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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by hipsterjoe, Feb 1, 2016.
I feel pretty confident about adding this to my top 10 of favorite albums from last year
Partner Look - Right Here
Same here. An ex of mine's lasting legacy will be convincing me to go to a Father John Misty show at the Bottleneck in Lawrence, KS in January 2013. For some reason I hadn't given Fear Fun a proper chance up to that point, but seeing him in that small venue with maybe 120 other people is an all time concert memory for me.
Destroyer album in March
Tintoretto, It's for You below
Fontaines D.C. album in April. Lead single is Jackie Down the Line
Woof at that Bonnaroo lineup
I'm way past the age I'd actually go, but let's take a look for shits and gigs
new young prisms album out in march
Friday looks the best. Robert Plant/Allison Krauss, Lord Huron, War on Drugs, King Gizzard, Japanese Breakfast, Claud.
I see Maynard can hang around after the Tool set Saturday for Puscifer on Sunday.
My biggest takeaway from the roo lineup is that they can fuck off for billing Lord Huron above War on Drugs. I get their streaming numbers are way higher, but that’s like 90% due to LH’s song being included in that shitty distasteful Netflix show 13 reasons why
And I don’t even mind Lord Huron (well I do a little bit).
I don't know who some of those headliners are.
I prefer LH of the two. I’m not even a big folk/Americana band but I love that band, especially their new album. Not sure how they don’t get more recognition tbh, I saw them on zero year end lists
but they aren’t above them
Generally acts on the same row are still ordered left to right in terms of billing
wild seeing Luda on the 3rd tier
Stevie Nicks rises from the dead because a dude chugs some cranberry juice on a skateboard.
same font size = similar guarantees
I went the 1st 3 years and had a great time at each but the type of crowd kept getting worse each year. I can't imagine how bad it got in the later years with all of those huge pop/mainstream acts.
Parquet Courts released a B-side from Sympathy for Life, and apparently debuted it on the Ellen show ha
Mitski - Love Me More
Guerrilla Toss - Cannibal Capital
finally got around to listening to this album. my goodness. that’s gonna be a crazy show
There's been so much good stuff released so far that at this rate our 2022 lists should be pretty epic
So you meant “to the left” of them?
Artists are organized left to right in terms of their politics
Christian Lee Hutson - Rubberneckers (feat Phoebe Bridgers). Album in April, produced by Phoebe Bridgers and Conor Oberst.
One of the members of Hinds has a solo project called Shanghai Baby
Midlake - Bethel Woods
I’ve seen Lord Huron twice and their sound just doesn’t translate well live. Something was off both times.
they finally did it. they managed to make the worst song ever created.
complete downhill once bassist left.
Figure there has to be some backlog from lock down. That and lack of touring.
Oh yeah it’s trash but I think it’s better than their last single. I think? they’re all awful
this was somehow worse than u2, for me.
Wish Kit - Miller Lite. Debut EP out 1/28
I am looking forward to this debut LP in March
Vitesse X - Us Ephemeral
I'm an immense Mitski supporter, but this new album just isn't clicking for me.
This is really cool. Love the concept of letting the fans interpret the song
PUP did that three years ago with Free at Last before Morbid Stuff came out and it became a pretty big thing in the emo/indie adjacent sphere. It's not like they own the concept, but pretty weak for Pinegrove to not reference them at all when I'm sure they're aware of it.
Not sure who PUP is, but it's unlikely that they were the first with the idea either. I'm drawing a blank, but I want to say the Beach Boys did this with an album? Or maybe Beck? Someone made an album that came with instructions on how to play it yourself
Also, who made the album that there's four different records and they're designed to be all played at once?
I am pretty sure it was beck (at least recently, the beach boys may have done it as well)
It's a weird thing to have confused in my head given they are such different eras. Starts with a B I guess!
the national did some gimmick where they released a 9 LP box set of them playing Sorrow for like six hours or some shit
flaming lips iirc
I like gimmicks