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4 minutes ago, rhg_99 said:

New King Krule is excellent, didn't like his first album but this one is great.

Aye can't say I've ever really cared for him myself but thought Dum Surfer was brilliant so decided to give the album ago. Glad I did - think it's amazing. 

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I mentioned it a while back but Gang of Youths album was released in the UK yesterday and is great, definitely in my top 5 for the year.  The album is pretty long and would probably be my AOTY if they'd cut a few songs from it but well worth a listen for anyone who likes big Springsteen-inspired indie rock. Going to see them on Tuesday which I'm looking forward to, only £10 including fee's which is a welcome change from all the £40+ gigs recently.

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On 13/10/2017 at 7:14 PM, bamber said:

Wu-Tang, Hip Hop generally, as we knew it, is over. I t died a long time ago. Not dead maybe, massively diminished though.

 

Give the latest Tyler, the Creator album a go. Better than Kendrick. It's a fucking masterwork.

 

 

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17 hours ago, Mardy said:

Give the latest Tyler, the Creator album a go. Better than Kendrick. It's a fucking masterwork.

 

 

You speak of great, exceptional music, It does not compare to the golden age.

 

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Mentioned the Phoebe Bridgers record already but she just did a beautiful session on 6music. 

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On 10/14/2017 at 8:09 AM, WS_Jack_III said:

Bit nervous about this, you lot can be brutal haha 

I released my Debut EP a week ago, Neil said I could post links to it.

It's a loose concept about Nuclear weapons and the impact they can and have had. It's electronic music. As some of you know my main influences in that genre are Orbital and The Chemical Brothers.

 

and if you'd like to buy it, it's available on iTunes but Neil said buy it on Amazon music as he gets a kick back. 

iTunes - https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/tales-from-the-wastelands-ep/id1292410495?app=itunes&ign-mpt=uo%3D4

Amazon - https://www.amazon.co.uk/Tales-Wastelands-Nashville-Electro-Service/dp/B076659NG6/ref=sr_1_1?s=dmusic&ie=UTF8&qid=1507921629&sr=1-1-mp3-albums-bar-strip-0&keywords=nashville+electro+service

It's available on most music services. 

I'd be grateful if a few of you check it out. Thanks :D

Fuck - I missed this post. This is awesome mate, congratulations on getting it out there. Good luck with it all going forward

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5 hours ago, dentalplan said:

Oh yes all round awesome band Turbowolf have a new album in March and a new song now!

 

Hope these guys take off, they're great. Seen Chris in the pub a few times, nice bloke.

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3 hours ago, mjsell said:

Fuck - I missed this post. This is awesome mate, congratulations on getting it out there. Good luck with it all going forward

Cheers mate. Just sorting a live set out now.

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17 hours ago, dentalplan said:

Oh yes all round awesome band Turbowolf have a new album in March and a new song now!

 

Sounding good for me. I met them after a support slot last year (maybe supporting Frank Carter?). I was impressed by their sound and seemed like nice chaps as @Mouseboy11 said.

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Never rated King Krule but some of the praise here convinced me to give it a go yesterday, haven't stopped listening to it since (besides briefly giving A. Savages a go, also great).

Basically what FloorFiller said.

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Anyone else listening to Robert Plant's new album? A slow burner but it's good stuff. Nothing mind blowing but well worth a listen. I just love hearing his voice, one of the all time greats.

This tune has a bit of a Led Zep vibe imo.

 

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On 10/13/2017 at 8:09 PM, WS_Jack_III said:

Bit nervous about this, you lot can be brutal haha 

I released my Debut EP a week ago, Neil said I could post links to it.

It's a loose concept about Nuclear weapons and the impact they can and have had. It's electronic music. As some of you know my main influences in that genre are Orbital and The Chemical Brothers.

 

and if you'd like to buy it, it's available on iTunes but Neil said buy it on Amazon music as he gets a kick back. 

iTunes - https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/tales-from-the-wastelands-ep/id1292410495?app=itunes&ign-mpt=uo%3D4

Amazon - https://www.amazon.co.uk/Tales-Wastelands-Nashville-Electro-Service/dp/B076659NG6/ref=sr_1_1?s=dmusic&ie=UTF8&qid=1507921629&sr=1-1-mp3-albums-bar-strip-0&keywords=nashville+electro+service

It's available on most music services. 

I'd be grateful if a few of you check it out. Thanks :D

Wow, you've got a proper record out, not just some Soundcloud tracks, congratulations!

I like it, Future is the stand out track and I'm also pretty keen on Panic, it took me a minute to realise the synth in the background was a stylised air raid siren.

 

Nice one! :D

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5 minutes ago, stuartbert two hats said:

Wow, you've got a proper record out, not just some Soundcloud tracks, congratulations!

I like it, Future is the stand out track and I'm also pretty keen on Panic, it took me a minute to realise the synth in the background was a stylised air raid siren.

 

Nice one! :D

See that is really interesting. "Future" is probably my least favourite one i've ever made, although I am proud of the drum pattern in that one.

Seems like most people are enjoying "Panic" the most, it's the most streamed on all platforms.

 

My personal fave was "Dust of Death" really enjoyed creating that one.

 

Thanks so much for listening! Means the world. Already got another 4 tracks in the works.

 

The air raid siren is from a youtube clip that i've messed around with.

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Haven't got round to listening to King Krule and St Vincent yet but looking forward to doing so. 

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Thought it was pleasant enough. Not a lot to come back to tho. Felt like a Foster the People record or something.

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47 minutes ago, dentalplan said:

Thought it was pleasant enough. Not a lot to come back to tho. Felt like a Foster the People record or something.

Loads of people saying that sort of thing. There's some stand out tracks on it for me that I'll come back to.

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Think Fantano's got Alt-Right accusations stuck in his ears, giving King Krule a 4/10 and St. Vincent a 6/10 aint cool, both deserve much better.

I know it's just his opinion, right.

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First impressions and all that, but the new Margo Price album doesn't have quite as many immediate bangers as the debut, particularly in the second half.

Opening treble is strong, mind.  IIRC that first track cropped up in her Glasto set.

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19 minutes ago, CaledonianGonzo said:

First impressions and all that, but the new Margo Price album doesn't have quite as many immediate bangers as the debut, particularly in the second half.

Opening treble is strong, mind.  IIRC that first track cropped up in her Glasto set.

Yeah a lot of it seems to fall more in to standard country than the first and I probably won’t be returning to it as much, but it’s good enough for now. Really like that Willie Nelson one. 

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