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Severian 04.24.2016 01:30 AM

 


Specifically this song ("Separations")

http://youtu.be/Exm5hFRo1P0

It's a little pop-punky, but there's just enough grimey, gnarly, messy energy to make it enjoyable. When I'm looking for something like this, I *need* something like this. And it does just fine.

Bytor Peltor 04.25.2016 02:25 PM

Walter Wegmuller - Tarot: "Die Welt"

greenlight 04.25.2016 02:55 PM

Smog - Prince Alone in the Studio

 

The Soup Nazi 04.26.2016 05:01 PM

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Originally Posted by greenlight
Smog - Prince Alone in the Studio

 


I must spread some reputashe around before giving it to greenlight again.

The Soup Nazi 04.27.2016 08:26 PM

 

stu666 04.28.2016 04:23 PM

 

The Soup Nazi 04.28.2016 04:37 PM

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Originally Posted by stu666


You have an Ecstatic Peace! stereo system?
:D

stu666 04.28.2016 04:51 PM

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Originally Posted by The Soup Nazi
You have an Ecstatic Peace! stereo system?
:D

Yeah :P

now spinning the diamond sea 12"

 

The Soup Nazi 04.28.2016 04:59 PM

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Originally Posted by stu666
Yeah :P

now spinning the diamond sea 12"

 


Is that a chick magnet or what?

Bytor Peltor 04.28.2016 08:15 PM

 

Bytor Peltor 04.30.2016 09:23 AM

elizabeth veldon - a childhood of tape hiss and violence

 

The Soup Nazi 04.30.2016 11:02 AM

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Originally Posted by Bytor Peltor


I like it. Will buy it. Brother BP, you make me feel like an ignorant mook, but many thanks!
:D

Bytor Peltor 04.30.2016 11:50 AM

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Originally Posted by The Soup Nazi
I like it. Will buy it. Brother BP, you make me feel like an ignorant mook, but many thanks!
:D


If anyone is the mook, it's ME ;)

......and you know this from trying to help me with DL's and such in years past!

I'm just trying to pass along odd and interesting music when I become aware and I'm always looking to others for new discoveries.

Something else I've been listening to this morning: Cyclopsycho

Learned of her this past February when she appeared on Dead-Air's, What's This Called?

 

gmku 05.02.2016 12:56 PM

Lately, a bit of jazz.

Saw BORN TO BE BLUE over the weekend.

Don't expect a faithful re-telling of Chet Baker's life. It is, however, an enjoyable movie about a jazz musician, and it can be seen also as a good love story. Ethan Hawkes and Carmen Ejogo are great together. And there's the soundtrack, of course.

Bytor Peltor 05.03.2016 03:14 PM

Journey Into The Light
 

evollove 05.03.2016 05:01 PM

^ Amazing. And all the youtube recommendations on the side haven't wasted my time either.

"Gruppo di Improvvisazione Nuova Consonanza was an avant-garde free improvisation group considered the first experimental composers collective."

Funky:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EiIT7K4A6rU

Not funky:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bI6EZFG7d-w

Bytor Peltor 05.04.2016 09:39 AM

^^^so, do you prefer the funky or not funky? To be honest, I've never considered anything "funky" as avant-garde. For myself, I consider the "Niente" track more of a splattered jazz......no right or wrong, just how I've categorized it over the years.

YES - things songs / full albums on the side don't disappoint!



My Wednesday morning cassette action:

Crank Sturgeon - Hotel 4

 

Bytor Peltor 05.04.2016 09:40 AM

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Originally Posted by stu666


Is that wax considered pink or bubblegum?

You should start a weekly Periscope show where you pull something from your collection and play it :D

Severian 05.04.2016 10:14 AM

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Originally Posted by Bytor Peltor
Is that wax considered pink or bubblegum?

You should start a weekly Periscope show where you pull something from your collection and play it :D


Not a bad idea.

evollove 05.04.2016 10:25 AM

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Originally Posted by Bytor Peltor
^^^so, do you prefer the funky or not funky? To be honest, I've never considered anything "funky" as avant-garde. For myself, I consider the "Niente" track more of a splattered jazz......no right or wrong, just how I've categorized it over the years.


"Spattered jazz" is certainly more poetic and probably more accurate than "funky." Those two tracks are so different, I can't say I really prefer either.

Is Gruppo Di Improvvisazione Nuova Consonanza super famous? Should I feel stupid for never having heard them until yesterday?

EDIT: I am stupid. The more I dig around 60s avant-garde German music, the more I realize Can wasn't particularly original. I had no idea.


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