Grouper


#81

:dizzy_face::dizzy_face::dizzy_face:


#82

and about 5 minutes from my house
excellent excellent excellent


#83

Same night as Rolling Blackouts :frowning:


#84

#85

WHOA


#86

May have to dl this tonight


#87

Giving it a first proper listen now.

Any thoughts on it from anyone else?


#88

I’d missed some of the noise and droniness in the latest Grouper releases, so this is pretty welcome thus far


#89

Really loved it on first listen! Think it shimmers and shines even at it’s most menacing moments. Excited put it on again later.


#90

On first listen, the artillery like bass in the opening choral track are great. Feels very promising…


#91

Going to listen to this at lunch. Very excited.


#92

anyone know when/if this is getting a physical release? Think I have pretty much the complete Liz discography and I don’t want to miss this one as it’s fab.


#93

It’s on her bandcamp page. Postage from the U.S. makes it expensive though. Doesn’t say limited edition so guess that means it should get European distribution at some point?


#94

Ah ok cool.


#95

Half of this album is great. The other half of this album is seriously boring.


#96

Yeah, Grouper is heading in a Hecker-esque not fussed direction for me now.


#97

I think that mellotron sound gets a bit of overuse, but the atmosphere is one I generally find myself liking wanting to get into when the time’s right for it.


#98

Overused is an understatement. It appears on all the tracks, and is actually ALL of the last two tracks. So that’s about 60% bell drone, all told.


#99

You people dont deserve grouper and tim hecker


#100

Now where did I put my “I prefer their earlier stuff” t-shirt. I’ve indie bell(drone)ending to be getting on with.