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What are you listening to now?

It can be what you've been listening to for the past week or month or year, or it can be what you are listening to at this exact moment.

This is a place for us to share what we're listening to so that maybe we can introduce each other to some awesome new band.  We'd love to hear what you're listening to!

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King Crimson- the power to believe

Radiohead- amnesiac

Storm Corrosion

Trioscapes

Miles Davis- Sketches of Spain

Currently listening to Elliott Smith self titled.  Before that Andrew Bird "Break It Yourself" - absolutely amazing album as is the follow up that was just released.  He just did a huge US tour and will be back in the spring so catch him if you can!  Not to be missed!

I must have been living under a rock for several years 'cause I just today discovered the band Turing Machine. I am now obsessed. Currently listening to Zwei. Amazing recording. Can anyone explain the music classification of "Math Rock"?

 

Arnold Schönberg - Chamber Music performed by the Schoenberg Quartet

I generally listen to an album numerous times over the course of a few days until I feel that I have really heard it.

As of late, I've been getting more and more into the Raconteurs. I must have listened to Consolers of the Lonely all the way through probably ten times in the past two weeks. 

Thelonious Monk Quartet - Blue Monk 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WmvoknRqrbc

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