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Bytor Peltor 03.04.2019 05:57 PM

Thinking of Gen and the concert not being played tonight:
 

choc e-Claire 03.04.2019 06:55 PM

Earlier:
 


Currently:
 


Later I plan on listening to Somewhere Nice, Someday by Infinity Girl

Antagon 03.04.2019 10:04 PM

A nightcapper

 

choc e-Claire 03.05.2019 01:32 AM

 

floatingslowly 03.05.2019 05:05 AM

Greyhounds of the Future

floatingslowly 03.05.2019 05:07 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Bytor Peltor
Thinking of Gen and the concert not being played tonight:
 

I'm in fucking tears.

I can't spread you some though.

_slavo_ 03.05.2019 07:06 AM

 



Jonathan Fitoussi - Diagonals



awesome stuff

Savage Clone 03.05.2019 10:26 AM

 

Genteel Death 03.05.2019 03:37 PM

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=udNnI1lA7HE

Antagon 03.05.2019 03:51 PM

 

choc e-Claire 03.05.2019 06:02 PM

Autechre - Live on IBC Pirate Radio, June 1991

This is really early Autechre - at this point, they'd released at most one EP. Practically archaeology listening to this.

dirty bunny 03.05.2019 07:37 PM

Listening to a bit of B-52s lately, and have had "Private Idaho" stuck in my head. Great guitar riff, love the vocals it's like another Rock Lobster.

SonicSleuth 03.05.2019 11:34 PM

Bonnie "Prince" Billy - Joya
The Sea and Cake - Nassau
Stereolab - Refried Ectoplasm: Switched On, Vol. 2

choc e-Claire 03.06.2019 03:20 AM

 

d.sound 03.06.2019 02:57 PM

Bubblegum pop. Mainly Kim Petras.
The soup nazi is going to be disappointed with me.

After two and a half decades of weird experimental music, what is actually weird to me is liking pop.

_tunic_ 03.06.2019 05:13 PM

 


 

 

choc e-Claire 03.06.2019 05:18 PM

My Bloody Valentine - Loom (bootleg; live in Vancouver, BC; 1992-07-01)

Severian 03.06.2019 08:27 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by d.sound
Bubblegum pop. Mainly Kim Petras.
The soup nazi is going to be disappointed with me.

After two and a half decades of weird experimental music, what is actually weird to me is liking pop.


I hear you. I felt the same way when the big bit me. Think it started with “Paper Planes” and “Single Ladies,” and obviously now there’s a ton of pop that’s very interesting.

Not bubblegum pop, mind you, but, like, Frank Ocean n’ shit.

The Soup Nazi 03.06.2019 08:56 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by d.sound
Bubblegum pop. Mainly Kim Petras.
The soup nazi is going to be disappointed with me.


I honestly do not know who this Petras humanoid is. But as for what can be considered "bubblegum", there's a wide range. Here's one of my favorite compilations of all time:

 


And how about something like Brenton Wood's delicious "The Oogum Boogum Song". The Archies' "Sugar, Sugar", for heck's sakes. All essential.

ETA: The Box Tops — I believe it was Robert Christgau who said he considered them the litmus test to tell between shit listeners and those who got rock & roll. Lester Bangs loved 'em too!

All of this said, maybe I will throw up once I listen to "the Petras"... ;)

Genteel Death 03.07.2019 05:48 PM

 


A great record from start to finish. I may come across as a virgin saying this, or Severian reading his first Pitchfork review*, but this record makes me cum like a horse when I listen to it. That good. Oh my God! This is bliss! Pure bliss!!

* Don't worry man, I just like taking the mickey out of you. I don't hate you or anything. xxx


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