Kayo Dot Stream New Album

2012-01-03 by Elijah K. STAFF | 25 Comments
Avant-garde act, Kayo Dot, have posted their new album, Gamma Knife, for streaming and for download on their bandcamp. The album was partially recorded during an October show, with an original release date of December.

[a]http://kayodot.bandcamp.com/[a/]

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toolpeth182
January 4th 2012
191 Comments


hmm wonder what this'll sound like..

toolpeth182
January 4th 2012
191 Comments


I think I like it... But it sounds way too lo-fi ?

Comatorium.
January 4th 2012
4682 Comments


only one of theirs I've listened to other than choirs. i like it.

DarkNoctus
January 4th 2012
9490 Comments


it's a live recording.

Digging: Earthside - A Dream In Static

acorncheese
January 4th 2012
7135 Comments


actually sounds decent

TheKleszcz
January 4th 2012
57 Comments


So boring.

DarkNoctus
January 4th 2012
9490 Comments


FLAC or die.


then buy it like i did! the flac on bandcamp is 24bit, worth it :]

FadedSun
January 4th 2012
1458 Comments


Do you need a special player to listen to FLAC?

reaganomics777
January 4th 2012
401 Comments


lol flac

Wolfhorde
January 4th 2012
14833 Comments


"Do you need a special player to listen to FLAC?"
Are you kidding?

TheLodge
January 4th 2012
42 Comments


Skipped through track three.

Already almost sure it's better than Blue and Cyote.

Ending
January 4th 2012
2160 Comments


This is so good.

FadedSun
January 4th 2012
1458 Comments


"Are you kidding?"

Uh, no. I've never used it before. Why else would I ask about it?

DarkNoctus
January 4th 2012
9490 Comments


no you don't. just use winamp/foobar. [:

paxman
January 5th 2012
4084 Comments


Pretty good.

North0House2
January 5th 2012
5933 Comments


Better be freaking better than Coyote.

North0House2
January 5th 2012
5933 Comments


I never really got into that album for some reason. I have no idea why.

I'll give this a listen.

North0House2
January 5th 2012
5933 Comments


Huh, maybe I should give it another shot. I only listened to it a few times and then just kind of moved on.

So far, this seems promising.

Urinetrouble
January 5th 2012
5771 Comments


i love vanilla ice i fux wit his music hardest nigga in da game

Urinetrouble
January 5th 2012
5771 Comments


since i was born

gabethepiratesquid
January 5th 2012
4522 Comments


FLAC is dumb unless it's for dumb archival reasons.

also real ass hoodniggas 4 lyfe #SODMG #swag #real talk #bitchniggasdie

DarkNoctus
January 5th 2012
9490 Comments


i'm one of those fags that can hear the difference between mp3 and flac about 95% of the time. so eh. i know it's not for everyone, but i dl flac. :]

joplinpicasso
January 5th 2012
427 Comments


Pretty cool.

gabethepiratesquid
January 5th 2012
4522 Comments


I don't think you have superhuman hearing, DarkNoctus. Unless you have studio-quality sound equipment.

StrizzMatik
January 8th 2012
3436 Comments


Anything above $20 headphones and the difference is pretty huge between a standard 128kbps mp3 and a FLAC



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