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  • Repost – Wire Mix: Lucrecia Dalt

    Dave Wesley, August 24th 2017

    Leftfield and informative mix by Lucrecia Dalt for The Wire magazine.

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    • Repost – isolatedmix 71 – Anton Kubikov : Ambient Landcast

      Dave Wesley, July 18th 2017

      A Strangely Isolated Place is a stalwart web outpost, blog, and label of ambient and ambient techno curation with some quietly giant artists on the roster.  This mix, by Anton Kubikov (of SCSI-9 techno fame), on the heels of his devil-deal sell out to Kompakt Records (humor), is a fantastic educational rabbit hole of experimental ambient […]

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

          Wesley Mayhem, June 6th 2017

          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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          • Repost – GUITARIST JOHN MCLAUGHLIN TALKS MAHAVISHNU, MILES DAVIS, JIMI HENDRIX, YOGA

            Gabi Von Dub, May 19th 2017

            Please check out this interview with the enlightened McLaughlin guitar man. Overall, an insightful trip to the heart of John himself, from the times of the mind bending  act Mahavishnu Orchestra, to the relation with Miles Davis, Jimi Hendrix, the lessons of a lifetime and how discipline is crucial for a successful and standing up right […]

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            • Repost – Genesis P. Orridge on Intersectionality in Art

              Gabi Von Dub, May 7th 2017

              Everyday we open our eyes, and with it, a myriad of opportunities are given, to aknowledge the inner and outer world, and specially, to do something about those. Here, Genesis P. Orridge, nailing it as usual in this great interview for Hyperallergic. Gabi von Dub, May 7, 2017

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              • Repost – A History of Alternative Music Brilliantly Mapped Out on a Transistor Radio Circuit Board

                Wesley Mayhem, May 5th 2017

                This cool piece re-posted from the magnanimous openculture.com…  See where you’ve been to tell where you are going.  Shit like that.  Forever yours, Wesley Mayhem – Etter, Minnesota

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                • Re-Post – Jan Jelinek: Sampling matters

                  Dave Wesley, March 21st 2017

                  Oli Warwick’s timely and salient Resident Advisor piece on Jan Jelinek  fascinates and brightens my week.   Jan Jelinek’s (now classic) groundbreaking sample/cut/copy/paste/glitch production is a huge influence and inspiration to my own music production and listening palette.  

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                  • Re-Post – Bandcamp Daily – A Massive Survey of Contemporary Ambient Music

                    Dave Wesley, March 19th 2017

                    Bandcamp is a beacon of light for labels and producers in a post-Napster world of perverse Spotify freak-onomics.  Recently, their “Bandcamp Daily” posts, which curate thematic selections from their expansive digital caches, have been very well written and provide sticky threaded discovery touchstones for interesting and important genres. Check out the latest post curated and […]

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                    • Repost – The 10 Weirdest, Most Wonderful Ricardo Villalobos Tracks

                      Dave Wesley, March 4th 2017

                      As a producer and a listener, I still have a strange but healthy fascination with Ricardo, even though he seems to have settled into his musical context.  I will always give his new stuff a listen to see if he has returned to bending the rules. Re-posting this cool article from Pulse.

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