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Lone Wolf, Idlewild, Sleater Kinney and Radiohead for me.
But also Blacklisted.
...trying very hard not to listen to it all the time but I can't override the will to experience the Sleater-Kinney awesome.
Also the 65daysofstatic No Man's Sky soundtrack, Kanye and Kendrick.
.... i hope.
*can we class this as confirmed? I put it on my most wanted list last year saying surely it'll be out in 2014...
Pearson Sound - HESLP002
Kanye West - That one he's working on
New Kendrick and Frank Ocean albums will probably materialise at some point.
Chromatics, Kanye West, Joanna Newsom, Deafheaven, Outfit, Frank Ocean, reckon Julia Holter should have something out as well. Be interesting to see where Sleaford Mods go as well.
really really hoping for a more solid Joanna Newsom announcement in the near future
Viet Cong (already leaked)
Melody's Echo Chamber LP2
Tame Impala LP3 (unconfirmed, but likely, I assume)
My Bloody Valentine EP (lol)
Black Ryder: Door Behind the Door (feb 24)
Moon Duo: Shadow of the Sun
Loop: Array EP
without her guitarist Rex though.
With Arca on board, this should hopefully be AMAZING.
I got a naive feeling thing this will be a good one.
he's far too comfortable and fucked up in the wrong kinds of ways to make anything worthwhile. I assume.
It's surprisingly good, nice sombre pace and some decent moments.
Lyrics are still daft but they always have been.
Is anything outside the first three albums worth exploring? I love them.
because it would surprise me if you loved Smells Like Children (i've not heard the first one) but not Mechanical Animals or Holly wood
I quite like that single, kept meaning to listen. will probably listen again.
I too haven't really paid attention since Holly Wood. I've a feeling the Golden Age Of Grotesque was acceptable, but re-treading old ground, not listened since.
Sorry I completely forgot about Smells Like Children. Where does that fit in? Never heard Holy Wood outside Disposable Teens.
More melodic than Antichrist, but still pretty heavy
HEALTH - When they fucking sort themselves out.
Mew - Likewise
thanks mongrel types.
they mentioned in an article
Hot Chip would be a nice surprise too
We have to prepare for the possibility that it's not actually going to happen and the latest activity has just been a wind up.
It's the only way to stay grounded.
Age of Adz was aaaaaages ago
Hopeful for Sufjan, Brand New and Radiohead.
Girls Names (confirmed as finished)
And So I Watch You From Afar (confirmed as finished)
Modest Mouse (now confirmed)
The Phantom Band - Fears Trending
Belle and Sebastian - Girls in Peacetime Want to Dance
Modest Mouse - LP6
Idlewild - Everything Ever Written
We can only hope.
Anyone heard anything from them of late?
that's the biggest soonest one for me. 10th January or soemthing. very soon. been waiting an age for it, it's going to be immense.
Liturgy album (this better happen)
Deafheaven album (pretty sure this will happen next year)
Harassor/Black Monoltih split
Moonknight - Valinor
Witchrist - Vritra
all the other bands that release stuff all the time that I really like.
though I'm uneasy about not having Greg Fox on board - the drumming was a huge part of what made Aesthethica so great.
the guitars, and the screeching. I'm not expecting Aesthetica to be repeated, or bettered, but I am intrigued to hear what they do next.
Rumours of a new Go Team album, which would be good
Hoping for new Foals and Radiohead but really, who knows.
The big one for me (unfortunately most unlikely) is D'Angelo. The tour is called 'The Second Coming' which is not only ridiculous but also a horrendous tease that he might actually do it properly this time. Fingers very much crossed.
Can't think of anyone on the sidelines who might be poised to do something either straight-up amazing, cross over or do something era-defining. If it's going to happen I guess that it'll become more apparent as the year progresses I guess.
Should be worth a listen. I'm just repeating what I said in here most prob: http://drownedinsound.com/community/boards/music/4454703
Pearson Sound is a good shout, Pretty sure I saw mention of more LHF. I can't think of any more that have been announced but I'm hoping for something from: Kuedo, Rabit, Visionist, Tink, Murlo. No idea loads more.
Muse (yeah really)
East India Youth
Mike Vennart/British Theatre
Unknown Mortal Orchestra
Viet Cong (leaked)
Panda Bear (leaked)
BBNG & Ghostface Killah
A Place To Bury Strangers
Public Service Broadcasting
Massive Attack (hopefully)
Like Clockwork is one of their best by far.
And it's very good!
That it is.
Radiohead, Brand New, Mew, Bjork and Deftones and loads of the others that have been mentioned really.
I'm interested to know whether Muse saying the new album will be heavy means they'll write something raw and aggressive or whether they won't be able to tame the pomp.
I really think Muse have become far too marketed and pop, to go for a real left field turn. If it will be more aggressive it would be closer to the way Foo Fighters are 'aggressive' then say Black Flag. There is always a chance that they will do something different, but they are far too successful to realistically expect them to change their formula too much.
carly rae jepsen
slum of legs
zun zun egui
Thought the rhythm section had gone and the singer was just doing Melt Yourself Down now? Amazing news
Not sure if he's that bothered about putting albums out anymore though.
