Hater – Four Tries Down/It’s A Mess (Fire Recordings)
NEW RELEASE// Malmo’s much-praised quartet @haterrmusic return with ‘Four Tries Down/It’s A Mess’ a brand new 7” available to pre-order now from all good record stores 🔥 Set for release 6th September ‘Four Tries Down’ coincides with Hater’s first US tour!
The Warm Jets: Here We Come (Somewherecold Records)
Boss digs ethereal melodies clothed in fuzz, reverb, and delay. Lamoreaux digs haunting and startling landscapes. Combined, the duo create a universe in which the guitar negotiates its existence.
Jim O’Rourke – Steamroom 46 (Self Released)
it’s sunday and there’s new church music
Telefon Tel Aviv – Dreams Are Not Enough (Ghostly)
The return of storied Southern Gothic electronic entity Telefon Tel Aviv is as unexpected as it is impressive. Their three influential albums of the 2000’s—Fahrenheit Fair Enough, Map Of What Is Effortless, and Immolate Yourself—charted an increasingly turbulent and textured vision of post-IDM synthetic songcraft, until the sudden passing of founding member Charlie Cooper in 2009 ceased the project, presumably forever.
Hashshashin – Badakhshan (Art As Catharsis Records)
Sitting on the border of Afghanistan, the region of Badakhshan in Tajikistan serves as both namesake and inspiration for the record. Scenes of the towering Pamir Mountains and the dust-strewn Wakhan Corridor influence the journey-driven composition of the album, as do elements of drone, ritualism and modern spiritualism.
Beyond these scenes and moods, Hashshashin draw parallels to bands and musicians such as Om, Tigran Hamasyan, Secret Chiefs 3, Dawn Of Midi and Le Trio Joubran throughout this record.
vylter – NFD (Serotonin Jackalope)
Orchid Mantis – Light as Leaving (Z Tapes)
this phase of living is a constant process of moving and leaving. moving in and out of homes, working different jobs. many of the people i’m closest with are gone much of the year. everything can feel weightless and transitory when that kind of permanence is absent. but then, i feel like that’s something you look back on with intense nostalgia later in life, everything is weird that way.
Maenad Veyl – Onto Duat (Bedouin Records)
A vibrating sensuality within the scope of an insistent staccato. An interplay between impulsiveness and violent positivity. A dialogue on the raw, the distant and the mantric.
Get the 12″ and burn it.
Soft Thoughts – S/T (Arachnidiscs Recordings)
Soft Thoughts is an equally cooperative project between Matt Nish-Lapidus (New Tendencies), Timothy Condon (Lake Versions) and Michael Peter Olsen (Hand Drawn Dracula). At various times one of them has taught design in Copenhagen, played on a Drake record or been honoured with Western Australia’s Cub Scout of the year award.
Twin Siblings – Worry (Liquid Library)
Twin Siblings is Bristol based miserablist Jake Healy.
‘Worry’ is the second physical release of the project following last self-titled album.
The EP’s name comes from the general consensus of how people who aren’t insane are generally feeling at the moment.
The word is uttered once, potentially twice, during the record.
It is bookended with two keyboard-led recordings done at home on an 8-track much like the first release.
3M – “3M Tape” / Duos (Self Released)
Adhesive improv from Mike Lynn, Mira Martin-Gray and Mark Zurawinksi
Spykes / Parashi – Braille License Plates For Sullen Nights (Radical Documents)
Two tracks of lurking electronics & handmade reeds on sides A and B will fill your cave-creature skull to the brim with overheated nonsensical memory transmissions. It is a brief dip into the seven inch deep waters but what you pull out of the murky pond should be put right TF back to its horrible dank home.Your record needle fears this, your neighbors hate this, the cops know this exists, and you need it.
Octo Octa – Resonant Body (T4T LUV NRG)
Dude, did you ever
Notice that Octo Octa
Alaskan Tapes – Views from Sixteen Stories (Self Released)
Pylon People – Hookland Transmission #1.5: This Morn’Omina Dub (Self Released)
We went back to Starfall Common, thanks to the neo-tribal remix by industrial cult act #ThisMornOmina.
Lose yourself in the Hum now, with full release on the Equinox.
Time to return to @HooklandGuide
No Age – Score for the Day Before (McEvoy Foundation for the Arts)
Performed live 9/7/2019 at The McEvoy Foundation, San Francisco, CA to accompany the film “Score For The Day Before” by Randy Randall and Dean Spunt.
Well i think i’m going to listen to this song, take some herbal tea, and go to bed
via Mathieu Gandin
Televangel – Emergency Heart (Last Epoch Recordings)
Floating Spectrum – A Point Between (Temporary Residence Limited)
via TRL Tommy
Sylph – S/T (Self Released)
Inward cavern of lo-fi bedroom pop from sylph!
via Wild Patterns
somesurprises – S/T (Drawing Room Records)
Somesurprises is the moniker of Seattle singer/songwriter Natasha El-Sergany. What once was a solo project focusing on spectral balladry and late night exploration, somesurprises has since formed into a dynamic live band. Motorik beats, reverb-drenched vocals, washes of fingerpicked guitars, and hazy synths expand El-Sergany’s delicate and blissful songwriting. Over the years, somesurprises has built a strong presence in the Seattle music scene, and toured the west coast. In Seattle, they have opened for touring artists such as Circuit Des Yeux, Carla dal Forno, A Place to Bury Strangers, and the Cave Singers…
Ai Yamamoto – Going Home (Dragon’s Eye Recordings)
a welcoming sonic journey back to the quiet spaces, forests, and rice fields of her hometown – Stationary Travels
— Projekt Records (@ProjektRecords) September 10, 2019
The Central Office Of Information lavish CD package is released today. Available from https://t.co/ubS00adLHe
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— Castles in Space (@CastlesInSpace) September 27, 2019
— Poppel (@Poppeltheband) September 30, 2019
Out now. Tokyo Chikatetsu vol 2@zebardj @jungles_japan @zariganidollar2 @anone_____@thatta_official@goofyeighteen
Slang Boogie @mecaelvis & Fujiyama Panic https://t.co/5KfHeA2HQc
— Thomas Imposter Records (@imposter337) September 30, 2019
Anthology of contemporary music from Middle East https://t.co/Xe7FVe0APX
— T2,000,000 (@T2000000000) October 1, 2019