Summary – June 2018
Summary – June 2018

Summary – June 2018

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Recapping everything that happened on I Heart Noise last month! Guest mixes, reviews, video premieres – oh my!
Guest Mixes
Elkhorn – featuring Daniel Bachman, Prana Crafter, Wet Tuna, 75 Dollar Bill, The Carter Family, Headroom and more.
Landing – featuring Ulrika Spacek, Jessamine, Psychic Ills, The Cure, Throwing Muses, Gang of Four, Dead Can Dance, Stereolab and more.
Taxxess – featuring Machinedrum, Bloody Knives, Devras Plexi, Screen Vinyl Image, Velum Break, OK Panda and more.
Zona Zanjeros – featuring U.S. Girls, MX-80 Sound, Pain Teens, Marco Oppedisano, Gal Costa, Red Krayola and more.

Listening Room – music suggestions from our followers!
Pt. 1 – featuring Bergsonist, Turvia, Junklight, Action Swingers, Scenic Recovery, James Wolf, Zomes, The Flesh Eaters and more.
Pt. 2 – featuring Slapp Happy, Carl Stone, Birchville Cat Motel, The Gun Club, Xander Harris, Small Life Form and more.

Moogfest 2018
Armen Ra – reliving the glory of his performance at the First Presbyterian Church.
Madame Gandhi / Aurora Halal – photos courtesy of Belly Full of Stars + tweets

Constellation Tatsu Batch – Jim Moon (aka Taxxess) takes on the latest 4 releases from Oakland, CA label. Featuring Alex Crispin, Chihei Hatakeyama, Endurance and Lunaria.

Videos / Video Premieres
Video Premiere: Ricardo Dias Gomez – Precipicio – classic industrial meets modern-day drone/glitch meets strange, but hypnotizing choreography in this video by Caetano Veloso associate RDG.
Dead Trains – Shake ‘Em On Down – Boston hillbilly punks causing mayhem all over the place.

Burn My Letters – Report Card #2 – talking all things Burn My Letters, our latest release.
Root Strata Tribute – remembering Brooklyn label that was run by  Jefre-Cantu Ledesma and Maxwell August Croy.
Interview with Mark Van Hoen + review of Invisible ThreadsGrant / Psalm69 interviews legendary British musician + reviews his latest on Touch.
Label Profile – Fish Prints – talking all things Fish Prints, new label run by Petridisch.
My Guide to Afrofuturism – Massive video playlist from Chris Bynes / Lightning Pill + back story where he explains his approach to compiling the guide.

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