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Rollersnake
May 9, 2005

Please, please don't let me end up in a threesome with the lunch lady and a gay pirate. That would hit a little too close to home.

Good, I'm glad they seem to have worked things out amicably between themselves.

Rollersnake fucked around with this message at Sep 3, 2017 around 22:37

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BigFactory
Sep 17, 2002



That's nice.

il_cornuto
Oct 10, 2004



What the hell why does this exist

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y21_bGNsKVo

It's kind of amazing.

XBenedict
May 23, 2006



il_cornuto posted:

What the hell why does this exist

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y21_bGNsKVo

It's kind of amazing.

Sounds like theme for a Bond film set in Japan.

tote up a bags
Jun 8, 2006

die stoats die


I haven't spun it yet but the new Threshold album is on Spotify - anyone heard it yet?

Cymbal Monkey
Apr 16, 2009

Lift Your Little Paws Like Antennas to Heaven!


I've been getting into Corima in a big way late. I think they're the only "current" zeuhl band going (tell me I'm wrong), last album came out last year. Magma influence goes without saying but I think they're more actively inspired by Koenjihyakki.

X_Toad
Apr 2, 2011


I guess Magma doesn't count as current? They did a short album last year I believe, and there was also a compilation of lives not too long ago.

Cymbal Monkey
Apr 16, 2009

Lift Your Little Paws Like Antennas to Heaven!


X_Toad posted:

I guess Magma doesn't count as current? They did a short album last year I believe, and there was also a compilation of lives not too long ago.

Magma are kinda current but they're classic, I'm more meaning newer bands.

A human heart
Oct 10, 2012



Cymbal Monkey posted:

I've been getting into Corima in a big way late. I think they're the only "current" zeuhl band going (tell me I'm wrong), last album came out last year. Magma influence goes without saying but I think they're more actively inspired by Koenjihyakki.

there's a few other current bands on Soleil Zeuhl, although i've not really listened to them.

Sir Lemming
Jan 27, 2009

It's a piece of JUNK!

I know Flying Colors is kinda "borderline prog" but this is still too cool not to share. Today they released a "demastered" version of their first album, removing the compression that was on the original release (and bringing it closer to the mastering style of their second album). It was hardly "brickwalled" in the first place, but there's still a significant difference, and I'm glad they're throwing a bone to their audiophile fans. I wish more bands would do it. Preferably when the album first comes out, but you can't have everything I guess.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zwkg2waXKFA

(Ironically, the song used in the trailer is the least different-sounding one.)

http://calliopia.org/catalog/true-colors-download/

RC and Moon Pie
May 5, 2011


Didn't get anything in the vinyl thread, but does anyone know of any record shops in Tampa/St. Petersburg or even Gainesville or Tallahassee that might have a decent prog selection? I'm going that way in a couple of weeks to see Anderson/Rabin/Wakeman.

My semi-local source of cheap prog dried up and I though I can order it, I just want to dig through some bins and find some original King Crimson releases (and the ilk). There was a surprisingly decent source spot at an indoor flea market in Jacksonville (found a promo of Discipline), but Jacksonville isn't an option this time.

Gaspy Conana
Aug 1, 2004

this clown loves you

RC and Moon Pie posted:

Didn't get anything in the vinyl thread, but does anyone know of any record shops in Tampa/St. Petersburg or even Gainesville or Tallahassee that might have a decent prog selection? I'm going that way in a couple of weeks to see Anderson/Rabin/Wakeman.

My semi-local source of cheap prog dried up and I though I can order it, I just want to dig through some bins and find some original King Crimson releases (and the ilk). There was a surprisingly decent source spot at an indoor flea market in Jacksonville (found a promo of Discipline), but Jacksonville isn't an option this time.

Have you tried Sound Exchange in Brandon? I haven't been there in a year, but they had some good stuff last I checked.

Henchman of Santa
Aug 21, 2010


The new Primus album is super progged out

hexwren
Feb 27, 2008



I haven't been much for bands who play too many notes lately, but I had a local radio station on while driving in to work today and their stoner/doom/psych show closed with ... lemme make sure I've got this name right ...

