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The Soup Nazi 09.04.2018 06:09 PM

Bandcamp Weekly: September 4, 2018
Jeff Mills chats about Aretha Franklin, taking risks, and his new Spiral Deluxe project.

selkcip 09.08.2018 12:21 PM

https://shelterpress.bandcamp.com/al...ck-raaijmakers

Severian 09.14.2018 08:27 AM

Gather ‘round children

 

demonrail666 09.26.2018 09:40 AM

An oldie but it still seems ahead of its time:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d9BCsiUY348

The Soup Nazi 11.26.2018 08:32 PM

 


From Bandcamp Daily:

A Guide to 15 Years of RVNGís Artfully Curated Electronics

Severian 11.26.2018 08:39 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by The Soup Nazi


Thanks!

Severian 12.28.2018 07:48 PM

FAVORITE ELECTRONIC ALBUMS, 2018:
1. DJ Koze - “Knock Knock”
2. A.A.L. (Against All Logic AKA Nicolas Jaar) - “2012-2017”
3. Mouse on Mars - “Dimensional People”
4. RP Boo - “I’ll Tell You What!”
5. DJDS - “Big Wave More Fire”

Honorable mentions:
Jon Hopkins - “Singularity”
Autechre - “NTS Sessions”
SOPHIE - “OIL OF EVERY PEARL’S UNINSIDES”
Objekt - “Coccoon Crush”
Thom Yorke - “Suspiria” (Music from the Luca Guadagnino Film)
Aphex Twin - “Collapse” EP

Bytor Peltor 12.30.2018 10:44 PM

I’ve been off work the last eleven days and I’ve been listening to all sorts of stuff, believe some of you will enjoy this side of a mixtape:

NIL - Content Metastasis #1 Mixtape (unbridged)......29:15 minutes

Bytor Peltor 01.06.2019 10:22 AM

Starts off a little, meh......quickly morphs into something spectacular:

S R T V - The Future Mix

GravitySlips 02.02.2019 05:39 PM

Can anyone recommend something similar to Tim Hecker's Harmony in Ultraviolet or An Imaginary Country?

I've listened to all his records and like/love most of em, but those two in particular. I tried a Ben Frost album but wasn't too enamoured - maybe it was the wrong one?

Severian 02.02.2019 08:46 PM

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Originally Posted by GravitySlips
Can anyone recommend something similar to Tim Hecker's Harmony in Ultraviolet or An Imaginary Country?

I've listened to all his records and like/love most of em, but those two in particular. I tried a Ben Frost album but wasn't too enamoured - maybe it was the wrong one?


AURORA is the Ben Frost album to listen to.

Iíve been given shit here before about it by cooler-than-thou pissants who donít know shit. Itís a great, caustic, calamitous, noisy polar vortex of an album that just fucking sucks you right in. Itís the best thing heís done, and one of the few things about 2014 that didnít suck.

Definitely a similarity or two to be found between AURORA and the Hecker records you mentioned, though YMMV.

Hopefully thatís not the one that didnít do it for you.

GravitySlips 02.03.2019 05:54 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Severian
AURORA is the Ben Frost album to listen to.

Iíve been given shit here before about it by cooler-than-thou pissants who donít know shit. Itís a great, caustic, calamitous, noisy polar vortex of an album that just fucking sucks you right in. Itís the best thing heís done, and one of the few things about 2014 that didnít suck.

Definitely a similarity or two to be found between AURORA and the Hecker records you mentioned, though YMMV.

Hopefully thatís not the one that didnít do it for you.


Thanks, that's not the Frost album I'd heard - looking back I think it was Solaris. Didn't have that noisy, hazy sound of the Hecker records, which is maybe to be expected as it's more of a "conceptual" album I guess. It was pleasant enough but wasn't really what I was after...

AURORA sounds more promising, thanks!! I'll throw it on today.

Severian 02.03.2019 11:00 AM

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Originally Posted by GravitySlips
Thanks, that's not the Frost album I'd heard - looking back I think it was Solaris. Didn't have that noisy, hazy sound of the Hecker records, which is maybe to be expected as it's more of a "conceptual" album I guess. It was pleasant enough but wasn't really what I was after...

AURORA sounds more promising, thanks!! I'll throw it on today.


The thread of melody is a bit more difficult to find than with Hecker. And the noise is pretty extreme at times. It really sounds like someone just going the fuck to town on a giant instrument he made in his metal shop.

But itís pretty goddamn glorious if youíre into that kind of thing. There are these little moments of clarity that blossom out of the noise and make for a really thrilling listen, in my opinion.

Hope you like

The Soup Nazi 02.13.2019 03:09 PM

See http://www.sonicyouth.com/gossip/showpost.php?p=1373990&postcount=90 :)


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