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1 hour ago, Ghost Rider said:

 

I haven't liked a Lips album since Embryonic, but the singles I've heard from the new one are good and I am reading many good things about it, so I will check it out.  Wayne Coyne's voice is done (it was done the last time I saw them live 6-7 years ago), but they do enough studio magic with their trippy effects to hide it most of the time.

The Soft Bulletin through Embronic was a helluva run.

His voice is a little strained on this but it doesn’t bother me. All my favorite singers couldn’t sing. 

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2020 albums/songs thread. Kupcho hasn't been around in a while. I'll try and change the thread title on Fridays. Give me your playlist links and I'll add below.    Stereogum most anticipated

In addition to that great Andy Shauf track, here's a few of my favorite new tracks: Feel the Way I Want by Caroline Rose : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z3EwDk1zY6g Unchained by Devon Gilf

Hum's reunion album is pretty good if you liked them the first time around.

Six String Salute 

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On September 17th, 2020, Six String Salute will premiere a virtual concert to support and celebrate the touring and venue crews who are the backbone of live music and depend on shows to make a living. Six String Salute will bring together guitarists and guitar-centric bands to share exclusive performances and great rock and roll stories in support of Crew Nation, a global relief fund for live music crewst

Arists confirmed to appear include: Trans-Siberian Orchestra, Steve Vai, Tommy Shaw (Styx) with the Cleveland Youth Orchestra, Rich Robinson (The Black Crowes), Halestorm, Rik Emmett (Triumph), Joe Satriani, Joel Hoekstra (Whitesnake, TSO), Frank Hannon (Tesla), the triple guitar attack of Alice Cooper’s Nita Strauss, Tommy Henriksen and Ryan Roxie, plus Richard Williams (Kansas), Alex Skolnick (Testament), Jennifer Batten, Dave Pirner (Soul Asylum), Big Head Todd & The Monsters, Damon Johnson (Thin Lizzy, Alice Cooper), Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Steve Cropper, Jesse Dayton, Steve Hackett (Genesis), Jeff Watson (Night Ranger), Nick Perri (The Underground Thieves), Sammy Boller, Ross the Boss, Joyous Wolf and more.

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On 9/12/2020 at 10:38 PM, Eephus said:

Albums I've liked since the mid-year draft

Cafe Racer - Shadow Talk

Declan McKenna -Zeros

Empty Country - Empty Country

Creeper - Sex, Death & the Infinite Void

Thank you for the recommendations.  I've also enjoyed "Q36", the newest album by The Rentals based on your selection of "Forgotten Astronaut" (which I ❤️) in the mid-year draft.

Keep 'em coming!

J

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7 minutes ago, El Floppo said:

WHO??!!?

That band I still can't listen to sober. It's really a shame. I think their first one is gonna be their best, least where I'm concerned. 

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Just now, rockaction said:

That band I still can't listen to sober. It's really a shame. I think their first one is gonna be their best, least where I'm concerned. 

Which first...their EP stuff, or Brutalism?

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Just now, El Floppo said:

Which first...their EP stuff, or Brutalism?

True. Brutalism is my favorite. I also like their EP stuff. Their proper releases is what I'm talking about.

I love IDLES Chant. But I was wasted then...ah I but I was so much older then, I'm younger than that now. 

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Just now, Northern Voice said:

I'm sitting outside at the family cottage sipping on a beer, catching up on new songs and pretending it's not way too ####### cold to be sitting outside. 

It's like ninety-five here. Can we get some of your cool? 

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1 hour ago, rockaction said:
1 hour ago, Northern Voice said:

I'm sitting outside at the family cottage sipping on a beer, catching up on new songs and pretending it's not way too ####### cold to be sitting outside. 

It's like ninety-five here. Can we get some of your cool? 

Perfect 50s and sunny here in nyc. Played tennis with floppinha this morning and just got back from a run with floppinho. Watched a little soccer in-between...perfect day.

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4 minutes ago, El Floppo said:

Perfect 50s and sunny here in nyc. Played tennis with floppinha this morning and just got back from a run with floppinho. Watched a little soccer in-between...perfect day.

It was about the same here, 12 celsius, so 54ish. But for just sitting pretty chilly when the sun went in. 

Sounds like a much more active day that I had 😂. I was actually going to watch Sheffield Wednesday (wife's family's team) but didn't realize they aren't on DAZN anymore.

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14 hours ago, Ghost Rider said:

Fleet Foxes pulled a Radiohead and announced today that they have a new album finished and ready to go, and will be released tomorrow!! Hell yeah.

