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Old 01-17-2013, 07:10 PM   #9051 (permalink)
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One hearty recommendation for Sun Kil Moon's Ghosts of the Great Highway. Fantastic album.

I'm enjoying the poop out of Cloudkicker's discography. He's a one man show mainly doing things in the prog-metal/post-rock niche. It's all very melodic and well-produced. For fans of Isis, Pelican, etc

From his latest, post-rock-y release, Fade.


From an earlier, djent-y release, beacons.
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Old 01-17-2013, 11:27 PM   #9052 (permalink)
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One hearty recommendation for Sun Kil Moon's Ghosts of the Great Highway. Fantastic album.
Definitely. And if anyone wants more Kozelek, I recommend going back to Red House Painters. The guy has not aged well and his music shows it.

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Nice. That reminds me of when the stuff was fresh.



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Old 01-18-2013, 11:45 AM   #9053 (permalink)
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Cardiacs - The Seaside

Goddammit, I love this band. They should probably have their own genre all to themselves. Almost as good as On Land and In the Sea. Still mental.
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Old 01-18-2013, 03:05 PM   #9054 (permalink)
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Weasel Walter - Early Recordings 1988-1991

Awesome heavy free-form jazz shit right here. All about the place.
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One hearty recommendation for Sun Kil Moon's Ghosts of the Great Highway. Fantastic album.

I'm enjoying the poop out of Cloudkicker's discography. He's a one man show mainly doing things in the prog-metal/post-rock niche. It's all very melodic and well-produced. For fans of Isis, Pelican, etc

From his latest, post-rock-y release, Fade.


From an earlier, djent-y release, beacons.
Cloudkicker is amazing. I've been happy with every one of his releases from the beginning. His work under his name B.M. Sharp is alright too if not a bit more melodic.
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Old 01-19-2013, 02:30 PM   #9056 (permalink)
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Julee Cruise - Floating Into the Night

Somehow I only heard of this album recently. Absolutely amazing stuff. I can totally understand why David Lynch chose a few tracks to soundtrack Twin Peaks. (and I didn't know before listening, so that was a nice surprise)
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Old 01-19-2013, 03:56 PM   #9057 (permalink)
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Cardiacs - The Seaside

Goddammit, I love this band. They should probably have their own genre all to themselves. Almost as good as On Land and In the Sea. Still mental.
What do they sound like?
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Post/art punk/prog rock. Reedy British shouting. Absolutely spastic, with constant time/key changes and a myriad of instruments. And seriously great melody.

I'd recommend On Land and In the Sea before The Seaside though.
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Kendrick Lamar's Section. 80 and Good Kid Maad city

both fantastic hip hop albums. It's only a matter of time till Black Hippy make a full length album.
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I don't like any other member of Black Hippy to be honest. Absolutely love Section.80 though.
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