Discussion in 'Music and Podcasts' started by Classic Panfan, Dec 9, 2015.
The Hotline Miami soundtrack is...
It's something, I'll say this.
Toothgrinder - Blue
There's something really likable about these guys and their music. It packs a ****ing punch.
LCD Soundsystem - Dance Yrself Clean
so instead of going to sleep like a normal human i guess i'm just gonna get emotional listening to lcd soundsystem tonight cool
11 Acorn Lane----------'Horsey in the Sleepsack'
Okkervil River - A King and a Queen
this album is still very very good
Tatran - Shore
Excellent vibe jazz fusion with, wouldn't ya know it, next- level drumming. Lots of personality. This one is very groovey and melodic and the snare tone is just... perfecto.
Lil Uzi Vert - Money Longer (Instrumental)
I love this beat, but Uzi is annoying. Therefore, instrumental version.
"Without You I'm Nothing" Placebo and David Bowie
Jidenna - Classic Man
gonna check out jidenna's album tonight i hope it lives up to this amazing song
Brennisteinn - Sigur Rós
I'm so ****ing pumped for their tour guyS
im so jelly of u cl
The Courtneys - Minnesota
this album is seriously perfect for this current weather
^ buy a plane ticket to CA and come with me
Kveikur - Sigur Rós
^ god i wish i could i miss you and also i want to witness jonsi
Sun Kil Moon - Philadelphia Cop
oh cool a new album to make me cry a lot cool thanks mark kozelek
Minus the Bear - Last Kiss
Mature songwriting and a catalyzation of all the arctic chill of their previous grooves into one, solid, instantly memorable statement? Yep. Sign me up, Minus the Bear, this has me hyped.
Thundercat (feat. Flying Lotus) - Jethro
HOLY **** THIS ALBUM
Girls' Generation-TTS - Only U
This song reminds me so much of "So Sick" by Ne-Yo. Even down to the fact that Seohyun wrote the lyrics for "Only U" while vacationing in the Swiss Alps and the music video for "So Sick" was shot in the mountains.
Oddisee - This Girl I Know
early favorite for rap album of the year here
Gentle Giant - Black Cat
This is a ****in thrill ride lemme tell ya
King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard - Open Water
The Mars Volta - Teflon
Thomas Pridgen's admittedly, uh, intense rudiments-n-power assault is a little alienating for some people, including fans of Jon Theodore's more Bonham-esque push-and-pull stuff, but man, give this guy some credit. The groove on this one is so off-kilter, but it falls right into its intended spaces and makes the whole tune lurch and sway, pushing that gurgling bass crunch up front where it needs to be to set the obsidian foundation of this song's sinister atmosphere. Much love to this era of Volta. It wasn't a perfect fit, but that challenging dynamic produced very cool results.
Childish Gambino - Redbone
This tune plays in the opening of Get Out and tbh it may be the no. 1 vibiest thing I've been hit with on theater speakers maybe ever. So cool. 'Bino killed this track with such swagger than it's no wonder he's on this world-conquering hot streak.