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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. Looking forward to this, nice surprise after a week out of town. Checked out the EP on Spotify yesterday and it's definitely calm. Just one cursory listen in the car though, will have to listen more. Gotta check out that Julia track on something other than my laptop speakers tomorrow. [Untitled] though...a bit overdone as an album or track name. But whatever.
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    Oh Sees- Smote Reverser- Aug 17

    This album's a weird one - doesn't flow all that well for me right now and I really dislike the overlong jazzy rock jam "Anthemic Aggressor" in the middle.
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    PO: Aphex Twin - Collapse EP

    Excited for this. Not sure I need it on vinyl though - I still haven't gotten around to picking up his classic LPs on vinyl yet I got Chetah for some reason. Being more selective with what I buy lately as I'm really low on space. But, track is awesome and I'm stoked for new Aphex! Oh and the video is a major acid trip.
  4. Did LVL UP BRK UP? I'm in Seattle and planned to attend this when it was first announced, but it's going to be a shit show based on the location.
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    Oh Sees- Smote Reverser- Aug 17

    Got the Peacock Blood because I like the way it looks better. BLOOD AND FIRE!
  6. Yeah it's definitely not a return to form - I appreciate the fact it's less polished but on first listen I felt it was pretty weak.
  7. "Casual Acquaintances, the new LP from The Growlers is made up entirely of demos, works-in-progress and other unfinished business from the band’s City Club sessions. Casual Acquaintances brings back the grit and majesty of vintage Growlers, “Beach Goth” in its purest form. The album is the first long player for the band’s newly formed and very own label imprint, Beach Goth Records and Tapes." Ahhh - a return to form. Couldn't stand the slickness of City Club. Samples are sounding good, will be streaming this soon.
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    [PO] Nothing - Dance On the Blacktop

    The track has a very 90s sound - style and production. Something that could use a remaster. Not a bad song, but certainly not compelling enough for a pre-order in my book. I'm only a casual Nothing fan though. Only have Tired of Tomorrow, which I really like. Purchased a used color variant at a local shop last year. Cover art is pretty dull. As mentioned, the fact it's a mask makes it more interesting but it's too subtle at a quick glance. Also not a fan of the album title, personally. But all that said, I look forward to streaming the album when it's out.
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    PO Now: Liars - 1/1 OST

    Neat. Never heard of the film, but I'm looking forward to hearing this.
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    PO NOW: Why? - Alopecia (Reissue - Multiple Variants)

    Same here. Have it so I don't need a new color copy, but it's one of my favorite records of this century.
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    Oh Sees- Smote Reverser- Aug 17

    Wow - no better word to describe this than ripper. I'm not 100% behind the heavy psych/metal direction they've been heading but it sure does sound good.
  12. I like the single. I haven't paid attention to them since The Middle of Nowhere in 1999, although the last one I really enjoyed was In Sides from 1996. I'll be checking this one out.
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    Ty and White Fence-Joy-July 20

    Fuck yeah, love these guys. Digging the single. Will be buying Seattle tix Friday. "Good Boy": https://tysegallwhitefence.bandcamp.com/album/joy http://www.dragcity.com/products/joy 1. Beginning 2. Please Don’t Leave This Town 3. Room Connector 4. Body Behavior 5. Good Boy 6. Hey Joel, Where You Going With That? 7. Rock Flute 8. A Nod 9. Grin Without Smile 10. Other Way 11. Prettiest Dog 12. Do Your Hair 13. She Is Gold 14. Tommy’s Place 15. My Friend Ty Segall & White Fence – 2018 Tour Dates 10/6/18 @ Revolution Hall in Portland, OR 10/7/18 @ Rickshaw Theatre in Vancouver, BC 10/8/18 @ Neumos in Seattle, WA 10/10/18 @ Harlow’s in Sacramento, CA 10/11/18 @ Gundlach Bundschu in Sonoma, CA 10/10-10/14 @ Desert Daze Festival in Moreno Valley, CA
  14. Woah - been a while for these guys. Really liked their first two albums, but yeah this isn't very exciting. Sounds like Vampire Weekend and recent TV on the Radio joined forces and are determined to hit the mainstream. Bye.
  15. I love these guys and have (since returning from vacation most of April) listened to all 4 sessions. 1-3 are really great and I see myself revisiting more than the elseq series, but still, it's all a bit overwhelming at this point. Even if impressive. While $160 is a good price for 12 LPs, I don't see myself needing this like I would individual LPs (or 2xLPs, whatever) released every few years.