Wild Pink - Yolk In The Fur (July 20, 2018) Album • Page 6

Discussion in 'Music Forum' started by cwhit, May 2, 2018.

  1. primavera

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    most pleasant surprise of the year so far imo
     
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  2. sean_rugy

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    they were amazing when I saw them last saturday. they had someone on a lap steel guitar and that added so much to their sound, it was crucial and perfect.
     
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  3. sean_rugy

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  4. OotyPa

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    Still obsessed with this album. Last month, I played it for my girlfriend while driving down a mountain in Shenandoah National Park after a hiking trip and it just hit perfectly. It’s a moment I cherish deeply.
     
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  5. Haruni

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    hey I did the same thing in the same place last month. it was great.
     
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  6. OotyPa

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    That’s a hell of a coincidence!! Glad you enjoyed your trip.

    We stayed at the Big Meadows lodge for two nights and it was very cozy and romantic. They had nightly live entertainment and on the first night, this dude performed a whole set of Revolutionary War songs lol. What was even stranger was everyone in the audience knew the words to singalong except us. My girlfriend and I felt like we stumbled into an episode of Twin Peaks or something haha
     
  7. Haruni

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    ha sounds great. crazy we stayed just south at lewis mtn. i was into this album from the start but listening to it while driving down skyline drive w the windows down really changed it for me.
     
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  8. username

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    Wild Pink - 5 Songs

    New EP March 1st. 2 unreleased songs from the album sessions and 3 remixes.
     
  9. ChiliTacos

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    hell yeah, more wild pink always a good thing
     
  10. Leftandleaving

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    Album of the year incoming I see
     
  11. OotyPa

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    Fuck yes. Also Dondadi's ambient album from last year is amazing so I'm happy to see a remix from him for my favorite song on the album.
     
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  12. sean_rugy

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    an Eerie Gaits remix is indie music inception that I am very much here for
     
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  13. TheVandyMan

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    Tiny Engines also mentioned we'll get an Eerie Gaits album this year, too!
     
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  14. Horrorca

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    that’s awesome! last two releases were excellent
     
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  16. sean_rugy

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    not usually a fan of remixes but I think this is really well done and fits in with the original. excited to hear the others now.
     
  17. username

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    Yeah, I think remixes in “indie rock” are usually a complete waste, but this one is nice.
     
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  18. OhTheWater

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    I just listened to this record. It’s great
     
  19. Leftandleaving

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    two new songs from the ep definitely could've fit on this album. hows the tap here is really beautiful
     
  20. username

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    Did it leak?
     
  21. Leftandleaving

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    the other two remixes are super different, very ambient, almost unrecognizable as the original songs

    no, I got a copy of it
     
  22. OhTheWater

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    This but less than a week ago
     
  23. TheVandyMan

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    Give me that double album about the American West mentioned in the Stereogum piece
     
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  24. Horrorca

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    what’s that?
     
  25. TheVandyMan

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    "If he sticks to his guns, Yolk In The Fur will be another modest predecessor to Ross going for it — he’s in the process of writing a concept double album around the mythology of the American West and has already tracked some songs with a fiddle player. He also feels like it’s equally indebted to Ken Burns and Titus Andronicus, bringing up The Monitor as a kind of inspirational totem: “Its scope was so manic and enormous, it was almost demoralizing. Like, ‘I’ll never do anything like this.'”