Oberst dating

P.S just to make it clear this isn't speculation on oberst himself/his sexuality because that's weird asf and creepy it's just about the song. We can have a conversation about 'empty hotel by the sea' without wondering if oberst has mafia ties so I'm sure we can manage this. 12. 30 comments. share. On 20-12-1984 Robert Oberst (nickname: The American Monster) was born in Santa Cruz, California United States. He made his 0.5 million dollar fortune with Finalist in 2013 & 2018 World's Strongest Man . Conor Oberst, after dating his girlfriend Corina Figueroa Escamilla, got married in 2010. In his past life, it was rumored that Conor was linked with the actress Winona Ryder and singer Maria Taylor. Conor has been in an interview with PETA about animal rights and veganism. Age, Height, and Weight She is not dating anyone currently. Phoebe had at least 1 relationship in the past. Phoebe Bridgers has not been previously engaged. She and her brother Jackson were raised by their mother. According to our records, she has no children. Like many celebrities and famous people, Phoebe keeps her personal and love life private. Who is Conor Oberst dating? Conor Oberst is currently single, according to our records. The American Folk Singer was born in Omaha on February 15, 1980. Singer-songwriter best known for his work with Bright Eyes. He has also performed with the bands Park Ave., The Faint, and Monsters of Folk. Relationship status. As of 2020, Conor Oberst’s is ... More about the Winona Ryder and Conor Oberst dating / relationship. More about the Winona Ryder and Stephan Jenkins dating / relationship. More about the Winona Ryder and Chris Noth dating / relationship. More about the Winona Ryder and Pete Yorn dating / relationship. More about the Winona Ryder and Jakob Dylan dating / relationship. Who is he dating right now? According to our records, Conor Oberst is possibly single. Relationships. Conor Oberst has been in relationships with Michelle Williams (1999 - 2001) and Maria Taylor. Conor Oberst has had an encounter with Winona Ryder (2003). Critics have noticed Oberst’s head is a bit less cluttered and more straightforward than the last time around. And many attribute his optimism to his marriage. Musician and engineer Corina, attended Universidad Iberoamericana located in Mexico, she graduated in the class of 2008 in Chemical Engineering. Conor Oberst’s Girlfriend. Conor Oberst is single. He is not dating anyone currently. Conor had at least 3 relationship in the past. Conor Oberst has not been previously engaged. His father, Matthew Ryan Oberst Sr., was an information manager for Mutual of Omaha. His mother, Nancy Oberst, was an elementary education director for Omaha Public ... Oberst, who's 38, released his first album the year before Bridgers was born. They met at a concert in 2016. 'Like immediately I just heard her voice and I was like, 'Whoa, this is, you know, very ...

Is Phoebe dating Conor Oberst?

2020.09.17 22:05 montanaisalie Is Phoebe dating Conor Oberst?

He said in a recent interview he spent most of covid quarantine in LA “with his girl never leaving the house.” There has been a lot of evidence in the past, too. Thoughts?
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2020.05.29 20:19 ghostfacekyle Music Discussion Thread - 5/29/20

Back for another week of music talk, hop in the comments with anything you guys have been listening to. Spotify playlist updated weekly.
BarstoolSports Spotify playlist

NEW RELEASES:
Hands down one of, if not the most consistent rapper of the last 5 years. At this point he's just flexing on the majority of other rappers by putting out consistently good quality projects at a high pace. Bringing in Alchemist on production was an excellent pairing too. My personal favorites so far are "1985", "God Is Perfect", and "Frank Lucas" feat. Benny the Butcher.
Live album paired with a documentary about the band's day at the legendary Electric Lady studios in NYC. Pretty cool concept to celebrate the studio's 50 year anniversary. Got some pretty cool variations of the band's songs, as well as a couple covers too. Documentary is available to watch right now on The Raconteur's Youtube page. I'm LOVING this version of "Help Me Stranger".
Not particularly blown away with Wiz on this one, but Travis Barker's drums are on point as usual.
Been saying this for a while, but I'm convinced this kid is going to be huge within the net 1-2 years. He's a pretty talented songwriter, and has nailed that emotional pop music vibe. I'd loosely compare him to a toned down Ed Sheeran. Recommended tracks are "Mind Is A Prison" and "Must Have Been The Wind".
Sad boys unite! Another single off the upcoming album by Oberst and crew, release date TBA.
I'll be honest, when I first heard of these guys back in college I wasn't convinced they'd be around for along. Glad to see I was wrong on that one, Erick the Architect kills the productions as usual. Full album coming out next Friday 6/5.
Brooklyn hip hop really showing up this week. Although this one is far from the best out of these guys, I'm interested to see if there's another album coming. Couldn't find anything.
One of the more underrated rappers out right now. Super smooth song all around with great production, would love to see another full length out of him soon.
Such a perfect pairing here.If you're not hip to Saint Jhn yet, you need to be. Ghetto Lenny's Love Songs was one of my favorite albums of last year and he's only trending upward.
Just officially cancelled their Summer tour, but dropped an acoustic version of this track off their 2019 album. Honestly I prefer this version to the original studio version.
I'll never not mention a Mick Jenkins feature on here, and that's a Ghostface Kyle promise. This is just one track off Calez's EP.
I'll be honest I'm a little underwhelmed with this one. When I think Cory Wong, I want that funky sound he's known for with his solo stuff as well as Vulfpeck. But it makes sense this one is a bit softer due to the collab with Jon Baptiste. Oh well, everything isn't for everyone and that's okay.
OTHER STUFF:
Finally getting around to watching Ozark, and just watched the episode with REO Speedwagon which reminded me of just how much "Time For Me To Fly" absolutely fucking rips and if you disagree you're wrong. Give this one a listen or twenty this weekend.
REO Speedwagon - "Time For Me To Fly"

That's it for me, let me know what you guys have been listening to in the comments.
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2020.05.19 06:38 Shadowhead A list of every unsolved mass murder in the United States where five or more people were killed

DATE KILLED/WOUNDED LOCATION METHOD 1958-12-01 95 killed, 100 wounded Chicago, IL Arson 1920-09-16 38 killed, >700 wounded New York City, NY Bomb 1973-06-24 32 killed, 15 wounded New Orleans, LA Arson 1939-08-12 24 killed, 121 wounded Harney, NV Derailing train by sabotaging tracks 1976-01-30 23 killed, >17 wounded Chicago, IL Arson 2013-04-17 15 killed, >160 wounded West, TX Arson fire causing explosion 1975-12-29 11 killed, 74 wounded New York City, NY Bomb 1978-11-26 10 killed, 34 wounded Greece, NY Arson 1917-11-24 10 killed, 0 wounded Milwaukee, WI Bomb 1906-05-24 9 killed, 0 wounded Milton, FL Axe; arson 1878-09-13 8 killed, 1 wounded Hockley, TX Axe; wounded victim was shot with pistol 1912-06-10 8 killed, 0 wounded Villisca, IA Axe 1982-09-07 8 killed, 0 wounded Craig, AK Shooting; bodies burned; one victim presumably thrown overboard 2016-04-22 8 killed, 0 wounded Peebles, OH Shooting 1965-11-20 7 killed, 7 wounded Sunbury, PA Arson; two victims wounded with shotgun 1928-04-20 7 killed, 0 wounded El Dorado, KS Shooting 1929-02-14 7 killed, 0 wounded Chicago, IL Shooting (submachine guns and shotguns) 1933-10-10 7 killed, 0 wounded Chesterton, IN Bomb 1967-10-25 7 killed, 0 wounded Arcadia, FL Rice and beans poisoned with parathion 1982-09-29 7 killed, 0 wounded Chicago, IL Tylenol poisoned with cyanide 1911-09-17 6 killed, 0 wounded Colorado Springs, CO Axe 1968-06-25 6 killed, 0 wounded Good Hart, MI Shooting (rifle and pistol); bludgeoning (hammer) 2008-02-02 5 killed, 1 wounded Tinley Park, IL Shooting (pistol) 1978-06-28 5 killed, 0 wounded Boston, MA Shooting (pistol and shotgun) Philip Decker confessed to the 1958 Chicago, IL arson in 1962 and later recanted Roger Dale Nunez was suspected in the 1973 New Orleans, LA murders but never charged Denise Watson was arrested for the 1976 Chicago, IL arson; she was acquitted in 1977 John Kenneth Peel was arrested for the 1982 Craig, AK murders in 1984; he was acquitted in 1988 George Wagner III, George Wagner IV, Angela Wagner, and Edward Wagner are awaiting trial for the 2016 Peebles, OH murders Harold Bordner confessed to the 1965 Sunbury, PA murders; he was cleared of the charges in 1969 Owen Oberst confessed to the 1928 El Dorado, KS murders; he was cleared of the charges in 1931 James Richardson was convicted of the 1967 Arcadia, FL murders and sentenced to death in 1968; his conviction was overturned in 1989 James William Lewis was convicted of extortion related to the 1982 Chicago, IL murders Joseph Scolaro III was suspected in the 1968 Good Hart, MI murders but committed suicide in 1973 before the investigation concluded 
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2020.04.09 20:20 jamesthegill Which "indie record" does Taylor Swift consider cooler than hers?

