PORTISHEAD: classic or dud?!

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the embarrassingly-accepted band from the whole idiotic blunted groovez lounge hipster movement, complete with annoying false emotional rants in gibbon's horrible screechy voice and sub limp bizkit-level dj scratching (to a fanbase that's never heard anything better)? red hot chili peppers for lilith fair girls? or, you know, not?

add some search and destroy-type stuff too, since all their stuff is generally considered really good. ha!

ethan, Thursday, 3 May 2001 00:00 (twenty years ago) link

Maybe that's cause it is good. I like it, my weird jazz-bo mates like it, my mother enjoyed it, everyone in 95 seemed to like it too, it inspired enough people too. Isn't that scratching highly expressive. I just love the scene the music evokes, the mood, but I'm really into films. I can't get enough of music that tries to create narrative outside of the lyrics. The reason I don't listen to them that much is cause everyone ripped them off so bad. Also, I'd just like to add that I didn't use the word 'cinematic' once. I'd hang onto both albums.

K-reg, Thursday, 3 May 2001 00:00 (twenty years ago) link

I can't really handle Portishead...I liked "Sour Times" okay (that'd be the search, I guess), but I found most of Dummy dull, and parts of the self-titled follow-up to be abrasive in a really bad way (unlike, say, Einsturzende Neubauten). There were some tracks on the second album, the names of which escape me now because I've erected a mental block around them, which drove me utterly batshit when one of my co- workers played the album in the store: not only did she pick some of the most dissonant intervals for her vocal lines, but she consistently sang them out of tune, and I just felt like ripping my ears off to make the pain stop.

Sean Carruthers, Thursday, 3 May 2001 00:00 (twenty years ago) link

I think the singing is pretty, but man is it boring. Seriously, I've never been able to sit and listen straight through and it really does make me sleepy. Mazzy Starr has this same effect on me.

your buddy, Thursday, 3 May 2001 00:00 (twenty years ago) link

Both albums, very nice, and both times I saw them, very very nice. I'll keep them. And I hate to break it to you, Ethan, but I saw Geoff Davies DJ before the first concert I saw, and he was quite good. ;-)

Ned Raggett, Thursday, 3 May 2001 00:00 (twenty years ago) link

First album was completely sublime....everything else exposed them to be somewhat of a one-trick pony.

alex in nyc, Thursday, 3 May 2001 00:00 (twenty years ago) link

Another clear classic. I must say I'm puzzled by the accusation of out-of-tune singing on _Portishead_, as I can only think of one song where the melody isn't related to the backing music ("All Mine"). There are a lot of points where she's singing a dissonant note in a chord (usually a 2nd or 6th), but she's in tune the whole time.

Dan Perry, Thursday, 3 May 2001 00:00 (twenty years ago) link

I remember liking Glory Box when it came out and i bought Dumy but sold it on cos i thought it made a bit of a bring album. There just wasn't enough variety in their style... I'm surprised they get rated so high. Are they still together?

dog latin, Thursday, 3 May 2001 00:00 (twenty years ago) link

still together, working on an album for release this year. anyone know anything about the rumour of madlib co-producing?

ethan, Thursday, 3 May 2001 00:00 (twenty years ago) link

Classic, no question. Dummy, though over-familiar, is still bloody magnificent. The second - disappointing. One trick ponys -yes, but it's a cool trick.

Dr. C, Thursday, 3 May 2001 00:00 (twenty years ago) link

The DG decree: First album good, second album bad. I suppose this makes them a clud.

DG, Thursday, 3 May 2001 00:00 (twenty years ago) link

Classic. I actually think the follow up was as good as Dummy.

Stevie Nixed, Friday, 4 May 2001 00:00 (twenty years ago) link

The first album was probably the coolest thing I'd ever heard, in that buying it made me feel extremely cool, first kid on my patch onto them, etc. etc. I've not listened to it for a long time, though. The second I've never heard in full - I bought the first single from that album and loathed it. I think I'd started listening to - or being aware of - old jazz and torch singers a bit more and suddenly Beth Orton's singing sounded as horrid and off-the-peg as, I don't know, the Black Crowes' or Weller's or somebody. But I've heard the first album since then and it wasn't like that, so maybe I was wrong.

Tom, Friday, 4 May 2001 00:00 (twenty years ago) link

And another Classic vote here. 'Dummy' = masterpiece, couldn't live without it in 1994-95. 2nd album is patchy but still has enough brilliant moments.

