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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by hipsterjoe, Feb 1, 2016.
Georgia Maq (of Camp Cope) - Joe Rogan
Pom Pom Squad covering Nada Surf
Partner Look have their debut album out in February 2022. Here's Rodeo Tragic
I really want see the IDLES live
Bring your stomping boots if you get the chance
The Weather Station :swoon:
Fuck yea I do too
it's crazy to me these guys are able to replicate their sound in the live setting like this, cracks me up they're all jacked too, gonna have to catch a show when they come around
I cringed reading this. Fuck they're irresponsible. And annoying IMO
I disagree with your take. Wish I was going to the show.
And their music sucks.
shocked it took NYC that long to play their strong hand
was it NYC or all the negative blowback from that self important statement from mister pretentious
and I even like their music
Safe to assume it was NYC considering how hard they play this covid game.
so they let them play 17 other sold out concerts during a spike but then decided these last three were a bridge too far
it sounds like there were tons of cancellations
I'm struggling to see what's so bad about their statements
People are dying of a disease and cases are surging. But people want to go to a concert indoors while people are dying of this disease and cases are surging. So fuck all that we'll play these shows and promote our Amazon special while doing so
$eem$ $hitty to me but maybe I'm a sheep instead of a lion
No duh...The Cody's.
Good Because they were 100% reasonable.
no maybe about it man
I’ve had Covid, got the vax and the booster and still the white libs want me to never go outside again
That’s it, hiring a billboard.
Please don't take my post as me being nonchalant about covid, as that's not the case at all. I just thought their statement read as though they also took it seriously and had a genuinely difficult time making a decision. Once their fans made it known they weren't comfortable with attending, it seemed they were perfectly ok with cancelling completely and refunding the money for the tickets.
I also don't really know shit about the personalities of the members of this band, so maybe I'm off here.
I feel like an idiot for not connecting the reference, but I was not super focused during the latest season when they stole the equipment.
Nah go hike in the mountains or skiing or something I highly recommend that
Unfortunately They have a mental illness.
Snapped Ankles album's incredible, I remember not really feeling their debut, may have to give it another go
Feel like some folks in here would really dig this. It's a few years old, but I searched the board and the band has only been posted about in the heavy music thread. Insane guitar work with Cuco's chill ass vocals. I can't stop listening.
The Idles video for When the Lights Come On, I'm basically the guy going wild in it when listening to that song, which I've been doing a lot. A post-punk masterpiece
We've gotta be getting a new Alvvays album in 2022 right? #Hopeful
I’d like to see a most anticipated of 2022 list
I like that I can get next years top 100 on this board, whether that’s recruits or albums
Phoenix. Death Cab. Built to Spill. The Beths.
having jack white on that list was a poor move though. he sux anyways but that new single sounds like unmixed trash
using the scientific approach of combining actual news indicating releases are forthcoming and my own personal hopes and dreams, my most anticipated list would look like this:
Alvvays (they've apparently played new music at shows this fall)
Let's Eat Grandma
Nots (they released excellent albums in 2014, 2016 and 2019 and I really hope they've got another one left in the tank. Their social media activity hasn't been what it once was and their Spotify listener count has fallen big time. So wouldn't be surprised if they go the Ought route, would be sadder about them breaking up if they did )
Blouse (I still listen to them a ton despite the fact they only have two albums and haven't released anything since 2013. But I've never seen anything suggesting they ever broke up so I remain #hopeful)
Beach Fossils (hopeful for a proper new album. I really liked Somersault and something else along those lines would be just fine with me)
Wild Nothing (Indigo came out in 2018 and while it has grown on me, it's nowhere near Gemini or Nocturne and I'd like to see if he can get back to that level)
The Courtneys (their self-titled debut came out in 2013 and they released another great record in 2017, but just some side stuff from them since then. Hoping they're still in the business of making new tunes together)
Craft Spells (never seen anything suggesting dude was done making music as Craft Spells so this would be sweet)
Just found Parannoul, indie/lo fi South Korean artist. Big recommend for fans of shoegaze
Anais Mitchell, Erin Rae, Mom Jeans, String Machine, Sarah Shook and the Disarmers, Gracie Gray, Wet Leg some other highlights for me coming first quarter of 2022.
New Unknown Mortal Orchestra song is called SB-09
havent pulled many finds from year end lists this year, but I really really like this
Top 5 king gizzards?
Songs or albums? I like all the last 3 albums but I’m a newer discoverer
Albums, seeing them in April and have no clue what such a prolific band will play
my favorite's Nonagon Infinity, other highlights for me include Flying Microtonal Banana, Murder of the Universe, and K.G.
Thanks. Are any of these metal?
no these lean more towards psych that can get somewhat heavy, but they've got a thrash album called Infest the Rats' Nest