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Sunday, 26th of February, 2012

Playlist 26.02.12 (10:10 pm)

Rap, dubstep, jazzy electronica, experimental, indie and folk. What does it all mean? Just Good Music!
LISTEN AGAIN via On Demand streaming, or you can grab the podcast or click the link below (but not they're in mono, unlike streaming).

Busdriver has a new album out, and about time! Entirely produced by Belgian producer Loden, it's lushly melodic, and sees Busdriver mostly singing, albeit still in surrealist phrases and often rapid-fire. More rap-oriented is the bonus 7", a sarcastic song with additional help from equally obtuse alt-rapper Aesop Rock.

Awesome Japanese dubstepper Goth-Trad is up next, with the first and last tracks from his excellent new album. In the middle I played the insane "Law" from a couple of years back, with a hyperactive bassline, computer game arpeggios and crazy drum fills.

Most of the new SkyRider is way too much in the ratchety wubwub style of US dubstep, which is a shame since he's better than that. I do like "Empty Houses" though, with its drops into dub reggae and a great female vocal sample.

Back with last week's find of Michel Banabila, we have takes from the three recent releases I featured then. See that playlist for more info — brilliant electronic-tinged jazz and experimental ambient sounds.

I was inspired by Banabila to dig out Peter Knight’s solo album from last year, and we heard some of his very beguiling minimal jazz composition — prepared piano and electronics under his soft trumpet.

Last week's centrepiece was from Oren Ambarchi’s new album, and tonight we have the two following tracks, which are also things of beauty. His cover of Kiss guitarist Ace Frehley is rich with doubled acoustic guitar, fingers on wine glasses and wordless vocals.

Italian percussionist Andrea Belfi features again from his ROOM40 album, with loose percussion grooves and abstract electronics, as well as a piece from where I first heard him, in collaboration with Machinefabriek.
And Machinefabriek also has a new 7" out any minute, on new label Vintermusik (click the link for more details). It's a brief but gorgeous piece of layered vocal samples.

After The Books’ Nick Zammuto started releasing demos of tracks from his new solo/band project last year, I pulled out his incredible 3CDR set Solutiore of Stareau from 1999, but it wasn't until now that I listened through it properly. The first two discs are relatively abstract sets of rhythmic guitar patterns and heavily scratched vinyl crackles, but the third (later re-released as Willscher) combines these two modes into some more song-shaped forms, leaning sometimes towards the idm that he was listening to at the time.
Pretty awesome, but even moreso is the demo of "Harlequin", which I hope ends up on the new Zammuto album.

I'm really not sure that any of the tracks from Sufjan StevensAge of Adz needed remixing, but Shigeto decided to take on the opening track "Futile Devices", and he makes it more electronic and beat-oriented without obscuring the beauty and delicatness of the original, so props to him.

A few years ago I got an EP on the beloved Static Caravan from a new artist called Beth Jeans Houghton & the Hooves of Destiny. Houghton is a precocious young artist who draws from English folk and other roots musics, and the EP was a real delight. She's since made a name for herself with an outlandish stage act and a well-crafted image, and her debut album has now landed from the mighty Mute. There's a bit of an overblown quasi-classical orchestral thing going on, and it's a little less delicate and straightforward than the earlier EP, but she's certainly a great songwriter, and the arrangements are strong. I've only given it one listen so far, and I'm looking forward to getting to know it better.

And finally, I'd meant to run through a few of the perfect lo-fi pop ditties of Chris Weisman, but ended up running out of time. One take from his latest album, and next week there'll be lots more!

