HartfordTheWhale

HartfordTheWhale

Raised in the Hartford metro area, I cultivated a deep appreciation for music at a young age when, while attending Hartford Whalers NHL Ice Hockey games, classic songs like "Pump Up the Jams" and "Get Your Booty on the Floor Tonight" would get the crowd rockin'.

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Who's going to click on this to hear the "best music online??" https://media.tenor.com/images/82f7a4981c8c7c3c39a4eb9d21320e3d/tenor.gif
This is the best Weezer song I've heard in 20 years.
I upvoted you against my better judgment.
Honestly that could've and should've been "Count to Five" or "Phoenix" because those songs KILL. Agreed with beans above, I actually never got into Woman but Blood just really connected with me (and still does).
I am not technologically incompetent but I can't for the life of me figure out how to fix my avatar. I set one up on gravatar and everything and it's connected to my email address but it's not pulling the image over. It's highly annoying.
The new Shame album kicks so much ass it's ridiculous. Also, Slaughter Beach, Dog, which was technically released at the very end of 2020, but I'm considering that a 2021 album and it's great.
That's fine and all BUT Rhye's Blood is one of the most slept on releases of the past 5 years - way underrated album - and I'm expecting this one to rule as well. Also, Kiwi Jr.'s release from a few years ago was and still is awesome and got a lot of love around here so I'm surprised at the lack of coverage this one's getting. Still excited for it though.
Both live albums were great but that second one was really something. I think he's mentioned that he submitted two full new albums to his label at the end of last year...
HGM don't miss. Now let's get a new album for springtime!
Came here to say the same thing. That Slaughter Dog, Beach album is really pretty incredible. I'm hoping it finds a wider audience after being swept away in the holiday, New Year, end of year shuffle because it deserves some accolades.
God I couldn't agree more. I will never understand her appeal.
Gotta say, this cover starts like a random teenage youtuber and really picks up steam when she frees up her voice - it ends up being really very good.
Sorry guys that first song slaps, second song is inoffensive, mildly enjoyable album filler.
"The meat man slices thin meat / thin like the veneer of cordiality he expresses as he grins his grey wolf teeth / and the mother at the other end / well she's just waiting for jesus to tell her what to eat."
A Nick Cave album named CARNAGE? https://i.gifer.com/7BSZ.gif
Excellent tune - like Built to Spill meets Modern Baseball. Which, for a 30s-something white dude, is the ultimate compliment.
Ummm I love Fontaines but... https://i.imgur.com/BjhNZLj.gif
Holy shit this is really good. Happy Hannukah, Marv!
"You’ve heard Josh Kaufman’s harmonica. It’s one of the first sounds that creeps in on Taylor Swift’s “betty,” So I have not heard Josh Kaufman's harmonica then. Anyways, Josh is the best. Bonnie Light Horseman put out a great album this year, but beyond that, I've seen him play with Hiss Golden Messenger a few times and the energy he brings to the show (and the guitar soloing) is incredible.
"Wanna put my bitter, heart on Twitter, watch it send out into a beautiful oblivion."