Wednesday, November 22, 2006

One Nil

A friend emailed last week asking for new music. Well, the following isn't necessarily new but it is a good list of must-have music.

Neil Finn One Nil (One All in U.S.)
my favorite solo cd

Sondre Lerche Faces Down

Ambulance LTD LP
NYC, think the la's meet my bloody valentine

Broken Social Scene You Forgot It In People
Montreal scene, large ensemble

Kings of Convenience Quiet Is The New Loud
Norway's simon & garfunkel meet antonio carlos jobim

American Music Club Mercury
classic americana, eitzel is a sad genius who predates elliott smith, froom & blake produce

Mark Eitzel 60 watt silver lining
jazzy, mark isham guests

Elliott Smith Figure 8
electric elliott is a very good thing

Thom Yorke The Eraser
nigel godrich with johnny as well

Ron Sexsmith Other Songs
soft spoken, brian wilson pop, froom & blake

The Doves Lost Souls
beautiful, dreamy, mbv

Rufus Wainwright Poses
jon brion produced

Aimee Mann Lost In Space
jon brion produced

Jon Brion Meaningless
jon brion!

Brendan Benson Lapalco
jason falkner produced

Andrew Bird The Swimming Hour
brilliant, 60's vibe

David Poe The Late Album
brad jones produced

Komeda What Makes It Go
very much like stereolab but a family favorite

Bloc Party Silent Alarm
drums and wires period XTC

Built To Spill Keep It Like A Secret
doug writes shorter pop tunes

The Decemberists Castaways And Cutouts
portland via montana, irish songs about the sea, think pogues

The Postal Service The Postal Service
ben gibbard (deathcab for cutie) electronica project

I Am Robot And Proud
happy bedroom electronica inspired by spanish Dot Tape Dot but easier to find!


1 comment:

PaMdora said...

Thank so much for this list! I came across you website via an internet magazine interview, spent quite a bit of time looking at your art (which I love0. Now I find your blog, and I so much appreciate this list music. I'm always looking for music that I can work to in the studio (have to have music!)and since I work lots of hours, my collection gets tired sometimes. Anyway, haven't had time to go through the entire list, but have already bought Sondre Lerche, Ambulance, and Komeda on iTunes.