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  1. Artist: Arlo Day Title: Bad Timing EP Year Of Release: 2019 Label: Domino Recording Co Genre: Alternative; Indie; Folk Quality: 16-bit/44.1kHz FLAC; 24-bit/44.1 kHz FLAC Total Time: 12:34 Total Size: 70; 134 MB Arlo Day is the moniker of Alice Barlow, a young songwriter and guitarist from South-East London whose unique ear for melody, haunting vocals and rumbling guitar tones have gained a quiet reputation as one of the capital's best kept secrets. "Self-produced and recorded at home, the 'Bad Timing' EP is a trio of tracks that showcase her deft ability to write songs that are at once personal vignettes and brooding canvases for introspection. 'Bad Timing' introduces Arlo Day as a singular and exciting new songwriting talent." 01. Arlo Day - Bad Timing (4:15) 02. Arlo Day - This Love (4:28) 03. Arlo Day - Broke (3:52) Download links: [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content]
  2. Artist: Poi Dog Pondering Title: Wishing Like a Mountain and Thinking Like the Sea Year Of Release: 1990 Label: Columbia Genre: Alt Rock, Folk Rock Quality: Mp3 320 / Flac (tracks, .cue, log) Total Time: 57:26 Total Size: 139/378 Mb Tracklist: 01. Bury Me Deep 02. Watermelon Song 03. U-Li-La-Lu 04. Everybody's Trying 05. Big Beautiful Spoon 06. The Ancient Egyptians 07. Spending the Day in the Shirt You Wore 08. Thanksgiving 09. Praise the Lord 10. The Me That Was Your Son 11. Fruitless 12. Big Walk 13. Sugarbush Cushman Line-up:: Bass, Fretless Bass, Voice - Bruce Hughes Bassoon - Rudy Legé Cello, Mandocello - Mark Williams (9) (tracks: 1, 9, 11) Congas, Maracas - John Nelson (2) Drums [Drum Kit], Timbales, Cowbell - Dick Ross Guitar, Voice - Adam Sultan Mandolin, Mandolin [Octave], Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar - Ted Cho Snare [Snare Drum With Brushes] - Sean Coffey (2) Trumpet, Organ, Accordion, Trombone, Melodica, Piano, Recorder, Xylophone - David Max Crawford* Violin [Old Italian Classical, Octave], Vocals - Susan Voelz Voice, Marimba, Bells, Wood Block, Percussion [Frying Pan, Bicycle With Playing Cards], Drum [Break Drum], Piano, Toy Piano, Acoustic Guitar, Autoharp, Bombarde - Frank Orrall Poi Dog Pondering is an American musical group, noted for its cross-pollination of diverse musical genres, including various forms of acoustic and electronic music. Founded in Hawaii in 1984 by Frank Orrall, initially as a solo project. In 1985 Orrall formed the first line-up of PDP to perform its first concert; at the Honolulu Academy of Arts. The band then embarked on a yearlong Street Performance Busking tour across North America, eventually settling in Austin, Texas in 1987, where they recorded their first three albums. In 1992, the band relocated, this time to Chicago, Illinois, where they began to incorporate Orchestral arrangements & elements of Electronic, House Music and Soul music into their Acoustic Rock style. The membership of Poi Dog Pondering has changed from album to album. Download links: [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content]
  3. Artist: Poi Dog Pondering Title: Wishing Like a Mountain and Thinking Like the Sea Year Of Release: 1990 Label: Columbia Genre: Alt Rock, Folk Rock Quality: Mp3 320 / Flac (tracks, .cue, log) Total Time: 57:26 Total Size: 139/378 Mb Tracklist: 01. Bury Me Deep 02. Watermelon Song 03. U-Li-La-Lu 04. Everybody's Trying 05. Big Beautiful Spoon 06. The Ancient Egyptians 07. Spending the Day in the Shirt You Wore 08. Thanksgiving 09. Praise the Lord 10. The Me That Was Your Son 11. Fruitless 12. Big Walk 13. Sugarbush Cushman Line-up:: Bass, Fretless Bass, Voice - Bruce Hughes Bassoon - Rudy Legé Cello, Mandocello - Mark Williams (9) (tracks: 1, 9, 11) Congas, Maracas - John Nelson (2) Drums [Drum Kit], Timbales, Cowbell - Dick Ross Guitar, Voice - Adam Sultan Mandolin, Mandolin [Octave], Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar - Ted Cho Snare [Snare Drum With Brushes] - Sean Coffey (2) Trumpet, Organ, Accordion, Trombone, Melodica, Piano, Recorder, Xylophone - David Max Crawford* Violin [Old Italian Classical, Octave], Vocals - Susan Voelz Voice, Marimba, Bells, Wood Block, Percussion [Frying Pan, Bicycle With Playing Cards], Drum [Break Drum], Piano, Toy Piano, Acoustic Guitar, Autoharp, Bombarde - Frank Orrall Poi Dog Pondering is an American musical group, noted for its cross-pollination of diverse musical genres, including various forms of acoustic and electronic music. Founded in Hawaii in 1984 by Frank Orrall, initially as a solo project. In 1985 Orrall formed the first line-up of PDP to perform its first concert; at the Honolulu Academy of Arts. The band then embarked on a yearlong Street Performance Busking tour across North America, eventually settling in Austin, Texas in 1987, where they recorded their first three albums. In 1992, the band relocated, this time to Chicago, Illinois, where they began to incorporate Orchestral arrangements & elements of Electronic, House Music and Soul music into their Acoustic Rock style. The membership of Poi Dog Pondering has changed from album to album. Download links: [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content]
