Saturday, January 24, 2015
Friday, January 23, 2015
Thursday, January 22, 2015
Sunday, January 18, 2015
figured since i shared the richard pinhas a coupla days ago, why not share something by his earlier band, heldon? this is ridiculously amazing weirdo psych prog with early electronics layered on top. if you listened to chronolyse & were blown away, wait till you hear this.
ps this is the expanded japanese version, forgot to write that last night.
Saturday, January 17, 2015
Friday, January 16, 2015
at the intersection of kraut histrionics, classic rock wizadry & proggish tendencies lies the fourth album from sensations' fix. took me a while to get into this, not quite as immediate as fragments of light. definitely a grower, but hey, any sensations' fix album is %95 better than most shit out there. not to sound overly verbose here, franco falsini is a guitar genius.
Friday, January 9, 2015
This was supposed to be a inspirational gift for our friend and host Ryan, but the latest happenings made me want to extend this blessing to whoever needs it
David Darling isn't a ethnomusicologist per se, and I'm sure this record doesn't quite qualify as true Ethno due to his arrangements and cello additions. However, the polyphonic chants of the Bunun, a Taiwanese tribe, echo magnificently. If there's hope yet to be found in this ever rotting world, ceiled by ever dimming stars, it creeps around woods, deserts, mountains and islands untouched, sovereign reign of animist gods.
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Thursday, January 8, 2015
richard pinhas' debut album. if yr not familiar, he played in heldon, with pascal comelade (that reissue in 2k14 was the fucking cat's pajamas!), & on this jean phillipe goude album i posted a while ago. the first eight songs are beautiful solo synth gems where he is channeling philip glass filtered through tangerine dream. the last song is a fripp inspired epic with pinhas with a full band jamming on the one.
Wednesday, January 7, 2015
i posted an album of theirs before, & got a great response, so almost two years later, here is the follow up. amazing baroque pop channeling free design with a latin american flair, this is so fucking good you guys. sorry for the 192, all i have. if someone has an upgrade, please share with the rest of us.
Tuesday, January 6, 2015
Monday, January 5, 2015
whoa huh? it's frustrating because i spend my time & money on this blog so i can share what i think are gems, & then most of the time no thanks from anyone & now i have this asshole harassing me. why man? it's free music. don't like mine, start yr own blog & show me up. i feel burnt out from doing this for so long guys. where's jerry orbach when ya need him? miss you bb!
Friday, January 2, 2015
in the spirit of cleaning out, here is one of my favorites. not sure where i got this from, maybe bruno? anywho, great summery breezy hanging out on the beach drinking an ultimate hurricane & flying through the clouds vibes abound on this gem. perfect nostrum to this miserable gray weather we're having today in seattle.
figured while i'm cleaning out my apartment, why not also clean out my itunes as well. also, this is a nice follow up to the last album i posted. more early synth explorations which weaves in elements of jazz, classical & blues to very nice effect. kinda oram/derbyshire~esque, could see this influencing some bbc cats.