Post by Dr. Burrito Crane on Jan 2, 2014 16:16:08 GMT -8
Pixies - Doolittle John Talabot - ƒIN Van Morrison - Tupelo Honey Pixies - Complete 'B' Sides Fuck Buttons - Slow Focus Melt-Banana - fetch Ty Segall - Sleeper Excepter - Christisland Excepter - Familiar Animal Collective - Centipede Hz / Singles Animal Collective - Strawberry Jam Black Dice - Load Blown Black Dice - Chocolate Cherry Falcon (Ex-Circle) - Frontier Dirty Projectors - Bitte Orca / Ascending Melody Akron/Family - Sub Verses Van Morrison - St. Dominic's Preview Four Tet - 0181 Four Tet - Beautiful Rewind They Might Be Giants - They Might Be Giants Four Tet - Pink Built to Spill - There's Nothing Wrong With Love NOFX - Coaster NOFX - Cokie the Clown Odd Nosdam - Burner Death Grips - Government Plates Brian Eno - Ambient 1: Music for Airports The Band - Music from Big Pink The Band - The Band Pinback - Blue Screen Life Brian Eno - Ambient 4: On Land Follakzoid - EP Four Tet - FACT Mix The Field - Cupid's Head Built to Spill - You In Reverse Chuck Mangione - Disguise Mountains - Centralia Mum - Smilewound Julianna Barwick - Nepenthe Excepter - Vacation / Forget Me Excepter - Debt Dept. Excepter - Burgers / The Punjab
Chance The Rapper- Acid Rap Earl Sweatshirt- Doris Radiohead- OK Computer Beck- Mellow Gold Radiohead- Kid A Beck- Midnite Vultures Del the Funky Homosapien- Iller Than Most Pixies- EP-2 Beck- Mutations Stephen Malkmus & The Jicks- Wig Out at Jagbags
Post by Dr. Burrito Crane on Jan 3, 2014 22:56:40 GMT -8
Black Dice - Roll Up / Drool Black Dice / Animal Collective - Wastered Death Grips - Government Plates Oneohtrix Point Never - R Plus Seven Excepter - Familiar Pavement - Slanted & Enchanted Excepter - Christisland Excepter - LATE Excepter - 2013/11/01 Body Actualized Tim Hecker - Virgins Mountains - Mountains Mountains Mountains Mountains - Tour CD Mountains - Etching Mountains - Centralia Stars of the Lid - Avec Laudenum Excepter - Self Destruction
The Internet- Feel Good Radiohead- In Rainbows The Glitch Mob- Drink the Sea Volcano Choir- Unmap Mutual Benefit- Love's Crushing Diamond Factory Floor- Factory Floor Beyoncé- BEYONCÉ Stephen Malkmus & The Jicks- Wig Out at Jagbags - I love this album. I might be the biggest Malkmus fan on the board besides Lumpy, but I think this is a great album.
I can't believe they are actually going to play at Sasquatch. I think I am going to stand a little bit back during their set so I can people watch, too. I want to see the facial expressions on some of the people passing by.
R.L. Kelly - Life's a Bummer Infinity Crush - Sometimes Even In My Dreams I Am Yohuna - Revery Dum Dum Girls - Too True Sky Ferreira - Night Time, My Time Stephen Malkmus & the Jicks - Wig Out at Jagbags Mogwai - Rave Tapes Steve Hauschildt - Tragedy & Geometry
Post by Dr. Burrito Crane on Jan 9, 2014 4:18:08 GMT -8
Built to Spill - They Got Away / Rearrange Excepter - Familiar Excepter - 2013/01/11 Body Actualized Oneohtrix Point Never - Replica Oneohtrix Point Never - Returnal Oneohtrix Point Never - Rifts Four Tet - 0181 Four Tet - Jupiters / Ocoras Four Tet - 128 Harps Four Tet - Beautiful Rewind Bonobo - The North Borders Built to Spill - The Normal Years
Post by Professor Pancakes on Jan 9, 2014 15:33:19 GMT -8
The National - Trouble Will Find Me
I really want to like these guys, but this album is just not doing it for me. I mean it's really pretty, but it's so damn sad. Next time I'm stoned and crying (which is more often than. I care to admit), I'll probably put it on and it will be just right. But sober and happy, I have a hard time getting through. I guess what I'm getting at is, should I bother with their older stuff or will it be more of the same? Any specific suggestions?
Alligator and Boxer are probably their 2 best albums so I'd listen to at least one of those. They're definitely one of those bands that don't click immediately and their albums practically define the term "grower." If nothing else, I'd get at least a little familiar with their discography even if it doesn't do much for you because their live show is on a whole nother level. I would go see them even if you're worried you might find them boring.
Post by Professor Pancakes on Jan 9, 2014 17:16:43 GMT -8
Thanks. I'm trying to get more familiar with their discography since everyone is so apeshit about their live show that I figured there must be something to them. I'm sure it will grow on me after a few listens. It's weird, it's like I listen to it and my brain knows it's good, but my soul just doesn't feel it. I'll definitely give those albums a few listens.
Post by Goldbart der Hexenmeister on Jan 9, 2014 18:22:53 GMT -8
I went way back into my catalogue and I'm playing old Turkish March music.
It's pretty important stuff when you analyze the scope of where a lot of Western Music developed from.
Also how cool would it be if a Mehter played Sasquatch?
For those who don't know the Ottoman Turks were some of the first troops to actually march into battle accompanied by music and a rhythmic beat, flowing back and forth slowly, European armies and levies would shit their pants as the Yeni Ceri (Janissaries) slowly ebbed towards them until breaking into a final battle formation and charge.
Clams Casino - Instrumental Tape 3 Clipse - Hell Hath No Fury Electric Six - Fire (Dug out the CD while drunk with friends and now I can't stop listening) Kraftwerk - Trans-Europe Express Mutual Benefit - Love's Crushing Diamond Neurosis - Times of Grace Shahmen - Enter the Circle St. Vincent - Strange Mercy Thom Yorke - The Eraser Whirr - Pipe Dreams
Post by Professor Pancakes on Jan 11, 2014 14:21:46 GMT -8
Man Man - On Oni Pond Man Man - Life Fantastic Puscifer - Conditions of my Parole Joanna Gruesome - Weird Sisters Deafheaven - Sunbather Deafheaven - Roads to Judah Fuck Buttons - Slow Focus Deadmau5 - 4x4=12 The Crystal Method - The Crystal Method The National - Trouble Will Find Me The National - Boxer
Thanks for the recommendation on Boxer; I definitely liked it more than TWFM, but they are both growing on me still. I still haven't dug into Alligator yet, but I'm sure I'll burn through their discography a few times before Sasquatch.
Post by Badchoices on Jan 12, 2014 16:47:57 GMT -8
Grizzly Bear - Veckatimest Radiohead - The King Of Limbs Deadkill - No, Never! Danny Brown - Old The Dead Weather - Sea Of Cowards Foals - Holy Fire Portugal. The Man - Church Mouth Portugal. The Man - The Mountain In The Clouds Beirut - March Of The Zapotec & Realpeople Holland
I made an excel spreadsheet with all of my vinyl today. Time to insure these bad boys. It has become quite a hefty collection over the years. Feeling proud