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Exo 04-14-2022 11:08 AM

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Daniel Rossen
You Belong There

Frontman of Grizzly Bear finally released his first solo LP and it's divine. I'm really only a fan of their LP Yellow House and this is reminiscent of that sound with a bit more maturity. Excellent chamber folk with amazing production and songwriting. Superb.

adidasss 04-15-2022 01:59 AM

Yeah I heard it, it's like half of Grizzly bear. If you like that one you should listen to the rest of the GB albums (again?), it's more or less split half and half between the stuff you can find on You belong there and the more pop-oriented sounds (brought by Droste?).

Exo 04-15-2022 09:55 AM

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Originally Posted by adidasss (Post 2203407)
Yeah I heard it, it's like half of Grizzly bear. If you like that one you should listen to the rest of the GB albums (again?), it's more or less split half and half between the stuff you can find on You belong there and the more pop-oriented sounds (brought by Droste?).

I liked the other three albums enough to not dislike them I guess. They just never had that Yellow House kind of melancholy I loved so much about it. Droste and Taylor most likely contributed a lot towards that but I think Rossen and Bears drumming were/are the highlights of that band and this album just magnifies that.

Psy-Fi 04-22-2022 06:58 AM

I've been waiting for The Surfrajettes to release a debut album and here it is...



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The Surfrajettes - Roller Fink (2022)



The Surfrajettes unveil new LP "Roller Fink"!

jadis 04-23-2022 10:44 AM

One of his string of masterpieces from the 1970s

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rubber soul 04-23-2022 10:50 AM

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Originally Posted by jadis (Post 2203839)
One of his string of masterpieces from the 1970s

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Eno was incredible in the seventies. Also love Here Come the Warm Jets and Another Green World, back in the days when he was just known as Eno.

music_collector 04-24-2022 07:56 PM

I've always known Eno as a producer first, I guess due to the U2 connection. I'll have to give his own music a listen at some point. The Passengers collaboration he did with U2 was pretty good.

ManifestBlasphemy666 05-06-2022 11:17 AM


Ayn Marx 06-02-2022 07:47 PM


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elphenor 06-14-2022 08:47 AM

Cola- Deep in View

Tim Darcy and a couple of members from the now dissolved Ought made an album long distance style over the pandemic and while it lacks some of the immediacy of previous releases, it's worth the listen


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