Dispatches from the Underground // October 25, 2021
Dispatches from the Underground // October 25, 2021

Dispatches from the Underground // October 25, 2021

Over at Foxy Digitalis > Maryam Sirvan – Feast On My Body

Over at Backseat Mafia > Live Review: Mildred Maude, Falmouth, October 23Rd 2021

Over at Humanizing the Vacuum > The Velvet Underground’ is good, does what it should, alas

Over at Disquiet > Current Favorites: Score, Drone, Cover

Out now on Trouble in Mind > Mandatory Enjoyment by Dummy

Out now > Maleficia Carnalia by Vain Warr / Josh from Azar Swan (and Vaura and Blacklist and and and) has a new tape today from his Vain Warr project! I’m obviously biased but I’m also correct in thinking it’s great – AS (h/t Zachary Lipez)

Out now on Mexican Summer > Petunia by Tonstartssbandht / if you don’t already have it, get it now.
they’re also on tour,playing everywhere,so see ’em when they play near youArise

Out today > Essentia by Grey Frequency / Essentia explores the connections and conflicts between internal and external worlds, and our sense of place and function in an unfathomable, transcendent universe

Ganser is going on tour!

Up for pre-order via Oxtail Recordings > Topia by Bastian Void

Up for pre-order via Rocket Recordings > Reissue of Just Say No by GNOD

Up for pre-order > Speak to the Dead by Leifendeth

Over at Andrulian > Some recently found field recordings taken on an old phone – mostly parks, woods, trains and train stations

Something new from Centripetal Force and Drone Rock Records on the way…

Get some sweet new merch from Supersonic Festival

Listen to new episode of Spin age Blasters with Creamo Coyl / Killing Joke! Virgin Prunes! Cabaret Voltaire! Breaking Circus!

Participate in a contest run by Norman Records / your chance to win a signed Snail Mail test pressing

Little peek into Ascending Plume Of Faces by Kyron / an album of gothic kosmische electronica inspired by the life and work of Austin Osman Spare / By ‘Beautify Junkyards’ member Joáo / out in November via Library of the Occult

Take a look at upcoming releases from Moving Furniture Records

Read an interview with Damiana (aka Talsounds and Whitney Johnson) conducted for Chirp Radio by I Thought I Heard a Sound

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