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The Soup Nazi 10.28.2021 03:57 PM

Best new/most anticipated albums of 2022
 
Cat Power - Covers (January 14)
Cate Le Bon - Pompeii (February 4)
Spoon - Lucifer On The Sofa (February 11)

Severian, I tried to contact you so you could start this thread, but "you have exceeded your stored private messages quota and can not accept further messages until you clear some space"...

_tunic_ 10.31.2021 04:18 AM

Copy & pasta from the 2021 thread:


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Hi all

We’re incredibly excited to tell you about a massively exciting, brand new project that we’ve been working on for a while in conjunction with The Wedding Present:


24 SONGS

A brand new 7" single every month throughout 2022
Yep, you heard it right. The Wedding Present will be releasing a new piece of shiny vinyl every month for a year, starting in January.
Does that sound familiar? Well, after 30 years, we all felt like it was time for another go!
24 Songs sees David Gedge writing with legendary Sleeper guitarist Jon Stewart for the first time, and a more perfect union could not have been predicted. We’re immensely proud of the results and hope you’ll enjoy it as much as we do.
The first release includes ‘We Should Be Together’, the gorgeous duet featuring David and Louise Wener [also from Sleeper] and it’s coupled with ‘Don’t Give Up Without A Fight’, which combines classic Wedding Present feistiness with a Krautrock finale.
‘We Should Be Together’ will be available to listen to at The Wedding Present’s official YouTube channel from Tuesday 19 October at 2PM.
Oh, and as if twenty-four Wedding Present songs wasn’t enough… each of the records will come in a beautifully designed sleeve featuring brutalist photography by Jessica McMillan. And there’ll be a hand-numbered collector’s box to put them all in, too.
You can buy them one at a time or subscribe for the whole series by clicking here.
They will, of course, also be available at all good record shops.
Enjoy!
Team Clue


https://www.24songs.scopitones.co.uk/



DAVID GEDGE TALKING ABOUT 24 SONGS
“In 1991, The Wedding Present were rehearsing in a studio in Yorkshire when we hit upon an idea that immediately thrilled us all. Our bass player [Keith Gregory] had been a member of the ‘Sub Pop Singles Club’ - a service that allowed subscribers to receive 7”s released by that Seattle label on a monthly basis. Keith wondered if we, as a band, could attempt a similar thing. In that instant, The Wedding Present’s Hit Parade series was born and, during 1992, we managed to release a brand new 7” single each and every month.
“The Hit Parade went on to become something of a significant milestone in the history of the band and it’s a project about which I’m often asked. As its thirtieth anniversary approached, I began to wonder if we should celebrate it in some way. A ‘Hit Parade Part 2’ didn’t feel quite right, though. Then, someone said to me: “Other bands have released music in similar ways but there has been nothing like the Hit Parade.” And they were right! A 7” single a month seems, somehow, very ‘Wedding Present’. So, inspired by that little idea from three decades ago, we’ve embarked on this new project, 24 Songs.
“Even though The Wedding Present have never been known for taking the easy route, the idea of recording 24 tracks and releasing them in this way could seem daunting to any band. However, I’ve been inspired by the music that has been written since Jon and Melanie joined the group. The thought of celebrating this exciting new line-up with an exciting new series has motivated us all… and I suppose we also didn’t want any of these songs to be hidden away in the middle of an album!”

This is a series that you won’t want to miss!

Moshe 10.31.2021 06:58 AM

Bjork
Black Country, New Road - Ants From Up There (4.2)
Boris
Brutus
Built to Spill
Cat Power - Covers (14.1)
Crowbar
The Cure
Cypress Hill
Haunted Plasma
Heavy Blanket
Helms Alle
Garcia Peoples - (14.1)
Ioanna Gika
Cate Le Bon – Pompeii (4.2)
Laniakea
Messa - Close
Morrissey - Bonfire Of Teenagers
Jo Quail - The Cartographer
Lili Refrain
Wayne Shorter & Esperanza Spalding - Iphigenia
Soft Cell - *Happiness Not Included (25.2)
Spoon - Lucifer On The Sofa (11.2)
Sum Of R - Lahbryce
Verity Susman
Anna von Hausswolff
Anna von Hausswolff & Filip Leyman - The Most Beautiful Boy in the World
Tears For Fears - The Tipping Point (25.2)
Weyes Blood
Zen Mother - Millennial Garbage Preach

