Post by Horned Gramma on Oct 8, 2012 11:45:09 GMT -8
Bruce Haack - The Electronic Record for Children Death Grips - The Money Store Dire Straits - Brothers in Arms Various - Happy Birthday "Party Time" Death Grips - No Love Deep Web Deerhunter - Cryptograms Guster - Ganging Up on the Sun Lambchop - Nixon Mirah - Advisory Committee The Music Tapes - Music Tapes for Clouds and Tornadoes Panda Bear - Tomboy Portishead - Dummy Alexis Gideon - Video Musics II: Sun Wu-Kong Clem Snide - The Meat of Life Beachwood Sparks - The Tarnished Gold Paul Simon - Songs From the Capeman Future Bible Heroes - The Lonely Robot Pernice Brothers - Goodbye, Killer
Post by Horned Gramma on Oct 8, 2012 12:01:49 GMT -8
Tomboy has automatically fallen into the category of records to be played after 3:00am and before 10:30am, in keeping with my rule regarding maximum restrictions for BPM during the witching hours. It's pleasant; it's not amazing. I don't think it would hold up to much closer scrutiny than it already gets from me -- teasing out the individual elements by paying too close attention to the individual components would probably cause it to fall apart.
Post by Geoffrey Jellineck on Oct 8, 2012 12:27:23 GMT -8
Whaaat? Y'all are crazy. Tomboy puts me into this wonderful, celestrial trance. It's definitely a bit dark and lonely but even with the heavy guitar/synth processing it has this sweet lightness about it.
Post by Geoffrey Jellineck on Oct 8, 2012 12:41:35 GMT -8
Aimee Mann- Bachelor no. 2 Mum- Go Go Smear the Poison Ivy Grizzly Bear- Shields Built to Spill- Perfect From Now On Explosions in the Sky- Take Care, Take Care, Take Care Flying Lotus- Until the Queit Comes Animal Collective- Centipede Hz Dan Deacon- America Deerhoof- Breakup Song
Post by Horned Gramma on Oct 8, 2012 12:56:57 GMT -8
Eh, Tomboy has it's good qualities, but mostly it just sounds like a version of Person Pitch that took him about half as long to make. Half of the songs sound like half of the other songs. Panda's not super-great at building drones.
Post by Geoffrey Jellineck on Oct 8, 2012 14:45:57 GMT -8
Different strokes. I can totally dig on the Panda drone, specifically, Slowmotion and Benefica. I prefer Percussion Panda hands down and Person Pitch was a perfect fucking album that played to his strengths. I just like that Tomboy sounds like he locked himself in a basement and never came out until it was complete. Then again, I'd probably argue with any statement that begins with "Panda's not super-great at..."
Post by Horned Gramma on Oct 8, 2012 14:51:08 GMT -8
I think that he's the least talented of the four. He's an amazing drummer, he's got a beautiful voice. But Avey brings the aggression, Deakin brings the weird and Geologist brings the Eno. Those are the things I like most about Animal Collective. Panda's a little, like, golly gee willikers for my taste.