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  • Who The Hell Is Caveman LSD?

    Dave Wesley, January 5th 2018

    Was reading Huerco S 2017 chart on Boomkat, which includes hilarious non-music entries to throw you off his scent…  and I dug to find his listed Caveman LSD track…  It rules.  My perfect combo of lo-fi post-dub-techno.  Artist name fits the mood. Only a few out there and nothing in digital form.  I want more.  […]

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    • Even A Tree Can Shed Tears: Japanese Folk & Rock 1969-1973

      Adas Butler, October 27th 2017

      Light In The Attic bring us this way-too-good compilation of many never-heard-before sounds. Check this out: “There was something in the air in the urban corners of late ‘60s Japan. Student protests and a rising youth culture gave way to the angura (short for “underground) movement that thrived on subverting traditions of the post-war years. Rejection […]

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      • Web Destination: That Special Record

        Gabi Von Dub, April 18th 2017

        Finding myself suddenly flooded by awesome new and old music – ok great excuse, i´m always like that – i´m a bit puzzled of what to write about at the moment, since i need the writing progress bar to actually progress and deliver you another tip on one of the zillion aural extravaganza available around. It´s […]

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        • Crate Diggers – Radio Cómeme

          Dave Wesley, November 21st 2016

          Brazil-based Radio Cómeme is the most prolific provider of eclectic cool mixes that I’ve encountered on the weird wide web, thus far, in my not so young life.   The mixes and cadre of DJ curators mix wide-ranging genres including vintage latin sounds, which is my favorite genre of Radio Cómeme mixes in the more […]

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          • Crate Diggers – Flávio Freitas – Drive

            Dave Wesley, November 15th 2016

            Until every track, sample, stem, digital image, etc. is watermarked or Blockchain enabled, we have the advantage of listening to expertly crafted mixes from true crate diggers like Flakka (Flávio Freitas), from Porto, Portugal.  I have had the extreme good fortune to be in his presence many times, along with his cadre of fellow diggers […]

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