  4. Artist: Postcards Title: The Good Soldier Year Of Release: 2020 Label: T 3 records Genre: Indie Rock, Dreampop Quality: Mp3 320 kbps / FLAC (tracks) / 24bit-44.1kHz FLAC (tracks) Total Time: 36:53 Total Size: 84.6 / 231 / 419 MB Tracklist: 01. Dead End (4:40) 02. Fossilized (3:59) 03. Spiderwebs (2:20) 04. At Home (0:28) 05. The Good Soldier (2:15) 06. Lights Out (4:01) 07. Last Resort (4:42) 08. Freediving (3:45) 09. Hunting Season (3:42) 10. Dawn Chorus (1:48) 11. Little Lies (5:17) On their 2020 album, the congenial, imaginative Lebanese three-piece have grown noticeably and achieve a rare feat: to welcome you with open arms upon the first encounter and lead you deeper into the multi-layered depths of their work with every new visit. The magical first impression lasts throughout this string of gloriously mellow autumn-coloured pop gems, but the true music connoisseur with a taste for genre-crossing experiences will find bliss on each and every intense dive into their world, with every trip underneath the surface bringing to light new treasures. Almost completely removed from the musical roots of their home country, Julia Sabra, Pascal Semerdjian and Marwahn Tohme explore the vast stylistic territories of the European and American continents, while their English lyrics talk about their everyday life in the Lebanese capital Beirut. The vocals delivering them are amazingly smooth, with crystal clear and mysteriously breathy moments. But aside from the haunting energy of the charming lead vocalist's angelic voice, the instrumental parts are impressively creative, expressive and varied with a magnetic pull, giving two-minute gems and epics lasting five minutes or more their breathtakingly colourful diversity which will surprise you even after several spins. At first, you will hear uncompromisingly distorted edginess, dry The Cure-twang, eclectic guitars, playful drums and silky, heart-warming, multi-layered vocal clouds wafting through the room. But soon you come across additional layers of beautifully placed sound effects and exciting key work that combine to a rich and emotive sound that transcends genre limits - an irresistible invitation to immerse yourself in the elements. Download links: [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content]
  5. Artist: Royal Trux Title: Quantum Entanglement Year Of Release: 2020 Label: Fat Possum Records Genre: Rock Quality: Mp3 320 kbps / FLAC (tracks) Total Time: 49:43 Total Size: 114 / 348 MB Tracklist: 1. I'm Ready (03:58) 2. Waterpark (02:16) 3. Ray O Vac (04:04) 4. The Spectre (02:07) 5. Platinum Tips (03:56) 6. Stevie (For Steven S.) (04:54) 7. Sunshine and Grease (03:58) 8. Stop (02:48) 9. Liar (02:52) 10. The Flag (02:23) 11. Junkie Nurse (04:09) 12. Call out the Lions (04:36) 13. White Stuff (03:43) 14. Shockwave Rider (03:59) Royal Trux announce new compilation 'Quantum Entanglement'. The new collection will be released for this year's Record Store Day Black Friday, November 29th. It's a 14 track compilation spanning their career catalogue. The album follows their widely acclaimed comeback album 'White Stuff' that was released in March. Jennifer Herrema and Neil Hagerty haven't lost their ethos yet and seem to be as energised as ever. Their 14-year-old hiatus left no residue and they have blown new wind into their career. Since their debut in '88 they've been reshaping the rock world and creating new ways to make music. Still as eclectic as ever they started using new methods for this album. Trux have re-imagined songs and will combine it with songs never heard before with a refreshing new look. It's not to be seen as a greatest hits album, seemingly, but rather a trail blaze of new visions of certain tracks. It is remastered for the future, a new album that contains all the right songs. Download links: [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content]
  6. Artist: The Godfathers Title: Birth, School, Work, Death Year Of Release: 1988 Label: Epic Genre: Pop Rock, New Wave, Post-Punk, Alt Rock Quality: Mp3 320 / Flac (image, .cue, log) Total Time: 37:03 Total Size: 96/264 Mb (scans) Tracklist: 01. Birth, School, Work, Death 02. If I Only Had Time 03. Tell Me Why 04. It's So Hard 05. When Am I Coming Down 06. Cause I Said So 07. The Strangest Boy 08. S.T.B. 09. Just Like You 10. Obsession 11. Love Is Dead Line-up:: Bass, Vocals - Chris Coyne Drums, Percussion, Vocals - George Mazur Guitar, Vocals - Kris Dollimore, Mike Gibson Vocals - Peter Coyne The Godfathers missed the British punk revolution by a decade and were a few years too early before loud guitars became fashionable in England again. Consequently, the group's 1988 LP Birth, School, Work, Death is often overlooked. Released during the U.K. rave craze of the late '80s, Birth, School, Work, Death must've seemed completely dated in the barrage of pulsating electronic sounds that enveloped Britain at the time. Wearing Mafia suits and skinny ties, the Godfathers had a mean look that matched their name. And their sound was similarly tough: brass-knuckled punches in the form of menacing, explosive riffs; venom-spewing, nihilistic vocals; body-slamming percussion. Yet the Godfathers never forget the importance of the hook. The bleak title track -- with its gloomy shouted chorus of "Birth, School, Work, Death" -- has head-bobbing basslines and a toe-tapping drum beat. "I cut myself but I don't bleed/'Cause I don't get what I need/And it doesn't matter what I say/Tomorrow's