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Autechre: Exai

 

I know it's been mentioned already, but this. My god, this. 

post #122 of 297

 

Just ordered this from Amazon. It's a 2DVD - 2CD set that looks awesome.

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Originally Posted by StratocasterMan View Post

I'm going to count this as a 2013 release:

 

 

 

Some of the tracks were previously available as bonus material. The whole thing was available on LP as part of a box set or on Japanese CD in 2012, but it is now available on U.S. CD release exclusively at Target:

 

http://theseconddisc.com/2013/01/04/in-case-you-missed-it-norah-jones-covers-gets-domestic-cd-release/

 

Norah has great taste in the artists she has chosen to cover! 

 

Excellent covers of songs by some of the best singer-songwriters and also an excellent choice of songs to make it a very balanced album.

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New album by Kashmir -  E.A.R. 

 

Here's one of the songs from this album performed in a lovely and intense acoustic version by Kasper Eisner. All in original B and W "color" added to a very decent visual experience..

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e7gckeLmFEk  Plug in your headphones and watch it in full screen, enjoy..

 

and this, also very well shot, live recording/video should create some more interest about more hearing music from Kashmir. I'm just hyping them..:-)

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tZ5qTRiSeSQ&list=AL94UKMTqg-9Ay2Ori7Mn-MuloAIFLClxR


Edited by Jupiterknight - 3/19/13 at 9:42pm
post #125 of 297

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Suede - Bloodsports

 

Of course it very coincidental that Suede releases this album around the same time as David Bowie releases his "The Next Day" album, around 10-11 years ago since both artist/groups released any official album. I do consider both Suede and Bowie to be very significant and somewhat original on their own terms in the history of British rock music albeit performing their best work in different decades..

 

Anyway, this is IMO indeed a very fine Suede album with a very refreshing approach that sounds like they have been updating themselves and at the same time a song like "Hit Me" sounds very much the Suede I knew from the early 90's.  In a very good way..

post #126 of 297
Watching Movies With The Sound Off - Mac Miller


Release Date: Spring 2013

Mac Miller's second Studio Album is one of the most anticipated albums of 2013.



Edited by JuanseAmador - 3/23/13 at 1:22pm
post #127 of 297
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Suede - Bloodsports

 

Of course it very coincidental that Suede releases this album around the same time as David Bowie releases his "The Next Day" album, around 10-11 years ago since both artist/groups released any official album. I do consider both Suede and Bowie to be very significant and somewhat original on their own terms in the history of British rock music albeit performing their best work in different decades..

 

Anyway, this is IMO indeed a very fine Suede album with a very refreshing approach that sounds like they have been updating themselves and at the same time a song like "Hit Me" sounds very much the Suede I knew from the early 90's.  In a very good way..

 

Yes, to the new Suede album--enjoying it very much. Definitely a nice balance of the classic Suede sound and some not-too-drastic updating.  Kudos to Bowie for a new album, but it has a bit of that David Bowie and Eight of the Most Expensive Studio Session Musicians flavor.  A little hard to tell if he still has anything to say.  Of course, having such a stellar back catalog is kind of a curse, isn't it?

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Yes, to the new Suede album--enjoying it very much. Definitely a nice balance of the classic Suede sound and some not-too-drastic updating.  Kudos to Bowie for a new album, but it has a bit of that David Bowie and Eight of the Most Expensive Studio Session Musicians flavor.  A little hard to tell if he still has anything to say.  Of course, having such a stellar back catalog is kind of a curse, isn't it?

 

Not so sure if  Mr.Bowie himself considers it a curse :-)  But he certainly did create a legacy that later on was almost impossible to live up to. Although I will credit him that some of his albums that I wasn't too impressed with when they were initially released but years even decades later I changed my opinion. I'm particular thinking of albums like Scary Monster and The two Tin Machine albums.

 

Today, I definitely experience these albums as belonging among some of his best work. So the significance of the Next Day might need more than just one day to sink in, a decade or two?

post #129 of 297

 

 

HNNNNNNNGGG

Can't stop listening http://www.infinitedaftloop.com/

The two month long wait is gonna be horrible

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Heather McEntire's voice is what immediately draws me into keep listening to the second album of Mount Moriah, originally a post-rock band but now an alt-country band from North Carolina.

 

Miss McEntire has been compared to Emmylou Harris and Lucinda Williams and I can only agree.

 

Mount Moriah's sophomoric release, Miracle Temple, was released around a month ago and is so far one of my favorite alt-country albums of 2013. Not just because of Heather McEntire, but also because I overall find it a stunning album.

post #131 of 297

 

 

Youth Lagoon Wondrous Bughouse - just got it! Haven't gotten a chance to delve into or review it yet but I'm really looking forward to it!

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Heather McEntire's voice is what immediately draws me into keep listening to the second album of Mount Moriah, originally a post-rock band but now an alt-country band from North Carolina.

 

Miss McEntire has been compared to Emmylou Harris and Lucinda Williams and I can only agree.

 

Mount Moriah's sophomoric release, Miracle Temple, was released around a month ago and is so far one of my favorite alt-country albums of 2013. Not just because of Heather McEntire, but also because I overall find it a stunning album.

 

I assume you meant, "sophomore" and not "sophomoric"... wink.gif

 

Putting aside my annoying pedantic habits, you're absolutely right, it's a wonderful album (as is their debut).

post #133 of 297

 

rockabilly 

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I assume you meant, "sophomore" and not "sophomoric"... wink.gif

 

Putting aside my annoying pedantic habits, you're absolutely right, it's a wonderful album (as is their debut).

 

I just wanted to check out if anyone out there was listening wink_face.gif Pleased to know that you feel the same way about the Mount Moriah album.

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The Milk Carton Kids - The Ash & Clay

 

Two acoustic guitars and two male vocals.  No, it is not Simon & Garfunkel, but it is actually very similar sounding and IMO just as excellent (albeit with a more melancholic feel) as the originals... all presented in the year 2013.  

 

There's a couple of videos right here... 

 

http://www.themilkcartonkids.com


Edited by Jupiterknight - 3/28/13 at 10:55pm
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