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Goiter Sanchez

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  1. All it's missing Cardi B rapping about wet-ass pussies >_>
  2. Great interview: https://www.mojo4music.com/articles/stories/lows-mimi-parker-remembered/?fbclid=IwAR0zGZ4dd_LSX7Y3tljor2IFTWiMy1ZUSGaS8XTXKlXhEDtorsG-GS9iZ7s
  3. Listening to Low and thinking about Mimi Parker, how integral she is to the band's sound, the peerless work they'd already created together, the incredible aesthetic tract they were still riding up until the end, continually reinventing what'd come before. Mimi's voice piercing through the gloom and distortion of their music like a floodlight in the fog. Just heartbroken for Alan and felt this deserved a topic to celebrate the band at the very least.
  4. Y'all are gonna looooooove this one if you enjoyed the previous one ๐Ÿ˜‰
  5. Yeah, the reactions have ultimately degraded the back-n-forth that the forum once had. I am guilty of clicking them as anyone.
  6. Other than the accordion part I really like 'There Were Bells' posted above; Dead Can Dance vibes. Enjoying the traditional/folk vibes with the impressionistic doomy lyrics, and I feel like his vocal tone has actually improved with age; he sounds great! What don't you like about it?
  7. Bicstan is an IMMENSE dance floor mindblower, by far the best track I've heard from him! Can't wait to give the rest a listen soon!
  8. It doesn't seem clear whether these alt versions were from the original sessions or made more recently. Curious regardless.
  9. Have had tennis elbow on my left forearm for the past two months from holding my arm in a tensed position and barely moving it during an 8 hour drive. Good to alternate arms and stretch more. Now I know.
  10. Finally upgraded, very nice not to see the ads now!
  11. Fantastic followup to the self-titled debut! Especially enjoying 'Arest B'
  12. Oh no. She had an undeniably unique approach. Still my fav ๐Ÿ˜•
  13. In the context of the album series this comes from (Everywhere At The End of Time) it's genuinely crushing: My fav 'love song' is probably Ewan McColl's 'The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face', I can barely listen to any version of it without thinking of my partner and the inherent fragility of human life yadda yadda and just breaking down. I had to pull the car over and just sit for 10 minutes when this one first played on a college radio station I was tuned into: The strings and guitar tone on this one and the way they interact really get to me, I adore it but really can't listen to it much, just draws out really troubling existential issues that I'll have to face:
  14. Yeah figs come from really hot places and generally yield their best crops where there is a long hot growing season. Mature trees have better tolerance for extreme heat (100 f +) and freezes (15 f) than young ones which will require more protection until they put on some size. Anything below 15 f will necessitate protection even for mature fig trees.
  15. This whole damn thing, best BoC-adjacent artist I've heard; Deep understanding of all the subtleties and nuances of the aesthetic whilst putting his own spin on it:
  16. This one is a lot of fun, thanks for the recommendation!
  17. Been waiting for this box set for so many years now! Iโ€™d given up hope weโ€™d see these tracks released digitally.
  18. Finally giving this a listen, gahdamn they're amazing.
  19. Soooooo does this mean we can *finally* get MASK 100 & 200 (the only releases in the 5-part series that Musik Aus Strom was involved with) released digitally?!?!?!?
  20. At first it wasn't really gelling with the introduced perc for me, but around the 4 minute mark they're adding more lushness to the melodic component and it ends up being a beautiful rework. The laid back perc on the second half and the rhythm guitar pluck that straddles the cheese line but manages to just work out ๐Ÿ™‚ There is another brief BoC live track recording mixed in there as well that blends nicely (most audible near the end)!
  21. Very moist sounding! Beautiful bloomy synths layering for the chords stating at 0:49, true to the original almost to a fault in its punishing brevity. Not a huge fan of the bass synth sound, but the original is so iconic in that regard so I can empathise!
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