I'm a fan of the earlier Belle and Sebastian stuff but never got into later stuff. I heard this was actually really good so I'm listening to it and so far its really good.
Sink your critical claws into me, /mu/.
the new jesu/sun kil moon album
it sounds like some took mark kozeleks voice and layered it ontop of a jesu song. like a slower, more distorted rollercoaster
which is pretty much what it is I guess
Whaaaaat? You're crazy man, wide eyed is the best track.
>>61958278 you have the same interest in music as one of my good friends, my homie fuckin loves aphex twin as do i. You probably are into Thriftworks right? That dude is amazing was praying he would come to Bonnaroo this year :(
My impression of Metheny and Pastorius has always been that they are fantastic musicians who often opt to play pretty shit music. I got this on the recommendation of a friend but I didn't have really high hopes for it but Goddamn, this is better than anything I've ever heard either of them or Bob Moses play. Except maybe for Metheny's collab with Ornette Coleman.
They're still playing fusion but the chemistry between them, the lengths they go to outperforming each other and the variety in how they play together makes for a really enjoyable listen.
I always forget that it's Jaco on bass - it just doesn't feel like a Jaco-album to me
definitely a high point for Metheny, although I could see a case being made for the recent Kin (←→) being the best Metheny album if you cut all the crap out (crap being Adagia and everything after the title track)
Memes aside, this album is fucking incredible.
It had it's moments but I don't think it's consistently enjoyable as an album. I've only heard it twice but I loved every single track on Bright Size Life.
You can hear bits of Jaco's phrasing and melodic styles come through but he is a lot more tasteful and careful about his playing. It's weird hearing him follow the other two so closely because I'm used to hearing him charge ahead in the lead. He's actually really incredible at comping when he puts his mind to it.
thankfully this has little to do with vaporwave in sound
Exploring post-Pet Sounds Beach Boys, not bad at all
When you get to Surf's Up, do yourself a favour and just listen to Holland and Love You. Bar, Brian's solo stuff and maybe Pacific Ocean Blue, the late stuff is pretty below average to horrendously awful.
>tfw every album i've downloaded from an artist discovered in Grand Theft Auto V has been fantastic.
Thank you based Rockstar
Track: You're not the one That I want.
Album: Still Bummed
Artist: Edmundo Ros And His Orchestra
Tonight is Edgy night
watching this in the background if that counts
love that album more than life itself
For some reason this is always great to listen to in the morning
Wildbirds And Peacedrums - The Snake
I'm really enjoying it. I love Mariam Wallentin's (Fire! Orchestra) voice. Just found out that many of the members of Fire! Orchestra are doing a gig in the woods 40 mins away from me today so might check it out.
I've heard a few odd things from pendulum before but never an album.
Hell never a drum 'n bass album. Figured I'd give one a go that seemed to be generally well received even with a little age on it.
T H E K I N G
I'm using Spotify, but this is what's playing right now
What should i listen to next /mu/
What did you guys think of Holographic Violence?
if anyone is interested in some glitch-hop beats.
Listened to this shit yesterday and hell I'm hopelessly hooked
Just started listening to this band yesterday. I'm liking them so far.
Don't care much for Loveless but holy shit do I love this album. Been spending the last couple hours binging on fast, loud guitar music from the 80s at max volume.
so far so good, just started listening to it. Been really into a weird ass depressing/emotional folk mood lately. listened to Giles Corey for the first time recently and it fucking blew my mind. anything in a similar vein, or hell just anything folky, emotional and weird/experimental would be greatly appreciated
Can't wait for the new Momoclo album to come out next month.
Listening to pic related for the first time. Seems like a very reserved and easy listen for phil.
Heard "Exogenesis: Symphony Part 3 (Redemption)" in a feels thread, thought I'd check out the album.
03886(FZ12-48A) by Aloha Breeze
Fantastic album. I listen to it almost every day.
YOU'RE CRUISIN FOR A BRUISIN
YOU'RE YEARNIN FOR A BURNIN
i fucking love this album
this is my absolute favorite album, the best ever death metal band out of denton and the mess inside are two of the greatest songs ever written imo
resistance tour was the first concert I've ever been to
One of my all-time favorite albums. good on ya.