Yes! Love Mogwai. I kinda lost interest in them for a while, but they 'returned' to me last year. Saw them twice on the tour of their latest album - loved it.the delgados said:
No worries, sometimes I just prefer to listen to the silence of snow falling. (Being the weather here has been so hot as of late.)RedheadDane said:A documentary about headless bodies.
I know that isn't music.
Cool.the delgados said:@mortand
I'm still stuck in early to mid-nineties indie rock, so Low Roar is a welcome addition.
Speaking of early to mid-nineties indie rock, Bedhead was an unknown band comprised of two brothers from Dallas, Texas. I'm guessing they didn't fit in.
This album is simply sublime. No other way to put it.
ChewbaccaDefense said:Tyler Childers - Little Feathered Indians
While the band already started to play - love how the bass dude is still tuning his axe while taking a swig of... well, hopefully something drinkable.the delgados said:Dear Kvelertak,aphronesis said:
Please tell us what you really think. No need to be all shy and sugarcoat things.
I like your music, I really do; but I think you need to express yourself a little more.
Ah! Great stuff! Thanks for the link!the delgados said:ChewbaccaDefense said:Tyler Childers - Little Feathered Indians
This is my favourite thread on this forum. I've been introduced to some great music, and for that I say thanks.
I'm still stuck like a broken record in the early nineties, but Childers reminded me of Lambchop.