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_tunic_ 05.21.2021 12:19 PM

 


https://thielemanseric.bandcamp.com/...ut-the-weather

I had bought this album upon release, then forgotten about it. It's actually very cool music, and sounds wonderful as well. Two drummers of different generations but knowing another for 25 years jamming together.

_tunic_ 05.21.2021 01:19 PM

 


https://milanknizak.bandcamp.com/album/broken-music

Bought this together with the Thielemans & Hart album, and never played until now.
Super weird but very intriguing. Sounds as if you're listening to the radio and consistently change rhythmically between channels

Diesel 05.21.2021 05:17 PM

Listening to the new Facs gig and Soko: whilst contrasting the lack of Facs' kitchen sink emotion compared to Skoko Morrissey worship I came up with a track list for a future kill yasell skronk fest that I'm happy to share. Cheers.

I'm an alcoholic
I'm fucked
Give me drugs
Fuck life
Fake happy ignorant cunts
Get a load of this shit
Get some passion you boring cunt
Ambitious arrogant cunt
Footballers are childish cunts
Fuck life... again
Life after the smiths is pointless
Fuck ye

First time I've came up with titles before music?! Fucks gan on? Anyway, should be a fucking banger!

The Soup Nazi 05.21.2021 05:49 PM

 

_tunic_ 05.23.2021 06:27 AM

 


The Cure - Pornography- live in Berlin

_tunic_ 05.23.2021 12:19 PM

 


The Cure - The Top - full album live

This sounds much more fun as I recalled. Probably haven't listened to all these songs in twenty years!
Heck, I should even still have the vinyl stored in a box in my cellar...

The Soup Nazi 05.23.2021 04:45 PM

 

_tunic_ 05.24.2021 10:21 AM


 

!@#$%! 05.24.2021 02:23 PM

 


2020 compilation release for 4+ ultrapleasant hours

https://www.allmusic.com/album/the-finest-mw0003461481

The Soup Nazi 05.24.2021 06:24 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by _tunic_

Quote:

Originally Posted by Diesel
Listening to the new Facs gig [...]


Present Tense is Bandcamp's "album of the day":

https://daily.bandcamp.com/album-of-...t-tense-review

Nice if it means it'll shift a few more units, but good LAWD am I sick of the term "post-punk" being tagged on anyone who didn't do their shit when post-punk actually happened. I understand FACS' influences clearly reflect that era, but even still, "post-punk" was very diverse anyway. High time to get rid of it as a stylistic label.

Antagon 05.26.2021 05:27 PM

 

Squid - Bright Green Field



Solid Post-Punk revival with some Dancepunk elements and vocals that settle somewhere between Talking Heads-era David Byrne and James Chance. Musically, it's more the former than the latter. Solid so far, not phenomenal, though some songs are standouts indeed. It may grow on me more some day.

Antagon 05.27.2021 02:36 PM

 



After their fantastic first full-length outing "Surfeit Of Gemütlich", which dwelled in dark Speakeasy bars and sleazy Cabarets, and which I never tire of calling a wonderful contemporary companion piece to Bauhaus's classic sophomore album "Mask", they are back with their magnificent followup "Battle/Choice/Luxe". Leaning heavier into the Deathrock territory and venturing even deeper into avantgardistic and more minimalist terrain, that sweet noirish sax-sound is still very present - making for a well-rounded listen. Much like the cover artwork suggests, the decadent tendencies of yesteryear are now starting to decay and have come to haunt us, a notion underscored by more dissonant compositions. Delivering an exhillerating, politically-charged listen, Battle/Choice/Luxe is another triumph by one of the most promising projects on the Deathrock/Post-Punk/Avantgarde horizon right now.

