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Best albums of 2018 - playlists in post #1

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Now for the important question - how many King Gizzard albums are we going to see this year?

@Northern Voice - did you or somebody suggest doing a collaborative playlist for the year so we add stuff in there as we go, or do we do another end of year draft? (maybe have 2 shorter ones in June and December to keep stuff fresh in our minds?)

 

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I'm happy just linking my playlist and following those others that get linked.

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Looking forward to parquet courts upcoming album featuring explosive new genius artist, floppinho.

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13 hours ago, Northern Voice said:

A/V Club chimes in with their anticipated albums

Interpol, Ought, U.S. Girls sound intriguing. The comments section tells me there's a new Hot Snakes album coming out :excited: 

Rules.

New Jeff Rosenstock is awesome. You know, most of us with that particular first name are just pure human filth. Rosenstock's one of the few good ones. 

 

I really do love my wife. But, should some terrible fate befall her: On the Weakerthans DVD "Live at the Burton Cummings Theatre", during One Great City!, they show a young woman in the audience sing the line "The Guess Who suck, the Jets were lousy anyway." She is the leader in the clubhouse for the replacement. I can imagine that Kristen (I'm guessing  Kristen) is probably super-stoked about dual-citizenship to our awesome country.

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6 hours ago, Good Posting Judge said:

Rules.

New Jeff Rosenstock is awesome. You know, most of us with that particular first name are just pure human filth. Rosenstock's one of the few good ones. 

 

I really do love my wife. But, should some terrible fate befall her: On the Weakerthans DVD "Live at the Burton Cummings Theatre", during One Great City!, they show a young woman in the audience sing the line "The Guess Who suck, the Jets were lousy anyway." She is the leader in the clubhouse for the replacement. I can imagine that Kristen (I'm guessing  Kristen) is probably super-stoked about dual-citizenship to our awesome country.

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7 hours ago, Good Posting Judge said:

Rules.

New Jeff Rosenstock is awesome. You know, most of us with that particular first name are just pure human filth. Rosenstock's one of the few good ones. 

 

I really do love my wife. But, should some terrible fate befall her: On the Weakerthans DVD "Live at the Burton Cummings Theatre", during One Great City!, they show a young woman in the audience sing the line "The Guess Who suck, the Jets were lousy anyway." She is the leader in the clubhouse for the replacement. I can imagine that Kristen (I'm guessing  Kristen) is probably super-stoked about dual-citizenship to our awesome country.

Future Mrs. GPJ at the 1:00:04 mark??   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=btTzXyLxaqA

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This Sidney Gish album being hyped up today is really good.

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Sidney Gish is a Boston singer-songwriter specializing in spectacular yet understated guitar-driven indie-pop... You can hear that six-string studiousness in her songcraft, which undergirds plainspoken twee sentimentality with subtly virtuosic chops. It’s no wonder she’s shared a stage with Margaret Glaspy. What stands out to me more than Gish’s mastery of the guitar, though, is her songwriting ability, particularly the way she imbues her innately infectious melodies with an actor’s ear for emotional inflection. She’ll absolutely wrap you around her finger with these songs, so check it out below.

 

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11 minutes ago, kupcho1 said:

:lmao:

I think her grandfather was famous. 

Real love can see past everything. Shame on you.

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Vampire Weekend is coming out with an album called Mitsubishi Macchiotto??

Oh my. 

I love that band, but that's pushing it.  

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Did I miss the best of 2017 album poll?

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17 hours ago, Ilov80s said:

Did I miss the best of 2017 album poll?

Yes, Juiceboxxx had the consensus #1 album of the year. 

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:excited:

My favorite post of each year, and each time this year is when I say, "I'm really going to pay attention and listen to more recommendations".

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On 1/8/2018 at 4:13 PM, Ilov80s said:

Did I miss the best of 2017 album poll?

I'll get it started for voting by the end of the week. Busy last week and flu bug this week.

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On 1/2/2018 at 10:51 AM, Northern Voice said:

A/V Club chimes in with their anticipated albums

Interpol, Ought, U.S. Girls sound intriguing. The comments section tells me there's a new Hot Snakes album coming out :excited: 

Looking forwards to Low, as always.

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On 1/3/2018 at 11:25 AM, Northern Voice said:

This Sidney Gish album being hyped up today is really good.

 

Weird, I just saw her perform at a tiny pub outside of Boston.  She's a very talented singer-songwriter. 

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3 hours ago, Northern Voice said:

I'll get it started for voting by the end of the week. Busy last week and flu bug this week.

Hope you feel better- not trying to rush you, just honestly thought I missed it 

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I'm really liking No Age's new one, Snares Like A Haircut. 

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5 hours ago, ericttspikes said:

I'm really liking No Age's new one, Snares Like A Haircut. 

Hooray.

Been waiting for this one.

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On 1/16/2018 at 3:25 PM, ericttspikes said:

I'm really liking No Age's new one, Snares Like A Haircut. 

Don't see it on the spotify

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Shame is a good Sarf London band with a bad name.  Their debut LP Songs of Praise mines familiar post-punk territory but they do it with style.

One Rizla

 

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3 hours ago, El Floppo said:

Don't see it on the spotify

I found a leak. Think it officially drops next week. Catching them in Chicago Sat night.

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15 hours ago, El Floppo said:

Don't see it on the spotify

There are 3 songs on BandCamp

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12 hours ago, Eephus said:

Shame is a good Sarf London band with a bad name.  Their debut LP Songs of Praise mines familiar post-punk territory but they do it with style.

One Rizla

 

lol @ the intro to that video

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46 minutes ago, Jaysus said:

There are 3 songs on BandCamp

thanks- really liking these. picking up an 80s vibe with some ofthe guitar work. and I can't explain how much I love how badly the guy sings- or at least the intentionally crazily off-key choices he makes. pool or a pond I guess. 

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I’m so looking forward to the new Tribulation album that I can’t take it. 

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