Black Dice - Chocolate Cherry Koen Holtkamp - Field Rituals Built to Spill - Ultimate Alternative Wavers Deerhunter - Monomania Mountains - Centralia Bjork - Biophilia Boards of Canada - Tomorrow's Harvest Bjork - Post Mum - Go Go Smear the Poison Ivy
Bon Iver - Bon Iver Volcano Choir - Unmap Arcade Fire - Funeral Kanye West - My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy Atoms for Peace - AMOK Broken Social Scene - You Forgot It In People CHVRCHES - Recover - EP Hodgy Beats - Untitled EP 2 Mumford & Sons - The Road to Red Rocks (Live) - Even after their rowdy early afternoon Wookie Stage set in 2010, I was never much into Mumford & Sons until their Sunday night set this year. I think their live energy really sold their show for me. This live album captures that energy pretty well. Beck - Defriended (Single) Kanye West - Live @ Coachella, 4-17-11 Death Cab for Cutie - Transatlanticism Capital Cities - In a Tidal Wave of Mystery Godspeed You! Black Emperor - Allelujah! Don't Bend! Ascend! Divine Fits - Chained to Love / Ain't That the Way - Single Boards of Canada - Music Has the Right to Children Disclosure - Settle
The National - Trouble Will Find Me Grimes - Visions Led Zep - IV The Beatles - Rubber Soul Black Mountain - Wilderness Heart Pink Mountaintops - Outside Love Daft Punk - RAM Vampire Weekend - MVOTC FD - Dance to the Bass Wings - London Town Paul McCartney - RAM Pink Floyd - Meddle
Post by Accelerated Cheese on Jun 11, 2013 13:42:05 GMT -5
Sigur Rós – Kveikur Wolf Parade - At Mount Zoomer Wolf Parade - Expo 86 Wolf Parade - Apologies To The Queen Mary Starfucker - Starfucker Starfucker - Reptilians Starfucker - Miracle Mile Alt-J - An Awesome Wave TEED - Trouble TEED - Remixes Portugal. The Man - All Daft Punk - Homework Daft Punk - RAM Daft Punk - Discovery Handsome Furs - Plague Park Handsome Furs - Sound kapital Handsome Furs - Face Control Sunset Rubdown - Dragonslayer Sunset Rubdown - Random Spirit Lover
What's everyone's opinion of Kveikur so far? It's arguably their hardest hitting and most accessible album they've ever written. I'm not entirely sure it will even make it into my favorite albums list for 2013, but it's definitely an important and interesting twist in Sigur Ros' ever-evolving discography. Fox said this might finally be the album that opens the door to their other releases for him, so I'd be very satisfied if this ends up turning into a great introductory album for people new to the band.
Post by Accelerated Cheese on Jun 11, 2013 14:07:07 GMT -5
I really like it, However I think that it benefits from the fact that I was able to see some of the songs live before the album came out so there is already a sense of "nostalgia" associated with it...I agree with the statement that it is there most "easily accessible" album and my only real problem with the album is that it seems almost too short, but good things often do.
I actually think it would have been really awesome if they released it alongside Valtari as a double album. It almost sounds like the heavy counterpiece to that one, which was one of the quieter albums they've ever put out. Sort of a light and dark contrast. Opeth's "Deliverance and Damnation" release was such a cool fucking idea in that same sense.
Post by Accelerated Cheese on Jun 11, 2013 16:57:06 GMT -5
I am making my way through the new Laura Marling - Once I Was An Eagle..The thing that sticks out to me is how beautiful and seamless the transitions between songs are, so much so, I was having a hard time realizing when one song ended and another began and all of a sudden the mood would change but it would be halfway through a song..