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Old 08-17-2017, 11:55 PM   #106
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Really, really excited about that. I never listened to Sprained Ankle the year it came out but it's been one of my two or three most listened to albums since. She's a superstar. "Appointments" is great.
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Old 08-19-2017, 12:00 AM   #107
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Old 08-19-2017, 01:06 PM   #108
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I need to watch that. The one Vox did about Radiohead's Videotape a few weeks ago was awesome.
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Old 08-19-2017, 05:19 PM   #109
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I need to watch that. The one Vox did about Radiohead's Videotape a few weeks ago was awesome.
Ehh. I didn't like that one as much. There are some things going on in that song, but I don't think they got the syncopation right. It is much less clear-cut than they made it seem (and it's caused by the mix of drums and piano more so than by the piano itself, at least to my ears). But that's mostly nitpicking, and I think the series overall is very promising.
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Old 08-19-2017, 05:55 PM   #111
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Ryan's back to being a prick lately. FJM has turned into discount Elton John collaborating with r/atheism instead of Bernie Taupin, but attacking the guy out of the blue is a pretty bad look.
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Old 08-19-2017, 10:12 PM   #112
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Ehh. I didn't like that one as much. There are some things going on in that song, but I don't think they got the syncopation right. It is much less clear-cut than they made it seem (and it's caused by the mix of drums and piano more so than by the piano itself, at least to my ears). But that's mostly nitpicking, and I think the series overall is very promising.
The reason I was so annoyed with that video is it had nothing to say about the most interesting part of the music in the song: the sliding, skittering, completely atonal drum beat that eventually falls apart.
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I hope he goes after Win Butler next month.
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I'm not sure how there is possibly a market for this, but: A craft beer for every Beatles album
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Old 08-21-2017, 07:26 AM   #117
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A week ago in the Australian music thread
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You haven't posted the link for the song in that thread.
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More of you need to get on that thread.
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Their last album was dope as hell and was disgustingly underrated, because they made a house record rather than an underground synth pop record. But Zonoscope only had three or four max really good songs. Their change of pace last record might have upset their indie fans but for fans like me who were happy to pop some MDMA and have a good time, it was tremendous. The two singles so far haven't set my world on fire, but, they've both good and seem like a compromise between In Ghost Colours and Free Your Mind, if not quite recapturing the magic of the former or the pure danceability of the latter.
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