New Releases 09/02/2018


#41

Last week


#42

I’m speaking from last week. Will Liverpool v spurs be worth watching?


#43

No


#44

Well done @Severed799 your credibility as a reviewer is forever ruined now. Over a Franz Ferdinand album in 2018 no less. I hope you’re very disappointed in yourself :wink:


#45

no?


#46

yeah Palm is goood. I wanna say it’s quite math-rocky but I’ve not really listened to much math-rock. It’s certainly all herky-jerky. The vocals float really nicely over the grooves, very Beach Boys/Animal Collective. Also I like the clangy steel drums (if that’s what they are) that are on a couple of tracks.


#47

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#48


#49

The correct answer tbf. Sorry if I caused any offence as it was meant to be taking the piss out of the response to you than you yourself.


#50

This sounds right up my street, will definitely be checking it out


#51

Nope! CD and LP are available right now. My copy’s already been dispatched.


#52

haha it’s ok, Franz Ferdinand isn’t a sword worth dying on


#53

Legend Of The Seagullmen is out today, Brent from Mastodons latest side project, with Danny Carey out of Tool. It’s a bit silly (well, very, it’s nautical themed prog metal) but I’m enjoying it.


#54

This. He just sounds like Bruce Springsteen’s geek little brother or something.


#55

If it was aimed at me then I stand by my opinion regardless of others reputations


#56

New songs all sounded ace at the Roundhouse last night. Stunning live band.


#57

Ol Pussymagnet Menuck has a solo album out?!


#58

Bit underwhelmed by this week’s offerings. MGMT and Ezra Furman are both in the category of stuff that I find just a bit too much of everything.

Looking forward to the Black Panther soundtrack, reviews making it sound like an unexpectedly substantial release.


#59

Hovvdy, Cranberry.


#60

Very relaxing stuff - feeling all nice and woozy listening to it, and it’s not because I 've had a few glasses of wine … well could be that too :P. Definitely one to listen to before going to bed.