Also, buffoon is spelled buffoon, not "bafoon."
He's just upset he didn't post it first. You know how he gets.
November 6 - Sia
November 12 - Black Sabbath
December 1 - Kanye West
January 30 - Sleep
July 3 - Roger Waters
8/7/16 - Sufjan Stevens @ Hollywood Bowl // 8/8/16 - Radiohead @ Shrine // 8/8/16 - Boris @ Regent
9/14/16 - Wilco @ Theatre at Ace Hotel // 9/18/16 - Kraftwerk @ Hollywood Bowl
For those who enjoyed Stara Rzeka's Cień Chmury nad Ukrytym Polem, I've just discovered that Jakub Ziołek released two other albums this year under different names: one as Alameda 3 called Pˇźne krˇlestwo (he describes it as "a continuation of Stara Rzeka, but a little more rock-influenced"), and another as T'ien Lai called Da'at which he believes "is, in a way, a tribute to so-called 'krautrock' and bands like Cluster or Popol Vuh" (quotes from this Quietus interview from August).
I'm about half way through the Alameda 3 album, which is pretty fucking awesome so far, and I've got Da'at queued up after that.
Turns out the new Burial 12" is fucking beautiful.
I love the transition to mood pieces. He was always moody and great at creating atmosphere, but I love how the jams from the past few EPs shift within each track. They are almost proggy, in terms of changes. He's really good.
Edit: Wrong thread.
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[SIZE=2]April 9th - The Residents at the Regent Theater
April 23rd - Parov Stelar at Club Nokia
May 2nd - Tortoise at the Teragram Ballroom
May 6th -*Sunn O)))*at the Regent Theater
May 7th - Melvins, Melt Banana at the Troubadour
May 16th - Br÷tzmann/Adasiewicz/Edwards/Noble at Zebulon
ATP Iceland, July 1-3, 2016*
FYF Fest, August 27-28, 2016*/SIZE]
Also, NHK'Koyxeи's Dance Classics Vol. III (which comes out in the US tomorrow) isn't quite as frenetic as 2012' I or II but still retains his playful and somewhat hallucinatory use of synths.
More here: http://www.thelmagazine.com/TheMeasu...wFullText=trueIs the stuff that you listen to yourself, stuff where you’re really into the beats or the drumming, does that tend to be more mechanical dance stuff? Is it live drumming?
Gabe: I don’t really listen to records and go, “Listen to the drums on ‘em!” I don’t really listen to a lot of stuff, to be honest. I think the way we work is more about finding things that sit well together and painting pictures, shapes. There’s some sounds on the record where I drummed, but processed to the point of not sounding like drums, you know? It’s all part of experimentation, so there’s no record I’m listening to and thinking, “Oh I want to copy that...”
Clams Casino just released a third free mixtape you can download here.
Heck yeah! I love everything I've heard by him.
Any y'all listened to the new Beyonce record? Because Rocket is pretty much D'Angelo at his best. Honestly, the only difference would be more guitar and a male lead vocal. It's fucking spectacular, as are so many other tracks on it. It's heads and tails above any other album she's put out, and pretty impressive as an artistic statement. I love Haunted because it doesn't sound like anything that would ever be on a major pop artist's record ever. Although the same could be said of many of these songs.
Beyonce just made one of the sexiest albums about monogamy I've ever heard. Some filler, but most of it is fire. Feels like her "janet." moment.