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  1. Track list is in the promo video. I cataloged it on RYM: https://rateyourmusic.com/release/comp/plaid/stem-sell/
  2. Doh! I completely forgot about those other projects. The Shape of Broad Minds album was quite good. Apparently I haven't heard Dr Who Dat?'s Beat Journey, only Beyond 2morrow but can't recall what I thought of it. Didn't rate it on RYM, so probably didn't listen to it more than a couple times.
  3. I revisited this last week. I liked Jneiro Jarel (and Doom of course) before this came out but it's still just a decent album. Haven't heard JJ's latest from last year. Come to think of it, I'm only familiar with his debut album Three Piece Puzzle (quite good) and his Android Love Mayhem EP from 5 years later (think I only listened to that once).
  4. Darkside are back. Nicolás Jaar and Dave Harrington have shared “Liberty Bell,” their first new song in years. The duo has also announced it will release a new album, titled Spiral, in spring 2021 via Matador. Listen to “Liberty Bell” below. Nicolás Jaar and Dave Harrington released their debut DARKSIDE EP in 2011, before sharing their first full-length Psychic in 2013. The following year, they announced that the project was “coming to an end, for now,” and later played their last show at the Masonic Temple in Brooklyn in September 2014. According to a press release, Jaar and Harring
  5. I was very sad to hear this on New Year's Eve. Spent a good chunk of the days since revisiting the solo and collab classics, as well as first listens to DOOM's Born Like This, which I had ignored up to now for some reason, and KMD's debut Mr. Hood.
  6. I recently revisited DAMN and it's got a few killer tracks but doesn't feel super consistent to me. I think I liked To Pimp a Butterfly a tad more, although to be fair I never spent that much time with either one. Long overdue for a Good Kid revisit.
  7. Kewl. I haven't kept up with his latest ones as they're quite frequent (especially EPs), but I'm interested.
  8. Hard to recall exactly, but Faith No More's Epic was the first thing I thought off when I saw the thread. I was 14.5, freshman in high school. A lot of my favorite 89/90 albums I didn't discover until later so I can't claim to have been listening to them at the time. A few I was definitely listening to, after a quick look through my RYM database.
  9. Cool! Looks like one (871) is archival from 95-97 and the other (Parallel) is new stuff?
  10. Could speculate all day on what I want and what might get released, but I tend to focus on what's announced. Only a couple electronic ones so far. Viagra Boys - Welfare Jazz Shame - Drunk Tank Pink Goat Girl - On All Fours MG (Martin Gore) - The Third Chimpanzee EP Rats on Rafts - Excerpts From Chapter 3: The Mind Runs a Net of Rabbit Paths Madlib - Sound Ancestors cEvin Key - X̱wáýx̱way Black Country, New Road - For the First Time Mouse on Mars - AAI Nightshift - Zöe
  11. This is exactly what I'm expecting so I haven't bothered to listen. I'm not a big Burial fan anyway, and Thom Yorke is well past his peak, and I still enjoy some Four Tet but his latest album was boring. So I probably don't need to hear this.
  12. Never heard of him (to my recollection) but a friend sent me a Spotify link this morning to check it out, specifically to the track "7 Known Truths". Took 3 minutes to get off the ground but I was into it. Looked it up online and seeing it called "atmospheric drum n bass" I wasn't too excited as it's been ages since I cared about drum n bass and even back in the day it was my favorite, though I liked some for sure. Anyway he happened to catch me between albums so I said what the hell and just started it from the top. Gotta say I enjoyed it and agreed with the point above about it not really be
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