still another day," Peter Coyne spits, the bile in his voice bringing back memories of Johnny Rotten's snotty rage in the Sex Pistols' "God Save the Queen" as well Roger Daltrey's adolescent anguish in the Who's "My Generation". "Birth, School, Work, Death" is followed by two other rockers, "If I Only Had Time" and "Tell Me Why", that are equally catchy and filled with ticked-off confessions such as "If I only had time/I'd think of the perfect crime." But the Godfathers are from being one-dimensional. "Just Like You" is an upbeat love song and on "When Am I Coming Down" guitarist Kris Dollimore helps illustrate an acid trip gone wrong with swirling, disorienting guitars that recall Jimi Hendrix' moments of sonic transcendence. Coyne's spoken-word bit in "When Am I Coming Down" is chilling, told from the point-of-view of someone who has just overdosed on drugs. The production by Vic Maile is clean yet it doesn't soften the Godfathers' two-fisted attack. Download links: [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content]
  7. Artist: The Innocence Mission Title: Glow Year Of Release: 1995 Label: A&M Records Genre: Alt Rock, Indie Pop, Dream Pop, Folk Rock Quality: Mp3 320 / Flac (tracks) Total Time: 40:29 Total Size: 115/285 Mb (scans) Tracklist: 01. Keeping awake 02. Bright as yellow 03. Brave 04. That was another country 05. Speak our minds 06. Happy, the end 07. Our harry 08. Go 09. Everything's different now 10. Spinning 11. There 12. I hear you say so Line-up:: Bass, Vocals, Vibraphone [Vibes] - Mike Bitts Drums, Tambourine - Steve Brown Guitar, Organ - Don Peris Vocals, Piano, Acoustic Guitar, Organ - Karen Peris The Innocence Mission is an indie folk band composed of Karen Peris (née McCullough), her husband (and fellow guitarist) Don Peris, and Mike Bitts (on bass guitar). The band was formed in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, when the members met during a Catholic school production of Godspell. Although all members of the band have contributed to their music, Karen Peris is their main writer. Download links: [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content]
  8. Artist: The Killers Title: Direct Hits (Deluxe Edition) Year Of Release: 2013 Label: Virgin EMI Genre: Alternative Rock, Indie Rock Quality: 320 kbps | FLAC (tracks) Total Time: 01:15:59 Total Size: 177 mb | 545 mb Tracklist: 01. Mr. Brightside 02. Somebody Told Me 03. Smile Like You Mean It 04. All These Things That I've Done 05. When You Were Young 06. Read My Mind 07. For Reasons Unknown 08. Human 09. Spaceman 10. A Dustland Fairytale 11. Runaways 12. Miss Atomic Bomb (Album Version) 13. The Way It Was (Album Version) 14. Shot At The Night (Album Version) 15. Just Another Girl (Album Version) 16. Mr. Brightside (Original Demo) 17. When You Were Young (Calvin Harris Remix) 18. Be Still (Album Version) Almost ten years after "Mr. Brightside" helped turn the Killers into new millennial rock sensations, the time has come for a hits collection. Calling the compilation Direct Hits a punning title that feels timeless but has rarely been used before, a nifty encapsulation of the group's style and attributes the Killers cannily use the singles-centric conceit to showcase the band at their overblown best, emphasizing their arena-sized neo-new wave just slightly over their Springsteenisms. Both are on display on the two new songs "Shot at the Night" and "Just Another Girl," songs that sound as if U2, Springsteen, and the Cars created a supergroup in 1988 but the main benefit of Direct Hits, especially for those listeners who have always doubted the skills of the Killers, is how the operatic ambitions of Sam's Town feel not so extravagant when bookended by selections from Day & Age and Battle Born. All three of the albums which are represented by three cuts a piece sound strong here but what really has lasted are those singles from 2004's Hot Fuss, especially the initial breakthroughs "Mr. Brightside" and "All These Things That I've Done," which now seem to capture a particular moment in time and yet also transcend it. Download links: [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content]
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    Frank Get - False Flag (2019)

    Artist: Frank Get Title: False Flag Year Of Release: 2019 Label: TM Genre: Alt-Country, Americana, Rock Quality: Mp3 320 kbps / FLAC (tracks) Total Time: 61:32 min Total Size: 144 / 434 MB Tracklist: 01. The Great Deception 02. Johnny's Bunch 03. False Flag 04. Tramway's Tales 05. Freedom Republic 06. Anton the Brewer 07. Marbourg Hills 08. What's the Patriot 09. Trip to the Moon 10. Ligthouse of Sadness 11. Last Day of Summer 12. The Story of Richard Francis Burton 13. Joy 14. Climbin'up This Mountain Download links: [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content]
