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Sunday, 3rd of May, 2009

Playlist 03.05.09 (11:18 pm)

Good evening! Amazing Americana to start with tonight! The Fire on Fire album is a truly brilliant collection of songs across the whole folk spectrum.
Summary tonight is going to be a bit more of a summary than it has been lately. Akron/Family‘s new album is excellent as always, and I’m sure it’ll be getting a few more spins on the show.
Years‘ album is going to be fantastic. This track is available from the Arts & Crafts site. On the same label, some lovely post-classical postrock from Bell Orchestre.
Patrick Watson‘s new album is a beauty, and we had an instrumental and a vocal piece from it. interesting production, amazing playing.
Later on, a number of tracks from artists who were playing on Saturday night in Sydney: Seaworthy launched his beautiful new album 1987, and Brisbane/Hobart’s Tom Hall played at the same gig. Down the road, Brisbane outfit Mr. Maps played their first Sydney show, while Underlapper sadly played their last gig until the end of the year or start of 2010 – but hopefully their brilliant new album will be finished and released around then too!
Also a couple of tracks from The Declining Winter‘s tour EP that you can get if you’re quick from their MySpace, one of which tracks for some reason reminded me of Peter Gabriel‘s Passion, so we got a track from that incredible soundtrack (from 1989), and we also had a bonus unreleased Part Timer remix of The Declining Winter…
Oh, and Monk Fly is launching his new EP on Friday at Civic Underground (cnr Goulburn & Pitt Sts in the city), with some great guests, should be a great gig.

Speaking of gigs, my alter-ego Raven is going to be doing a cello/laptop/loop-pedal set on Saturday night at Dirty Shirlows (one of Marrickville’s many warehouse spaces that have popped up in the last couple of years). Cleptoclectics is playing too, so it won’t be all bad :) It’s the launch of Maitreya Kali’s 3″ on the CURT label. Come along!

Fire on Fire – The Orchard [Young God Records]
Cerberus Shoal – Pie For The President [Monotreme]
Fire on Fire – Toknight [Young God Records]
Akron/Family – Many Ghosts [Dead Oceans]
Bell Orchestre – Bucephalus Bouncing Ball [Arts & Crafts]
Aphex Twin – Bucephalus Bouncing Ball [Warp Records]
Years – Are You Unloved? [Arts & Crafts]
Bell Orchestre – Icicles/Bicycles [Arts & Crafts]
Jon Hopkins – The Wider Sun / Vessel [Domino]
Patrick Watson – Down at the beach [Secret City Records]
DM Stith – Fire of Birds [Asthmatic Kitty]
Patrick Watson – Beijing [Secret City Records]
Ghoul – Jakob [self-released]
Lessons in Time – The light broke [4-4-2 music]
Seaworthy – Ammunition 5 [12k]
Tom Hall – The story of Awe Resonare [Nightrider Records]
Mr. Maps – Your Heels in Sand, Soul in Pursuit (Lights version) [lofly]
Underlapper – Little Tapioca (Part Timer remix) [Feral Media]
The Dead Sea – Bandicoots [self-released]
the declining winter – drenched [self-released tour ep]
Peter Gabriel – Of These, Hope [Real World/Virgin]
Quinta – In America [Tartaruga]
the declining winter – i don’t really want to be alone (vocal) [self-released tour ep]
Fieldhead – This Train is a Rainbow [direct from artist]
Monk Fly – Thank You [Frequency Lab]
the declining winter – (unknown track) dark mahoney & the midnight bitch‘s griming winter [direct from Part Timer]
dntel – mini [Phtalo/Plug Research]
Robert Logan – Ultraflux [Slowfoot]
65daysofstatic – Await Rescue [Monotreme]


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