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  1. Waffles Staff Picks - June Edition It's time for a new batch of staff picks, and we have some nice ones for you this month. The theme for June is Green! Please remember we do not look to balance genres or purposely seek out diversity - these are simply albums by bands that we love, and hope that you find something you enjoy as well. Note that each pick may be an individual track, or an entire album (for the purpose of the theme). In every case, however, the entire album will be FL. Happy snatching! Woodenhead Artist: Sleep Album: Dopesmoker The theme picked was "Green" and I think, in retrospect, that it had something to do with spring. But that wasn't the first green thing to "spring" to mind... Drop out of life with bong in hand. Get It Here Haarry Artist: Orbital Album: Orbital (Green Album) Track: Belfast I love everything about Orbital. Nobody has ever quite managed to hardsample weird timbres into tensely orchestral movements quite like them. They de-humanize everything and then twist it back into something so genuinely emotional. I hope our next theme is Brown. Get It Here izmo Artist: Milo Greene Album: Milo Greene Track: 1957 I like the music video for this song. Also, I like the song. Get It Here MidniteRockr Artist: Bitcrush Album: From Arcs to Embers Track: Untilted (Worm Is Green Remix) One of my fave Bitcrush albums is this collection of remixes by a bunch of really good bands. Get It Here condon313 Artist: Bongzilla Album: Gateway Track: Greenthumb Bongzilla may be the most pot-centric stoner metal band out there (which, if actually true, would really be saying something). Every track bears a title like Keefmaster, Hashdealer, and 666lb. Bongsession. Lyrics don't stray far from "I love smoking pot. Also Satan." But it never seems gimmicky: Bongzilla delivers throaty vocals and heavy riffs in a surprisingly coherent package. Get It Here lostsupper Artist: Dinosaur Jr. Album: Green Mind Like most of my staff picks, this album was super important to me at some point while I was finding my place in the world. Dinosaur Jr. was in the background while I was driving to skate spots, going to parties, and learning to navigate high school social circles. If I only knew then what I know now. Get It Here icebox Artist: Barbara Manning Album: One Perfect Green Blanket Track: Sympathy Wreath The Green Blanket of course, refers to a baseball field, pictured on the cover of the album. Green is all over the record, including the song Green. But. Green isn't the standout here, Sympathy Wreath is. As a wreath is generally green, even though the song's wreath has purple daisies, it qualifies. Barabara Manning was prominent in the late 1980s and early 1990s US indie rock scene. She still records from time to time, and has a bunch of newer tracks up on bandcamp. Get It Here Sowilo Artist: Malinky Album: Last Leaves Track: The Green Wedding / Bill Harte's Jig Malinky is an amazing Scottish folk group that's been called “maybe the finest young Scottish band since Silly Wizard†(Boston Globe). Never hear of that group either? You have some music you need to listen to! A must have for anyone interested in folk music, traditional music or "world music". Incredible melodies, a variety of instruments, and two wonderful male and female vocalists. This is the first album out of the 5 they've released so far, in what is hopefully a long career. Get It Here
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  3. Waffles Staff Picks - May Edition 2015-05-11 07:53:32 Waffles Staff Picks - May Edition Welcome to the May edition of the Waffles.fm Staff Picks. Please remember we do not look to balance genres or purposely seek out diversity - these are simply albums by bands that we love, and hope that you find something you enjoy as well. Note that each pick may be an individual track, or an entire album (for the purpose of the theme). In every case, however, the entire album will be FL. Theme: Flowers icebox Artist: The Primitives Song: Thru The Flowers A great bit of pre-Oasis britpop, when bleached blonde singers were the rage. Tracy Tracy was quite the pop star. Thru the flowers was one of their first indiepop singles, and that version is very C-86ish. The song was then rerecorded for their first major label record. Both are worth hearing. Pure pop sunshine. Get It Here izmo Artist: Nobuo Uematsu Track: Flowers Blooming in a Church The beautiful track that plays when first meeting Aeris. Recently I realized that her being called Aeris in the US was a mistake. The original name was meant to be Aerith, Aeris is based on the Japanese pronunciation. Since there is no th sound in the language it is replaced with s. I still say Aeris tho. Another thing I learned recently is ramuné is based on the word "lemonade", although