appetite whetting purposes

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Jammed: 29th May 2014

101 plays

45 likes

4 comments

Rid Of Me

Rid Of Me

by PJ Harvey

I saw multiple people put Alanis Morrisette's You Oughta Know on here, and I used to think that was a really good, angry breakup song. Until I heard this. Also - don't know who that woman is in the picture but whatever

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Jammed: 22nd May 2014

182 plays

115 likes

9 comments

Moving Further Away

Moving Further Away

by The Horrors

Didn't realise this album was released in 2011, I thought it was younger! Took me 3 years to get round to listening to the 2nd half of it, after the Quietus said this was one of their best songs. I see why they're so popular!

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Jammed: 13th May 2014

76 plays

65 likes

1 comments

We Drift Like Worried Fire

We Drift Like Worried Fire

by Godspeed You! Black Emperor

The band with the best climaxes in music. And the most pretentious yet kind of cool name

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Jammed: 6th May 2014

81 plays

64 likes

2 comments

Oxygen

Oxygen

by Swans

An insane and brilliant track from their new album. Some nice mindfuckery, if you wondered what The Jesus Lizard would sound like with Michael Gira on lead vocals, this is probably it (and everyone has wondered that before. No? Oh)

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Jammed: 29th Apr 2014

76 plays

47 likes

No comments

Sixteen Blue

Sixteen Blue

by The Replacements

Decided I'd start listening to some classic albums rather than brand new ones for a change. Started off with these guys, who quite rightly are a big deal in America now they've reformed! Unsung alt rock heroes

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Jammed: 22nd Apr 2014

86 plays

71 likes

2 comments

Sun Harmonics

Sun Harmonics

by Jon Hopkins

It's sunny!! In Liverpool anyway, so what better tune to relax to (clue: there isn't!)

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Jammed: 16th Apr 2014

105 plays

61 likes

2 comments

Queen Of Hearts

Queen Of Hearts

by Fucked Up

Was surprised to hear it's been 3 years since Fucked Up's last album! This is one of my most played songs since, and I'm looking forward to the new stuff (and seeing them live!)

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Jammed: 9th Apr 2014

90 plays

47 likes

4 comments

Jim

Jim

by Swans

Haven't listened to much music this week, so just thought I'd go for some Swans. If someone can think of a better musical comeback than these guys let me know!

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Jammed: 3rd Apr 2014

95 plays

61 likes

9 comments

I'm Not Part Of Me

I'm Not Part Of Me

by Cloud Nothings

Any band that sounds anything like Drive Like Jehu is going to be on my radar. Any band that then also sounds like Wipers AS WELL on their second album means that my expectation weighs heavy. So it's good that they're absolutely awesome and already one of my favourite bands then!

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Jammed: 25th Mar 2014

93 plays

54 likes

4 comments

Seasons (Waiting On You)

Seasons (Waiting On You)

by Future Islands

Because my Dr. Octagon jam didn't work, I'll go for this as I've listened to it about 10 times today. Although let's be honest, if you watch the video on mute the result would be the same. I can't tell if his dancing is shit or really good, so I'll go with really good. And that weird Cookie Monster voice he does. As Pitchfork challenged "TRY not to smile". Impossible

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Jammed: 19th Mar 2014

78 plays

39 likes

5 comments

I'm Destructive

I'm Destructive

by Dr. Octagon

Dr. Octagon's whole debut album is a work of genius - cult classic. Probably my favourite time travelling cannibal rapist gynaecologist. At least in the top 5 anyway

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Jammed: 18th Mar 2014

8 plays

6 likes

3 comments

Lucidity

Lucidity

by Tame Impala

Another band (well, one man) who I can't stop listening to. They have released 2 albums, quite tempted to pull out the word 'great' to describe both of them. They do a much much better job at sounding like the Beatles than Oasis, although it's not saying much is it

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Jammed: 11th Mar 2014

121 plays

86 likes

12 comments

DDB

DDB

by The Psychic Paramount

From one of my favourite albums of the last few years. Like a mini Godspeed You! Black Emperor, minus the quiet parts. Instrumental rock done right

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Jammed: 5th Mar 2014

79 plays

28 likes

2 comments

Foehammer

Foehammer

by Conan

For a city so famed for it's music, we don't actually have many good bands here in Liverpool. Maybe following the Beatles is like following Alex Ferguson...(long may that continue). Anyway, forget declining Manchester football clubs and the world's most famous band, these guys follow Sleep and Electric Wizard instead - and they're the HEAVIEST BAND IN THE UNIVERSE. Cranium compressing doom. Also a pretty awesome video to go with it! Monnos was good, Blood Eagle sounds even better

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Jammed: 28th Feb 2014

71 plays

20 likes

5 comments

Range Life

Range Life

by Pavement

Been listening to them non stop since the weekend, I think this is my favourite song of theirs. One of the best bands ever, and they don't even break a sweat

