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"Gonna take my ol' rockin' chair
And if the blues don't leave me
I'll rock away from there"
Nina Simone - trouble in mind
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Suis La Lune - Heir (Serene Records, Reissue 2012)
It‘s difficult to write about a band, I have so many records of. Everybody should know by now, that this screamo band from Sweden gave me so much and that I‘m really sad, that they split up recently. I don‘t have to point that out again.
I could write about this four track EP more specifically and why it is not about having all records by them, just to own them, but more to have every song they ever made on wax, because without exaggerating, there is not a single song, I don’t like! And this is so special and I‘m not sure if there is another one, where I feel that way. But since I‘m lacking on English technical terms, I couldn‘t describe it well enough anyway. So I‘m trying it with, how I think it is described best.
I‘m pretty sure, that the creativity with how they write their songs and in detail the vocals and how energetic and dynamic they are, play a huge role in my opinion. But not only this, it‘s the ensemble playing - the drums that are so exact, despite the speed and rhythm changes - playing so well together with a dominant bass guitar and two melodic, yet impulsive guitars. And if this is not enough, the lyrics are on point and leave enough space to interpret.
They made music, that could play in the background all the time, I‘d never get bored and yet, you don‘t have to follow their songs from start to finish. You don’t have to concentrate. If you’re out at one point, they give you the chance to come back in. Their music will certainly make you sad, but also cheer you up (sometimes in the same track) - you can listen to them in every mood. •
I could write about, how it sucks, to never see them live again, but how I will always tell about my favorite show ever, with them as headliner back in 2012. And I could write about, how I hope, that they influenced other bands, so there’s a chance to listen to music like they did, again.
I could write about so many other things, but I think I‘ll stick with all of this and hope you‘ll get an image of how I feel about them!
Reissue (Originally recorded in 2008).clear/300
Next Up -> Empire.Empire.I Was A Lonely Estate - You Will Eventually Be Forgotten
Todays cop: Makaveli - The Don Killuminati: The 7 Day Theory. These are the last songs that 2Pac recorded before he died, which is a shame because it had a much darker diss vibe than the celebratory ‘All Eyez On Me’. It’s still a great album and it’s very cohesive, the obvious themes in it also give it a certain mystique considering the manner of his death. 2Pac was very well-read and as a politics grad I can’t help but love the link with Machiavelli, the 15th century philosopher who advocated faking one’s death to fool his enemies.
This finally came in the mail a few days ago and, of course, I wasn't disappointed! Every Haken album is a concept, and Vector is about a doctor and a patient, who is catatonic, but maybe still concious of everything around them or delusional. I don't know, the lyrics allude to memories or delusions, but isn't fully spelled out, so I guess that's left up to us for interpretation. Musically, it's another solid, complex Haken album that's basically progressive metal with a pinch of djent. I'm not a huge fan of djent, so I'm glad they don't overdo it, but another thing worth noting is that there are moments on the album that are some of the heaviest they've ever played. The whole things flows well from song to song and before you know it, it's over. I was a little worried with this one because of how good Affinity was, but with this, they still don't have a bad album! #nowspinning#Haken#Vector (2018)
The Rolling Stones will bring their No Filter tour to stadiums across the U.S. beginning in the spring.
The run will mark their first concerts in the States since the shows surrounding the Desert Trip festival in October 2016. The news comes a few weeks after speculation about a tour began when their logo was spotted during football games in Denver and Foxborough, Mass. “It’s a thrill when we play stadiums in the States,” said Mick Jagger in a statement, “the energy is always amazing!”
“I’ve always loved playing the States," Keith Richards added. "It’s a great crowd.”
They'll hit 13 stadiums across the country, beginning on April 20, when they play Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Fla. They'll close it out on June 21 at Chicago's Soldier Field. Tickets for all dates go on sale Nov. 30 at 10AM local time.
