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#2977


#2978

Very nice piano stuff (this is the pianist/composer for some of the Sharp Objects soundtrack). I love the way the bass notes are recorded.


#2979

Really excited for this new album, both tracks have gone in a very different direction from where he normally goes.


#2980

Really been enjoying this the last day or two


#2981

somehow related to this thread what-would-it-take-to-sound-new
“the album used sound taken from deliberately damaged CDs” released in 1994


#2982


#2983

enjoying the second part too


#2984

gorgeous studio work from Sarah Davachi. holy moly.


#2985

#2986

#2987

oh i’ve missed this thread.

this is candy, on repeat all last week.


#2988

These two jams defy categorization (to my brain at least). A little bit jazz. A little bit kraut rock. Just lovely.


#2989

The first song on this, Auster, just makes me sooo uncomfortable with its just-too-long pauses… I love it.


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#2991

Linda Catlin Smith has three albums on Another Timbre (label) - the music is often played by 2-4 people, with vibraphone, strings, and sometimes atonal percussion. It’s nicely done; understated and often affecting.


#2992

Surprising myself by enjoying this fairly bolshy industrial / IDM throwback stuff. In the vein of when LFO / Mark Bell got noisy.


#2993

This interview with Oren Ambarchi is really interesting I reckon - a teen from Australia (Jewish, an atheist) finding his way to New York via studying the Talmud, and maintaining a double-life going out at night to the Knitting Factory etc.

http://www.5049records.com/podcast/oren-ambarchi

PS. Thanks for linking to this release, I hadn’t heard about it.


#2994

This playlist is made up of all lines users!


#2995

Great new Tiny Desk Concert: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=to22meUpSEI


#2996

Really enjoying this EP by Jesse Osborne-Lanthier