What Are You Listening To Now?

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Bitchin' bajas, they're pretty cool!
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Rinsing the White Hills discography, haven't listened to them for a while. saw them many moons ago play a tiny art gallery in Nottingham with Kid Millions on drums and second guitar from Doggen , they were a blazing comet of sound. Enjoying the revisit.

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Neil Young- Homegrown LP
Gene Clark- White Light Intervention Records reissue LP
Mercury Rev- Delta Sweete Revisited LP
China Crisis- Working With Fire & Steel deluxe 3 CD. Late night Amazon purchase. The two extra Cds are incredible. Nice way to spend a sunny day in Detroit inside.
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Perfect Prescription

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Flowers of hell - 'Come hell or high water'
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Kikagaku Moyo`s - Masana Temples getting played a lot this week, so good. According to my Spotify account the new Sonic, Daniel Avery and the latest Run The Jewels are my `Heavy Rotations`, seems about right.

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Tempos - Culto Al Qondor
Really loving this, has to be one of my fave Drone Rock Records releases out of the ones I've heard. Kudos to Adam.
Had it on a few times recently, love how the songs build and it's very rhythmic but not too repetitive. The drummer is all over the kit driving the whole thing, not just doing the Neu beat that so many psych bands fall into

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Will be having a day of Beachwood Sparks today in honour of our anniversary. We had this as our first dance on our wedding day, 18 years ago. This will forever be our song.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J2l3FY6K2IE

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yet more The Heads archive recordings on vinyl coming for your money- Reverberations Vol 2. they are reissuing Vertigo Swill too.

https://www.roughtrade.com/gb/the-heads ... ions-vol-2

also has anyone heard Bent Arcana. a new release from John Dwyer of the Oh Sees. It's very much on a jazz/improv tip. also features Peter Kerlin (Chris Forsyth/Sunwatchers) on bass so that piqued my interest

https://johndwyer.bandcamp.com/releases

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Came home to the sad news of Denise Johnson`s passing, so sad, she was only chatting away with followers on twitter the other day and had a new album coming out to look forward to as well, always liked this tune, RIP

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niamhm wrote:
Mon Jul 27, 2020 9:20 pm


Came home to the sad news of Denise Johnson`s passing, so sad, she was only chatting away with followers on twitter the other day and had a new album coming out to look forward to as well, always liked this tune, RIP
I am very, very sad about Denise Johnson's passing to say the least. I've been a huge fan of A Certain Ratio since 1980. She was a part of ACR's recording and live setup way back into the 1990's. If I were to chose a single vocal performance by her if would be the version of Big Jet Plane on Primal Scream's Memphis Tapes, which is memorable for Throb's contributions too. Taken too soon is an understatement. What a voice she had....

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The Ridiculous Trio plays The Stooges.

Tuba, Trombone and Drums let loose on The Stooges! Better than you might imagine :)
https://theridiculoustrio.bandcamp.com/ ... he-stooges
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sunray wrote:
Fri Jul 31, 2020 12:08 am
The Ridiculous Trio plays The Stooges.

Tuba, Trombone and Drums let loose on The Stooges! Better than you might imagine :)
https://theridiculoustrio.bandcamp.com/ ... he-stooges
I didn't think this would be much, but i'm sitting here listening, with a smile on my face :) Thanks for this!

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olan wrote:
Tue Jul 28, 2020 12:20 am
niamhm wrote:
Mon Jul 27, 2020 9:20 pm


Came home to the sad news of Denise Johnson`s passing, so sad, she was only chatting away with followers on twitter the other day and had a new album coming out to look forward to as well, always liked this tune, RIP
I am very, very sad about Denise Johnson's passing to say the least. I've been a huge fan of A Certain Ratio since 1980. She was a part of ACR's recording and live setup way back into the 1990's. If I were to chose a single vocal performance by her if would be the version of Big Jet Plane on Primal Scream's Memphis Tapes, which is memorable for Throb's contributions too. Taken too soon is an understatement. What a voice she had....
Olan, she was a one off, I was lucky enough to get to know her a little over the last 2 years, mainly due to her being good mates with people I was mates with. Primal scream's response to her death was lukewarm and they were called out by Terry Christian (was was great friends with Denise), worth seeing his angry tweets on twitter.
I was floored when I heard the news, she was such a friendly, warm and selfless person, and yes , what a voice.
This year can just bloody do one, thoroughly depressing

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I'm mainlining this Verve Hultsfred recording - fuck it's good!

Can't believe I missed out on them at the time - 92-96 were such wasted years as I stuck by the indie guitar stuff to the detriment of most of the great psych/space rock/shoegaze going on...

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Gaslamp Killer - ‘Heart Math’ LP
Sun Ra - ‘Sleeping Beauty’ LP
Pharoah Sanders - ‘Thembi’ LP

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