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Old 01.23.2019, 07:22 PM   #61
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Reminding SVE's Remind Me Tomorrow shenanigans:

ó Performance and interview for KCRW's Morning Becomes Eclectic
ó Profile in The Ringeró Album review in The Atlantic
ó "Album of the Day" at Bandcamp
ó "Incredible feature" in The New Yorker
ó Performances of "Seventeen" and "You Shadow" on Jimmy Kimmel Live...
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Album of the Day: Steve Gunn, The Unseen In Between
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From the archival department. Out February 22: Michael Rother, Solo boxset.

 



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Speaking about the release, Michael said:

"I'm incredibly excited to announce my new boxset Solo. The opportunity to release my first four solo albums, as well as some new music in one package is amazing. This is a body of work that I'm very proud of."
https://www.groenland.com/en/product...r-solo-boxset/

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Out now: Juliana Hatfield, Weird.

 


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Interview with AllMusic: How the Awesome Power of Solitude Fueled Juliana Hatfield's New Album, Weird

Can't tell ya how much Saoirse Ronan and I relate to this stuff.

https://julianahatfield.bandcamp.com/album/weird
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And here I was thinking you were gonna post something about Fennesz...

Lol.

Fair enough.

But in my defense... that album cover.
Plus I’ve always had an Annie Potts thing, so you primed the pump.

But fuck yeah Fennesz!
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where do you listen all the new stuff these days? bandcapm? spotify? do not tell me that you are buying all the releases.
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where do you listen all the new stuff these days? bandcapm? spotify? do not tell me that you are buying all the releases.

I test new stuff out on Apple Music if itís big enough to be on major services, and check Bandcanp for the a lot of the other stuff. I do still buy music, but not much.
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Kid Koala has a new album coming out?
What?

Yes.

Crazy.

 


One of those artists I sometimes forget exists.
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Speaking of artists overdue for a new album with “Kid” in their name, I’d love to hear something new from fucking KID KANEVIL for fuck’s sake!
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I test new stuff out on Apple Music if itís big enough to be on major services, and check Bandcanp for the a lot of the other stuff. I do still buy music, but not much.

so bandcamp and spotify would be probably best one for all the "independent" and "underground" stuff? I need to get a some good mobile data package to be able to listen to it while commuting, which is probably best time for me listen to music these days. I miss all the blogs with links to filesharing sites.
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so bandcamp and spotify would be probably best one for all the "independent" and "underground" stuff? I need to get a some good mobile data package to be able to listen to it while commuting, which is probably best time for me listen to music these days. I miss all the blogs with links to filesharing sites.

Trust me, the combination of Spotify+Bandcamp is gold. I use Spotify for nearly everything (I have the premium account, though) and what I can't find there, I find on Bandcamp.
On Spotify there's tons of underground stuff too, if you're not looking into the really obscure.

It's a shame but I don't buy records anymore.
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so bandcamp and spotify would be probably best one for all the "independent" and "underground" stuff? I need to get a some good mobile data package to be able to listen to it while commuting, which is probably best time for me listen to music these days. I miss all the blogs with links to filesharing sites.

Apple Music and Spotify have almost the same exact library of artists and music at this point. I think the only thing Spotify has that Apple Music doesnít have are a number of mixtapes from the late-Ď00s era of mixtape rap.

Other than that, and Iím not certain Spotify has that anymore since I havenít used the service in a while, itís the same deal. Apple Music is better for people with Apple products and pays the artists a wee bit more, Spotify is irritating and has literally put Drakeís face on the cover of every single one of its playlists before. (Seriously, that happened, and not long ago.)

So Iím Apple Music + Bandcamp because I have Apple products and hate Spotify, but thereís virtually no difference between what thetwo offer.
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Trust me, the combination of Spotify+Bandcamp is gold. I use Spotify for nearly everything (I have the premium account, though) and what I can't find there, I find on Bandcamp.
On Spotify there's tons of underground stuff too, if you're not looking into the really obscure.

It's a shame but I don't buy records anymore.

Ok, so Spotify and Apple Music are like Coke and Pepsi — essentially the same exact thing unless you’re a purist for red cabs or whatever. (Also kind of not like Coke/Pepsi because many of the things they make available to you are not even one chemical additive different from each other because they’re the exact same things.)

I had Spotify premium, and I loved it for a while. When Apple Music came out, I kept Spotify because I was just so into the concept of not having to haul my fucking CDs around or alter the library of my iPod anymore. But once Apple Music caught up, and once I saw that it paid more to artists — if only by a little bit — I jumped ship. Also, at the time, hip-hop and pop artists I liked (Frank Ocean, Chance the Rapper) were doing things on Apple Music and not on Spotify. But I think the era of exclusives is over.

Also, a lot of the time when an artists decides to remove something from streaming for whatever reason, they’ll remove it from Spotify and it will stay on Apple. Not sure why, but Spotify still has the larger user base, so that’s probably it.

