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Sonic’s Monthly Eargasms For: September

by on September 6, 2010

Sonic’s September Set of Six:

Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots – The Flaming Lips

Brothers – The Black Keys

Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros – Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros

The Suburbs – Arcade Fire

A Brief History of Love – The Big Pink

All Hour Cymbals – Yeasayer

  1. Daniel Whittemore permalink

    Brothers – The Black Keys: Yes, great CD. This is a great progression for the Keys. The songs are a little more complex and diverse, yet it is still true to form and obviously the Black Keys.

    • Sonic permalink

      Daniel, I 100% agree with what you’ve said, I’m glad someone agree with me when I say that this album is both a testament to the stubbornness (in a great way!) of Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney to stay with the roots of the blues while keeping a modern perspective. I’ll soon be writing a review on the album and would love more feedback!


  2. Woah; I’m really surprised at this blog, I just checked the all time list and am really impressed (I didn’t expect to like somebody else’s list… again) and this is a really nice little monthly one!

    Particularly think that Brothers is brilliant along with Yoshimi; love modern psychedelia of that album which is kinda like an early “at war with the mystics”;
    they have the same melodic sense though Yoshimi is a bit less extreme.

  3. Sonic permalink

    Any opinions (especially positive ones) about the Fleet Foxes and their influences are taken very well on this end! I think you have a good point about Brian Wilson, which they must be influenced by. I’m glad you take the time to make some comments, spread the word my friend!


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