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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by hipsterjoe, Feb 1, 2016.
It's super enjoyable. Feels like something that is gonna get them lots of new fans
yeah yeah yeahs signed to secretly canadian. that bodes well for the sound of their new music
Really loving this record from Friday. Basically twangy indie-country I’d say?
Cola - Degree
Porridge Radio - End of Last Year
Hovvdy - Hide. New EP at the end of the month.
SC loving the Tomberlin rec. This is right in my wheelhouse guitar wise
I'm surprised by the lack of comments calling her a murderer.
I don’t think they know yet but they will. Not her target demographic.
I figured she might have some fans like the idiots that get mad about Jason Isbell's politics.
Was sitting here blasting I Stare at Floors by Protomartyr and in the first 20 seconds the delivery reminded me of I Think You Should Leave when dude was singing about bones being their money in the recording studio. Wonder if Tim Robinson is a fan since he's from Detroit or perhaps he just likes awesome bands like us
Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever - Dive Deep
Beach Bunny - Karaoke
Florist - Spring in Hours. Album in July
Sunflower Bean - In Flight
Looking forward to checking this out
rolling blackouts record isn’t bad
arcade fire is not great
will do this one in the AM
new sharon van etten
yellow days (ep)
One listen for the Arcade Fire.
The I part of the album was sad and Nigel didn’t get a lot of passion out of the delivery of what could be some excellently poignant first half songs, especially Rabbit Hole. End of the Empire was maybe too Bowie? The exuberance of the WE side I’m very into. Race and Religion with Peter Gabriel was great, although I wish it could take it one level higher. It was like an 8 on the intensity through the whole song. Will be spinning it more tomorrow.
I’ll give it another go too
Not a follower of this thread and I should be, but Phoebe Bridgers, Lucy Dacus, Maggie Rogers are all awesome. Who are some of your other more recent female singers you guys like? I’ve heard Soccer Mommy, Mitski and St Vincent on SiriusXM recently.
boygenius(Phoebe, Lucy, Julien supergroup)
There are way more, but it's early, and that's all my brain can currently come up with.
Got tickets for this in the fall. Our Mitski show in DC got moved due to COVID so we missed it. Promised my daughter I'd make it up to her. Admittedly I don't know a bunch of these names.
Black Belt Eagle Scout
Let's Eat Grandma
Many of those are just bands fronted by women instead of the singer songwriter type but still awesome
Would definitely echo the Japanese Breakfast, Magdalena Bay and Snail Mail mentions
Damn you're a cool dad
Middle Kids and the Beths.
This. They’re top tier
Been listening to the Eades album A LOT this week. Don't mind me dancing around by myself at night, lady below me
Pom Pom Squad
girl in red
Indigo de Souza
Album's been out all of 9 hours, but may have to add Sadurn to the above list. Record is so fucking good.
Can’t wait to listen to this. Loved all of the singles.
It’s good, but Yard Act is my fav post punk record so far this year
listened to new arcade fire a couple of times and its good/ok. definitely not as great as their early ones but still better than the last one.
do like this one a bit that came out today
need to check out warpaint and !!! albums still
Like this one a lot.
This is very good.
does this mean both are good or average?
it’s my least favorite rolling blackouts record but I think I still like it more than this arcade fire joint but plan on listening to AF again today to give my final expert opinion
Arcade Fire album is bad
Warpaint is alright
Hater is p good so far
haven’t gotten to any other releases from today
But really, I am happy we all have our tastes and can respect differences.
I do think it’s pretentious that they have this split album concept that no one would understand just by pressing play.
Used to really like Arcade Fire. Not remotely a fan of anything post Reflekfor. Saw them in Montreal back then. Was a great show.
Their tour this fall is all arena, which they have done for the last two or three. They pack them out but I bet it’s so different from the old days in Montreal, or the intimacy of these small secret shows they did in advance of release. They still put on a great performance with more passion, comparing to the album version. Rabbit Hole especially. Creature Comforts from last album.