Music Recommending

From: milko15 May 2018 16:40
To: ALL1 of 25
Shall we do some of this? That? We haven't done it in ages it feels like. In these modern streaming times I find it a bit harder to do, nearly everything comes and goes so fast. 

I just rediscovered something I already came to late, Protomartyr's  Relatives In Descent album from last year. It reminds me of all sorts of things I quite liked in the late 90s, sorta heavyish-but-not-really punk rock indie stuff.  I had the whole thing more or less on loop for a few weeks.
https://open.spotify.com/album/5w1LR7cbTKEoCfgB98rkgR?si=Fi2lXKYyQbKWOcDa0-SCyQ
https://protomartyr.bandcamp.com/album/relatives-in-descent


 
From: Peter (BOUGHTONP)15 May 2018 22:23
To: milko 2 of 25
Where does it go?
From: milko15 May 2018 23:19
To: Peter (BOUGHTONP) 3 of 25
If I knew that, it wouldn't count as having gone, I reckon. The ether; vacuum, the ocean of celestial nothing that is "Things I have lost the capacity to readily recollect because my brain filled up with other stuff".
From: CHYRON (DSMITHHFX)15 May 2018 23:38
To: Peter (BOUGHTONP) 4 of 25
NSA database.
From: CHYRON (DSMITHHFX)16 May 2018 16:42
To: ALL5 of 25
Howse about this:

From: milko16 May 2018 18:43
To: CHYRON (DSMITHHFX) 6 of 25
well, if pop-country is your thang then I guess six for the price of one is a pretty good recommendation. Thanks!
From: johngti_mk-ii 3 Jun 2018 01:27
To: milko 7 of 25
Frank Turner. Bit of a convert to be honest. Does a brilliant live show
From: koswix 3 Jun 2018 14:49
To: milko 8 of 25
I'm looking for an album I heard a wee bit of in the richer sounds demo room a couple of months back.

Can't remember anything about it (even how the truck went, but I remember I may have liked it :'D )

The album cover had a very yellow/gold theme, with (presumably the singer) a black chap with a small afro(?) in a long(?) Yellow(?) Coat(?) Standing in a street(?).

That's about all I can remember of it, other than the first track had a fair bit of high hat going on that I didn't like so much.

I could just go back in and ask them what it was, but I'm a commuter town dweller now and rarely go into Edinburgh :(
From: william (WILLIAMA) 3 Jun 2018 20:39
To: koswix 9 of 25
Almost (?) any (?) Kid (?) Creole (?) album (?)*

*apart from some of the details (?) you gave.

Alternatively, almost any soul, R&B, drum & bass, reggae, hip hop, Motown, Ska, Rocksteady, Calypso, funk, dub, techno, jazz, stride, delta, house, ragtime, disco or um, er, prog rock album of the last 100 years.
From: koswix 4 Jun 2018 07:50
To: william (WILLIAMA) 10 of 25
I know (fail)
From: william (WILLIAMA) 4 Jun 2018 11:14
To: koswix 11 of 25
From: CHYRON (DSMITHHFX) 4 Jun 2018 13:32
To: william (WILLIAMA) 12 of 25
Pretty sure there's no truck in Lion King.


edit: full disclosure: I have never watched Lion King or listened to a Lion King album.

I have photographed a bigger-than-life-size, plastic Lion King "lion" in a theatre parking lot, but only with ironic intent. There may have been a truck passing on the street.
EDITED: 4 Jun 2018 13:36 by DSMITHHFX
From: koswix 4 Jun 2018 14:50
To: william (WILLIAMA) 13 of 25
:'D
From: william (WILLIAMA) 4 Jun 2018 15:46
To: koswix 14 of 25
Quote: 
a black chap with a small afro(?) in a long(?) Yellow(?) Coat(?) Standing in a street(?).
Straight outta Trumpton?
From: koswix 4 Jun 2018 19:39
To: william (WILLIAMA) 15 of 25
I'm not sure Pugh, Pugh, Barney McGrew, Cuthbert, Dibble and Grubb ever made the big time of the Richer Sounds playlist.
From: william (WILLIAMA) 4 Jun 2018 20:24
To: koswix 16 of 25
Probably not -  also 'old' I discover.

Well, since you are obviously disappointed, have a picture of the fox cub that's been kipping under my decking instead.

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From: koswix 4 Jun 2018 22:23
To: william (WILLIAMA) 17 of 25
D'awww!
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From: graphitone10 Jul 18:26
To: milko 19 of 25
In recent years I've found myself discovering less new music/bands. I think I've resigned myself to that middle age maxim of I know what I like and I like what I've got. The curiosity of my 20s has waned somewhat. That said I got into Langhorn Slim (alt country a-like) some months ago and have rekindled my liking for Sparklehorse.
From your description, Protomartyr sound like exactly the thing I would have been into in the 90s, I'll have a listen tonight
EDITED: 10 Jul 18:26 by GRAPHITONE
From: Manthorp10 Jul 22:27
To: graphitone 20 of 25
An afternoon of Radio 6 in the studio always yields me a new band or two.