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Its not been awful but pound for pound its easily been the worst decade for music since the 50's. 

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1 hour ago, Sugar Ape said:

To pimp a butterfly. 
 

 

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For me it’s gotta be DAMN. Perhaps not as cohesive but better individual songs.

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1 hour ago, viRdjil said:

For me it’s gotta be DAMN. Perhaps not as cohesive but better individual songs.

What????

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Tough, tough call. With all my CDs in storage I can't even look back at the shelf to see what I'm forgetting but off the top of my head these would be in contention:

 

The National - High Violet & Sleep Well Beast

Kendrick Lamar - To Pimp a Butterfly

Janelle Monae - The ArchAndroid & Dirty Computer

Sufjan Stevens - Carrie & Lowell

Father John Misty - I Love You, Honeybear

BADBADNOTGOOD - IV

DD Dumbo - Utopia Defeated

Bowie - Black Star

Deerhunter - Halcyon Digest

Josh T Pearson - Last of the Country Gentlemen

Kamasi Washington - The Epic

St Vincent - MASSEDUCTION

Arcade Fire - The Suburbs

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Great shouts on The ArchAndroid, Kamasi Washington and BBNG. I’d have the former right up there with TPAB. 

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Joy as an Act of Resistance- Idles

 

Sometimes I Just Sit and Think/ Tell Me How You Really Feel- Courtney Barnett

 

Light Up Gold/ Wide Awake!- Parquet Courts

 

Can't think of much else, I've tended just to like individual songs rather than entire albums. Michael Kiwanuka is growing on me at the minute though, started listening after all the recommendations in his thread.

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More shouts:

 

Kendrick Lamar - good kid, m.A.A.d. city

Kelela - Cut 4 Me

Tyler, The Creator - Flower Boy

Flying Lotus - Cosmogramma

Mac Miller - The Divine Femine

King Krule - The Ooz

Frank Ocean - Channel Orange

Kaytranada - 99.9%

Solange - When I Get Home

Beyoncé - Lemonade

Thundercat - The Golden Age of the Apocalypse 

Anderson .Paak - Malibu

The Avalanches - Wildflower

Fatima - And Yet It’s All Love

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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I saw Future Islands with about 10 people in a squatted bike shed some years ago when I'd never heard of the cunts. He was doing all of that despite space and audience size. 

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2 minutes ago, cloggypop said:

I saw Future Islands with about 10 people in a squatted bike shed some years ago when I'd never heard of the cunts. He was doing all of that despite space and audience size. 

They are the mad cunts that make it. Lunatics in-front of a man and his dog. 

 

Saying that, I argue with myself in the bath and I'm a nobody. 

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I didn't like them when I first saw them on Letterman. The tune was good but he was annoying the shit out of me. I guess he kind of grew on me because I've seen them play down here a couple of times  and they're great live.

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9 minutes ago, General Dryness said:

I didn't like them when I first saw them on Letterman. The tune was good but he was annoying the shit out of me. I guess he kind of grew on me because I've seen them play down here a couple of times  and they're great live.

John Butler trio fan? 

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1 hour ago, Bjornebye said:

John Butler trio fan? 

Not really. I haven't heard a lot of his stuff,  but what I have heard makes me place him in the hipster cunt region. Plus white people with dreads can mostly fuck off.

 

ETA why do you ask? I don't hear a lot of similarities between FI and John Butler. One is synth based with a nod to eighties style, and the other is crusty guitar noodlings. 

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