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Old 12-24-2019, 01:14 PM   #531 (permalink)
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OOIOO - n i j i m s u

This is easily one of their best albums, if not their best which is saying a LOT.
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Old 12-25-2019, 07:54 AM   #533 (permalink)
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Andrea Marutti – Sleepless Nights | Lysergic Mornings

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If i havent heard one piece of material recorded in 2019, i would have been fine. that said, here’s some good stuff that came out this year:

Swans,
Purple Mountains,
Carla dal Forno.

then here’s some other albums i enjoyed, tho i wouldnt call it best of anything or something of the year. just a bunch of good records.

Stephen Malkmus, Big Thief’s both albums, Freddie Gibbs & Madlib, DJ Muggs & Mach-Hommie, Dury Dava, the Flaming Lips, Fontaines DC.

Iggy Pop is incredible on stage even ain his 70's. I also very much enjoyed Max Cooper’s live performance, his record is okay but it seems the visual part was pretty important too.

Track of the year: Not by Big Thief.
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If i havent heard one piece of material recorded in 2019, i would have been fine. that said, here’s some good stuff that came out this year:

Swans,
Purple Mountains,
Carla dal Forno.

then here’s some other albums i enjoyed, tho i wouldnt call it best of anything or something of the year. just a bunch of good records.

Stephen Malkmus, Big Thief’s both albums, Freddie Gibbs & Madlib, DJ Muggs & Mach-Hommie, Dury Dava, the Flaming Lips, Fontaines DC.

Iggy Pop is incredible on stage even ain his 70's. I also very much enjoyed Max Cooper’s live performance, his record is okay but it seems the visual part was pretty important too.

Track of the year: Not by Big Thief.
Great post. I’d be interested in your top whatever tracks of the year.
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Old 12-29-2019, 06:09 PM   #536 (permalink)
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I’d be interested in your top whatever tracks of the year.
hmm i usually think of things in album terms.
But, some days ago, i had to choose some 2019 songs for a friend's radio broadcast so here's the list i 've made:

Purple Mountains – That’s Just the Way That I Feel, Margaritas at the Mall
Carla dal Forno - I'm Conscious, Don't Follow Me, Took a Long Time
Minami Deutsch - Can't Get There
10,000 Russos - Runnin' Escapin'
Freddie Gibbs & Madlib – Flat tummy tea
DJ Muggs & Mach-Hommie- Piotr
BEAK> - life goes on
Aesop Rock & TOBACCO - Acid King
the Flaming Lips- Feedaloodum Beedle Dot
Karen O & Danger Mouse – Redeemer
Rustin Man - Vanishing Heart
Matana Roberts - Her Mighty Waters Run
Stephen Malkmus - Ocean of Revenge
Big Thief - Strange, Not
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Irreversible Entanglements - Homeless/Global

Firy, off the hook free/spiritual jazz with spoken word from Camae Awae (aka Moor Mother). So damn good, they played this at the Big Ears set that made me a massive fan of them. I need to rethink that list I posted earlier.
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Petter Eldh - Koma Saxo

Funky experimental otherworldly jazz goodness. This slaps, my dudes.
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Pile
Green and Gray

Fantastic rock record.

EDIT: More thoughts. This album is much more fleshed out than their last two records. They really build a nice tempo with some really hard and driving tracks and then slip into more melancholy vibes with ease. There's a lot of bands that tend to do this and sometimes not well (Deafheaven) but I think Pile really commands full control over this record and they know what the f*ck they're trying to do and it sounds great.
Been coming back to this one quite a bit lately, it's definitely a confident embracement of their sound. The production is really top notch too.
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The big slap of 2019 -> Fontaines D.C. Dogrel
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