The No Filter tour was launched in Europe in September 2017, with a second leg on that continent taking place this past summer. While the Stones have been committed to touring, there's still no news of the album featuring all-new material that they've been promising for years. They released an album of blues covers, Blue & Lonesome, in 2016, but the only original material they've put out since 2005's A Bigger Bang have been two new tracks found on the 2012 GRRR! compilation.
Hopes were raised in September when Jagger released a video of himself playing harmonica parts on what he said were "new tunes." In February, Richards was reported as saying, “We have some stuff down, which is very interesting. It’s more difficult for us to write together the further apart we are, but it also has its benefits in that we come back to it from a different angle.” (Dave Lifton UCR) #33oscarlp#vinylcollectionpost#dustyfingers#vinylcollector#vinylrecords#recordcollection#vinyladdict#vinylclub#nowspinning#vinylcollection#vinyloftheday#vinyllover#33rpm#vinylrecord#records#instavinyl#vinyllove#vinylporn#lp#vinyljunkie#vinylcommunity#recordplayer#vinylgram#nowplaying#recordcollector#vinyligclub#recordoftheday#vinyl#turntable#33giri
I figured it was time to go through all the new records I got during my trip to Stockholm some weeks ago, upload them on Discogs and then put them where they belong, in the shelves, instead of just being scattered 'round the flat. If my mind serves me correctly I got these at Record Hunter and Skivbörsen.
Lindsey Buckingham | Go Insane • Imperiet | S/T • First Aid Kit | The Big Black And The Blue
Anne Grethe Preus - Lav sol! Høy himmel (LP, WEA Records, 1989)
For years, Preus was a leading female rock singer, composer and band leader. With this album, her second «proper one» as a solo artist, she entered a different landscape with some of Norway’s finest jazz and fusion musicians, like Job Eberson, Rolf Graf, Bendik Hofseth, Paolo Vinaccia, Nils Petter Molvær, Eivind Aarset. I saw a couple of really great concerts with her back then.
A few years and albums later she really made it big, selling tons of albums and winning three Norwegian Grammys (Spellemannsprisen) for best female performer, best album and hit song of the year in 1994. Personally, I hold Lav sol! Høy himmel and the work she did with Can Can in the first half of the eighties highest.
Bon Iver’s third studio album, 22, A Million. I remember listening to this album the night it was released and being caught completely off guard. Lets just say that this album had to grow on me a ton haha, now it’s my personal favourite Bon Iver album.
The electronic sound of 22, A Million was something I don’t think anyone expected, considering Bon Iver was known to have a folk sound before this album. I also don’t think anyone expected how amazing it works on this. The way that the electronics are used on this album are so precise and detailed. They are used as the primary sound of an instrumental such as “10 d E A T h b R E a s T ⚄ ⚄” and on the other side of it they are used super subtlety on a track like 8 (circle). I think what makes this album work as well as it does is that the electronics don’t take away any emotion that the band are trying to get across. You can hear every bit of emotion from Justin even when his vocals are through what is called The Messina, a device created by Justin and Chris Messina. It’s a super unique sound that at first took me by surprise, but has now become one of my favourite aspects of this album. For example, a track like 715 – CRΣΣKS is vocals through the Messina alone, but sounds so full and grand. It also ends up being one of the most emotional tracks of the album, no doubt.
This is an album you can put on at any moment and feel so much from track to track. 8 (circle) will forever be one of my favourite songs. It’s such a realistic and fulfilling song that is so full of life pouring out at every second. The instrumental is so warm and Justin’s vocal performance is so passionate. The lyrical themes of this track in particular is something that I believe is what makes it stand out for me. The idea of getting through intricate struggles, and/or doing what you need to do, regardless of whatever consequence, to move forward and experience what’s to come here in this life and it being okay is warming to me. Warming; the perfect word to describe 22, A Million. Do yourself a favour and listen to this album. It’s a much needed album considering how cold everything is this time of year. Thank you @boniver ☕️ ❄️