What music have you been listening to this past week?


#81

man, this plus this have been eating a lot of my time these days:



#82

It won’t be everyone’s cup of tea-- but this Billy Eilish track is a CrossFit workout for headphones.


#83

Try her other stuff… pretty good…“you should see me in a crown” the metal sliding sound is crazy.


#84

I like to use that track to test bass.


#85

Cute catchy little tune. My Loki tone control came today. Just had fun listening with the cheap KZ IEMs and twiddling the knobs.


#86

Billie is one of the few modern artists I actually respect, let alone like. She’s got some original stuff that’s not like the JayZ/Beyonce cookie cutter crap everyone in the last 15 years has put out, which I despise. She also has a great set of pipes.


#87

Not my usual cup of tea but still a really nice track. And your correct in saying it a workout for your headphones. :blush:


#88

Agree. Apparently, her older brother Finneas O’Connell is the co-writer and producer for most of her songs, he has a solo album out this year as well.


#89

New Vampire Weekend track is killing me. Great song, stellar production.


#90

Big fan of Vampire Weekend. They are one of the few bands that carried over from my hipster music phase in thee 2010s.


#91

Funny this is on my Spotify release radar


#92

Love Vampire Weekend.


#93

#94

Dodie - Monster and the rest of the “Human” EP.

I’m trying to decide whether she’s naive and derivative or a new talent. Perhaps it’s too early to know. This video goes straight back to 1980s-1990s dress-up without CGI.


#95

It has the advantage of being short.


#96

The new tracks I liked listening to this week:







#97

I have never really been a fan of Rodrigo y Gabriela but the “Mettavolution” track (which I quite like BTW) for some reason sent me on a listening binge of Paco De Lucia, who I hadn’t really listened to for a while. Paco de Lucia’s songs are obviously not for everyone but there is no doubt he was one of the best flamenco/spanish guitarists that has ever lived.

Just in case anyone hasn’t hard this track, this is one of Paco’s masterpieces:


#98

I love old-school New Orleans music, and this guy (who shockingly comes from the UK, not N.O.) really serves it up right. It’s a long cut but there are a several different rhythm & instrumental pairings/sections. Listening to it (again!) right now…