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Deep and dark - HTDA, DEATH GRIPS, ALLFLAWS, EL-P watch

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    Hello people of the student world. I am very interested in deep and dark sounds from all styles and genres of music. Please post your favorite videos, tracks, links etc.

    Some of my recent ipod listens include How to Destroy Angels,
    Death Grips, Allflaws, EL-P, Atoms For Peace.

    Thanks

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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y10924MkAHQ

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OKRJfIPiJGY

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V9VYzNUXGDA
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    (Original post by concubine)
    This is amazing :gasp:
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    (Original post by concubine)
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    So much amazing stuff in that post.
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    This entire album is dark and amazing. Sit down with a decent pair of headphones and listen to it. It involves a musician who goes under the name 'Giles Corey', you should check out his stuff too, but his work here is much more accessible. You need to listen to it as an album as opposed to just picking up tracks. It covers a wide range of genres, with shoegaze, drone and post-rock influences.
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    (Original post by tjf8)

    Good tune thanks
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    (Original post by Personification)


    This entire album is dark and amazing. Sit down with a decent pair of headphones and listen to it. It involves a musician who goes under the name 'Giles Corey', you should check out his stuff too, but his work here is much more accessible. You need to listen to it as an album as opposed to just picking up tracks. It covers a wide range of genres, with shoegaze, drone and post-rock influences.
    Enjoying this. Cheers
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    respecccccccccccct
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    el-p trailer

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    proper gals

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    Trickys new album is floating around the net

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    A great version of Gary Numans classic

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    Maybe worth a little listen folks. Tricky's album sampler

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    Love How to Destroy Angels. Keeping me ticking over until NIN get back into gear. Cancer for Cure is one of the best hip-hop albums I've heard in years. If you like it, I'd recommend Cecil Otter's Rebel Yellow album. He was also involved in the rather amazing Wugazi collaboration (if you haven't heard it, treat yourself).

    Chelsea Wolfe is also great. In the same vein as Zola Jesus, only not really.

    And Warpaint *swoons*
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    (Original post by tjf8)

    Cheers like this
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    Well I love this video more than the tune

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    (Original post by tjf8)
    I was going to suggest that myself, Excavation is definitely one of my favourite albums this year.
 
 
 
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