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 Post subject: Re: Albums of 2020
PostPosted: Fri May 22, 2020 3:15 pm 
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Melenas - Despertar

This is great. Thanks for the heads up. :thumbsup:


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 Post subject: Re: Albums of 2020
PostPosted: Fri May 22, 2020 3:22 pm 
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durdencommatyler wrote:
Current ranking of the 2020 albums I've heard so far (updated):

Fetch The Bolt Cutters - Fiona Apple
Gigaton - Pearl Jam
After Hours - The Weekend
Set My Heart on Fire Immediately - Perfume Genius
Saint Cloud - Waxahatchee

Suite For Max Brown - Jeff Parker
Reunions - Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit
The Loves of Your Life - Hamilton Leithauser
Wake UP! - Hazel English
Song For Our Daughter - Laura Marling

For Their Love - Other Lives
Expectations - Katie Pruitt
SAWAYAMA - Rina Sawayama
La vita nuova - Christine and the Queens
Petals For Armor - Hayley Williams

Bonny Light Horseman - Bonny Light Horseman
The New Abnormal - The Strokes
Future Nostalgia - Dua Lipa
Likewise - Frances Quinlan
color theory - Soccer Mommy

Heavy Light - U.S. Girls
From Liberty Street - Mapache
Invisible People - Chicano Batman
Music To Be Murdered By - Eminem
Marigold - Stu Larsen

3.15.20 - Childish Gambino


Joe im using this list to check out the new stuff is being released. So far i heard PJ, Fiona, Childish, an both The Strokes and Weeknd just once.

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Joe im using this list to check out the new stuff is being released. So far i heard PJ, Fiona, Childish, an both The Strokes and Weeknd just once.

Nice! What did you think of The Weekend album?


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durdencommatyler wrote:
VinylGuy wrote:
Joe im using this list to check out the new stuff is being released. So far i heard PJ, Fiona, Childish, an both The Strokes and Weeknd just once.

Nice! What did you think of The Weekend album?


Ill give it another try, i thought it was kinda of samey...pretty much all the songs had the same feeling, vibe, beat. But im willing to put it again and see what happens..

You should dive into the new Lanegan.

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durdencommatyler wrote:
VinylGuy wrote:
Joe im using this list to check out the new stuff is being released. So far i heard PJ, Fiona, Childish, an both The Strokes and Weeknd just once.

Nice! What did you think of The Weekend album?


Ill give it another try, i thought it was kinda of samey...pretty much all the songs had the same feeling, vibe, beat. But im willing to put it again and see what happens..

You should dive into the new Lanegan.

I listened to it just a little bit ago. I liked it, but wasn't blown away. I think your description of The Weekend album above is how I'd describe the new Lanegan, actually. I'll definitely listen more -- as I did with The Weekend -- and hopefully it'll improve -- as did The Weekend.


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 Post subject: Re: Albums of 2020
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Current ranking of the 2020 albums I've heard so far (updated):

Fetch The Bolt Cutters - Fiona Apple
Gigaton - Pearl Jam
Set My Heart on Fire Immediately - Perfume Genius
Saint Cloud - Waxahatchee
Suite For Max Brown - Jeff Parker

After Hours - The Weekend
Dias Raros - Melenas
Reunions - Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit
The Loves of Your Life - Hamilton Leithauser
grae - Moses Sumney

Wake UP! - Hazel English
Song For Our Daughter - Laura Marling
For Their Love - Other Lives
Expectations - Katie Pruitt
SAWAYAMA - Rina Sawayama

La vita nuova - Christine and the Queens
Saturn Return - The Secret Sisters
Petals For Armor - Hayley Williams
Bonny Light Horseman - Bonny Light Horseman
The New Abnormal - The Strokes

Straight Songs of Sorrow - Mark Lanegan
Future Nostalgia - Dua Lipa
Likewise - Frances Quinlan
Beginners - Christian Lee Hutson
color theory - Soccer Mommy

