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Not sure how we haven't played anything from this yet.
Ms. Clark's 5th album has recently dropped and I'm becoming acquainted with it. Ask me about it in a week.
FWIW, I have similar issues with this performance as I did with this one. Where'd her cool backing band go?
I should play something from this lady's new album before somebody steals it from me.
This is new Waxahatchee, not like the old Waxahatchee that was played a week or two ago.
New music for your Friday. Not exactly a Friday kind of tune, but here we are.
Aquinas turns 8 on Sunday, and I realized that I have exceedingly little music from the past 8 years in my collection - much less than the 8 years before that. Before I had kids, I had time for music. I would seek out new stuff, try different things, discover, etc. I just have so little of that now. It's a big part of why my tastes haven't continued to grow.
Now, maybe once a week, I just plug in my headphones and take a whirl around youtube for a night, clicking on whatever mostly familiar starting point I pick, and going from there. I jump around a lot, but not a ton of new things pop up. (A side note: it seems like all the algorithms (and this is true for Pandora, et. al., too) keep redirecting me to the things I know, not the things I don't know.) It's not really a time for checking out new stuff, because it's my rare chance to ground myself. It's a time of re-centering and recharging, not discovering.
So I don't know when to find time for more new stuff. After the kids leave home, I suppose. Maybe I'll be able to count on them to introduce me to music someday. I put a lot of effort into giving them broad exposure to the music I know, so maybe their tastes will be diverse too, and someday that'll pay off.
Anyway, what are your listening habits? When do you listen? Do you mix in old and new together? Do you find specific time for discovery of the new?
New music from QotSA.
27 Aug 2017
I keep trying to see if they can, but I'm not sure these guys can ever make their live performance sound like their records do. The new record's pretty good though.