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Jammed: 20th Feb 2014

134 plays

103 likes

10 comments

Wanderlust

Wanderlust

by Wild Beasts

March 3rd will be a good day in my life, new music from about-to-be indie superstars Real Estate, the worlds heaviest band (and local to me!) Conan, pretty sure some other stuff too. St. Vincent and Beck releasing music just before as well. But the album I'm looking forward to most (along with Cloud Nothings and The Men) is by the Lake District's finest. What a wonderfully unique band, I've seen a few of the new tracks live already and they sound great. And also they have a song on it named after Ric Flair so you can't argue! Til march 4th here's wanderlust

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Jammed: 14th Feb 2014

90 plays

51 likes

4 comments

Sugarcube

Sugarcube

by Yo La Tengo

What a boring choice. But it's a great song and I've been listening to these a lot recently

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Jammed: 6th Feb 2014

136 plays

96 likes

10 comments

Cherry Chapstick

Cherry Chapstick

by Yo La Tengo

One of my favourite bands. 2 classic Ira Kaplan noise solos in one song (!) plus the usual YLT version of 'pop'. Yep, it'll do for moi

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Jammed: 29th Jan 2014

112 plays

77 likes

6 comments

Guest Room

Guest Room

by The National

Just because it has the best "oooo"s ever (at about 1:45). Could be the best (American) band ever by the end of their lifetime

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Jammed: 21st Jan 2014

83 plays

78 likes

3 comments

White Sky

White Sky

by Vampire Weekend

These are one of the more polarising bands around - I've heard that quite a few times, don't see how this tune could be polarising though I think it's a cracker. Warning: contains overenthusiastic bass player

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Jammed: 13th Jan 2014

71 plays

54 likes

8 comments

Everything Hits At Once

Everything Hits At Once

by Spoon

Been listening to a lot of these lately and this is a song that's been irreversibly welded to the musical part of my brain. I know they've been recording for ages so hope to hear from them in 2014!

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Jammed: 6th Jan 2014

117 plays

60 likes

4 comments

Rival Dealer

Rival Dealer

by Burial

Another cracking EP from the worlds most famous anonymous (almost) person. Now with no woodblock, but equally excellent

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Jammed: 31st Dec 2013

63 plays

44 likes

1 comments

Stay Useless

Stay Useless

by Cloud Nothings

Thought I'd jam a band I can't wait to hear from in 2014! Long live post-hardcore! PS I have no idea what that video is

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Jammed: 24th Dec 2013

65 plays

43 likes

2 comments

I Might Be Wrong

I Might Be Wrong

by Radiohead

I jammed this earlier but the video didn't work...take 2!

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Jammed: 17th Dec 2013

158 plays

94 likes

6 comments

I Might Be Wrong

I Might Be Wrong

by Radiohead

I have Amnesiac on right now so thought it might be a nice idea to jam my favourite band for the first time!

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Jammed: 17th Dec 2013

8 plays

4 likes

No comments

Pass The Hatchet, I Think I'm Goodkind

Pass The Hatchet, I Think I'm Goodkind

by Yo La Tengo

Went to see these last week and this song was the climax of the show. Slow it down to snails pace and let the guitar take it to outer space as they say. True indie rock legends, I've always thought they're like a 'pop' version of Sonic Youth, I think that's quite good marketing for them...get me a job in PR! Or not. Also Ira Kaplin is a very underrated guitarist, how can such a lovely guy make that much noise!

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Jammed: 9th Dec 2013

87 plays

47 likes

1 comments

Austin Texas Mental Hospital, Parts 1-3

Austin Texas Mental Hospital, Parts 1-3

by Stars of the Lid

Just had this on at work, possibly the most pleasant sounds my ears have ever come across. While science fiction has long debated the possibility of time travel, Stars of the Lid can actually slow down time. I assume the general consensus of drone music is "boring", but you'd have to travel to a rather incredible place or take some pretty powerful hallucinogenics to have an experience as beautiful as immersing yourself in this music, I think

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Jammed: 2nd Dec 2013

85 plays

42 likes

1 comments

Stoned and Starving

Stoned and Starving

by Parquet Courts

I'd say this was one of my 2013 favourites, only problem is it's been out for well over a year, but everyone ignored it for the first 6 months so it's been released at least twice but maybe it counts... This song is typical of their witty (yes, even with that title) lyricism, basically documenting the protagonist's time walking round trying to find nutritionally sound food to satisfy those munchies. They're rather (very) Pavement-ish, and if you don't like Pavement then you aren't a real indie rock fan!