Busdriver - Feelings [Fake Four Inc.]
Busdriver - Superhand's Mantra (Fuck Us All) feat. Aesop Rock [Fake Four Inc.]
Busdriver - Here's to Us [Fake Four Inc.]
Goth-Trad - Man in the Maze [P-Vine/Deep Medi]
Goth-Trad - Law [Deep Medi]
Goth-Trad - New Epoch [P-Vine/Deep Medi]
SkyRider - Empty Houses [SkyRider Bandcamp]
Michel Banabila and Mete Erker - Terra Incognita [Tapu Records]
Michel Banabila - Monochrome Pictures [Audio Tong]
Michel Banabila - MitVz4 [available from Bandcamp]
Peter Knight - Unknowness 1 [listen/hear collective]
Oren Ambarchi - Passage [Touch]
Oren Ambarchi - Fractured Mirror [Touch]
Andrea Belfi - Poaofbp [ROOM40]
Andrea Belfi & Machinefabriek - Pulses & Places 4 [brombron]
Andrea Belfi - D [ROOM40]
Machinefabriek - Ontrafelde tonen 2 [Vintermusik]
Zammuto - mbast goodanswerremix [self-released/re-released by Apartment B]
Zammuto - Harlequin (working version) [demo, released then removed from his Soundcloud] {available if you google it}
Zammuto - swap(a,b); [self-released/re-released by Apartment B]
Sufjan Stevens - Futile Devices (Shigeto remix) [free download from Stereogum]
Beth Jeans Houghton & the Hooves of Destiny - Nightswimmer [Mute]
Beth Jeans Houghton & the Hooves of Destiny - Lilyputt [Static Caravan]
Beth Jeans Houghton & the Hooves of Destiny - Atlas [Mute]
Beth Jeans Houghton & the Hooves of Destiny - Cruel Francis [Static Caravan]
Chris Weisman - music on a tape [Autumn Records]

Listen again — ~ 155MB

Sunday, 19th of February, 2012

Playlist 19.02.12 (10:14 pm)

Many wonderful sounds tonight, post-jazz, postrock, post-drone (OK doubt there's such a thing)... soundtracking your late night Sydney storm. Lovely!
So you'll be wanting to LISTEN AGAIN, right? Do the On Demand streaming thing, or if you want to be offline, there's the podcast or direct link at the bottom.

The CD of From the Mouth of the Sun has finally arrived — Aaron Martin and Jasper TX in collaboration — and looking back to when I got the mp3s, it seems this track was the highlight then too! I'll have to play something else from this lovely album in the next week or two.

I received some promo this week from Dutch jazz/electronic artist Michel Banabila, including an excellent duo album with saxophonist/clarinettist Mete Erker, which is a combo of jazz and experimental electronic (I vaguely categorise this stuff as post-jazz), along with a solo album which is much more on the experimental electronic tip. I love hearing jazz musicians working in the electronic/noise/ambient/beats realms, and Banabila does it wonderfully. Some of his solo stuff (see later in the show) has quite a Brian Eno influence, and on his Bandcamp you can find a (highly recommended) album of spoken samples from radio cut-up and pitch-shifted with electronics, which surely owes a lot to David Byrne & Brian Eno's classic My Life in the Bush of Ghosts. Really great stuff all round.

Melbourne's Sam Price has started putting up new solo tracks (as well as some from his duo Peon) on his SoundCloud, and they're as impressively varied as ever, from abstruse pure electronic music to ambient beats and percussion works. Definitely worth checking out.

Back in 2008, German techno artist Shed put out an album that was in the main a bit too 4/4 for my tastes, but featured the incredible deep dubby track "Estrange". That one track has enough cachet with me that I took note when I heard he had a new EP. Tonight's cut is a long techno track that gradually becomes more idm-like, with nice crunchy sounds and a submerged melody in the mix. Bodes well for the new album.

Also on a somewhat techno tip is the amazing Objekt, also from Berlin. His first EP blew me away last year, as did his Radiohead remix later in the year. The new EP has more repetitive robotic beats, with his precise ear for strange, angular drop-outs and cuts. It's not glitch, but it seems like his form of pounding electronic funk couldn't exist without the glitch.

A taste of things to come later in the show, one of the highlights from the Tyme. x Tujiko album which sees Tujiko Noriko working with Japanese electronic producer Tyme.. She's a fantastic producer herself (as we hear later on), but loves collaborations as well, as it's nice to find her back on (Editions) Mego, who without the "editions" started her off over 10 years ago. The new album is as poppy and straightforward as she gets, which is hardly mainstream of course...

Even further off the beaten path is John Wiese, whose music is usually at the far end of piercing noise. Those high-pitched are still present but toned down on his latest album, which sees sine waves pitted against mysterious acoustic sounds, quiet but distinctly disquieting. I'll play a longer track on a later show.

And finally we get to tonight's epic performance — all 33 minutes of Oren Ambarchi’s "Knots", from his latest album Audience of One. I could do without the first (vocal) track, but this one is incredible: Joe Talia's driving cybmal rhythms and drumkit throughout, Oren's guitar and the other instruments coming in waves over the rest, and for the last 5+ minutes, crushing guitar destruction. Pretty much perfect.

