Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by Chigs, Feb 9, 2019.
WHat did you guys think about this? I think I liked that it was a little fuzzier. I miss the older, grittier, sounding Black Keys. I loved the sleek sound when Attack and Release came out, but I was tired of it by the following album.
I’m stoked that after 5 years that they’re making music together again.
God, I just took a look back and realized that "Turn Blue" was their last album. I think I liked it, but totally can't remember. I have written some reviews/articles when I have extra time, and I feel like I may have even submitted something for this album. To save my life, though, I can't remember my opinion on it
It was meh.
I think my favourite part about it was that it looks like a Black Angels album cover.
I remember little else
Do you like (newer) STS9? This band kinda sounds like them, without their crappy jamming. Opinions appreciated....
I stopped listening to STS9 after their 2nd album. Didn’t they go religious weird?
No. They just went harder electronic, I guess; less loose and jazzy.
I last saw them live a few years ago, and really didn't like their jamming style. It was some of the most repetitive stuff I ever heard; they would just swell into a really big peak, and do it over. and over. and over. Not for me.
Probably not up your alley, but I dug a couple tunes of this chick's album. She is out of L.A.
New King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard.
Probably the most excited I have been about an album in a long time. These guys blow me away
The first single is pretty okay. It doesn't capture all the talented things I like about the band, though
Mike Gordon (bassist for Phish) is doing his solo thing, and paid a nice little tribute to Tom Petty last night. I really enjoyed it.
Also, a pretty good "Meat" follows it up.
(not the best quality).
Couple of new songs from two of my personal most aniticpated albums. Based off my thoughts on these two bands, I can bet that these will be two of my most listened to records of 2019.
King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard: Fishing for Fishies. Kind of weird and cartooney, but I still like it....just a different type of psych rock than what I am used to. Can't wait to hear the rest of this album
Vampire Weekend: Sunflower. Very cool. Has a bit of funk to it, but still all the things that make them sound like them.
Note the Jerry Seinfeld cameo
Black Keys announced a fairly extensive tour. Not sure where you live, RaeRae, but I see they are heading down to San Diego.
I am debating seeing them when they come my way, but was underwhelmed when I saw them a few years ago. Strongly prefer the stripped down duo stuff, to be honest.
Link with Dates
Same place I saw them last time. That venue is an old dump, but it’s fine.
I hate planning on November shows in March.
Some really good stuff released today.
The Comet is Coming: Trust in the Life Force of Deep Mystery...Awesome electronic jazz. Really pushes the jazz envelope. Highly recommended
Stephen Malkmus: Groove Denied...his long awaited solo electronic album. You can hear the synth, but it still has a lot of instrumentation. @lestanyonethink
Brian Jonestown Massacre: S/T...Another album from modern psych rock pioneers. Good stuff, albeit not the most groundbreaking. Good to see the band sober, and the complete trainwrecks they used to be
Snarky Puppy: Immigrance....new album from a band gaining more and more notoriety on the funk circuit. Way funky...maybe doesn't capture their live energy, though.
New Elcamino album out.
Awesome. Thanks for posting this. WIll give a listen
Haven’t listened to it in its entirety yet, but doesn’t touch his last one, ‘walking on water’.
I thought this was pretty cool. I always liked Don Feldef because he told Glenn Frey to fuck off.
Not exactly new, but some guy turned me onto them last night, and am digging so far
Hey @Daveindiego , this lineup looks fire