only a couple sites say this it seems exactly right. Get It Here Woodenhead Artist: Catherine Wheel Album: Ferment This album always reminds me of spring (hence, flowers). I first heard "I Want To Touch You" on "freak night" (RE: alternative/indie music, before it was called that around those parts or popular there, always seemed to be on Thursday nights) at the clubs I frequented in the Golden Horseshoe area in the spring of '92; the full album came out later that summer, IIRC. Still a favourite, a very solid album for its style & time (the argument back then was that Radiohead got its start by ripping off the sound of this album), this is a great album for cruising the countryside when the blossoms are out in full force in the orchards, windows down after flicking that roach out the window. For me, anyway... Standout tracks: Flower To Hide, Black Metallic, I Want To Touch You. Get It Here MidniteRockr Artist: Various Artists Album: The Big Lebowski: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Track: Dead Flowers by Townes Van Zandt This flower song was written by Keith Richards and Mick Jagger and is on the Sticky Fingers album, but Van Zandt covered it regularly and here is just a killer live recording of it. One of my all-time fave movies, maybe number one. My only regret about this soundtrack is they left off the Creedence! Dang. But at least they didn't include any songs by those nasty Eagles haha (If you've seen the movie you know what I'm saying). Except for of course the superb Gipsy Kings cover of Hotel California... And you can send me dead flowers every morning Send me dead flowers by the mail Send me dead flowers to my wedding And I won't forget to put roses on your grave Get It Here condon313 Artist: Somebody's basement Album: Somewhere else Track: Completely cracked Somebody's basement hit's all the right "twinkle" emo buttons, and these bands are not unlike flowers. Hopeful, upbeat, melodramatic, but ultimately short-lived and really about sex. Get It Here Lorentz Artist: Loess Album: Wind and Water When I think of flowers, I don't think of those nice pretty things that people imagine, but rather the hardy weedy types that grew everywhere around where I used to live as a child. As far as I know, the local landscape of the small town has industrialized, and it's not the cleanest place to be around anymore. Still, look close, and you'll still see a dandelion popping here and there, living through all that isn't natural. Album is strangely organic landscape, yet not at all, just like those dandelions. Get It Here Sowilo Artist: Rome Album: Flowers From Exile Get It Here lostsupper Artist: The Pharcyde Album: Bizarre Ride II The Pharcyde Track: Soul Flower "People promise you bowl of cherries but don't forget there are pits..." Get It Here
  4. Waffles Staff Picks - February Edition 2015-02-04 10:09:43 Waffles Staff Picks - February Edition Welcome to the February edition of the Waffles.fm Staff Picks. Please remember we do not look to balance genres or purposely seek out diversity - these are simply albums/tracks by bands that we love, and we hope that you find something you enjoy as well. Note that each pick may be an individual track, or an entire album (for the purpose of the theme). In every case, however, the entire album will be FL. Theme: RITUAL izmo Artist: La Quiete Album: La fine non è la fine Track: Raid Aereo Sul Paese Delle Farfalle For awhile in college, I used to wake up to this song everyday. If it got further along in the album it meant I was late. Get It Here Woodenhead Artist: Carbon Based Lifeforms Album: World Of Sleepers There are certain things that I do where I like to have a specific type of music playing while I do it. And for whatever reason, this style is one I keep coming back to, and this album in particular is a "go to". I particularly enjoy it while walking about in the wee hours, when everything is empty and quiet, whether it be in the city or out in the countryside. (actually, especially the countryside) Or settling in to do some work on my computer. And a number of other things. Whatever it is, this is a simply amazing album, and among other things, it tends to get me into the groove of whatever I'm doing. Get It Here nomado Artist: Testament Album: The Ritual This is one of my favorite Testament albums for only one song: Return To Serenity. Get It Here lostsupper Artist: Metallica Album: Master of Puppets You ever see "Over the Top?" The scene when Stallone's character explains the significance of turning his cap backwards? That's what this album is for me. Every day before I train I lie flat on the floor, play the second side of this album and nap. I never stay awake past "Disposable Heroes" and I always wake up right before "Damage, Inc." I've been doing this for fifteen years. That's a