Omar, Friday, 4 May 2001 00:00 (twenty years ago) link

1995 - played Portishead all the time and heard them everywhere. They seemed to offer a way forward; along with Tricky and Massive Attack. Meanwhile the press was going Oasis mad…

But I never listen to them now, and their sound seems less radical than I once thought. Massive Attack have aged similarly – their first album now seems so bland. Tricky’s work probably stands up best of all that lot.

So I sit on the fence re the COD question. I suppose this raises the question – what is a classic in the sense used on ILM? A record you once thought was great? Now think is great? Think might seem great again? Or is it about "importance" – whatever that means? I suspect that classic means "fit well within the received ideas of the moment".

Guy, Friday, 4 May 2001 00:00 (twenty years ago) link

i refuse to trust the opinion of a man who'd dare confuse beth gibbons with freakin' beth orton!

(furthermore, i am leary of the man who thinks chris robinson is "off- the-peg." which may make you wary of me. which is fair, i think.)

fred solinger, Friday, 4 May 2001 00:00 (twenty years ago) link

DOH!

Sorry, that is *apalling*. I even got a proper night's sleep, too. Goes to show how much I hated that single, I suppose.

The Black Crowes are still shite, though.

Tom, Friday, 4 May 2001 00:00 (twenty years ago) link

DOH!

Sorry, that is *apalling*. I even got a proper night's sleep, too. Goes to show how much I hated that single, I suppose.

The Black Crowes are still shite, though. I think what I meant by off- the-peg is an obviously technically talented voice which is then being pushed into a hand-me-down style i.e. torch singing/bluesy rock vocalising.

Tom, Friday, 4 May 2001 00:00 (twenty years ago) link

So appalling, it had to be stated twice.

Nicole, Friday, 4 May 2001 00:00 (twenty years ago) link

I wanted to like Dummy, but it bored me each time. The live CD is much better.

Massive Attack's Blue Line should, Dummy should not be listed as a classic.

KHF

khf, Friday, 4 May 2001 00:00 (twenty years ago) link

C'mon, I like them too, but by no stretch of the imagination could her singing be called in tune. She's a good quarter tone flat at most points, and that whole thing of trying to sound like she was recorded with an old microphone just makes her voice sound fake, like the girl from the Squirrel Nut Zippers. This is not to say I dislike Portishead. And I am not a Lilith Fair girl - I am a Lilith Fair womyn! Down with the mayle oppryessor!

Dave M., Friday, 4 May 2001 00:00 (twenty years ago) link

CLASSIC. i love both of their records . a lot actually. their music is unique and exceptionally soulful.

marie, Friday, 4 May 2001 00:00 (twenty years ago) link

Dave, you aren't talking about the blue notes, are you? Because those are part of the singing technique.

I should break out that album again before I continue arguing, but that type of thing is something I'm usually hyper-sensitive about (and is one of many reasons why I can't stand Whitney Houston).

Yes, any discussion of flat singing will cause me to bring up Whitney Houston.

Dan Perry, Friday, 4 May 2001 00:00 (twenty years ago) link

I'd rather listen to Beth Orton than Portishead's second album.

Ally, Friday, 4 May 2001 00:00 (twenty years ago) link

I stand by my original assertation that Beth Gibbons sings off-key on parts of the second album, though I can't point to specific instance because I don't have the album. Not all the time, but enough to just put me off that album. Same goes for Beth Orton, for that matter, who just generally sings flat all the time. I haven't studied Whitney enough to say, but hey, it wouldn't surprise me either.

Sean Carruthers, Monday, 7 May 2001 00:00 (twenty years ago) link

I thought the second album was marvellous, quite a bit fuller and deeper than the rather flat sounding debut. Neither were in the same class as 'Maxinquaye' though.

Johnathan, Monday, 7 May 2001 00:00 (twenty years ago) link

I'm tempted to say that Portishead and Tricky are different enough that comparing their albums doesn't get you very far.

Josh, Monday, 7 May 2001 00:00 (twenty years ago) link

Possibly true, but these Bristol trip-hoppers were compared a great deal, and if this is to be done, 'Maxinquaye' was easily the best thing to come out of all of that IMHO.

Johnathan, Monday, 7 May 2001 00:00 (twenty years ago) link

Am I the only person who notices that while Portishead are getting a lauding here, they're getting a bit of a drubbing as an album no one can get into on another thread? It just struck me funny, that's all.

