What are you listening to right now?


#1612

this amazing, amazing, amazing song my pal Eddie (of Spoilers) put out. I’ve had a demo version of it for years so to have it properly recorded now is a dream:


#1613

think i’ve become overly dependent on falling asleep to music again
the Mirroring album’s good for it


#1614

Is that a grouper related project? I listen to her a lot for going to sleep purposes


#1615

yeah it’s Grouper and Tiny Vipers, 2 of the best music people


#1616

I’ll give it a listen later. I think what I am after is some upbeat ambient, I like a lot ambient/drone stuff but it always tends to err on the side of bleak, I want warm hazy dream music


#1617

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#1619

Great album. Still need to listen to their earlier ones


#1620

I’d seen the name and like stuff on Sacred Bones but never really checked them out. Gave it a spin after your mention (?) in the krautrock thread. Will listen again.


#1621

Letting it sink in how good some of the new Twin Peaks music was: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=olr6vU5Xi0A

I can’t wait to rewatch this series. I keep replaying moments of it in my mind. Oh, man.


#1622

God I literally came in here to talk about Grouper.

Can’t figure out why she’s so good. It’s just, like, a piano or an acoustic guitar plus melancholy vocals. I’m normally so ambivalent about that sort of thing.


#1623

#1624

stick this on repeat


#1625

or this. too obvious?


#1626

Love that song. It’s one of those songs that touches on some sort or intangible, unique, melancholic feeling that no other media can…it’s absolutely remarkable. As is the whole album


#1627

It’s Tim Hecker kind of weather out there


#1628

i’m about 40 minutes into this

worra lovely band


#1629

I need to listen to some music I haven’t listened to much or at all instead of just listening to comfort music.

but but but


#1630

no age is such ultimate comfort music for me.


#1631

today is no age day. just the coolest band ever.