ritual, right? Get It Here condon313 Artist: Shogun Kunitoki Album: Vinonaamakasio This album reminds me of taking psychedelics and climbing into an organ. The perfect soundtrack for your next pagan ritual service. Get It Here Sowilo Artist: Sixth Comm Album: Headless / Let The Moon Speak This album is a ritual, and as the description says is "composed of dark, brooding and beautiful songs, other worldly soundscapes and magical sonic expeditions in the form of percussion and emotional vocal repetition." An amazing vocalist with a wide variety of interesting percussion and ethereal soundscapes, I've never heard anything else like this and it's a favourite of mine, and I hope others enjoy this pick too and have the same reaction as when I first heard it. The end of the last track on the first CD still has an effect on me when I hear that noise of a common household item. Get It Here icebox Artist: Camera Obscura Album: Desire Lines Track: New Year's Resolution New Year Resolutions are a ritual many partake in at the dawn of the new year. Get It Here radicaldino Artist: The Naked And Famous Album: Passive Me, Aggressive You and so, we meet again 2,5-DIMETHOXY-4-ETHYLPHENETHYLAMINE, old friend... Get It Here SUPER SPECIAL BONUS USER PICK! Courtesy of: Whosondephone Artist: Alash Album: Buura Track: Kosh-oi and Torgalyg (a song about "two sister rivers") Alash takes a western pop approach to Tuvan music. They are considered masters of Tuvan throat singing which is a technique for singing multiple pitches at the same time. According to their interpreter, it was used as a form of communication before they developed a language. Tuvan music is very connected with the land and the spirits the people believe inhabit it. It is also folk music about their triumphs and sorrows encompassing all aspects of life. Get It Here
  5. Upload Contest Leaders Leaderboard 1. jldeep - 161 2. VibroDog - 106 3. youFAILED - 102 4. Sirruff - 61 5. shroomasta - 55 6. Furkiepurkie - 53 7. reb83 - 46 8. SpecialAgentDaleCooper - 42 9. Inspire - 39 10. Caribbean_Pirat - 37 jldeep, VibroDog, and youFAILED all overtake yesterday's lead! Who will come out on top?
  6. Hello again, my lovely friends and fellow Wafflers. No matter where in the world you are, I hope you are enjoying yourself during this holiday season. For me, this time of year is all about community, which is why you'll probably be able to catch me in your local IRC for the next couple weeks First, an announcement: Alert: Rapidly Approaching WI approval changes! As soon as we can make it so (i.e. once our devs implement it), we are going to change the WI approval process to require a minimum of EAC 1.0 b1 or XLD version 142.2, and all WI approved rips, whether XLD or EAC, will require a checksum. We have not previously required XLD rips to have a checksum, but that will be the case going forward when the changes are announced. Newer versions of XLD also have a "Media Type" field in their logs that allow us to identify CD-R rips, so updating the minimum required version of XLD to always include this information will greatly benefit our quality standards. And if our quality standards are improving, your experience will improve too! This change may occur during the contest, so at this time, be forewarned that this will happen soon, and you may want to take steps now to be sure you'll be able to continue uploading WI rips going forward. The staff here at Waffles.fm, in this holiday spirit, would like to give back to the community and give all Wafflers the chance to give a little as well. Which is why I present to you... Upload Contest / Freeleech Bonavaganza! In addition to a site-wide freeleech, we are also kicking off an upload contest. The heart of any torrent community lies with its content -- and we want to enter 2015 on a strong note! So here's your chance to help us achieve that goal and get a little recognition for it as well Here is how it works: What's in it for me? - 15 points given per upload, versus the regular 5 points. - 35 points given per filled request, versus the regular 15 points. This is actually a carefully calculated number designed to encourage users to upload FLAC (Waffle Irons approved, of course!)