Ally, Monday, 7 May 2001 00:00 (twenty years ago) link

i think choosing the best triphop album is sort of like trying to choose the best krautrock album.

ethan, Monday, 7 May 2001 00:00 (twenty years ago) link

Dummy sounded sooooo great back in '95, and its stood the test of time, despite countless ape-ings. The ST sounded like crap in '97 and still does. Tricky? hAHAHAHAHha...Tricky's music is about as exciting as Moby singing as he dangles by one ball off a cliff. .....actually...that'd be pretty exciting..

SleepTillItHurts, Thursday, 10 May 2001 00:00 (twenty years ago) link

i think .kz is the extension for kyrgyzstan.

ethan, Thursday, 10 May 2001 00:00 (twenty years ago) link

one month passes...
Dud; and one of the most overrated duds ever. I worked hard at that first LP, before realizing that its grimy reaches weren't for me. Then, years later, I worked hard at that second LP, before realizing that its grimy reaches weren't for me.

the pinefox, Saturday, 7 July 2001 00:00 (twenty years ago) link

Did you ever get the live album, Pinefox? If not, don't bother - its grimy reaches aren't for you.

Dr. C, Sunday, 8 July 2001 00:00 (twenty years ago) link

four months pass...
I think the basic concept behind Portishead was a good one. Slow dreamy, almost ambient take on hip hop. The main problem I think is the way the records were produced. Every element of the mix is too clean and upfront, designed that way I imagine to give a sort of intimacy to the experience. But from an emotional standpoint, the vocalist is a bit detatched from her own feelings, almost drugged out, and the mix of the music should have reflected that. More reverb on her vocals (a la All Mine) dirtier beats, the scratching should have sounded thinner and farther back in the mix.

That way, I think the basic concept of Portishead could have survived another album or two until the band developed some new ideas, and hence a new production style.

Always remember, it may not be the band you don't like, the way a record is produced has a massive effect on the way you percieve the music, and I think Portishead was harmed by a production style that didn't complement their ideas.

Love, Jeff

Jeff Guidry, Wednesday, 21 November 2001 01:00 (twenty years ago) link

Dummy was the one non-guitar-based album my ultra-conservative cousin liked (something I may have mentioned before). That comes very close to confirming dud status. I don't think I could listen to it now.

Robin Carmody, Wednesday, 21 November 2001 01:00 (twenty years ago) link

five years pass...

HALF DAY CLOSING, people!

3rd album being mastered atm. Anyone hopeful?

Just got offed, Sunday, 4 November 2007 21:44 (fourteen years ago) link

http://www.tribuneindia.com/2003/20030630/album/images/photo02.jpg

stephen, Sunday, 4 November 2007 21:57 (fourteen years ago) link

i think choosing the best triphop album is sort of like trying to choose the best krautrock album.
-- ethan, Monday, May 7, 2001 1:00 AM (6 years ago) Bookmark Link

eh?

the first lp is so evocative of early 90s britain i couldn't not love it if i didn't love it already, which i do.

That one guy that hit it and quit it, Sunday, 4 November 2007 22:38 (fourteen years ago) link

otm

admrl, Sunday, 4 November 2007 23:10 (fourteen years ago) link

Roads is beautiful

admrl, Sunday, 4 November 2007 23:11 (fourteen years ago) link

I'm going to listen to it now!

admrl, Sunday, 4 November 2007 23:11 (fourteen years ago) link

And the Black Crowes are good too! At least, the first two albums are!

admrl, Sunday, 4 November 2007 23:14 (fourteen years ago) link

"roads", yes.

jed_, Sunday, 4 November 2007 23:19 (fourteen years ago) link

Nobody's mentioned the Roseland Ballroom set (PNYC) which is one of my favorite live releases from the last ten years. Also, the one-off that Gibbons did with Rustin is pretty good. I'd say they're near-classic, which is a pretty significant coup considering they've only released two proper albums. Unless they find some way to expand their genre the new album may be little more than filthy lucre - but it'll probably sound great regardless.

christoff, Monday, 5 November 2007 14:39 (fourteen years ago) link

portishead>>>>>>>>>>dummy

LaMonte, Monday, 5 November 2007 14:41 (fourteen years ago) link

dud for jacking the smif-n-wessun loop on that one remix

and what, Monday, 5 November 2007 14:48 (fourteen years ago) link

i like the s/t one more than dummy too but I know people who just hated it, thought it was so over the top...insane people, admittedly, but people nonetheless.

the live record is great, and I'm really glad I got to see them live, even if I could barely see them because I was stuck behind tall assholes

akm, Monday, 5 November 2007 15:19 (fourteen years ago) link

the embarrassingly-accepted band from the whole idiotic blunted groovez lounge hipster movement, complete with annoying false emotional rants in gibbon's horrible screechy voice and sub limp bizkit-level dj scratching (to a fanbase that's never heard anything better)? red hot chili peppers for lilith fair girls? or, you know, not?

