The new architects album just came out like last week or the week before.
me either, but anything antlers related should be worth checking out I suppose
maybe i'll listen to burst apart now
I don't know.
yep, I think my love for Drum and Bass has rekindled:
The last track on here is really wonderful through headphones. Really thumping smooth bass sound.
The jungle section is really great.
wow.. this is REALLY good for testing low end frequencies on headphones.. I really feel they put them to the test at certain parts.
It's been out for a few months, kind of went under the radar (there's something new) but this is some good stuff.
Chris Robinson Brotherhood's Big Moon Ritual.
Chris was the lead singer of the Black Crowes (who are on an indefinite hiatus) and this band spawned from his touring.
This album is amazing. The producer was very open and let Chris and the band go in and do what they would usually do at a live show, which is a play a song and then go into freeform jams. The best part is, these songs on Big Moon Ritual are original compositions with the jam sessions built in!
The longest track on the album is over eleven minutes (and it's the first), the second longest is nine minutes, and all the other tracks go over the seven minute mark.
The album is excellent from what I've heard so far!
Since the album dropped today there aren't any tracks on Youtube, but here's the first track in live form.
I listened to the first track and liked it a lot. Now I await my record to get here.
Livin' my musical life on the edge, that's how I do it.
I'm gonna get torn a new one for this, but I want to throw it out there; I'm looking forward to the new Black Veil Brides album supposed to be released late 2012.
You should all buy Dick Valentine's album Destroy The Children! Here is a preview!
Neil Young's new album is grand.
It's full of classic Americana that has been given the heavy rock treatment that Neil Young and the band are so good at.
I didn't feel Le Noise so much, the production was a bit too lavish and whatever, I never felt he needed it. This is stripped to the bare bone and it just feels great.
I was not expecting that ending though, I didn't look at the tracklist properly.
Mashups of everything from Judas Priest/Lady Gaga to Freddie Mercury/U2 to Nirvana/Europe to The Beatles/Massive Attack and much more. Good stuff in here, and check out his earlier work.
St Vincent and David Byrne have done an album together. Out in september.
For any of you ambient fans out there, get marconi's exclusive, limited time digital album that contains one of his most iconic sort after peices to date, weightless in HQ MP3 - for free. Link was only available for pre-orders and given out on release (which arrived today, two days early) of his new album so get excited and you are welcome.
just downloaded R.A.P. Music
ace album so far. check it out
can't even handle these beats
Reagan is as of now my favorite song of 2012
There is a shitload of buzz about the new fiona apple. I'll definitely pick that up soon
Yeah, I like it a lot. Although I've been a fan of hers for quite a while now and I have to say it's a lot darker and depressive than her other stuff.
I'm almost put off by her intensity, not really, but it's a big difference in feeling for me. She's changed a lot.
I've never actually heard any of her stuff, I checked out one song and liked it, but she definitely seems like an artist worth exploring
give her "When The Pawn" album a listen. It's brilliant.
Has anyone heard of Tech N9ne? I just found out about this guy and I kinda like it.
Looks painful, but the music is pretty damn good. Lana Del Ray shows up and delivers her sweet voice over this nice thick rhythm. The whole album feels different to your average modern soul record, it is more electronic in how the rhythms are made. Pretty good if you ask me, I thoroughly enjoyed it.
Also Jack White's Blunderbuss is superb imo. I listened to it after listening to The Band and it blended in with the mood I was in. Superb.
I try, but it feels as though it's gonna break if I do it. :(