An equal highlight for this week comes from a sort of supergroup, Infinite Light Ltd. — made up of Aidan Baker, Nathan Amundson (Rivulets) and Mat Sweet (Boduf Songs). As you might expect, it's minimal folk/roots, drone, postrock and even bits of glitch... and it's pretty spectacular. Hope it's not just a one-off. And Denovali are doing brilliant work lately.

In between Infinite Light Ltd tracks we heard a lovely piece of postrock from the new Founder album. The beloved Sydney band are launching this album on Friday at the Petersham Bowling Club.
It should be an awesome gig, but I feel obliged to point out that there's competition on that night, from none other than myself playing cello with Greg and Matt from Underlapper, as Haunts — along with Making, Thomas William vs Scissor Lock and Simo Soo, at Dirty Shirlows. Both gigs should be awesome — how stressful!

So, in celebration of her new album on Editions Mego, I thought it was worth scanning through the back catalogue of Tujiko Noriko. Naturally there was way more that I wanted to play than I could fit it, and we might have a couple more flashbacks next week. If I'm not always 100% taken in by every song, or by the timbre of her voice, there are still always a good few brilliant tracks on every release. She's an adventurous producer herself, using glitchy samples and crunchy beats in weird and wonderful ways, and chooses well in her frequent collaborations. We went back to the beginning, then through her album for Tomlab (a definite highlight) and collaborations including our own Lawrence English | John Chantler with two albums on their Room40 label. This trip down memory lane has cemented her importance in my mind, and I hear her influence a lot in more recent Japanese music in particular.

We then headed back to the wonderful Banabila and Erker, and then heard one piece of ridiculously great hard rock from Making, followed by another new Founder track, and then a couple of lovely oldies, from more than 10 years ago! Ah, time how she flies.

From the Mouth of the Sun - Color Loss [Experimedia]
Michel Banabila and Mete Erker - Read My Lips (Route Plannet Mix) [Tapu Records]
Sam Price - Refinery [download from SoundCloud]
Shed - Estrange [Ostgut Tonträger]
Shed - RQ-170 [50 Weapons]
Objekt - Porcupine [Hessle Audio]
Tyme. x Tujiko - ten to sen [Editions Mego]
John Wiese - The New Dark Ages [Pan]
Oren Ambarchi - Knots [Touch]
Infinite Light Ltd. - December 12 [Denovali]
Founder - Patches (I'm depending on you son) [Understandation Records]
Infinite Light Ltd. - All Blues [Denovali]
Infinite Light Ltd. - (hidden track) [Denovali]
Tujiko Noriko - Bebe [Editions Mego]
Tujiko Noriko - Narita Made [Tomlab]
Tujiko Noriko - Tablet for Memory [Room40]
AOKI Takamasa + Tujiko Noriko - fly2 [Fat Cat]
Tujiko Noriko | Lawrence English | John Chantler - Ising [Room40]
Tyme. x Tujiko - vacation of god [Editions Mego]
Michel Banabila and Mete Erker - Skyscrapers [Tapu Records]
Michel Banabila - In Other Words [available from Bandcamp]
Michel Banabila - I Wont Play Your Game [Audio Tong]
making - Earth (Tundra) [available from Bandcamp]
Founder - Castro [Understandation Records]
Founder - Happy Cycling [available from their Bandcamp]
Founder - beckon of cowes (soul juice version) [Heavy]

Listen again — ~ 167MB

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Sunday, 12th of February, 2012

Playlist 12.02.12 (10:11 pm)

A night of long tracks... but we start with a few "shorter" pieces.
As usual, you can LISTEN AGAIN. Bottom linky, podcasty, on-demandy streamy.

So exciting that Sydney's beloved postrockers Founder are about to put out their long-awaited new album! Entitled Into The Frightened Air, it's being launched at the Petersham Bowling Club on Friday the 24th of Feb (Facebook event). It's got shouty indie songs, soundscapey postrock, proggy bits (one track which I'm sure they won't be offended if I say it sounds like Pink Floyd circa Meddle), trumpety bits and more.

The new Shearwater, their first on Sub Pop, is finally also out. It continues from where they left off - perhaps with a bit more of a rocky outlook, but with plenty of the late-Talk Talk vibes still in there. These two tracks are the highlights, Insolence in particular.

Cubenx is a Mexican electronica artist, making for this release a modernised '80s electro-pop thing. I got it, of course, for the Downliners Sekt remix, and it's up to their superlative standards — evolving over its length, with shimmering pads in the second half sealing the deal.

