Discussion in 'SMB' started by James, Feb 7, 2013.
Hope so but uncut, mojo and Q are saying its pretty average. We'll see.
Aye, the reviews I've seen have been less than brilliant.
Think the last one was the same? I like it.
Been downhill since Nocturne. Have a good trip btw, how long are you away?
@chunkylover53 agree with you about BC Camplight, not doing it for me. Devon Welsh is really lovely, just think his voice is excellent.
Cheers! I get back Sunday 9th so only there for a week or so. Mostly work...
The Idles album is class
A friend is mates with most of the band and I've been repeatedly told to listen to them but never bothered to, definitely worth a listen?
Last album was a bit dull, though that song which goes 'motherrrrrrr fuckerrrrrrrrr' plays in my head at least once a day. Will give the new one a spin this weekend.
Saw Jason from Sleaford Mods on Twitter giving them a load of shit for being middle class wankers trying to act working class. Soon deleted. Think that lad needs a break from the internet for a while.
Think he has. He posted on twitter saying he’s wrapping it in due to the grief he got. Maybe brought it on himself
Anna Calvi surprisingly good
Idles is good too (didn’t love them live mind)
Mogwai is just mogwai. Excellent
EOTR highlights included Fat White Family, Flat Worms, Jeff Tweedy and Richard Dawson
Oh and really enjoyed Szun Waves
Suspiria by Thom Yorke was played on 6 music earlier this evening, sounds canny.
Anyone heard Big Red Machine yet? Record by one of the Dessners and Bon Iver.
Actually heard yesterday as we had some friends over and one of them was playing it. I have to say that I was not impressed, seemed sort of blah as nothing really caught my attention from it. However, I will probably give it a more dedicated listening.
Sean Lennon has posted 4 hours ago to say that the Beanpole album is now on streaming sites. This is a 1990s Les Claypool side project that never got a release and Lennon’s Chimera Music label have finally given it a release. I’ll listen tomorrow.
And live from a computer room in a scientific institute in Ho Chi Minh City, this week's new releases. We have albums from Adult., Boston Manor, Chic, Chilly Gonzales, Clutch, Eric Bachmann, Everlast, JEFF the Brotherhood, Kathy Mattea, Lenny Kravitz, Macy Gray, Mike Farris, Mirah, MNEK, Mothers, Paul Carrack, Paul McCartney, Paul Simon, Rae Spoon, Ruston Kelly, Sauna Youth, Spiritualized, St Paul & the Broken Bones, Swamp Dogg, Teleman, Waxahatchee (an EP), Gabriel Kahane and Honey Hahs.
Spiritualized, don’t let me down. Singles and reviews have been great.
Some blasts from my past there. Clutch, Everlast and Spiritualized for me this week.
spiritualised will be heard today mate. the nephew recommended us let's eat grandma last week. very interesting listen imo.
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