  10. Artist: Brian Eno Title: Drums Between The Bells Year Of Release: 2011 Label: Warp Records Genre: Electronic, Leftfield, Experimental, Minimal Quality: 320 kbps / FLAC (tracks) / FLAC (tracks) 24bit/44.1kHz Total Time: 00:49:12 Total Size: 118.4 MB / 257.5 MB / 504,79 MB Tracklist: [3:43] 01. Brian Eno - Bless This Space [2:55] 02. Brian Eno - Glitch [2:24] 03. Brian Eno - Dreambirds [3:35] 04. Brian Eno - Pour It Out [2:46] 05. Brian Eno - Seedpods [6:55] 06. Brian Eno - The Real [3:10] 07. Brian Eno - The Airman [2:35] 08. Brian Eno - Fierce Aisles Of Light [1:36] 09. Brian Eno - As If Your Eyes Were Partly Closed As If You Honed The Swirl Within Them And Offered Me The World [3:49] 10. Brian Eno - A Title [2:51] 11. Brian Eno - Sounds Alien [2:37] 12. Brian Eno - Dow [1:53] 13. Brian Eno - Multimedia [1:43] 14. Brian Eno - Cloud 4 [6:40] 15. Brian Eno - Breath Of Crows AllMusic Review by John Bush Drums Between the Bells is a collaboration by producer Brian Eno and poet Rick Holland. It was recorded just after Eno finished work on 2010's Small Craft on a Milk Sea, his debut for Warp, and it followed on the release schedule less than a year later. In that sense, the timing was good for such a risky project. Music and poetry are often difficult companions, and combining them is best left to experts; fortunately, Eno is just such an expert. Although Holland is an obscure poet, he first came to Eno's notice back in the late '90s (through a university project), and his poetry is very good. Although his words and thoughts are impressionistic, his themes are easier to peg: urban living, science, and the intersection of philosophy and biology. The music is almost entirely Eno's own, with only a few tracks featuring guest credits -- much less so than his previous album. While scattered moments here prove that percussion is still not his strong suit, the production is inviting, innovative, and a larger contributor to the general excellence of the record than the poetry. Eno draws mostly on ambient music for these productions, and only occasionally processes the vocals. One other characteristic, aside from Eno and Holland, makes this an unlikely success: there are a total of nine voices heard here (Holland only recites on one track). The decision to vary the speaking participants helps distinguish each piece, and gives the album just the hint of variety it needs. Download links: [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content]
  11. kingdevils

    Bibio - Fi (2015/2019) flac

    Artist: Bibio Title: Fi Year Of Release: 2015/2019 Label: Warp Records Genre: Electronic, Rock, Folk Rock, Experimental, Ambient Quality: 320 kbps / FLAC (tracks) Total Time: 01:02:57 Total Size: 148.0 MB / 247,97 MB Tracklist: [01:36] 01. Bibio - Cherry Blossom Road [04:28] 02. Bibio - I'm Rewinding It. [03:48] 03. Bibio - Poplar Avenue (Uncut Version) [01:36] 04. Bibio - Puffer [01:23] 05. Bibio - Bewley In Grey [02:02] 06. Bibio - It Was Willow [04:20] 07. Bibio - Bewley In Red [02:28] 08. Bibio - Looking Through The Facets Of A Plastic Jewel [04:46] 09. Bibio - Wet Flakey Bark [01:42] 10. Bibio - Bewley In White [01:04] 11. Bibio - Lakeside [03:02] 12. Bibio - Cluster At Cwm Einion [01:47] 13. Bibio - Teleidophonic Torch [06:00] 14. Bibio - At The Chase [03:40] 15. Bibio - London Planes [00:53] 16. Bibio - Puddled In The Morning [18:22] 17. Bibio - Cantaloup Carousel AllMusic Review by Heather Phares Bibio's Stephen Wilkinson began the evolution from wistful folktronica to a more elaborate, eclectic sound with 2004's Fi. By that time, mixing electronic and acoustic elements was nothing new, but these songs show that Wilkinson had something unique to add to the style. Unlike the many folktronica acts who limited themselves to a little rustic-sounding strumming for texture, Wilkinson's guitar plays a major, and intricate, part on Fi; "Puffer"'s circling patterns, "Lakeside"'s winding drones, and the delicate picking on "Bewley in White" spotlight his considerable skills. While earlier albums like this one and Hand Cranked feature more guitar than much of Bibio's later work, Fi introduces aspects that endured throughout his career. Wilkinson's debut is filled with songs that are restful, but not boring; he doesn't even bother with beats or basslines until "It Was Willow" arrives nearly a third of the way through the album, and when all of these elements fall gently into place on "Looking Through the Facets of a Plastic Jewel," it feels like the clouds parting. Vignettes such as the balmy "Wet Flakey Bark" and experiments like "Teleidophonic Touch" also found their way onto later Bibio albums, albeit in more polished forms; indeed, Fi's slightly unfinished feel is the biggest reminder that this is Wilkinson's debut. Even if the album dips into noodly, overly long territory occasionally, this doesn't detract from its serene beauty. Fi's simplicity and elegance make it a fine foundation for Bibio's music, which he soon took in more adventurous directions. Download links: [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content]
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    Coldplay - Mylo Xyloto (2001) flac

