Music 2018

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  1. Feb 17, 2018
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    sullydnl Ross Kemp's caf ID

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    S'up.

    I like the new version of Car Seat Headrest's Twin Fantasy more than both the old version and Teens of Denial.

    First album I've listened to from this year.
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    Listen to "Veteran" by JPEGMAFIA
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    SilentWitness ShoelessWitness Staff

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    Back with a bang, can't wait to see them next month.
  4. Feb 17, 2018
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    Brian Fallon's new album (Sleepwalkers) is great.
  5. Feb 21, 2018
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    Zebs Clare Bald'ings Daughter

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    Albums I've loved so far:

    Rejjie Snow - Dear Annie
    Anna Burch - Quit The Curse
    Dream Wife - Dream Wife
    Shame - Songs of Praise

    Albums I Can't Wait For:

    Baloji
    Wyvern Lingo
    Delorentos
    Superorganism
    Goat Girl
    Boy Azooga
    Sunflower Bean
    Confidence Man
    Nathaniel Rateliff
    Young Fathers
    David Byrne
    Goat Girl
    The Hot Sprockets
    Villagers

    Songs I've loved so far:

    Rejjie Snow - Egyptian Luvrs
    Rejjie Snow - Charlie Brown
    Anna Burch - What I Want
    Hatchie - Sure
    Erica Cody - Good Intentions
    Tshegue - Survivor
    Boy Azooga - Loner Boogie
    Rosborough - Another Lesson
    Delorentos - In Darkness We Feel Our Way
    Confidence Man - Don't You Know I'm In A Band
    Baloji - Soleil Du Voit
    Sunflower Bean - Crisis Fest
    Superorganism - Everybody Wants To Be Famous
    The Scratch - Shadow
    Whenyoung - Pretty Pure
    Shame - Donk
    Wyvern Lingo - Maybe It's My Nature
    Young Fathers - In My View
    Dream Wife - Hey Heatbreaker
  6. Feb 22, 2018
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    R.N7 Such tagline. Wow!

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  7. Feb 23, 2018
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    I must be completely out of touch, I know about 2 bands/artists posted above.
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    Been waiting for this since Archandroid. Loved that album.
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    Maagge enjoys sex, doesn't enjoy women not into ONS

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    She has released an album since then?
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    So she has :lol:

    There is too much to listen too these days !! *Shakes old man fist*
  11. Mar 23, 2018
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    sullydnl Ross Kemp's caf ID

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    The new Jack White album is impressively bad.

    Which tbf is more interesting than a blandly competent album like Lazaretto.
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  12. Mar 24, 2018
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    This is incredibly good.
  13. Mar 26, 2018
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    Zebs Clare Bald'ings Daughter

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    Yep. In my list a few posts up. Saw them live at the end of January and they're fantastic, can't wait for the album in June.
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    MoBeats Conspiracy Buff

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    Ah sweet, this is all I've heard, so there's more good stuff?
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    Zebs Clare Bald'ings Daughter

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    Only two singles so far, the above and Face Behind The Cigarette, which is a bit less guitar driven but still a great tune. They did a session with Huw Stephens on Radio One recently where you'll find them doing live performances of the two singles and a third song called Breakfast Epiphany.

    I'm hopefully interviewing 'em soon!
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    Its a ridiculously good album. Was a bit disappointed he was going to rerecord something instead of bringing out something fresh but its totally worth it.
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    Young Fathers' album is great.

    And I really like MGMT's new album too, wasn't expecting much but it's good.
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    Updating my list from above. Great year for tunes so far.

    Albums I've loved so far:


    Rejjie Snow - Dear Annie
    Anna Burch - Quit The Curse
    Dream Wife - Dream Wife
    Shame - Songs of Praise
    Baloji - 137 Avenue Kaniama
    Wyvern Lingo - Wyvern Lingo
    Delorentos - True Surrender
    Superorganism - Superorganism
    Goat Girl - Goat Girl
    Sunflower Bean - 22 In Blue
    Confidence Man - Confident Music For Confident People
    Nathaniel Rateliff - Tearing At The Seams
    Young Fathers - Cocoa Sugar

    Mattiel - Mattiel
    Unknown Mortal Orchestra - Sex & Food
    Paddy Hanna - Frankly, I Mutate
    Margaret Glaspy - Born Yesterday

    Albums I Can't Wait For:

    Boy Azooga
    Matt Maltese
    Father John Misty
    Villagers
    Natalie Prass
    Arctic Monkeys
    Snail Mail
    Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever
    Janelle Monae
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    Young Fathers were amazing live. So stoked that them and Chvrches have released absolute bangers this year. Big up the Scotland massive! #respeck g
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  21. May 6, 2018
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    The new Parquet Courts album is short, sharp and likeable.
  22. Jun 4, 2018
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    R.N7 Such tagline. Wow!

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    This band is funky af.
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  23. Jun 4, 2018
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    The new Stephen Malkmus album is extremely enjoyable.
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    I know none of them :lol:
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    I should check some of these out. Im going to see UMO live in July. They are one of the best bands i've seen live. Sex and food gets a 7.5/10 from me. Not as good as Multi-love for me but solid. How did you like Father John Misty's 'God's favorite customer'? I listened to it for the first time a few days ago and it was a very good listen. 'Please don't die', 'Mr. Tillman' and the title track are immediate standout tracks for me but im liking it the more I listen.
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    I saw them at Glastonbury a few years back. They're great.
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    Eckers99 Michael Corleone says hello

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  33. Sep 6, 2018
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    On the first few listens this album sounds much better than their debut, which itself was aight.
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    Album of the year.
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    sullydnl Ross Kemp's caf ID

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    Aye, fair bit of hype around it and I can see why. If I was a 17 year old from the UK this album would be the absolute shit.

    It's also kinda interesting that this album comes a couple of months after Parquet Courts' Wide Awake, another excellent socially & politically charged alt/punk album. Maybe this is the upside to a lot of young people feeling pissed off about the way their various countries are going?
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  37. Sep 17, 2018 at 12:21
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    amolbhatia50k Sneaky bum time

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    Recommend me some new music people. My problem is that I'm fanatical about the stuff I like but I'm simultaneously turned off by too many things/too darn picky.

    I don't fancy punk rock/grunge, metal, rap, nearly all hip hop (other than the likes of Black Messiah, Anderson Paak ) or electronic.
  38. Sep 17, 2018 at 12:42
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    Zebs Clare Bald'ings Daughter

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    New Villagers record out this Friday. Here's the first single from it:



    Matt Maltese's debut album this year was/is a delight:



    Mattiel's debut is also unreal:



    Delorentos' 5th album is their best yet:



    Superorganism are total wankers, but brilliant wankers:



    Parcels' debut is out later this month. For fans of Chic/Daft Punk:



    St. Paul & The Broken Bones' new one is full of soulful belters:



    Stella Donnelly has a voice to die for. Super lyricist too:



    Wyvern Lingo are one of the best Irish acts around right now:



    whenyoung are easy breezy indie pop:



    Much more where that came from. Tell me what's shit/good. :lol:
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    Maagge enjoys sex, doesn't enjoy women not into ONS

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    I honestly still like their debut better. Maybe something with the writing. Although it has been growing a bit on me.
  40. Sep 18, 2018 at 17:55
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    sullydnl Ross Kemp's caf ID

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    Hmmm, so keeping quite indie then?

    Maybe Mitski's album if you haven't heard it:



    Or RBCF:



    Or Tomberlin:



    Or U.S Girls: