Material for Review - Oct. 2020 + Nov. 2020
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Haunted Disco - Gnossienne (Speak & Spell Records)
Wendy Eisenberg - Auto (Ba Da Bing) Mood Taeg - Exophora (Happy Robots Records) Nick Mitchell Maiato - Pino Carrasco (Was Ist Das) Pepo Galan - Soledad (Stereoscenic Records)
Mucker - Mr. Soft (Box Records)
Hey Colossus - Dances / Curses (Wrong Speed Records)
Ganser - Just Look at that Sky (Felte)
Whettman Chelmets / qualchan. - Theme Variations (Strategic Tape Reserve)
Burial Grid - Negative Space
Brooding, emotive, 80's horror themed dark ambient, synth infused, imagined soundtrack to a Yeager novel.
Nick Mitchell Maiato - Pino Carrasco
A great album that never fails to brighten my day. Cool lyrics & perfect guitar parts for days. Sounds like a long lost 1970s album that got rediscovered by hip blogs(like this 1.lol) &released for 21st century ears. Best part is it feels like that but in a natural way,not like some bands where you can feel that they tried so hard.This one gets lots of spins round my house.
Wendy Eisenberg - Auto
I must confess, i had not heard of Wendy before her debut album for BA DA Bing records (which came out in October).
She is a trained Jazz musician, and that makes sense listening to this record, but there is more to this record. From Folk, rock and even country.
She was Inspired by the solo work of Mark Hollis (Talk Talk) and David Sylvian’s Blemish. For me it was like someone grabbed Captain Beefheart and Tune-yards and throw them in a washing machine.
I really like this record and it is growing on me with every listen. Give yourself time between listens to hear all the little sounds and lyrics that you missed last time.
As i said it came out via BA DA Bing records on 16th October and you can get it via Bandcamp.
Mary Lattimore - Silver Ladder
It’s awesome, gorgeous, elegant, fierce. And Neil Halstead’s contributions are synergistic/rad.