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May 12, 18, 06:13 PM #541The new Lord Huron record is quite good.Advertisement
May 12, 18, 10:30 PM #542
If I had timed things better I could have watched and listened from the Roebling Bridge.
Really dig "The Night We Met" but need to hear more, so I'm glad you're giving it a thumbs up.
There were a few acts I would've liked to have caught, but I ended up seeing Future Islands who to be perfectly honest pretty much bore me to tears with every damn song having the exact same rhythm with lead dude singing practically the same melody (or grunts or whatever the hell it is that he does). I saw them two years ago at the Midpoint Music Festival because a friend of mine loves them, but then I was already burnt out on them, so I thought just my luck to arrive there to find them on the stage.
May 13, 18, 01:30 AM #543
And I am a big Fleet Foxes fan. I need to go record-shopping and grab that new one.
May 13, 18, 07:41 AM #544
May 13, 18, 09:15 PM #545
May 16, 18, 07:13 AM #546“You Worry Me” - Nathaniel Rateliff & Night Sweats
I’ve been a fan for a while. Saw them perform this last night on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. The boys - Tore. It. Up.
May 16, 18, 07:15 AM #547
May 16, 18, 07:28 AM #548@B-Ball-fan ...I know you're a fellow fan of Bear's Den. One of the guys who joins the band for touring occasionally put out a solo album recently. It's REALLY solid. You should definitely give it a once (or twice) over.
A Dutch cat by the name of Christof can der Ven.
May 16, 18, 04:13 PM #549
Not exactly of course, but right off the bat the tonality of his voice sorta reminded me of Jackson Browne, and then when it went a bit further there were definite euro vibes in his accent with also a smidgen of that Chris Martin head voice transiting to a bit of a falsetto, but more in a baritone kind of way.
I once attended a solo show of Rob Dickinson of Catherine Wheel at the 20th Century, who I like but he was sorta begrudgingly claiming from the stage to have begun that type of Coldplay vocal trend, to which I couldn't but help to think that he might've been forgetting about Peter Gabriel with that comment. I still shook his hand after show, and kept my opinions to myself.