"Roads" A+++++

The above opening post ^^^ is so not OTM it's hilarious

stephen, Monday, 5 November 2007 15:47 (fourteen years ago) link

HALF DAY CLOSING, people!

"half day closing" was the point on portishead where i was like, "okay, yes, yes, more please." also helped that i had gotten really into the united states of america album between dummy and that one.

GOTT PUNCH II HAWKWINDZ, Monday, 5 November 2007 23:08 (fourteen years ago) link

As a title, I liked "Title Unconfirmed" which is the one I saw in lists.

Mark G, Thursday, 24 January 2008 08:27 (thirteen years ago) link

(as it is, it's a Soft Machine reference)

Mark G, Thursday, 24 January 2008 08:28 (thirteen years ago) link

Attention radio people, please pronounce this very carefully when you announce the title on air. ("Turd")

StanM, Thursday, 24 January 2008 09:32 (thirteen years ago) link

Post of five minutes ago.

Mark G, Thursday, 24 January 2008 09:38 (thirteen years ago) link

Post of five minutes ago.

-- Mark G, Thursday, January 24, 2008 10:38 AM (5 minutes ago) Bookmark Link

???

StanM, Thursday, 24 January 2008 09:44 (thirteen years ago) link

there was a fake title of 'Alien' floating around years ago - liked that.

blueski, Thursday, 24 January 2008 12:28 (thirteen years ago) link

Really looking fwd to this. Loved the couple of tunes they premiered.

baaderonixx, Thursday, 24 January 2008 14:17 (thirteen years ago) link

Where did you hear these? There's only a couple of experimental vocaless tracks on their myspace.

chap, Thursday, 24 January 2008 14:59 (thirteen years ago) link

Live clips on PFork a few weeks ago

baaderonixx, Thursday, 24 January 2008 15:23 (thirteen years ago) link

Found some clips on YouTube, but the sound quality's a bit too shitty to judge the tunes. One definately has a theremin in though, so business as usual.

chap, Thursday, 24 January 2008 15:27 (thirteen years ago) link

Anyone try and get tickets this morning? Just had a frustrating experience with seetickets, in which I was taken as far as bank details, delivery address etc, only to be told they'd sold out. Gah.

Interstingly, seatwave were already selling tickets at 9.05 for twice the face value.

Not that I'm surprised at how crap the system is, but it is most annoying.

Daniel Giraffe, Friday, 25 January 2008 09:46 (thirteen years ago) link

two weeks pass...

he sampled "moon in june" and "out-bloody-rageous" from third for the portishead remix of junkwaffel's "mud skipper"

any other soft machine sampling in the portishead catalog?

moonship journey to baja, Monday, 11 February 2008 03:11 (thirteen years ago) link

front cover apparently goes like this:

http://angryape.com/images/news/portishead-15-02-08.jpg

Portishead Third Track Listing Unveiled — News — AngryApe

djmartian, Friday, 15 February 2008 16:25 (thirteen years ago) link

omg want

HI DERE, Friday, 15 February 2008 16:26 (thirteen years ago) link

Third Track Listing:

01. Silence
02. Hunter
03. Nylon Smile
04. The Rip
05. Plastic
06. We Carry On
07. Deep Water
08. Machine Gun
09. Small
10. Magic Doors
11. Threads

djmartian, Friday, 15 February 2008 16:26 (thirteen years ago) link

typically classy cover!

