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good to see some acknowledgment that Play is indeed fire
i'm heterossexual, but for robin i'd reconsider
those synths just go so hard, fuck
1. Perfume Genius - On the Floor2. Christine and the Queens - La Vita Nuova 3. Lina_Raül Refree - Barco Negro 4. Kate NV - Plans 5. Jess Williamson - Wind On Tin 6. Porridge Radio - Lilac7. Ela Minus - everyone told us it's hard, but they were wrong 8. Yves Tumor - Gospel for a New Century 9. Westerman  - Blue Comanche 10. Cindy Lee - Lucifer Stand 11. Loma - Ocotillo 12. Dehd - Flood 13. Katie Dey - Darkness 14. Jessie Ware - What's Your Pleasure? 15. Brigid Mae Power - Wearing Red That Eve 16. Nap Eyes - Mark Zukerberg 17. Gum Country - Somewhere 18. Waxahatchee - Fire 19. Skylar Gudasz - Go Away 20. Johanna Warren -  Thru Yr Teeth
i'm just commenting here to check back later
since i know we have similar tastes in ambient, have you checked the new ann roxanne? i can't get enough of it
Couldn't be arsed with ordering this time past the first one, but here are my 20 faves not on the list Kate NV - Room for the Moon (absolute aoty) Ann Roxanne - Because of a Flower Cafe Racer - Shadow Talk Cindy Lee - What's Tonight to Eternity Craven Faults - Erratics & Unconformities Cut Worms - Nobody Lives Here Anymore Dehd - Flower of Devotion Deradoorian - Find The Sun Hazel English - Wake UP! Jennifer Castle - Monarch Season Johanna Warren - Chaotic Good Keeley Forsyth - Debris Lina_Raül Refree - Lina_Raül Refree Melkbelly - PITH Pantha Du Prince - Conference of Trees Róisín Murphy - Róisín Machine Sea Oleena - Weaving a Basket Torres - Silver Tongue Widowspeak - Plum Young Jesus - Welcome to Conceptual Beach
hahaha 'bassoon in portuguese', that was great
you see, your first misstep was giving any weight or consideration to a single word tom writes. a common mistake to be sure
that was in 2005 actually, but ok
sleepwalker is the greatest love song of all time
lindeman about to go 'spirit of eden', or at the very least 'colour of spring', in our collective asses. bring it on i say
ok actually i even feel like further praising the writing on this one, not just the content but the form as well; it was a great read, thank you mr cohen
this piece really managed to encapsulate this particular late 00s/ early 10s microcosmos. for what it's worth, htdw did put me, and i imagine a few others, much more in tune with rnb, and certainly set the stage for me to open my ears to house of balloons a few months later and yes cold nites is a banger
lmao, what would this comment section be without the occasional random facebook login
seriously so many moments; when on another ocean opens up like you mentioned; the transition from verse to chorus in fool's errand: the loud-quiet-loud in the closing track; third of may coming busting right out of the gates; and robin's voice sounding better and more expressive than ever. god damn what a record