Discussion in 'Music Forum' started by OhTheWater, Apr 28, 2016.
Recording something new in Cali right now, can't wait.
can't wait, would love some new tour dates too
Sounds from new album
Everything he's played from this sounds awesome, bout to drop another perfect album.
We Cool? was such a fun album. Hoping for something of that quality, even if it's asking a bit much...
IMO Jeff has really never decreased in quality from album to album. We Cool might be a step down from Vacation/Adults but it's a small step. Each release has gotten better since the ASOB days
should have bought ticket to the pup show he's opening here
That would have been so fun. Pup is ridiculously fun live too
Fucking Gulfer is on those shows too haha
Yessssssssss great song
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I still need to check out Bomb.
Bomb the Music Industry is cool, I haven't listened to every one of their albums but I am pretty sure it's safe to say you'll like at least one of them if you like indie, punk, or ska (occasionally) or weirdness thrown into any of those genres
Every one is good
I second this based on every one that I've heard
Start with Vacation and work backwards.
I did the opposite haha but I got to Goodbye Cool World
Nah I'd go in regular order personally
Scrambles and Vacation are amazing
I think the later stuff is more accessible. Album Minus Band can be pretty grating if you're not used to the vocals already. It's also kind of poorly made.
I love it though and picking BTMI albums is like picking children for me.
I think the recording is part of the charm. It's like lofi but that kind of lofi that no one calls lofi when it's regarding a punk band or whatever. Still that one is tougher, yeah, but only because it's very in your face I think. To Leave or Die in Long Island is sick though.
I never really cared for the lo-fi stuff, too hard for me to enjoy
I thought that was so cool. I'm pretty sure by this point I had already found bandcamp and stuff but for me this was huge in showing a band could do everything themselves and not break the bank. that was so cool to me.
To Leave or Die is pretty underrated I think. 3-4 of jeff's best songs right there.