What are you listening to?

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#2897

Constantly evolving Spotify playlist by Jay Babcock, former editor of the late great Arthur Magazine:


#2898

here is my current playlist. i have been indulging in deejay.de, juno and hardwax records
I think in the leftfield/abstract techno world there is an excitement i can only find relation to my early interests in punk/alternative music. Artists doing splits, focus on the music and collaboration. Loving it.

There are a few others and i’d love feedback :slight_smile:


#2899

Will support ~~

I used to be obssessed with Before Nostromo when it came out. Always wondered about the instruments/tools he used for that… iirc it was something like an analog dsp box that looks like a radio. I couldn’t figure it out but I ended up researching a lot about dsp, so that’s that.


#2900

In rotation this week:

The Hotel Neon release in particular is an incredible listen.


#2901


#2902

Today’s listening is Richard Chartier’s Further Materials


#2903

#2904

yes i like this. nice and weird.


#2905

Below Nostromo is fantastic and is reason enough to get that box set


#2906

#2907

Have been digging into this album the past few days and it’s reallllly growing on me.

Loved the track, then saw the video and damn, it’s fantastic.


#2908

I have been on a huge listening to ambient kick.


#2909

I recently received my box set of the Autechre’s NTS Sessions 1-4 on vinyl, have been putting aside an hour or so each evening to digest a disc or two of this absolute monolith.

It is amazing. An absolute triumph. Might be my favorite release of theirs (and MANY of them have a special place in my heart already).


#2910

The album is tremendous.

The vinyl is an experience.


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#2912

Local guy who’s got one coming out on 12k soon. Dreamy steel guitar.


#2913

Old Punch Card: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pj5XJFMaTdg&list=OLAK5uy_lyahS7l9BSPqE2zgiC6HUwl4P2xm0GLKc
Sam Prekop’s modular album


#2914

This record didn’t click for me right away, but I re-listened after playing with him and I think my ears must’ve evolved over the years in-between or something. Maybe seeing his process a bit had me curious too? Definitely a bold record for him to make.


#2915

rly rly loving the new yves tumor direction, the visuals are nutso


#2916

Listening to the Richard D.James album.

One of the first ‘electronic’ albums I ever bought (when I was about 15), and recommended to me at the local record shop (RIP).

… Aciiiiiid :smiley: !!!