    Artist: Coldplay Title: Mylo Xyloto Year Of Release: 2001 Label: Parlophone UK Genre: Indie & Alternative, Pop, British Quality: 320 kbps / FLAC (tracks) Total Time: 00:44:10 Total Size: 106.7 MB / 293,42 MB Tracklist: [0:42] 01. Coldplay - Mylo Xyloto [4:02] 02. Coldplay - Hurts Like Heaven [4:38] 03. Brian Eno - Paradise [4:45] 04. Brian Eno - Charlie Brown [4:00] 05. Andy Rugg - Us Against The World [0:48] 06. Jon Hopkins - M.M.I.X. [4:01] 07. Brian Eno - Every Teardrop Is A Waterfall [3:30] 08. Brian Eno - Major Minus [2:18] 09. Davide Rossi - U.F.O. [3:59] 10. Marcos Tovar - Princess Of China [3:13] 11. Andy Rugg - Up In Flames [0:33] 12. Andy Rugg - A Hopeful Transmission [3:54] 13. Brian Eno - Don't Let It Break Your Heart [3:46] 14. Brian Eno - Up With The Birds AllMusic Review by Stephen Thomas Erlewine Coldplay finally surrender to their essential good nature on Mylo Xyloto, their fifth album and first to ditch all pretense of brooding melancholia. Which isn't to say the band doesn't drift along on some pleasingly spacy atmospheres conjured by longtime producer Brian Eno: there's still a veneer of classy disaffection that inevitably dissipates due to the relentless sunniness of Chris Martin and company. Eno's echoes and ambience -- the only things that still mark Coldplay as anything resembling progressive -- positively sparkle when they meet the band's bright, chipper melodies, yet Coldplay's innate good manners restrain the album, keeping it just this side of a rush of candied pop. Such politeness can verge on the dull -- criminally so when they bring Rihanna in for "Princess of China," a duet so toothless she may as well have stayed home -- but Mylo Xyloto has a leg up on other Coldplay records for this simple reason: they're no longer attempting to mimic U2's portentous piety. They've embraced their schoolboy selves and are simply singing songs of love and good cheer, albeit on a grand scale that somehow seems smaller due to the group's insuppressible niceness. Download links: [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content]
  13. Artist: Coldplay Title: X&Y Year Of Release: 2005/2017 Label: Parlophone UK Genre: Alternative, Indie Pop, Indie Rock Quality: FLAC (tracks) 24bit/96kHz / Digital Booklet Total Time: 01:02:06 Total Size: 1,36 GB Tracklist: [4:47] 01. Chris Martin - Square One [4:57] 02. Coldplay - What If [5:28] 03. Chris Martin - White Shadows [4:55] 04. Chris Martin - Fix You [5:11] 05. Chris Martin - Talk [4:34] 06. Chris Martin - X&Y [4:48] 07. Chris Martin - Speed of Sound [4:45] 08. Chris Martin - A Message [5:32] 09. Chris Martin - Low [4:25] 10. Chris Martin - The Hardest Part [3:59] 11. Chris Martin - Swallowed in the Sea [4:32] 12. Chris Martin - Twisted Logic [4:11] 13. Chris Martin - Til Kingdom Come AllMusic Review by Stephen Thomas Erlewine After Radiohead stubbornly refused to accept the mantle of world's biggest and most important rock band by releasing the willfully strange rocktronica fusion Kid A in 2000, Coldplay stepped up to the plate with their debut, Parachutes. Tasteful, earnest, introspective, anthemic, and grounded in guitars, the British quartet was everything Radiohead weren't but what the public wanted them to be, and benefited from the Oxford quintet's decision to abandon rock stardom for arcane art rock. Parachutes became a transatlantic hit and 2002's sequel, A Rush of Blood to the Head, consolidated their success by being bigger and better than Parachutes, positioning Coldplay to not be just the new Radiohead, but the new U2: a band that belongs to the world but whose fans believe that the music is for them alone. To that end, Coldplay's third album, X&Y -- slightly delayed so it follows Rush of Blood by nearly three years, but that's no longer than the time separating OK Computer and Kid A, or The Unforgettable Fire and The Joshua Tree -- is designed to be the record that elevates Coldplay to the major leagues, where they are at once the biggest and most important band in the world. It's deliberate and sleek, cinematic and pristine, hip enough to sample Kraftwerk and blend in fashionable retro-'80s post-punk allusions without altering the band's core. Indeed, X&Y is hardly a bold step forward but rather a consolidation of Coldplay's strengths, particularly their skill at crafting surging, widescreen epics. But if X&Y highlights their attributes it also brings Coldplay's weaknesses into sharp relief. Forget the fact that they, by any stretch of the imagination, do not rock -- rocking is simply against their nature. They are a meditative band, reflecting on their emotions instead of letting them go in a cathartic blast of noise and rhythm. This isn't a problem -- after all, there have been plenty of great bands that do not rock & roll -- but their terminal politeness does cripple their music, preventing it from being as majestic as its aspirations. Coldplay is well scrubbed and well behaved, possessing a textbook education in classic rock and the good sense to never stretch any farther than needed. They are the perfect middlebrow rock band -- clean, pristine, and rational, seemingly smart since they never succumb to pounding, primal riffs, but also not weird enough to be genuine art rock. It's ambitious, yet its ambitions are modest, not risky, so their ambitions can be fulfilled without breaking a sweat. And since their sweeping yet subdued theatricality does recall the more majestic moments of Radiohead and U2, they have won millions of fans, but another crucial reason that Coldplay have a broad appeal is that lead singer/songwriter Chris Martin never tackles any large issues, preferring to endlessly examine his feelings. Like on Parachutes and Rush of Blood, all the songs on X&Y are ruminations on Martin's doubts, fears, hopes, and loves. His words are earnest and vague, so listeners can identify with the underlying themes in the songs, and his plain, everyman voice, sighing as sweet as a schoolboy, is unthreatening and unassuming, so it's all the easier for listeners to project their own emotions into the song. But for as impeccable as X&Y is -- and, make no mistake, it's a good record, crisp, professional, and assured, a sonically satisfying sequel to A Rush of Blood to the Head -- it does reveal that Martin's solipsism is a dead-end, diminishing the stature of the band. Where U2 is big in sound, scope, ambition, and intent, Coldplay is ultimately big music about small things, and even if X&Y is a strong, accomplished album, its limited, narcissistic point of view is what prevents the quartet from inheriting the title of the biggest and most important band in the world. Download links: [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content]