Released on the exact second of the Autumn equinox, because of course (going to put it on now)

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15 hours ago, Ghost Rider said:

Fleet Foxes pulled a Radiohead and announced today that they have a new album finished and ready to go, and will be released tomorrow!! Hell yeah.

 

1 hour ago, Northern Voice said:

Released on the exact second of the Autumn equinox, because of course (going to put it on now)

just saw an e-mail about this.  Woo

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8 hours ago, Northern Voice said:

One listen overreaction, this is the best Fleet Foxes album.

Woah.  I love the first two albums, so that feels like a bold statement. I am seeing a lot of positive feedback; I am psyched to hear this.

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On 9/19/2020 at 2:10 PM, Northern Voice said:

I've had 'Model Village' in my head a lot lately. Probably don't even need to say the band name in here :lol:

(It's IDLES)

New album drops in ten minutes.

 

 

Not that I care.

Or have a timer on.

Or that kind of thing.

New single War dropped today. 

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On 9/23/2020 at 1:53 AM, The Dreaded Marco said:

I like it too. 

But my one listen overreaction was even greater for the eponymous debut and the Sun Giant ep. 

 

On 9/22/2020 at 12:15 PM, Northern Voice said:

One listen overreaction, this is the best Fleet Foxes album.

I guess I will have to listen more, because my initial reaction was not nearly as overwhelming.

Seemed much more accessible and I don't remember them using a drum kit before (maybe somewhere on the Bim Sala Bim album?)  Not saying that was a bad thing, just saying I didn't hear the usual musical complexities, but I had it on in the background, so I certainly need to re-listen.

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On 9/12/2020 at 6:59 PM, Buffaloes said:

it's their best imo. kind of came out of nowhere too considering they were a 1-hit wonder 90s band and they came with something with the sonic and thematic depth of Softest Bulletin

this is some seriously bad revisionist history 

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49 minutes ago, Long Ball Larry said:

 

I guess I will have to listen more, because my initial reaction was not nearly as overwhelming.

Seemed much more accessible and I don't remember them using a drum kit before (maybe somewhere on the Bim Sala Bim album?)  Not saying that was a bad thing, just saying I didn't hear the usual musical complexities, but I had it on in the background, so I certainly need to re-listen.

The more accessible thing is almost always a good thing for me, I often end up on a bit of an island... case in point for Fleet Foxes, IMO> 

  • Fleet Foxes 8/10
  • Helplessness Blues 8.5/10
  • Crack-Up 7.5/10
  • Shore 9/10
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16 minutes ago, Buffaloes said:

Meh, maybe. I only remembered them from she don't use jelly song they had. Maybe they were bigger than I remembered. 

Not really. They never broke through like other bands, but people in the proverbial know might have dug them for reasons other than the single. I personally knew of only the single, really, and it was a deterrent to examining them further. I'm not sure that the assertion that followed them not being big and that the album came out of the blue is true, though. They may have been crafting albums like that before anybody noticed and the world might have caught up with them instead of the other way around. 

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11 minutes ago, rockaction said:

Not really. They never broke through like other bands, but people in the proverbial know might have dug them for reasons other than the single. I personally knew of only the single, really, and it was a deterrent to examining them further. I'm not sure that the assertion that followed them not being big and that the album came out of the blue is true, though. They may have been crafting albums like that before anybody noticed and the world might have caught up with them instead of the other way around. 

Could be. Iirc the album before it though was some psychedelic miasma that consisted of 3 or 4 discs that were supposed to be played at the same time. I think they recorded some of it at a drive in theater or parking lot when coyne gave a bunch of people cassette tapes to play simultaneously.

Eta sorry for the hijack

 

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23 hours ago, El Floppo said:

New album drops in ten minutes.

 

 

Not that I care.

Or have a timer on.

Or that kind of thing.

New single War dropped today. 

I knew going in it wasn't going to touch the last two...none of the new singles dropped are close. But it's good and pretty consistent, even if the heights aren't as high. And tbh, the singles have grown on me- the last two in particular- and ne touche pas moi jumped out at me from the rest as a solid banger...even if they had to add "consent" into the lyrics with a woke sledgehammer.

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5 hours ago, Buffaloes said:

Meh, maybe. I only remembered them from she don't use jelly song they had. Maybe they were bigger than I remembered. 

I wouldn’t say they were bigger but they were certainly better than Jelly. 

The fact that that song was a breakthrough radio hit has always baffled me. IMO, there are multiple better songs on Transmissions alone, not to mention on Clouds, Priest and Hit to Death.

Soft Bulletin is their masterpiece, though.   


 

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