/320/V0/V2 simultaneously for maximum pointage and format coverage. We dub it the Icebox Constant. So during the contest, you would have: FLAC upload (15 points) + 320 upload (15 points) + V0 upload (15 points) + V2 upload (15 points) + Waffle Irons approval (5 points) + request fill (35 points) = 100 points. Nice and round. At the end of every day, we will tally the current leaders (from 1st place to 10th) and post them in the announcement thread. At the end of the upload contest, you will get these sweet prizes (the Waffles equivalent of a Cadillac): First Place: - 4000 points. - Prize Winner Pick in two monthly staff picks. Second Place: - Prize Winner Pick in two monthly staff picks. - 2500 points. Third Place: - 2000 points. Fourth Place through Tenth Place: - 1500 points. But wait, there's more! If you are uploading material that is really special to you, we would like to encourage you to add your own review to the description of your upload. Users who do this and post the review and link to their torrent in this announcement's discussion thread will earn an additional 100 points for the post. Yes, this is the only time where you can advertise your own uploads :> Ground Rules: - Same uploading and request filling rules apply. Please keep in mind that we have rules regarding the description in uploads that you should follow if you don't want your uploads to be deleted . For reference, the rules are available here. If you would like a template to follow when creating your own uploads, check out any staffer's uploads The website https://yadg.cc/ can auto-generate descriptions for your uploads to save you time during the upload frenzy. - If you choose to add your own review to your upload, do not plagiarize. Staff will be checking for cheaters. START DATE (UPLOAD CONTEST + FREELEECH): 18:00 EST, January 4th, 2015 END DATE (FREELEECH): 18:00 EST, January 18th, 2015 END DATE (UPLOAD CONTEST): 18:00 EST, January 25th, 2015
  7. Waffles.fm 7th Annual Holiday Toy Drive 2014-12-01 23:15:34 Waffles.fm 7th Annual Holiday Toy Drive! Here we go again! As before in previous years, we invite you to copy & paste this toy drive on other trackers. Just remember to change the links and let us know how you do! Last year you all pooled together and donated over 373 toys & books to children in need. How does this work? Throughout the holiday season various locations around the world will be collecting new, unused toys for children. You simply go to the store, purchase a toy, take it to the drop-off location, and take a photo of your items at the location. How do you know I really donated? You’ll need to attach this tag (or a reasonable hand-drawn replication) to your toy, in order for staff to identify and recognize your toys. This tag must be visible in your photos. If you want to print multiple tags at once, you can use this sheet. In your post, please provide a count of how many toys/books you donated. Please submit your photo to /forums.php?action=viewtopic&forumid=7&topicid=76789. What’s in it for me? Other than warm fuzzies? 250 points for the first toy donated, 500 points for each additional toy Additionally, we'd like to encourage more buying of books for children - if you purchase books, you will received an extra 50 points per book* purchased. * Reading books; not colouring books, sketch pads, blank journals etc. There is no limit to the number of toys you can donate, but you must provide photo proof of your donations. Where can I donate toys? In the USA, we recommend Toys for Tots. Please visit the site to find a toy drop location near you. If you are outside of the USA, please check the announcement discussion thread for a list of acceptable charities. Please Note: Certain items are ineligible for points (a gross of bouncy balls; large packages of erasers). If you have questions about your donation please PM staff. For those who want an online option, we have two: Go the Childs Play charity, click on one of those controllers. Each controller links to a childrens' hospital that has a wishlist. Purchase something from Amazon, and they send it to the hospital. Show us a copy of the receipt, and a copy of the email that Amazon sends upon shipment, and we'll credit you. Please Note: You will not get any points for any donations made unless you post a screenshot of your Amazon email that says "This item has been shipped" Go to First Book's website and choose "Donate Now", a donation of $10.00 counts as (2) books, a donation of $20.00 counts as (5) books and a donation of $50 counts as (15) books. Show us a screen shot of the receipt for any donation made, and you will be credited. Running Tally: Start Date: Monday, December 1 End Date:Wednesday, December 24
  8. Waffles Staff Picks - November Edition Welcome to the November edition of the Waffles.fm Staff Picks. Please remember we do not look to balance genres or purposely seek out diversity - these are simply albums by bands that we love, and hope that you find something you enjoy as well. Note that each pick may be an individual track, or an entire album (for the purpose of the theme). In every case, however, the entire album will be FL. Theme: NovemBEER icebox Artist: Lucinda Williams Album: Lucinda Williams Tracks: The Night's Too Long; Crescent City Lucinda's third album was the one that began the rise that culminated in Car Wheels on a Gravel Road. The self titled album was mined by other artists for hits, and the songs here