  14. Artist: Counterconformity Title: Skyline Drive Year Of Release: 2020 Label: Counterconformity Genre: Rock / Indie / Alternative Quality: Mp3 / 320kbps Total Time: 50:01 Total Size: 107 MB Tracklist: ---------- 01. Skyline Drive 02:50 02. New Found Freedom 03:59 03. Slipping Through Our Fingers 02:58 04. Orange Face 03:35 05. Love That Girl 04:33 06. Ocean Kids 04:50 07. Live Like You Mean It 03:12 08. Ship Without Sails 03:49 09. Dont Know Why / Psolar System Jam 12:34 10. Moon Is out Tonight 04:40 11. Ocean Kids (Stripped Acoustic) (feat. Alan Levin) 03:01 Download links: [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content]
  15. Artist: Idlewild Title: Warnings / Promises Year Of Release: 2005 Label: Parlophone Genre: Alt Rock, Indie Rock, Post-Britpop Quality: Mp3 320 / Flac (tracks) Total Time: 47:11 Total Size: 115/319 Mb Tracklist: 01. Love Steals Us From Loneliness 02. Welcome Home 03. I Want A Warning 04. I Understand It 05. As If I Hadn't Slept 06. Too Long Awake 07. Not Just Sometimes But Always 08. The Space Between All Things 09. El Capitan 10. Blame It On The Obvious Ways 11. Disconnected 12. Goodnight Line-up:: Roddy Woomble (Vocals) Rod Jones (Guitar) Colin Newton (Drums) Andrew Mitchell (Bass) Luciano Rossi (Keyboards/Piano) Idlewild are a Scottish rock band formed in Edinburgh in 1995. The band's line-up consists of Roddy Woomble (lead vocals), Rod Jones (guitar, backing vocals), Colin Newton (drums), Andrew Mitchell (bass), Allan Stewart (guitar) and Luciano Rossi (keyboards). To date, Idlewild have released nine full-length studio albums. Initially, Idlewild's sound was faster and more dissonant than many of their 1990s indie rock contemporaries. However, it developed over time from an edgy and angular sound (as heard in their early material-once described by the NME as "the sound of a flight of stairs falling down a flight of stairs") to a sweeping, melodic rock sound as displayed on The Remote Part and Warnings/Promises. In 2010, the band entered an indefinite hiatus, but reunited in late 2013 to record their seventh album, Everything Ever Written, released in 2015. This was followed by Interview Music in 2019. Download links: [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content]
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    Artist: Joe Henry Title: Trampoline Year Of Release: 1996 Label: Mammoth Records Genre: Alt Country, Folk Rock, Singer-Songwriter Quality: Mp3 320 / Flac (tracks) Total Time: 41:37 Total Size: 145/304 Mb (scans) Tracklist: 01. Bob & Ray 02. Ohio Air Show Plane Crash 03. Trampoline 04. Flower Girl 05. Let Me Have It All 06. Medicine 07. Go With God (Topless Shoeshine) 08. I Was A Playboy 09. Parade Joseph Lee Henry (born December 2, 1960) is an American singer-songwriter, guitarist, and producer. He has released 13 studio albums and produced multiple recordings for other artists, including three Grammy Award-winning albums. Download links: [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content]
  17. Artist: Kinky Title: Nada Vale Más Que Tú Year Of Release: 2019 Label: Promotodo Mexico Genre: Alternative Rock Quality: 16-bit/44.1kHz FLAC; 24-bit/44.1 kHz FLAC Total Time: 40:33 Total Size: 267; 472 MB Kinky is a Mexican rock band, formed in 1998 as part of the Avanzada Regia musical movement and consisting of Gilberto Cerezo, Ulises Lozano, Carlos Chairez, Omar Góngora, and Cesar Pliego. Although a majority of songs are sung in Spanish, some songs contain English lyrics. Since the release of their studio album, Kinky has been signed with Sonic360 Records. Tracklist: 01. Kinky - Un Peso (4:19) 02. Kinky - Te Vas (4:29) 03. Kinky - Charro Negro (2:49) 04. Kinky - Desaparecer (5:52) 05. Kinky - Acento en la U (4:10) 06. Kinky - Loco (4:45) 07. Kinky - Qué Calor (3:32) 08. Kinky - Pastillas (3:48) 09. Kinky - Nación (2:55) 10. Kinky - Fly (3:54) Download links: [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content]
  18. Artist: Alex Edwin Title: Wonderfully Broken Sight Year Of Release: 2019 Label: Overworld Tunes Genre: Pop / Indie / Alternative / Electronic Quality: Mp3 / 320kbps Total Time: 42:56 Total Size: 90,9 MB Tracklist ------------- 01 Look / If 02:52 02 Blush 02:32 03 Don't Wait Up 04:10 04 Matrimony 04:01 05 I Know 01:55 06 Priority 03:27 07 Would You Believe 03:32 08 Gone 03:45 09 Secrets 05:00 10 All of You 04:57 11 Her 06:45 'I hope that you find what you're looking for.' The sophomore independent solo album from Alex Edwin. Special thanks to: Rob, Koa, Tark, Will, Anna, Matt W, MrMatt, Vocity, Macarou, my family and all the Brainstorm and Edwin fans Download links: [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content]
