29 mars 2012, 3h26m par broteko
1 jan. 2012, 7h49m par StugardI keep this list here on last.fm because I find that it's ultimately much easier to keep my collection in a text doc rather than the deeply counter-intuitive Discogs collection tool or the much-better-but-still-not-detailed-enough tool on RYM.
Records owned in multiple formats are marked with a *.
The records that I bought most recently will be marked with a *.
Junk I've preordered that hasn't been released yet is marked with a *.
Ablebody – All My Everybody EP
Aloha – Here Comes Everyone
The Anniversary – Designing A Nervous Breakdown
Arcade Fire – Funeral
Arcade Fire – Reflektor*
Arcade Fire – The Suburbs
Asobi Seksu – Fluorescence
The Beach Boys – Pet Sounds
The Beatles – Revolver
Best Coast – Crazy for You
The Bilinda Butchers – goodbyes*
The Bilinda Butchers – THE LOVERS' SUICIDE! (#?/30)
Black Tambourine – Black Tambourine
Brian Mazzaferri – All Roads Lead To Roads
15 jui. 2011, 0h18m par hakidameHer Space Holiday : Her Space Holiday
Bon Iver : Bon Iver
Ornette Coleman : Complete Science Fiction Sessions
Dirty Projectors : The Getty Address
Idaho : You Were a Dick
フレディー : 愛しいの神戸 フレディーの世界
of Montreal : The Controller Sphere
Balmorhea : All Is Wild, All Is Silent
Braid : Movie Music, Vol. 2
Joan of Arc : Life Like
Demolished Thoughts : Thurston Moore
17 juin 2011, 11h52m par broclnders25 Feb 2010 - Lola's - Ft Worth, TX w/ Aaron, Ryan & Travis
The Appleseed Cast
27 Feb 2010 - Hailey's - Denton, TX
06 Mar 2010 - Doublewide - Dallas, TX w/ Aaron & Travis
The Auxiliary Voice
12 Mar 2010 - Improv - Addison, TX w/ Mark M.
15 Mar 2010 - Rubber Gloves - Denton, TX
The Silent League
Orange Peel Sunrise
18/19/20 Mar 2010 - SXSW - Austin, TX w/ Aaron
Dum Dum Girls
...And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead
06 Apr 2010 - Sons of Hermann Hall - Dallas, TX w/ Aaron & Travis
King Khan & The Shrines
The Fresh & Onlys
09 Apr 2010 - Granada Theater - Dallas, TX w/ Aaron
The Big Pink
A Place to Bury Strangers
01 May 2010 - Hailey's - Denton, TX w/ Clinton & Travis
Tallest Man On Earth
6 juin 2011, 1h56m par TheHPCollectiveThe Hodgepodge Collective
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Artist - Song - Album
* Rachel Goodrich - Folsom Prison Blues
* Younger Brother - Crystalline - Vaccine
* Fereshta - Amends - Global Citizen
* City Center - Modern Love - Redeemer
* Jamie Woon - Night Air - Night Air
* Son Lux - All The Right Things - We Are Rising
* Battles Feat. Gary Numan - My Machines - Gloss Drop
* Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. - Vocal Chords - It's A Corporate World
* The Coathangers - Trailer Park Boneyard - Larceny & Old Lace
26 mai 2011, 6h35m par Quartertonality(originally appeared on my blog: http://quartertonality.com/2011/05/16/album-review-joan-of-arc-life-like/ )
The Chicago based math-rock outfit with steady lineup changes, Joan of Arc, adds to their already frighteningly prolific repertoire with their latest effort, "Life Like".
You know that you are in for a serious journey when an album begins with a track that clocks in at over 10 minutes, with the vocals not beginning until 7 minutes in. It's the combination of math-rock and prog that no doubt inspired decisions such as this one, and helps to shape the sound of the band in general. There is also a touch of old-school emo the likes of Braid and The Dismemberment Plan evident in the treatment of the vocals where the singer's voice is just as clean and unaffected as the guitars. It crackles with intensity throughout many of the tracks.
That opening track, "I Saw the Messed Binds of My Generation", lays the groundwork for the entire album with its crystal clear sound…
18 mai 2011, 17h41m par awesomefossum
16 mai 2011, 21h34m par kahht
15 mai 2011, 20h33m par GroovemineArtist: Joan of Arc
Album: Life Like
My prog-trained brain tells me that this is a concept album. Life Like projects that album-oriented sound where everything seems to be heading in a clear direction; uniform sound throughout, with intense lyrics and similarity of compositional style throughout. It just sounds like it was written to be an album and they just had to divide it up into songs. There are some obvious commonality between the songs. They very much belong together. The only problem with this is that even after several listens I can’t fully make out the concept. Joan of Arc seem to be hiding their lyrical content in a web of complex metaphors and symbolism in the same way that their guitar figuration are branching out in a million exploratory patterns. This really is a complex and deeply emotional, challenging album.
Contrasting the smooth, scrolling guitar work throughout most of the album is the spastic start/stop rhythmic interjections present in “Deep State. …
1 avr. 2011, 9h51m par NightBeast666