Monday, January 23, 2012

WRUB #7: SOPA Edition

I've always been annoyed by the fact that very rarely blogs tell you how to download music. I know that big brother is scary and that YPOIW can be taken down on a moment's whim, but I'm just going to throw caution to the wind and do it anyway. I figure we're probably going to not exist in a month due to in-fighting and Steve being an asshole. Might as well increase our chances of an early demise, we had a good run right?

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Alexander Borg - My highlights from this week were Charles Mingus' avant-garde masterpiece The Black Saint and the Sinner Lady, Yo La Tengo's stylistically diverse I Can Hear the Heart Beating as One, Sharon Van Etten's highly-anticipated Tramp, and Peter Jackson's directorial debut Bad Taste.

Austin K (@AustinKirley) - This week, I've been methodically reworking my way through the Fall discography (PROTIP: a lot of it isn't that good. Stick to the classics), Fugazi discography (pretty much all of it is great) and the early, super-hardcore, Hüsker Dü records.

Danny Spiteri (@dannyspiterijr) - I've spent my week enjoying the sweet, sweet Italian disco of Giorgio Moroder, Julia Holter's experimental Tragedy that I missed last year, and the ferocious hardcore hip hop of The Microphones (just kidding, atmospheric lo-fi folk, but doesn't it sound like it could be the name of a hip hop group?).

Jack Hayter (@gonnahayt) -  I've been bumping the new mixtpaes from Heems and DropxLife as well as enjoying my first taste of Mogwai.

Josh Custodio (@_allmyfriends) - This week was spent devouring the entire Of Montreal discography which I've never ears before. Varied stuff.

Kyle Shoemaker (@_Shoey) - I've been listening to Heems new mixtape Nehru Jackets and writing love songs for my computer.

Mark Gillis (@Mark__Gillis) - This week I've been trying to figure out all the references to Manitoba in the new John K. Samson album. I've also been listening to a lot of Colin Stetson and I've confirmed that he cannot possibly be human.

Steve Jones (@vestenet) - Getting back into the swing of schooltime with some dad rock greats like Led Zeppelin and Pink Floyd, as well as the indomitable musical stylings of Yoko Kanno and the Seatbelts.

TJ Duane (@dallasshaldune) - Neutral Milk Hotel for me. I got the new box set in the mail and have been spinning the records quite a bit.

TTK (@TelepathicKid) I've been listening to some old school Beck. Mellow Gold and Odelay are such classics.