AlexTM510
Alexander
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Last Active 12-30-14 5:51 pm
Joined 05-06-07

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Punch Brothers The Phosphorescent Blues
4.0
03.29.15
Portico Living Fields
Quartet turned trio Portico abandon the jazz murals of their S/T, leaving their minimalist electronics as the
skeleton while adding a variety of vocalists (Jamie Woon, Jono Mcleery, and Joe Newman (of alt-J fame) to bring
out a more dream pop/modern soul touch to their sound. The music here is largely reminiscent of James Blake,
How To Dress Well, and even Jamie Woon's works. Thankfully, Portico's abstract mannerisms give them a
distinct personality next to their newly acquainted contemporaries. Living Fields is another solid lean
ambient electronic album, with a definitive artistic and trend s
4.0
03.29.15
Bill Seaman f (noir)
4.0
03.21.15
Sufjan Stevens Carrie and Lowell
4.5
03.19.15
Death Grips The Powers That B - Part II: Jenny Death
DG almost sounded like a parodied version of themselves on niggas on the moon, saved thanks to the
creative use of bjork vocals allover the project. Jenny Death meanwhile takes a surprisingly melodic flavor.
Many of these textures guitars are slightly reminiscent of Exmilitary, but expanded as an intergral part to the
band sound, resulting in trashy-art rap rock. I still find myself questioning how serious this really is (i mean how
much darker could these guys get). And now they might not even be done. Whatever, it sure is another
thrilling chapter in the Death Grips
4.0
03.19.15
Kendrick Lamar To Pimp a Butterfly
4.0
03.18.15
Doomtree All Hands
GET UP
LIKE I
NEVER
F*CKING
GOT UP
BEFORE

The production on All Hands provides a potency and fire that finally matches the intensity of arguably the most underrated rap collective in the states.
4.0
03.14.15

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Alex’s iPod 4/29/2013 7:51 AM
Most Played:

1) Thrice 3096 plays
2) Periphery 1893 plays
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4) mewithoutYou 1326 plays
5) Goldmund 1246 plays
6) Stars of the Lid 1219 plays
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9) Hammock 1050 plays
10) Lydia 1039 plays
shoutbox » all posts 
  • AtomicWaste Cool - I'll give it a check. I've been ramping up my listening (especially on the weekends), so I'll work in a listen.
    November 9 02:30 AM
  • esther Hey man I noticed you like some of the same bands I do. I wrote and recorded an EP and I was wondering if you could review, rate, or even just listen to it. Here's a link: facebook.com/esther801music
    June 28 07:30 PM
  • DaveyBoy Great to hear Alex. If you have not checked it out as yet, I also wrote about a show I saw them at last month on the Staff Blog. So check that out to see some of what you are in store for.
    March 31 01:40 AM
  • Slum haha yeah I love it
    February 12 03:15 PM
  • kingsoby1 there are not too many groups like that tbh. el-p is awesome, cannibal ox, and deltron maybe. it's really hard to pull of artsy hip-hop like this. oh yeah, sole
    February 1 10:23 PM

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