Type: Posts; User: FEELS
Deerhoof - The Magic
Deerhoof - Reveille
Lush - Split
And that officially puts my collection at over 250 records!
Also, the Mekons are playing Pappy & Harriet's in September and I'm sooo fucking excited.
So glad I finally got to see Deerhoof last night! What a fun, energetic and talented band.
Does anyone know the presale code(s) for the Magnetic Fields show at Royce Hall?
The Beach Boys - Close-Up
Parquet Courts - Human Performance (awesome packaging)
I'm really thinking/hoping Ween will be announced in phase 3. Still no LA date since they've reunited, and they'd fit this fest so perfectly.
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds - The Boatman's Call
Bob Dylan - Blonde On Blonde
Guided By Voices - Alien Lanes
Television Personalities - They Could Have Been Bigger Than The Beatles
How the hell did their budget increase so much since last year?
Holy shit, Television!! I didn't get the chance to see their recent LA show so this is such great news. Fuck ya.
I watched my first Rainer Werner Fassbinder film, Ali: Fear Eats The Soul, last night. What a deeply moving movie. It's sad that the story resonates so well 40 years later, paralleling with the US's...
It's a repress. I've heard the difference in sound on the OG 45's is huge and much better. Which I can't really imagine because I think the repress sounds perfect and that fucking bass sound is soo...
David Bowie - Lodger
The Cure - Boy's Don't Cry
Public Image Ltd. - Second Edition
The Smiths - Hatful Of Hollow
Oo hell ya! Could you please group it?
The whole ATL scene is producing so much good shit as usual. Lil Yachty, Thouxanbandfauni, Playboi Carti, Unotheactivist... all great.
I hardly post in this thread but I still think my favorite newish rapper is Lil' Yachty. His "Lil Boat" mixtape has been one of my most played releases of 2016. Like how can you not like this dude?
Yes! This dude is great, I've been listening to him non-stop these past few days. The beat on "No Flockin'" is so rad too.
The Beach Boys - Smiley Smile
The Beach Boys - Surf's Up
Bob Dylan - Desire
Washer - Here Comes Washer
Hahaha that's shitty but hilarious. It also sounds like something I'd do if I was wasted.
Gotcha, thanks. I've only seen Stephin solo (well, Sam was playing cello too) and that was great. It would be awesome seeing the full band with all these added instruments! I can't wait.
First off, news of a new 50 song album from them is the best news ever!! Second off, the show description from UCLA's website sounds incredible.
I can't find any info regarding on sale info...
Wow, this is actually way better than I was expecting it to be. And this is only the first set of announcements? Rad. Has anybody seen Suicide in recent years? Them alone are enough to get me to...
Bedhead - Whatfunlifewas (so awesome Numero Group recently reissued all three of their pretty-much-perfect albums. One of the most underrated groups of the 90s.)
Billy Bragg - Back To Basics
I thought it was one of the worst opening acts I've ever seen to be honest, was thankful when Lush totally redeemed the night.
Modern Baseball's new one is pretty damn good as well. I think I posted about this in this thread before, but I'm not really into the whole emo/post-punk revival that's been going on... The majority...
A little late to the party but the new Skepta album is so rad.
2014 had the most lax security I've ever seen at a festival. I accidentally parked in the artist's parking lot (right next to Vincent Gallo's Airstream lol), never had to show my ticket upon...
I actually went through this whole thread again last month, nice to see it get bumped!
I'm glad this is back! The Kinks are the best, and there's lots of other classic stuff on this page. Assuming Blood On The Tracks is in the book and you haven't listened to it... Maybe that's the...
Creating fake shows on Facebook hasn't been funny for months.
Shows at the Orpheum would've been perfect! I just went there for the first time to see Joanna Newsom and I loved that place. I might be the only person who doesn't like the Ace. I've been there...
Mind sharing the presale info? :)
Dang. I prefer a big GA room to a seated auditorium though.
Same here! I went in 2014 and the dust was pretty much the only complaint I had. Joshua Tree should be way better and a lot cooler (it's still quite hot out here in the desert in October).
How's the Shrine Expo Hall? It's larger than the auditorium right?
Antony hardly ever plays L.A. right? Her alone is a huge selling point to go for me.
Yess. I actually thought the fest may have taken a loss last year, so I'm hyped to see it's even been turned into a three day thing.
I've never been a huge fan of James Blake but I'll definitely check out the new one. Lots of good music coming out the next few weeks.
You didn't abandon this did you? This thread actually inspired me to check out the list and listen as well. I'm at #30 (Bill Evans) and have so far heard a lot of great stuff that I never had before....
I always somehow forget that Stereolab were just one of the greatest bands ever.
Don't really like how the navigation menu is at the bottom now...
So I guess they're doing a "locals only" sale like they do with Coachella a few days before the fest. I'm super hyped I have the chance to save some money and maybe go to this!
I am! I need to check that thread more often. Those are some heavy leaks.
Stereolab - Mars Audiac Quintet
It leaked? I'm so excited to hear this one. That dude is a ridiculously amazing songwriter and can make some epic, great songs. He's probably, along with Parquet Courts, my favorite indie act out...
I know it's not the "classic" line-up, but I'm still super excited to finally be able to see GBV in August.
Guided By Voices:
6.25.16 Calgary, AB - Sled Island Festival*
7.06.16 Pittsburgh, PA...
I totally feel the same!
They told the crowd tonight that they'll be playing the Fonda (two nights I think?) in September!