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like in the last month or so.
New Bardo Pond album on Latitudes.
not to keen on your typical DiS indie virgin music. Listen more to jazz and electronic music these days. So something along those lines might be alright.
Goat are weird swedish psych rock
Bardo pond are very american psychadelic rock.
Acid Mothers Temple just did an album called son of a bitches brew. Pscyhedelic rock meets jazz.
Theres a new derek bailey live album out (well, it was reviewed in wire last month) but i cant see it for sale anywhere :(
Is obvious answer
Tame Impala - Lonerism
Grizzly Bear - Shields
Tall Ships - Everything Touching
Earlimart - System Preferences
Try Stumbeline - Spiderwebbed and Sam Willis - Winterval
they should come out very soon, I have promo copies and they are fantastic electronica/ambient/dancey/intelligent albums.
LV - Sebenza
Mala - Mala in Cuba
Royal T- Rinse Presents
Maybe the new Altered Natives album Tenement Yard Vol.3 Or if you aint heard them already LHF Keepers of the Light and Bass Clef Reelinbg Skullways from earlier in the year to break your last month rule haha.
Haven't heard the Vessel album cos it's not on Spotify but the other three are great.
If you do want to hear Order of Noise, you can stream it on the Resident Advisor website for now
he's on every point at the moment. love the guy.
Mala in cuba is great as well.
Absolutely beautiful album.
Slayer - "Reigning Blood"
but have been meaning to listen to this. It's kinda impossible not to be endeared to them in general after seeing the film.
Ace guitar rock/return to form :)
you'll never ask this question again.
Electronic music pioneer finally has some stuff reissued.
- hugely satisfying art rock experiment featuring a lot of horns. I mean like a metric shit-tonne of horns. Horny.
Efterklang - Piramida
- more art rock, with a serious Dead Can Dance/later Talk Talk vibe. A bit National-y. Found Sounds ahoy.
...is hugely enjoyable. saw them at the Greek Theatre this weekend, and their ability to bring it to life in such a fun, unpretentious manner was impressive in the extreme. as we all know, Byrne is a legend and i think its fair to say that Annie Clark is well en route to becoming one.
Nick Edwards - Plekzationz
Ekoplekz - Intrusive incidentalz II
'spectral editing' by Russell Haswell, I don't know what that means but I like the sound of it.
Choose the one with the name you like best
also, not new but been loving this to dance around to
almost forgot about that. Need to hear it. The DJ Rashad album is insane too.
Seriously, this shit is amazing
Tame Impala- Lonerism
Certainly very impressive. I don't think it's quite as good as "Innerspeaker", but it is beautiful in places, especially "Feels like we're only going backwards."
Patrick Wolf- Sundark and Twilight
I've not actually heard this, but I'll certainly be checking it out, it sounds interesting. It's basically him re- working a load of his old songs. If you're a fan I'd definitely recommend it.
Absolutely wonderful stuff from one of my favourite bands around today. If you like loud, tricksy rock music, progressive madness or melody-heavy metal, THIS IS FOR YOU
you especially have to hear Blackout - it's what Muse really ought to sound like (ripping off one of their songtitles maybe intentional...)
the whole thing's very Cardiacs-influenced too, as it usually is when I'm recommending
and for those of you missing Oceansize, try track 4...
New Propagandhi album is great too.
it is dumb rock.
you probably wouldn't particularly like it
As others have said, Tame Impala's Lonerism is really good. Not as good as their debut but it's got some outstanding tracks.