spunder wrote:the new Early Years album is excellent, wearing their Harmonia influence on their sleeves , even more so than before!
spunder wrote:I am enjoying the new Goat album . I like it a lot.
I can't get into the Goat LP. It has flutes and pan pipes and we operate a strictly no pan pipes rule here and frown upon any unnecessary use of the flute.*
johnnyboy wrote:New Moon Duo track http://www.thefader.com/2016/11/01/moon ... -cold-fear
"Cold Fear," a haunting, exhilarating song with hints of '80s minimal electro no wave. Over email, Johnson told The FADER that the track "is about primal fear, like drowning, or falling endlessly in a nightmare. It's a creeping, striking feeling that is also a real rush. It makes you feel alive.”
http://www.self-titledmag.com/2016/11/0 ... ure-vol-1/
Also, Psychic Ills - Inner Journey Out, such a fine album, Spzretents lukewarm live review is making me wary but I think I`ll go see them later this month anyway.
spzretent wrote:Sounds like you are in a very stressful situation. I wish you both the very best. It helps put things in the proper perspective.
Sometimes nothing works likes music you love. Nothing.
Sit back and enjoy. Sounds like you have earned it.
Happy Birthday, Happy Holidays and a very Happy & more importantly Healthy New Year.
Aquarian-Time wrote:Have given myself a 2017 target of listening to (via either ipod, turntable or cd) 1000 albums from start to finish.
I figured I was doing too much skipping through, shuffling and far too much buying without giving the albums enough airtime.
I am 25 albums in thus far and thoroughly enjoying it, listening to such a varied amount of stuff (naturally keeping a log of everything I listen to) but also making time for more listening which is effectively what buying all this stuff is surely all about.
I may or may not list each months listening but to be honest doubt anybody would be overly interested.
stegraham wrote:I'm enjoying the new Ulrich Schnauss and Jonas Munk collaboration:
http://www.astrangelyisolatedplace.com/ ... nk-passage
I'm surprised because after the last Ulrich Strauss album I had given up on him and vowed not to buy another of his records. I didn't enjoy it "No further ahead than today" at all, neither the one before or his two albums with Mark Peters (bit dull really). But liking this new track.
mc wrote:Experimental Audio Research - Worn To A Shadow
For those put off by the more obtuse, outre aspects of Sonic's career (me, I love it all), this relatively recent release is definitely one of the more mellow, bright, tuneful E.A.R. records. Fans of "Mesmerised" will find much to enjoy here.
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