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16 Sep 2018 19:54 #281714 by Gary Sax
I think that's maybe the best song describing a toxic relationship of all time (good album)... always reminds me of my own mindset going into the end of my first marriage and how fucked up I was.

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01 Oct 2018 15:40 - 01 Oct 2018 15:41 #282547 by Josh Look
Uncle Acid and the Deadbeats have a new album dropping next Friday and the timing couldn’t be better. These guys have been my October go-to for years, perfect stuff for the season in which things get spooky and cold. Someone once described them to me as “the soundtrack to a horror film directed by Herschell Gordon Lewis where the hippy movement is picked off one by one by Black Sabbath.”

I’ve not listened to any new tracks and I don’t want to until I can listen to the full album, so here’s one of my favorite tunes off of “Blood Lust” (which is where anyone should start).

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04 Oct 2018 10:49 #282694 by Ah_Pook




I've been listening to that Martha album basically on repeat for months now. The other one was randomly on in a store the other day and it caught my ear hard. I guess they've only released an EP but it's a solid 19 minutes of dreampoppy goodness.
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04 Oct 2018 11:45 #282699 by the_jake_1973

Josh Look wrote: Uncle Acid and the Deadbeats have a new album dropping next Friday and the timing couldn’t be better. These guys have been my October go-to for years, perfect stuff for the season in which things get spooky and cold. Someone once described them to me as “the soundtrack to a horror film directed by Herschell Gordon Lewis where the hippy movement is picked off one by one by Black Sabbath.”


You may want to consider Purson and Blood Ceremony for further October listening. They are in the same gloom rock vein.

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04 Oct 2018 11:52 #282702 by Josh Look

the_jake_1973 wrote:

Josh Look wrote: Uncle Acid and the Deadbeats have a new album dropping next Friday and the timing couldn’t be better. These guys have been my October go-to for years, perfect stuff for the season in which things get spooky and cold. Someone once described them to me as “the soundtrack to a horror film directed by Herschell Gordon Lewis where the hippy movement is picked off one by one by Black Sabbath.”


You may want to consider Purson and Blood Ceremony for further October listening. They are in the same gloom rock vein.


Been on both of those for awhile now, but yes, they’re both great. Purson already broke up which is a damned shame. That first record is so insanely good.

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05 Oct 2018 08:40 #282734 by BaronDonut
A lil self-promotion--got talk to about Big Star for a couple hours on my friends' podcast. Still one of my absolute favorite bands of all time: desertislanddiscourse.com/podcast/episode-54-big-star/
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05 Oct 2018 15:06 #282774 by boothwah
I don't know why, but this has been my summer coastal driving tune. Fits with all the overcast 68 degree days.

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06 Oct 2018 10:02 - 06 Oct 2018 10:03 #282789 by Jexik

Shellhead wrote: Funniest breakup song ever:


Darkest while still humorous break up song goes to Prayer to God though:



Basically the whole album is like this. Dude was pretty upset.
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06 Oct 2018 18:58 #282798 by Black Barney
I like that Eastside song a bunch, especially the acoustic version. I bought both anyway.

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07 Oct 2018 02:52 - 07 Oct 2018 02:53 #282801 by LazarusTNT
I played Funk with my buddy all night with Parliament*. What a day.

*Meaning they were being played through the amp and we improvised with it...
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08 Oct 2018 21:11 #282869 by Shellhead
A glorious strangeness:

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24 Oct 2018 09:08 #284595 by Mr. White
Terrortron's Orgy of the Vampires is my soundtrack this season with Night Flight in particular being my jam.

terrortron.bandcamp.com/

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24 Oct 2018 10:15 #284602 by Shellhead
Give this song 45 seconds to win you over:

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24 Oct 2018 10:24 #284603 by BaronDonut
I saw Guided by Voices last night, and whadya know, they put on a hell of a show. I saw them maybe 5 years ago, when they were touring with the "classic" lineup, so I wasn't sure what to expect with the slicker, more polished players Pollard's been touring and recording with. Turns out I had nothing to worry about--they fucking destroyed for two and a half straight hours, ripping through a bunch of expected classics (Goldheart Mountaintop Queen Directory, Game of Pricks, I Am a Scientist, Fair Touching, A Salty Salute, etc.) and digging into some weird places in the discography. They also played a lot of stuff from their newest album, which might have been annoying except for the fact that it's exceptionally strong material. Doug Gillard can shred, but as usual is at his best when he's riffing and not soloing. They had to mosey to their next tour stop, so we didn't get the trademark GBV triple-encore, but I left very satisfied.

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24 Oct 2018 20:31 #284633 by Sevej
City Pop, Plastic Love!

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