While we're on the electronic tip, let's have a nervy, fidgety glitch beat from the fantastic Robert Lippok album from last year. raster-noton in top form.

Finally the new Icarus album came out on Monday. If you haven't got your own unique copy, what are you waiting for? Of course part of the coolness of this release is that each version is different (an amazing feat of programming, mixing and mastering). Icarus have arranged that all owners can go on a special mailing list where they'll be able to arrange to swap versions with people, so as to build up a better picture of how the versions vary.
We heard an almost melodic, skittery drum'n'folktronica track, and then two quite drastically different versions of the second track on the album.

Very glad that the second release from Futuresequence’s net-label is from Sun Hammer. His spacious ambient/drone/post- works are always worth checking out, and he mixes in a surprising influence from bass/post-dubstep. There's no beats to be found on this mini-album, but there are waves of throbbing bass in parts. It's very hi-fi, very evocative, well worth settling back to with your eyes closed.

We also heard a surprisingly ambient piece from wonderful freak-folkers Au, enlisting the help of avant-garde sax genius Colin Stetson. Marvellous. I presume this is a non-album track, so I hope Stetson appears on the new album too.

And so it's time for the first epic track of the evening - 25 minutes from Nadja, the duo of Aidan Baker with Leah Buckareff. They're best known for huge doomy riffs, but also explore ambient and "postrock" territories. On their 2010 album Autopergamene they're joined by strings on two 25+minute pieces and one shorter one. I love how the last track starts with lonely acoustic guitar and then strings, then crashes in with full-on slow-mo riffs, and then in the last 3rd, slowly fades with fizzing and crackling guitars and keyboards, while otherworldly voices sigh variations on the track's title. Stunning.

Aidan Baker collaborated with Kevin Micka on an excellent album last year, and Micka also contributed drums to a few of the tracks on his insane Spectrum of Distraction album that just came out. On looking him up, I discovered that he's Animal Hospital, and I had to pull out his incredible Memory album from 2009. Floating strings are gradually subsumed by an enormous crunching bass guitar riff over the majority of this piece. Later in the album, the riff reappears in other forms. It's a crying shame this album's out of print (although now that I look, it is available digitally).

The Animal Hospital track was "only" 17 minutes long, and next up, we're down just below the ten minute mark! Petrels is the very welcome solo project for Oli Barrett of Bleeding Heart Narrative, no well and truly a full indie band. The two tracks on this EP are slow-growing concoctions of electronics, strings and noise. Available along with the album from Bandcamp, as well as in physical formats...

Down to more bite-size track lengths, we have a recent track from Oval, whose new album is a CD+DVD set of older rarities, new material and a huge archive of sounds from his releases, which are meant to be used with his software, but we're still waiting for that to become available :) Meanwhile, nice to hear crunchy beats and distorted acoustic sounds as per his recent material.

And we finish with a few pieces inspired by imminent appearance of a new album from Charles Hayward. I should have it in a couple of weeks. Meanwhile, post-This Heat Hayward formed Camberwell Now, and we hear his almost-junglist breakneck talents along with his vocals (and political lyrics) on "Working Nights", plus the bass-driven post-punk dance number "Speculative Fiction" (should've been a hit!), and a recent live set with literally 20 minutes of live breakbeat with punchy jazzpunk bass and guitar which you can download for free.
Oh — and I first heard Charles Hayward's name on a track by Chris Adams from Hood's Downpour project — proto-breakcore from 1997 on what's probably still one of my favourite releases of all time.

Founder - Cat Eat Machine [Understandation Records]
Shearwater - Run The Banner Down [Sub Pop]
Shearwater - Insolence [Sub Pop]
AFXJIM - Mouth In Motion [Feral Media] {free download from Bandcamp!}
Founder - 1997 [Understandation Records]
Founder - Vaster [Understandation Records]
Cubenx - These Days (Downliners Sekt remix) [InFiné Music]
Robert Lippok - sugarcubes [raster-noton]
Icarus - Spineez of Breakout (version 400) [Not Applicable]
Icarus - Shallow Tree (version 029) [Not Applicable]
Icarus - Shallow Tree (version 300) [Not Applicable]
Sun Hammer - Concerning the Change of Address of S. Akalin [Futuresequence]
Au - Under/Epic feat. Colin Stetson [Aagoo Records]
Sun Hammer - Nighttime in Jefferson National Forest [Futuresequence]
Nadja - you write my name in your blood [Essence Music]
Aidan Baker with Kevin Micka - Trouble on the Planet of the Surf Monkeys Pt4 [Broken Spine]
Animal Hospital - His Belly Burst [Barge Recordings]
Petrels - Thomas Muntzer [Denovali/available from Bandcamp]
Oval - Pockyrocky [Shitkatapult]
Camberwell Now - Working Nights [Ink Records/reissued by ReR Megacorp]
Downpour - Hey Charles Hayward [Drop Beat]
V For Victory - Escapism (excerpt) [free download from Charles Hayward's site]
Camberwell Now - Speculative Fiction [Ink Records/reissued by ReR Megacorp]