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Jammed: 25th Nov 2013

113 plays

73 likes

14 comments

We Carry On

We Carry On

by Portishead

I hate when people overuse the word great. Like when people say "it's one of the greatest albums of the year" what are you on about. Use it sparingly. Anyway, to sum up - Portishead are great :) the whole of Third is amazing but I chose this track because they closed their Glastonbury set this year with it and turned it up to 11 and all that. I can still hear the glorious cacophony as I lie here, they're possibly the best live band I've seen. Also as a side note, the skill on show in their music, the musicianship and production, atmospherics etc is just phenomenal, amazing!

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Jammed: 17th Nov 2013

107 plays

75 likes

6 comments

Yuba Source Part 1

Yuba Source Part 1

by Date Palms

You'll struggle to find a more pleasant album this year. Also, despite the slowness, you'll also struggle to find better basslines! I wanted to jam the track "night riding the skyline" but couldn't find it on here, but this will more than do. Nice violin as well

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Jammed: 12th Nov 2013

76 plays

32 likes

5 comments

Sea Of Love

Sea Of Love

by The National

My favourite band in the world right now. And I'm happy to see so many other people love them too!

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Jammed: 5th Nov 2013

121 plays

91 likes

5 comments

The Gift

The Gift

by The Velvet Underground

I've seen a lot of Perfect Days and Sunday Mornings, but my fave VU album is White Light/White Heat so here's my tribute. It's not really a song...it's a spoken word short story in one ear with a jam session in the other. It's one of the few songs ever to make me laugh. Surely the first truly alternative band, and they're one of the best RIP Lou

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Jammed: 29th Oct 2013

60 plays

77 likes

5 comments

Come Up And Get Me

Come Up And Get Me

by Death Grips

The worlds most controversial band these days...while releasing an album to file sharing sites because your label want to delay it, then sticking a big knob on the front certainly gets people talking, I can't remember anyone noticing the music inside. They released 2 albums last year, and both of them were amongst the best. This is the very low end heavy opener from the 2nd, NO LOVE DEEP WEB - my slight favourite of them both! I understand they might be unlistenable to some but for me they're pretty much perfect, and are masters at ensuring people are always talking about them, whether you like them or not! Also apologies for the rubbish non-video but I'm not spamming anyone's news feed with penis pictures...

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Jammed: 21st Oct 2013

72 plays

27 likes

6 comments

Blackpool Late Eighties

Blackpool Late Eighties

by Holden

Been listening to The Inheritors for the last couple of weeks, and it's clear James Holden is one the most interesting artists around in electronic music, or any genre for that matter. As most reviews pointed out its a techno album pretty much devoid of any techno. But despite its eclecticism it's easy to listen to and never gets boring despite it's fairly epic runtime - this is the penultimate and longest track, and also possibly the most straightforward. I could have picked a few different tracks from the album but I went with this because the first time I heard it I was walking home and I was pretty much mesmerised. And I had visions in my head similar to the video this comes with would you believe, I've seen a few of those in my time. British electronic music is absolutely booming but our friends at the mercury music prize have chose to completely ignore that. Better luck next year maybe...

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Jammed: 13th Oct 2013

64 plays

26 likes

1 comments

The Wire

The Wire

by Haim

Ok so these have been hyperhyped if you will, especially by NME. Also there's constant comparisons to Fleetwood Mac who I've never really listened to. These 2 factors mean I've always written these off as going to be average. Their band name is crap as well. So I go on to spotify to smugly prove myself correct as I stick on their brand new certain to fail debut, and from second one I think it's brilliant. Why the majority of pop music sounds so shit I don't know, THIS is what it should sound like! Hooks I actually hope are going to stick in my head. Side note: the jam I was going to put up before about 1 minute ago was Generation by Liturgy, so check out the worlds most ludicrous looping instrumental after you listen to Haim, hopefully your brain doesn't melt and squirt out of your skull like a deleted scene from Evil Dead :)

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Jammed: 7th Oct 2013

93 plays

45 likes

10 comments

Blackwater Park

Blackwater Park

by Opeth

Title track and closer of a top album, punishing growls, pleasant singing, heavy riffs, soaring solos, acoustic sections, you name it Opeth probably do it! Acoustic interludes normally annoy me in metal and feel like an afterthought to show how thoughtful they are or some shit, but on Blackwater Park the skill on show is second to none and never feels like they're showing off. This is the only album of theirs I've listened to for the whole thing and I've no idea why...

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Jammed: 1st Oct 2013

71 plays

33 likes

8 comments

The Agfers Of Kodack

The Agfers Of Kodack

by Wire

This is some of the first new material Wire Mk III released, from back in 2002. The first 2 Read & Burn EPs are the most aggressive thing they released since Pink Flag, this track is thunderous! No one else sounds like Wire they're a truly great band and they're still making exciting music now after 35 years, and have inspired so many other artists as well

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Jammed: 23rd Sep 2013

104 plays

66 likes

4 comments

Fall Back

Fall Back

by Factory Floor

Just got their debut album (although this is the slightly longer single version of this track), and this is probably the most striking and danceable tune. It's a good album and I think they could be a really good band, and I like they didn't give in to pressures and rush an album out! I think if you do some simple maths, then LCD Soundsystem ÷ Joy Division = Factory Floor. The Factory Floormula...

