Bloc Party Band

Discussion in 'Music Forum' started by ChaseTx, Mar 17, 2016.

  1. ChaseTx

    Hail seitan Prestigious

    Bloc Party are an English indie rock band, currently composed of Kele Okereke (lead vocals, rhythm guitar, keyboards, sampler), Russell Lissack (lead guitar, keyboards), Justin Harris (bass guitar, keyboards, saxophones, backing vocals) and Louise Bartle (drums). Their brand of music, whilst rooted in rock, retains elements of other genres such as electronica and house music.
     
  2. ChaseTx

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    Really enjoying the new album.

    Also it's exciting to see a band like this, that I've been following for so long, gain a female drummer. Hopefully she gets to record on an album sooner rather than later.
     
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  3. Dirty Sanchez

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    You've just reminded me that I need to listen to this. Thanks!!
     
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  5. SteveLikesMusic

    approx. 3rd coolest Steve on here Supporter

    The shows on the Four album cycle felt phoned in, but I just saw them at Govball and they were incredible. The band still doesn't move around much, but Kele really brings it.
     
  6. Chase

    CAF Supporter

    They absolutely killed it in Cleveland a few weeks ago.
     
  7. 715creeks

    Meet me in Montauk

    Really underrated band in my opinion. What's your guys' favorite album of theirs?
     
  8. SteveLikesMusic

    approx. 3rd coolest Steve on here Supporter

    Intimacyyyyyy
     
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  9. ChaseTx

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    I suppose it's still Silent Alarm
     
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  10. 715creeks

    Meet me in Montauk

    Really? That's the one I hear the least from other BF fans I've talked. A Weekend in The City for me. What are your stand out tracks? I have to say Signs and Zephyrus take it for me on that album
     
  11. 715creeks

    Meet me in Montauk

    No surprise! Some of the finest rhythm section work I've heard on an album
     
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  12. ahabian

    there isn't a proper word for the setting sun.

    A Weekend in the City is now ten years old. Remarkably, it has aged better than both I and the world have. One of my all time favourite albums.
     
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  13. testtime

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    I listen to songs from A Weekend In the City everyday. My favourite has always been Waiting For The 7:18, but now Sunday, On, and Songs for Clay and a few more have been in heavy rotation. I can't believe he wrote those songs at 24, kinda like how I cant believe Aaron Gillepsie wrote Some Will Seek Forgiveness as a teenage. I'm just hitting 30 and finally have enough life experience to do anything that can change lives which they had years ago
     
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  14. manoverboard365

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    AWITC is a great album. Sunday, Kruezberg and SRXT are some of my favorite Bloc Party songs.
     
  15. ahabian

    there isn't a proper word for the setting sun.

    I was thinking along the same lines. I was 15 when the album came out, and have sort of caught up to it. I love it even more now that I'm able to look at it from the vantage point of 25.
     
  16. EmmanuelSCastle

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    This is my reminder to listen to that first album, this bands trajectory has always really interested me
     
  17. iCarly Rae Jepsen

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  18. manoverboard365

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    Not really feeling this. Much different than Bloc Party's stuff, though.