A Tribe Called Quest Add N To (X) Arcade Fire Athlete Baby Dee Beyoncé Bjork Black Sheep Blood Orange Case Studies Coldplay Copeland Daft Punk Dangerous Boys Club Danielson David Bazan Doves Ducktails Emile Hayne Empire Of The Sun Father John Misty Feist Fine China Fiona Apple Fionn Regan Fleet Foxes Fugees Ghoti Hook Gorillaz Gwen Stefani Hockey Jay-Z Jenifer Lopez Jimi Goodwin Johnathan Rice Joy Electric Junip Jupiter James K-Ci & Jojo Kanye West Katy Perry Kid Cudi Kurt Vile Lana Del Rey Leonard Cohen Lily Allen Lookbook M. Ward Matt Berry Metric Midlake Missy Elliot Mr Jukes Mr Scruff Nathanial Rateliff & The Night Sweats Nelly Nick Waterhouse Nina Simone Pete York Peter Bjorn & John Phantom Planet Phoenix Phosphorescent Pokey Lafarge Radiohead Rufus Wainwright Scattered Trees Snow Patrol Sondre Lerche Soul Juno Spector Sufjan Stevens The Bird and the Bee The Boy Least Likely To The Clientele The Explorers Club The growlers The Polyphonic Spree The Shins The Strokes The Takleat Man on Earth The Walkmen The Weeknd Wells Fargo White Denim Wilco Willie Nelson
There it is, my new @neumann.berlin TLM 103. I ordered a hard mount for it as well. I don’t plan on using the shockmount because I don’t want it blocking my face when we start streaming video @hologramradioshows. #podcasting#recordingstudio#audiophile#neumann#tlm103
Day 21 - Anarchy in the UK
A British band.
The Beatles with their last record. Across the Universe is one of the best songs ever written.
Words are flowing out like endless rain into a paper cup They slither wildly as they slip away across the universe.
The Beatles - Let It Be
I haven’t experienced a pair of ears that can support the dimensions of bass until now. These things are amazing. Although they’re a universal fit (U10), they’re definitely an upgrade from my Shure 425. I got them on a @massdrop on a huge sale and got to use them with my bass today for the first time. I mean wow... this changes everything. The clarity and prominence is 👌🏻 These will serve me just fine til I order up the customs. @64audio @dingwallguitars #knowyourtone#audiophile#bass#bassguitar#iems#heareverything
Lucifers Friend - Lucifers Friend (1970)
Although they would develop a more prog-influenced style, this debut album finds Lucifer's Friend living up to their sinister name by performing heavy, keyboard-textured rock in the vein of Deep Purple or Uriah Heep. It gets off to a thunderous start with "Ride the Sky," a punchy rocker built on a rumbling, guitar-fuelled melody reminiscent of "The Immigrant Song" by Led Zeppelin. From there, the band works its way through a series of songs that combine heavy guitar riffs with often-complex arrangements that border on prog rock: "Keep Goin'" builds from organ-led verses into a guitar-dense jam driven home by John Lawton's wailing vocals, and the title track effectively contrasts heavy guitar-laden verses with an eerie chorus full odd keyboard and vocal effects to create its spooky atmosphere. Another highlight is "In the Time of Job When Mammon Was a Yippie," an eccentric but fun rocker featuring Lawton delivering an odd take on biblical history over a steady hard rock groove from the band. A downside of the album is that it lacks the varied instrumental textures that would make Lucifer's Friend's later work so interesting, but it makes up for this problem with a consistently high level of energy, clever arrangements, and a full-throttle vocal performance from Lawton. All in all, Lucifer's Friend is a solid debut and a worthwhile album for any listener interested in the roots of heavy metal.