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  1. Mr Cat Dog
    January 16th, 2015 10:14 AM
    Mr Cat Dog
    Also, I love Holy Vacants even more on a second listen. It's sort of like a Metallican Viennese Waltz, with bits of Jack White thrown in for good measure.
  2. Mr Cat Dog
    January 15th, 2015 9:30 AM
    Mr Cat Dog
    I wish I had your zen mindset at your age! I'm getting it now, slowly but surely. 4 years ago, I was hella pissed off at The King's Speech steamroller but now I wouldn't really be all that bothered if The Imitation Game goes for the British-biopic repeat this year.

    One of the nominees I'm most eager to see is Princess Kaguya (the other being Best Original Song nominee Beyond the Lights). Ghibli films always open really late in the UK so I'm probably going to have to wait until April/May to see it. Although the Animated Feature category is wide open thanks to the absence of The Lego Movie. That one could go in so many different directions; it's wide open races like these that restore my faith in 'awards season'!
  3. Mr Cat Dog
    January 15th, 2015 8:29 AM
    Mr Cat Dog
    Now we're all cross-purposes! Yay!

    As I've gotten older, I've sorta managed not to care as much about the actual nominations themselves but just get wrapped up in the spectacle of the whole thing, if that makes sense. At the end of the day, the films you like aren't 'improved' by getting Oscar nominations, much like the ones that are 'snubbed' aren't castigated. When I started off being all obsessive about this, many years ago, I'd get really annoyed if something I liked didn't get a nomination, but now I've got to a stage where I can be happy with things I like (Grand Budapest, Birdman) getting them, and also not feel like crap when things I don't like (Imitation Game/Theory of Everything) get them also. Which is sort of why I often try and look for unexpected treasures, like the Inherent Vice costumes or Marion Cotillard or the like.

    I realise that's a very convoluted answer, but I guess they were OK. Tl;dr and all that!
  4. Mr Cat Dog
    January 15th, 2015 7:59 AM
    Mr Cat Dog
    YES ****ING YES are the exact three words I screamed at my laptop while my brother looked on very confused. Would rather it have been for The Immigrant but I'm happy either way.

    People seem dismayed by the lack of Selma noms (which I'm seeing on Monday so can't comment) and Nightcrawler ones (which I've seen and, for the most part, agree with). My favourite nominee is probably the Costume Design for Inherent Vice. I found the film a bit of a mess, but those costumes were absolutely gorgeous and perfectly in sync with the film's weird vibe. How about you.

    (Also, Pazz and Jop is introducing me to lots and lots of good music this year!)
  5. Mr Cat Dog
    January 14th, 2015 9:27 AM
    Mr Cat Dog
    Also, I think The Hum by Hookworms could be up your street, given what I've listened to so far.
  6. Mr Cat Dog
    January 13th, 2015 11:39 AM
    Mr Cat Dog
    I knew you'd be an Obvious Child/Edge of Tomorrow fan! I can count on you for that! Is it because of proximity that you managed to see BCTI? It's only played at festivals in the UK so far, so I count myself very lucky to see it.

    As for your recommendations, I saw The Immigrant this year but, because I'm pretentious, put it on my 2013 list. As you can see, I'm also an immense fan. I caught We Own The Night on TV late one night last month and loved it, so you can bet your ass I want to see Two Lovers and The Yards and anything that James Gray does in the future. I kinda wanted to see The Babadook but horror doesn't normally do a lot for me and this one sounded super scary and even the possibility of Essie Davis being brilliant wasn't enough unfortunately. Don't judge me too much! And I like Boyhood a fair bit; it's creeping in to that 2014 list, but more as a film that I have measured appreciation for rather than head-over-heels love that so many others do.

    I've also listened to a fair few albums on your list! Some of them (RTJ2, LP1, Black Messiah and St. Vincent) I'm already in love with, but my favourite new discovery so far is Holy Vacants. I listened to it yesterday evening and, although it's very shouty (which I'm normally not a fan of), it has stayed with me for most of today! I'm making my way through the rest of the list as I type this, Spotify permitting! Have you checked out It's Album Time by Todd Terje? For me, that one and the D'Angelo are duking it out for my AO2014 award!
  7. Mr Cat Dog
    January 13th, 2015 4:47 AM
    Mr Cat Dog
    Unless there are real surprises, probably Grand Budapest Hotel or Birdman. Both are some of my favourites of the year, although I imagine the eventual Oscar shortlist will have little overlap with my own!
  8. Mr Cat Dog
    January 12th, 2015 9:15 AM
    Mr Cat Dog
    I'm around, but it's pretty much going to be lurking from here on out. I was more surprised that you were still here! Things are OK with me. Excited for Thursday's big announcement: part of me is expecting a much bigger Grand Budapest haul than others are predicting.
  9. Mr Cat Dog
    January 12th, 2015 7:14 AM
    Mr Cat Dog
    Ugh, love this list. You've just given me at least 20 new things to listen to!
  10. Hikamaru
    January 11th, 2015 8:21 AM
    Quote originally posted by Rest:
    Whattttt. How does one hate Outkast and Gnarls Barkley?
    I'm not much into them, but the main gripe is because respective hits Hey Ya! and Crazy have been overplayed to death and a result I tend to often shut them off when they come on. Overplay factor can be what can destroy a song for me.
  11. Dave
    May 3rd, 2014 6:03 AM
    Miss you around here. :(
  12. Fire Flyy
    November 15th, 2013 2:57 PM
    Fire Flyy
    lol yeah i heard, kind of insane how they're just like "here's an album"

    not really into DG but I'm considering getting it, might be a good time to get into them
  13. Fire Flyy
    October 17th, 2013 4:00 PM
    Fire Flyy
    Yeah, I'd say it's pretty good. G.O.O.D Music really knows how to put out a solid album, there's some great beats in addition to Pusha T's flow which I'm really a fan of. Haven't gotten into King Krule but I've heard a bit of his stuff and it seems pretty good. I have quite a bit of other music I'm still listening too though atm.
  14. Fire Flyy
    October 4th, 2013 12:45 PM
    Fire Flyy
    i'm not really a mutant myself, so much as a lurker but i'm familiar with the culture and all that, plus one of my friends online frequents it, but yea i noticed your taste was pretty /mu/core [nothing wrong with that].

    have you heard My Name is My Name by Pusha T? i've been bumping it all day, literally so good
  15. Fire Flyy
    October 2nd, 2013 11:19 PM
    Fire Flyy
    i'd say its pretty good but i've only listened 3 times or so, i've been bumping my name is my name a bit more lately, and yea i dled r+7 yday but have yet to listen, ive heard good stuff

    btw are u from /mu/

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