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El Gallinero Gros
Mar 17, 2010


Boywhiz88 posted:

https://youtu.be/kMy1wPXvU9c

Iíve always enjoyed the loosies and covers that FIDLAR puts out, but Iím beside myself because this is one of my favorite Nirvana songs.

That's an uhh interesting choice for subliminal images

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deadwing
Mar 5, 2007

My obligation to collecting is my only thirst

The new Jeff Rosenstock is so good, the bookends are really cool and experimental and everything else rips

Good to have an AotY candidate this early in the year

GoldfishStew
Feb 25, 2017


Six minutes of holding down two synth notes is experimental?

stay depressed
Sep 30, 2003


ooo get em

deadwing
Mar 5, 2007

My obligation to collecting is my only thirst

Don't hate on long synth outros

GoldfishStew
Feb 25, 2017


The last song is 1/4 of the album and half of it is SNES start menu music.

Rest of the album is really good.

More interesting to me than the second half of that song: was anyone else aware jeff had left side one? Any details or story on that?

BENGHAZI 2
Oct 12, 2007

Ain't nuthing ta fuck wit

GoldfishStew posted:

The last song is 1/4 of the album and half of it is SNES start menu music.

Rest of the album is really good.

More interesting to me than the second half of that song: was anyone else aware jeff had left side one? Any details or story on that?

Has he left or is this just something he isn't doing through them because I could see both of those things being true

GoldfishStew
Feb 25, 2017


I mean itís being put out by polyvinyl do artists usually sign to two labels at once? Not asking as a Dick just curious

BENGHAZI 2
Oct 12, 2007

Ain't nuthing ta fuck wit

Well they're handling the vinyl specifically and the rest is being handled by *mumble* so I wouldn't be surprised if the rest of it was total diy stuff

BENGHAZI 2
Oct 12, 2007

Ain't nuthing ta fuck wit

Also it might be like a Fat Wreck deal where it's just an album at s time or whatever

GoldfishStew
Feb 25, 2017


New Yearís Day polyvinyl had a banner for the album on their website and S1D didnít even tweet about it

bowmore
Oct 6, 2008



THE! SUN! IS! OUT!


Lipstick Apathy

i messaged SD1 about orders a few times on facebook and they were rude so I wouldn't be surprised if it was run by lovely people

Henchman of Santa
Aug 21, 2010


GoldfishStew posted:

New Yearís Day polyvinyl had a banner for the album on their website and S1D didnít even tweet about it

https://twitter.com/sideonedummy/st...866292513415168

GoldfishStew
Feb 25, 2017


Yep that sure is a tweet promoting the new album thanks for owning me gonna go gently caress a doll.

Inspector_666
Oct 7, 2003

benny with the good hair


I feel like the signed to/distributed by relationships for smaller DIY bands are always a bizarre web. I mean, Jeff still released the album on quote unquote's website too.

GoldfishStew
Feb 25, 2017


Thatís because heís literally the embodiment of punk rock.

El Gallinero Gros
Mar 17, 2010


Inspector_666 posted:

I feel like the signed to/distributed by relationships for smaller DIY bands are always a bizarre web. I mean, Jeff still released the album on quote unquote's website too.

He did that with his S1D albums, too. I suspect this is what happened: S1D saw the kind of business Worry. did in terms of acclaim and sales and said after his deal ran out (I think he might have had a 2 album deal with S1D) that if he could find a company with better national distribution, do so. Sometimes indies are run by folks with a sense of realism.

I'm putting forth this idea with the assumption that Polyvinyl has a relationship with a larger label, like a lot of indies do (which sorta means they aren't really indies).


bowmore posted:

i messaged SD1 about orders a few times on facebook and they were rude so I wouldn't be surprised if it was run by lovely people

I found quite the opposite but it might have been a case of turnover changing who was in charge of such things

Henchman of Santa
Aug 21, 2010


S1D just laid off some of their publicists so clearly they're going through some kind of change

JawKnee
Mar 24, 2007

It's the arrogance of the subtext: The province of human affairs is a field best left to dilettantes' extraordinary gift for the feigning of paralysis. For saying nothing at all. For daydreams of black-tie affairs at Rideau Hall. An acceptance speech. Sustained applause.

