At 12/6/12 06:20 PM, SineRider wrote:
At 12/6/12 05:03 PM, Innermike wrote:
I just listened to Sufjan's Michigan for the first (5) time(s) today, a lot better than Illinois, which seems bloated in comparison.I've only ever listened to The Age of Adz, which I quite liked. How are his other albums?
Very, very different. Far less weird electronic stuff, Illinois is like a bombastic parade soundtrack, and it's quieter moments are akin to most of Michigan. Adz is much more personal (and maybe more of a downer) than the other two, which mostly do sound like they're just about places, they're all good though.
Stuck in a rut right now, I need new stuff, preferably something with an ambient feel? I've been listening to some I Come To Shanghai (which was only due to my love of the podcast "A Life Well Wasted") but it isn't quenching my thirst for something really surreal feeling. Like a 60 minute version of Treefingers or something.
Also ignore the grid below.