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post #136 of 143
I think I may have found my favourite album of 2014. Maybe even of the last couple of years. Been playing it relentlessly. It reminds me of that it's been a very long time that a record made such an impression and had giant replay value. Even more so because it's a female artist who with the odd exception don't do it for me at all. Emma Ruth Rundle (oh sweet beautiful Emma) - Some Heavy Ocean
Edited by moriez - 10/13/14 at 2:02am
post #137 of 143

Is one of the rules to post the cd pic?  LOL....

 

Dave Weckl "Convergence" cd.

 

Arguably the greatest drummer in the world put out an amazing collaboration with his past keyboard player Jay Oliver.

 

If you were ever looking for a cd that bridged the gap between rock and jazz you can't go wrong with this cd.  It's amazing.  All musicians are masters at their craft.  I love this cd!!

post #138 of 143


Jenny Hval & Susanna: Meshes of Voice

 

Tried to pull together a paragraph describing this thing--after half a dozen false starts I gave up. Let's just put it this way: if you have a thing for weird pop, and you're pretty ok with noisy experimentation and droning ambiance, then you need this in your life. The art pop equivalent of Boris and Sunn O)))'s Altar. 

 


Kayo Dot: Coffins on Io

 

Will Kayo Dot top my year-end list of best albums, like they did last year? Stay tuned to find out!


Edited by metalsonata - 10/21/14 at 8:04am
post #139 of 143

Johnny Marr returns.. Much better than last year totally forgotten album, now he at least sounds or looks like Liam or Noal Gallagher, make your pick.. One absolutely great thing IMO.. I have heard that JM is playing a bunch (some) of the Smiths songs at his present tour. That is all I need to experience in 2014.. Who else can play the intro of "This Charming Man" etc. correctly and with the same time feel..

 

 

 

 

 

https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=video&cd=5&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0CDEQtwIwBA&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.youtube.com%2Fwatch%3Fv%3D6PD2qRyL470&ei=bzJPVKruAoGAsQTCuYKQDQ&usg=AFQjCNEPBWobQ7DwnOVRbb4jg4lavWbDjw&sig2=ExpR67qvz500gTJDx4q9BA&bvm=bv.77880786,d.cWc


Edited by Jupiterknight - 10/27/14 at 11:08pm
post #140 of 143

Vashti Bunyan: Heartleap

You'll either find it to be beautiful or to be boring. I think it's quite beautiful.

 


Godflesh: A World Lit Only by Fire

Godflesh are back, and in a big way. One of the best metal albums of the year.

 


Pharmakon: Bestial Burden

Death industrial goes pop. Viscera and vomit are involved. (Note: not actually a pop record.)

 


Run the Jewels: Run the Jewels 2

Hip hop album of the year?

 


Scott Walker and Sunn O))): Soused

Two of the most prominent and yes, even legendary, modern experimental rock artists team up and see what happens. Remember that Lou Reed + Metallica thing that came out a couple years back? If you are at all like me, you actually had some hopes for that thing, and thought that there were at least a couple of pretty stunning moments on it, even if the rest was trash. This is sort of like those stunning moments, stretched out to 50 minutes. A must for those who love Walker's recent work.

post #141 of 143

 

Drive-By Truckers: English Oceans

One of the great modern rock bands, Drive-By Trucker's newest album keeps the song writing tight. A nice album for sunny fall days.

 

 

Cayetana: Nervous Like Me

Fun pop punk.


Edited by Jeff - 10/30/14 at 12:12pm
post #142 of 143
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Originally Posted by Asr View Post
 

Both of these come out tomorrow, 1/14.

 

 

The Crystal Method - (self-titled) (electronica)

 

 

Devour the Day - Time & Pressure (heavy rock/metal)

 

Devour the Day - Time & Pressure

 

This is an awesome album. First heard "Good Man" on Octane and loved the song. So I looked up the album and love it. Every song has something different, its not just the same old rock songs over and over again. This album just gets better from beginning to end. Great band and hope to hear more from them in the future.

post #143 of 143
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Originally Posted by timetotime View Post
Devour the Day - Time & Pressure

 

This is an awesome album. First heard "Good Man" on Octane and loved the song. So I looked up the album and love it. Every song has something different, its not just the same old rock songs over and over again. This album just gets better from beginning to end. Great band and hope to hear more from them in the future.

 

Delayed response here I know, but a sincere thanks for the bump/recommendation. I hadn't actually picked up that album yet (I did get The Crystal Method's album, but not Devour The Day's) and had somewhat forgotten about it, previewing it again just now reminded me of why I got interested in it in the first place. Have to pick that album up soon!

 

Btw, there's an updated thread for 2015 releases elsewhere in this forum, I'm always on the prowl for new music if you have any recs. ;) 

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