The two 12s and the tracks he made for 'Drones Over Lancashire' (commissioned for Radio Lancashire's 30th Anniversary show) basically add up to a full album's worth this year though and they were all resplendent.
Looking forward to Panda Bear, even though the last one wasn't amazing. Would like Framtid and Voĉo Protesta to realase new albums too cos there were no Japanese crust punk records to shout about this year
I was a bit lukewarm about it for ages, too, but the first half of it is something else. The back half is pretty great too. It's one of those records that's really dependent on circumstance, I find. Hate it sometimes, love it other times.
Haven't been blown away by any Animal Collective stuff for a little while to be honest. Pretty much adored everything they did from '04-'07 (I even liked that Pullhair Rubeye thing that everybody hated) and still listen to those records quite a bit, but the later stuff I haven't really gone back to at all. Probably need to set aside some time and just go through them all again
But the new album is really good. Best thing he's done since Person Pitch, AnCo or otherwise.
They have been on an amazing run.
but not bad. still looking forward to the new album though as they're mostly great anyway.
She's ace, hope she does an album next year. Chorus is too good I need an album full of them.
That and 'Home' were just amazing. Really hope there's an album in the works.
'In Black & Gold' out Feb on Rocket. Could finally get them the exposure they've deserved for years.
Faith no mores 2015 comeback album but don`t hold much hope of it being that great at all. the single motherfucker sounded like a bad b-side. they don`t have anyone producing it but themselves. i really hope i`m wrong and they write the sickest album of their career as they still cut it live.
fingers crossed tightly ....
Drake, Earl, Frank, Kendrick, KANYE. Gonna be an enormous year for tentpole hiphop.
We Show Up On Radar
Cloud might have a new un.
Hurry up, fuckers!
New track came out today
Stereogum in on The Wrens gag? http://www.stereogum.com/1726044/the-101-most-anticipated-albums-of-2015/list/
A follow-up to Have One On Me
Something by Joanna Newsom maybe
Joanna Newsom I swear to God if you're not in that studio by March
Back working with the Glass Handed Kites guy, original line-up, the new stuff from live vids (watching Youtube vids of new songs like some proper fan girl!) sounds really good. They're probably the most weirdly under-rated band in existence. They should be packing arenas out around the world.
Also, very hopeful for Deftones (the lost album?), My Vitriol (hahahaha), Brand New (could happen), Errors (is happening), ASIWYFA (to see if it's any better than their last one, which was pretty disappointing), Smashing Pumpkins (I'm a glutton for punishment), Vessels.
the setlist they're playing at the minute is amazing
apparently more in line with his Love is Stream album.
say lou lou
faith no more
i don't have high hopes for most of these
Not a lot else AT ALL.
No UK release date yet.
The eps are great and the new songs she's been playing live are amazing
Errors, Sleater Kinney, Emmy The Great, The Dead Weather, Kendrick Lamar and The Cribs are all releasing new albums, too. Something new from Robyn is likely, if not already confirmed somewhere. UK release of Sucker by Charli XCX, and I don't think John Murry's second album has made it across the Atlantic yet.
and Paul Wolinksi from 65dos, was that track a one-off or is he releasing an album/EP?
and it was released half-way december. Good luck if you want a physical copy!
is that was that cassette was? Wouldn't be able to do anything with a cassette anyway. Unless I'm thinking of something completely different.
but by the way they talk about it I'll just assume that we'll have to wait until 2016 for it.
Maybe Stars Of The Lid finally take the effort to release that record they have been working on for years now, probably not tho.
Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Sauna Youth, Ezra Furman, PJ Harvey, The Chills and Matthew E White. Something new from Wire maybe this year?
Metal Hammer say:
The return Of Deftones
The Sacramento band spent 2014 alternating between studio sessions and short bouts of touring, and the follow-up to 2012's Koi No Yokan album is expected ahead of their appearance at the first US incarnation of the Rock In Rio festival, being held in May. Former Sabbath drummer Bill Ward was one guest permitted to sit in on one day's recordings, and we're hoping he wasn't just there to make the tea.
Confirmed by PR on my FB https://www.facebook.com/seaninsound/posts/10152961385821113
new band featuring Brian Cook of Russian Circles, Nick Yacyshyn of Baptists and some chap called Aaron Turner.
no info otherwise.
There is a post on their Facebook that says "NOT LONG NOW"
Is it a hint?
I hope so!
Radiohead and PJ Harvey are on my list of high expectations.
Ultraviolence was a bit of a snooze - bit slow overall, and too many songs where the chorus was just the title repeated four times (title track, Sad Girl, Pretty When You Cry, Brooklyn Baby). Underwritten and overproduced.
But Born to Die and Paradise were great, so I'm hoping for more like that.
With The Haxan Cloak involved...
I'm trying to keep my expectations realistic but I think it might actually blow everyone's dick off.
(apart from that collaboration she did with Brian Chippendale and the one she did with Dirty Projectors) but I am mondo excited at the prospect of Haxan Cloak's involvement. Getting my dick prepared as we speak...
the Last few things they've put out have been great, and 'Fibre Book Troll' is amazing. The current line up are great fun and new MES is a good thing
Completely forgot 'Sauna' is coming out next month!