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 Post subject: Re: Albums of 2018
PostPosted: Tue April 03, 2018 2:54 am 
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Chiaroscuro by Ocean Alley

Aussie band. Great bluesy rock album. Their lead guitarist often channels Slash. Great lead vocals.

The album is on spotify, get on it fuckers.

Gonna give this a listen this afternoon while finishing some work. I'll report back.

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Holy shit the score to Phantom Thread is astonishingly gorgeous. Beyond the film itself and even the film's use of the music, this is a complex, lush and evocative collection in its own right. Bach, Chopin, Satie; Baroque, Romanticism, Minimalism -- it's all woven together so beautifully and filtered through Greenwood's own voice. This might be even better than his amazing score for The Master. "House of Woodcock" is going to be in my head for a while.

Quoting Plat from another thread here. There must be something in the year for original score's. Graham Coxon (of Blur) did the original score for the Netflix show "End of the F***ing World" and it is pretty damn good. In particular though this slice of post-punk awesomeness is well worth a listen:

Graham Coxon - Bus Stop


I'm also now listening to Richmond Fontaine's new album "Don't Skip Out on Me", which is actually an original score/soundtrack intended for his new Willy Vlautin novel. It is really beautiful and (so far - 6 songs in) perfect background music.

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Higgs wrote:

I'm also now listening to Richmond Fontaine's new album "Don't Skip Out on Me", which is actually an original score/soundtrack intended for his new Willy Vlautin novel. It is really beautiful and (so far - 6 songs in) perfect background music.


Thanks for the tip. The novel is in my too read pile but I had no idea a soundtrack existed.


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tmcs wrote:
Higgs wrote:

I'm also now listening to Richmond Fontaine's new album "Don't Skip Out on Me", which is actually an original score/soundtrack intended for his new Willy Vlautin novel. It is really beautiful and (so far - 6 songs in) perfect background music.


Thanks for the tip. The novel is in my too read pile but I had no idea a soundtrack existed.

Have you read his other two books?


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tmcs wrote:
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I'm also now listening to Richmond Fontaine's new album "Don't Skip Out on Me", which is actually an original score/soundtrack intended for his new Willy Vlautin novel. It is really beautiful and (so far - 6 songs in) perfect background music.


Thanks for the tip. The novel is in my too read pile but I had no idea a soundtrack existed.

Have you read his other two books?


Yep, read all of them. Love them all but Lean on Pete is the one that really stuck with me. He's an incredible writer.


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I'm going to grab the first book and give it a read through I think. I know 'sleep mentioned it to me before but I never got round to it.

*adds to list*

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Oh man. The new Albert Hammond Jr. album is hitting the SWEET spot right now.


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I'm going to grab the first book and give it a read through I think. I know 'sleep mentioned it to me before but I never got round to it.

*adds to list*

Hey I never got round to sending it your way. Standby it might happen this year.


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If you like Richmond Fontaine make sure to check out Willy's other band The Delines. Basically RF with a female singer. Kinda has a late night country soul vibe. A few of the songs are pretty much deleted scenes from his books.


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If you like Richmond Fontaine make sure to check out Willy's other band The Delines. Basically RF with a female singer. Kinda has a late night country soul vibe. A few of the songs are pretty much deleted scenes from his books.

Always loved this:


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Sgt. Crackpot wrote:
Chiaroscuro by Ocean Alley

Aussie band. Great bluesy rock album. Their lead guitarist often channels Slash. Great lead vocals.

The album is on spotify, get on it fuckers.

Gonna give this a listen this afternoon while finishing some work. I'll report back.

Love this:


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yea boi


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new huge Kamasi Washington album coming in June. pretty stoked.


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