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Old 01-10-2014, 04:25 PM   #10161 (permalink)
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Astronoid - Stargazer

Black metal with undertones of shoegaze or shoegaze with overtones of black metal? Neither. This is Astronoid. This is blackgaze.

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Old 01-10-2014, 04:38 PM   #10162 (permalink)
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That album looks cool Ninetales. Queuing it on Spotify. Will be listening right after this:



Kilimanjaro - The Teardrop Explodes

Pretty cool New Wave/Post-Punk album from a band that I had heard of before, but not listened to any albums.

Edit: In fact, I went ahead and listened to this before that Donso album:



The Chameleons - Script of the Bridge

Perfect album.
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Old 01-12-2014, 12:58 PM   #10163 (permalink)
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The Green- Hawai'i '13



I really really dig their sound. They have a very smooth and mellow style with some powerful vocals and messages. It feels like old school roots reggae meets new school, which isn't exactly a rare thing but these guys really flow well and their songs are really catchy and well arranged.

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Old 01-13-2014, 01:56 AM   #10164 (permalink)
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Fushitsusha - Hikari to Nazukeyo

Fu****susha is avant-gartarist Keiji Haino's group that's relatively similar to his noisy and disorientingly intriguing solo work to the untrained ear. But this album stands out from the rest of his work in a good way, but he does have a lot of variety in his discography (which is infinitismal). I hear a heavy Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band influence on this record, which could lead to a continuation of the homage like Waits did, but given that it's Haino the innovator, I'm not going to hold my breath. On this album, Haino's guitar and vocals are abrasive, but not the abrasiveness that he usually relies on in his music. The drums and bass are awesome as well, with each track bringing another great background for Haino to improvise off of (though the drums and bass improvise at points as well).

Fu****susha is more rock based than most of Haino's other work (where he is the bandleader, that is), but it still retains the raw energy and intense cacophony.

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Old 01-13-2014, 07:54 AM   #10165 (permalink)
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ZZ Ward - Til The Casket Drops


She has a really soothing mix of pop rock and blues. I also love the rap features that she has on her album. I heard that she put out a remix covering some rap songs. I need to find it but she plays guitar, piano and harmonica. She also writes her own material.
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Old 01-13-2014, 07:55 AM   #10166 (permalink)
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Fushitsusha - Hikari to Nazukeyo

Fu****susha is avant-gartarist Keiji Haino's group that's relatively similar to his noisy and disorientingly intriguing solo work to the untrained ear. But this album stands out from the rest of his work in a good way, but he does have a lot of variety in his discography (which is infinitismal). I hear a heavy Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band influence on this record, which could lead to a continuation of the homage like Waits did, but given that it's Haino the innovator, I'm not going to hold my breath. On this album, Haino's guitar and vocals are abrasive, but not the abrasiveness that he usually relies on in his music. The drums and bass are awesome as well, with each track bringing another great background for Haino to improvise off of (though the drums and bass improvise at points as well).

Fu****susha is more rock based than most of Haino's other work (where he is the bandleader, that is), but it still retains the raw energy and intense cacophony.

I really enjoyed that album, thanks for posting.
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Old 01-13-2014, 09:16 AM   #10167 (permalink)
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Finnish band from the late 60s. Kind of bluesy, folky, jazzy proto metal / Krautrock. Kind of like if Soft Machine & Jethro Tull had a baby.
Apart from one appalling ballad that sounds like it would be more at home on an Engelbert Humperdinck album.
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Old 01-13-2014, 12:28 PM   #10168 (permalink)
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I really enjoyed that album, thanks for posting.
I'm glad you like it, it's become one of my favourites of 2012. Have you heard any other of Haino's work?


Frank Zappa - Boulez Conducts Zappa: The Perfect Stranger

Edgard Varese was briefly resurrected in 1984 to help Frank Zappa write this album, or at least that's what it sounds like because it's very dramatic, atonal, and has interesting use of instruments. This is not the Frank Zappa that warns of the dangers of yellow snow or the thing-fish, this is his later work with a focus on classical. Pierre Boulez conducts this album, which gives it more of the Varese tinge as he's the conductor on many of the more popular recorded Edgard Varese albums. It has the usual jumpy playfulness that Zappa usually provides, but is atonal rather than his usual modality. The orchestra performs the pieces with the impeccability of any Zappa troupe, as one can expect. Sort of kicking myself for not giving this album more heed, since it's becoming one of my favourites of his (still overshadowed by One Size Fits All, Hot Rats, Apostrophe, and Freak Out!, among others). Fans of classical music and fans of Zappa (the two are definitely not mutually exclusive) will appreciate this record. Give it a listen

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Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks - Wig Out at Jagbags

I'm fairly impressed with this album. It's a lot more accessible than Pavement, and I gotta say...I like that. As much as I love Pavement, I could always hear Stephen Malkmus's incredible pop sensibility in his writing. It was just drowned by fuzz most of the time and all the Pavement albums were growers as a result. Wig Out at Jagbags is good straight out of the gate.
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Spear of Gold and Seraphim Bone | Parts 1 & 2 by Aderlating

Who doesnt like scary as shiit dark drone music? (same guy as Gnaw Their Tongues for those familiar) Will likely cause paranoia and insanity

Also does anyone think the first album cover looks like the those weirdos from the Dark Crystal when the skeksis and mystics morph together? Just making conversation



hmm maybe not..
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