What Are You Listening To?
lifetimeofnot last edited by
I've been listening to the album Teens of Denial by the band Car Seat Headrest. It's an Lternative rock album that released last year but sounds like it came out around 2004. It's got a solid mix of soft and loud tracks with the two biggest standouts being drunk drivers/killer whales (soft) and destroyed by hippy powers (loud.)
I would highly recommend this album to fans of Franz Ferdinand, the shins, the killers, super grass, the white stripes exc. This band doesn't really sound like any of those bands but if you like those you will probably like this.
SpideySon last edited by SpideySon
@lifetimeofnot one of the greats, same here
All King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard stuff - particularly Paper Mache Dream Balloon, which for some reason I will forever associate with Dark Souls 3 (Trapdoor is such a dark souls song and that video too)
Ty Segall - Emotional Mugger and all others (the new self titled album is great)
Wand - Ganglion Reef
Foxygen ...and Star Power
Chance the Rapper
other stuff but can't think of any more
SpideySon last edited by
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Figured I would share a remarkable cover for a game known for its soundtrack. Juicy!
J_K_Day last edited by
I like to pick up a new album every weekend for my collection, the most recent being this gorgeous monstrosity:
Don't know about the overall status of Ally metal fandom, but I'm perfectly happy to carry the flag solo if needs be...
In old news, I've loved this song from the very moment I've heard it but it seemingly keeps popping up randomly for me the past week. If I was forced to do a top 10 song list, I think it would rank - but even the thought of constructing such a list gives me anxiety.
Also! Animal Collective dropped their new EP today. Back in my days of lesser sobriety, this band was an absolute must listen, but as I've aged along with them, I've found their previous two releases to lack any sort of cohesion, instead going for abrasive dissonance. This EP however is a return to their more fluid form, certainly worth a listen.
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yeah I don't know why either. But I dig it. All three albums in general (Sounds, Silence, and Moods) but this is a personal favorite.
El Shmiablo last edited by
Been listening to a lot of trillwave lately.
Enjoying this little subsection of AMVs made exclusively with trillwave.
The new Spoon is out!
Unfortunately, my favorite tracks haven't found YouTube releases yet but it's definitely deserving of the great reviews it has been receiving. Excellent production combined with a band invested in fully exploring their sound has resulted in an incredible album with layered goodness. More of an emphasis on the keys as well; I honestly felt some distorted Billy Joel vibes flowing through tracks like First Caress. The first great album of 2017 has arrived.
There's also a new Real Estate so I'll update on that one once I've given it a spin.
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These are a few of my favorite artists that I think deserve more recognition!
SabotageTheTruth last edited by SabotageTheTruth
Future Islands is a band that has been in the biz for a long while but didn't really find success until their last release, thanks to some really great late night show performances that went viral. I quickly made sure to catch a show of theirs after hearing of them and I gotta say, probably one of the best live acts I've ever had the pleasure of catching/dancing to. This album is another one from them that is just great all around, solid tone throughout, with more introspective lyrics than what I was expecting. Worth a listen.
I really wanna check out Joni Mitchell now thanks to the most recent Frame Trap.
Faaip last edited by Faaip
@SabotageTheTruth Future Islands is a great band! They're locals where I went to school so I was lucky enough to catch them live a couple times.
In other news.. a friend of mine got me listening to a lot of Brand New again. I was never a huge fan but I'm really enjoying rediscovering them so to speak
@Faaip The Devil and God are Raging Inside Me happens to be my favorite album of all time. I was lucky enough to see them perform all of it up in Seattle back in 2007.
Faaip last edited by
@SabotageTheTruth Dude nice! It really is an incredible album. I hear they're breaking up in 2018.. so I'm definitely gonna try to catch them live before that happens.
@Faaip In the great words of Ian Hinck, "LCD Soundsystem is playing Coachella this year. Sometimes a finale isn't really final, you know?" So I'm hoping they don't break up but it certainly has been awhile since they released anything.
Faaip last edited by Faaip
@SabotageTheTruth That's true, a lot of bands come back after "breaking up". I'm hoping The Chariot does that heheh I never got to see them live.. oh and for the love of god Fugazi
gaarathedancingpanda last edited by
Lately, lots of They Might Be Giants. Especially the older stuff.
Probably because I was in New York, and they mention NYC a lot in their older songs, so it was cool to go to places they mention or where they filmed their videos.
Don't Let's Start was somewhere I actually got to go to the filming location of (the old 1964 New York State Pavilion in Corona Park, Queens)
Inustar last edited by Inustar
I've been pretty obsessed with Rag'n'Bone Man lately. The video for Hell Yeah is also one of a few videos that effects me emotionally. He first came to my attention though from the Mass Effect Andromeda trailer.
Also been pretty obsessed with violin/cello covers of video game or anime music.
RayneSol last edited by
Besides the wonderful smooth jazz coming from Persona 5, Kendrick Lamar - DAMN.
@Rayne5 That smooth jazz is addicting. I could never get into Kendrick Lamar before but everyone seems to be enjoying DAMN so I should give him another go.