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 Post subject: Tape Hiss & Cicadas: Deerhunter Cont.
PostPosted: Thu July 20, 2017 8:24 pm 
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Halycon Digest
Cryptograms
Microcastle
Weird Era Cont.
Momomania
Rainwater Cassette Exchange

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Fading Frontier
Turn it Up
Flourescent Grey
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Don't see a thread here but there's probably a good one in the archives. As I rank, I ask myself why I've never sought out more from Bradford Cox and Co. One of my favorite bands from the last 15 years, hands down.


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 Post subject: Re: Tape Hiss & Cicadas: Deerhunter Cont.
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 Post subject: Re: Tape Hiss & Cicadas: Deerhunter Cont.
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I always say to myself, "I should really listen to this band, since they're from Rhode Island." That's actually the band Deer Tick, though.

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 Post subject: Re: Tape Hiss & Cicadas: Deerhunter Cont.
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I've never listened to Deer Tick.


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 Post subject: Re: Tape Hiss & Cicadas: Deerhunter Cont.
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I've never listened to Deerhunter.

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 Post subject: Re: Tape Hiss & Cicadas: Deerhunter Cont.
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I like Deerhoof.


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 Post subject: Re: Tape Hiss & Cicadas: Deerhunter Cont.
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I really like the band The Dear Hunter. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Dear_Hunter


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 Post subject: Re: Tape Hiss & Cicadas: Deerhunter Cont.
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I've never listened to Deerhunter.

If you liked the reverb and echo of Psychocandy, the layered detuned guitar interplay of Daydream Nation and the whispery melodic voice of Wakin' on a Pretty Daze, this band may be for you.


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 Post subject: Re: Tape Hiss & Cicadas: Deerhunter Cont.
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Microcastle is my favorite album of theirs, but Halcyon Digest is also very solid. Easily their two best albums. I've had Microcastle in heavy rotation since its release.


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 Post subject: Re: Tape Hiss & Cicadas: Deerhunter Cont.
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Anders wrote:
Microcastle is my favorite album of theirs, but Halcyon Digest is also very solid. Easily their two best albums. I've had Microcastle in heavy rotation since its release.

I've always had a big thing for Cryptograms. It's the most raw thing they've done, and I think that sound works well for them. However, Halycon Digest is the clear winner for overall listening experience front to back. It's short and to the point while hitting all sorts of different sounds and moods.


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 Post subject: Re: Tape Hiss & Cicadas: Deerhunter Cont.
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What's the difference between these guys and Deer Tick?


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 Post subject: Re: Tape Hiss & Cicadas: Deerhunter Cont.
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That, my friend, is a question best suited for the Steve Hoffman Music Forums.


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 Post subject: Re: Tape Hiss & Cicadas: Deerhunter Cont.
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I don't typically gravitate towards lyrics in music, especially upon first listen. Sound is more my thing. Still, these lines struck me right away. :heartbeat:

From that new song Bodysnatcher shared.

They were in hills
They were in factories
They are in graves now

They were in debt to themselves
And what is it made of now?

I go around and feel how it fades
I walk around and I see what's fading
Walk around and you'll see how it fades
Walk around and you'll see what's faded


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 Post subject: Re: Tape Hiss & Cicadas: Deerhunter Cont.
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washing machine wrote:
I don't typically gravitate towards lyrics in music, especially upon first listen. Sound is more my thing. Still, these lines struck me right away. :heartbeat:

From that new song Bodysnatcher shared.

They were in hills
They were in factories
They are in graves now

They were in debt to themselves
And what is it made of now?

I go around and feel how it fades
I walk around and I see what's fading
Walk around and you'll see how it fades
Walk around and you'll see what's faded

This song is really doing it for me, the more and more I listen.


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