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  • rtk79 5 Oct 2012 22:27:26 481 posts
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    Certainly not lo-fi, and a little old to be "indie", but Roy Harper's speculative folk, borrowing from the long-form explorations of Keats and John Coltrane, has to be among the greatest song-writers of this era (and perhaps a few others). Check him out. His Stormcock is a thing of wonder.
    A song :
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QC5gebGthAs&feature=related
  • Tom_Servo 7 Feb 2013 20:47:43 15,602 posts
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    The new Grouper album (amazingly, a bunch of offcuts from the recording of Dragging a Dead Deer Up a Hill) is lovely. I like it more than AIA, although I'll be going back to that soon.
  • Trafford 7 Feb 2013 20:51:14 5,277 posts
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    Sweet Baboo album coming this month.
  • RedSparrows 8 Feb 2013 16:50:54 20,765 posts
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    Tom_Servo wrote:
    The new Grouper album (amazingly, a bunch of offcuts from the recording of Dragging a Dead Deer Up a Hill) is lovely. I like it more than AIA, although I'll be going back to that soon.
    What was the name of Grouper + Jesy Fortino of Tiny Vipers? I cannae remember arg.
  • cubbymoore 8 Feb 2013 20:46:21 36,443 posts
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    I highly recommend The Staves's debut album "Dead & Born & Grown", I usually play loads of different albums throughout the week, but this one has stayed permanently in. Absolutely beautiful harmonies, melodies that lodge themselves firmly in your head, and some really good, clever and meaningful lyrics.

    It's kind of like Mumford and Sons but with women, and less annoying. And a lot less shoehorned in religious shit.
  • Tom_Servo 10 Feb 2013 13:57:41 15,602 posts
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    RedSparrows wrote:
    Tom_Servo wrote:
    The new Grouper album (amazingly, a bunch of offcuts from the recording of Dragging a Dead Deer Up a Hill) is lovely. I like it more than AIA, although I'll be going back to that soon.
    What was the name of Grouper + Jesy Fortino of Tiny Vipers? I cannae remember arg.
    Mirrorring. Great album.
  • RedSparrows 11 Feb 2013 14:44:27 20,765 posts
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    Thanks. I wub Tiny Vipers.
  • BillMurray 23 Feb 2013 00:26:11 7,239 posts
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    Edited by BillMurray at 00:27:07 23-02-2013
  • Tom_Servo 10 Mar 2013 22:20:49 15,602 posts
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    Waxahatchee fits the bill
  • asha 18 Mar 2013 20:15:46 1,990 posts
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    Jason Molina has passed away. :(

    The world has lost a truly unique voice.



    Edited by asha at 20:16:02 18-03-2013

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  • QotSAfan 18 Mar 2013 20:34:55 1,550 posts
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    The new Strokes album is streaming now, it is a little bit of a gem.
  • Trafford 16 May 2013 19:16:34 5,277 posts
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    New H-Hawkline EP coming next month.
    The lead track is a bit of a gem.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QDJad9nXr80&feature=youtube_gdata_player
  • mal 21 Sep 2013 10:43:36 22,006 posts
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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qdObPNAWANw

    Eska's song Gatekeeper has been knocking about now for at least a year in various forms, but she's looking now to put it out as an EP.

    You can listen to a bit of her older stuff on her Soundcloud page, where she's sounding less like Prince and more like Joni Mitchell, which is some range if nothing else.

    I certainly hope funding for her new EP succeeds. Really interested to hear what else she's been working on in the past year.

    Cubby didn't know how to turn off sigs!

  • Tom_Servo 3 Feb 2014 14:17:44 15,602 posts
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    There's a new Sun Kil Moon album (Benji) out next week. Kozelek is similar to Will Oldham in the way that he releases too much to really keep up with, so this was probably going to firmly remain in my "Yeah, I'll check it out someday" list, but if all the reviews are like this then it seems we've got a cracker on our hands.

    (For comparison, Ghosts of the Great Highway received an 8.3)

    Edited by Tom_Servo at 14:18:22 03-02-2014
  • Razz 3 Feb 2014 14:20:33 60,032 posts
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    Have a look around for an EP called Vegetal by Icelandic Low. Very good stuff indeed. Found them on Google Music.

    Found them on Bandcamp:
    http://icelandiclow.bandcamp.com/album/vegetal

    Edited by Razz at 14:22:18 03-02-2014

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  • Tom_Servo 10 Feb 2014 17:23:29 15,602 posts
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    The new Angel Olsen album is blowing my mind.

    I'm actually quite surprised. I listened to some stuff from Half Way Home at the time and didn't like it at all.

    She did some work on one of the recent Bonnie 'Prince' Billy albums (Wolfroy Goes to Town) if you're looking for some pedigree, by the way.
  • Tom_Servo 12 Feb 2014 14:18:08 15,602 posts
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    A glossary on the lyrics in Sun Kil Moon's Benji

    Carissa: Mark Kozelek’s second cousin, who died last year at the age of 35 in a freak accident involving flammable waste. And as we soon learn, it’s not the first time a member of the Kozelek clan has perished in such a fashion—Carissa’s grandfather (Kozelek’s uncle) was also killed by an exploding aerosol can. The last time Kozelek saw Carissa alive was at his funeral.

    Jim Wise (real name John): A friend of Kozelek’s father who is under house arrest, awaiting trial, for mercy-killing his wife. He attempted to take his own life afterward, but the gun jammed, and he "failed at suicide."

    Friend who was thrown from his moped: A classmate of Kozelek’s who was killed when a truck rear-ended him.

    The girl who sat in front of Kozelek in remedial: Another classmate who perished in a vehicular accident.

    Mark Denton: An old friend of Kozelek’s who died of a heart attack.

    "A neighborhood thug": The deadbeat asshole boyfriend who made off with Micheline’s welfare checks and lifesavings. He’s currently serving life in “a Florida penitentiary with his father, both of them for murder.”


    My word.
  • RedSparrows 12 Feb 2014 15:25:00 20,765 posts
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    I appreciate Kozelek's much more autobiographical and literal recent albums, but I can't lie: I prefer everything before (and including) Admiral Fell Promises.

    Edited by RedSparrows at 15:25:13 12-02-2014
  • Tom_Servo 12 Feb 2014 17:14:54 15,602 posts
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    I haven't heard any of those collab LPs he did last year, but there's only two SKM LPs after AFP anyway! (Among the Leaves, which was generally sorta panned, and Benji)

    I've listened to Benji a couple of times today, thankfully the tunes aren't as depressing as the lyrical content. Good album.
  • RedSparrows 12 Feb 2014 19:41:32 20,765 posts
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    Yeah the collaborative stuff was more like it also.

    I am a total sucker for April, though. This is one of the best things I've heard for years:

  • BillMurray 12 Feb 2014 22:17:50 7,239 posts
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