March 18, 2014

This is fantastic, I can’t wait for the new album!

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March 9, 2014

I listen to as much trip-hop and downtempo as the next guy, but nothing like this calms me during a Sunday afternoon shower. The cats seem to like it, too.

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Filed under: hella music 
March 8, 2014

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March 7, 2014
fuckyeahmarsvolta:

cumbrulee:

Do you like The Mars Volta? 
Their early work was a little too ‘punk’ for my taste, but when De-Loused in the Comatorium came out in ‘03, I think they really came into their own - both thematically and artistically. The whole album has a clear, progressive sound, and a new sheen of abstract lyricism that really gives the songs a big boost. They have been compared to Coheed and Cambria, but I think The Mars Volta has a far more bitter, depressing view of the world. 
In ‘05, The Mars Volta released this, Frances the Mute, their most accomplished album. I think their undisputed masterpiece is ‘Cassandra Gemini’, a song so long most people probably don’t even listen to it all the way through - but they should! Because it’s not just about the struggle of a man looking for his long lost mother, and the importance of blood ties, it’s also a personal statement about the band itself! 
Hey Paul!

and if you still don’t get it or haven’t watched the movie, it’s from THIS scene

This is the fucking best thing ever.

fuckyeahmarsvolta:

cumbrulee:

Do you like The Mars Volta? 

Their early work was a little too ‘punk’ for my taste, but when De-Loused in the Comatorium came out in ‘03, I think they really came into their own - both thematically and artistically. The whole album has a clear, progressive sound, and a new sheen of abstract lyricism that really gives the songs a big boost. They have been compared to Coheed and Cambria, but I think The Mars Volta has a far more bitter, depressing view of the world. 

In ‘05, The Mars Volta released this, Frances the Mute, their most accomplished album. I think their undisputed masterpiece is ‘Cassandra Gemini’, a song so long most people probably don’t even listen to it all the way through - but they should! Because it’s not just about the struggle of a man looking for his long lost mother, and the importance of blood ties, it’s also a personal statement about the band itself! 

Hey Paul!

and if you still don’t get it or haven’t watched the movie, it’s from THIS scene

This is the fucking best thing ever.