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#2613

always a pleasure to hear John Tilbury play piano, especially, in this case, with a creative saxophone player


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#2615

So glad to return to this yesterday, I think it’s been at least ten years:


#2616

I’ve been returning to these end of 2017 Mego releases throughout the year.

Loke Rahbek & Frederik Valentin - Buy Corals Online

Transcendence Orchestra (Surgeon + Dan Bean) - Modern Methods for Ancient Rituals


#2617

Also been listening to this jaunty melodic electronic stuff with a bunch of clean guitar… Don’t know if anyone knew Carpet Bomb records from the late 90s?


#2618

#2619

wow!
Me like!
A lot!
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#2620

#2621

nice new melodic minimalism from Ged
volca FM + reverb + delay : - )


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#2624

Important just recently posted a test pressing of a forthcoming Caterina Barbieri / Eleh split which I cannot wait to hear.


#2625

I can’t stop streaming these Skinnerbox live sets:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7whx5eP8H3gOykYp7M3BWQ


#2626

Cools down like popping into the cold storage on a hot summer day (with or without hangover)


#2627

Oh, to find this on vinyl :confused: Abdul Wadud, solo cello ‘jazz’.


#2628

Brian Eno-Dunwich Beach, Autumn, 1960

#2629

Masayoshi Fujita & Jan Jelinek - Bird, lake, objects

#2630

Daniel Schmidt - And The Darkest Hour Is Just Before The Dawn

#2631

Not unrelated to the Daniel Schmidt, very much enjoying the new Mark Fell


#2632

Thanks – Schmidt is one of my favorites. So glad all of these forgotten minimalists continue to be discovered! While much of this material is 40+ years old, the revival is still for me the best thing going with music right now.