  19. Artist: Mad Hatter's Daughter Title: Walk with Me Year Of Release: 2019 Label: Urban Acoustics Genre: Pop, Alternative Quality: FLAC (tracks) Total Time: 26:22 min Total Size: 162 MB Tracklist: 01. Fire in My Soul 02. Best of You 03. Out of the Loop 04. Foot Soldier 05. Try 06. Sweet Home 07. Fire in My Soul (Acoustic) 08. Try (Acoustic) Download links: [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content]
  20. Artist: Aphex Twin Title: Come To Daddy Year Of Release: 1997 Label: Warp Records Genre: Electronic, Breaks, IDM, Abstract, Experimental Quality: 320 kbps / FLAC (tracks) Total Time: 00:33:25 Total Size: 78.8 MB / 183,61 MB Tracklist: [4:23] 01. Aphex Twin - Come To Daddy (Pappy Mix) [2:57] 02. Aphex Twin - Flim [3:50] 03. Aphex Twin - Come to Daddy (Little Lord Faulteroy Mix) [5:44] 04. Aphex Twin - Bucephalus Bouncing Ball [5:10] 05. Aphex Twin - To Cure A Weakling Child (Contour Regard) [3:58] 06. Aphex Twin - Funny Little Man [4:25] 07. Aphex Twin - Come To Daddy (Mummy Mix) [2:57] 08. Aphex Twin - IZ-US AllMusic Review by Stephen Thomas Erlewine Come to Daddy has been interpreted by some as Richard D. James' sly send-up of the Prodigy's massive hit "Firestarter." If that's the case, it only goes to show how clever the Aphex Twin really is. Built around an intense drum loop and a deliriously demented, booming voice yelling "Come to Daddy!," the track could be the biggest sonic assault James has ever constructed, and even with the underlying menace, it remains one of his most accessible and memorable songs. The EP is filled out with several "Come to Daddy" remixes that reveal subtleties in the main track, plus a few tracks like "Flim" that show Aphex still capable of the gorgeous, fragile melodies of his early ambient work. Download links: [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content]
  21. Artist: Mark Pritchard Title: Under The Sun Year Of Release: 2016 Label: Warp Records Genre: Electronic, Abstract, Ambient, Downtempo Quality: FLAC (tracks) 24bit/44.1kHz Total Time: 01:07:27 Total Size: 160.0 MB / 297.7 MB / 636,28 MB Tracklist: [6:04] 01. Mark Pritchard - ? [4:26] 02. Mark Pritchard - Give It Your Choir (feat. Bibio) [2:40] 03. Mark Pritchard - Infrared [3:17] 04. Mark Pritchard - Falling [6:02] 05. Mark Pritchard - Beautiful People (feat. Thom Yorke) [3:26] 06. Mark Pritchard - Where Do They Go, The Butterflies [2:37] 07. Mark Pritchard - Sad Alron [5:29] 08. Mark Pritchard - You Wash My Soul (feat. Linda Perhacs) [4:01] 09. Mark Pritchard - Cycles of 9 [1:28] 10. Mark Pritchard - Hi Red [8:20] 11. Mark Pritchard - Ems [5:03] 12. Mark Pritchard - The Blinds Cage (feat. Beans) [1:34] 13. Mark Pritchard - Dawn Of The North [3:23] 14. Mark Pritchard - Khufu [3:08] 15. Mark Pritchard - Rebel Angels [6:31] 16. Mark Pritchard - Under The Sun AllMusic Review by Andy Kellman Discerning an aesthetic thread through the Mark Pritchard discography was tough in 1996. Twenty years later, forget it. Around 2013, he evidently tired of thinking up a new alias with each expectation-confounding release and, under his birth name, initiated a trio of brief releases for the Warp label. Featuring drop-ins from Ragga Twins and Spikey Tee, the fully energized EPs moved through jungle, bass, juke, ragga, and grime. They provided no indication for the approach taken on Under the Sun, itself a stylistic manifold. The album begins with "?," a sorrowful and moving ambient piece. Given a low-key release in 2009, the track has been used by Mala to open DJ sets, and it serves a similarly cleansing purpose for its new home here, leading to a rolling Krautrock chorale that features the baleful, multi-tracked voice of Bibio. It's followed by a nocturnal speeding anthem, all pounding and scuttling drums, vibrating drones, and stern direction to "switch to infrared," and a weightless, slightly uneasy track with some robotic harmonizing. That covers only the first quarter. What follows is mostly beatless, with the tracks ranging from 90 seconds to eight minutes in length. They're highlighted by the flittering "Where Do They Go, The Butterflies," the gorgeous "Sad Alron," and "Rebel Angels," where buried bass probing and a racing melody play out like a set-up for thunderous breakbeat science but disintegrate. The handful of additional tracks with vocals are spread throughout. Thom Yorke in misshapen form adds hazy dread to a lulling machine ballad. Cult folk hero Linda Perhacs delivers a spooked ballad from the edge of a dune. For Beans' nightmarish spoken narrative, Pritchard makes like a member of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop with intensifying patterns of organ filigrees and electronics that blip and swarm. The somewhat fragmented yet totally spellbinding sequence ends with the title track, a subwoofer workout built around a loop of -- what else? -- Julie Andrews' recitation of a 1765 nursery rhyme. Download links: [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content]