This is not nearly as scientific or thorough as traveler81's thorough and engaging dive into who "So It Goes" is about, on the Taylor subreddit. It's a great read, but as it blows mine out of the water, please don't read it until you've read this as mine just pales in comparison!
Nearly eight years ago Taylor Swift confirmed her shift from country to a more pop sound with the release of Red’s lead single, We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together. Despite the song not containing the title in full (either adding an extra “ever” or two, or omitting the word entirely when spoken in the bridge) it became Taylor’s first top ten single since Love Story and Red laid the groundwork for her imperial phase with the next album, 1989.
A throwaway line at the end of the second verse has always nagged at me. A sarcastic line about the subject of the song going off and listening to “indie records much cooler than [hers]”. Taylor’s delivery shows how highly she thinks of these records; the implication that he would rather be listening to someone else than her music suggests an act of cheating without infidelity. What were these records that got Taylor’s goat? Could a process of elimination narrow it down? Does it really matter when we’re going to die of plague this year? Is this anything more than sheer conjecture?
Let’s find out.
I. The Protagonist.
First things first I’m the realist it would be sensible to work out who she is singing about. I’m using he/him pronouns because a) none of the potential candidates have asked to be referred to with other pronouns and b) Taylor herself refers to him as he (“Ugh, so he calls me up and he’s like ‘I still love you’”). It is safe to assume that every romantic interest that she split up with before the release of Speak Now in October 2010 would have been dealt with, song-wise, on that album - so that rules out Taylor Lautner (Back To December), Joe Jonas (Better Than Revenge), the late Corey Monteith (Mine) and John Mayer (Dear John). While Holy Ground is apparently about Joe Jonas, it’s more wistful and positive than WANEGBT, so logic suggests that they’re about different people.
So, who are the potential bachelors? Looking at internet timelines of Taylor’s alleged relationships, four names fit the timeframe of release dates - Speak Now in October 2010 to WANEGBT in August 2012. Both Eddie Redmayne and Zac Efron appear as rumours based around Taylor’s fledgling film career (auditioning for Les Mis and starring in The Lorax, respectively) but both men have strenuously denied dating her. Redmayne I’m taking at his word; his public profile would’ve had a notable boost from being attached to her (the Hiddlestone effect) so for him to eschew such an improvement in reputation, not even hinting or suggesting at it happening, probably means nothing romantic happened there. Efron I’m less certain about, as his experience with a public relationship ending in late 2010 (with Vanessa “some people are gonna die” Hudgens) might have made him reluctant to start something even more public so soon afterwards. While the two were pretty cute together making light of the rumours on an episode of Ellen, there’s not been any pictorial evidence of the two together and there doesn’t appear to be any animosity between them since WANEGBT was released. Given the level of spite involved in the lyrics, despite being hidden beneath a playful tone, I can’t believe they’d be that friendly afterwards.
From what I can see online, Taylor had only two significant confirmed relationships in the time frame. One of these was Connor Kennedy, son of Robert Kennedy, who I assume is related to the former President Jeff K. Somewhat paradoxically, the pictures of the two together that make him eligible to appear in this section also rule him out of the search - the linked article states that the two were seen together on July 29th. Even if the relationship ended on that day, for Taylor to write and record a song about the breakup, turn it round in enough time to make the August 13th deadline and scrap plans for whatever the lead single for Red was supposed to be, seems pretty unlikely. Reports suggest that the pair split in early autumn - prior to Red’s release, but after WANEGBT was put out into the world. It might be about Connor but that would probably require access to a time machine - while I wouldn’t put it past her, if I start including that hypothesis then this whole thing goes out the window.
The evidence does seem to suggest that the relationship written about in the song is with Jake Gyllenhaal. His is the only significant relationship in the timeline, from October 2010 to January 2011, and several other songs on the album have been hinted to be about him too. Taylor’s never one for outright confirming who songs are about, preferring to leave enough breadcrumbs for fans/journalists/interested parties to put things together themselves while leaving herself enough plausible deniability to wriggle out of the situation if things go sour. (Francis Urquhart) would be so proud.) The Last Time and The Moment I Knew have references to him missing her birthday to promote Love And Other Drugs, and All Too Well heavily alludes to him (in particular, the scarf, and a thanksgiving dinner at Maggie Gyllenhaal’s house). In the WANEGBT video we see an exchange of scarf (at 2:11), further strengthening the connections.
The only other potential candidate is Harry Styles. I Knew You Were Trouble is strongly believed to have been written about him; Taylor has confirmed that Treacherous and IKYWT were written about the same person, and there’s some evidence linking the hidden message in the album booklet pertaining to this song and Harry Styles. I feel comfortable ruling Harold out as the subject of WANEGBT, though, as the two didn’t date until after Red was released, and I’ve already explained my reluctance to discuss time travel in this piece. She did make this slightly trickier by singing the bridge in an alleged British accent after she split with him, though. I’m confident that WANEGBT is about Jake Gyllenhaal.
II. The Artist.
Now that we’ve narrowed down to the antagonist of the song, what could he be listening to? While his height is more of a mystery, Jake is also still somewhat cagey about his music tastes. Given his much publicised relationship with Taylor he may be reluctant to discuss anything relating to the music industry in interviews, for fear of giving an easy opening to said relationship being brought up, but he’s mentioned music on occasion.
A 2009 interview with a Santa Monica radio station, while promoting Brothers, threw up some suggestions - Bruce Springsteen, Burl Ives, Danny Kaye and Saint-Saens, none of whom could really be described as “indie”. An interview with the author of Stronger (later adapted into a movie starring Jake) suggested Iron & Wine as Jake’s favourite band - folkish, but could conceivably be found in the indie section of a record store. He’s also namechecked Vampire Weekend (and appeared in a 2010 video of theirs), Mumford & Sons, The Civil Wars and Temper Trap in the past as well.
In an interview with USA Today regarding WANEGBT (and boy is that acronym wearing on me by now) Taylor is seeking revenge on the guy who "made [her] feel like [she] wasn't as good or as relevant as these hipster bands he listened to." By this point Vampire Weekend had scored a number one album so couldn’t really be classed as “hipster”, and Ezra Koenig was later invited to her birthday party in 2014. Mumford & Sons’ debut album had reached number 2 in the US and sold over 3 million albums - again, I don’t think that definition applies here either. While The Civil Wars could fit that description, in the intervening period between the relationship ending and the release of WANEGBT Taylor had recorded a song with them for the soundtrack to The Hunger Games movie - while it wasn’t commercially successful it was popular with critics and I don’t think she’d act negatively towards them in this way. Temper Trap appears to be used as an in-joke with her and Harry Styles - possibly as a way of erasing any memories of them being “Jake’s band” to her - and it’s tough to see her flipping back and forth on her views of the band like a Michael Scott vasectomy.
In the introduction I mentioned that the lyric felt like a form of cheating. While researching this piece I realised that Taylor wasn’t the first singer Jake had dated. Even discounting Kirsten Dunst’s cover of The Vapors’ Turning Japanese, one of his early romances was with Jenny Lewis, then lead singer and writer for Rilo Kiley. They were serious enough that he took her along to the premiere of Donnie Darko. For some reason the internet has little information about why an indie musician and then-small time actor split up nearly 20 years ago, but it doesn’t appear to have soured Jake on her completely - in 2009 he was pictured looking very smitten watching Jenny perform at Coachella (while, er, also cuddling his then girlfriend and ex Pleasantville co-star of Jenny’s, Reese Witherspoon).
Plus, shortly after splitting from Taylor, Jake took Jenny as his date to the Golden Globes. Now, that might just be that she was in town and a convenient back-up date, but when he’s also seen cavorting with Camilla Belle in the same time frame (she of the cringy “on the mattress” lyric in Better Than Revenge) it really looks as though Jake Gyllenhaal was doing his best to “win” the break-up and anger Taylor. (He was 31 years old at the time.) Rather than take a direct shot back, what better way for Taylor to get her own back than to make a snide comment about them in a song? It’s not an unreasonable assumption that he still listened to Jenny Lewis’s output, given he was literally the heart-eyes emoji in that Coachella picture above. Likewise, it’s a safe bet that Taylor would feel threatened by Jenny Lewis (ex-girlfriend, well respected female singer-songwriter, confident enough to eschew the limelight and not need public approval - that would sting) and also view the Golden Globes date choice as a middle finger up at her. I’m confident that the “indie records much cooler than [hers]” are a veiled jab at Jenny Lewis.
III. The Records
By 2012 Jenny Lewis had released seven albums - four with Rilo Kiley, one solo, one with The Watson Twins and the most recent one being with her then-boyfriend Jonathan Rice. For that reason we can discount the most recent one - Jenny duetting with her current lover won’t antagonise the new girlfriend of her ex. I’m also ruling out her solo album Acid Tongue, because it’s 50% crap, and the album with the Watson Twins, as it’s too country and gospel - even derisively calling it indie wouldn’t chime true.
Spurious reasoning, but we’re down to the four Rilo Kiley albums. Returning to indie, it’s possible Taylor was not talking about the sound but the label - and Warner Bros., label of the fourth and final Rilo Kiley album Under The Blacklight - is anything but independent! For all the quality songs on the record it’s the sound of a band begrudgingly giving things one last try before committing fully to solo careers. As good as it is (and it’s the album I’ve returned to most frequently in the fifteen years I’ve been into the band) it doesn’t have the special something to irk Taylor enough to slam them in a lead single.
What of Take-Offs And Landings, then? It’s certainly hipster enough, selling only 40,000 units (which is what Red sold in less than the first 3 days of release), but it seems twee and introspective. There’s songs on there that deal with the end of relationships, sure, but the narrator puts herself at fault for the break-up, rather than the other party. It doesn’t sound confident enough to be a threat. (This was the perfect style to get the burgeoning band an audience though, so it’s not to be knocked!)
Rilo Kiley’s second album definitely fits the indie label too - 66,000 sold total, and on a label co-founded by Conor Oberst’s brother. The lyrics on this album are smarter, more descriptive and full of the story-telling that’s a mark of Taylor’s song-writing - only with an occasional tactical curse (the placement of the swearwords in Rilo Kiley’s music is better than any other artist I’ve listened to) that must surely rankle with someone restrained by her lyrics. The build-up to “and sometimes when you’re on, you’re really f**king on” in A Better Son/Daughter is pure artistry. Gun to my head, I’d give this record as the one referred to in WANEGBT - it ticks all the boxes - but for one point.
Something that slipped my mind about Taylor until this piece brought it slamming back to me is that she loves the TV show Grey’s Anatomy. She named one of her cats after the main character. Witness her reaction to one of her songs being played on the show. She called up lead actress Ellen Pompeo for a cameo in a music video - sure, Pompeo wasn’t the only big name cameo in that video by any stretch, but she was one of the few who weren’t presented as being part of Taylor’s “squad”, and it was (at the time) her first non-Grey’s acting job in TEN YEARS. So to have her boyfriend’s ex-girlfriend’s band being played in the pilot of her favourite show, the ex that he’s clearly never gotten over, the one who seems to excel at everything Taylor strives to do with minimal perceived effort - that’s got to stick in her teeth!
And that’s why for all of her success, all of her stardom and glory, I firmly believe Taylor Swift will forever consider “Portions For Foxesmuch cooler than her songs.
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2020.04.05 22:32 yyjsurge Buy tickets now or wait?

Was looking for my Conor Oberst rockaways 45 and thought to google him to see what he’s been up to.... new Bright Eyes album coming??? Amazing start to making 2020 a little less shitty.
Anyways, I want to buy tickets to a show in June but obviously it is likely to be cancelled or postponed. If the latter happens, would everyone get replacement tickets for the future date or just a refund? I want to reserve my spot before they sell out but it would be a waste of money if a new ticket sale will happen anyways.
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2020.03.07 21:49 smoresgalore15 Bright Eyes?

I know this isn’t a popular taste but I have to speculate if they would play at Osheaga.
Honestly a shot in the dark - I’ve never gone to Osheaga, and I don’t know all the types of music that would play there... but I was thinking since Phoebe bridgers is playing, and Conor oberst has done collaborations with her before... maybe they’d play?
They are releasing a new album. They have no Canadian dates on their tour, and there’s a wide open space on their tour date schedule during Osheaga.
I don’t even really know if they are adding more to the Osheaga lineup- I don’t quite understand how that works. But as someone who grew up listening to bright eyes, and used to have strange dreams about seeing them live, it would quite literally be a dream come true.
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2020.02.25 22:39 DavidMNegron New Sparta coming in April

For those interested, it has been a long time coming but Trust the River, the first Sparta album since Threes in '06 is out 4/10/20.
Two songs released so far, Believe and Empty Houses, hint at a very different sound from the previous records.
In 2017 and 2018 they released the singles Graveyard Luck and Cat Scream, which are heavier than the two newer tracks but still a step removed from anything off of Wiretap Scars... and maybe even Threes. These songs were available on streaming services but have curiously been taken down. They will be on the new album, so I imagine but can't say for sure, that they have been re-recorded for the record.
This will also be the first Sparta release without Tony Hajjar, unfortunately. Sparta is currently comprised of Jim Ward, Matt Miller, Cully Symington, and Gabe Gonzalez. Gonzalez has previously toured with Sparta during the Wiretap days and Sleepercar. Symington has performed with Cursive and Conor Oberst, among others.
There definitely was a falling out between the group, Hajjar said in an interview during interalia press he wasn't even notified of the band playing again in 2017... now that I think about it, similar to Jim apparently being unaware of ATDI going full-time again in 2016. The last Sparta song released with the Threes line-up (Ward, Miller, Hajjar and Keeley Davis) was Chemical Feel in 2012, right before the band did a short US and EU tour.

Graveyard Luck https://youtu.be/c3Q0MWrQtr4
Cat Scream https://youtu.be/489jRpR-Ep0
Believe https://youtu.be/D5NdMveyam8
Empty Houses https://youtu.be/YIaTkZEJNNM
and Chemical Feel for those who may have missed it:
https://youtu.be/kuNm9tpVhQY

Oh, and some tour dates are coming up in April and May.
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2020.02.23 13:47 exlaxbros Major News: New WUS Show, Europe's Strongest Man, and the Schedule of Spring Strongman

Doing my best to compile this all in one thread. I'll edit if I've made errors, and/or as updates occur.
We have the ASC next weekend, March 6-7.
Europe's Strongest Man is scheduled for April 4th. Current athlete list includes: Thor, Kieliszkowski, Shivlyakov, L Stoltman, T Stoltman, Bishop, Novikov, Hicks, Janashia, V Lalas, and Richardson. This is also the World Log Lift Championship, including Kearney, Oberst, and Wheels.
World Ultimate Strongman announced yesterday that they are hosting a show on April 11th, WUS Bahrain. This show will be in addition to the Dubai show, although they haven't released a date for Dubai yet. The April 11th show is notable because they're adding, yep, you guessed it, another max deadlift attempt. This show also offers a max payout of $350k, the biggest winnings amount in strongman. They have not announced events or athlete lineup, other than...
Thor posted today that he is doing the WUS Bahrain show, and that max deadlift on a deadlift bar, with a suit and figure-8 straps is the first event, and that he intends to break the world record using the same equipment as Hall. He says somewhere in Instagram comments (because that's how we do things now) that he will not be competing in ESM.
Update: Per a Youtube account from some dude with 19 subscribers (because that's how we do things now), we now have event details and competitors.
EVENTS: Max Deadlift (Texas Barbell), Log Press for reps (60 seconds) - 170kg, Farmers Walk x 40m (with drop and turn) - 170kg (each hand), Giant Dumbell Press for reps (60 seconds) - 100kg, 10 Atlas Stone Run - 100-200kg.
COMPETITORS: Thor, Martins, Mateusz, L. Stoltman, T. Stoltman, Novikov, Heinla, Janashia, Caron, Hollands, Belsak and Iron Biby
World's Strongest Man is then once again scheduled for May 20-24 in Florida (which is in America).
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2020.02.16 15:41 protot101 [ROLEPLAY] Verstrickungprojekt - Outline

[M]: The basis of this post is that I was asked by mods to explain to you, the masses of WorldPowers, the Nazi teleportation program in detail so here you go. And to be clear, ice Shitler can't ghost teleport nuke your country like what happened to Stuttgart, which was just to further the plot essentially.