Anyway, I have noticeed no decrease in the amount of available material from artists I like in the underground, experiments and noise genres and sub genres since making the switch, so I think it really comes down to 1. what kind of products you use (again, if you use Apple/Mac, Apple Music is just integrated with the entire media setup native to those phones and computers); and 2. Your personal preference regarding UX and design (I tend to refer Apple’s clean whites and reds to Spotofy’s neon green on black, but to each his/her/their own).

I’d say the real important piece is making sure you supplement with Bandcamp. It’s great, and unlike the other services, you can fucking BUY ACTUAL CD/LP/CASSETTE RELEASES through BC, and also find tons of artists too weird and too new to even register on the streaming giants.

YMMV.
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Nils Frahm has a new EP out, it's called Encores 2. It's a follow-up to Encores 1 which was released late last year. what a surprise is that.
Both are filled with leftovers from the sessions done for his last full length All Melody


Listened to most of the new Mono today at work, and it's actually better than I had anticipated.


oh, medium wise, I use bandcamp mostly and youtube or soundcloud, anything that's free for streaming. No spotify and no apples I'm allergic to fruits
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I’m super excited about the new Vampire Weekend album and if anyone wants to give me shit about that, I welcome you to fuck off and save us both a lot of typing.

It’s called “Father of the Bride.” The first two songs — “Harmony Hall” and “2021” — sound like a mashup of “Touch of Grey”-era Grateful Dead and “Freedom”-era George Michael and rich white kids learning from the songwriting methods of Frank Ocean, respectively.

I’m OK with pop music if pop music sounds good, and this stuff, like “Modern Vampires of the City,” sounds good ... to anyone who isn’t trying to prove something, that is.
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Wow. Is that her? Sheís held up really goddamn well.

Hey, what's with this comment, by the way? Jenny's a young woman, 43. Julianne Moore is 58, Mariska Hargitay is 55, and they're both hotter than a urinary infection.
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Out March 22: Housewives, Twilight Splendour.

 


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Exploring the possibilities of electronic sound, this new LP marks a turning point for the band - who sold their guitars to buy midi equipment and swapped London rents for water habitation. Bringing to mind the digital meditations of legendary producer Oneohtrix Point Never, Twilight Splendour presents a love letter from an early AI to its owner, its concept-led songs strewn with "ecstatic messages of frustration and a desire to connect".

The album occupies a dystopian world where real emotions have been eclipsed by complex coded simulations. From the dead-behind-the-eyes chanting on "Speak to Me" to the heavily processed vocals on the sax-loaded "SmttnKttns" – which dazzles with vocoder and pop shine – the band's signature dark, psychedelic chaos and nihilism has been cast into an unnerving new technological light.

On opener, "Beneath the Glass", Housewives set the scene for the alternate world occupied throughout Twilight Splendour: "Slip with me, under the glass and into the light / I only choose content that I know you'll like"—beckoning the listener to retreat away from the mundanity of everyday life and into the warm comforting glow of digital anaesthesia.

With "Dormi", Housewives create skin-crawling tension and atmosphere from pulsing rhythms, dub-infused bass, clock chimes and a haunting MIDI choir, while "Texu"'s off-beat drumming forms the backdrop of the track's mythology—an ancient alien making a mixtape of mediocre jazz for a lover.

Diverted creative energy is explored with the chaotic tension of "Sublimate pt. I" which flows into the cathartic bliss of "Sublimate pt. II" using maniacal vocal samples in a challenging take on a life not lived "never dream for more than boredom, now defines us". Closing the record out on a new age note, "Hexadecimal Wave / Binary Rock" swells with deep organ-led euphoria; a moment of respite on an album buzzing with industry.

Since forming five years ago, Housewives have drawn from such diverse scenes as post-punk, jazz, drone, electronic and avant-garde. 2013 saw the release of an eponymous debut EP via Brighton label Faux Discx, while their first-full length record, Work—recorded at a barn in a desolate corner in the south of France—arrived two years later.

2017 live album FF06116 marked the band's first collaboration with experimental saxophonist Ben Vince. Following on from these early statements, Housewives are now set to unleash their game-changing new album—turning away from performance-based writing, the human, and facing the cold light of computers head on.

Don't blame me; I didn't write it. The album itself should be good though!

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Out now: Tim Presley's White Fence, I Have To Feed Larry's Hawk.

 


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"Heartbreakers" as in "Petty"? That wouldn't make much sense... Anyway, it's interesting that this time it's credited to "Tim Presley's White Fence" and that apparently it has more in common with my girlfriend Cate Le Bon than with the Ty Segall shit. If so, I'm in!

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So who the fuck are Yak? Dunno, but they have a new tune with Jason Pierece (and John Coxon), so it might be worth checking out. From Under The Radar:

Premiere: Yak Share NSFW Video For New Song "This House Has No Living Room" (Feat. J. Spaceman)
Pursuit of Momentary Happiness Due Out February 8 via Third Man
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