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Jammed: 17th Sep 2013

90 plays

34 likes

4 comments

Etched Headplate

Etched Headplate

by Burial

I guess it must be quite hard to produce a signature sound using electronic instruments, and I don't think you could ever mistake Burial's work for anyone else. Britain has the best electronic artists lets be honest, even my hometown now has Forest Swords! The Mercury Prize nominees have just been announced, so here's a track from an album that REALLY should have won (Radiohead don't need that 20 grand). As for this year, Bowie and the Arctic Monkeys not only don't need the money, they haven't made the best album. Shout out to Savages but it should be Jon Hopkins for me. Haxan Cloak, Boards Of Canada, Holden and Fuck Buttons all not nominated but Rudimental, boring Jake Bugg and Laura Mvula are??? WHAT THE FUCK! Er yeah back on topic, prizes or not I love Burial's work and you should too, just take one listen to those signature beats. Nighttime in London packaged in audio form

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Jammed: 14th Sep 2013

62 plays

31 likes

2 comments

Woe Is Me

Woe Is Me

by The Walkmen

I think The Walkmen's career path sums up their musical style nicely. They sort of plod along - release a really good album every couple of years, a few people listen and then on they go again. Unless you're a big indie rock fan you probably haven't heard of them. Also ironic that their most famous song (The Rat) flies along at about 200mph when the rest of their discography almost moves backwards at times. They have a similar style to The National I think but their relative fame suits their understated manner, this song is from their brilliant 2011 album Lisbon

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Jammed: 9th Sep 2013

78 plays

48 likes

3 comments

Bring Da Ruckus

Bring Da Ruckus

by Wu-Tang Clan

I always love a bit of Wu-Tang so here's track 1 from their debut. Possibly my favourite hip-hop album, some of the best rappers of all time in one collective - jamming Shaolin style!

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Jammed: 4th Sep 2013

64 plays

39 likes

3 comments

Eternal Life

Eternal Life

by Jeff Buckley

One of my favourite songs, always since I first got into music about 5 years ago. I'm always surprised reading reviews for this classic album as well, that Eternal Life is never really mentioned. Contains one of the best song climaxes! There's a really good live solo rendition on the Live At Sin-E EP, as well as the speedy "road version" which he played live but for me the album version is the best. What a voice, and a great shame he's not around anymore

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Jammed: 27th Aug 2013

90 plays

72 likes

6 comments

Pink

Pink

by Boris

Banging tune from some Japanese mentalists. Also good proof you don't need to be able to sing to be a vocalist! Contains one of my fave guitar solos and also a superb outro...along with the rest of the song really. The full album is really good as well, very eclectic - any fan of rock music should enjoy

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Jammed: 20th Aug 2013

77 plays

33 likes

6 comments

Crystal Skull

Crystal Skull

by Mastodon

Had to cut my last jam short after listening to Blood Mountain for the billionth time but the first in ages, Mastodon are the shit. Brann Dailor's drumming is absolutely ludicrous, they're heavier than dark matter and dish out some face melting solos (as on show here!) This album is nearly as good as Leviathan, more expensively produced and not quite as throat shredding - but the tunes are brilliant on both, I don't think there's ever been a better metal bands than these guys. All 5 of their albums are a high standard but the 2 aforementioned are genuine classics. Great band name too!

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Jammed: 16th Aug 2013

58 plays

35 likes

5 comments

The Long Road Home

The Long Road Home

by Inter Arma

Psychedelic is my thing so this hits the spot. Make sure to listen past 7 mins as well, the titular long road clearly goes through Scandinavia at some point! I've been a fan of this album for quite a while and this is my fave track. Er yeah

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Jammed: 13th Aug 2013

49 plays

24 likes

No comments

Machineries of Joy

Machineries of Joy

by British Sea Power

An incredibly unsung English band, which is understandable perhaps because they're fairly wacky, but strange because NME bigs up so many steaming piles of indie turd I thought these would have at least got a little go. However they do seem to have a devoted following, which is a billion times more important than getting a shitty number one album or whatever. They have some really anthemic songs which make me feel good and this is a new one of those - but they've been doing it for years! Any English indie band who last more than 5 minutes deserve a medal these days, and these guys are on album number 6!! This is my (admittedly metaphorical) medal to you British Sea Power!

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Jammed: 7th Aug 2013

74 plays

54 likes

14 comments

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