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    Just listened to the Local Natives leak for the second time. Pretty disappointed with it
    Really? So far I'm liking it more than Gorilla Manor. It seems like they put a lot more thought into this album. So far I really like Heavy Feet, Black Balloons, Wooly Mammoth, Mt Washington and You & I.
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    Saw this last night and I couldn't even fall asleep with the excitement.

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    To those that are hip hop fans, any of you patiently still waiting for Jay Electronica's Act II? Been waiting for like 4 years.

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    If you're looking for some great Krautrock-style drone-based rock, check out Föllakzoid's II. They're Chilean so I guess it's really hierbarock or something (thank you Google translate), but it's completely awesome and hypnotizing nonetheless.

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    Tomahawk - Oddfellows slays pretty hard. At least for me. I'm not that used to slaying, though.

    Ulrich Schnauss - A Long Way To Fall is another sprawling, ethereal output.

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    The ducktails album is great. Not what I was expecting in terms of sound at all but still great.

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    I've been looking forward to throwing on that Schnauss record. sounds like something I'd enjoy. I'm also looking forward to the release of the collaborative track he did with Tycho.
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    I'm also looking forward to the release of the collaborative track he did with Tycho.
    That track was so fat live. God damn

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    Boris covering Sometimes? Um yeah ok I'm downloading this right now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Josh_Garrett View Post
    Really? So far I'm liking it more than Gorilla Manor. It seems like they put a lot more thought into this album. So far I really like Heavy Feet, Black Balloons, Wooly Mammoth, Mt Washington and You & I.
    I think they put too much thought into the album though. Touring with The National and Arcade Fire, I think they wanted too much to be the next big-ish indie band and drifted too far from their original sound.

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    Quote Originally Posted by guedita View Post
    Ulrich Schnauss - A Long Way To Fall is another sprawling, ethereal output.
    I quite liked this one after my first listen; it's got a nice blend of electronic and acoustic instruments. I thought it kind of ran out of steam at the end, but maybe some more listens will convince me otherwise.

    Quote Originally Posted by TallGuyCM View Post
    And the UMO album sounds like it could just be outtakes from the first album, lots of similarities. But they're not really a band I expect to push the envelope too much, so this wasn't a deterrent.
    These guys have a pretty unique sound and I agree that they don't stray too from it on this album, but I think your characterization of II as a bunch of outtakes from the last album is a bit harsh. The songwriting has improved a lot, they did well to work with different tempos (that was my biggest complaint about the debut), and I think the one-two of "No Need for a Leader" and "Monki" shows that they're trying to branch out and experiment.


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    After listening to Hummingbird by Local Natives, i'll admit its a good album that is a very nice listen, but it just doesnt push any boundaries and doesnt have any super big standouts like gorilla manor did after 1st listen. I thought they were a better live band anyways, so I'll have to see how it is live. I think the pitchfork rating sums it up. although good, not the best new music.

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    Ex Cops' True Hallucinations is an innocent enough little pop album. Soft, shoegaze-y vocals over a variety of different instruments. Nothing that really sticks though.
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    Black Chamber - Black Chamber is some very nice instrumental, jazzy trip-hop. Highly recommended.

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    Everything Everything's Arc is pretty stupendous. I am not exactly sure what to call them, as they cover a lot of ground on this release, but "experimental pop" might be fitting for them. Both vocally and musically, I could see comparisons made to Bon iver, TV on the Radio, and Twin Shadow, and a dash of Menomena in the arrnagements. The vocals are extremely strong and frenetic. On the bigger, faster-paced tracks, the instrumentation is dancey, complicated and groove-lade, with an especially impressive bass played. The album does a suffer a bit in sequencing, in that there are moments of incredible energy that stop with a thud as a super snoozy slow track just abruptly materializes. But overall, this is a very strong and very enjoyable sophomore effort.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chunk View Post
    The ducktails album is great. Not what I was expecting in terms of sound at all but still great.
    Yeah! Really digging this. Seems like a real takeoff from their previous material - some jazz / funk / disco in the mix on this one.
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    The new Veronica Falls album Waiting for Something to Happen is really, really great. I LOVED their last album and this is a cut above that. Stronger songs, more varied...awesome record.

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    YES YES YES YES YES

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    We are preparing to go live with the new album/website this evening. We will make an announcement as soon as its up.
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    Oh shit.

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    It's happening. The old web site just went down.
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    New local natives album isn't bad or anything, but it also doesn't keep my attention for its duration. It's all a bit stale sounding to me. I'm sure live these tracks will kill.

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    new Iceage album is good. short burst but its all great.

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    The new Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds album, Push The Sky Away is quite remarkable. This is Nick Cave at his most subdued, however, he still makes every song a spectacle. The composition on the album is both minimal and elaborate, but at all times exquisite. In every single song there are so many subtleties to appreciate, and I am sure as I listen more that I hadn't heard before will come forward. It seems to me that Push The Sky is a reaction to Grinderman and Dig! Lazarus, Dig!, and while I love both of those, I have no complains on the direction in which Cave and The Bad Seeds chose to go on this album.

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    Man. Nick Cave has made the album to beat at this point in this still very young 2013, in my book. Quaint, gorgeous, haunting, beautiful. Higgs Boson Blues in particular is astonishing.
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    Dude. For real.

    Finishing Jubilee Street is a fucking track as well.

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    Yeah, and Jubilee Street too. I can't wait to listen to it again and again.
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    Where were you guys a couple weeks ago or so when Jubliee street came out as a single???
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    Quote Originally Posted by getbetter View Post
    Where were you guys a couple weeks ago when Jubliee street came out as a single???
    Waiting for the album.
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    New Nick Cave is solid on first listen. Glad he and his crew are back at it.

    New Delphic is utter dogshit. WTF are they doing with this nonsense?! Such a shame, after their great debut a few years back. Whatever.

    I'm surprised the new Unknown Mortal Orchestra is getting such little love in this thread. Personally, I like it far better than Lonerism (I know that's a 2012 relase, but they are within 12 mos of one another so...anyway, I think the UMO album is better).

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