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Master CrashRoger Waters

4 days ago

Just had the concert of my fucking life

Roger Waters

George Roger Waters (born 6 September 1943) is an English musician, singer, songwriter and composer. In 1965, he co-founded the progressive rock band Pink Floyd, serving as bassist and co-lead vocalist. Following the departure of bandmate Syd Barrett in 1...

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Master CrashSonic Youth

6 days ago

Possibly the coolest band on the planet.

Sonic Youth

Sonic Youth was an American alternative rock band from New York City, formed in 1981. Their most recent lineup consisted of Thurston Moore (guitar, vocals), Kim Gordon (bass guitar, vocals, guitar), Lee Ranaldo (guitar, vocals), Steve Shelley (drums) and....

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Master Crash I think their most accessible album is Dirty. Sister is my favourite, but it's more experimental too

6 days ago

nodley Green I'll give it a go now.

6 days ago

Master Crash Did you gave it a listen? Did you love it, did you hate it? What would you rated? You're the best, you're the best. What should I review next? Hit the like if you like, please subscribe and please don't cry! Master Crash. Sonic Youth... FOREVER!

5 days ago

Master CrashOlhos de Mongol

6 days ago

This is easily my all-time favourite Portuguese album, you all should check it out. It's so good.

nodley Green Alright, you got my attention, the first minute or so of each of those sounded good. Remind me to try your Brazilian album later.

6 days ago

Master Crash Will do

6 days ago

Master CrashFranz Ferdinand

1 week ago

Franz Ferdinand is a band emerging from a new alternative rock movement from the early 2000s, the Post-Punk Revival, with bands like The White Stripes, Arctic Monkeys and The Strokes. Sadly, I’m not too familiar with a lot of the albums from these bands, with the exception of Arctic Monkeys. So I decided to remedy that by listening to Franz Ferdinand self-titled debut album, from 2004.

Upon first listen the overall feel I got from the album was that it took a while to get me invested, but after “Take me Out”, the song that most stood out to me, started, the album gets really enjoyable.

I gave it a second listen to solidify my thoughts, and this time I enjoyed “Jaqueline” and “Tell her Tonight”, the first two tracks, more than I did at first, but I still think it’s the weakest part of the album. In contrast, Take me Out’s infectious beat is still the highest point of the album.

The rest of the album is just pure catchy bliss. Similar to Arctic Monkeys early output but a bit more slow, but never losing the punch. And, although I still prefer AM’s debut when compared, with tracks like Take Me Out, Cheating on You and Darts of Pleasure, and, of course, the explosive last track, this is an album that will definitely see more relistens in the future.

Franz Ferdinand

Franz Ferdinand is the first album by the Glasgow-based indie rock band Franz Ferdinand, released in early 2004. It entered the United Kingdom album charts at number three in February 2004 and contains three UK top ten singles: "Take Me Out", "This Fire"....

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free fall I still really like that album, just solid fun rock all the way through, after that it was diminishing returns though. No You Girls was the only song they did later that could touch the singles from this album. I liked Editors too though, they were kind of an Interpol knockoff but they did it well.

1 week ago

Jonathan Oyama The Interpol knockoff period was fun, though. She Wants Revenge always gets pissed off if anyone ever compares them to Interpol. Lol.

1 week ago

free fall Lol. Take it as a compliment, guys! To me it is no big deal if a band takes after another band like that as long as the songs are good.

1 week ago

Master CrashThe Wilderness

1 week ago

The 3rd wave of Post-Rock gets an unfair bad press by a lot of people by just being “Godspeed You! Black Emperor clones”, and while, true, GY!BE is way ahead of most of the bands they share the genre with, that doesn’t mean the genre itself is bad. Post-Rock is the perfect blend of Rock and Ambient, and it can give us the most beautiful and serene of songs. It can be dark, mellow, energetic… and while a lot of people say that most bands sound the same, there’s always bands like This Will Destroy You, 69daysofstatic and Dirty Three just to name some examples that give some unique twist on the genre.

Explosions in the Sky isn’t one of those bands, sadly, but EitS is one of the most famous bands of the genre in recent years, having launched their first album in 2000 and contributed to a lot of movie soundtracks.To me EitS fall in a weird spot, while some of their tracks are just my favorite in the entire genre, like “Your Hand in Mine” and “Remember Me As A Time of Day”, the few albums I’ve listened in full left me a bit… disappointed.

