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  • Christina Kubisch / ELEH – IMPREC451

    Adas Butler, September 22nd 2017

    Artist Christina Kubisch brings together this fascinating link-up with the mysterious minimalist analog ELEH. Excitement is high and to top it all, it’s her first release on legendary label Important Records.  Some excerpts of what to expect when it’s released in November are available to listen to on the release page, also check out a […]

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    • Dif Juz: Time Clock Turn Back

      Joel Hanson, July 23rd 2017

      In a YouTube video entitled Finding Dif Juz, Bella Union co-founder and ex-Cocteau Twins bassist Simon Raymonde unearths two rare 12-inch singles by the early 80’s instrumental group Dif Juz and claims that the origins of post-rock are found in the grooves of these low-fi recordings. While that may be true, as evidenced by the […]

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      • Barry Lynn’s Taurus Tapes Vol. 1 & 2 on Touch Sensitive Records

        Casey Borchert, July 5th 2017

        Only a few cassettes of Barry Lynn’s wonderful  ” Taurus Tapes” left. Taurus Tapes Vol. I by Barry Lynn Taurus Tapes Vol. II by Barry Lynn  

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        • Cool Streaming Radio Stations

          Dave Wesley, July 3rd 2017

          Streaming radio has been a big part of my life since Marcos Romero turned me on to Deep Mix Moscow, at least a decade ago.  Since then, I’ve started my own underground deep dubby experimental music station (Arctic Dub (Sursumcorda)), but I rotate listening to several streaming sources throughout the week, depending on my mood and […]

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          • Murky Dub Techno Release – Dave Wesley – Archaic Anahata Avenidas 86_7 – EPv1

            Dave Wesley, June 27th 2017

            Check out these deconstructed Porto, Portugal street scenes embedded in murky dub techno. Archaic Anahata Avenidas 86_7 – EPv1 by Dave Wesley

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            • Release – Steve Earle & The Dukes – So You Wannabe an Outlaw

              Wesley Mayhem, June 22nd 2017

              This album is the real deal.  Instant classic. Growing up in Etter, Minnesota, in the 70s, in the middle of nowhere…  in a house in the middle of a field (which was perfect for UFO landings)…  with a father that cranked outlaw country music on a kick ass quadraphonic hi-fi… even for a rocker like me, […]

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              • Release – Different Circles 005 – Various Artists: Weightless Volume 2

                Dave Wesley, June 21st 2017

                This experimental grimy release is like gentle rain to my ears after the dull programmed sonic assaults of off-Sonar events (Barcelona) and Primavera Sound (Porto) in these last weeks.  I promise myself to be more careful about how I spend my sonic time from now on!  Tick tock. Hear my post-festival sonic salvation at Hardwax: […]

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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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                  • 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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                    • 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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