Discussion in 'News' started by Joe, Feb 15, 2017.
Walks into this thread and hears "WWWAAAAARRRRR!!!! Destroyer!!"
i mean, i loved soooooo, but sooooo much the Mark the graves experiment
actually yes, is one of my fav songs if i can say it
Speaking of which, whatever happened to that song?
Idk. Haven't heard of Martin Garrix doing anything in awhile. Last I heard, he wasn't happy about the song being leaked.
He previewed an updated version of the track recently. From what I know he's still tooling the track for release.
Oh really? I gotta check that out.
It was during a live stream he was doing on Facebook or Periscope or some shit. It's bound to be floating around somewhere.
To me it seems the album titles could be better. The last three sound more like fake, working titles. Still, this is better than LT or THP names.
Just saw a short clip of it.
Glad he hasn't forgotten about it. I almost assumed he had discarded the song since it's almost been a year since the leaks.
With tensions rising, I think everyone could benefit from cooling off by listening to a chilled pop song about letting go and setting free
You know what this means. Idina Menzel needs to cover Iridescent now.
Whoever gets this joke, I offer you my Jurassic Park collection.
When will LP finally actually let go? They've been singing about it for so long
I'd Let It Go because of the Frozen reference, but I don't wanna be a Passenger on this Idina Menzel hype train, so I'll just Let Her Go.
I too am still not over my 5th grade girlfriend.
I've never seen a band under so much pressure to be 'experimental' or 'different' with every album. The band has dabbled in a lot of different genres over 17 years, and have changed their sound quite a few times over their career. They've made an album for pretty much everyone. Why do they need to be groundbreakingly different with each record?
Just let them make good music.
Now THAT would be experimental for LP.
They manage to do both with most material. Picky ass people lol
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