Discussion in 'music, bands, clubs & festies' started by editor, Aug 5, 2010.
The Octopus Project - Hexadecagon
Laurent Garnier - Unreasonable Behaviour
Robert Forster - Songs to Play
Venera 4 - Eidôlon
Completely missed that they had a new one out. Not quite as good as Colfax but still top notch.
The Delines - The Imperial
Falling more and more in love with this, absolutely brilliant.
Acid Mothers Temple & The Melting Paraiso U.F.O. - Univers Zen Ou De Zéro À Zéro
Chastity - death lust
Fucked up - chemistry of common life, and Dose your dreams
Saw them last night, they were on top form.
John digweed - journeys by dj vol 4
Noname - Room 25
The Black Dog - Black Daisy Wheel
The former is a sudden discovery from last year. Rapid-fire but calm female raps over D'Angelo-style beats. On the first listen, good stuff.
The Residents - Eskimo (2019 pREServed Edition)
The Residents - Commercial Album (2019 pREServed Edition)
Mogwai - Kin
Chastity - Death lust.
Better oblivion community centre - Better oblivion community centre.
The former I've been listening to all weekend, I really like it. The latter is Conor Oberst and Phoebe Bridgers project, will need a few more listens as I've never been a fan of Oberst.
Pissed off at work so I'm listening to Aphex Twin - Polygon Window.
Mr Fingers - Introduction
The Drones - Wait Long by the River... And the Bodies of Your Enemies Will Float By
Jan Jelinek - Loop Finding Jazz Records
Low - Things We Lost in the Fire
despite some stiff competition still their best
The Fall - Ersatz GB
Noname - Room 25
Dirty Three - Cinder
Portishead - Third
Various - Music Is The Most Beautiful Language In The World: Yiddisher Jazz In London's East End 1920s To 1950s
Horace Andy - In the Light Dub
RJD2 - Breezeblock mix
Anjou - Anjou
Squarepusher - Just a Souvenir
Colin Stetson - The rain like curses
Hrsta - Stem stem in electro
Frankie Sparo - Welcome crummy mystics
Stevie Nicks and Lindsay Buckingham's pre-Fleetwood Mac album, Buckingham Nicks.
Tim Hecker - Ravedeath, 1972
Daniel Ogren - Brev fran Leksand
Lovely little record which my brother pre ordered for me at xmas. Really good.
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