Today I was exactly in the mood for some Post-Rock though, and since I hadn’t listened to their latest album, The Wilderness, and it had been on my backlog since 2016, I grabbed a cup of tea and my aching headache and gave it a spin.

Thankfully, The Wilderness didn’t gave me the same feeling of disappointment as the others, and when my first listen was finished my headache had began to dissipate. There’s too many good tracks here, “Logic of a Dream”, “Disintegration Anxiety”, “Infinite Orbit”, just to name a few. To say that these are better than the other tracks I named before would be lying, at least in their first impressions, but that takes nothing from them, as they are all spectacular. “Logic of a Dream” is, specially, a good example of what this genre can do, building and shifting tone for the course of it’s 6 minutes and 38 seconds.”Disintegration Anxiety” then breaks the mellow feeling of the rest of the album, (that returns in force for the next track, the dark “Losing The Light”, don’t worry) for a more drum based song and delivers one of the most enjoyable tracks in the album.To worth mention is as well, is the dark wall of sound in the end of “Colours in Space”, which is just amazing and twisted when put together with the rest of the album.

Individual songs apart, this album gives you that beautiful sense of serenity that I mentioned previously. Perfect for when you just want to relax. Despite the title of the album, The Wilderness gives off a more spacey vibe, which is solidified in the actual song names. My overall feeling is that The Wilderness is, then, their most solid album I’ve heard so far, I can’t think of a bad track in it.

The Wilderness

The Wilderness is the seventh studio album by American post-rock band Explosions in the Sky, released on April 1, 2016.

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Master CrashOld Souls

1 week ago

The band is Deaf Havana, a Post-Grunge/Alternative Rock band from the United Kingdom, in the similar vein of Switchfoot and 3 Doors Down and those bands, you know the ones. I spend most of my teenage years looking for similar bands to Deaf Havana, but I have to admit this was one that passed me by, so I was actually eager to see what it had to offer. The album I was recommended was Old Souls, their third album, released in 2013.

Old Souls is exactly what I was expecting, a very easy listen, full of catchy chorus and a definitive Summer album. The first track starts off reminding me a lot of The Who’s Baba O’Riley and then followed by Bruce Springsteen which was a clear inspiration. (This is further solidified later on in the album with the lyrics “With Springsteen in my headphones singing mockingly away / Oh, Brucey, baby, I’ve seen better days” in the song 22).

The rest of the album is more reminiscent of more recent artists, like the ones mentioned in the second paragraph. The whole makes you want to sing along and even the lyrically depressing “Everybody’s Dancing and I Want to Die” is incredibly upbeat in sound. It’s a contrast that I like since the days of The Smiths.

I listened to entire album today about three times and it just kept getting better, it was the kind of music that always is a good soundtrack to cheer up the day. Songs like “Lights” and “Speeding Cars” is certain songs that I will be relisten and put on playlists.

And it’s true, to say that Deaf Havana is doing something new here would be to lie, it’s hitting on notes that were already proven successful to deliver an album with no real risk, an easy listen. But I wouldn’t say it did anything wrong either, all songs are pleasant to the ears and are catchy and fun. There’s a lot to be said about simple songs vs complex ones, but I would say that simplicity and being easy to the ears isn’t necessarily a bad thing, there’s times where I rather listen to that, and this album is a just a reminder of why that is.

Old Souls

Old Souls is the third album from English band Deaf Havana. It was released on 16 September 2013 and marked another shift in direction from previous album Fools and Worthless Liars as they head to a more chorus-driven classic rock style of music. With sin...

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Silent Gamer I think I'll check this one out I've missed your posts, Crash!

1 week ago

Master Crash Thanks! I'm just dumping the stuff I've been posting on my blog, there's more stuff like this there if you want.

1 week ago

nodley Green It's a good album this Silent, 22 is my fave song.

1 week ago

Master CrashNobody Wants to Be Here and Nobody Wants to Leave

1 week ago

A look at the album cover and title as well as the artist’s name of this one will probably invoke some sort of idea or expectation of what the sound might be, and if you’re like me then The Twilight Sad’s 2014 album, Nobody Wants to Be Here and Nobody Wants to Leave, will be exactly what you where expecting.

