Kayo Dot Announces 7th LP

2014-07-10 by CursedBell | 30 Comments
Exalted avant-rock band Kayo Dot have begun work on their seventh LP Coffins On Io.

Frontman Toby Driver has described the album as more accessible than past works, juxtaposing 80s themes with the dark menacing atmosphere KD are known for. Furthermore, Driver has
likened the music to the film Blade Runner.

Coffins On Io is set to be released October 16 on Flenser Records.

Tracklist:

1. The Mortality of Doves
2. Offramp Cycle, Pattern 22
3. Longtime Disturbance on the Miracle Mile
4. Library Subterranean
5. The Assassination of Adam
6. Spirit Photography

You can read Flenser Records' announcement here:
http://theflenser.com/kayo-dot-coffins-on-io/

Tagged: Kayo Dot

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IronGiant
July 10th 2014
1225 Comments


just what we wanted said the entire sputnik community

SnakeDelilah
July 10th 2014
11276 Comments


prob won't be as good as hubardo tho

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Wadlez
July 10th 2014
4824 Comments


Likened to one of the greatest soundtracks ever. So excited!

Veldin
July 10th 2014
2279 Comments


Stoked. Guys listen to Krakow!

Hawks
July 10th 2014
36759 Comments


I thought Gamma Knife sucked and Hubardo was amazing. Only albums I've heard from this band.

Will check this out.

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Wadlez
July 10th 2014
4824 Comments


Check Choirs when you get the chance.

AnimalsAsSummit
July 10th 2014
1187 Comments


omagoshfuksakebros

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Hawks
July 10th 2014
36759 Comments


Yeah I need Choirs.

scottpilgrim10
July 11th 2014
4613 Comments


That was quick

Scoot
July 11th 2014
18119 Comments


you haven't experienced living until you've heard manifold in its entirety

TheBarber
July 11th 2014
2744 Comments


Another Flenser win

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Lambda
July 11th 2014
2579 Comments


Yessss Hubardo was awesome

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tequileros97
July 11th 2014
47 Comments


That was early! I can't wait to hear it

Jruined
July 11th 2014
1301 Comments


Well this year almost trumps last year, so much fun to be had.



emester
July 11th 2014
5538 Comments


Driver boner activated

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cfbassist
July 11th 2014
337 Comments


thank fucking god

Cimnele
July 11th 2014
360 Comments


what does everyone think of "Dowsing Anemone with Copper Tongue"
strikes me as a major work of art
but every time I see . discussed it's always "get their first album and 5 it"

Wizard
July 11th 2014
19838 Comments


Driver says there’s also an element of sexuality in Coffins on Io.“Basically the vibe that we’re going for here is inspired by 80s retro-future noir— Blade Runner,” Driver explains.

HOLY FUCK!

AngryNeighbor
July 11th 2014
219 Comments


Holy shit.
AOTY next to To Be Kind probably.

mryrtmrnfoxxxy
July 11th 2014
14367 Comments


pretty consistent group, excited

Rhyme
July 11th 2014
1309 Comments


hyped af

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tacos N stuff
July 11th 2014
457 Comments


holy crap this is awesome news

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johnnydeking29
July 11th 2014
10180 Comments


@dudewhomentionedDowsing I think it's awesome! Kinda a refined version of the Choirs sound but still a slightly new direction...I wrote a huge review on it if you care to read :]

Anyhow, this will rule.

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Veldin
July 11th 2014
2279 Comments


I liked yr review. @Cimnele- I actually think Dowsing is better than Choirs considering the last three tracks of Choirs follow very similar formulas, with only slight characteristic differences. While on Dowsing each track feels drastically different from the last, giving a much broader sense of variety. But my opinion might be fucked, because I think Part the Second is Driver's best album.

BlackTaxi2d
July 11th 2014
108 Comments


wasnt a fan of hubardo, only really liked choirs of the eye and maudlin's part the second. hubardo just didnt have any "beautiful" parts like those two

those are two of my favorite albums of all time though

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Uqnivde
July 11th 2014
64 Comments


“There’s a weird underlying theme of murder, shame and death.”

that sounds great.

only six songs though... let's hope they are long

Wadlez
July 11th 2014
4824 Comments


Hubardo had plenty of "beautiful" parts. The Second Operation and the later half of the closer come to mind.

Onirium
July 11th 2014
2605 Comments


“Basically the vibe that we’re going for here is inspired by 80s retro-future noir— Blade Runner”

Holy crap I've never listened to this band before, but this cover looks amazing and anything that has the Blade Runner vibe is immediately fucking cool. Hope he means the book's vibe, better than the movie


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treeqt.
July 11th 2014
13856 Comments


FUCK this band

Notaflower
July 12th 2014
236 Comments


"Coffins on Io"

Dat reference to the moons of jupiter means this'l be golden.



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