Simon H., Friday, 15 February 2008 16:28 (thirteen years ago) link

Quite like the cover.

xpost

chap, Friday, 15 February 2008 16:29 (thirteen years ago) link

:-)

Ned Raggett, Friday, 15 February 2008 16:35 (thirteen years ago) link

John Mulvey @ Uncut reviews the new Portishead album: Uncut.co.uk | Wild Mercury Sound - Post details: Portishead - Third

djmartian, Friday, 15 February 2008 17:22 (thirteen years ago) link

omg want

HI DERE, Friday, 15 February 2008 17:24 (thirteen years ago) link

From Mulvey's Uncut review:

"It’s funny, listening to Gibbons, to remember how Portishead were rapidly stereotyped as some kind of coffee table cliché, the dinner party CD of choice and so on. Again, I can’t remember exactly how discomforting those old albums were – I always suspect that the band were cursed by those who followed after them, so that when we try and recall how Portishead sounded, we sometimes summon up, I don’t know, Morcheeba by accident." (Cf. ethan's remarks opening this thread)

And yes: WANT.

dblcheeksneek, Friday, 15 February 2008 17:34 (thirteen years ago) link

beth gibbon singing over "lovefingers" = want

moonship journey to baja, Friday, 15 February 2008 18:49 (thirteen years ago) link

good guardian interview: http://music.guardian.co.uk/rock/story/0,,2256187,00.html

blueski, Sunday, 17 February 2008 20:51 (thirteen years ago) link

one month passes...

th new one is really great..in ways i never would have thought anyone would bother trying out in th studio anymore...i can send it as a zp or sum such if u need one

danbunny, Monday, 24 March 2008 21:26 (thirteen years ago) link

The thread for Portishead's Third

Z S, Monday, 24 March 2008 21:39 (thirteen years ago) link

one month passes...

Dud; and one of the most overrated duds ever. I worked hard at that first LP, before realizing that its grimy reaches weren't for me. Then, years later, I worked hard at that second LP, before realizing that its grimy reaches weren't for me.
-- the pinefox, Friday, July 6, 2001 7:00 PM (6 years ago) Bookmark Link

Did you ever get the live album, Pinefox? If not, don't bother - its grimy reaches aren't for you.
-- Dr. C, Saturday, July 7, 2001 7:00 PM (6 years ago) Bookmark Link

classic dr. c response ^

stephen, Sunday, 27 April 2008 17:23 (thirteen years ago) link

I think the basic concept behind Portishead was a good one. Slow dreamy, almost ambient take on hip hop. The main problem I think is the way the records were produced. Every element of the mix is too clean and upfront, designed that way I imagine to give a sort of intimacy to the experience. But from an emotional standpoint, the vocalist is a bit detatched from her own feelings, almost drugged out, and the mix of the music should have reflected that. More reverb on her vocals (a la All Mine) dirtier beats, the scratching should have sounded thinner and farther back in the mix.

That way, I think the basic concept of Portishead could have survived another album or two until the band developed some new ideas, and hence a new production style.

Always remember, it may not be the band you don't like, the way a record is produced has a massive effect on the way you percieve the music, and I think Portishead was harmed by a production style that didn't complement their ideas.

Love, Jeff

-- Jeff Guidry, Tuesday, November 20, 2001 7:00 PM (6 years ago) Bookmark Link

Looks like Portishead took Jeff's advice to heart for the new record :)

stephen, Sunday, 27 April 2008 17:27 (thirteen years ago) link

one year passes...

8 years of posts on this thread and no mention of the Airbus Reconstruction. I wasn't even sure it was the same band when I heard it, but it grew on me and I played it more than any other Sour Times version for a while.

How do you feel about Portishhead's venture into grungy indie?

kingkongvsgodzilla, Monday, 19 October 2009 17:22 (twelve years ago) link

c'mon haters, glory box has to be one of the great torch songs

Dr X O'Skeleton, Monday, 19 October 2009 17:45 (twelve years ago) link

"airbus reconstruction" is done by an old grungy indie band from bristol called airbus, so not the same band, no.

matt h, Monday, 19 October 2009 19:18 (twelve years ago) link

No shit?

kingkongvsgodzilla, Monday, 19 October 2009 19:19 (twelve years ago) link

one year passes...

New Portishead album! Quote below is Geoff Barrow on Twitter...

http://thequietus.com/articles/05507-portishead-new-album-brace-yourselves

"There will be NO free downloads There will be NO bonus tracks There will be NO remixes There will be NO hidden footage" he commenced earlier this evening. And then: "There will be NO additional content There will be NO corporate partners There will be NO fashion lines There will be NO tabloid pictures" before continuing "There will be NO £25 unit cost There will be NO streetteam There will be NO myspace There will be NO celeb producer There will be NO twitter". We're so enthused by this approach that we don't mind one jot that "There will be NO press/blogger gig There will be NO acoustic session There will be NO meet and greet There will be NO edited version" and FINALLY (the last bit we especially like) "There will be NO iTunes only There will be NO press launch There will be NO asian version There will be NO radio friendly". ALL HAIL MR BARROW.