Oberkommando der Wehrmacht

Verstrickungprojekt
 >start (test_versuch_drei­und­zwanzig); ... ACHTUNG! ACHTUNG! Für diesen Bericht ist eine Freigabe der Stufe fünf erforderlich. Wenn Sie keinen Zugriff auf Stufe fünf haben, verlassen Sie diesen Computer und melden Sie sich beim nächsten Vorgesetzten. Geben Sie das Passwort für den Berechtigungsnachweis ein: ... >Benutzer: Heisenberg ... Danke. Guten Abend OberstGruppenführer Helmut. ... Audio-Protokoll jetzt laden 
Place: Bunker-Bismark, beneath Antarctic ice shelf. Date: January 24th, 2002.
A: Start sequence initiating in 4 minutes.
Computer (C): Testprogramm startet [noises of machines beginning to whir up and down are heard]
B: And if you all will follow me.Esteemed members of the cabinet, this is Doktor Hans Ludwig. He is the chief engineer on this project and is also the man who helped develop the entanglement manipulation theory when he was a student alongside the late Dr. Towne. He knows this project, this machine which he designed, and this theory like it were himself. We have had many difficulties working down here in the lab but Dr. Ludwig has pulled us through it all. It is through him and the work of his team that we can announce what we have for you here today. Without any further ado, Dr. Ludwig
[various clapping noises can be heard]
A: Gentlemen, I am very proud to have you all here today. This device is, dare I say, the pinnacle of Reich engineering and will help us gain the much needed edge on the force of Tomorrow. What we have made has been so top secret that only the Führer himself knew outside of this team. We have been working for the past 20 years on a device that will allow us to slip the bonds of this continent and be able to travel anywhere in the world as quickly as possible. We have planes that can travel faster than sound and a range the size of the globe. We have developed rockets capable of unleashing untold nuclear devastation upon our enemies but believe me when I tell you that this is a weapon like the world has never seen. If you would be so kind to humor me for a moment gentlemen, please look behind you. Do you see the strange disk on the table surrounded by the machinery? Now this device is only a prototype and we hope to not even require it in the near future but just make note of it's existence for now.
C: Testprogramm bereit [A loud bell is rung like a fire bell. The machines have been building in pitch all this time but now they have peaked.]
A: [to another scientist] Are we ready to begin? Yes? Good. Now gentlemen please look forward and equip your shaded glasses. The light emanated from this machine, and I can't stress this enough, will blind you for about a week or permanently if you do not do so. We have had about 5 good men blinded as a result of goggle negligence.Good. Now I am going to open the shades. [A loud shutter noise is heard and the machines grow louder in noise]..
D: Mein gott.
A: It's wonderful is it not? Now the device you are seeing uses the entanglement theory to create a temporary wormholes to anywhere in the universe we want. However, if we have certain relays in range of this wormhole exit point, we are able to transport matter undisturbed through it almost instantaneously. But enough of the talk. Let me just show you. [The sound of a microphone turning on can be heard] Maxwell. We are ready now. Bring out the cube please. Now notice that the cube is sitting on a disk very similar to the one behind you.
C: ACHTUNG ACHTUNG! Relais läuft. Bitte verlassen Sie die Kammer.
E: [Over intercom] Relay in 5... 4... 3... 2... 1... [Loud electric crackling can be heard]
F: Oh!
G: Gott!
H: Scheisse!
C: Testprogramm erfolgreich [The machines start to whir down]
A: Ah! Gentlemen... If you would please look behind you.
D: What the hell...
A: As you can see. We have managed to teleport matter and keep it in it's original shape. Now yes, it was just across a room but this could theoretically be extended, with the right resources, to be used to teleport troops and equipment from our bunkers to anywhere in the world! In the universe! No longer need we worry about logistics! No longer will there be a place too far away. We know that we can teleport living beings but we cannot do humans yet due to one simple issue. The room we are in is too small. Currently a deeper, larger chamber for teleportation of humans is being constructed and should be finished by the end of the year. If we set up relays near where we need to teleport, we will become unstoppable.
G: This is magic! This is increadible!
H: This is the future! We are living in the age of the Reich! You heard it from me. With the permission of the Führer, you will have the full range of the Wehrmacht to implement this device.
G: Agreed.
F: Yes.
A: I'm glad you gentlemen can see the promise of this device.
Summary of log: Dr. Hans Ludwig developed a device capable of transporting matter instantaneously any distance with a proper relay system. The relay today (C. 2040) can allow an exit zone of about 40 miles but requires set up first. No other link between the exit relay and the home base need be established for relay. Additionally. the device has been upgraded today to be large enough to teleport equipment including planes and trucks and besides the relay, requires no exit gate. Return relay does require an entrance gate, however. The gate also requires a large amount of power, about 500 MW of power for a single relay which can relay a mass of about 6 tonnes per 500 MW.
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2019.11.26 01:03 voncre Looking for songs about betrayal or loneliness

I have recently found out that my best friend & roommate of 4 years has been dating my ex-girlfriend behind my back. I wish this didn’t bug me, because at the end of the day I’m not involved with her anymore, but I can’t help but feel super heartbroken and betrayed over this.
I’ve been listening to tons of Bright Eyes and Conor Oberst recently, but I was wondering if you guys had some suggestions for songs of his that deal with betrayal or loneliness.
Thanks guys!
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2019.10.15 04:31 metalmuscle 3 from Hell (2019) [Grindhouse??]

Whenever I am asked a question like "what is your favorite horror movie?" my mind goes blank. Sure, I know which movies I like and don't like, which ones are more enjoyable than others, but I don't think I could ever really rank my favorite or the "best of all time." With that said, if someone really pushes for a concrete answer, one of my go-to responses always seems to be Rob Zombie's The Devil's Rejects. Needless to say, I was extremely excited when a long-awaited sequel was announced and finally released to the world as 3 from Hell.

The Plot

After being riddled with a record setting amount of bullet holes by state police, members of the Firefly family, notoriously known as The Devil's Rejects, have become martyrs, supporters urging authorities to "free the three." With the help of their half-brother, The Midnight Wolfman, Baby Firefly and Otis Driftwood are ready once again to unleash murder, mayhem, and Hell on whoever crosses their unfortunate paths.

My Thoughts

I was never the biggest fan of House of 1000 Corpses. After watching The Devil's Rejects for the first time, however, I was instantly hooked. Maybe it was because I was at an impressionable age or perhaps it was some other unknown factor of the circumstances, but that 2005 film was magical to me.
To this day, I must have watched that film nearly 30 times, each time as if it was the first all over again. Naturally, I always wanted a sequel, but understood that writer-director Rob Zombie needed to make other films to satiate his creativity.
Zombie moved on to a write and direct a couple of new entries in the Halloween series, rebooting the fan favorite franchise to overall poor reception. Then came an animated film, The Haunted World of El Superbeasto, and 2012's The Lords of Salem.
I watched as these films were released, rushing to catch them as soon as I could, hoping and praying that the man had once again struck gold. Sadly, I was always disappointed. None of these could ever compare to the greatness that, to me, was and forever will be Rejects.
After a few years and numerous rumors of what Zombie would create next, a film entitled 31 was released. In all honestly, I quite enjoyed that film for what it was and felt as though this was the closest we'd ever get to ever seeing another film even remotely close to the tone and overall feel of the 2005 film that I heralded as a masterpiece. I had accepted this and moved on... until 3 from Hell was officially announced!
3 from Hell begins with news reports of the brutal shooting that was believed to be the end of the Firefly family. This immediately brings those who may not be familiar with the film's predecessor up-to-date and ready to follow the action ahead.
Longtime fans of the existing duology will be happy to see the returning faces of Baby, Otis, and of course, Captain Spaulding, even if they are on the mend and behind bars. While Spaulding aka Cutter aka Johnnie Lee Johns is only in the film briefly, due to the very real deteriorating condition of actor Sid Haig, he steals the show while on screen.
Watching the stories of Baby and Otis continue is something that I honestly thought I'd never see happen. Watching the two of them continue on their brutal ways was like visiting with long-lost family members. They are twisted as all Hell, but they were deeply missed for all of these years.
With Sid Haig's health effecting the story that Zombie had in mind rather significantly, last minute changes needed to be made. This is where Robert Brake (Rob Zombie's 31) comes in. As half-brother to Otis and Baby, Brake's Winslow Foxworthy Coltrane fits right in with the debauchery that comes with the savage siblings. He does a wonderful job throughout the film's 115 minutes, making for some pretty memorable scenes along the way.
Joining the returning Bill Moseley and Sheri Moon Zombie, and new family member Robert Brake, are a whole slew of familiar faces. Series alumni Danny Trejo (Machete) returns, as well as horror and genre film legends Dee Wallace (The Howling, Cujo), Clint Howard (Ice Cream Man, Ticks), and Bill Oberst Jr. (DIS, Circus of the Dead) in one capacity or another.
Part of the magic that was The Devil's Rejects was the soundtrack. I loved hearing classic rock tunes throughout the film. It is a very atypical score for a film of this violent nature and luckily the same type of soundtrack returns for 3 from Hell.
Tunes by Terry Reid and Iron Butterfly's "In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida" are grossly mismatched with the violence unfolding on screen, yet somehow, the tracks manage to be a perfect fit for the overall tone and aesthetic meticulously created by Zombie.
Shot digitally, Zombie still wanted to achieve the unpolished look that all of his past films possessed being shot on film. 3 from Hell features the same grainy film imperfections fans have come to expect from these films without being overly obnoxious or even all that obvious. There are no real deep scratches or other grindhouse-esque filters applied here. Instead, just enough 'filth' is applied to keep the studio shimmer and shine as far away from this picture as possible.

3 from Hell at Home

3 from Hell will be available on 4K Ultra HD combo pack, Blu-ray combo pack, DVD, Digital, and On Demand tomorrow, Tuesday, October 15, from Lionsgate. The 4K Ultra HD home release is presented in 2160p Ultra High Definition with a 16x9 (1.85:1) aspect ratio, while the Blu-ray release features 1080p HD picture in the same 16x9 (1.85:1) ratio. Audio options include 7.1 Dolby TrueHD for both 4K and Blu-ray versions, while the DVD features an English 5.2 Dolby Digital track.
The film is accompanied by a feature-length behind-the-scenes documentary on the filming of the picture, broken up into four parts. This provides fans with an intimate look at every step of the filming process, from inception to birth. In addition, we are also gifted with an audio commentary from Rob Zombie, himself.

The Verdict

While excited to finally see the sequel I had waited 14 years for, I was trepidatious heading into it. I was lucky enough to have seen 3 from Hell during its limited theatrical run, only a few shorts weeks ago. Then, I was extremely pleased with the final product and finally received the closure I had been fiending for.
After a second viewing, from the comfort of my own home this time, anything that I found irritating or too on-the-nose, completely went to the wayside and I enjoyed 3 from Hell that much more.
3 from Hell reunites us with our favorites from past Rob Zombie efforts, House of 1000 Corpses and The Devil's Rejects -- Baby Firefly, Captain Spaulding, and Otis Driftwood -- while also introducing new family member, W. F. Coltrane aka Foxy, the Midnight Wolfman.
The members of this family are put into familiar situations, on the run from the law, terrorizing and butchering everyone who they come across. The situations are the same, just as bloody as before, if not more, but the setting is a bit different. Baby is even more twisted than in the past, if you can imagine that, hardened by being in prison and on death row for so long, while it's possible Otis has lost a bit of his edge in his old age. Don't worry though, he still loves cutting off people's faces and every other form of torture you might be able to stir up in that imagination of yours.
Rob Zombie has never been accused of being a wordsmith. His characters utter more F-bombs than any one human can keep track of. Still, this is much more fitting in a 1980's barrio in Mexico with the Firefly Family than it is in Haddonfield with the Myers one.
This film is not for everyone. Viewers who did not watch the previous two entries in the trilogy may not enjoy it as much as someone like myself, someone who has been wanting to see the story continue for way too long. Nostalgia and affection for these characters plays a big role in the enjoyment of this film, but anyone who likes violence and gratuity can still have fun with it.
Watch 3 from Hell and judge for yourself, while I give it 4.5 sister wives' titties out of 5.
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2019.07.30 02:28 Vegerot List of Joe Rogan Experience Guests by appearances (from /r/joerogan)

Hey, guys. First time posting here. I was watching an episode of the JRE recently and wondered who was the most frequent guest on the show. Joey Diaz? Tom Segura? Eddie Bravo? I tried looking it up and found this post a few years ago by jsfly, but couldn't find anything recently. Additionally, I wasn't sure how he came across his information, but it appeared to be a very laborious process.
So, instead of spending an hour tallying each guest from #1325 to #1, I spent four hours writing a code that will do it for me. This has the advantage of (once I wrote it) being much faster, and the fact that this can be run at any point in the future, so there can always be an up-to-date list of podcast guests.
Without any further ado, from over 700 guests across almost 1400 podcasts, here are the most frequent guests on the Joe Rogan Experience: ​

Guest Appearances
Joey Diaz 41
Duncan Trussell 40
Bryan Callen 39
Ari Shaffir 36
Brian Redban 35
Eddie Bravo 33
Brendan Schaub 27
Tom Segura 26
Bert Kreischer 19
Greg Fitzsimmons 15
Aubrey Marcus 14
Tony Hinchcliffe 13
Tom Papa 13
Christopher Ryan 10
Dom Irrera 10
Daniele Bolelli 9
Cameron Hanes 9
Graham Hancock 8
Abby Martin 8
Bill Burr 8
Sam Harris 8
Steven Rinella 8
Dr. Rhonda Patrick 8
Shane Smith 7
Justin Wren 7
Neal Brennan 7
Joey "CoCo" Diaz 7
David Seaman 6
Josh Zepps 6
Honey Honey 6
Doug Stanhope 6
Bas Rutten 6
Mike Baker 6
Gad Saad 6
Jordan Peterson 6
Christina Pazsitzky 6
Andrew Santino 6
Randall Carlson 5
John Heffron 5
Everlast 5
Jr. 5
Lewis 5
Whitney Cummings 5
Josh Barnett 5
Kevin Smith 5
Jim Norton 5
TJ Dillashaw 5
Ian Edwards 5
Sam Tripoli 5
Russell Peters 5
from Unbox Therapy 5
Michael Shermer 5
Maynard James Keenan 4
Dave Rubin 4
Tait Fletcher 4
Andrew Dice Clay 4
Bret Weinstein 4
Duane Ludwig 4
Steve Maxwell 4
Amy Schumer 4
Kevin Pereira 4
Dave Attell 4
Joe Schilling 4
Eddie Huang 4
Theo Von 4
Dan Carlin 4
Dennis McKenna 4
Dr. Mark Gordon 4
Freddy Lockhart 4
Andreas Antonopoulos 4
Hannibal Buress 4
John Dudley 4
Adam Carolla 4
Moshe Kasher 3
Yves Edwards 3
David Choe 3
Thaddeus Russell 3
Steven Crowder 3
Michael Malice 3
Sturgill Simpson 3
Andy Stumpf 3
Robin Black 3
Matt Farah 3
Matt Fulchiron 3
Peter Schiff 3
Jeff Novitzky 3
Dave Asprey 3
Brendon Walsh 3
Rory Albanese 3
Eric Weinstein 3
Adam Greentree 3
Chris Bell 3
Bobcat Goldthwait 3
Doug Benson 3
Eddie Ifft 3
Stefan Molyneux 3
Russell Brand 3
Nick DiPaolo 3
Steve-O 3
Vinny Shoreman 3
Phil Demers 3
Remi Warren 3
Jamie Kilstein 3
Ben Greenfield 3
Owen Benjamin 3
Mayhem Miller 3
Chris Kresser 3
Daniel Pinchbeck 3
Al Madrigal 3
Michael Schiavello 3
Iliza Shlesinger 3
Brian Regan 2
Gary Taubes 2
Johann Hari 2
Jocko Willink 2
Tim Ferriss 2
Dave Smith 2
"Freeway" Rick Ross 2
Dave Foley 2
Crash 2
Jimmy Dore 2
Bud Brutsman 2
Kurt Metzger 2
Rick Doblin 2
Kyle Kulinski 2
Adam Scorgie 2
Ben O'Brien 2
Todd Glass 2
Alex Honnold 2
Trevor Valle 2
John Wayne Parr 2
Natasha Leggero 2
B-Real 2
Andrew Marr 2
Ron White 2
Billy Corben 2
Peter Boghossian 2
Scott Sigler 2
Immortal Technique 2
Kyle Kingsbury 2
Tim Kennedy 2
Philip DeFranco 2
TJ Kirk 2
PhD 2
Bruce Lipton PHD 2
David Lee Roth 2
Michael Ruppert 2
Reggie Watts 2
Mike Dolce 2
W. Kamau Bell 2
Jon Ronson 2
Louis Theroux 2
Jason Silva 2
Anthony Cumia 2
Milo Yiannopoulos 2
Jack Dorsey 2
Chris Aubrey Marcus 2
Tim Pool 2
Ben Shapiro 2
Wim Hof 2
Neil deGrasse Tyson 2
from Float Lab 2
Tommy Chong 2
Josh McDermitt 2
Fight Recap 2
Ian McCall 2
Mark 2
Lex Fridman 2
Robb Wolf 2
Ricky Schroder 2
Shooter Jennings 2
Dr. Carl Hart 2
Colin Moriarty 2
Jeff Ross 2
Sean Carroll 2
Ms. Pat 2
Kevin Lee 2
C.T. Fletcher 2
Donald Cerrone 2
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EverLast 2
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Henry Rollins 2
Enson Inoue 2
Wheeler Walker 2
Jim Jefferies 2
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Andrew Schulz 2
Dan Doty 2
Dan Harris 2
John Anthony West 2
Hamilton Morris 2
Dom D'Agostino 2
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Jim Breuer 2
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Rich Vos 2
Jeremy Stephens 2
David Goggins 2
Roseanne Barr 2
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Chris D'Elia 2
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Fight Companion ? 2
Chael Sonnen 2
Rich Roll 2
Alex Grey 2
Shane Dorian 2
Doug Duren 2
Tulsi Gabbard 2
Christina P 2
Greg Proops 2
Amber Lyon 2
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Jesse Itzler 1
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Adam Frank 1
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Steve Rinella 1
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Alex Jones 1
Dan Peña 1
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CES Review with Young Jamie 1
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Michelle Waterson 1
Jim Shockey 1
Jane McGonigal 1
Cara Santamaria 1
Rupert Sheldrake 1
iPhones 1
Killer Mike 1
"Big" Jay Oakerson 1
Dr. Peter Duesberg 1
Kip Andersen 1
Neil Degrasse Tyson 1
NotGay Jared 1
Jim Gaffigan 1
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James Hetfield 1
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Freeway Rick Ross 1
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Michael Wood 1
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Joe List 1
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Pot Debate - Alex Berenson 1
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2019.07.30 02:02 Vegerot Most Frequent Guests on JRE

