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20 Sep 2015 16:34 #211016 by Michael Barnes
Oh, I wasn't even really trying...just throwing out random stuff.

Actually, I can definitely see you being a big Fear fan. Now that makes sense.

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20 Sep 2015 19:13 #211020 by LazarusTNT
USA USA USA

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22 Sep 2015 21:02 #211160 by LazarusTNT

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15 Oct 2015 13:44 #212502 by Michael Barnes
HOLY FUCKING SHIT. The new Deafheaven. I didn't think they could top Sunbather...but I think they may have. New Bermuda actually skews more traditional BM in a couple of ways- there are some METAL riffs, minor keys, and more aggression. The post-rock and shoegazer stuff is still there, but the intensity feels higher. Production is so damn good.

It came out the same week as the new Chrvches and New Order records but I've barely listened to them yet. New Bermuda might be record of the year.
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15 Oct 2015 18:17 #212526 by Hex Sinister
I'm about halfway through it and it's really good. I had a mildly shitty week so listening to this made me feel better...

N.O. is still at it huh? My friend had me check out some recent-ish stuff and I wasn't into it. Shit, I gotta jet.

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15 Oct 2015 23:29 - 15 Oct 2015 23:34 #212544 by CranBerries
Carrie and Lowell by Sufjan Stevens





I think he's a genius. He wrote this song about his deceased parents. My dad died in August, and this album tears me apart, but I can't stop listening to it. It's a different album now.
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16 Oct 2015 03:44 #212554 by Hex Sinister
Craniac, you should check out Elliott Smith...

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16 Oct 2015 09:37 #212567 by Gary Sax

Hex Sinister wrote: Craniac, you should check out Elliott Smith...


Sufjan Stevens does have a lot of Elliott Smith going on.

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17 Oct 2015 12:53 #212652 by CranBerries

Gary Sax wrote:

Hex Sinister wrote: Craniac, you should check out Elliott Smith...


Sufjan Stevens does have a lot of Elliott Smith going on.


Oh, I've been listening to Elliot Smith and Nick Drake for a long time! Put I need to put them back in the rotation. I'm also 90 percent certain that I saw Elliot Smith on the streets of Portland, Oregon at 7:00 a.m. on a Saturday, wearing a Dr. Seuss hat. This was in the mid nineties.

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19 Oct 2015 09:55 #212741 by Mr. White
Man, this has been a phenomenal year for music. IMO, the number of quality releases has been staggering. I've also really enjoyed some of the recent new punk bands that have cropped up.

The Night Birds, I've mentioned earlier this year, and their new release is even better.


I've also gotten into this band Ex Hex.


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19 Oct 2015 22:17 #212838 by Gary Sax

craniac wrote: Carrie and Lowell by Sufjan Stevens





I think he's a genius. He wrote this song about his deceased parents. My dad died in August, and this album tears me apart, but I can't stop listening to it. It's a different album now.


This album is GREAT. Thanks for posting about it, I listened to it on my walk this evening.
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24 Oct 2015 14:47 #213296 by hotseatgames
I've been listening to the new Coheed & Cambria album, The Color Before the Sun. If you are not a fan of Coheed, what is wrong with you?

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24 Oct 2015 20:32 #213303 by LazarusTNT
Albert King and Van Morrison nonstop
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30 Oct 2015 19:34 #213808 by Matt Thrower
Been digging out creepy songs for the season today. Here's one that I don't think I can stand to listen to a second time.



This is positively upbeat by comparison. Until you realise the sample is from a real 911 call.

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30 Oct 2015 20:06 #213809 by stoic
Getting reading to play Psycho Raiders:

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