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Post#801 » by 0BobLobLaw0 » Wed Aug 7, 2019 4:43 am

Tool is releasing their first new song in about 13 years today 8/7......it's been a long time coming. New album 8/30.

Never thought this was going to happen. Can't wait.
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Post#802 » by ReasonablySober » Wed Aug 7, 2019 12:59 pm

0BobLobLaw0 wrote:Tool is releasing their first new song in about 13 years today 8/7......it's been a long time coming. New album 8/30.

Never thought this was going to happen. Can't wait.


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Post#803 » by chonestown » Wed Aug 7, 2019 11:29 pm

David Berman has died. I am gutted. I blabbed on here about Purple Mountains which came out earlier this summer. "Storyline Fever" is as attuned to the zeitgeist as any song I can remember lately. Not a good last couple days for people who love the people who can string together words.

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Post#804 » by ReasonablySober » Fri Aug 9, 2019 1:36 pm

As the world changes and I've changed drastically over the last 20 years, it's so welcome to have new Strung Out arrive and have them sound the exact same as they did when I was in high school. Today is a #blessed day.




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Post#805 » by stellation » Fri Aug 9, 2019 10:55 pm

Bucksfan28 wrote:Song of the year candidate. God Bless Spotify and those algorithms. Some of my favorite stuff recently has been from small, unknown bands that I never would've heard otherwise.


I love those Spotify algorithms, they're the one modern media company where I feel like their collection of my interests and building a profile to then magically make suggestions to me is something I'm happy with because I can see a clear benefit. I love the playlist radio feature, that's become my go to standard listening experience now with it (I still buy lots of music on physical media and generally am listening to that around the house/for albums) and they always insert something I stop and go "wait, what's that?" and go check out the band/end up buying some of their stuff. I just wish the radio lists were refreshed a little more frequently.
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Post#806 » by MikeIsGood » Mon Aug 12, 2019 10:08 pm

The National are wonderful and have a deep catalog, but I haven't been able to really get into the new album (now several months old). I keep replaying Sleep Well Beast, which is one of my all-time favorites.

I also propose Dark Side of the Gym as one of their GOATs.
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Post#807 » by Bucksfan28 » Sat Aug 17, 2019 3:53 pm

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Bucksfan28 wrote:Song of the year candidate. God Bless Spotify and those algorithms. Some of my favorite stuff recently has been from small, unknown bands that I never would've heard otherwise.


I love those Spotify algorithms, they're the one modern media company where I feel like their collection of my interests and building a profile to then magically make suggestions to me is something I'm happy with because I can see a clear benefit. I love the playlist radio feature, that's become my go to standard listening experience now with it (I still buy lots of music on physical media and generally am listening to that around the house/for albums) and they always insert something I stop and go "wait, what's that?" and go check out the band/end up buying some of their stuff. I just wish the radio lists were refreshed a little more frequently.


Agree with all of this. I have the problem though of getting too caught up in new stuff i really like and not fully flushing through some of the playlists/radio.

Semi-related: I came across these guys a few days ago and been loving their EP.

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Post#808 » by Wooderson » Sat Aug 17, 2019 4:30 pm

Tiny Changes video was posted a couple days ago interviewing the artists who cotributed to album the covering Frightened Rabbit's Midnight Organ Fight. The original is such an amazing piece. Bittersweet how Scott originally put it together and it turned into more of a rememberence piece.



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Post#809 » by Iheartfootball » Sun Aug 18, 2019 2:14 am

MikeIsGood wrote:The National are wonderful and have a deep catalog, but I haven't been able to really get into the new album (now several months old). I keep replaying Sleep Well Beast, which is one of my all-time favorites.

I also propose Dark Side of the Gym as one of their GOATs.


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Post#810 » by chonestown » Mon Aug 19, 2019 4:46 pm

A couple superlative examples of wide-lens music writing have become must-visits for your boy.

Tom Breihan has been running down in chronological order the entire history of Billboard's #1 pop singles at Stereogum in a column called, natch, "The Number Ones." There's the obvious summary of artist and song, but a tremendous amount of context is provided and it's clearly been well-researched. It's as much an American history lesson as it is a bit of serialized music criticism. Somehow, the comments section is even more worthwhile!

https://www.stereogum.com/category/franchises/the-number-ones/

Sportswriter/music journalist Natalie Weiner is doing something similar, though more specific. Her focus is jazz in 1959 as she examines each day in the calendar year. This weekend occasioned the release of "Kind of Blue" which is as shopworn a topic there is, but she dug up a NYT review lamenting the misuse of Coltrane and Adderley that was fascinating in how wrong it was. She also crossposts on her twitter and it's a welcome oasis amongst other 280-character garbage fires.

https://the1959project.com/
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