Hey, guys. First time posting here. I was watching an episode of the JRE recently and wondered who was the most frequent guest on the show. Joey Diaz? Tom Segura? Eddie Bravo? I tried looking it up and found this post a few years ago by jsfly, but couldn't find anything recently. Additionally, I wasn't sure how he came across his information, but it appeared to be a very laborious process.
So, instead of spending an hour tallying each guest from #1325 to #1, I spent four hours writing a code that will do it for me. This has the advantage of (once I wrote it) being much faster, and the fact that this can be run at any point in the future, so there can always be an up-to-date list of podcast guests.
Without any further ado, from over 700 guests across almost 1400 podcasts, here are the most frequent guests on the Joe Rogan Experience: ​

Guest Appearances
Joey Diaz 41
Duncan Trussell 40
Bryan Callen 39
Ari Shaffir 36
Brian Redban 35
Eddie Bravo 33
Brendan Schaub 27
Tom Segura 26
Bert Kreischer 19
Greg Fitzsimmons 15
Aubrey Marcus 14
Tony Hinchcliffe 13
Tom Papa 13
Christopher Ryan 10
Dom Irrera 10
Daniele Bolelli 9
Cameron Hanes 9
Graham Hancock 8
Abby Martin 8
Bill Burr 8
Sam Harris 8
Steven Rinella 8
Dr. Rhonda Patrick 8
Shane Smith 7
Justin Wren 7
Neal Brennan 7
Joey "CoCo" Diaz 7
David Seaman 6
Josh Zepps 6
Honey Honey 6
Doug Stanhope 6
Bas Rutten 6
Mike Baker 6
Gad Saad 6
Jordan Peterson 6
Christina Pazsitzky 6
Andrew Santino 6
Randall Carlson 5
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2019.07.12 23:51 binkabooo Q Magazine feature

Come join JENNY LEWIS in Las Vegas and LA to hear tales of childhood fame, dysfunctional parents and a 20-year singersongwriter career full of audio riches and heartbreaking wrenches. “You wanna blaze a doob outside, then I’ll shower?” she asks EVE BARLOW.
With arms outstretched: Jenny Lewis jumps for joy, Los Angeles, 8 May, 2019.
Photography Rachael wright Watch this!” says Jenny Lewis, sipping on a Modelo. “Take a visual of this for a second.” It’s midnight in Mandalay Bay’s casino, Las Vegas, and Lewis is exiting the House Of Blues where she’s just played the debut show of her tour for fourth solo album, On The Line. In the bar next door a band plays; a group of long-haired men whose bodies look beaten by decades of strife, yet their faces exude a purposeful passion. “Big wheels keep on turning…” chews the lead vocalist. “Carry me home to see my kin.”
They holler the chorus of Lynyrd Skynyrd’s Sweet Home Alabama and Lewis marvels. “Oh my God. This! These are my people!” Lewis isn’t coming home to Vegas, though she was born here, sharing a birthday with Bowie and Elvis. Los Angeles has been her home throughout a 20-year singer-songwriter career, her second. Her first career was as a child actor. She met her agent aged two-and-a-half, bought a house at five and quit by 20. Highlights include starring in 1989’s The Wizard opposite Fred Savage and playing Lucille Ball’s granddaughter in Life With Lucy.
Tonight, she’s an extra in a different scene. “These are lounge musicians”, she says of Vegas’s Lynyrd Skynyrd. “A covers band. This is like my whole family: my parents, my sister, my brother.”
Unlike the tale of Sweet Home Alabama, Lewis doesn’t have much kin left. “Just my sister. And a shit ton of half-siblings.” Sister Leslie isn’t here, but will be at tomorrow’s LA show. Her dad died in 2010.
Eddie Gordon was a virtuoso harmonica player and absent. “He played Brahms on the harmonica – a prodigy”, she says. Her mother Linda sang in a ‘70s duo with Gordon, called Love’s Lounge. Eddie and Linda played at the Tropicana and the Sands, which has since been bulldozed. “Beautiful footage”, she says – of the bulldozing, not her parents.
Lewis grew up watching things fall apart.
It made her a great raconteur. Brother Steve lives in Minnesota. His 30-year-old covers band is called The Rockin’ Hollywoods. One night The Rockin’ Hollywoods played local bar Mancini’s. “In the middle of the set the drums stopped”, she says. The band looked back to find their drummer slumped over the kit. He’d died. It’s part of Minnesotan lore: Prince, The Replacements and this. What song did he die playing? “Footloose”, she laughs. “He died on his throne. His drum throne. God, I hope I don’t die on the fucking throne”, she says, meaning the toilet.
“What a terrible place to die.”
Her parents divorced and Lewis moved to LA’s San Fernando Valley where she still lives. Her first memory is in Vegas – of her babysitter Lisa holding her by the pool.
“Lisa was a female Elvis impersonator – called Ellis.” She chortles. “I’m not making this up. That’s the fucked-up part, I don’t make shit up.” Throughout her four albums with indie band Rilo Kiley, four solo albums, plus numerous side-projects, Lewis has never made shit up. She seems destined to outclass her family’s talents. “None of my peeps were writers”, she says. “They were song interpreters.”
That fate changed when one of Linda’s boyfriends taught seven-year-old Lewis piano. “The moment he taught me Phantom Of The Opera I took the chords and wrote about my dad.” For her 15th birthday she wanted an acoustic guitar but Linda bought her a red Stratocaster. “I was so bummed.” She studied her Beatles songbook, and another one of Linda’s boyfriends taught her Desperado by the Eagles. “I wrote five songs over Desperado’s chords. One was about my friend Camille. A dark tale.
I played her it. She goes, ‘Ugh, I hate this song.’ I was like, ‘Sorry!’”
Turns out, Lewis’s catalogue contains many such harsh facts, but for years fans assumed some of it was fantasy. When she sings, “Where my ma is now, I don’t know/ She was living in her car, I was living on the road/And I hear she’s putting that stuff up her nose” on Rabbit Fur Coat (2006), she’s singing about their estrangement. Linda used to spend Lewis’s earnings on heroin.
“When you’re a child of an addict there’s a dynamic”, she says of her premature adulthood. “But I rebelled at 15, smoked cigarettes, ran away, did acid at the mall.” From the age of 12 she was in Alateen meetings – AA for teenage relatives of addicts. “My mom was in and out of jail and rehab. I was dropped off at an Alateen dance thinking, ‘Maybe I’ll meet a cute guy!’
GETTY
Riding high: (clockwise from right) Lewis goes for a spin in her back garden, LA, 2019; acting alongside Fred Savage in 1989’s The Wizard; with Rilo Kiley, 2004. “When you’re a child of an addict there’s a dynamic. But I rebelled at 15, smoked cigarettes, ran away, did acid at the mall.”
I didn’t.” She beat a kid up at school when word got out that Linda was using. “You defend your family’s honour”, she says. “So I fucking clocked them.”
Linda died from liver cancer in October 2017: Friday 13th. Lewis was by her side for eight weeks after two decades of silent treatment. Since then, she’s been sharing more than ever about her parents. Why? “Well they’re dead, so…” she says, cuttingly. “Sorry. I mean that’s the rule. I’m spitting on their graves. I didn’t wanna hurt them. Now they’re gone it’s my story. The truth as I see it.” Before she was terrified of what she saw. “I was repressing. I was writing about it but didn’t talk about it. I let very few people in. I was afraid they’d leave.” She pauses. “And I am my mother, so…”
The inner child in Lewis is contagious. Before the interview, she’s smoking a joint in a parking lot with LA restaurateur Roy Choi – a can of La Croix in one hand, a copy of Eminent Hipsters by Steely Dan’s Donald Fagen in the other. She’s 43 going on 13: boy crazy, talks like a character in Clueless, wears a weed-shaped pendant close to her heart. Later we’ll pass a Titanic exhibit. She’ll sigh, “Oh Leo.” Lewis would hang out with DiCaprio when they were teens. What did they get up to? “Well…” she giggles.
A mensch never tells. “We played video games at the arcade. Street Fighter.” She played as the character Dhalsim. “The long-legged guy. Never Ken. Ken’s too normal and definitely not Jewish.”
Jenny Lewis: “I feel in control of my craft right now…” As Lewis lets the night guide her, gliding past slot machines lined up like dominoes, she seems unfazed by losing her way or missing her 1am bus call. “This is where I feel most at home. With dirty carpets and a faraway smoke smell. It’s truly formative.
I feel like myself.” Even in moments of joy, her face has a way of falling. It reminds me of her lyric from 2006: “I was born secular and inconsolable.” Like a child, she becomes hopeless when there’s nothing to say. She tuts, hums, shakes her head.
On The Line is a grief album mourning her mother, but began as a grief album mourning a break-up. Lewis and Scottish- American songwriter Johnathan Rice were not married, but together for 12 years and made one album as Jenny And Johnny. Rice’s new LP came out today. Titled The Long Game, it’s about that dissolution.
It includes two songs they co-wrote. Has she listened to it? Her head shakes. “I uh…” Another silence. She takes her time and whispers quietly, “Not today.”
One co-write – Another Cold One – reads like a post break-up song (“It’s bittersweet in the long run/We’re both lost, nobody won”). Again her head shakes. “Often you don’t understand a song till later.” Her break-up was “pretty fresh” when Linda was hospitalised. “Johnathan was there for me”, she says. “I never want to hurt him.” She doesn’t believe in editing herself, though.
“I’ve said before: don’t hang around cannibals if you don’t wanna get eaten. I did not listen to his record today. But his record is fair game. It’s like Fight Club. The number one rule of dating another songwriter is: you can’t say anything about their songs.”
After all, her album contains songs about Rice (“after all we been through, don’t you wanna kiss me?”). After the split, Lewis fled to New York, the first time she’d lived outside LA. Her friend Annie Clark, aka St. Vincent, gave her her apartment. When she was younger she’d dream of NYU (“I never took my SATs”). “I’ve been trying to get out of the Valley since I was 16.” In New York, she realised that wherever you go, there you are. “Kind of a bummer”, she says.
By way of circumstance the songs were the first she’s written alone since Rabbit Fur Coat. She writes “almost every day”. “I feel in control of my craft right now in a way I hadn’t fully felt before”, she says. It contains all of Lewis’s nuances: her ‘60s classicism (Heads Gonna Roll), her blues-y rockers (Red Bull & Hennessy), her balladry (Dogwood). Little White Dove is its centrepiece. An olive branch to her mother on her hospital bed, and a reclamation. “In the middle of love, I’m the little white dove/ I’m the heroine”, she sings. She performs it onstage with a victory strut and a pout.
She recorded the LP with a showstopping group of legends, including Rolling Stones producer Don Was, Beck, and Ringo Starr in Capitol’s Studio A. “He’s so cool”, she says of the Beatle. “Way more relaxed than I was. I’d say, ‘Hello Ringo’, but between my teeth I was like, ‘Oh Jesus Christ!’ I love the fucking Stones. But I’m a Beatles stan.
It’s all I listen to.” The other day she was at AutoZone getting a new car battery. The clerk, an old man from India, was playing The Beatles. They bonded. “He said something so beautiful: ‘Babies love The Beatles.’ It’s true.” She sighs. “The Beatles transcend everything.”
WE’RE NO SPRING CHICKENS BUT WE’VE STILL GOT IT.
Says Lewis about her new which includes highlights…
  1. HAPPY
From solo LP Rabbit Fur Coat (2006)
Lewis performs this sad ballad banging two wooden claves. It’s slow and sleepy, like a train pulling into its station, while she waits for contentment to return.
  1. SILVER LINING
From Rilo Kiley’s Under The Blacklight (2007)
Rilo Kiley’s final LP was a go-hard-or-gohome effort for the band; a synth-y crossover into mainstream rock. Lewis carries its legacy effortlessly. “Hooray hooray, I’m your silver lining/Hooray hooray, but now I’m gold,” she sings.
  1. JUST ONE OF THE GUYS
From solo LP The Voyager (2014)
One of Lewis’s finest: an ode to curating your own rules in a man’s world but eventually hitting a wall.“There’s only one difference between you and me,” she sings.“When I look at myself all I can see/ I’m just another lady without a baby.”
  1. RED BULL & HENNESSY
From solo LP On The Line (2019)
There’s a moment in the bridge where Lewis goes full-on Kate Bush. Contains all the drama of Fleetwood Mac, and similarly she’s lived it.
  1. WITH ARMS OUTSTRETCHED
From Rilo Kiley’s The Execution Of All Things (2002)
One of Lewis’s most beloved anthems on unrequited love. She cuts the house lights for this, invites a sea of iPhone torches and lets the crowd carry the verses.“And if you want me, you better speak up/ I won’t wait, so you better move fast.”
  1. ACID TONGUE
From solo LP Acid Tongue (2008)
A folkier acoustic ballad and one of Lewis’s best stories. She sings about taking solace in sex, drugs and rock’n’roll. “To be lonely is a habit like smoking or taking drugs/And I’ve quit them both but, man, was it rough.”
Performing These Days with Jackson Browne at the Hollywood Palladium;
“No popping, guys!” Lewis is a band freak. Before Rice, before her solo career, came Blake Sennett and Rilo Kiley. Sennett and Lewis wrote songs, played them to room-mates and formed a foursome. They took off in 2001. “It took over my entire life. I was in a relationship with my bandmate, just like my parents. The cycle continued. I had no idea.”
The band survived long after their split. “It sucked!” she says. “It was so hard. You break up, then you see the person the next day and spy on them outside the club like, ‘Are they making out with someone else?’
But I don’t know how to be with someone unless we play music together. I’m away for so long. I wanna hang with my babe.”
You wonder if it’s tough for a prolific, successful female to be with a male songwriter of lesser success. One of Rice’s new lyrics goes: “I always pictured you and me growing old disgracefully/Now I see the club’s sold out and there’s no room for me.”
She makes a pained face. “Yeah, probably not a good idea”, she says, of the question, seeking to keep things sweet. “Johnathan is amazing, and was supportive. It takes a very special person to be able to support a strong woman. It shouldn’t but it does.”
Lewis gravitated towards special men, who lent her their platform. In the 2000s, she was a queen amid a sea of male anti-heroes including Bright Eyes, Modest Mouse and Death Cab For Cutie. She was a “superfan” who studied the back of Death Cab’s Something About Airplanes LP and sent Rilo Kiley’s demos to their label Barsuk. She discovered Bright Eyes from a friend’s mixtape, bought Fevers And Mirrors and listened in the car “crying my fucking eyes out”. She wanted to know Conor Oberst. “Who was this? My soulmate? And he’s super cute? It was fucking Christmas!”
Oberst was the reason she made debut Rabbit Fur Coat, which was the catalyst for Rilo Kiley’s demise. He asked her to make a solo album for then new label Team Love.
“I go, ‘That’s so controversial, I’m in a fucking band. I’m not a solo artist. I’m a band person!’” He insisted. The resulting album – confessional, spooky and gospel-tinged – was a cut above. Soon she was invited to be on Death Cab frontman Ben Gibbard’s side-project The Postal Service, too. “What a lovely gift to pluck me out of a dysfunctional [band]. Without Conor, without Ben… They believed in me and gave me a chance to learn, to step up and just fucking do it.”
Not all have been princes, though. The unmentionable of On The Line’s players is Ryan Adams, who produced briefly. Weeks after the LP was announced, the New York Times ran a story containing allegations of sexual misconduct against Adams employing the voices of ex-wife Mandy Moore, exfiancée Megan Butterworth, artist Phoebe Bridgers and a woman named Ava who was 14 years old at the time of Adams’s alleged abuse. He worked with Lewis in early 2017.
“I was in a relationship with my bandmate, just like my parents. It was so hard. You break up, then you see the person the next day outside the club like, ‘Are they making out with someone else?’ But I don’t know how to be with someone unless we play music together.”
“I was born secular and inconsolable…”: Lewis relaxes at home;
this year’s On The Line album. Lewis looks glum when Adams’s name is mentioned. After the allegations, she tweeted, “I am deeply troubled by Ryan Adams’ alleged behavior [sic]. Although he and I had a working professional relationship, I stand in solidarity with the women who have come forward.” She told Pitchfork she “hates” that he’s on the album. It’s not Lewis who should have to justify her actions.
She doesn’t resent having these conversations. “I get scared when I’m asked about Ryan. Ryan is an important part of the bigger story of my career. We have a deep musical connection. I really appreciate his contributions. Unfortunately I sometimes feel like I can’t say it. However! Bad behaviour is bad behaviour and if you’re fucked up people are gonna find out about it. You have to treat people well. To bring it back to The Beatles, we need to project peace and love. We also need yin and yang. But we can’t accept abusive behaviour.”
The next night at LA’s Palladium, the room brims with Hollywood starriness. The set is the best she’s ever designed. In a moment only a Jenny Lewis can pull off, a perspex phone rings upon a heart-shaped platform onstage. “Oh shit”, she says. She takes the call.
“Jackson Browne?”
She asks. “I’m in the middle of a show right now…” Browne appears. They perform These Days. “Don’t confront me with my failures, I had not forgotten them”, they sing. It’s an interpretation, sure, but Lewis could have written it. Her band ran through it at soundcheck in Vegas yesterday afternoon. Who called Jackson? “I mean I actually dated his son way back”, she said backstage.
Despite her family traumas, Lewis’s inheritance – music – is her greatest ally. “It was the family business. It wasn’t a choice. But music as a job? What a fucking snooze. It’s such a gift to have success in music.
Playing in a Vegas lounge is better than jail, or another boring ass job. It’s like Cass McCombs sang [The Executioner’s Song] – you gotta love your fucking job.” As she moves into a new independent life, she’s trying to take stock more. “I’m so short. I’m five-foot-three-anda- half. I have to remind myself: Look up!”
In 2019, she’s greeted by a new generation as an icon. Her lyrics have become mantras like Buddhism for millennials. “It’s crazy to do something for 20 years, let alone do an OK job”, she says. Bus call looms once more and she sparks up. “You wanna blaze a doob outside, then I’ll shower? There’s an order for things.” Spoken like a true professional.
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2019.05.24 20:58 City_Light_Seraphs Help me propose r/Louisville!

