Submarine Broadcasting Co releases that should have sold better than they did
Probably too melodic for its own good. Not strictly ambient, more electro-acoustic. Just too nice, really. Shame.
Jesus Lizard – Goat (Touch and Go)
29 years after I should have bought it, I finally have.
GOAT? Very possibly.
The classics never go out of style. Speaking as a nice guy who you like just fine – Nate Holdren on Mouthbreather
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Mount Sharp – That Shadow (Dadstache Records)
THAT SHADOW follows you – full of sticky melodies, lyrics that cut, and surging waves of noise, this record will get under your skin. Inspired by years of watching all the assholes we know win, figuring out how to be kinder to ourselves, and all the beautiful and tragic machines in space. It’s about everything that pulls us to look behind ourselves, when we should be looking up and dreaming.
Four Tet – My Angel Rocks Back And Forth (Rounds / Domino)
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Tappa Zukie – Raggy Joey Boy / Raggy Joey Boy Version (Dub Store Records)
‘Hibiscus' by J. Zunz – the solo project from Lorena Quintanilla one half of Mexican duo @ObsoleteLorelle is now available to preorder on ltd 'Exotic Swirl' vinyl via Rocket shop Bandcamphttps://t.co/fqd9pKxZJP pic.twitter.com/34pWn6THQ8
— Rocket Recordings (@RocketRecording) July 3, 2020
— Music Is The Devil (@MusicIsTheD3vil) July 4, 2020
I fully support these Bandcamp days, but there's a lot of noise in the signal.
— David Menestres (@AbstractTruth) July 4, 2020
— Salemni (@salemniandrew) July 4, 2020
This one is hard to type. So good. https://t.co/uVdMVxedFE
— icastico (@enemiesnet) July 4, 2020
It's raining out and we all need cheering up, so I'm sticking on The Free Design. pic.twitter.com/WVlDX7jwin
— odubhda (@odubhda) July 4, 2020
Brilliant stuff coming from ex Seeds of Datura people out of the sub-Saharan metal scene (longer version on Bandcamp) https://t.co/JPi6yMwJaI
— Mark Chickenfish 🎛🔊 (@chickenf1sh) July 4, 2020
— Weirding, from Bornwithhair (@bornwithhair) July 4, 2020
— Alan Ranta (@alanranta) July 4, 2020
In 1981, leftist UK post-punk weirdos This Heat sets the words of the Declaration of Independence to a simmering, almost incantatory dirge and it still completely slays.https://t.co/zHVi0CLgDc
— Brent S. Sirota (@BrentSirota) July 4, 2020
Oh no! RIP Ennio Morricone. Not only did he score all the best westerns (The Good, The Bad and the Ugly, the Dollars trilogy, Once Opon A Time…) and crazy things like Salò, or the 120 Days of Sodom, he was also a member of avant-garde Gruppo di Improvvisazione Nuova Consonanza https://t.co/mL9rx2b1uX
— Pope Dan Gusset (@dangusset) July 6, 2020
— Kaladin of bridge four (@fuzzysunblog) July 6, 2020
— Will McAlpine (@WillieMcAlpine) July 6, 2020
Members of Thinking Fellers & Zimbabwe's L. Semakula in '93 tribute this Morricone gem & ends with a live fight (featuring E. Cope from Glorious Din) during one of the two (doomed) Job's Daughters shows. https://t.co/kvrmTONFx9
— ġєиєяλኗʞ✇ḄยፕɎLġץΨ☍lʎʇnᙠⓇⓃⒶT҉๏เɭєፕ↫ (@Rubber0Cement) July 6, 2020
— Vortex (@VogonLaundromat) July 6, 2020
There is also this Ethiometal https://t.co/NqQT9fNYfk
— icastico (@enemiesnet) July 6, 2020
I'm releasing a new track, "Clouds Light the Night," as a free download to thank everyone who's supporting music on @Bandcamp. Artwork and video are by filmmaker Justin Batchelor. Any proceeds will go to Black Trans groups via @actblue. https://t.co/YJCrWvIwXO
— julia kent (@juliakent) July 3, 2020
VAILS – Fuckpuncher (When Planets Collide: Presents)
Drove around at work with this on the other day, surprised I didn’t get a speeding ticket.
When gigs start again i need to see these…
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AMM – Until the Next Time (NEXT Festival Records)
New AMM album 🙂
Much as they made some excellent work as a duo I do prefer Rowe being back in the fold