I really like that new Dj Quik album, it’s one of the best rap albums of 2014 for sure. But this week is for Bestial Burden.
Excuse me. According to you this is even better than the new Iceage album! That’s my choice for AOTW, because, man, those danish guys learned to write terrific songs and to put them all in one album.
So, if you think Tinashe’s debut is even better than those three albums, let’s give it a listen.
Oh My! If this is really better than Caribou and FlyLo albums, then it has to be huge…
The best of this stunt: People is listening Sun Kil Moon and The War on Drugs white music.
Come on, this song is so stupid that is almost genius. Yes, he’s really joking about all the buzz and rock soap operas created by music sites.
I prefer the Arca video right now. That video is something.
I think now that “Never Catch Me” is great, and it’s earning a piece of my heart every time I watch it. My favourite thing in that video? Its simplicity.
And also “Ridiculous Thoughts” is still amazing, it has aged very well. That video with Elijah Wood is nothing special, but it’s the first image that came to my mind when I remember No Need to Argue.
Thank you for writing this anniversary piece. This was a peculiar part of my adolescent life, when your body is awkward, your mind is so incoherent, and you were looking for something strong and beautiful at the same time. I have mixed feelings on the Cranberries, but listenning Dolores O’Riordan’s voice or that “Zombie” melody, even the “Ode to my Family” first notes, take me straightaway to my 11s.
Not the best week, but from all those albums in consideration, yeah, Right from Real was very good and you can listen it multiple times. And I just realize it’s really two EPs.
Yeah, that Mariann Faithfull song must be on the top. Nothing I’ve heard this week can beat the almost perfect “Late Vitorian Holocaust”.
I was one of that R.E.M. fans who met the band because of Monster. As an innocent kid, I started to like that “alternative” music, and before listenning the album I thought every worldwide hit single like “Losing My Religion” was contained here. After that, Monster was my favourite album from the band, like the soundtrack for those days.
Now, I feel a strange affection for those melodies, but I can’t say Monster is really great with true confidence. It’s not bad at all, but sounds so “seudogrunge” sometimes that I understand some people think this is the sound of a band making money in the mid-nineties. It’s always good to come back to Monster, but I only recommend it maybe once a year, nothing else.