Todd’s Two Too! – January 19, 2018
Written by Todd Wahoske on January 21, 2018
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King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard – Gumboot Soup – Flightless Records
King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard is an Australian psychedelic rock band that formed in 2010 in Melbourne, Victoria. The band is noted for its energetic live performances and prolific recording output, having released thirteen full-length studio albums since 2012. King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard's early work was primarily a blend of surf music, garage rock and psychedelic rock, while more recent releases show a broader range of influences, including elements of film music, progressive rock, folk, jazz, soul and heavy metal.
Gumboot Soup is the thirteenth studio album by King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard. It was released on December 31, 2017 by Flightless Records. The album is the final of five albums released by the band in 2017.
Quantum superposition is known to be the uncertainty of a particle (or particles) being in several states at once.
Tune-Yards – I can feel you creep into my private life – 4AD
Tune-Yards (stylized as tUnE-yArDs) is the music project of New England native Merrill Garbus. Garbus’s music draws from an eclectic variety of sources and utilizes elements such as loop pedals, ukulele, vocals, and lo-fi percussion, in addition to electric bass played by Nate Brenner. Tune-Yards’ 2011 album Whokill was ranked the number one album of that year in The Village Voice's annual Pazz and Jop critics poll.
By SIMON VOZICK-LEVINSON The New York Times
You can hear the lessons of the dance floor in the music she and her bandmate, Nate Brenner, made for Tune-Yards’ fourth album, “I Can Feel You Creep Into My Private Life,” out today Jan. 19. A sleek, radical evolution from the clattering collages that first earned Tune-Yards an audience (notably on the 2011 album “Whokill,” which won that year’s Village Voice critics’ poll), the new LP is full of insistent beats, catchy hooks and pointed questions about modern society. “I ask myself, what should I do?/But all I know is white centrality,” Ms. Garbus sings on the bubbly single “ABC 123.” Amid preparations for a tour that begins in Sacramento on Feb. 15, she spoke with The New York Times from her home.
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