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Old 02-08-2019, 10:05 PM   #21 (permalink)
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Astronoid - Astronoid (2019)

Oh hell ****ing yes. Mew at their dream-poppiest meets thrash with some shoegaze.

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Old 02-09-2019, 05:06 PM   #22 (permalink)
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solid step down from Air imo
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Old 02-09-2019, 05:37 PM   #23 (permalink)
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solid step down from Air imo
I think the songwriting is stronger on this one but there's less novelty value.
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Fade To Grey by 36

https://3six.net/album/fade-to-grey
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Liz Harris, the mysterious Pacific Northwest musician behind the long-running ambient project Grouper, has just released a surprise double album under the name Nivhek. After Its Own Death / Walking In A Spiral Towards The House, described in a press release as “opaque assemblages of Mellotron, guitar, field recordings, tapes, and broken FX pedals,” combines recordings made during and after residencies in Portugal and Russia with pieces made at Harris’ home in Astoria, Oregon.
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The final track...
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top notchly ridiculous yet somehow restrained mathcore
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jeez these breakdowns
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Xièxie by Celer

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another drone winner - dude keeps knocking them out
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Actually from 1986, but released just last week.



Incredible 1986 lost recordings, an amazing adventure of a musicological and botanical research on the psychoacoustic qualities of the green world. Black Sweat has always focused its gaze on a diverse series of genres, from an equally diverse number of geographies and eras. Equally, the label represent one of the great, focused efforts in illuminating the output of the Italian avant-garde - an endlessly exciting, but all too neglected vein within the history of recorded sound. Central to the beginnings of this movement is the legendary ensemble, Aktuala - a project which laid the groundwork for many of the defining characteristics of subsequent movements and scenes, with its members, and those who were inspired them, creating a remarkable body of work which stretches across the decades. Black Sweat's latest batch begins with a long lost release by one of Aktuala's most important members, Walter Maioli - equally noted for his contributions to the seminal projects, Futuro Antico, Amazonia 6891, Gruppo Afro Mediterraneo, etc, made in collaboration with the composer Nirodh Fortini, between 1986 and 89.

Never before released, Taraxacum is a journey back in time - a window into what so much of the Italian avant-garde was all about - visionary, creatively ambitious, and relentlessly democratic - drawing inspiration from a diverse number of global traditions, as well as the sounds of the natural world. Drawing from musicological and botanical research on the psychoacoustic qualities of the Green World - an investigation of an organic symbiosis - the pharmacological properties of plants and the sound emitted by their material essence, these are the realms music which few have explored - singular fruit born of a juncture between the visionary mind of Maioli and the music therapist and eclectic composer, Agostino Nirodh Fortini - a specialist in the field of sound and video applied to body therapies and meditation.
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