I think for a brief moment, Sigur Ros defied the existence of existence and created our own parallel dimension where all dimensions became meaningless and we were joined together in a massive spiritual oneness of Icelandic mojo.
Post by badchoices on Feb 19, 2013 18:10:07 GMT -5
Thanks for the recommendations on Akron/Family. I am moving them to the top of my records to purchase next list.
How To Destroy Angels - Welcome Oblivion Death Grips - The Money Store Tame Impala - Innerspeaker Toman - Postrockhits Volume II RGC - 3 Torche - Harmonicraft Dog Shredder - Brass Tactics Dog Shredder - Boss Rhino EP
Arctic Monkeys- Favourite Worst Nightmare Alt-J- An Awesome Wave Phoenix- Wolfgang Amadeux Phoenix Macklemore & Ryan Lewis- The Heist Foals- Holy Fire The Postal Service- Give Up Modest Mouse- The Moon & Antarctica Dirty Projectors- Swing Lo Magellan Macklemore- The Language of My World Andrew Bird- Armchair Apocrypha
Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds - Push The Sky Away Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds - Dig Lazarus Dig How to Destroy Angels - Welcome Oblivion Bvdub - A Careful Ecstasy Cloud Cult - Love Puscifer - V Is for vaginer Flume - Flume Nails - Abandon All Life Lusine - The Waiting Room
I would have never expected anyone to have heard of this on here and I think you would be the person I'd have been the least likely to guess if I tried. How'd you come across it?
I would have never known about that album if it wasn't for a record club that I was in. Graveface Records (out of Savannah, GA) have a records club where you pay a fee and you get everything they put out for the next 10 releases. I did two different rounds with them and thought I was done. I received a package from them recently by surprise and The Human Eye was in it.
I can't say that I love/like everything that I have received from Graveface but it is fun getting albums that I would never have heard otherwise. How do you know that band?
Edit: Regarding the Cloud Cult discussion, Happy Hippo all the way!
Last Edit: Feb 21, 2013 1:36:50 GMT -5 by badchoices
They're a local band from Minneapolis and they opened for a show I saw one time. Haley Bonar is pretty famous around here for her solo stuff so they're relatively well known around here but mostly just as a curiosity. I wouldn't say I'm really a fan but it was enjoyable enough stuff.