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Old 01-21-2013, 01:38 AM   #9061 (permalink)
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A Black Hippy album would be neat though. I too absolutely love Section. 80, I prefer it over Good Kid.
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Old 01-21-2013, 07:43 AM   #9062 (permalink)
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I quite liked Ab-Soul's Control System, not on first listen mind you.
After I came back to it, it definitely grew on me. There are some great hooks and top production. Not the most articulate of rappers but still more than capable of spitting a good verse.
Jay Rock and Schoolboy Q, not so much.
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Old 01-21-2013, 07:32 PM   #9063 (permalink)
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I quite liked Ab-Soul's Control System, not on first listen mind you.
After I came back to it, it definitely grew on me. There are some great hooks and top production. Not the most articulate of rappers but still more than capable of spitting a good verse.
Jay Rock and Schoolboy Q, not so much.
I downloaded Control System, so I'll get back to you about it. As for Jay Rock and Schoolboy Q, I enjoy them.
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Old 01-22-2013, 01:55 PM   #9064 (permalink)
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Hey I'm new here, but I just came across these local Torontonians that I'm really digging called Big Frasier.
Kind of a Black Keys/ Dead Weather sort of sound.
If you know of anything similar to this I'm always up for new suggestions!
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Listening to "Chrome" and "Ferment" by Catherine Wheel for the millionth time. Not sure I have heard any better British Rock albums.
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Doom goes hard on this album ("Banished" is Doom's hardest song), and J.J has some abrasive production going on. I'm totally into this
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Old 01-22-2013, 05:10 PM   #9067 (permalink)
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My favorite album at the moment is Fire makes Thunder by OSI!
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Old 01-22-2013, 05:36 PM   #9068 (permalink)
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Planete - Blu

Trancey, psych instrumental going on. I randomly clicked the album on Spotify and it's quite delicious
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Etron Fou Leloublan - Batelages

An awesome album from this French Rock In Opposition group. It's made up of the typical rock group format plus a saxophonist. The group is primarily avant-prog, but contains elements of jazz, punk, and all around badassery. The vocals are primarily ranting screeching in French that sounds almost like a spoken word poem at times (too bad I can't understand French), and there is also some heavy Canterbury influence on this album as well.

This album is offbeat, surprisingly accessible, and a blast all the way through. I can't wait to get into their other albums. Check out this opener (my favourite on the album):

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Yo La Tengo - Fade

Just like nearly every Yo La Tengo albums (except maybe I Can Hear the Heart Beating As One), it took quite a few listens for this albums to sink in. And just like nearly every Yo La Tengo album, once it does, I can't stop listening to it. There are many sides to Yo La Tengo, and on some albums they remain remarkably consistent and on some they are all over the map. Here they are playing their consistent game, but they are hitting on some of the more indulgent experimental vibes they explored on Summer Sun or And Then Nothing Turned Itself Inside Out and condensing them into pure indie pop pleasure. Man, I love these guys.
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