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About jeromium

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  • Birthday 07/03/1976

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    Seattle, WA
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    Music. Dark art. Cars. Outdoors. Dogs. Architecture. Photography. Sleep.

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  1. PO: Mewithoutyou [A->B] Life Repress

    I will be tonight. Still curious if I can grab it end of show or if I need to grab it early. Hate to carry/hold merch during a show.
  2. Excellent news - but I'm also waiting to pick it up locally. No sense pre-ordering this far in advance if it's not limited.
  3. Goddammit one more week before it's in stores. Most painful wait between digital and physical release.
  4. PO Now: (Thee) Oh Sees - Orc

    There's a thread for that. http://boards.vinylcollective.com/topic/127374-po-ocs-memory-of-a-cut-off-head-november-17
  5. You guyyyyys I just picked this up and it's really good. As you can tell from the tracks posted, it's slowed down from their usual heavier psych but super good to my ears. Great psychedelic pop/rock.
  6. PO now: Baths - Romaplasm

    Oh I like Baths, both albums so far. Will wait till release though.
  7. I hadn't thought about the price when posting, it is a bit of a markup when the standard black is still available. But at least it's not associated with RSD.
  8. PO: Blockhead - Funeral Balloons

    I guess I would put them in this order, pretty different. But the last 3 are kind of equal to me. Guess I never did spend that much time with those except for Uncle Tony's Coloring Book which just sounded kind of cheap following the first 2 classics. 1. Music by Cavelight 2. Downtown Science 3. The Music Scene 4. Interludes After Midnight 5. Uncle Tony's Coloring Book 6. Bells and Whistles
  9. $25 https://store.touchandgorecords.com/collections/frontpage/products/pinback-autumn-of-the-seraphs-10th-anniversary-limited-edition-hq180-burgundy-vinyl September 2017 marks the 10th anniversary of Pinback's album Autumn of the Seraphs, and we're celebrating! In honor of the special occasion, Touch and Go Records will release a limited edition pressing of Autumn of the Seraphs on 180 gram burgundy vinyl. How limited is "limited"? Less than 500 copies!?!?! These color vinyl copies of AotS will only be available through the Touch and Go Records web store and at the merch table at Pinback's upcoming shows. Pre-Order now and don't miss your chance to own this special anniversary edition of Autumn of the Seraphs. When they're gone, they're gone...
  10. PO: Blockhead - Funeral Balloons

    Blockhead is great, although the quality of his work dropped pretty sharply after Downtown Science IMHO. The Music Scene from 2009 is the one I've liked most since. Still looking forward to checking this one out.
  11. OCS - Memory of a Cut Off Head (November 17) Another album, another name change. Back to basics? I like the sound of this folkiness and I suspect it would entirely be this hushed. And if it is, great. Very 60s. 01 “Memory Of A Cut Off Head” 02 “Cannibal Planet” 03 “The Baron Sleeps And Dreams” 04 “The Remote Viewer” 05 “On & On Corridor” 06 “Neighbor To None” 07 “The Fool” 08 “The Chopping Block” 09 “Time Tuner” 10 “Lift A Finger” Midheaven preorder: https://midheaven.com/item/memory-of-a-cut-off-head-by-ocs
  12. Primus-Desaturating Seven-9/29

    Single sounds cool. I basically stopped listening to them after Pork Soda though - went back to Tales From the Punchbowl eventually but I think I only tried it once. I do like Les' work with Lennon though. I'll check this out when it's out.
  13. Tera Melos - Trash Generator (Aug 25th)

    Yep yep, very solid record. I need to revisit X'ed Out and Patagonian Rats. I remember preferring X'ed Out, as they sounded more comfortable with the inclusion of vocals by that point. Patagonian Rats was kind of a hot mess.
  14. Tera Melos - Trash Generator (Aug 25th)

    Hey this is out today, what do y'all think? Steaming on Spotify for the first time now. Dig it.
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