Second roundup of listening suggestions from our followers! Part 1 can be found here.
Mission of Burma – This is Not a Photograph (Live, 1980)
peter prescott doesn’t get enough credit for being a raging drummer. also note the guitar moves that thurston borrows heavily from
via Glenn Donaldson
VA – Outro Tempo II (Music From Memory)
Once again, beautiful artwork by Alice Quaresma.
Disco Inferno – Technicolour (Rough Trade Records)
Godspeed You! Black Emperor – F♯ A♯ ∞ (Constellation/Kranky)
Silver Jews – Starlite Walker (Drag City)
If I’d wanted to work Sundays I would have become a priest. Oh well.
via Willie McAlpine
Black Eyes – S/T (Dischord Records)
This is Black Eyes’ debut full-length album, released in April 2003.
via Domestic Records
ifitisn’t – Colophon (Focused in Silence)
This is the debut for ifitisn’t on Focused Silence, the Experimental record label. The duo comprises of Robinson & Kalnars – who both have musical pedigree. Bracketed as electro-acoustic, Robinson is responsible for the electronic darkness of the pieces on this two track mini cd and Kalners brings a æthereal touch using voice, piano, keyboard, melodion, recorder, viola, percussives and found objects to make sounds to move the listener into a relaxed, enticing, intriguing and somewhat exciting space.
Darker My Love – All The Hurry and Wait (Dangerbird Records)
Petrels – The Dusk Loom (Denovali Records)
Guys, David Nance's "Credit Line" is the thing. https://t.co/mXjdORFGCT
— Eric PH (@dynamicalories) June 9, 2019
Velvet Underground – I'm Not A Young Man Anymore – Live 1967 https://t.co/pCBatk4Q2G
— mark stewart (@_markstewart) June 9, 2019
Here is the Honda Accord song I was talking about (bet you thought I was kidding) https://t.co/HIhBbdzHC5
— Lucidbeaming (@lucidbeaming) June 9, 2019
I don’t think there’s any song that describes suicidal ideation more poetically or beautifully.
— Steve Belcher (@8erpentineskies) June 9, 2019
Originally released as a Soundcloud "exclusive" single in November 2018, "Downpour" is now available to buy on my Bandcamp page. Now, you can have it in higher quality, for your listening pleasure.
I hope you enjoy it and have a nice week. <3 🙂https://t.co/1cJAaA11vS
— Mount Shrine (@mount_shrine) June 9, 2019
The band of Yoshimi P-We from Boredoms, saw them play in an underground venue in Tokyo called Half Moon in 2006 if I remember correctly. Such a good buzz, much like this record. @Iheartnoise pic.twitter.com/U78Vl9EOWd
— fyodorwallace (@fyodorwallace) June 9, 2019
heres mine, and quite possibly one of my favourite of the yearhttps://t.co/HHVLJ0MFhj
— thismachinekillsmusic (@thismachinekil2) June 9, 2019
XTC – "Train Running Low on Soul Coal". It even speeds up and slows down like a locomotive.https://t.co/jrpaTF3Pdl
— Whettman Chelmets (@wc_helmets) June 10, 2019
Try The Alvord Expanse by Lunar Testing Lab for a great ‘slightly detuned radio’ experience.
— 𝙺𝚒𝚝𝚎𝚜 𝚊𝚗𝚍 𝙿𝚢𝚕𝚘𝚗𝚜 𝚁𝚊𝚍𝚒𝚘 𝚂𝚑𝚘𝚠 (@KitesAndPylons) June 10, 2019
— Darren · Cerca Music (@darrenhoyt) June 10, 2019
Boy Harsher: Lesser Man (Full Album 2014) https://t.co/u2VO9Gg3gR
— T2,000,000 (@T2000000000) June 10, 2019
— Hotflush Recordings (@HotflushUK) June 10, 2019
I saw a lot of good shows in 2007 and one of the very best was Smog with Joanna Newsom on piano in a church during SXSW. The song “Sycamore” means so much to me for a lot of different reasons. Thanks to @let_it_bea for finding the clip. https://t.co/rTWNKfgD94
— Jesse Locke (@wipeoutbeat) June 10, 2019
- New Music Releases – June 2019: Pt. 2
- Music Recommendations for August 2019: Pt. 2
- Music Recommendations for June 2019: Pt. 1
- Music Recommendations for March 2019
- New Music Releases – July 2019: Pt. 2