ive just come across 'Jackson and his computer band - smash'
the other day while on youtube.
it's just inspirational in a way that makes you look inward to try and find your own voice/sound as opposed to following commerciality. although it does sound a bit like justice & oizo without the 'song' craft, it's just nice hear music that's sits nicely between the commercial and experimental.
Couldn't be happier to hear this album after waiting so long for them to release new material, most bands i've been following for a while release sub standard material, but this album really does it for me, indie/garage rock at its best. Standout tracks : You're So Right, Call Me Back
In your face don't give a shit hard rock/metal/whatever you want to call it, a friend showed me it and i have never looked back, every song hits you on a different level althought most people would suggest the tracks are quite similar. Standout tracks : The Marvelous Slut, Who Invited The Russian Soilder.
EDIT : Redid my post for you my friend
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I don't know if one day counts as an addiction, but I got Jeremiah Jae's 'Rappayamatantra EP' today through pre-order on iTunes, had that baby on repeat. Thought it was a bit cheeky of him to throw in two tunes from his DXNCE EP but it works nicely.
Hiatus's Ghost Notes album is just...awesome. Melodic electronic with Middle-East influences, and is one of the best whole albums I have heard for a very long time. Fidelium's God Tank single is worth the download for The Verb's remix alone which is just exceptional.