are uniformly excellent. Easily one of the best records of 1988. The Night's Too Long: The story of a girl from Beaumont who leaves to make her life in the big city (Houston? New Orleans?). The image Lucinda paints at the end of the song of the girl in the bar enjoying herself and meeting the hot guy while out drinking and dancing is masterful: Well the music's playin' fast and they just met He presses up against her and his shirt's all soaked with sweat And with her back against the bar she can listen to the band And she's holdin' a Corona and it's cold against her hand Crescent City: A love letter to New Orleans. Lucinda's New Orleans memories are alcohol laced. izmo Artist: Allison Weiss Track: You + Me + Alcohol A happy-sounding sad song about love lost and alcohol. One of the best displays of song writing I've ever experienced. pogglywoggly Artist: The La's Album: The La's Track: There She Goes condon313 Artist: Hank III Album: Rebel Within Track: Gettin' Drunk & Falling Down I don't drink. Because I get drunk and fall down. That's what this song is about. MidniteRockr Artist: The Meat Purveyors Album: Sweet in the Pants Track: Dempsey Nash If I had a list of songs to hear before you die, this one about the beer-drenched misadventures of one Dempsey Nash would be on it. But that's not all, there is an excellent cover of Merle's Tonight the Bottle Let Me Down. And as an aside, Elvis' Burning Love is also interestingly covered here. Although Sweet in the Pants is my fave, the other Meat Purveyors albums are all well worth sloshing through, with songs like "Thinking About Drinking" "Tallboy" "Liquor Store" "666 Pack" "Morning After" "How Can I Be So Thirsty Today" and "2:00 A.M"... "So one more shot of whiskey before the room starts to spin, It's 2 AM already again." Cheers everybody! Woodenhead Artist: Butthole Surfers Album: Independent Worm Saloon This album is basically the soundtrack for my high school days. From what I'm told, anyway. "Who Was In My Room Last Night" is a historical retelling of a drunken party I went to at my math teacher's daughter's house in '88. "Tongue" is an homage to all the fellow drunken crazies I partied with at a certain nightclub on a certain weekly night during a certain epic but oh-too-short musical era in Toronto. "Dust Devil" is about me riding shotgun with my drunk-driving NASCAR freak friend chauffeur of choice. "The Ballad Of Naked Man" is [censored/classified]. And then there's "The Wooden(head) Song"... I could go on, but I won't because you have some listening to do. Suggested pairing: Lakeport Pilsner wozgo Artist: The Reverend Horton Heat Album: Liquor In The Front Track: Liquor, Beer & Wine The best three friends I ever had. Lorentz Artist: Muse Album: Showbiz Track: Sober Muse is a band I was introduced to during my stint at one of earliest jobs of my career, and my boss at the time would often celebrate job well done with drinks all around. As this is Muse's first album, so it was my first time trying half-decent scotch, and so on goes how the band's also changed since their beginnings, just as I have perhaps. Here's to you boss, wherever you are now. Sowilo Artist: Ghoultown Album: Life After Sundown Track: Drink With the Living Dead Great alt. country and one of the first bands in the genre I got into. Maybe this would have even worked well doubling as an October pick if not for those pesky VIPs trying to overthrow us... lostsupper Artist: N.W.A. Album: Straight Outta Compton Track: 8 Ball (Remix) Eazy-E's ode to malt liquor. "...Olde English 800 'cause that's my brand. Take it in a bottle, 40, quart, or can. Drink it like a madman yes I do--fuck the police and a 5-0 too." The first time I got drunk I did so on quarts of 8-ball. Because rap music is awesome. olenpriit Artist: Ludacris (ft. T-Pain) Album: Theater of the Mind Track: One More Drink I have a soft spot for Ludacris. He doesn't strike me as a particularly serious rapper but then again that's exactly what I like about him. Few rappers I know would be willing to put out albums like "Chicken-n-Beer" with a smile on their face. Ludacris never really seems to stop smiling. So follow the Luda service announcement, have a couple of drinks and quit discriminating, ya hear? Also if you haven't heard T-Pain without autotune you owe it to yourself to go find his NPR concert. Peace kaishin521 Artist: St. Paul and the Broken Bones Track: Broken Bones and Pocket Change One of my favorite drinking activities is to hunt out some live music at a local bar. I happened to catch the last few songs in a set by these guys and was immediately impressed -- definitely one of my favorite acts in so many nights of drunken musical experiences. Soulful, sentimental, but full of energy. Enjoy this with a nice cold IPA
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