My girlfriend and I are expecting our first child and I want to propose and I wanted to do it at our first "date" spot, which was really just a walk through Tom Sawyer, specifically near the "hidden" cave and then we sat in my car and listened to Bright Eyes - First Day of my Life. I was hoping someone on this sub could sing that song well enough to sort of play near that cave at a specific time while I propose...or if anyone knows Conor Oberst himself (wishful thinking obviously) but I could even pay a little bit of cash for the drive out and the performance. It would make it a lot more special than playing it over a Bluetooth speaker and it's the vision I've had for months now.
Help me get married, y'all!!!
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2019.05.20 07:03 botisfied_ Demonstrationen KW21

Leipzig, Kundgebung für geschlechtliche Selbstbestimmung

22.05.2019 - 18:00 Uhr Richard-Wagner-Platz, 04109 Leipzig, Deutschland https://www.facebook.com/events/1207007336133135/ Kundgebung für geschlechtliche Selbstbestimmung und gegen den Reformentwurf des TSG (Transsexuellengesetz) Neue Bedingungen für trans* Personen, die Vorname und Geschlechtseintrag ändern wollen? Am Mittwoch, den 08.05.2019, wurde überraschend ein Reformentwurf für das sog. Transsexuellen-Gesetz (TSG) durch das Bundesinnen- und Bundesjustizministerium vorgelegt. Seit 1980 regelt dasGesetz die Bedingungen für eine Vornamens- und Personenstandsänderung für trans*-Personen. Kritikpunkte zum neuen Entwurf: • Begutachtung bleibt • Gerichtsverfahren bleibt • Befragung von Ehepartner*innen. • Sperrfrist von drei Jahre... [weiterlesen]

über 250 Orte, Fridays for Future - Klimastreik zur Europawahl

24.05.2019 - 00:00 Uhr Europa https://fridaysforfuture.de/24mai/ https://fridaysforfuture.de/streiktermine/ Vom 23. bis zum 26. Mai 2019 finden Europawahlen statt. In Deutschland wird am 26. Mai gewählt. Die Klimakrise ist die größte Herausforderung der Gegenwart und muss oberste Priorität in der Politik haben. Europawahl ist Klimawahl! Es sind radikale Klimaschutzmaßnahmen notwendig, um die Einhaltung des 1,5 Grad-Ziels noch gewährleisten zu können. Als drittgrößter CO2-Emittent weltweit trägt die EU eine besondere Verantwortung im Kampf gegen die Klimakrise. Anlässlich der Europawahl werden am 24. Mai über die Grenzen Europas hinaus junge Menschen auf die Straßen gehen um auf die Bedeutung der Europawahl... [weiterlesen]

Berlin, Gedenk-Demo für Dieter Eich

24.05.2019 - 17:00 Uhr Berlin-Buch, 13125 Berlin, Deutschland Gegen Nazis und Sozialchauvinismus! Antifa-Demo im Gedenken an Dieter Eich: Fr, 24.05.2019 17:00 Uhr S-Bahnhof Buch (Pankow) Vorteffpunkt: 16:30 Uhr S-Bahnhof Gesundbrunnen (Wedding) Veranstalter*innen: Niemand ist vergessen!, North-East Antifascists [NEA], Antirassistische Initiative Berlin, DIE LINKE. Pankow, Berlin Leftist Youth (BLY), Antifa West-Berlin, Berliner Obdachlosenhilfe Wedding & Basta Erwerbsloseninitiative In der Nacht vom 23. auf den 24.05.2000, feierten vier Jungnazis eine Wohnungseinweihungsfeier. Bereits vor Beginn der Feierlichkeit beleidigten sie beim Alkoholeinkauf einen Migranten und brüllten »Sieg heil!«-Rufe aus dem Fenster der Wohnung... [weiterlesen]

Annaberg-Buchholz, den Schweigemarsch stoppen!

25.05.2019 - 00:00 Uhr Annaberg-Buchholz, Deutschland https://schweigemarsch-stoppen.de/aufruf/ Leben schützen! Abtreibung legalisieren! – Für eine feministische Praxis! Seit 2010 versammeln sich Abtreibungsgegner*innen zu einem sogenannten “Schweigemarsch für das Leben” in Annaberg-Buchholz. Die Veranstaltung wird aktuell vom Verein “Lebensrecht Sachsen e.V.” organisiert und ist ein Sammelbecken für Personen und Organisationen, die Nationalismus, Sexismus und feindliche Einstellungen gegenüber homosexuellen Menschen sowie trans, inter* und nicht binären Personen verbreiten. Eines ihrer Hauptziele ist das Verbot von Abtreibung, ohne die Möglichkeit auf Ausnahmen, sowie ein weiteres Bestehen des Vebots von Sterbehilfe. Aufgrund restri... [weiterlesen]

Dortmund, Gemeinsam gegen Nazis

25.05.2019 - 12:00 Uhr Dortmund, Deutschland http://www.blockado.info/save-the-date-25-mai-2019-gegen-den-naziaufmarsch-in-dortmund/

Oldenburg, Schulter an Schulter gegen Faschismus und Nationalismus – Für eine solidarische Gesellschaft!

25.05.2019 - 13:00 Uhr Oldenburg(Oldb), 26122 Oldenburg, Deutschland Zur Europawahl am 26. Mai 2019 wollen nationalistische und faschistische Parteien den Rechtsruck in Europa weiter vorantreiben. Wir alle sind daher gefragt, den Vormarsch der Nationalist*innen zu verhindern! In diesen Zeiten eines massiven Rechtsrucks in Deutschland und vielen anderen Ländern in Europa, der nationalen Alleingänge und Abschottungen ist es wichtiger denn je, dass wir uns für eine solidarische Gesellschaft einsetzen. Überall und grenzenlos. Bringt eure Freund*innen und Nachbar*innen mit und lasst uns gemeinsam auf die Straße gehen! https://schulteranschulter.noblogs.org/

Freiburg - Pack’s an gegen neue Polizeigesetze – Freiheit stirbt mit Sicherheit!

