What are you listening to?

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#2433

Sun is out.


#2434

Currently listening to this after seeing Important Records post photos of the reference lacquers for this upcoming Radigue reissue:


#2435

Just now discovered Nobukazu Takemura through a Kate NV mixtape, the entire mix is really great but this song on this day in this moment is really transforming things


#2436


#2437

tech talk: distortion…


#2438

Revisiting Bush of Ghosts - still a textbook example on how to respect and use samples. Aside from the odd touch of slap bass its not at all dated (er…so it is a little bit). This is the killer track for me


i chose the bellydance version of the video as the audio quality was so much better than the others.
The dropped Qu’Ran track is also superb but hard to track down

#2439

i just ordered this


Cassette releases
#2440

can’t stream it yet, but the CD version was released yesterday. darker, more atonal than Narkopop–still, it’s very elegant and spacious-sounding.


#2441

dang, not sure how i missed this response. I haven’t heard of Dead Fader…on my way to check it out now!


#2442

New parquet courts. These guys can do no wrong

Also love the Blackstar vibes of the new nin track


#2443

That sold out lighting fast :frowning:


#2444

These both slay me!!


#2445

Oh damn, that’s nice. Don’t know the name of the pre-set, but that “Moments in Love” fairlight flute sound -you know the one- carrying the melody. Good stuff.

My Current Jam:
Planetary Peace- Synthesis

Home-recorded new-agey utopian hippy synth folk, so naive but genuinely uplifting.


#2446

I’m increasingly going back to Pan Sonic and Vainio.

We lost a really, really good one. So much of what I listen to can be categorized as “people who are down with Mika Vainio”.


#2447

I adore Rachel Evans’ music. I’m slowly going through her entire catalogue that I bought last year and this… this just blew my mind last night. Ballade for a Snow Moon


#2448

I’ve had two atmospheric techno albums on a lot lately:

Christopher Coe’s MNTNS of SLNC:

Daniel Avery’s Song for Alpha:

I wasn’t huge into techno, but these albums might be my gateway.


#2449

I can tell you what I’m GOING to be listening to a lot of in the next stretch if time… Ragnar Johnson’s second flute music of New Guinea release arrived on my doorstep yesterday :slight_smile:

The first release is one of my most listened to records of the last few years. Maybe the most impactful also.


#2450

Classic.


#2451

many quality releases on Another Timbre, recently. this one is really nice:


#2452

Sangatsu