Any predictions for mgmts record store day?
The list should be out within the next week or so
oh, thank goodness we get to hear from them again soon.
1. I'm praying that they release some of their improvised jams from their time recording the self-titled album on vinyl,
kind of like what Tame Impala did with 'Live Versions' but with outtakes of the recording.
Maybe we'll get to hear "Cool Song No. 1" and "Cool Song No. 3" that Ben mentions in that one interview or
part of the jam session that yielded "A Good Sadness" which Andrew described as coming from "...a rather menacing jam"
I do realize their jams stretched on for hours and that wouldn't fit on one album so maybe they could go for snippets from certain jams or a chunk of one jam.
2. Their Guggenheim performance of vinyl. I ended up missing out on this because the tickets sold out by the time I found out about it and I know I'm not the only fan dieing to hear the full show (those youtube vids can only do so much).
3. I would actually really like a proper release. of their Joshua Light Show performance. I attended their first performance for that night and got to speak to Andrew afterwards (hence my avatar pic) and I have most of the performance recorded on my phone but a nice album to carry around would be sweet
4. NOW WE'RE REALLY DREAMING BIG HERE but a "live album" version of the self-titled performed in it's entirety at Tarbox Studios with the rest of the band and as many backing tracks and synthesizers as possible. This would actually allow for songs off Side B ("A Good Sadness", "Astromancy", etc) to be done "live" since they never performed them on tour due most likely to the complexities of these tracks, even though Hank had claimed they were working on bringing "I Love You Too, Death" to the live show near the end of this past tour
5. That "super electronic" EP that Andrew and Ben wanted to make.
this is all for now. The most likely on on this list is probably #5 or #2, but that's a big stretch.
Fingers crossed though