25.05.2019 - 14:00 Uhr wird noch bekannt gegeben Wir rufen auf zur vielfältigen und entschlossenen Beteiligung an einer erneuten Demonstration gegen neue Polizeigesetze am 25. Mai in Freiburg. Die regionale NoPolGBW-Kampagne richtet sich an alle, die gegen die Aufrüstung im Inneren aktiv werden wollen. Vom 11. bis zum 25. Mai veranstaltet das Bündnis NoPolGBW in ganz Baden-Württemberg dezentrale Aktionstage, deren Abschluss die Freiburger Demo bilden wird. Im Juli wird es eine landesweite Demonstration in Stuttgart geben – wie in anderen Bundesländern regt sich auch im Südwesten Widerstand gegen den Ausbau der Befugnisse und die Aufrüstung der Polizei. https://nopolgbw.orghttps://de.indymedia.org/node/31974

Hamburg, Antifaschistische Fahrraddemo

25.05.2019 - 17:30 Uhr Stadthausbrücke, 20354 Hamburg, Deutschland https://initiativedessauerufer.noblogs.org/ Erinnerungsorte aufbauen – Faschismus abreißen! Hiermit kündigen wir an, dass am 25. Mai eine Demonstration in Hamburg stattfinden wird, die den Fokus auf Erinnerungsorte und die Kämpfe darum setzt. Erinnern und kritisches Gedenken ist eine antifaschistische Praxis, ist Lernen für die Zukunft und eine Auseinandersetzung mit Hamburgs Verbrechensgeschichte. Mit einer Fahrraddemonstration vom Stadthaus, das im Nationalsozialismus für Folter und Verfolgung genutzt wurde, zum Lagerhaus G auf dem Kleinen Grasbrook, welches als Außenstelle des KZ Neuengamme u.a. für die Unterbringung von Zwangsarbeiter*innen herhielt, sollen aktuelle stadtpolitis... [weiterlesen]

Berlin, AfD Wahlparty zu Brei stampfen!

26.05.2019 - 15:30 Uhr Staaken, Berlin, Deutschland Am 26. Mai findet die Europawahl statt. Die AfD kommt bei Prognosen auf circa 10% und will zusammen mit der rassistischen "Lega Nord" aus Italien eine weitere rechte EU-Fraktion gründen. Bekannt ist die Lega Nord für die menschenfeindliche Politik ihres Vorsitzenden Matteo Salvini. Dieser lässt italienische Häfen für Schiffe mit geretteten Menschen im Mittelmeer schließen und überzieht Aktivist*innen z.B. von Sea-Watch mit Klagen und Schikanen. Salvini will allen beweisen, dass er ein strammer Nationalist ist und bereit, für seine Vorstellung einer Gesellschaft über Leichen zu gehen. Damit ist er der folgerichtige Partner für die AfD, die schon vor Jahren vom Schießbefehl an der ... [weiterlesen]
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2019.05.12 11:39 RuairidhS Secret Set?

Primavera are pretty good at keeping their secret shows 'secret' but it's still fun to guess. I would love to hear your guesses!
You may be able to debunk my guesses straight away but I'll give it a go..
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2019.04.19 02:28 tickethub Conor Oberst Announces U.S. Tour 2019 Dates - Tickets at Ticket Hub

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2019.02.22 18:55 dirtysocknugget [Megathread] 2019 Speculation Pt. 2

Now that more festivals and tours are being announced we can start piecing together some things. Post anything that seems noteworthy of new music (singles, eps, albums), new tours, new festival announcements, reunions, etc. I will make continuous edits to this post. Please read the list and recent comments before commenting. It's getting confusing trying to read through everything.
Confirmed Reason
Andrew W.K. It breaks the Riot Fest universe if they don't play
Blink 182 Cancelled last year; moved to this year
GWAR It breaks the Riot Fest universe if they don't play
Taking Back Sunday Play almost every year; open dates around Riot Fest
 
Very Likely Reason
Cloud Nothings Tour has a gap on 9/13 & 9/14 after being in IA
Descendents In MN on 9/12 and in Pittsburgh on 9/16
Get Up Kids Tour has a gap on 9/13 & 9/14 after being in IA
Neck Deep On tour with Blink in fall
Streetlight Manifesto Posted tour dates on Facebook with Chicago listed 9/15 now deleted
The Raconteurs No Chicago date; In Columbus on 9/13
 
Likely Reason
Against Me! New music this year; tour skips Chicago
Claypool Lennon Delirium/Les Claypool Project of some sort Tour ends in July
Flaming Lips Playing other festivals
Frank Iero No Chicago dates
Primus Leaked on Ol' Billy Bitch Tits' podcast they are touring this fall with Slayer
Red City Radio Gap after KC on 9/13; no Chicago dates
Ride Tour starts in Detroit on 9/16; no Chicago date
The Starting Line In Cleveland on 9/13
Stray Cats 40th anniversary tour skips Chicago
The Struts Iowa before RF; no Chicago date
White Reaper Tour skips Chicago
 
Possible Reason
A Day to Remember Playing other festivals
alexisonfire No Chicago date on spring/summer tour; new music
Andrew McMahon and the Wilderness Playing other festivals
Antarctigo Vespucci Chris Farren & Jeff Rosenstock side project
Anthrax Playing with other festivals with Slayer; no Chicago date
Anti-Flag Playing Warped Tour dates; 20th anniversary of A New Kind of Army; 10th anniversary of The People or the Gun
A$AP Rocky Playing other festivals
AVAIL Added east coast dates for early September
AWOLNATION Playing other festivals
B-52s Playing other festivals in the fall
Beach House Playing other festivals
Beach Slang New Music
Bikini Kill Playing reunion shows this year
Black Pistol Fire Playing other festivals
Black Star Playing other festivals
Bloc Party Silent Alarm tour starts right after Riot Fest
Bob Mould New album; nothing after April until November
The Breeders Playing a festival in June
Brockhampton Playing other festivals
Choking Victim Reunited in 2017 for a handful of shows
Cock Sparrer Playing Muddy Roots
Cold War Kids Playing other festivals
The Cure 30th anniversary of Disintegration; in Russia during Lolla
The Damned Playing Muddy Roots
Danny Brown New music
Daughters New music; no announced fall dates yet
Dave Hause or some form of Dave Hause Playing other festivals
Death Grips No Chicago date
The Dirty Nil Released new album in Sept. 2018
The Dwarves Playing Muddy Roots
Everclear Playing one off show(s); no Chicago dates
FIDLAR New album
Foo Fighters No Chicago dates; playing other festivals
Frank Turner Tour skips Chicago; no dates for Sept. or Oct.
From First to Last Rumors of a reunion
Fucked Up New album
Garbage No Chicago date; playing other festivals
Gaslight Anthem Played reunion shows in 2018
Grayscale Tour skips Chicago
Green Day 25th anniversary of Dookie
Guided by Vioces No Chicago dates
Highly Suspect Playing other festivals
Hippo Campus Playing other festivals
Ho99o9 Playing other festivals; no Chicago dates
Hot Snakes Spring tour skips Chicago
The Interrupters New music; playing other festivals
Jeff Rosenstock Released new music in 2018; hasn't played before
The Killers Playing other festivals
L7 Playing other festivals; new music
Leftover Crack Touring; have played in the past
Less Than Jake Play frequently
Los Straitjackets Tour skips Chicago; 9/15 open
Lucero Tour skips Chicago
Masked Intruder New album
MC50 Playing Muddy Roots
MGMT No Chicago date
Municipal Waste Playing with other festivals with Slayer; no Chicago date
Nick Lowe Tour skips Chicago; 9/15 open
NOFX Playing other festivals this summer
Noname No dates after 8/21; opening for Anderson .Paak on 6/4
OFF! Playing Muddy Roots
The Offspring Playing other festivals
Pennywise Playing other festivals this summer
Peter Murphy/Bauhaus Bauhaus was rumored for last year; has visa issues cleared up
Pharcyde Playing other festivals
PiL Playing a festival this spring
Portugal. the Man Playing other festivals
Priests New album; playing other festivals this summer
Public Enemy 25th anniversary of Muse Sick-n-Hour Mess Age
Rancid Haven't played since 2015; playing other festivals
Reel Big Fish Tour skips Chicago
Rise Against Acoustic tour in spring
The Roots Playing other festivals
Royal Blood Playing other festivals
Senses Fail Upcoming tour announcements
Silversun Pickups New music in June; playing Kaaboo, but RF and Kaaboo have shared bands in the past
Sir Sly Playing other festivals
Slayer No Chicago date
Sleater-Kinney New music this year
The Story So Far Skip Chicago
$uicideboy$ Playing other festivals
Tash Sultana Playing other festivals
Teenage Bottlerocket New music
Television Has spring shows
Titus Andronicus New music
Toadies 25th anniversary of Rubberneck
Toy Dolls No tours booked for fall
Transplants If Blink and Rancid are there
Tyler the Creator Playing a couple of other festivals
The Vandals Playing other festivals
Violent Femmes No Chicago date
 
Out Reason
311 Chicago date 7/6
Adam Ant Chicago date 9/7
The Adicts Chicago date 8/24
AFI Chicago date 8/15
The Aggrolites Chicago date 8/3
AJR Piqniq;Lollapalooza
Alice in Chains Ticket to Rock act
Alice Cooper In Europe
Anberlin Chicago date 6/29
Angels and Airwaves Chicago date 9/21
Arkells Lollapalooza
As Cities Burn Chicago date 7/9
Atreyu Chicago date 7/12
August Burns Red Chicago date 7/1
Avengers Chicago date 10/16
Babymetal Chicago date 9/20
Bad Cop/Bad Cop Mexico City 9/14
Baroness Chicago area date 7/23
Beast Coast Chicago date 8/14
Ben Folds California dates all RF weekend
Behemoth Ticket to Rock act
Big D and the Kids Table Chicago date 8/30
Billy Idol Ribfest 7/3
Black Flag Chicago date 8/25; no wants this Black Flag; Fuck Greg Ginn
Black Keys Chicago date 9/27
Bleached Chicago date 9/29
The Bollweevils Playing 350 Fest V
Breaking Benjamin Ticket to Rock act
Bring Me the Horizon Lollapalooza
The Bronx Chicago date 8/17
Built to Spill Dates during Riot Fest
Cage the Elephant Chicago date 7/31
Cake Chicago area date 8/8
Cancer Bats In Canada RF weekend
Car Seat Headrest Chicago date 7/1
Cheap Trick Chicago date 9/7
Chevelle Ticket to Rock act; Lollapalooza
Circa Survive Chicago date 7/12
CHON Chicago date 6/28
Coheed & Cambria Chicago date 6/14
Conor Oberst Chicago date 7/24
Counterparts Chicago date 7/25
Courtney Barnett Taste of Chicago
The Cult Open Air
Deafheaven In Hungary on 9/16
Death Cab for Cutie Lollapalooza
Denzel Curry Lollapalooza
Die Antwoord West Coast dates during RF
The Distillers Chicago date 5/22
Direct Hit! Playing 350 Fest V
Dirty Heads Chicago date 7/6
D.R.I. Playing other shows all Riot Fest weekend
Earl Sweatshirt Pitchfork
Every Time I Die Chicago date 6/14
Ex Hex California date 9/13
Freddie Gibbs Pitchfork
George Clinton & P-Funk Playing Summer Camp
Ghost Playing Open Air
Gogol Bordello Chicago date 6/1
Goldfinger Chicago date 8/30
Great Grandpa Chicago date 7/8
Greta Van Fleet In New Zealand 9/10
The Head and the Heart Chicago date 9/13
Helmet In Europe during Riot Fest
The Hives Chicago date 5/20
The Hold Steady Chicago dates 8/22 - 8/24; in Boston RF weekend
IDLES Lollapalooza
Iron Chic Playing 350 Fest V
James Chicago date 7/23
Japanese Breakfast Lollapalooza
Jason Isbell Chicago date 6/15
Jawbox Chicago dates 7/27 & 7/28
Jenny Lewis Chicago date 6/8; other dates during Riot Fest weekend
Jimmy Eat World Chicago date 6/27
Joan Jett Chicago area date 7/20
Joyce Manor Chicago date 8/3
JPEGMAFIA Pitchfork
King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard Chicago date 8/24
Korn Ticket to Rock act
Knuckle Puck Chicago date 6/14
Kurt Vile Pitchfork
Lawrence Arms Chicago date 8/9
Le Butcherettes Chicago date 9/7
Lil Wayne Lollapalooza
Lizzo Chicago date 9/28
Living Colour Ribfest 7/3
The Lumineers Piqniq
Mac DeMarco Chicago date 9/28 & 9/29
Machine Gun Kelly Chicago date 6/11
The Maine Chicago date 7/24
Mastadon Chicago date 6/14
Me First & the Gimme Gimmes Playing 350 Fest V
Melvins Chicago date 9/26
Menzingers Playing 350 Fest V
The Mighty Mighty Bosstones Playing 350 Fest V
Millencolin West Coast dates during RF
Mr. T. Experience Punk the Burbs Fest
Mitski Lollapalooza
Modest Mouse Chicago date 9/27
Naked Raygun Playing 350 Fest V
New Found Glory Chicago date 6/23
Nick Cave Chicago date 9/30
OFF! Melvins/Red Kross tour conflicts
Parquet Courts Playing Pitchfork
Pixies In Europe during Riot Fest
Propagandhi Florida dates Riot Fest weekend
Psychedlic Furs Chicago date 7/23
PUP Fall tour has dates most of Riot Fest weekend
Pusha T Pitchfork
The Queers Chicago date 7/27
Ra Ra Riot Chicago date 6/27
Real Friends Chicago date 6/23
Red Kross Chicago date 9/26
Refused Chicago date 5/20
Rival Sons Chicago date 9/25
Sanction Chicago date 7/25
Saves the Day Chicago date 8/3
Screaming Females Chicago date 7/25
Screeching Weasel Chicago date 7/27
Sharptooth In Canada RF weekend
Shinedown Ticket to Rock act
Silent Planet Chicago date 7/1
Silverstein Chicago date 7/1
Single Mothers In Canada RF weekend
Slash Lollapalooza
Sleeping with Sirens Chicago date 7/12
Slightly Stoopid Chicago date 7/21
Slipknot Ticket to Rock act
Smashing Pumpkins In Europe; Chicago date 8/15
Snail Mail Pitchfork
Social Distortion Chicago date 9/7?
Spoon Chicago date 7/31
Squeeze Chicago date 8/31
StereoLab Pitchfork
Stephen Malkmus In Europe during Riot Fest
Stick to Your Guns Chicago date 7/25
Stiff Little Fingers Chicago date 10/16
Stone Temple Pilots Chicago date 9/25
Strike Anywhere Mexico City 9/14
Sublime with Rome Chicago date 7/5
$uicideboy$ Chicago date 8/16
The Strokes Lollapalooza
Suicide Machines Playing 350 Fest V
System of a Down Playing Open Air
Tame Impala Lollapalooza
Tenacious D Lollapalooza
Terror Chicago date 7/25
Thee Oh Sees/Oh Sees Chicago dates 10/11 & 10/12
Third Eye Blind Chicago date 6/27
Thrice Chicago date 7/12
Tool Playing Open Air
Touche Amore Chicago date 6/20
Tsunami Bomb Punk the Burbs Fest
Turbonegro Latin America dates all of RF weekend
Turnstile Chicago date 8/16
Two Door Cinema Club Chicago date 9/21
The Used Chicago date 7/12
Vampire Weekend Chicago date 6/16
The Vibrators Chicago date 8/30
Weird Al Yankovic Chicago date 7/28
Wu Tang Clan Chicago date 6/1
Year of the Knife Chicago date 7/25
Zebrahead Playing 350 Fest V
ZZ Top Chicago date 9/7
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2019.02.07 11:41 TheGreatZiegfeld [DISCUSSION] My Top Forty Favorite Albums of January 2019