Antagon 05.27.2021 02:36 PM

 



After their fantastic first full-length outing "Surfeit Of Gemütlich", which dwelled in dark Speakeasy bars and sleazy Cabarets, and which I never tire of calling a wonderful contemporary companion piece to Bauhaus's classic sophomore album "Mask", they are back with their magnificent followup "Battle/Choice/Luxe". Leaning heavier into the Deathrock territory and venturing even deeper into avantgardistic and more minimalist terrain, that sweet noirish sax-sound is still very present - making for a well-rounded listen. Much like the cover artwork suggests, the decadent tendencies of yesteryear are now starting to decay and have come to haunt us, a notion underscored by more dissonant compositions. Delivering an exhillerating, politically-charged listen, Battle/Choice/Luxe is another triumph by one of the most promising projects on the Deathrock/Post-Punk/Avantgarde horizon right now.

_tunic_ 05.28.2021 12:06 AM


 



Soup made me. Thanks :)
One of the best albums ever made, in Belgium at least.

!@#$%! 05.28.2021 01:02 PM

speaking of postpunk (lmao, the rage) the creation of a kim gordon station on my music app led me to this "postpunk" band, which suddenly i like tons

 

The Soup Nazi 05.28.2021 03:04 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by !@#$%!
speaking of postpunk (lmao, the rage)


These things matter.

_tunic_ 05.29.2021 03:53 AM

 


Lou Barlow has a new solo album, filled with the usual ukulele strummings

_tunic_ 05.29.2021 03:54 AM

 


Lou Barlow has a new solo album, filled with the usual ukulele strummings

_tunic_ 05.29.2021 03:54 AM

 


Lou Barlow has a new solo album, filled with the usual ukulele strummings

_tunic_ 05.29.2021 03:55 AM

 


Lou Barlow has a new solo album, filled with the usual ukulele strummings

_tunic_ 05.29.2021 03:55 AM

 


Lou Barlow has a new solo album, filled with the usual ukulele strummings

_tunic_ 05.29.2021 03:55 AM

 


Lou Barlow has a new solo album, filled with the usual ukulele strummings

_tunic_ 05.29.2021 03:55 AM

 


Lou Barlow has a new solo album, filled with the usual ukulele strummings

_tunic_ 05.29.2021 03:56 AM

 


Lou Barlow has a new solo album, filled with the usual ukulele strummings

_tunic_ 05.29.2021 03:56 AM

 


Lou Barlow has a new solo album, filled with the usual ukulele strummings

_tunic_ 05.29.2021 03:57 AM

 


Lou Barlow has a new solo album, filled with the usual ukulele strummings

_tunic_ 05.29.2021 03:57 AM

 


Lou Barlow has a new solo album, filled with the usual ukulele strummings

_tunic_ 05.29.2021 03:57 AM

 


Lou Barlow has a new solo album, filled with the usual ukulele strummings

_tunic_ 05.29.2021 03:57 AM

 


Lou Barlow has a new solo album, filled with the usual ukulele strummings

_tunic_ 05.29.2021 03:57 AM

 


Lou Barlow has a new solo album, filled with the usual ukulele strummings

_tunic_ 05.29.2021 03:58 AM

 


Lou Barlow has a new solo album, filled with the usual ukulele strummings

_tunic_ 05.29.2021 03:58 AM

 


Lou Barlow has a new solo album, filled with the usual ukulele strummings

_tunic_ 05.29.2021 03:58 AM

 


Lou Barlow has a new solo album, filled with the usual ukulele strummings

_tunic_ 05.29.2021 03:58 AM

 


Lou Barlow has a new solo album, filled with the usual ukulele strummings

_tunic_ 05.29.2021 03:58 AM

 


Lou Barlow has a new solo album, filled with the usual ukulele strummings

_tunic_ 05.29.2021 03:58 AM

 


Lou Barlow has a new solo album, filled with the usual ukulele strummings

_tunic_ 05.29.2021 03:59 AM

 


Lou Barlow has a new solo album, filled with the usual ukulele strummings

_tunic_ 05.29.2021 03:59 AM

 


Lou Barlow has a new solo album, filled with the usual ukulele strummings

_tunic_ 05.29.2021 04:00 AM

 


Lou Barlow has a new solo album, filled with the usual ukulele strummings

_tunic_ 05.29.2021 04:00 AM

 


Lou Barlow has a new solo album, filled with the usual ukulele strummings


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