As a rule, the whole 80s inspired synth-pop thing is not my bag, but Murder Vibes are just dark and dreamy enough for me. They've got a cool Depeche Mode thing going that really rustles my jimmies. I know they're still just local, but it's a damn shame that they are playing the smallest stage at 1:00 opposite the guy from Arcade Fire. I don't plan on missing them, even though I'm sure they'll be back with a proper time slot in the next couple years; I'm predicting big things from them. Anyways, get up early on Saturday and go see Murder Vibes.
Thanks for sharing. I'm actually really digging that track. I'll definitely be checking out their set.
So the new Kendrick album is already blowing up and getting crazy critical acclaim from just about everywhere. It looks like his first show following the release of To Pimp a Butterfly will be at Sasquatch. This is gonna be a really special set, I can feel it.
Bjork - Vulnicura Panda Bear - Panda Bear Meets the Grim Reaper Dan Deacon - Gliss Riffer Father John Misty - I Love You, Honeybear Kendrick Lamar - To Pimp a Butterfly Death Grips - Fashion Week Death Grips - The Powers That B (I already know I'm gonna love it)
Holy shit this album destroyed me. My Mom passed away last August, and it's really been hard on me. This album is just what I needed to hear at this time in my life. I almost burst into tears listening through it, which very few albums have made me do. Fucking Sufjan, man. He just knows how to tug on my heart strings.
Just listened to the new album. It's alright I guess. I think it's better than their last two but not by much. It's probably their strangest record to date, but a lot of the weirdness seemed way too forced. I could tell that they were trying to incorporate their older style into the album, which is cool. But they still have that same sound from Good News that I'm not a fan of so that brings it down a bit for me. Overall, I'd give it a 7/10. Still gonna be a fucking blast at Sasquatch.