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Shoegaze/Dreampop, Britpop, 90s Alternative/Indie/College Rock and Beyond

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March 01, 2017 12:05PM
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Deconstruction - Deconstruction
American Recordings, 1994


Never even knew this existed. I'll have to check the used bins for that at some point. The first track sounded pretty interesting.



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Re: Shoegaze/Dreampop, Britpop, 90s Alternative/Indie/College Rock and Beyond
March 02, 2017 08:02AM
Yeah, really like this. Never heard it before.
Thanks!!!



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March 06, 2017 12:30PM
This weekend...

Garage Á Trois* ‎– Always Be Happy, But Stay Evil LP (The Royal Potato Family) 2011



^Stunning album. Proof positive not to judge an album by it's cover. Found this in my local shop with the old price tags of $16.99 crossed off until it ended on $8.99. Looked it up on discogs, noticed the high reviews, took a chance.

Best album I've bought on a whim in years. This is a super group with massive amounts of instruments that cannot be classified into any kind of genre box. The closest thing I can conjure up for a genre this falls under is indie and maybe college rock but "rock" is even limiting. Sure, they rock, but they also jazz, they do everything. They do more than just jam on and on, each song is carefully crafted and thick as lava. After listening to this album back to back 2x in a row (which I never do) I knew I'd be seeking more from this lovable oddball mega combo.

I'll post one song but don't let this fool you, its a tiny sliver of a piece of this puzzle.







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March 07, 2017 05:20PM
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This weekend...

Garage Á Trois* ‎– Always Be Happy, But Stay Evil LP

That sounds pretty cool. There's just not enough vibraphone in music these days. Glad to see these guys making good use of it.



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March 20, 2017 05:28PM
^^ agreed on all points . That clip sounds great Rchecka !! And there definitely is a deficit of the vibraphone in music these days .
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