GoldfishStew posted:

Yep that sure is a tweet promoting the new album thanks for owning me gonna go gently caress a doll.

lol

Good Will Hrunting
Oct 8, 2012

It's dangerous to just play zone! Take this.


wheres the best place to get a good list of all 2017 punk/hardcore/emo that were cool and good

EL BROMANCE
Jun 10, 2006


https://www.allmusic.com/year-in-re...7/favorite-punk

Here's one to start. That AFI record seemed to turn up on a bunch of lists, so I might have to give it a whirl. Not really cared that much since (the amazing) The Art of Drowning, but maybe I'll super dig it. I think I read more comparisons to Decemberunderground though which was only OK.

camoseven
Dec 30, 2005


TOP LEAGUE BY 2022


This list is not strictly punk/hardcore/emo, but I found a bunch of albums I enjoyed via it: http://www.getalternative.com/alter...eleases-2017-3/

BENGHAZI 2
Oct 12, 2007

Ain't nuthing ta fuck wit

Good Will Hrunting posted:

wheres the best place to get a good list of all 2017 punk/hardcore/emo that were cool and good

It's called Post- by Jeff Rosenstock you're welcome

Schremp Howard
Jul 18, 2010

What attitude problem?

That AFI album sounds like they just discovered The Cure but it's much better than I expected. I hadn't listened to them since Decemberunderground.

JawKnee
Mar 24, 2007

It's the arrogance of the subtext: The province of human affairs is a field best left to dilettantes' extraordinary gift for the feigning of paralysis. For saying nothing at all. For daydreams of black-tie affairs at Rideau Hall. An acceptance speech. Sustained applause.

EL BROMANCE posted:

https://www.allmusic.com/year-in-re...7/favorite-punk

Here's one to start. That AFI record seemed to turn up on a bunch of lists, so I might have to give it a whirl. Not really cared that much since (the amazing) The Art of Drowning, but maybe I'll super dig it. I think I read more comparisons to Decemberunderground though which was only OK.

that Iron Chic album is loving awesome, thank you

Inspector_666
Oct 7, 2003

benny with the good hair


BENGHAZI 2 posted:

It's called Post- by Jeff Rosenstock you're welcome

Um that came out in 2018 you dunce.

BENGHAZI 2
Oct 12, 2007

Ain't nuthing ta fuck wit

Inspector_666 posted:

Um that came out in 2018 you dunce.

New Year's Day is close enough, we're counting it

vaginadeathgrip
Jun 18, 2003

all them bitches can't handle my sassy ass mouth

So who is going to Jawbreaker (me me mememe)

The Dirtyness
Sep 13, 2007


EL BROMANCE posted:

https://www.allmusic.com/year-in-re...7/favorite-punk

Here's one to start. That AFI record seemed to turn up on a bunch of lists, so I might have to give it a whirl. Not really cared that much since (the amazing) The Art of Drowning, but maybe I'll super dig it. I think I read more comparisons to Decemberunderground though which was only OK.

Thanks for this. Been out of the loop lately, have a lot of music to listen to.

COOL CORN
Jun 1, 2003




Buglord

Worry. was amazing but I havenít been able to get into Post- as much, anyway thatís my opinion thanks

El Gallinero Gros
Mar 17, 2010


COOL CORN posted:

Worry. was amazing but I havenít been able to get into Post- as much, anyway thatís my opinion thanks

Give it more listens, I needed a few to get into Worry

symbolic
Nov 2, 2014

Under a serpent sun
We shall all live as one


Yams Fan

El Gallinero Gros posted:

Give it more listens, I needed a few to get into Worry

I started listening to Worry and...I think I like it? I think I have to be in the right mood for it, but so far I'm impressed.

El Gallinero Gros
Mar 17, 2010


symbolic posted:

I started listening to Worry and...I think I like it? I think I have to be in the right mood for it, but so far I'm impressed.

I earnestly feel he's grown as a songwriter with every record, probably because he's been allowed to develop at his own pace

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Boywhiz88
Sep 11, 2005

floating 26" off da ground. BURR!

If I like Peach Kelli Pop and want more of that sound, what other bands should I check out?

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