Discussion in 'music, bands, clubs & festies' started by Buddy Bradley, Jan 4, 2019.
Kevin Morby's is great but no one cares - there's a Great EAL oreleans. New clinc, new welsh girl
Yep - I do like - thanks for the heads up!
One for the dnb/Jungle heads & not an album as such, but an archive. I was wondering to myself 'Should I/Shouldn't I buy it' & so glad I did.
Oof this is killer
Isn't it just! I love the fact that it has the 'it is what it is' feel to it with all its little imperfections.
Apparently a vinyl release is v likely
There's a new 75 dollar bill LP on it's way - on super expensive vinyl edition or cheap and cheerful cassette (a nice touch IMO)
I WAS REAL- Deluxe 2LP (Pre-Order Ships June 28th) – Black Editions Group
Jah Wobble & Bill Laswell - Realm of Spells
big basslines with noodley jazz
Mount Palomar- Black Knight's Tango, four long tracks of electro/techno/trance. One of my favs of the year so far.
New Bill Callahan out 14th June
I don't think I'm going to bother, based on what I've heard, but others who like Fuck Buttons and their offshoots might like to know that Ben Power (Blanck Mass) has remixed the whole of last year's Editors album:
 misunderstood previous post, never mind
I keep seeing him in our local Lidl
his older archives seem to be great too - got 1994 on atm, it's lovely. Artificial Intelligence type bleepy electronica.
I half checked them out but will return soon.
Go & give him a massive handshake from MattyM please!
Ta for the heads up.
He's Cardiff yh? Proper short guy? His tunes are mint.
Currently listening to these at the moment:
New Sly & the Family Drone, Gentle Persuaders.
Honestly, though, maybe they should slept on it before deciding 'Jehovah's Wetness' was a good enough joke to be the name of one of the tracks.
The Agathe Max tape is brilliant - plucked and bowed violin taking in minimalist classical, dissonant noise and austere folk.
album release party sat 18/05. I'm involved.
That's excellent. First track reminds me of mimimalist accordionist Mario Batkovic, whose album some of us posted about in last year's thread.
The new Tyler The Creator album is great.
that was good! great gig in a great venue.
It got released a couple of weeks ago, and it's taken me that long to find a copy. However, on first listen, the new Clinic album is excellent:
Cheating a bit because there's no indication of an album to follow this (they had one just last year), but I really like this: Just Mustard - Frank / October 12''.
The Waterboys' new one is awful turgid shite, in case you're wondering.
Mike Scott is the most humourlessly earnest, self-important rock frontman I've ever endured a performance by. Really, if you like any of his music currently but you'd like to be put off doing so for ever more, I recommend seeing them live.
Out later in June: Jane Weaver - Loops in the Secret Society
This is reworked tracks from her last two albums, and the only one that's available to listen to on Bandcamp so far doesn't sound hugely different to the original. But definitely worth a listen when the whole thing is available. (Modern Kosmology came 30th in our Albums of the Year in 2017).
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