Listen again — ~ 260MBhttps://www.frogworth.com/utilityfog/mp3/UFog+20120212.mp3

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Sunday, 5th of February, 2012

Playlist 05.02.12 (10:04 pm)

Tonight featured some nice flashbacks to instrumental hip-hop, idm and folktronica of the past decades, plus some brilliant sounds from Aidan Baker...
LISTEN AGAIN via the usual link at the bottom, the usual podcast and the usual on demand streaming.

First up, though, George from Seekae is Cliques, and his first track under that name is the unreleased "Rooty Hill", a smooth electronic ride through Sydney's west. No RSL clubs to be found, clubs maybe though.

Next up, I had to feature another track from Icarus's new album, which is available NOW. It's genius - 1000 variations on the one album, so when you buy it you get your very own special copy. The changes are fairly subtle, so you know you're getting approximately what everyone else is getting, but sections might start and end at different times, sounds might be altered slightly... At some stage the duo are going to let the digital owners communicate with each other to swap versions, so you'll be able to get a picture of how the sounds vary. And it's all their usual wonderful mix of electro-acoustic/folktronic sounds and drum'n'bass backbone.

DJ Food has been many things over the years. Initially it was the major-label escape plan for Matt & Jon of Coldcut, but from the start it involved PC (Patrick Carpenter) and Strictly Kev (Kevin Foakes). These days it's actually possible to refer to DJ Food as "him", as it's been just Strictly for some time. It's still a sampladelic extravaganza, a little less trip-hoppy and a fair bit more technologically proficient, but still wonderful cut-up breaks and classic samples galore. The new album The Search Engine comes in a gazillion different formats, and I opted for the deluxe CD with a comic-style book of Henry Flint's incredible artwork, plus a flexidisc (which I'll never listen to, since I have the track already - but it's cute!)
I played one of the only exclusive tracks on the album — Kev's cover of the The The classic GIANT was present as an instrumental on one of the recent EPs, but appears here with vocals added by The The's Matt Johnson himself. Stunning. We also heard the classic rock'n'roll-sampling "Discovery Workshop", which adorns the flexidisc, and two earlier tunes from way back in the '90s: the broken-down and reconstructed funk of "Half Step", and the cinematic glory of "The Crow", in its original form from Funkungfusion.

We follow with the album debut of Diagrams, or "what Sam Genders did next". I'm tremendously glad that Sam Genders did something after quitting Tunng — they went from being one of my favourite bands ever with their first 2-3 albums, brilliant folktronic production and pitch-perfect arcane English folk, to some kind of singalong Glasonbury Festival jam band, with uninspired songs and not enough of Mike Lindsay's clever production. Diagrams are not so folktronic in the glitchy studio-trickery way, but they combine folk and indie and electronic pop like the best of the Beta Band (a common comparison given Genders' vocal style). A couple of the tracks from last year's EP are still some of their best, but I loved the closing track on the album, and also the hidden track (although I wish people would give up on the 20-minutes-of-silence thing, or at least stick it in the gap between tracks... please?)

Homegrown folktronica comes next, from Sydney's Piers Twomey. He's now playing postrock with the wonderful Grün, but the long-awaited launch of his solo album is happening this Tuesday night at The Green Room on Enmore Rd. Produced by Tony Dupé of Saddleback and many many Australian albums, it combines touchingly personal songwriting with beautiful arrangements and a taste for quirky studio touches, like bursts of pitched-up violin and guitar, or chopped drum beats. Recommended.

Rabbit Rabbit Radio is the groundbreaking new project for two of my favourite musicians, violinist and singer Carla Kihlstedt & her multi-instrumentalist partner Matthias Bossi, both of Sleepytime Gorilla Museum. For as little as $1/month you get a monthly output of music, video and all sorts of other stuff from these powerfully creative people. February is the debut, with the epic "Hush-Hush", driven by frenetic violin and Kihlstedt's vocals, insistent and then soaring.

