Dispatches from the Underground // July 23, 2021
Dispatches from the Underground // July 23, 2021

Dispatches from the Underground // July 23, 2021

GNOD vs. JK Flesh EP is getting a wider release + watch the video for Not Listening (via Quietus)

Out today on Burning ambulance Music > Reels by Matthew Shipp/Whit Dickey / an incredible set of duets from pianist Matthew Shipp and drummer Whit Dickey, who’ve been playing together for 30+ years but only recorded in duo once before now

And more collaborations…Understand EP by guitarists William Tyler and Luke Schneider is out now on Leaving Records (via Sonofmarketing)

Out now on AnalogueTrash > Félicette (Remix & Bonus Tracks) by Spray / Fans of Jenny McLaren (vocal, guitars) and Ricardo Autobahn (synths) – the siblings who peddle their brand of delightfully catchy, off-kilter pop under the nomenclature Spray – will understandably be expecting an EP of a remix or two following the release of a new single. It would be churlish therefore to disappoint all those fans, both old and new, so Spray release their new EP Félicette (Remix and Bonus Tracks)

Available on vinyl for the first time > CV & JAB – Landscape Architecture / shimmering heat-haze / lucid dream sequence to file somewhere between Félicia Atkinson and Alice Coltrane in your late night listening pile…

New Rupert Lally album is coming soon via Subexotic / Conceived as a form of sonic road movie, beginning at dusk and ending at dawn the following day, Rupert Lally’s aural accompaniment to the hours of darkness effortlessly combines electronica, industrial, contemporary classical and jazz, with the resulting mix sounding akin to a soundtrack to a Wim Wenders film if composed by Jan Garbarek, Carl Craig and Max Richter

Capsule Reviews from AMN

2 pre-orders from Ratskin Records > Headboggle + Lexagon

Pre-order from Pelagic Records / preview > Maa Antaa Yön Vaientaa by Finland’s psych-shoegaze crew Horte /  FFO: Autolux, Chelsea Wolfe, Gold, Anna von Hauswolff

Not from July, but still (very much) worth mentioning > new sounds from Hopewell following 8 (!!!) years of silence…Purple Balloon + Stranger

Foxy Digitalis Mix #6: Jeffrey Silverstein

Out next week on Ondes Positive > first release from Moths Of The Moon– a side-project featuring Max and Sam from Birmingham legends Pram! / should appeal to fans of the Darkly Cinematic

Coming in October > Y in Dub by The Pop Group (h/t Xqui)

New Séance! Rapture & wrongness

Keeping it weird with new singles from Three One G > Under Attack + Sonido de la Frontera

Out now on  Downwards > Without the Moon / Ann Margaret Hogan with Nick Cave, Jarboe, JG Thirlwell & friends, inc drums from Banshees’ Budgie, engineering from Paul Kendall (Nitzer Ebb/Depeche Mode), assembled with Regis and mastered by Veronica Vasicka

Out now on Light in the Attic > May The Circle Remain Unbroken: A Tribute To Roky Erickson / featuring Ty Segall, Chelsea Wolfe, The Black Angels, Neko Case and more (h/t Chickfactor)


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