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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by hipsterjoe, Feb 1, 2016.
I for one am most excited for shame
Same. Their last album was a fav
the national’s new record features phoebe bridgers, sufjan stevens and taylor swift
m83 and us girls both announced new albums as well yesterday
m83’s single is weird
Lannds - Blueprint. Album in March
Shana Cleveland (of La Luz) - Faces in the Firelight. Album in March.
The Smile doing KEXP tomorrow
alvvays sounded fucking great
The Nude Party - Ride On. New album March 10th.
That’s out now as of an hour ago
Guppy - Burrito
Ruston Kelly - The Weakness. Album in April
Nell Mescal - Homesick
I know they’re at Coachella, but I’m pretty interested if they plan on touring together this year and what that looks like. Bridgers is the only one with dates plan with a run overseas this winter and then a smaller run of dates in May. I would imagine tickets will be insane, given their bump in popularity the last couple years since the first EP
wait... Mac Demarco is releasing an instrumental only album in two days? what in the world...
new album april 28
Snail Mail is playing at the Ramkat in Winston-Salem May 6. Anyone familiar with that venue?
Two shows in the South -- one on a Tuesday, the other on a Wednesday. Cool cool.
How can I just see beths + soccer mommy?
Fuck I hate driving up for midweek LA shows.
edit: and the opener is Soccer Mommy but I was hoping for The Beths primarily. Might not force it.
Why Bonnie was great last night. Super weird show though. There were like 30-40 of us in the music hall and they had a DJ in the main bar room you could hear between songs.
Except seeing James McMurtry at the gallery above the Continental Club in Austin I think that's the most "intimate" show I've ever been to. Pre-Covid it was what you'd expect for the opener no one ever heard of.
Just left Lake Street Dive myself and I fully support this statement.
Sacri Monti's releasing a live album
Phoebe is opening some of Taylor Swift’s shows fwiw
Yeah but you can hang out with me. Trying to get a couple friends to go.
Nickel Creek - Strangers. Album in March.
Blondshell - Joiner. Album in April. Excited for this one.
appears King Gizz has released all 86 tracks of their Red Rocks run because of course they have
I find myself listening to Why Bonnie all day (especially when cooking). Really want to catch them live soon.
Yeah, March 31st can get here right now.
"True Blue" is my speed.
Emily I'm Sorry is my fav of the three, but I'm a diehard Phoebe guy, so that was to be expected. Love all three though.
Re-reading the Rolling Stone piece (https://www.rollingstone.com/music/...s-lucy-dacus-the-record-interview-1234660514/). Hadn't considered the SZA line being about Conor, but it makes a lot of sense.
“You don’t hear enough about how people become successful and then happy,” she continues. “I’m able to hire my best friends to travel the world with me, and I don’t have any shitty people around anymore.”
That line, by the way, recalls the verse Bridgers contributed to “Ghost in the Machine,” a standout track on SZA’s S.O.S.: “You said all my friends are on my payroll/You’re not wrong, you’re an asshole.” Some fans theorized that bit was about (Paul) Mescal, while I wondered if it was Bright Eyes’ Conor Oberst, her bandmate in Better Oblivion Community Center, whom she is rumored to have also dated. Later, when I phone Bridgers and ask if that’s the case, she says, “I do not recall, as a politician would say.” She’s equally vague about the future of BOCC, saying, “I don’t know.”
Do Gang of Youths get much airplay in the US?
Could also just be an older ref to ryan adams
No never heard of them. Do you know the guys in Vintage Crop?
The only Vintage Crop I know is a horse.
The dedication to this spreadsheet ranking indie rock bands is incredible.
New Bass Drum absolutely smokes.
Really like go farther in lightness, but their most recent album was a big miss for me.
Phoenix and Beck announced a tour. Going to red rocks with Japanese Breakfast. some expensive ass tickets
The SD tickets start at $63 all in. Not the worst, but I’m not convinced.
red rocks show didn't have its normal GA, so tickets were like 115 before fees