Magazine

Year: 2017 - Month: 06

  • Repost – Disinformation – The Rendlesham Forest UFO and A Flock Of Seagulls

    Dom Fox, June 10th 2017

    This tickles my fancy.   Check out this post on Disinformation.  Only an advanced extraterrestrial civilization could have inspired that hair and that 15 year-old guitar player…  fused with a legendary rock and roll sibling feud. Enjoy. Dom Fox – Fargo, ND  

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    • Poppy Ackroyd – The Birds

      Adas Butler, June 6th 2017

      The Birds by Poppy Ackroyd Poppy Ackroyd: ““The songs were recorded just outside of Brighton at Retreat Studios, close to the sea on the edge of the village, surrounded by hills, fields and wildlife. As if by magic, it began to rain just before I began to record the track ‘Rain’, and ended shortly after […]

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      • Repost – Steve Kilbey Talks New Kilbey Kennedy Album Glow and Fade, The Church and More

        Wesley Mayhem,

        This is a cool interview with Steve Kilbey on the Smells Like Infinite Sadness blog.   If you know me, you know that I’m a major fan of The Church.  I hadn’t heard of Steve’s side project Kilbey Kennedy.   When I searched Spotify, I discovered a ton of Kilbey Kennedy music, which I’ve quickly playlisted […]

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        • Mix – Samo DJ – Cav Empt Mixtape

          Dave Wesley, June 3rd 2017

          This digitized mixtape is simultaneously lo-fi and minty fresh.  I’ve got to find the Ron Morelli side now…  and damnit…  I have stuff to do! From SoundCloud post: “Samo´s side from the Ron Morelli / Samo DJ split mixtape for their Tokyo tour dates in collaboration with Cav Empt. Artwork by Sk8ightTing.”

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          • Dust of Shadows

            Adas Butler, June 1st 2017

            Looped 16mm film with optical sound – Numerous species of mushroom spore print onto clear film. (Audio features a poem read by Sylvia Plath) A rarity of wonder over at Bleep – only 23 copies of David Chatton Barker’s ‘Dust of Shadows’ will be available. A co-founder of the unique Folklore Tapes label, who have worked […]

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            • Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever – French Press

              Wesley Mayhem,

              When Greg Dulli recommends a release, guys like me listen.  The Rolling Blackouts (now on SubPop) are a new discovery, thanks to a Dulli tweet.  This single reminds me of music I love from the fertile 80s.  I’m paying it forward. Wesley Mayhem – Etter, MN  

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              • The KVB – Fixation / White Walls

                Adas Butler,

                A little bit nasty, a little bit ecstatic, a little bit bedroom and a little bit demented dancefloor – here’s another interesting slab from The KVB. Psychedelic moments and reflective space all in a not-too-difficult package – worth trying especially if you’re fans of other projects of their label, Invada, or the label’s founder, Portishead’s […]

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