>This album is perfect.
More like this neo-krautrock masterpiece?
Give me it's inspired roots, it's contemporaries and anything worthy to be called successors, if possible.
>also Portishead general
2016 earliest, they won't put another one out until Beth releases her solo album I guess
>tfw instrumental in the middle of Small
broadcast perfected their fuzzy krautrock-pop on tender buttons, their best album, it came out 3 years before third, and you really see portishead borrowed a lot from them
>direct emulation of a genre
>40 years after genre
>this doesn't make it neo-krautrock
are you trying to say I should just call it Krautrock?
either way, it's gonna have to come down to the fact that this is krautrock.
>last time we heard about Gibbon's new album was 2013
>last time we heard about Portishead's new album was Feb 2014
>11 years between s/t and Third
It's just so hard to be a fan for this band..
Listen to Transient Random-Noise Bursts, Mars Audiac Quintet, Emperor Tomato Ketchup and Dots and Loops first. Then work your way through the other albums, EPs and compilations. They have some nice things on every release.
Pram - The Stars Are So Big...
>first wave post rock, female vocals, experimental
Pram - Helium
>experimental rock, dark neo-psychedelia, 1994
>calling it III
ever since the year 2000 its like he cant give anything thats highly received a good rating, with the exception of a few ofcourse
but i cant help but feeling he's got a little contrarian in him
I think its just pure shit taste.
He thinks St. Vincent - Marry Me is better than all of beatles and beatle related projects, all of david bowie,
He says Slipknot's s/t is a 7.5/10 (or 8 cant remember)
but MBV s/t is a 5/10
I just honestly he has horrible taste.