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Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by CloniesForLife, Aug 25, 2017.
Maggie Rogers is awesome
I've seen them in Chicago before at UIC. They were really good. Granted, this was after their self titled album. I was not a fan of 22 A Million at all. This newest album though, I really like.
Also, I saw keyboardist, backup vocalist, multi-instrumentalist S Carey in a freaking living room show in Valley Junction. I literally sat on the couch with him and had no idea who he was.
I grew up in the same area that Justin Vernon is from, and we went to college at UW-Eau Claire at the same time. I saw him (along with Phil and Brad Cook) play many times during that time period. I didn't realize they were the same person when the Bon Iver moniker was used years later. All these folks are very down to earth.
Shueyville, IA native Hailey Whitters.
Fun, serious, humorous and I can't look away.
I was moved to pull up Merle Haggard's "My Favorite Memory." Don't know why - it was just out of the blue and I had to hear it. What a beautiful song. Didn't know where else to post, so here it is.
Shane Smith and The Saints
Sturgill Simpson’s new album Sound and Fury
Damn, what a brutal and beautiful song.
Khruangbi- a trio from Houston does mostly instrumental, but crazy different (world mix influence includes Thai Funk, whatever that is!) from anything I have heard. Think soundtrack for a sequel to Pulp Fiction but hipper, hotter, cooler and catchier.
What are everyone's thoughts on Jason Isbell's new song? I love it, but it seems some are being critical of it.
Donald Glover is streaming a new album, NOT as Childish Gambino:
I'm listening to the album that dropped a few days ago on Spotify.
I missed the website deal so I'm not sure if it's the same.