Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by RockOnSon, Jan 2, 2019.
Post any 2019 stuff here...
Have yet to hear one ,but I've got Panda Bear - Buoys preordered.
Bob Dylan album with new original material. Well, here's hopin anyway.....
Peruvian contemporary folk sounds that may be in your wheelhouse if you like Jose Gonzalez or Andrew Bird.
Ultraterreno, by Don Gato
I'm pretty excited for the new Sharon Van Etten, which is only two weeks away...
Looking forward to the new Rival Sons
I'm planning to make an effort to more closely follow new music this year. I heard, I believe, 46 new albums in 2018 but I want to do better in 2019.
Of things already announced or rumored, I am looking forward to hearing:
Weezer, Raconteurs, Deerhunter, Sharon Van Etten, Panda Bear, Rival Sons, Beirut, Fidlar, American Football, Hozier, La Dispute, Flaming Lips, Lana Del Rey, Mercury Rev, Jenny Lewis, Vampire Weekend and a few more...
I've got a good feeling about this year for music. Could be a cracker.
Lookin' fwd to The Residents - Dyin' Dog
How does a "Best of 2019" thread become a place to post albums you're looking forward to. I know the artists we all like are the "best ever" but to assume their next release is a Best Of 2019 before it's released is a little ridiculous.
Imho, it’s A okay to post the albums one is looking forward to with anticipation. In this nostalgia shop of a forum, at least some people are looking forward at all.
Looking forward to hearing this one
On my looking-forward-to list, I've got new Tame Imapala, Jessica Pratt, Solange, Lambchop, fka twigs, James Blake, Lana Del Ray, Fleet Foxes, Kendrick Lamar, Vampire Weekend, Deerhunter, Grimes, and the Tyler & ASAP Rocky collab album.
Really looking forward to new albums by These New Puritans, Murray Lightburn (of The Dears), Joe Jackson, and Rustin Mann (Paul Webb of Talk Talk).
The Deerhunter record leaked weeks ago
The new Juliana Hatfield record - I'm only one listen in but it is a super strong start to 2019.
Atari Midi, clarinet, oboe, trombone, human voice, etc. This is lofi bedroom daydream classical.
Gap Species, by North Sea Radio Orchestra
“This is their first full length LP. Produced by Go Kurosawa (Kikagaku Moyo) in Tsubame studio in Tokyo. Starting track Rustic Song, from the jet sound at beginning, you will realize that you arrived in Thailand. Followed by Track 2 Starshine, you can find surf vibe but it’s different than the West coast surf music. The topnotch is the B1 track Badtrip where you can hear lo-fi garage with heavy doomy fuzz jam part. For fans of Oh Sees, La Luz, or Thai’s morlam music.”
คนแปลกหน้าจากดินแดนบูรพา/Strangers from the far east, by คณะ เบียร์บูด/Khana Bierbood
Atmospheric prog heaviness...
Fractal Guitar, by Stephan Thelen
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I already heard a download of the new (long overdue) 24-7 Spyz album, eagerly awaiting the physical copy. It sounds fantastic.
24/7 Spyz: The Soundtrack To The Innermost Galaxy
Same with the new Brave album. I should have the CD in a couple days. Sounds like their best yet.
I'm going to make a bigger effort to support DIY artists via pledgemusic, patreon, bandcamp etc. this year.
I'm waiting for most of those myself. Also new ones from Bob Mould and Swervedriver. Pere Ubu should have a new coming this year, and according to Mr. Thomas it's a doozy.
TBD... I'm looking forward to the following releases:
Deerhunter (Jan. 18)
Sharon Van Etten (Jan. 18)
James Blake (Jan. 25, reportedly)
Lana Del Rey (Mar. 29)
Yeah, but it hasn't been officially released, so most of us haven't heard it.
Looking forward to new material by John Fogerty this year!
Leakers are despicable.
Pre-ordered the new one guitarist William Tyler recorded recently in Portland with the guy who worked with The Decemberists. Bill Frisell is on it, too.
And the upcoming Tedeschi Trucks Band should be a good one, too.
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