Moshe 10.31.2021 06:58 AM

Bjork
Black Country, New Road - Ants From Up There (4.2)
Boris
Brutus
Built to Spill
Cat Power - Covers (14.1)
Crowbar
The Cure
Cypress Hill
Haunted Plasma
Heavy Blanket
Helms Alle
Garcia Peoples - (14.1)
Ioanna Gika
Cate Le Bon Pompeii (4.2)
Laniakea
Messa - Close
Morrissey - Bonfire Of Teenagers
Jo Quail - The Cartographer
Lili Refrain
Wayne Shorter & Esperanza Spalding - Iphigenia
Soft Cell - *Happiness Not Included (25.2)
Spoon - Lucifer On The Sofa (11.2)
Sum Of R - Lahbryce
Verity Susman
Anna von Hausswolff
Anna von Hausswolff & Filip Leyman - The Most Beautiful Boy in the World
Tears For Fears - The Tipping Point (25.2)
Weyes Blood
Zen Mother - Millennial Garbage Preach

The Soup Nazi 11.02.2021 03:27 PM

Holy shit!

 

Severian 11.05.2021 11:29 PM

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Originally Posted by The Soup Nazi
Cat Power - Covers (January 14)
Cate Le Bon - Pompeii (February 4)
Spoon - Lucifer On The Sofa (February 11)

Severian, I tried to contact you so you could start this thread, but "you have exceeded your stored private messages quota and can not accept further messages until you clear some space"...


Motherfucker, I have plenty of space I think maybe anyway whatever cheers

The Soup Nazi 11.08.2021 05:22 AM

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Originally Posted by Severian
Motherfucker, I have plenty of space I think maybe anyway whatever cheers

 

The Soup Nazi 11.09.2021 12:21 AM

Empath - Visitor (February 22)

Severian 11.11.2021 07:50 AM

My “looking forward to” picks are mostly boring and samey for me, but I’m looking forward to the new Spiritualized, the new Spoon, new Zen Mother …

I actually can’t think of a ton of scheduled 2022 releases right now.

Severian 11.11.2021 07:57 AM

And I hope to god Fuck Buttons releases a new album, goddammit. And Nicolas Jaar/Against All Logic.
And I know it’s too early (he seems to be on an “every-5-years” schedule for studio albums), but I’d love a new DJ Koze record.

The Soup Nazi 11.13.2021 08:13 PM

Alison Cotton - The Portrait You Painted Of Me (date TBA)

The Soup Nazi 11.17.2021 11:19 PM

Mary Halvorson - Amaryllis/Belladonna (May)

Moshe 11.22.2021 08:48 AM

Loop - Sonancy (11.3)!

The Soup Nazi 12.08.2021 04:45 PM

Tropical Fuck Storm - Goody Goody Gumdrops: A Tropical Fuck Storm Film (soundtrack)

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Release Date... Well, it'll be announced to the public in early 2022. Vinyl likely shipping in early June.

Severian 12.09.2021 08:29 AM

Just a test to see if the forum is working AT ALL. I have tried to tell the non-music forum that I watched Power of the Dog like, for days. Anyway. Fuck.

EDIT: Yeah this one’s working, but I’m leaving the above because I’m very frustrated about making 10 failed attempts to say “I watched a movie and it was good”

Hope there’s new Fuck Buttons in 2022

The Soup Nazi 12.09.2021 02:50 PM

Bogus post/preemptive strike.

The Soup Nazi 12.09.2021 02:50 PM

Bogus post/preemptive strike.

The Soup Nazi 12.09.2021 02:57 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Severian
Just a test to see if the forum is working AT ALL. I have tried to tell the non-music forum that I watched Power of the Dog like, for days. Anyway. Fuck.

EDIT: Yeah this ones working, but Im leaving the above because Im very frustrated about making 10 failed attempts to say I watched a movie and it was good

Hope theres new Fuck Buttons in 2022


Yeah, I see your Dog Powa posts when I click on "Go Advanced".

Listen. You have the power to fix shit up. Kind of. Just select one of your previous posts on that thread (ideally one you're not terribly attached to) and delete the motherfucker. The thread should rise again like the phoenix bird.

As for The Power Of The Dog, I haven't seen it, but I've seen Heart Of A Dog - it's monumental, and so is the soundtrack.

The Soup Nazi 12.09.2021 03:24 PM

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Originally Posted by The Soup Nazi
Just select one of your previous posts on that thread (ideally one you're not terribly attached to) and delete the motherfucker.


Actually, if you don't want that post to go the way of the dodo, before deleting it use the _tunic_ method: select it (text, pics, the whole thing), copy it, paste it and post it ("I had to delete this one to get the thread running again: {quote}the stuff you're gonna delete{/quote}"), then delete it, then keep on keepin' on.

Moshe 12.10.2021 02:10 AM

CARLTON MELTON Microwavelengths (14.)
Cult of Luna - The Long Road North (11.2)
Anna von Hausswolff - Live at Montreux Jazz Festival (14.1)


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