Axall Hasck's "Koenjihyakkei," which, still, had too many notes, but drat, they were playing their asses off. I'll have to go back to that, check out the record when I start getting the urge for that sound again.

A human heart
Oct 10, 2012



hexwren posted:

I haven't been much for bands who play too many notes lately, but I had a local radio station on while driving in to work today and their stoner/doom/psych show closed with ... lemme make sure I've got this name right ...

Axall Hasck's "Koenjihyakkei," which, still, had too many notes, but drat, they were playing their asses off. I'll have to go back to that, check out the record when I start getting the urge for that sound again.

Koenjihyakkei is the band, Axall Hasck is the song title.

hexwren
Feb 27, 2008



whoops. well that's what I get from trying to get my phone to identify the song on the road

Cymbal Monkey
Apr 16, 2009

Lift Your Little Paws Like Antennas to Heaven!


Koenjihyakkei are the best band in the universe and I'm willing to fight about it.

Neurosis
Jun 10, 2003

All right, all right, spare me your life's story.


man, i've been listening to the new leprous the last couple of days. this is really sick. the problem i've had with leprous is that they're a bit unremittingly gloomy. while this album is mostly the same in that sense, there are some upbeat and higher tempo riffs and such which, while not changing the overall tone of the album, make it a much easier listen. easily their best work so far (and their other albums have not been bad).

Seventh Arrow
Jan 26, 2005



Leprous is really sick, you say?

Vulture Culture
Jul 14, 2003

I was never enjoying it. I only eat it for the nutrients.


Crossposting from the metal thread, but the new Dreadnought album is streaming over at No Clean Singing for those of you who like a bit more metal in your prog. I usually compare their work to In the Woods...'s Omnio album.

http://www.nocleansinging.com/2017/...n-sacred-waves/

Neurosis
Jun 10, 2003

All right, all right, spare me your life's story.


Seventh Arrow posted:

Leprous is really sick, you say?

dad please stop embarrassing me in front of my friends

tote up a bags
Jun 8, 2006

die stoats die


The new Leprous album would still be incredible if it was exclusively just the drum tracks. Like I am no drumhead and even I can tell it's incredible.
It's just a really really beautiful album and I congratulate them on executing their shift in tone/approach so well.

il_cornuto
Oct 10, 2004



It's very, very good and given that I thought The Congregation was a lot worse than their previous albums I'm really happy that Malina turned out so well.

Vulture Culture
Jul 14, 2003

I was never enjoying it. I only eat it for the nutrients.


tote up a bags posted:

The new Leprous album would still be incredible if it was exclusively just the drum tracks. Like I am no drumhead and even I can tell it's incredible.
It's just a really really beautiful album and I congratulate them on executing their shift in tone/approach so well.
Baard Kolstad is the drummer for pretty much every band in Norway and he is in fact the loving man

RC and Moon Pie
May 5, 2011


Saw Anderson, Rabin and Wakeman tonight, on one of their last stops on the tour. It was a choice between seeing them or King Crimson in two weeks. Figured I wouldn't have that many chances to see Wakeman, so this it was.

And You and I was amazing. Awaken was great, but And You and I was stunning. I really haven't seen that many live shows, but it was easily the best live song I've experienced in person.

Rust Martialis
May 8, 2007

~Sarcastic Bastard~

BR has to miss the upcoming leg of KC's tour. He is being subbed by Chris Gibson on keyboards. Chris is a long time Crafty.

Asnorban
Jun 13, 2003

Professor Gavelsmoke



Rust Martialis posted:

BR has to miss the upcoming leg of KC's tour. He is being subbed by Chris Gibson on keyboards. Chris is a long time Crafty.

Kinda disappointed. I liked BR.

This is my first time seeing King Crimson, been wanting to for half my life. Prettttty excited.

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Noise Machine
Dec 3, 2005

Today is a good day to save.

Fun Shoe

I also saw ARW a week ago. And You And I was great, but I wasn't a fan of the rearrangement of Awaken. Wakeman's Moogs might have been the best sounding Moogs I've ever heard live though.

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