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#3201

~deeeeeaaaaaath by drowning / in your owwnnn anaaaaaaaalyyyyyyssissssss~

(I totally got into math rock first, so the Discipline album has been a really fun backfilling exercise in, like, “oh THAT’S why they do it like that”)


#3202

Love this score so much.


#3203

it’s out


#3204

I’ve been really enjoying Rhucle’s blend of ambient soundscapes and field recordings over the past year. His latest tape has been really great for just sitting quietly and thinking about stuff. :slight_smile:


#3205

These guys were always in my peripheral back in the day, but I keep coming back to their new album every time I hear a new cut off it.

Also +1 to the Project label in the mid 90’s. When grunge killed shoegaze that is where I went to hide.


#3206

one of the most celebrated rock songwriters of the early 2ks had a short-lived techno project involving a premature ego crisis, premonitions of instagram, and a whole lotta FM.


#3207

new Kirkis has me going back to fellow Melbourne band Total Control


#3208

One of my faves of the year so far. Does something pretty novel with a ‘song’ and I find it really affecting. One of those singles I don’t listen to all that often because I don’t want it to get old.

My wife’s taken to cranking it loud if we’re driving long distances and it makes familliar views feel foreign. :+1:


#3209

I’ve been listening to a bunch of chart pop recently and was amused that Aussie singer Troye Sivan has gone straight from a collab with Charli XCX to one with Sigur Rós’s front man.
Might appeal if you can stand Sufjan Stevens or someone. Or if you liked weepy pop ballads in the late 80s. Haha.


#3210

oooooooh wild, listening now!

Also omg your post just reminded me I owe you some suggestions… soon!


#3211

More typical Sivan song:


#3212

“Keszler is often mistaken for an electronic musician, but in fact his sounds are raw and natural, produced by hand live in-situ. His performance with the drumset and acoustic percussion are central to his work. He produces almost impossible textures through self-realized methodologies: cascading melodies, a shadow of voices, and a unique pointillistic materiality. Although playing with the intensity of digitally-created music, his communications are done live with no processing.”

Great that he can play synth chords and flutes on a drumset and acoustic percussion. :thinking:

Liking the music a lot, anyway.


#3213


#3214

might just be my favorite yorke solo song yet, im stunned


#3215

Love this live performance of it as well. Looks like he is using a MN black and gold system which is cool to see!


#3216

Really excited to hear Glowworm has new music coming soon. Lovely track popped up on Spotify. Would recommend listening with the fire on, hot chocolate in hand, under a blanket!


#3217

#3218

Maggi Payne’s music destroys. I also recommend Arctic Winds.


#3219

Looks like I’ve been ripping off Laurie Spiegel and didn’t even realize it.
Damn, this record is cool.


#3220

Loooooooove this album! Especially that first track