Idles – Ultra Mono (2020) Posted by root on October 1, 2020 Leave a comment (0) Go to comments. We need your consent to load this YouTube content. Post-punk outfit IDLES are prepping to release a new album called Ultra Mono.Their third LP and follow-up to 2018’s Joy As An Act of Resistance is due out September 25th through Partisan Records “It’s a real fucking battle out there – to ignore all the voices that are telling you you’re ugly, you’re old, you’re stupid, you’re poor … Buy this if you want to be accepted … We want to be the voice of love, of self-care, of empathy and compassion. British post punk rock band Idles have officially announced their new album, Ultra Mono, which will be available September 25. “My first record, Policy, was a book of short stories. Instead, the message is simply loud and brutal.
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Over 10,000 fans bought a ticket for the three virtual sets IDLES dove into at Abbey Road Studios – the same weekend they were billed to showcase at the Reading and Leeds festivals. If violence begets more violence, IDLES doesn’t really seem to care. “A big chunk of this record is asking: What’s my place in American history? Those violent brushstrokes are certainly evident on Ultra Mono, as is a band looking to further refine their sound, finding maximum power without distorted distraction or filler. "We wanted to make the sound of our own hearts’ marching band, armed with a jack hammer and a smile. For IDLES, the opportunity to play at a historic venue without an audience felt strange, but they utilized the show to tap into the “desolation” of our current moment. If subtlety is a virtue, then IDLES are among music’s greatest modern sinners. “The parallels between 1984 and 2020 are a bit scary for me: telegenic, charismatic leaders, praised and propped up by extreme Evangelicals, either ignoring an epidemic (HIV/AIDS) or being outright deceitful about a pandemic (COVID-19).”, Tim Heidecker with Weyes Blood, Drew Erickson, The Lemon Twigs, Jonathan Rado, and Trey Pollard, photo courtesy of Spacebomb Records. Arcade Fire member Will Butler has released his sophomore solo album, Generations, through Merge Records. These sounds — loud, booming, brutal — serve as the bread and butter for Ultra Mono, which is a smorgasbord of the loud and aggressive. Every Friday, Consequence of Sound rounds up some of the week’s noteworthy new album releases. British post punk rock band Idles … The crushing drums and twisted guitars are vicious and quick, and they underline the band’s message with the grace of an elephant and the subtlety of a brick.
The song addresses personal space and bodily autonomy, its chorus ending with shouts of “Consent!” There is no room for delicacy here, and threats of violence are called against those who would intrude upon the rights of the individual. Crew Bittner covers music. However, the acknowledgement of platitudes does not excuse their overuse.
The guitars rage without a real purpose; the drums bang without cause. Following last year’s Sunshine Rock, it boasts the raging lead single “American Crisis”, which compares our current outbreak with another grossly neglected health crisis from a few decades ago. Released through Partisan Records, it serves as their third LP following 2018’s Joy As An Act of Resistance. To IDLES, the world is a violent place.
In a press statement, Moore describes the nine-track effort as “love songs in a time where creativity is our dignity, our demonstration against the forces of oppression. Sounds are described explicitly — swords, guns, thunder and drones are all specifically called out in the lyrics. “It took a minute for me to stand back and look at what I was talking about to realize that, yes, I am now a middle-aged man and my subconscious is screaming at me: ‘You are getting old, dude! There’s a lot of charm intertwined within their cathartic chaos. MUSIC > MERCH > TICKETS > AF GANG “We wanted to have a very transparent, vulnerable show that exemplified what’s going on,” Talbot said. “More volume, more impact.
Lyrics bluntly indicate support of a variety of social movements, but these lines come off as non sequiturs. And that uplift was the ultimate goal. When you give space to a record, you impact the actual size of it. BY THE FIRE is a gathering, a party of peace — songs in the heat of the moment.”, Listen to Full Streams of the Newest Albums, Will Butler (photo via Merge Records), Bob Mould (photo by Blake Little Photography), and Spillage Village (photo by Alex "Grizz" Loucas), Sufjan Stevens Premieres New Album The Ascension: Stream, Shia LaBeouf and Margaret Qualley Bare It All in New Music Video: Watch, Gene Simmons Selling Longtime Mansion to Escape "Unacceptable" California Taxes, Tool's Maynard James Keenan to COVID-19 Deniers: "Eat a Dick", Fyre Fest's Billy McFarland Placed In Solitary Confinement Following Launch of Podcast, Foo Fighters to Headline Joe Biden Virtual Benefit Concert, Rudy Giuliani Caught on Camera Attempting to Seduce Borat's "15-Year-Old Daughter", R.I.P. Idles' New Album Holds Music For A World In Turmoil NPR's Scott Simon speaks with Joe Talbot, lead singer for the British rock band Idles about their new album Ultra Mono. Speaking about the new song, frontman Joe Talbot says: "We wanted to write a song that embodied self-belief, and gave us self-belief - a counter-punch to all the doubt we build up from all the noise we so easily let in.
Not in the case of Idles, anyway. Hip-hop supergroup Spillage Village features members of EarthGang, 6LACK, J.I.D., and Mereba. It is a juvenile album, one that is mad as a hornet with no understanding of why and no direction in which to turn that anger.
may be shocked by the seriousness of Heidecker’s music here. Today, September 25th, brings fresh music from Will Butler, Bob Mould, Tim Heidecker, Spillage Village, IDLES, and Thurston Moore. is forgettable. Talbot certainly wants to voice his sociopolitical beliefs, but in doing so, muddles the album’s supposed conflict: With such strong convictions, what internal dispute can really exist?
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