Heavy Light - U.S. Girls
From Liberty Street - Mapache
Invisible People - Chicano Batman
Music To Be Murdered By - Eminem
Marigold - Stu Larsen

3.15.20 - Childish Gambino


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 Post subject: Re: Albums of 2020
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mine are Gigaton and Notes on a Conditional Form so far; I feel like Petals for Armor should get it too but I haven't sat with it for nearly as long


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 Post subject: Re: Albums of 2020
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Ms Harmless wrote:
mine are Gigaton and Notes on a Conditional Form so far; I feel like Petals for Armor should get it too but I haven't sat with it for nearly as long

I need to listen to that one still.


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durdencommatyler wrote:
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mine are Gigaton and Notes on a Conditional Form so far; I feel like Petals for Armor should get it too but I haven't sat with it for nearly as long

I need to listen to that one still.


when you do, feed back on the thread :)


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Couldn't get past that precocious British child talking about climate change on the first track.

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Couldn't get past that precocious British child talking about climate change on the first track.


she's Swedish


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 Post subject: Re: Albums of 2020
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Mickey wrote:
Couldn't get past that precocious British child talking about climate change on the first track.


she's Swedish


All white people look the same to me.

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 Post subject: Re: Albums of 2020
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Last year space rock/slowcore band Duster reunited, reissuing their first two albums and a bunch of miscellaneous other material through the Numero Group before releasing a brand new third album near the end of the year. Fast forward to now, and Numero Group have announced that on August 21 they will be releasing The Black Moon, a reissue that collects all of the recordings of Valium Aggelein, Duster's trippier, post-rock inflected alter ego. 25 tracks that encompass Dweller on the Threshold and Hier Kommt Der Schwartze Mond and four unreleased tunes.

The whole thing can be streamed on Bandcamp at present:


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i'm completely in love with this EP

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Craig Dunsmuir is a Toronto musician and producer who has worked closely with Sandro Perri in the past, mainly in the duo Glissandro 70, but several other projects as well.

Since the outbreak of Covid-19, he's been opening up his archive of various solo recording and performing protects including Kanada 70, Max Gross, and others. He's also been dropping demo tracks for his newest project, the Dun-Dun Band, who have been performing for a couple years now. These overdubbed solo demos have been dubbed Dun-Dun Man, and have now been collected into an album, P​-​-​>a​-​-​>n​-​-​>d​-​-​>e​-​-​>m​-​-​>o​-​-​>s 1​-​-​>10. Think Steve Reich style minimalism mated to a kind of funky, laid-back Afro-Caribbean sound.

Here it is on Bandcamp, where one can also find the rest of his growing archive:


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Brett wrote:
Craig Dunsmuir is a Toronto musician and producer who has worked closely with Sandro Perri in the past, mainly in the duo Glissandro 70, but several other projects as well.

Since the outbreak of Covid-19, he's been opening up his archive of various solo recording and performing protects including Kanada 70, Max Gross, and others. He's also been dropping demo tracks for his newest project, the Dun-Dun Band, who have been performing for a couple years now. These overdubbed solo demos have been dubbed Dun-Dun Man, and have now been collected into an album, P​-​-​>a​-​-​>n​-​-​>d​-​-​>e​-​-​>m​-​-​>o​-​-​>s 1​-​-​>10. Think Steve Reich style minimalism mated to a kind of funky, laid-back Afro-Caribbean sound.

Here it is on Bandcamp, where one can also find the rest of his growing archive:

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Was doing some searching and surfing around Bandcamp and came across Rose in the Dark by Cleo Sol. Just finished listening to it. Really fucking feeling this today. :heartbeat:


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 Post subject: Re: Albums of 2020
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Listening to Thank You Ancestor Finger by Harper's Jar right now. It's good. Hooky. Muddy. This would have been one of my 15 year old me's favorite albums.


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