I'd be happy with Earl Sweatshirt but you can keep everyone else for the most part.
He is so much differenter and more talenteds then the other ones of those boys
He actually is. Now that he realized he could rap about things besides rape I can recommend him. This song isn't actually too different from a lot of the rap you've mentioned you like. It doesn't always shine through but Doom is one of his biggest influences.
Well bugger me sideways, that was actually really fucking good.
Let's be clear, that's his best song by a wide margin and part of why it's so good is because Flying Lotus' beat is just insane. He's got all of the talent to be one of the best rappers out there, it's just a matter of making sure he puts it all together and doesn't become completely scattershot like the rest of OF (who have about 1/10th the talent that he does).
Post by Geoffrey Jellineck on Nov 5, 2012 16:30:56 GMT -8
Animal Collective- Cause I need to see them chompers again! And by May they'll probably be playing jams off of what will be a new album in like 2014.
B.jork- She had to cancel a lot of the fests she planned on playing this year and she's releasing a remix album in 2 weeks. Hey, maybe she'll play Thunderbolt with Death Grips...
Four Tet/Fridge- Cause Kieran Hebden is a genius and he pretty much never stops touring.
Brian Eno Bucketlister for me! He's got a new album out this month and he hasn't toured much since 2010, it could be within the rhealm of possibilities, hopefully...
Dan Snaith-a-thon Caribou Vibration Ensemle- MIND BLOWING SHIT and perrrfect for the festival setting... Daphni- If Friday is going to be EDM night again, let Snaith school the rave kids. Combo Set with Keiran Hebden (Four Tet)- So they can play Pinnacle and YeYe togeths. They've been playing sets together alot the past few months in Europe.
Soundgarden was amazing live, but I'll admit if it wasn't for the other bands (Mastodon, Queens Of The Stone Age, and Meat Puppets), I probably would't have went. That was a sweet fucking lineup. I'm pretty sure that helped ticket sales a lot. Too bad it didn't start earlier, so all the bands has a decent set time though.
I heard the new album was a little bit of a let down for their big return. That's why some bands are better off without a comeback album. There is so much expectation.
So fucking weird! They're friends with our former roommate and the band crashed at our house back in April when they were recording a live set on KEXP. Now they're like all over the radio and TV commercials and playing festivals and shit...
:-( I hadn't heard that. I really hope that's not the case. He curated the Brighton Festival in 2010 and I haven't seen any tour dates since then but he also hasn't put out any new solo material (aside from soundtrack work) in the last 7 years, until now...