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    Quote Originally Posted by battema View Post

    I do hope you can find new music -- be it new old music or new new music -- that excites you as much as the old classics once did
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve F. View Post
    Seconded.
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    ^^
    The same here!!.

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    I recall going thru this a few years back. I got all excited by discovering Moon Safari, and my wallet imploded, suddenly I bought probably 40-50 new Cd's that year and a few years after, because there was great music blowing up in my face constantly. It was awesome... Continued for a few years. I still revisit all that "period" of my collection. But that enthusiasm has faded. I do try to listen for new things, but some of you, as we have discussed before ad-nauseum, have very different tastes. (no crime there) and when I listen to something someone says is "new and exciting" I just am not feeling it. 2019 was, and 2020 is looking rather bleak, in my opinion, but maybe in 2025, I'll revisit '19 and ask "what was I thinking?"

    there is still plenty of old stuff I need to catch up with, so there's that.
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    January
    10: The Chap - Digital Technology
    10: Field Music - Making a New World
    24: Nektar - The Other Side
    29: Tricot - Makkuro

    February

    7: Rope and Ladder - Rope and Ladder
    14: Ihsahn - Telemark
    14: Psychotic Waltz - The-God-Shaped-Void
    14: Marjana Semkina - Sleepwalking
    21: Pat Metheny - From This Place

    March
    13: IAMX - Echo Echo

    April
    3: Pure Reason Revolution - Eupnea
    24: Other Lives - For Their Love
    Dirt Poor Robins - Dead Horse, Alaska (Black) [EP]

    May
    8: Green Carnation - Leaves of Yesteryear
    TBA - TBA ...Mike Portnoy's new *fun* project on Inside Out

    June
    Fish - Weltschmertz

    Confirmed Titles
    Dirt Poor Robins - Dead Horse, Alaska
    The Family Crest - The War Act II (Spring)
    Gospel - Absurd Challenge
    The Dear Hunter - The Indigo Child
    Ours - Spectacular Sight III
    Pain of Salvation - Panther
    The Polyphonic Spree - Salvage Enterprise
    The Red Paintings - Anthems for Unwanted Wars
    Sculptured - The Liminal Phase

    Likely

    Anathema
    The Anchoress
    Avenged Sevenfold
    Cloud Cult
    Deep Purple (Spring)
    Doves
    Everything Everything
    Fates Warning
    Green Carnation
    Kimbra
    King's X (double album)
    Major Parkinson
    Mayer Hawthorne
    Neverending White Lights - Act IV
    Protest the Hero
    Radical Face
    Sir Video
    Team Me
    Tokyo Jihen
    Transatlantic
    Steven Wilson

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    22
    dredg
    Enchant
    Imogen Heap
    NewVillager
    Pepe Deluxe - (the album should be written and/or recorded by early Spring)
    The Tea Party
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    I'm looking forward to the new Pat Metheny disc for sure. Also the forthcoming Pure Reason Revolution release.

    This morning I listened to The Slow Rush by Tame Impala since it dropped today, and I'm super-happy with that one. Kevin Parker is brilliant, especially at studio wizardry. I feel like he's almost another Todd Rundgren.

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    ^ I'd be up for that too.
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    Maybe in 2021, Alex and/or Geddy will be up to "feeding the beast" again.
    I got nothin'

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    Roger & Brian Eno.....Mixing Colours

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    Doctor Nerve have a new EP out, LOUD, that is excellent.

    https://doctornerve.bandcamp.com/album/loud
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