The Twilight Sad is a indie rock with some influences from shoegaze and new wave, hailing from Scotland, as you’d figure out by the accent on this one, formed in 2003 and who released their first album in 2007.

This album is a mellow experience, of course, ghostly vocals sing over soft melodies, making this one perfect for those lonely nights… You know the ones.

The entire album is great, but I think the titular song, which I’m not gonna name because it’s giant, and the amazing “Drown so I Can Watch” and the strongest points of the record. They make me want to grab a microphone and sing my pains away.

I really recommend people to check out this album, it’s an intense experience in all it’s sadness, but I think in the end it’ll leave you happier than before for having experienced it.

Nobody Wants to Be Here and Nobody Wants to Leave

Nobody Wants to Be Here and Nobody Wants to Leave is the fourth studio album by Scottish indie rock band The Twilight Sad, released by Fat Cat Records on 27 October 2014. The band began working on tracks for the album in late 2012, and on 12 August 2014,....

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Master Crash...I Care Because You Do

1 week ago

I don’t think Aphex Twin needs much introduction…

Richard D. James, known professionally as Aphex Twin, is known partly by being one of the most important figures in IDM and electronic music as a whole and partly by it’s nightmare inducing album covers.

Case in point “…I Care Because You Do”, his 1995 album with a cover that doesn’t make me want to listen to the album, it makes me want to call my mom.

This isn’t the first time I’m listening to Aphex Twin, I’ve listened to this Selected Ambient series before, and while I never got a negative opinion of them, I can’t say they stayed in my memory either. Which is why I wanted to listen to one of his works for this blog.

I picked this one at random… What? I did!

But I also quite liked it, it is as abrasive as the cover suggests. Aphex Twin brings some noise, glitch and even industrial elements to this album that I simply adore.

The track Ventolin is basically that, an industrial/noise track packed with the classic ringing to fuck your ears right up. I LOVE it! No, seriously, I do.

“Start As You Mean To Go On” is also amazing from beginning to end, and for those that want something more soft, there’s also “Alberto Balsam”, which the closest this album gets to relax.

“…I Care Because You Do” is a good portfolio on Aphex Twin, like it generally is with his albums. I has everything that makes him interesting, packet in 12 varied tracks that last a bit more than one hour. If you want to get into his work, I’d probably suggest starting with the first Selected Ambient Works, but this wouldn’t be a bad start if you’re a fan of experimental electronic music.

...I Care Because You Do

...I Care Because You Do is an electronic music album by Richard D. James, under the pseudonym of Aphex Twin. James' third studio album recorded under this moniker, the album was released on 24 April 1995. The album is quite different from his past acid h...

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Jonathan Oyama I always remember the Richard D. James album. That one had the best creepy grin.

1 week ago

Master CrashPeople That Can Eat People Are the Luckiest People in the World

1 week ago

AJJ, known before as Andrew Jackson Jihad, just to be 100% sure that whenever someone talks about one of their albums they spend just 5 minutes naming the band and album, is a folk-punk band formed in 2004, what I liked from what I’ve listened from them is their high energy, clever lyrics and music made to scream along with them.
Their second album, that you can read the full title on the title, that thing’s huge, is full of short but awesome songs. Rejoice is a reminder that despite everything bad in the world, we’re all trying our best… so REJOICE!
I quite like Survival Song, which turns into a complete bar song midways.
People Ii: The Reckoning is probably the best track in the album, and also the longest, with 4 minutes in length, talking about the meaningless of life.
But despite all the negativity, I think the album has a good message overall, strengthened by its final track, People.
“People are wasteful, they waste all the food
People are hateful, and people are rude
But God, I love some people sometimes
Because people are very, very special”
And I leave you with this:
“And people are people regardless of skin
And people are people regardless of creed
People are people regardless of gender
People are people regardless of anything”

People That Can Eat People Are the Luckiest People...

People That Can Eat People Are the Luckiest People in the World is the second studio album from folk punk band Andrew Jackson Jihad. The album was released by Asian Man Records on September 11, 2007. The title is derived from a line in Kurt Vonnegut's boo...

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