Dispatches from the Underground // September 24, 2021
Dispatches from the Underground // September 24, 2021

Dispatches from the Underground // September 24, 2021

Up for pre-order via Zakè Drone Recordings // Dunk!Records > Frizzell & Duque: Orison by zakè & City of Dawn / Orison is a prayer or plea to a deity / the archaic origins of the term stem from the Latin language simply meaning to ‘speak to God’

Out today on Strategic Tape Reserve > Enjoying Nature (Learning by Listening Vol. 3) by Goodparley and Poppy Jennings / mystical guide to the art of experiencing nature

Out today on Bedroom Community > Delta by Lyra Pramuk /a dozen artists across four continents freely interpret Fountain across a double LP, again featuring Donna Huanca’s surreal artwork, and the unearthly graphic manipulations of Nufolklore Studios (h/t FRKTL)

Out today on Anticipating Nowhere > Overheard Conversations by Sulk Rooms / Superb murk-work here from Ragsdale. It sounds like music that’s been wrapped in a shroud and buried for 400 years – Polypores

Out today on Bar/None > Kolezanka – Place Is / This album deserves to make koleżanka one of the most talked about names in music today – Secret Meeting

Out today on Waxing Crescent > Borderlands by Enofa / The atmosphere for this project was inspired by ’70s British horror/sci-fi. Throw in a plethora of sounds and a variation of styles and it shows the true diversity of Ross Baker. Their work goes back to the mid 90’s with a number of aliases including International Debris (h/t Vinyl Constituency)

Out today on Bricolage > Migration of the Meaning by Dark Fidelity Hi Fi / An atmospheric lesson in the meeting of electronics and live instrument sampling that does it’s utmost to once again defy any category or genre

Out today > The Legend of Spectacular Living by Little Beards / Synth rock duo Nan Kirkpatrick and Sean Kirkpatrick (Nervous Curtains)

Another reminder…The Untrue Nature of Things by Time Rival is out now on Triplicate Records / A perfect sonic brew to kick the day off – Disruptive Rhythms Radio

Over at Post-Trash > Smoke Bellow – “Open For Business” | Album Review / reviewed by Dash Lewis / album out on Trouble in Mind

Over at Destroy / Exist > Girl As Wave: Other Side

Over at Foxy Digitalis > Interviews / Norm Chambers Does Not Play Guitar Solos

Not new, but worth a highlight > Dead of Night by Ian Alex Mac / out on Burning Witches

Two new releases on Indexical

Watch the video for Circular Time by Ulrich Schnauss & Mark Peters / Destiny Waiving is out now on Bureau B

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