[Sticky] What you're listening to
Some Gems about to come out & just come out(what a title). part 2
Natural Information Society with Evan Parker - descension (Out of Our Constrictions) via Eremite Records - https://eremiterecords.bandcamp.com/album/descension-out-of-our-constrictions
Tala Vala - Modern Hysteric - https://talavala.bandcamp.com/album/modern-hysteric
The Beaters - Harari via Matsuli Music - https://matsulimusic.bandcamp.com/album/harari-2
Chant Electronique - çhâñt élečtrónïqùe vol. 1 via Rika Muzika - https://chantelectronique.bandcamp.com/releases
I enjoyed listening to Katy Kirby and her album Cool Dry Place earlier.
I also had a little listen to an album of my own that's coming out next month (Old Tramp - Tunes), not sure it's to your taste here - here's track 1 - Give The Kids What They Want https://snippetcuts.bandcamp.com/track/give-the-kids-what-they-want-2 . And it's a free download of course
I was offline during Bandcamp (Good) Friday, but I did squeeze in a bit of a spend up last week.
I rock because I am
Waking up with Stereolab - Switched On https://stereolab.bandcamp.com/album/switched-on
Really enjoying the fuzzy, electro punk of Burning Tapes new album
Think Primal Scream circa Exterminator period or maybe Bomb The Bass - Bug Powder Dust 💥
@admin so far in 2021 I’ve been consumed by the work of: Hali Palombo. Based in Chicago, ‘Cylinder Loops’ is one of my favorite releases of the year:
The post-Bandcamp Friday (May edition) listening spree is in full effect.
TATAU O TE PŌ EP by Mokotron (Liked it so much I bought the t-shirt.)
I rock because I am
Listening to lots of Waxahatchee and Arca today
Listened to new Gary Rees today / his new one on Triplicate > https://triplicaterecords.bandcamp.com/album/southwest-passage?from=embed
Upcoming music from Living the Liminal.
But mostly been listening to BUCK-TICK lately.
Last couple of days:
Gruntruck - Push
Japanese Breakfast - Jubilee
Swiss Portrait - Familiar Patterns
CZARFACE/MF DOOM - Super What?
I remember Gruntruck! Heard "Tribe" quite a few times back when my parents had cable TV...
Essential listening for any film soundtrack fans, especially if you enjoy neo-classical mixed with experimental electronic music. Pure class
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