remember when I used to do this every month? yeeeeeah... it's been a year hasn't it
It’s not easy to “get” a lot of music. I like to think my musical journey has been less about finding the music I “get”, and more about trying to “get” particular music in ways its biggest fans might. A specific album not being to my liking is not a failure in and of itself, though a whole genre or musical movement going over my head does encourage me to look harder and ask around for where I might find its eventual appeal. How does music open its door to allow itself to be deeply personal to some people? Even if a specific album doesn’t hit me in such a way, I want, if nothing else, a glimpse of what others find so powerful about it.
I don’t do this to make any argument about “my albums are better than yours” or to deliberately rank all your favorites low. I want to search what you find so beautiful, to see if I can share that kind of experience with you. ("You" being /ListeningHeads, in addition to friends IRL who share a passion for music) And hopefully you can do the same and search for the ones I found most exciting in my own dumb little journey. Deal?
ehhh you’re scrolling down already aren’t you. No fear, the list happens regardless. Here are the best albums I have heard from January of this year. A little later than I planned, and with some albums I wish I had heard, but oh well.

HM. Vaal - Nosferatu (Techno)

A shoutout to this debut record from the young Italian artist Vaal. Her sound definitely shows some growing pains in its combinations of styles that together sound somewhat dated and cheap at times, but Vaal’s compositions show ridiculous amounts of potential and lead to some terrific moments worth exploring.
Track to Try: Small Victories

HM. ROME - Le ceneri di Heliodoro (Neofolk)

Far from ROME’s finest moment, though that is to be expected considering their difficult to match reputation regarding their best records. It might find itself a little too on-the-nose at times lyrically, and not every song hits like its brightest moments promise, but there is a beauty to be found here at its largest.
Track to Try: Desinvolture

40. William Tyler - Goes West (Americana)

We need more quietly happy music. Tyler is a good example of this without sacrificing qualities that make other moods interesting to hear. Not a lot of conflict or catharsis, but a lot to admire.
Track to Try: Not In Our Stars

39. SUNDAYS - Wiaca (Indie Folk)

SUNDAYS might lack the nuance that I really desire from similar groups in their lane, though I cannot deny there is a deep passion and lush atmosphere in this Denmark debut. Their few steps closer to the left field really prove how incredible their compositions and performances can be, with a degree of detail that pushes it beyond other groups that failed at doing what SUNDAYS does well. I do hope they find a better balance to their extravagance in the coming years, though to reach such heights so early in their careers is admirable.
Track to Try: Turn

38. Tallies - Tallies (Dream Pop)

Alright, alright, I’m a sucker for this sort of thing. And the Canadian background is just a bonus. Shoegazey dream pop that rarely reaches beyond its range but always rides its own cool and comfortable little wave.
Track to Try: Not So Proud

37. Nkisi - 7 Directions (Techno)

I find this record was the one lesser-known publications really clung to when it came to electronic releases this month. I can’t say I fully get it, as its repetition doesn’t always foster growth in any powerful or exciting way. It does however operate in this minimal and atmospheric space that brings about a ton of physicality and energy even in its slower progression.
Track to Try: III

36. Vessel of Iniquity - Void of Infinite Horror (Black Metal)

Okay, okay… it’s probably an EP. Sue me. I do want to mention it regardless for how pummeling, noisy, and exciting it can be. Even at its most incomprehensible and repetitive, there isn’t a lot of groups in the black metal scene that bring as real of an edge as this. Practically breaking the air between it and you, this is certainly a sound I would like to hear more of not only from the underground, but hopefully the mainstream black metal scene too.
Track to Try: Mother of Abomination

35. Juan Wauters - La Onda de Juan Pablo (Indie Folk)

Happy nostalgic foreign folkishness from Wauters. I know it’s common to parody this style of music and to only hear it in the jokish attitude we’ve taken towards it through our local media, but in its more sincere form, it’s a lovely thing to hear.
Track to Try: A Volar

34. Eddyevvy - Eddyevvey (Dream Pop)

Another self-titled shoegazey dream pop record from Canada? It’s almost like I have a few biases of my own! What puts this a bit above Tallies is the more consistently rewarding songwriting and a greater commitment to the shoegaze sound without having it feel gimmicky or like a crutch. And a slight psychedelic edge helps it too.
Track to Try: Drag

33. Croatian Amor - Isa (Post-Industrial)

For those fond of Amnesia Scanner, or SOPHIE, or Yves Tumor, or Gazelle Twin, or anyone in the experimental post-industrial lane, Croatian Amor’s newest record is like a more conceptual, slightly more awkward and less musical form of that. Its production borders on incredible and it features some exciting ideas, though it can still feel like its feeling the way to places other artists have already reached. Nevertheless that initial excitement and the rattling industrial physicality meshed with pop and ambient elements makes for a listen still unique to its artist.
Track to Try: Point Reflex Blue

32. Eric Taxxon - Astral (Ambient)

Taxxon’s first of what will probably be many records from 2019 (nine from 2018 with two EPs, seven from 2017 with two EPs, nine from 2016 with two EPs… you get the idea), Taxxon’s gentle and outdoor aesthetic isn’t especially challenging but always makes for something comforting and beautiful, without sacrificing complexity in the process. I’m excited to see how he further develops as an artist as he grows older and builds on what he knows.
Track to Try: Astral 4

31. MONO - Nowhere Now Here (Post-Rock)

From the legendary Japanese post-rockers, MONO rarely subverts their own formula but proves that there is still a ton of life to be found in its harder and its softer moments. At worst it presses forward for the sake of it, and at its best there is a lot of beauty and intensity to be found. When MONO’s legendary status shows is in its epic atmosphere which, when it works, is nearly unrivalled.
Track to Try: After You Comes the Flood

30. Angelo De Augustine - Tomb (Indie Folk)

Two years after the terrific “Swim Inside the Moon”, Augustine returns clearer and seemingly higher budget. So much of what makes him a spectacular performer remains, though his more obvious lyrical immaturity this time around is definitely something that holds Tomb back from its ultimate potential. Nevertheless, performances this gorgeous are hard to ignore.
Track to Try: Tide

29. James Blake - Assume Form (Art Pop)

Blake, for better or worse, has always been a unique face in whatever scene he fit. And while his songwriting still lacks some direction, his performances and distinctive sound is welcome both by itself and alongside some eclectic features (Travis Scott, Metro Boomin, Andre 3000, Rosalia, Moses Sumney). Blake rests on his imperfect but always intriguing versatility.
Track to Try: Assume Form

28. TOY - Happy in the Hollow (Neo-Psychedelia)

Despite some sleepier performances on TOY’s part, Happy in the Hollow is one of the more faithful shoegaze imitations I have heard in recent years. The sound of shoegaze here is used as a way to merge subgenres, from indie rock and krautrock to psychedelic and dream pop. Never the liveliest album, but one that buries itself in its roots and expands beyond them in a way that proves they can be used beyond the kitsch of the idea in retrospective.
Track to Try: You Make Me Forget Myself

27. Rival Sons - Feral Roots (Blues Rock)

Arguably derivative, as Rival Sons have always been. But it’s tough to find a hard rock group with as much extravagance as them. Their lyrical ability lets them down in awkward stumble they should really be over at this point in their careers, and some weaker tracks pad the album out longer than it probably should (though every track thankfully brings something to the table), but… I can’t help it, man. Their own energy brought to Feral Roots makes this a solid outing with a few stunning moments.
Track to Try: Too Bad

26. Electric Octopus - Smile (Psychedelic Rock)

Alright, it’s probably the ol’ Octopi’s worst outing to date. But when your worst album is still one of the better records of the month, you’re still bringing something worthwhile to the discussion. A different sort of record for the group for sure, with less of that drugged out haziness and more sporadic and sparse tracks, it’s an outfit the group wears a little worse but still in a way that shows their collaborative skills as a group. It is definitely worthwhile, though considering their prolific last few years I’d say give one of their older records a try instead if you haven’t. This will still be here if you need it. And you might.
Track to Try: Moth Dust

25. Pom Pom - Untitled II (Minimal Techno)

With dozens of EPs released since 2001, Pom Pom dropped off the face of the Earth for about eight years before their return as a cult techno outfit in 2018. Untitled II is Pom Pom’s first full-length project since 2008 and while its minimalism does constrain it sometimes, there is clearly a lot of legroom for experimentation, variation, and just flexing techno sounds of the past and present quite fluidly. It’s unknown as to who exactly is Pom Pom or why they choose to release their work with no real press, but it’s good to see their work hold some impact even today.
Track to Try: Untitled 8

24. Julia Kent - Temporal (Post-Minimalism)

From Kent’s more classical compositions to her briefer ambient tracks, there is both a variety to Temporal as well as a uniformity to the album as a whole. You may recognize Kent as being the cello player from Antony and the Johnsons, and her skill in elegantly and comfortably mixing string and electronic elements is brought to center stage here. And deservedly so.
Track to Try: Last Hour Story

23. Ustad Saami - God Is Not a Terrorist (Khyal)

A real weight in Saami’s performances as it melts into the droning instrumentation all makes for a patient and powerful experience. Even in cultural distance, God Is Not a Terrorist is both an impressive listen, but also a hypnotic and spiritual one, compelling and even otherworldly in how often its textures bend when paired with one another.
Track to Try: Longing

22. Deerhunter - Why Hasn't Everything Already Disappeared? (Neo-Psychedelia)

While far from Deerhunter’s finest hour, WHEAD is another gorgeous run of tracks from the group with its stream-of-consciousness songwriting and brilliant little musical moments that allow it all to shine so well. And of course those textures are still prime, as to be expected. A solid entry to keep Deerhunter fans happy and healthy and hhhhhhhhhsatisfied. Or something like that.
Track to Try: Death in Midsummer

21. Mo'ynoq - Dreaming in a Dead Language (Black Metal)

when you gotta tell your black metal boys to keep it down because their beautiful atmospheric guitars, crushing drums, and explosive vocals are keeping up your WIFE
Track to Try: Carve My Name

20. Jay Mitta - Tatizo Pesa (African Electronic)

Nyege Nyege is one of my favorite labels out right now for their experimental and culturally vibrant electronic music that doesn’t sound like a whole lot else that’s coming out right now. I wouldn’t go as far as to say Mitta is the most exciting face of the label yet (that would be Uganda’s Nihiloxica), but the minimal percussive and hypnotic tracks of Tatizo Pesa are a ton of fun and scratch an itch I didn’t know I had.
Track to Try: Dura

19. You Tell Me - You Tell Me (Indie Pop)

Okay, okay, I know this record was met with lukewarm reception at best. But this collaboration between Sarah Hayes and Peter Brewis (Field Music) shares a lot of the same appeal as Field Music’s latest album (which was also met with somewhat lukewarm reception despite my love for it). This time around, Hayes’s songwriting takes center stage, and while it can sometimes ramble on, she builds on the extravagant instrumentation in ways that add to the final product and make for an overall wonderful and happy time. Maybe not on the same level of Field Music, but certainly in that same ballpark.
Track to Try: Clarion Call

18. Better Oblivion Community Center - Better Oblivion Community Center (Indie Rock)

Speaking of self-titled indie collaborations… here we are. Featuring both Conor Oberst (foreshadowing to the next album on this list…) and Phoebe Bridgers in an unexpected combination of terrific modern-day songwriters. While I might prefer both artist’s solo work to this album specifically, I certainly wouldn’t take this album back as a sign of their skills in a different sounding lane. And besides the occasional awkward step, the cuts here are gorgeous additions to their own work. I do hope to hear more from these two in tandem, even if I would still like another solo outing here or there.
Track to Try: Service Road

17. Crane Like the Bird - Crane Like the Bird (Indie Pop)

Remember this one? Because no one does! Because no one heard it! This was in fact my last record before doing up this list, and one I didn’t even plan on trying until I looked more into it. Kyle Crane, known for his stand-in drumming for the film Whiplash in addition to some work with artists like Kurt Vile, comes together with a pop album built in part on the amount of features he pulls together. James Mercer of The Shins! Ben Bridwell of Band of Horses and Carissa’s Wierd! Conor Oberst of Bright Eyes! (I told you he’d be back) Nearly every track has a feature with a notable artist who brings something to their respective track. It’s like having some old friends pop in from your earlier music-listening years, where every song sounds similar but the contributions are all unique to the person contributing. It’s a great little record and one I’m surprised no one really noticed.
Track to Try: Mendocino

16. Black to Comm - Seven Horses for Seven Kings (Dark Ambient)

A lengthy, droning, and strange ambient record that is for anything but sleeping or relaxing to. It can be a bit unsettling, though I think it’s more intense and foreign than anything else. Not inaccessible or scary, but certainly something else from its peers or its genre. And never losing itself to the startlingly close or oddly distant textures that continue to push it forward in sound, to places that weren’t asked for or expected but make for an album separate from other recent dark ambient efforts.
Track to Try: Angel Investor

