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Old 12-04-04, 11:16 PM   #1751
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nice. I have their entire discography. Stunning to say the least. If you like Boards, check out M83. nice. Tsubasa is a great tune.
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I'm really into the plan-it-x scene(This Bike is a pipe Bomb, Ghost Mice, Defiance Ohio...) 80's british anarcho/peace punk(Zounds, Poison Girls, Blyth Power, Hagar The Womb, Omega Tribe...) Garage Rock stuff (Deadly Snakes, Dirtbombs, Gories, Space****s, Les sexareenos, sonics...), Folk (Woody Guthrie, Bob dylan, Billy Bragg), and then some indie but mostly just the indie like Neutral milk hotel, the decemberists, and spoon type stuff.
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Old 12-07-04, 04:29 PM   #1765
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I'm really into the plan-it-x scene(This Bike is a pipe Bomb, Ghost Mice, Defiance Ohio...) 80's british anarcho/peace punk(Zounds, Poison Girls, Blyth Power, Hagar The Womb, Omega Tribe...) Garage Rock stuff (Deadly Snakes, Dirtbombs, Gories, Space****s, Les sexareenos, sonics...), Folk (Woody Guthrie, Bob dylan, Billy Bragg), and then some indie but mostly just the indie like Neutral milk hotel, the decemberists, and spoon type stuff.
Nice choices! Defiance, Ohio was one of the best shows I've ever been to. It was in a small kitchen (about seven-by-seven feet) full of about thirty kids. Ghost Mice is awesome as well; hope they come to Michigan eventually so I can check them out live. Plan-it-X is one of the best record labels in the underground today.

Have you heard Rosa at all? They've got a couple live sets up here: http://www.the-stripe.com/rosa The Max G. Aarnold Bazaar show is awesome, especially "Alaska," "Milkcrates" and "Umm like yr Smile..." They've got a 7" out on Open Kitchen, which is run by Brad (acoustic guitar) and his mum out of their home. I dunno if you're familiar with Die, Emperor! Die! (two-piece from Houston, Texas), but both boys from DED are in Rosa, as well as a lady and another boy. It's acoustic guitar, snare drum, washtub bass, and violin/fiddle/harmonica/mandolin/etc. I saw them in my friend Josh's basement over the summer and it was a whole bunch of fun.
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Old 12-07-04, 08:40 PM   #1767
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Old 12-07-04, 08:45 PM   #1768
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Nice choices! Defiance, Ohio was one of the best shows I've ever been to. It was in a small kitchen (about seven-by-seven feet) full of about thirty kids. Ghost Mice is awesome as well; hope they come to Michigan eventually so I can check them out live. Plan-it-X is one of the best record labels in the underground today.

Have you heard Rosa at all? They've got a couple live sets up here: http://www.the-stripe.com/rosa The Max G. Aarnold Bazaar show is awesome, especially "Alaska," "Milkcrates" and "Umm like yr Smile..." They've got a 7" out on Open Kitchen, which is run by Brad (acoustic guitar) and his mum out of their home. I dunno if you're familiar with Die, Emperor! Die! (two-piece from Houston, Texas), but both boys from DED are in Rosa, as well as a lady and another boy. It's acoustic guitar, snare drum, washtub bass, and violin/fiddle/harmonica/mandolin/etc. I saw them in my friend Josh's basement over the summer and it was a whole bunch of fun.
Ghost mice were supposed to play here last year but they canceled, and same with tbiapb and the devil is electric. I really want to see any of those bands.

I have not actually heard Rosa, i've heard their name a lot but never listened to them, same with DED. I'll check them out.
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Ghost mice were supposed to play here last year but they canceled, and same with tbiapb and the devil is electric. I really want to see any of those bands.

I have not actually heard Rosa, i've heard their name a lot but never listened to them, same with DED. I'll check them out.
Die, Emperor! Die! isn't Folk-Punk kinda stuff at all. It's Kirke on guitar and vocals, and Brad doing drums and some background vocals. A lot of influence from mid-90s "Emo" (real Emo, not whiney Indie **** with terribly trite and cliché lyrics)/Hardcore bands, but it's a bit faster than most of those bands were. Personal/political lyrics, DIY-as-**** ethics. They are or have been in a whole bunch of bands together: E.O.S. (Anarcho-Punk; put out a split 7"), DANGER (weird poppy/funny/political jawns I've seen compared to Beat Happening, put out a demo tape), The Sewin' Machines (the definition of lo-fi; demo tape), Rosa (mentioned before), and probably a few others. Die, Emperor! Die! has a good amount of stuff out: demo tape (out-of-print, but the best demo I've ever heard), split 7" with Burned Out Bright (out-of-print), live tape (from Burned Out Bright's last show), acoustic CD-R (including Hank Williams Sr., Minor Threat, Rites of Spring, and Leadbelly covers), split 7" with Toru Okada (this is impossible to get...the kid who put them out ripped off a bunch of people, including me, but he says he'll send them out eventually), and a song on The Microwave Says to the Pacemaker 2x7" (recently repressed, I believe; the originals, and maybe the represses, have an accidental lock-groove during the Die, Emperor! Die! song!!! ANGER!!!). They've got an upcoming split 10" with modern Blues legend William Whitmore.

The people who put their records and tapes out, Erika and Stewart AKA Friends Forever Records, are the best kids in the world. Every release they've put out is beautiful: hand-cut, hand-silkscreened, hand-numbered, hand-sewn, hand-folded, hand-painted...I can't think of any other label that takes the DIY aesthetic to heart as much as Erika and Stewart do. If you ever place an order with them, even if it's just for a 7" or a tape or something, you can always expect page-length (front and back) letters, candy, free hand-screened patches, etc. Great, great kids. If I ever met Erika in real life I'd hug her to death.

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