Neil S, Thursday, 6 January 2011 09:50 (ten years ago) link

"There will be NO album, oh buggr"

Mark G, Thursday, 6 January 2011 09:53 (ten years ago) link

There will be NO tabloid pictures

to be fair this is b/c the paparazzi aren't actually interested in you geoff

lex diamonds (lex pretend), Thursday, 6 January 2011 10:02 (ten years ago) link

There will be NO celeb producer

YOU are the name producer! if geoff barrow produced another artists he'd definitely fit into the category of "celeb producer"

lex diamonds (lex pretend), Thursday, 6 January 2011 10:03 (ten years ago) link

There will be NO asian version

racist

lex diamonds (lex pretend), Thursday, 6 January 2011 10:03 (ten years ago) link

i <3 portishead but geoff barrow really is very silly, is he not

lex diamonds (lex pretend), Thursday, 6 January 2011 10:04 (ten years ago) link

I think that Twitter's brilliant. Just sat at home with a brew and a smoke, getting all angry about music and shit. You don't want Portishead being all urbane and Wildean.

Cosby You! Black Emperor (Doran), Thursday, 6 January 2011 10:13 (ten years ago) link

what so there IS a twitter? contradicting "There will be NO twitter"? lol

lex diamonds (lex pretend), Thursday, 6 January 2011 10:14 (ten years ago) link

There will be NO tabloid pictures

to be fair this is b/c the paparazzi aren't actually interested in you geoff

― lex diamonds (lex pretend), Thursday, 6 January 2011 10:02 (11 minutes ago) Bookmark Suggest Ban Permalink

also this album will probably in fact be written about in a tabloid, at some point, accompanied by a photo of the band

Scilk Mahouthy (DJ Mencap), Thursday, 6 January 2011 10:15 (ten years ago) link

The NO TWITTER! rule was delivered by TWITTER!

Now that's trip hop.

Cosby You! Black Emperor (Doran), Thursday, 6 January 2011 10:18 (ten years ago) link

There will be NO asian version

racist

― lex diamonds (lex pretend), Thursday, January 6, 2011 5:03 AM (25 minutes ago) Bookmark

asians are entitled to the same slab of wax that everybody else gets.

won't be on this church plan ting (kkvgz), Thursday, 6 January 2011 10:31 (ten years ago) link

geoff is funny. when we announced the portishead/atp event in london he replied to the facebook post about it saying "CAN MY BAND PLAY PLEASE"

reallysmoothmusic (Jamie_ATP), Thursday, 6 January 2011 11:30 (ten years ago) link

Lex that Geoff Barrow quote is pretty obviously a joke - he's only one step away from going "There will be NO Simon Cowell".

Matt DC, Thursday, 6 January 2011 12:03 (ten years ago) link

He did a good zing on FAT M the other week

idgi fridays (blueski), Thursday, 6 January 2011 14:32 (ten years ago) link

looking fwd to this!

also, this quietus commenter is otm:

octophone
JAN 6, 2011 3:03PM
You do realise that somewhere, in a London office that's slightly smaller than it was 5 years ago, a man in braces is sitting saying "ah, genius - anti-marketing, great move".

ilxor this could be a standout thread for you imo (ilxor), Saturday, 8 January 2011 20:45 (ten years ago) link

really makes u think

just sayin, Saturday, 8 January 2011 20:46 (ten years ago) link

Never would've guessed at a successful revival, in particular one based on channeling top-shelf Krautrock, but glad it happened. Anyone heard anything about the actual sounds for this new LP?

Soundslike, Saturday, 8 January 2011 20:48 (ten years ago) link

nine years pass...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q7R4bu6mExI

Podcast with a modular synth nerd

Greta Van Show Feets BB (milo z), Tuesday, 21 January 2020 06:02 (one year ago) link

one year passes...

man, those b-sides from the first two albums are totally classic. "numbed in moscow" is like a mobb deep beat!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OcwPXUXw330

the beginning of the end of discourse. (Austin), Thursday, 18 November 2021 22:24 (two weeks ago) link


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