We're down 8-10 votes from the previous two votes. Missing CPK, Gildzilla, chicken4, Longinus, glennron, and nodepression, from people who have voted in Jan and Feb. Theoretically it's enough to make any album win, though I don't suppose it will change the outcome.
No picture, so semi-confirmed? The Strokes - 1 (Schmitty)
Boneroo - Youth Lagoon Chicken - Wavves CKS - Suuns CPK - Rhye Druid - Hendrix FearofPride - Suuns Fuzzy - Rhye Garageland - JT George - Suuns Hakuna - JT Hob - Rhye Iamthehorn - HTDA JM Hayes - Clutch JonesJupiter - Hendrix LD - The Men Longinus - Inter Arma NoD - some uber obscure band he probably made up Onion - Wavves PapaSteve - JT PMO - JT ProblemDog - Waxahatchee RD - Waxahatchee RebelBrad - Low Rosko - Youth Lagoon Sang - Hendrix Schmitty - Strokes Tackitt - JT Zapp Branigan - Inter Arma Ziggy - JT
Post by ziggyandthemonkeys on Apr 2, 2013 13:08:05 GMT -5
Its actually a really good album, and if I had time to give it more listens it could have snuck to the top. The new DJ Koze is an early front runner for me, but with James Blake and The Knife dropping albums I know that won't last long.
Edit: Lapalux is off the Brainfeeder label, so that should give you an idea of what you're getting into.
Tyler the Creator is solid. I haven't heard Charles Bradley's new one yet, but it's Charles Bradley. Bombino, about four songs into this - if you don't know what this is: picture Tinariwen meets the Black Keys.
I might go through my monthly music budget - just in the first weekend.
I can't typically handle a lot of Tyler the Creator's lyrics when he goes overboard with the "fags" and dick jokes and constant fucks. But I really like the song Colossus, even though it includes examples of all those things. It's a more bearable album overall.
I can't typically handle a lot of Tyler the Creator's lyrics when he goes overboard with the "fags" anddickjokes and constantfucks But I really like the song Colossus, even though it includes examples of all those things. It's a more bearable album overall.
Yeah, I think he's really toned down the shock value stuff on this album.