|My 3rd list of last discovered albums|
Ladies and gentlemen, my 3rd list of last discovered albums. As with the last 2 list of discovered albums, the voting will be from 1.0 to 10.0.
Let's see how it looks:
9.3. Yes it's the best album Deftones ever made with the best-structured songs.
To Be Fed Upon
9.0. With almost all normal songs (not the 3 instrumental ones which are shorter) being over 6 minutes long it's a great accomplishment that 7 of 8 songs only have 2 choruses! All songs have nice twists to change things.
|3||Sunny Day Real Estate|
How It Feels To Be Something On
9.0. Very arty album, often great structured songs and I love when the vocals get really emotional.
Sometimes makes me sad in a positive way.
8.8. A very nice discovery for me, very coincidental and fortunate. Right now I can't discover enough idm & glitch artists and albums. Very atmospheric and from the 5th song on till Bits & Bytes it gets colder and colder.
8.8. Finally another post-punk discovery. From my favourite post-punk year 1981. Very arty and experimental.
|6||The Jimi Hendrix Experience|
Axis: Bold as Love
8.7. My first of them. Had to check one out after I watched a very fascinating documentary about Jimi on TV.
8.5. It's now one of 7 great albums I have of them. Underrated album, needs some listens to unfold.
Epilogue in Waves
8.2. Very nice post-rock. Sometimes icy-foggy, sometimes ethereal and angelic, a very nice hidden gem.
8.2. My 3rd album of him, another very fine idm & glitch album with amazing atmospheres. October-like and futuristic.
8.1. Another nice dark electro & aggrotech album. Had another phase of that genre weeks ago. Sometimes great albums of this genre aren't easy to find but if you manage it it's very rewarding.
8.0. My 3rd of them. As always very nicely structured with almost always avoiding normal 3 chorus routines.
7.9. Along with Moon_Phase by Displacer at the same time I discovered this album. Both are similar, and have a micro-world kind of atmosphere, unlike other idm & glitch artists.
7.9. Finally dug this album out. Unfolded nicely.
7.8. Another great psychedelic album, I like the adventures it takes me to.
7.7. Nice sounds sometimes.
7.7. I read this artist became black metal very soon after the 1st album. I'm thankful I found this album and that it is harsh electro. I only like few bm artists like Xasthur, Agalloch, Sigh for example.
7.3. Very nice sound-wise. Alas the lyrics can be obnoxious sometimes and the swearing can get me tired very fast. Otherwise it's another nice harsh electro album.
|18||King Gizzard and The Lizard Wizard|
Flying Microtonal Banana
7.2. Rattlesnake is too repetitive, most others are very good, I like the sound but the song structured are much less clever than on Polygondwanaland.
7.1. Need to listen to this more.
6.9. Most songs are listenable with the typical aggrotech atmosphere and sounds, but often the songs aren't really well-structured and thought out like the other aggrotech albums in this list.
6.9. Alas it's too repetitive. So far I liked / loved all raster-noton albums I discovered but here it's a mixed big. Alva Noto's albums can be repetitive but his songs always still have some nice twists and sounds to keep it fresh.
6.4. Alas it often leads nowhere special. I love some krautrock bands like The Cosmic Jokers, Amon Duul II and Agitation Free and those 3 did it right and very always interesting.