Taking the classical and prog rock influences in another direction is Extra Life, who've had this shtick for a little while now. Somewhere between baroque and 20th century classical, their melodies are angular and weird, fitting the math-rock meets prog of the arrangements. Easy to admire, possibly hard to love.

The least Telafonica remix EP is out, and this time it's the very catchy "I Can Hear There's A Peace In The Dark". In a little bit of a coup they've got indie rock legent Dave McCormack of Custard to do a remix. Nice one.

In the '90s, Mark Van Hoen worked with post-rock/shoegaze originators Seefeel and made solo music under the name Locust. His Truth is Born of Arguments album from 1995, with a classic cover featuring brightly-lit disdainful female models, is something of a hidden gem, with incredibly heavy distorted beats and tiny slivers of female vocal samples on the first few tracks, plus Aphex Twin-style chilling ambient and worldbeat. It's wonderful that the mighty Editions Mego have released a new album from him that returns to some of these themes — crunchy beats, vocal snippets, and even some ambient idm are all present. Totally unmissable.

Italian percussionist Andrea Belfi has had some high-profilel collaborations, including Machinefabriek and David Grubbs, but it's great to have a solo album from him, on Brisbane's ROOM40 no less. Machinefabriek, Greg Haines and various others appear as guests, but it's very much Belfi's vision, sumptuous rhythm-led creations with both abstract sonic textures and beautiful strings and guitar. One of the best ROOM40 releases in some time, and that's saying something.

I'm a little late to the party with Aidan Baker. I knew of his work with doom rock/postrock outfit Nadja, and knew that he was an inveterate collaborator, but I've only gradually collected his solo back-catalogue works. They can feature drones, delicate rhythms, jazz post-rock with piano, bass and drums, electronics or heavy riffs and noise. Recently he's cultivated a slicing, jagged guitar sound perfect for angular post-punk chords. We heard only a small amount of what I'd like to cover, so there should be more next week, but tonight there was a solo more post-rocky album, a lovely collaboration with Animal Hospital's Kevin Micka, and a slew of tracks from his latest (2012) release The Spectrum of Distraction, a 2CD set which comes, faintly ridiculously, with nearly 6 hours of bonus download material. The album features collaborations with an amazing list of drummers, and the sounds range from almost-drill'n'bass to heavy head-nodding riffage of all sorts to more experimental segments. It's meant to played on shuffle, with a lot of the pieces slip up into tracks as short as 11 seconds (and as long as a few minuts). Pretty cool, all in all!

Cliques - Rooty Hill [unreleased]
Icarus - Colour Field [Not Applicable]
DJ Food - GIANT feat. Matt Johnson [Ninja Tune]
DJ Food - Half Step [Ninja Tune]
DJ Food - The Crow [Ninja Tune]
DJ Food - Discovery Workshop [Ninja Tune]
Diagrams - Peninsula [Full Time Hobby]
Diagrams - Woking [Full Time Hobby]
Tunng - Tale From Black [Static Caravan]
Diagrams - (hidden track) [Full Time Hobby]
Piers Twomey - Strange Advice [Laughing Outlaw]
Piers Twomey - A Misty Sea [Laughing Outlaw]
Rabbit Rabbit Radio (Carla Kihlstedt & Matthias Bossi) - Hush-Hush [Rabbit Rabbit Radio]
Extra Life - Righteous Seed [Northern Spy Records] {free download from Stereogum}
Telafonica - I Can Hear There's A Peace In The Dark (Dave McCormack Version) [4-4-2 Music] {available free from Bandcamp}
Mark Van Hoen - Don't Look Back [Editions Mego]
Locust - Penetration [R&S]
Mark Van Hoen - Where Were You [Editions Mego]
Andrea Belfi - B [ROOM40]
Aidan Baker - Dream Trips Pt 1-6 [Broken Spine]
Aidan Baker - You Are A Dream Monster Pt 1 [Broken Spine]
Aidan Baker with H Walker - Blood On The Handle Pts 1 & 2 [Broken Spine]
Aidan Baker - You Are A Monster Pts 3 & 4 [Broken Spine]
Aidan Baker with Simon Scott - You Are Microscopic [Broken Spine]
Aidan Baker with Kevin Micka - Chainsaw [Basses Frequencies]
Aidan Baker - fanciful flights [consouling sounds]

Listen again — ~ 161MB

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