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  1. got myself a switch + smash today. spending my first few hours playing around with joycon options to see what i like best. what do people tend to use?
  2. i'd rather have a live set, but it's still one of the best announcements so far.
  3. theoretically, there are unlimited watmms
  4. New to me, fucker - sorry I don't spend every waking hour online like some fuckboi millenial and gobble up every meme and social media detritus like some whore on a coke binge pwned
  5. naw, but i didn't buy it from bleep or pre-order or whatever the dealio was with them, i bought it from a store after release
  6. that's the first i've heard about a film strip and i have the purp vinyls.
  7. cool art, cool tunes, prob AOTY
  8. this is prob the first time watmm has collectively agreed on something.which means we're probably wrong and he's great
  9. i've gotta give it more listens to see how it ranks amongst his other work, but on my first listen it is seems like it'll be up there with the best. it's more immediately likable and cohesive than a mineral love, for sure. the violins, mandolins, etc fit in so well with his sound, and i like that that he's returned to his lo-fi sound without overdoing it.
  10. there are some cool parts and sections, mainly in the first two tracks that you posted
  11. i think the speech sample in the first track stands out a bit because the reverb used on it is so different to the reverb on the other elements, could do with tweeking to fit better. track is good though.
  12. na i'm with you, not usually an adjective that would make something appeal to me either, thus the 'surprisingly.' but it's a word i'd use to describe them after seeing them live, where the crowds sing along to the riffs, which is obviously pretty unusual and fun and uh 'anthemic' for instrumental music. if you like something more on the ambient side of post-rock then yeah, they aren't going to be your thing.
  13. Math Rock is probably the best it's ever been. Post-Rock is stronger than it's been for a long time, too. i go to a festival every year called ArcTanGent which hosts tons of math rock and post-rock/post-metal bands. check out any of their lineup posters from the past few years and you're bound to find a ton of great new stuff to listen to. And So I Watch You From Afar are probably the best current band under the 'post-rock' banner, and they'll appeal to math rock dudes too. surprisingly anthemic and have a wide range of appeal all round, from my experience.
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    you've nailed this one imo. the sounds, track length and variation all fit well. nice melodies and synths.
  15. i like the beat in the first half, though my fav section is the ambience at the end
  16. looks like a June release, they're playing an album launch show with Christ. on the 8th
  17. do Daughters play their old tracks (Hell/Canada era) or just their newer stuff?
  18. i like the HH work and the steel drumish sounds. the section without the bass synth is quite long considering the short track length, might sound nice with more of a build.
  19. they're headlining a festival i'm going to this year, so hopefully that means we're getting a new album shortly
  20. as much as i dislike James Blake he did a good job on the album. it would be interesting to see how it would have turned out without his input, though. still one of the best records (the best? . . . probably) of 2018
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