What are you listening to right now?


#1172

Japanese Breakfast are helping my hangover a lot.


#1173

The Heck is what I’m listening to right now. The seven inch vinyl arrived today!


#1174

What’s The Heck?

:joy:


#1175

quite like this one from the junior boys


#1176

https://g.co/kgs/gvsNTc

Probably my most played album in my lifetime. I bought it from Asda when I was 16. I’m 41 now.


#1177

The Best Of REM for those (quite rightly) who can’t be bothered clicking on the link.


#1178

that’s my favourite song on ‘Last Exit’ <3

I listened to the first two albums a lot when I came back from uni, just walking around late on summer evenings.

never really clicked with anything since, although I did feel something from ‘Big Black Coat’ on my last listen.


#1179

I heartily endorse this product or service.


#1180

#1181

Just noticed there’s a voice speaking (presumably mine, I would hope) at the start of something I made about a few months ago. Can’t tell what I’m saying or remember saying anything that would be cropping up there


#1182

It’s All True has some great tracks on it! Especially this:

Never really given Begone Dull Care nor Big Black Coat much time at all…


#1183

LOVE BANANA RIPPLE :banana:


#1184

Molly Nilsson in preparation for seeing her in concert


#1185

Er…


#1186

Inevitably followed by, er… this.

Though they are both from a genre Detroit made famous and hinting at the same subject :joy:


#1187

Into this! :grinning: :eagle:

This is why I look forward to hiring guest DJs from DiS for Dave and Sully.


#1188

Such a mood booster isn’t it? Those last three minutes especially :slightly_smiling_face:


#1189

listening to the explicit version on the album, obv. popped up in shuffle and felt so right


#1190

I am currently listening to Garden of Delete by yer man Oneohtrix. The reason I bring it up is just cause of how I’m reading an interview with Lopatin in which he talks about drawing on the influence of adolescence / teenage memories for the album. Appropriately enough, listening to ‘Mutant Standard’ just now gave me a kind of flashback to those lazy dusks spent having my mind positively warped by The Richard D. James Album.


#1191

it does, yeah… bad memories of a soul-abrading job attached, tho :frowning: needs reclaiming from that whole bad place