5 of The Now

  • Malcolm Middleton - Solemn Thirsty Malcolm Middleton - Into the Woods - Solemn ThirstyEmotional

  • Goodie Mob - Cell Therapy Goodie Mob - Soul Food - Cell Therapy While chatting music with the crew at work, I got some blank stares when I mentioned Goodie Mob. Let's fix that. Before Gnarls Barkley, Cee-Lo spent his time with Goodie Mob. Take a moment and read the Cee-Lo wikipedia. There's a lot of interesting info there. Guests on the Soul Food album include OutKast. It's a good album and often overlooked.

  • Logistics - Haunted by Her Yesterdays Logistics - Now More Than Ever - Haunted By Her Yesterdays Record labels, pay attention. My purchase of this album was entirely due to the
    always quality podcast
    put out by London Elektricity for Hospital Records. I got to hear a lot of the album and I got excited enough to purchase it. Of all the electronic music disciplines, I spent the least amount of time with Drum 'n Bass. This podcast got me back in the mood and translated in to a direct sale. One more time....free music led to purchased music.

  • The Knife - Silent Shout The Knife - Silent Shout - Silent Shout Still getting in to the album, but the title track already has a grip on me.

  • DJ Shadow - 3 Freaks DJ Shadow featuring Keak da Sneak & Turf Talk - The Outsider - 3 Freaks (Featuring Keak Da Sneak & Turf Talk) The hyphy tracks on Shadow's new album are really growing on me. I should know better than to doubt the Shadow.

BTW, wouldn't it be nice if you could embed iTunes links inline like you can YouTube and the like? I know Apple likes to control the experience in iTunes, but man I wish you could just click and play.

1 comment:

Jason said...

Where did the blank stares come from? Sad, I'm up on my Goodie Mob history.

I smell someone else becoming enamored with Wikipedia, you reference it and use a link to it later in the same post. I started out hating it, and now I'm surfing the wave again...