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Old 04-28-2015, 11:15 AM   #11521 (permalink)
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Maybe I need to git gud at finding music

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On this one your voice is kind of weird but really intense and awesome
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Old 04-28-2015, 11:25 AM   #11522 (permalink)
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めめ [Meme] - ちとてとち (2005)

Very endearing Avant-Folk record. Completely soothing and relaxing. Check it out guys.
Pretty cool. The vocals in the first track gave me a headache though.
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Old 04-28-2015, 01:20 PM   #11523 (permalink)
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"Sowing the Seeds of Love" is hands down one of my favorite pop songs of all time. Does Everybody Loves a Happy Ending continue that kind of layered, complex songwriting or is it more like their other stuff?
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It sounds like the album they would have made after The Seeds Of Love if they had stayed together. It's very Beatle-esque in places, so if you like the classic albums from that group you'll enjoy this one.

That being said, The Seeds Of Love is such a good album that it eclipses almost everything else I've ever spent time with. One of my all time favorite recordings ever.
I'd agree with all this. My surprise was that rather than be a pop record, like The Hurting or even SftBC, it's quite rocky in places and has some amazing songwriting. I agree they never would, or should, write a better album than TSOL, but this really comes a very close second. I think you would enjoy it Jansz. I didn't expect to and I was really quite blown away.
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Old 04-28-2015, 04:58 PM   #11524 (permalink)
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L'Orange & Jeremiah Jae - The Night Took Us In Like Family (2015)
Really digging this right now on my first listen, what a nice surprise. I was first made aware of it when someone added it to the anticipated albums thread. After seeing it pop up some other place, I decided to check out the samples and liked what I heard. Right now, this is one of the best hip-hop albums I've heard in some time - abstract, boom bap, conscious, jazz rap. Great beats, great rhymes, awesome use of vocal samples, and minimal use of derogatory terms. The production and sample usage reminds me a lot of MF Doom and Madlib, as well as some of the more hip-hop oriented work released by Ninja Tunes like DJ Vadim, Sixtoo, and also Wax Tailor. It's really smooth and feels like a lost classic.
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Old 04-29-2015, 05:17 PM   #11525 (permalink)
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Polar Sequences by The Higher Intelligence Agency & Biosphere

well donno how much longer ill be able to dig this for (its an uncharacteristically cold day today and summer is no place for winter ambient) but for now its perfect. I mean hell this album was literally made and performed on top of a mountain. you can actually hear the sounds of the cable car moving or the wind whistling in the background. could very well be my favorite thing Biosphere has ever been involved with, which is obviously no small feat. don't quote me on that tho, everything he touches is gold.
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Old 04-29-2015, 05:21 PM   #11526 (permalink)
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L'Orange & Jeremiah Jae - The Night Took Us In Like Family (2015)
Really digging this right now on my first listen, what a nice surprise. I was first made aware of it when someone added it to the anticipated albums thread. After seeing it pop up some other place, I decided to check out the samples and liked what I heard. Right now, this is one of the best hip-hop albums I've heard in some time - abstract, boom bap, conscious, jazz rap. Great beats, great rhymes, awesome use of vocal samples, and minimal use of derogatory terms. The production and sample usage reminds me a lot of MF Doom and Madlib, as well as some of the more hip-hop oriented work released by Ninja Tunes like DJ Vadim, Sixtoo, and also Wax Tailor. It's really smooth and feels like a lost classic.
I love that record as well, L'Orange and Jae make a great pair.


White Suns - Totem

I named this my favourite of 2014 last year and it holds up to that status.
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Old 04-29-2015, 05:23 PM   #11527 (permalink)
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well donno how much longer ill be able to dig this for (its an uncharacteristically cold day today and summer is no place for winter ambient) but for now its perfect. I mean hell this album was literally made and performed on top of a mountain. you can actually hear the sounds of the cable car moving or the wind whistling in the background. could very well be my favorite thing Biosphere has ever been involved with, which is obviously no small feat. don't quote me on that tho, everything he touches is gold.
omg that sounds absolutely delicious
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Old 04-30-2015, 11:54 AM   #11528 (permalink)
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The Magic Whip - Blur

Please, PLEASE, someone make my day & tell me they don't love this album. I'll kill a minority.
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New Alabama Shakes album is really good. A little more psychedelic than their first record (also a good album). I love her voice.
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Killing Joke - Night Time (1985)

It's no secret that I'm a huge Killing Joke fan, but I've always preferred their heavier stuff to their more post-punk/gothic rock material from the mid-to-late '80s. I'm beginning to realize that maybe that was an oversight on my behalf because I am really digging the sound on this album. I've always loved "Love Like Blood" but the mood of that song really shines through the entire album.

All that said though [i]Brighter Than a Thousand Suns (1986) and Outside the Gate (1988) are still wank.
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