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Like fast-moving clouds casting shadows against a hillside, the melody-loop shuddered with a sense of the sublime, the awful unknowable majesty of the world.

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Re: NOW PLAYING.

Postby pcqgod » 08 Dec 2018, 02:09

Tonight I'm pretending it's a typical Friday night 30 years ago, and I'm playing my favorite albums for psychic healing after a long school week. At that time it would have been l.p. records recorded on cassette, played on a tiny but adequate boombox.

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Re: NOW PLAYING.

Postby Purgatory Brite » 08 Dec 2018, 13:08

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Let's rock!

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Re: NOW PLAYING.

Postby Darkness_Fish » 08 Dec 2018, 20:00

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Keiji Haino leads a trio doing largely acoustic improv on guitar, violin, flute and harp.
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Re: NOW PLAYING.

Postby Darkness_Fish » 08 Dec 2018, 21:00

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Sometimes, only the classics will do.
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Re: NOW PLAYING.

Postby driftin » 11 Dec 2018, 03:51

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Low - Double Negative

When this is glitchy, ambient and full of lovely crackling textures it's rather nice. Shame those moments are ruined by the subpar shoegaze pop tunes.

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Re: NOW PLAYING.

Postby Darkness_Fish » 12 Dec 2018, 10:06

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Re: NOW PLAYING.

Postby Count Machuki » 12 Dec 2018, 23:47

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man, I love this record
Let U be the set of all united sets, K be the set of the kids and D be the set of things divided.
Then it follows that ∀ k ∈ K: K ∈ U ⇒ k ∉ D

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Re: NOW PLAYING.

Postby driftin » 13 Dec 2018, 03:34

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Rapid Eye Movement 003

This is tying with Current 93's The Light is Leaving Us All as my favourite release of the year. It's a compilation of five absolutely massive techno tunes from various artists on the Rapid Eye Movement label, four of them Basic Channel-type exercises in dubby hypnotism but with even more noisy layers on top and beats straight out of the Surgeon-school of industrial and one of them the same thing minus the 4/4 kick drums so it's essentially a highly textured ambient track. It's not for everyone but it hits my spot and then some, especially VII Circle's “Eternal” which sounds like a mashup between British Murder Boys and Tim Hecker and it fucking rules.

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Re: NOW PLAYING.

Postby driftin » 13 Dec 2018, 04:33

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Skee Mask - Compro

This is #2 on Bleep's top 10 albums of the year, Bleep being the online record shop started by Warp Records that now distributes tonnes of music from many other indie labels. Is it any wonder they like this? It's basically a love letter to 90s Warp artists. This kind of thing wouldn't have sounded out of place on the Artificial Intelligence comps. It may be derivative as anything but its lack of originality is only matched by how satisfying it really is.

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Re: NOW PLAYING.

Postby Darkness_Fish » 13 Dec 2018, 09:26

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Rapid Eye Movement 003

This is tying with Current 93's The Light is Leaving Us All as my favourite release of the year. It's a compilation of five absolutely massive techno tunes from various artists on the Rapid Eye Movement label, four of them Basic Channel-type exercises in dubby hypnotism but with even more noisy layers on top and beats straight out of the Surgeon-school of industrial and one of them the same thing minus the 4/4 kick drums so it's essentially a highly textured ambient track. It's not for everyone but it hits my spot and then some, especially VII Circle's “Eternal” which sounds like a mashup between British Murder Boys and Tim Hecker and it fucking rules.

Giving that a listen on soundcloud now. Doesn't entirely sound my kind of thing, but the cover image reminds me of Joy Division's Atmostphere 12" shot of trees in Hebden Bridge, so it earns a listen on that basis.

The Kas:st track was the stand-out for me. Lovely little floaty thing.
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Re: NOW PLAYING.

Postby $P.Muff$ » 14 Dec 2018, 00:54

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Anyone here listen to the other volumes? I need to get on that. This is supurb.

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Re: NOW PLAYING.

Postby Ghost of Harry Smith » 14 Dec 2018, 03:39

$P.Muff$ wrote:Image

Anyone here listen to the other volumes? I need to get on that. This is supurb.


Yeah it's a winner this compilation. Note that the other volumes are not actually more African psych-funk but are other records that Luaka Bop considered "World Psychedelic Classics" (with their use of "psychedelic" being a very general one), so Os Mutantes, Shuggie Otis, Tim Maia, William Onyeabor etc.

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Postby $P.Muff$ » 14 Dec 2018, 11:25

I have a lot of Os Mutantes already so I doubt I need that but the rest I'm almost wholly unfamiliar with. Very interested in the 'Who is William Onyeabor' comp after listening to vol. 3.

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Re: NOW PLAYING.

Postby pcqgod » 15 Dec 2018, 01:57

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The Twisted Sister dude.
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Re: NOW PLAYING.

Postby pcqgod » 15 Dec 2018, 02:20

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Not the dude from Twisted Sister.
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