Album Recommendations 2019

Discussion in 'music, bands, clubs & festies' started by Buddy Bradley, Jan 4, 2019.

  1. Threshers_Flail

    Threshers_Flail Well-Known Member

    Seeing them live next Saturday and can't bloody wait. :cool::cool::cool:
  2. killer b

    killer b Minimum Waste / Maximum Joy

    they're on at the white hotel yeah? I was thinking of going but they go all night there and I can't cope with the sleep deprivation anymore...
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  3. Dragnet

    Dragnet Active Member

    Not new new, but previously unreleased from the original 3-piece Cabaret Voltaire lineup.

    Chance Versus Causality

  4. stavros

    stavros Well-Known Member

    Muggs, he of Cypress Hill, released one in August called Kill Em All, and it's pretty good if you like his cinematic styles.

    I can't find any clips, alas, and nor do I think it's available in the UK, but it is available through other channels.
  5. killer b

    killer b Minimum Waste / Maximum Joy

    The score for Bait has just been released as an album, and is brilliant.

  6. butchersapron

    butchersapron blood on the walls

    Oh fantastic news.
  7. butchersapron

    butchersapron blood on the walls

    38 minutes later: that is wonderful. Amongst the best thing's i've heard this year. Reminded me a bit of those classic popol vuh herzog soundtracks. But angrier.
  8. Threshers_Flail

    Threshers_Flail Well-Known Member

    Yep. Might be worth checking the set times?
  9. butchersapron

    butchersapron blood on the walls

    One of his fav films is The Shout (there are def some common themes with bait). John Hurt plays a sound effects boffin in this (i'm sorry that the actual score is by genesis prats though) - he think may well quite like this sort of thing so maybe we can expect some more from him. Hope so anyway.
  10. a_chap

    a_chap When the world came apart, where were you?

    Have finally found a near-ish cinema that's showing the film :)

    It's next month and it's in the next county :mad:

    But the ticket's only £4 :thumbs:
  11. a_chap

    a_chap When the world came apart, where were you?

    Was listening to this and the music's OK mixed with occasional bit of dialogue from the film. You kind of try to guess what's happening in the film at that point, don't you.

    After a while I though "this film dialogue seems a bit odd". How come the film has a scene about stripping out an engine from the vehicle after a "500 run".

    Turns out I'd also got the Thunderbird Land Speed Record YouTube channel playing a video in the background :D :facepalm:
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  12. butchersapron

    butchersapron blood on the walls

    Do some canvassing when you're over there.
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  13. Orang Utan

    Orang Utan knows how to use the three shells

    That's on amazon prime - will add it to the watch list, cheers
  14. nogojones

    nogojones Well-Known Member

    I'm quite enjoying Kojey Radical - Cashmere Tears

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  15. billy_bob

    billy_bob contents may have settled during transit

    We Lost the Sea - Triumph and Disaster. Instrumental post-metally stuff from Oz.

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  16. killer b

    killer b Minimum Waste / Maximum Joy

    Couple of teaser clips up from Mike Vest's (from drunk in hell, 11 paranoia, bong, blown out etc etc) new free jazz psych rock band Ozo.

    'Like pharaoh Sanders jamming with the stooges' it says here.

  17. Spandex

    Spandex A crazy bulbous punchbag of sound

    Tim Jackiw - Monuments

    Album of lovely deep house and detroit influenced grooves.

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  18. killer b

    killer b Minimum Waste / Maximum Joy

  19. nogojones

    nogojones Well-Known Member

    Suck Puck Records have a new comp out Fuck the Borders Vol.3 Breakcore, tek, jungle...

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  20. killer b

    killer b Minimum Waste / Maximum Joy

    Oh man, Marc Mac from 4 Hero has done a new Nu Era LP - only just started it but it's off to a VERY strong start

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  21. Knotted

    Knotted Sweet when you stir it up

    Yeah, I'm really enjoying this.
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  22. killer b

    killer b Minimum Waste / Maximum Joy

    really into Nicholas Langley's latest - tuneful head-nodding electronica for the most part

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  23. nogojones

    nogojones Well-Known Member

    Ansome - Hounds to the Harbour, out on Perc tracks. Pretty solid techno

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  24. killer b

    killer b Minimum Waste / Maximum Joy

    New LP out early next year from veteran Italian Minimalist Gigi Masin - only a couple of tracks to go on so far but they both sound great.

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  25. killer b

    killer b Minimum Waste / Maximum Joy

    Also a friend has just alerted me to Sault, who have released not one but two albums of really solid ESG/ZE style disco-punk this year. Really worth checking out.

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  26. SpookyFrank

    SpookyFrank Self-cleaning oven, the whole bit.

    There's a new Leonard Cohen album out today. Patched together by his son from Len's remaining home-recorded vocals. It's beautfiully done but there's a definite sense of the instrumentals and backing vocals having been recorded in another place and time, something that You Want it Darker managed to avoid despite being recorded in much the same way.

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  27. stavros

    stavros Well-Known Member

    Occabot by the Stargazer Lilies is an OK addition to the recent shoegaze revival, although there's quite a bit of plodding in there too.

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  28. May Kasahara

    May Kasahara empathy's contagious

    Re-recommending this Rapsody album, it is fabulous - killer flow, great production with a really warm live sound, brilliant guests, big heart. Brought some sunshine to my dark winter Saturday :)
  29. Jay Park

    Jay Park quasihobo

    Just done another album right?
  30. ddraig

    ddraig dros ben llestri

    yeah the dub version of the above, including a Brian Eno collaboration, out early next month

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