  22. Artist: DJ Nigga Fox Title: Crânio Year Of Release: 2018/2019 Label: Warp Records Genre: Electronic, Experimental Quality: 320 kbps / FLAC (tracks) Total Time: 00:23:06 Total Size: 53.6 MB / 139,15 MB Tracklist: [4:28] 01. DJ Nigga Fox - Sinistro [4:04] 02. DJ Nigga Fox - Poder do Vento [3:25] 03. DJ Nigga Fox - Maria Costa [3:29] 04. DJ Nigga Fox - KRK [4:26] 05. DJ Nigga Fox - WAABA-JAH [3:14] 06. DJ Nigga Fox - Karma Companies, etc. Phonographic Copyright (p) - Warp Records Limited Copyright (c) - Warp Records Limited Published By - Copyright Control Recorded At - Namouche Studios Mastered At - Transition Mastering Studios Credits Congas, Percussion - Galiano Neto Cover, Artwork, Graphics [Lettering] - Márcio Matos Mastered By - Jason* Recorded By [Additional Live Percussion and Grand Piano] - Joaquim Monte Written-By, Producer - DJ Nigga Fox Download links: [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content]
  23. Artist: White Sofa Title: A bout de fil Year Of Release: 2020 Label: iMD-WHITE SOFA Genre: Alternative & Indie Quality: FLAC (tracks) [44.1kHz/24bit] Total Time: 47:10 Total Size: 594 / 353 MB Tracklist: 01 Catharsis 02 Demasque 03 Sursis 04 Instinct de survie 05 Denial 06 Le bal des vautours 07 I Don't Care 08 A bout de fil 09 Empty Maze 10 Ennemi 11 Funambule Download links: [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content]
  24. Artist: Aphex Twin Title: Selected Ambient Works 85-92 Year Of Release: 1992 Label: Warp Records Genre: Electronic , Techno, IDM, Electro, Experimental, Ambient Quality: 320 kbps / FLAC (tracks) Total Time: 01:14:43 Total Size: 172.0 MB / 481,65 MB Tracklist: [4:54] 01. Aphex Twin - Xtal [9:07] 02. Aphex Twin - Tha [3:48] 03. Aphex Twin - Pulsewidth [5:23] 04. Aphex Twin - Ageispolis [1:17] 05. Aphex Twin - I [6:05] 06. Aphex Twin - Green Calx [4:54] 07. Aphex Twin - Heliosphan [7:44] 08. Aphex Twin - We Are the Music Makers [5:09] 09. Aphex Twin - Schottkey 7th Path [7:14] 10. Aphex Twin - Ptolemy [6:04] 11. Aphex Twin - Hedphelym [5:29] 12. Aphex Twin - Delphium [7:35] 13. Aphex Twin - Actium AllMusic Review by Anthony Tognazzini One of the indisputable classics of electronica, and a defining document for ambient music in particular, Selected Ambient Works 85-92 is Richard D. James' earliest and most fully realized achievement. Reputedly created on homemade equipment deconstructed from standard synthesizers, the music within takes its cue from club beats and the techno rhythms of rave and acid-house culture. Upon these foundations, however, Aphex Twin weaves melodic tapestries of great subtlety, beauty, and atmospheric texture. "Tha," for example, contains a muted bass-drum pulse that becomes the center for evolving patterns of sound -- a kind of aural mandala. The more driving rhythm of "Heliosphan" also gives rise to the ethereal play of melody. Several tracks, such as "Schottkey 7th Path" and "Hedphelym," have a tense, telescoping ambience that evokes paranoia and a sense of gravity-free floating at once. Other selections show Aphex Twin working more firmly in the techno-dance idiom, but even these display a complexity, elegance, and delicacy rarely heard in the genre. This landmark recording is one of the essential building blocks of any electronica collection. Download links: [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content]
  25. Artist: Paloma Faith Title: Fall To Grace (Deluxe) Year Of Release: 2012 Label: RCA Records Label Genre: Pop, Soul, Alternative Quality: 320 kbps | FLAC (tracks) Total Time: 01:07:36 Total Size: 157 mb | 417 mb Tracklist: 01. Picking Up the Pieces 02. 30 Minute Love Affair 03. Black & Blue 04. Just Be 05. Let Me Down Easy 06. Blood Sweat & Tears 07. Beauty of the End 08. When You're Gone 09. Agony 10. Let Your Love Walk In 11. Freedom 12. Streets of Glory 13. Picking Up the Pieces (Acoustic Session) 14. 30 Minute Love Affair (Acoustic Session) 15. Black & Blue (Acoustic Session) 16. Just Be (Acoustic Session) 17. Agony (Acoustic Session) 18. Never Tear Us Apart The ten songs on Do You Want the Truth or Something Beautiful?, Paloma Faith's U.K. Top Ten debut, were touched by over a dozen producers. For Fall to Grace, the follow-up, the singer worked almost exclusively with the duo of Jake Gosling (Ed Sheeran) and Nellee Hooper (Massive Attack). Naturally, as a result, it's more of a piece than merely a collection of songs. That's not to say that Gosling and Hooper don't provide Faith with a wide variety of backdrops. There's synth pop that pulses, electro-disco that just about bursts, ballads that occasionally preen and frequently roar, and grand Phil Spector-meets-Baz Luhrmann pop that teems with florid desperation. The significant uptick in theatrical flair pushes Faith to put forth maximum-effort vocal showcases that place the sound of her voice far above the meaning of the song. This steamrolls the potential for subtlety and even humor; in "Blood, Sweat & Tears," "You tell me I'm a handful, but believe me, I know" is sung with the same level of chest-beating desperation as "We can conquer the world, leave our footprints on earth." For every bullseye, like the white-hot cover of the Northern soul favorite "Let Me Down Easy," there's a wild misfire, like the societal ballad "Black and Blue" the wrong material for a singer with a larger than life image and affected approach to singing. Commercially, she's faring well. Artistically, she's still coming into her own. Download links: [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content]
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