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 Post subject: Re: Albums of 2018
PostPosted: Fri July 06, 2018 6:06 am 
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I have to check that US Girls album.


I'm really loving this one.


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Holy fuck, Daughters are releasing their first album in eight years. Their last album is probably in my all-time top 10.

First single is a 7-minute noise rock beast:


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chewm wrote:
I have to check that US Girls album.


I'm really loving this one.

:heartbeat:

I'm so glad you dig it.


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Listening to Brandi Carlile's new album, enjoying it lots.

Here's The Joke from it. Very confident, very assured.


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I keep meaning to give that album a listen.


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 Post subject: Re: Albums of 2018
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Here's another one I've been spinning this morning that has had me tapping my feet and grooving along the whole way - Charles Lloyd and The Marvels (with Lucinda Williams) new album Vanished Gardens. Opening track Defiant here (albeit without Lucinda).


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A few more releases on the horizon over the next couple months:

First up, on August 17, is the new Animal Collective 'visual album,' Tangerine Reef. Shifting away from their recent excursions in neon pop, this version of the Collective (for the first time releasing an album without Panda Bear) aims for something more abstract and tripped out. Here's the first 'single,' "Haircutter":


Then on August 24, Constellation releases the new full length from Automatisme, Transit. Producer William Jourdain continues to create abstracted glitch and dub-inflected ambient electronic music. On this album he explores new territories with generative and probability-based digital patches to arrange his soundscapes. The first sample is "Bureau 1":

Lastly, yet another Constellation release, this one the new album by songwriter/producer Sandro Perri, In Another Life. Perri's last album of vocal-based songs came out in 2011, so this is definitely long-awaited, and is supposedly the first of four albums that he has been working on (not counting his other current project, Off World). Interestingly, this album also features two guest lead vocalists, André Ethier and Dan Bejar. The first taste of the new album is a six minute edit of the 24-minute title track:


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i've been enjoying the new Goat Girl album


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Nice little album.


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I've been feeling a bit stagnant in my listening lately so I thought I'd consult this thread for recommendations. I'm really taken with some of Brett's Constellation Records suggestions, Eric Chenaux and Sandro Perri in particular. I've never listened to either of these artists and am really enjoying both. Just what the doctor ordered, thanks man!


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Kevin Davis wrote:
I've been feeling a bit stagnant in my listening lately so I thought I'd consult this thread for recommendations. I'm really taken with some of Brett's Constellation Records suggestions, Eric Chenaux and Sandro Perri in particular. I've never listened to either of these artists and am really enjoying both. Just what the doctor ordered, thanks man!

You're very welcome, and I'm glad you're enjoying them. Eric and Sandro are two of my favorite musicians currently working, and I'm stoked that this year is going to feature records by both of them.


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chewm wrote:


Nice little album.


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 Post subject: Re: Albums of 2018
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I've enjoyed God's Favorite Customer the most this year.

Another one that I've given repeated plays to is Pllush's Stranger to the Pain. Just another 90s throwback album, great from start to finish.


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The Joy Formidable - AAARTH - September 28th, 2018
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New album from Tim Hecker, Konoyo, out September 22. He's back with Kranky after a brief one-off stint with 4AD for his last album.

The opener is available to stream now. "This Life":


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Odetta Hartman - You You. Back porch banjo with lazy electronica.

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Ooh that's right up my alley

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Absolutely my favourite single so far of this fine year. Chaka Khan - Like Sugar.

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anyone into Wild Pink? Yolk in the Fur is pretty great.


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