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2diggs

Lungs

2009 debut album from the hotly tipped UK outfit fonted by Florence Welch. Lungs, produced by Paul Epworth, James Ford and Steve Mackay, is an intoxicating mix of delicate fragility, dark humor and twisted Tim Burton style fairy-tales. From the live favourite 'You've Got The Love' to the raw Blues-tinged 'Girl With One Eye' to the beautifully painful 'Between Two Lungs', the album is crammed with crowd pleasers…

Submitted:Jan 1, 2011
Brand:Universal Republic
Total comments:0
Category:Indie & Lo-Fi
1 diggs • 0 comments • Apr 7, 2011

My Associates Store - Lungs

1 diggs • 0 comments • Jan 1, 2011

#5: Lungs

Ivica Panic #5: Lungs -http://www.amazon.com/Lungs-F... 9 minutes agofromAmazon.com: Bestsellers in...-Comment-Like

2diggs

Brothers

The maturation of the Black Keys as record makers and performers has been both subtle and startling. With their 2008 Nonesuch release 'Attack & Release' - the fifth album of their eight-year career which doubled the sales of their previous album and Nonesuch debut 'Magic Potion' - guitarist Dan Auerbach and drummer Patrick Carney illustrated the durability of their few-frills sound, a mysterious and heavy brew of seventies-vintage rock, classic R&B and timeless, downhearted blues…

Submitted:Dec 26, 2010
Brand:Nonesuch
Total comments:0
Category:Indie & Lo-Fi
2 diggs • 0 comments • Dec 26, 2010

#7: Brothers

Ivica Panic #7: Brothers -http://www.amazon.com/Brother... 5 minutes agofromAmazon.com: Bestsellers in...-Comment-Like

85diggs

ctrl-alt-del

Ctrl-Alt-Del is the second offering from New York City three-piece The Diggs. It expands on the aesthetic laid forth by their well received 2005 debut Commute while refining their trademark big sound with leaner and more concise arrangements.

The tone of the record is frantic and at times haunting. However, there is a glimmer of hope embedded throughout, where disillusion is broached with nostalgia, and angst is juxtaposed with optimism.

The result is twelve cinematic songs about redemption…

Submitted:Mar 10, 2008
Brand:Sugarspun Records
Total comments:8
Category:Indie & Lo-Fi
85 diggs • 8 comments • Mar 10, 2008

If this isn't Digg Bait. . .I don't know what is. . .

Artist = The Diggs. . .Album Title = ctrl-alt-del

3diggs

Neon Bible (W/Book) (Dlx)

The second album from Montreal's Arcade Fire exceeds all expectations. With string and orchestral arrangements by two of the band members, "Neon Bible" is full of both half-assed punk rock mistakes and meticulously orchestrated woodwinds. Processed strings and mandolin. Quiet rumbles and loud rumbles. But mostly just eleven songs that the band thinks are really good. The deluxe CD version is packaged in a hinged box with two 32-page flip books designed by the band. The LP is double 180-gram audiophile quality with three sides of music and an etching on the fourth side. The LP also includes a coupon for a free MP3 download of "Neon Bible"…

Submitted:Mar 10, 2007
Brand:Merge Records
Total comments:0
Category:Indie & Lo-Fi
3 diggs • 0 comments • Mar 10, 2007

New Arcade Fire Album: Neon Bible

The Arcade Fire deviates from their first album and presents a more well rounded production.

3diggs

Grey's Anatomy

The "Grey's Anatomy" soundtrack features an eclectic mix of indie pop and rock artists whose music was heard during the first season of Grey's Anatomy--a wildly popular ABC drama about surgical interns in Seattle.

The soundtrack features electrifying music from such beloved indie artists as Rilo Kiley, The Postal Service, Ben Lee, and Medeski, Martin & Wood, as well as undiscovered talent such as London-based electropop duo Psapp, who supply the show's main title song "Cosy in the Rocket."

Submitted:Sep 20, 2005
Brand:Hollywood Records
Total comments:0
Category:Indie & Lo-Fi
3 diggs • 0 comments • Sep 20, 2005

'Grey's Anatomy' soundtrack to be released

In my opinion, some of the best music to come out of a TV series in a while will be released on Sept. 27.

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