15. Sharon Van Etten - Remind Me Tomorrow (Indie Pop)

A more abstract effort for Van Etten, Remind Me Tomorrow may not be her finest moment but it is one of her most forward-thinking. Some refining would be appreciated before she dives even deeper into this side of art pop rather than the folkishness of her past, but it is a record that excites as much sonically as it does in its potential for greater things down the road.
Track to Try: Memorial Day

14. Ill Considered - Ill Considered 5 (Avant-Garde Jazz)

Another great record for this rising jazz group, their weird and improvisational sound never gets in the way of some really tight and thought-out songs. Rather than flex with what they know, they really work off of each other to construct something brilliant beyond the brilliance of one particular member. I expect more to come from this group in the future, with their ceiling of skill allowing for so much more to bring, if they continue to build on the greatness they’ve clearly already worked with before.
Track to Try: Unicorn

13. Jo David Meyer Lysne - Henger i luften (Modern Classical)

The wide range of genres explored here allow for a larger exploration of Lysne’s abstract, often gentle soundscapes. Its direction is vague and entirely personal, and its atmosphere is unlike most of what I’ve heard that even remotely resembles it. I hope to hear more from this young composer in the future, whether that be through more collaborations or in his unrestrained solo work as seen to an already incredible degree here.
Track to Try: Svalene på Årnes Brygge

12. Yonathan Avishai - Joys and Solitudes (Jazz)

Despite being more on the conventional side of jazz as opposite to the improvisational Ill Considered from earlier in this list, the sheer elegance and atmosphere of Yonathan Avishai and his jazz-boys are really something stunning. This is the kind of record you play when you want all the complexity that jazz has to offer while still being a gentle and comfortable record to score your own late-night strolls or drives. Nothing game-changing or unbelievable, but outstanding all the same.
Track to Try: Mood Indigo

11. Siavash Amini & Matt Finney - Second Shift (Dark Ambient)

Amini remains one of my favorite producers in the various subgenres of electronic music. This is his third and finest collaboration with Matt Finney, with Finney’s spoken word being much more subdued and buried beneath Amini’s terrifying and stunning ambient compositions. While I wouldn’t say it is Amini’s finest record, it contains some of his finest moments to date. I’m excited for what he brings to the table next.
Track to Try: Still Remember

10. DAWN - New Breed (R&B)

Rooted in the era-spanning sounds of its own culture, backing Dawn Richard who brings to her record a ton of personality in addition to some really poignant observations and connections made to those outside of her own sound and experience. Sometimes immature or reminiscent of other artists, but never in a way that feels insincere or accidental. It wears everything it knows on its sleeve and doesn’t sacrifice thought for the infectious energy that makes the first impression.
Track to Try: Shades

9. Brìghde Chaimbeul - The Reeling (Scottish Folk Music)

Chaimbeul’s piping is so intricate and precise it often does resemble the deliberation of genres like electronic music without losing any degree of organic instrumentation. With the bare essentials Chaimbeul brings a collection of incredible songs and soundscapes that could easily have been a perfect score to a film or show. Instead, it stands on its own as something to put your own impressions to, and imagine whatever it is that feels most appropriate to something that sounds as modern and avant-garde as it does historical and foreign.
Track to Try: Moma e Moma Rodila

8. Clairmont the Second - Do You Drive? (Hip Hop)

As Clairmont the Second continues to mature and widen his inspirations, his latest record seems to borrow smaller moments and introspections from various TDE members. He doesn’t sound out of place with a lot of the label’s recent output, with his own culture being fully embraced as both a reaction to and as a contrast to his own recent reflections and uncertainty. Sometimes taking a more conventional route for the genre with his songs, while other times leaning more closely to R&B, this is Clairmont the Second’s most fully realized project to date with none of the growing pains from past albums. A real sign of his unappreciated power in artistic statement.
Track to Try: Grip

7. Sarah Louise - Nighttime Birds and Morning Stars (Free Folk)

Her last solo record was her instrumentation taking a backseat to her own stunning vocals. This record shows her versatility in doing the opposite, having her vocals be more of a detail to stunning instrumentation and production. While I still await her perfect mixture of the two, Nighttime Birds and Morning Stars reinforces Louise as one of modern day’s most unappreciated and stunning songwriters. I’ve heard it described as post-human? And both in the context of her discography and on its own, that makes a lot of sense.
Track to Try: Chitin Flight

6. Endless Chasm & Dosis Letalis - Channeling Fire (Harsh Noise Wall)

What distinguishes good Harsh Noise Wall records from bad ones is their sheer density. I’ve heard records in this subgenre that felt one-note, with not a whole lot to be discovered beyond that initial blast of noise that comes through and is stretched out for the sake of filling time. A good Harsh Noise Wall record can still be lengthy, can still drone, but where it subverts from its peers is in how much exists beyond that initial impression and the immediate shock of sound that is inherent to the subgenre. Channeling Fire is one of the densest I’ve heard in a some time, with the two tracks feeling perfectly paired and relevant to each other without sounding the same. It’s an acquired taste, sure, but I do think this is one of the best records of the month in its viciousness and even in its more hypnotic quality.
Track to Try: Inner Void

5. Malibu Ken - Malibu Ken (Hip Hop)

I like Aesop Rock best when his abstract lyricism and imagery turns vivid and cartoonish. It’s hard to say if I consider this his best record so far, but I think it appeals closest to what I want to see out of his work. And Tobacco adds to this cartoonishness with psychedelic and strange production that Aesop Rock adjusts to incredibly. If this is a one-off, it’s one I’m grateful for. Plus it’s hard to imagine what another Malibu Ken record would sound like. I couldn’t have imagined THIS record before I heard it. I guess that speaks to its uniqueness.
Track to Try: Corn Maze

4. Eleni Karaindrou - Tous des oiseaux (Post-Minimalism/Classical)

One of film’s finest ever composers, Tous des oiseaux is a combination of two different scores she worked on, the very first she has done since the passing of longtime collaborator Theo Angelopoulos. Both sides of the record fit very snugly together into this overall package, and her extravagance as a composer while paired with other incredible (mostly) Greek performers is absolutely exceptional, even this far into her career.
Track to Try: The Waltz of Hope

3. GNOD R&D - VOL.3 (Dark Ambient)

From two of GNOD’s members comes this ambient side-group, with their latest cassette VOL.3 being apparently their take on updating tribal music to greater abstraction. Still very clearly the work of GNOD while taking their sound in a completely different direction, this cassette is aggressive, dense, and flowing in-and-out with other subgenres that make the experience all the more unique and abrasive. It is, if nothing else, a weird time. In 70+ minutes it never turns boring or predictable, while never feeling random or overly sporadic either. Everything makes sense, though that doesn’t make it conventional or comfortable. It’s vicious, though entirely organized and perfected to a degree that still astounds me when I revisit it.
Track to Try: RB

2. The Twilight Sad - It Won/t Be Like This All the Time (Post-Punk)

Taking its inspirations and going full force in modernity to push the genre further and further into the modern age and beyond. It feels like a necessary update, an extraordinary take on why rock music is slowly turning to a new and finer era as it grows closer to various electronic influences. As much as it calls to the past, it really does sound like the eventual point we SHOULD reach with rock music.
Track to Try: VTr

1. Gum Takes Tooth - Arrow (Experimental Rock)

And to further my point of us getting a real glimpse at rock’s future in January, I have Gum Takes Tooth. Krautrockishness with these really lengthy and percussive tracks, balancing brilliant drumming and electronics as every elements builds and rises as if each track were its own album. Even its weaker elements on reflection feel like they bend something to its own will, building on a preconceived sound or using it to more tensely stack the deck for the next track to deliver. This culminates in the final track holding all the cards, following several slower songs and delivering one of the most cathartic final few minutes in modern music memory. This record isn’t for everyone. In fact it’s for nobody. This record is too good for me. None of us deserve it, and yet here it is. The best record of January. Feels good.
Track(s) to Try: The Arrow, AND No Walls No Air, AND House Built of Fire
please validate my opinions in the comments
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2019.02.01 20:02 callmemaybeishmael My introduction to polyamory

It's been seven months since I met A. who happens to be my first boyfriend -- my very first partner ever -- and the first person I've fell in love with.
From the very first day we started chatting in one of those dating apps, he told me he was poly and that he had a boyfriend with whom he had been for five years. However, I decided to keep our little thing going on. I'd say our original intention was to keep this casual, or even maybe to keep it as a one night stand -- or personally, my original intention was to go out with him on a regular date after too many rain checks from my side but it turned out that I actually liked him, felt comfortable with him and went over to his apartment on that first date -- but we went with the flow and started developing feelings for each other until the point that polyamory had to be brought back to the table to have a chat about it.
A. told me he had the intention to live with his boyfriend, G., eventually and asked me if I had no problem with it, if even though I had never been in any kind of relationship one of my dreams about it was to eventually live with someone and have exclusivity, because if so, he said he didn't want to hurt me by keeping our relationship, whatever its nature was, going. He said it would be painful for both of us to part our ways but that if we were not on the same page it would be more painful and harder as it moved forward. To all of this I said I had no problem with it; that 26 years of being single had given me a sort of odd perspective on life, expectations, and most important, an openness to try anything -- besides, I've always thought of myself as someone who is always up for anything unorthodox.
This was easily said though, and about a month ago I finally met G. at a gathering A. threw at this place -- this being the first time he introduced me to his social circle overall, by the way -- and it turned out pretty well: I liked G. and he liked me. But as I gradually fell in love with A. and as the time for them to start living together came closer, this dynamic started to freak me out: I felt as an intruder in a relationship that was perfectly built; I often used the metaphor that I was a satellite in their orb. Then the time came, when I had to ask myself if this was the best thing for me, that I did want to be close and intimate with him and after too much overthinking I thought that perhaps us living together was the key for it; a key that was out of reach at least for the moment. I felt lonely, left-out, an outcast, the plan b, the second term, et al, and the words someone once said to me kept ringing in my head at night: that I would be left brokenhearted for falling for someone who wasn't single. However, after too much emotional work I discovered these feelings of loneliness came from roots that went way deeper and way back before I met A., they were issues I was just casting on him, whereas in my core I knew I wanted to be with him and that I was interested in trying polyamory out, that even if my first relationship would have been a monogamous one, there would still be a chance for me to have my heart broken by any sort of circumstance, because such is life and like Conor Oberst said: with these things there's no telling, and if you don't live and skip certain things out of fear you may miss a great deal.
Anyway, after putting myself together with lots of emotional work, of starting therapy for the first time (which I had always avoided), I decided I wanted to be with A., that it was time to admit that I loved him and that I was willing to try this dynamic. The time for G. to move to A.'s place happened last week and I felt great with myself for being okay with it, to the point that I even offered G. my car for him to move his stuff to A.'s.
So for the last days A. had been inviting me over to sleep to see how I felt in this new environment since we always slept together at least once a week, either at my apartment or at his but now things at his had significantly changed. He has been very kind, caring, and thoughtful about how I feel in all of this and I'm very grateful for it, especially because ever since we met I started reading about polyamory and found out many people have the mindset like: "you're not ready for this? then I'm sorry, move along," which I think is a very base thing to do, instead of trying, making due changes, caring for that other person and leading them to an agreement and most important, to a scenario where all parties can feel great about it all, and that's exactly the way he has been with me; and even though things are still stressful at work (on which I'm working on emotionally through therapy), yesterday I finally went over to A.'s, which is a place that I already knew by heart, but for some reason I though it would feel strange, or rather, that I'd feel like a stranger, like the first time I went there. Surprisingly, that was not the case, and both A. and G. were very respectful about my concerns, my nervousness, my shyness and introversion (which happens naturally and A. knows me quite well at this point), and they welcomed me to what is now their home and told me I would always be welcome, anytime I wanted or needed it, like even if I quit my job out of stress and have troubles paying rent, they told me I would always be welcome there. We talked quite casually and it turned out G. is quite interested about feminism and gender theory as well as me, and I thought that was pretty cool. Furthermore, he gave me certain space with A. and went to his room at some point and left us both alone to chat and watch tv.
Well, now I feel quite great about all of this and I wanted to share this with you. This is not an ordinary relationship at all (but sometimes I think to myself: hey, let's face it, being homosexual you're not ordinary in the eyes of some people anyway), and even though it has its challenges, these are balanced by its advantages after you work on your emotions, after you work them for the one you love, but most importantly, for yourself; they require communication, openness and love, but that should be the case for any sort of relationship after all, either poly or not. Now I see that it may not happen the way the media and history in general have always portrayed how it is to share a home with someone; for now not only have I my home (the one where I pay rent, the one where I can be on my own with my own thoughts, on which I'm currently working on) but I've gained another home in which I'm welcome, and both of which I can gladly share with A., and from what I know so far about poly, that is quite an important keyword: sharing.
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2019.01.29 13:38 VietRooster [ALBUM DISCUSSION] White Fence - I Have To Feed Larry's Hawk

White Fence - I Have to Feed Larry's Hawk

Release Date: January 25th
Label: Drag City
Genre: Psychedelic Pop, Psychedelic Rock
Singles: I Have to Feed Larry's Hawk, Lorelei
Streams: Spotify, Apple Music, Google Play
Schedule
Date Album
Mon. Phoebe Bridgers & Connor Oberst - Better Oblivion Community Center / FIDLAR - Almost Free / Sunflower Bean - King of the Dudes
Tues. Mike Krol - Power Chords / Blood Red Shoes - Get Tragic / White Fence - I Have to Feed Larry's Hawk
this is an unofficial discussion for reactions to the album or whatever your little heart desires. this is for the sake of preserving discussion on as many albums as possible. if there's any releases for the week (or in general) that may be of interest missing from the schedule either PM me or leave a comment somewhere and i'll add it.
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