Discussion in 'Music and Recordings' started by rlow, Nov 18, 2021.
Neil Young Unplugged
Sometimes less is truly more.
Dave Matthews - Some Devil
Not particularly loving Bjork’s new album Fossora so far. I could see it growing on me possibly. It’s OK but I prefer her more overtly electronic stuff. Vulnicura was a great meld of electronic and acoustic sounds. Here’s one of the better tracks off the new one.
It felt like a glitch in the matrix seeing Beck doing an NFL commercial recently but his take on Neil’s Old Man is pretty damn good IMO
Rodrigo y Gabriella: Live In France
Pure Prairie League: Bustin Out
Long time fan of M.I.A. Almost 20 years of straight bangers and I’m digging her new singles from the past month too. I hope those mean she’s dropping a full album soon.
Here’s one my all time faves I was just listening to. Love the Pixies nod.
Focus - Dutch Prog at its finest
And home is just a place to hang your head; and dream up things to do in Denver when you're dead...
I've loved almost everything Purity Ring has made. This track from their latest EP graves really delivers on the magic. In headphones there is such a sense of physical texture.
A 2022 release. The Yeah Yeah Yeahs have the 21st century shoegazer sound, yet they do their own thing. I dig their sound.
Herbie Hancock - Watermelon Man
When you find your foot tapping and your head bobbing, something good's going on.
Now this is up my alley. While I listened to this new non-radiohead album, multiple listens will make it more of a favorite for me. Funny Thom almost sounds like Bono if he was simmered down in a few parts
THX for the track!
And a totally different slant on dead in denver.
BTW- This youtube audio sucks really bad in comparison to a ripped cd.
I sold my focus vinyl recently but have some Thijs Van Leer and Akkerman LPs.
Anyone who knows Focus is an old fart like me. Great stuff.
Ha!! In a similar era/mood, listening to this tonight:
I remember hearing NHiN for the first time streaming on KEXP, and holy fuck it blew my face off!
Interpol's live show back in '04 at the 9:30 Club was staggeringly loud (and super tight, playing-wise), but The Secret Machines at the 9:30 Club is (subjectively) the loudest concert I've ever been to while still keeping things incredibly clean. drummers with 24" kick drums don't fuck around. (and yes, i was definitely wearing ear protection!!!)
Mmm... barbecued bouncy basso continuo. Yum.
Paging @E_Schaaf I'm digging this as well...
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