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Old 03-28-2019, 08:50 AM   #31 (permalink)
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Have you heard Expo ‘70?
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never heard of them.
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Old 03-29-2019, 04:14 PM   #33 (permalink)
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Check ‘em out

I think you’ll dig it
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I think you’ll dig it
nah, not my cup of tea. to be fair i m talkin about a specific album cuz i i shaw they have a huge discography. after 2min searching i choose to download 2007's animism. its too abstract for me. could we call this drone? or ambient-in-a-rock-context? i dont care for it. and when it got less abstract (in the 5th track where a guitar goes in the front) i like it even less.. you fond of them? which album(s)?

i heard a similar (in my ear at least and i m not used to this kind of sound...) record the week before: RMFTM&10.000 Russos. didnt care about it as well (although i love most stuff by 10.000 russos)...

i ll seize this opportunity to say that for some reason the past couple of months people rec me....japanese stuff i ve heard: Mitsutama Sobodan (i hope i got their name at least 50% right..) they re okay, Mid-Air thief (i dont understand why the big fuss about them) , acid mothers temple [great band], Hiroshi Yoshimura's postcards, and Mariah - Utakata No Hibi. the last two were pretty interesting records.

ps. next post i ll add some 2018's honorable mentions that werent on the tape (mostly cuz i havent heard it on time).

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Old 03-31-2019, 03:32 PM   #35 (permalink)
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fair enough - I’ll still be keeping my eye open for your faves
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fair enough - I’ll still be keeping my eye open for your faves
i appreciate that considering that most of your posts seem to indicate inclination toward waaaaay more experimental stuff than those in here..


other 2018 stuff i liked:
Carla Dal Forno's ep and ex:re album. i havent heard these on time. especially Carla dal Forno's ep is excellent! i discovered it in MB (i think it was Frownland who talked about it)
the Young Fathers album. i heard this (many times) before i made the tape, but hadnt digested it. its pretty much an ex-hip hop you could say group that made an album of electronica-soul-gospel-pop (at some points i was sure i was hearing michael jackson bumpin in and singin a verse.) and this thing actually made sense and is published by....ninja tune. (in fact i think that they were in big dada - ninja tune's hiphop subsidiary before this album) its a nice record and i think that in a fair world it would be a big (mainstream) success.
Jon Hopkins had a great album out but i didnt knw what to do with it
Childish Gambino - this is america- pretty interesting track-video-political statement.
Tom Waits singin' bella ciao! i cant remember why i didnt use this. maybe it would be unfair to the others
RTJ had a so-so by their standards track but i could easily put it in (Let's Go (The Royal We))

i am definitely forgeting stuff but...that's the way it is, so, nevermind!
[end of tape 1]
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[start of the 2nd tape]
sometimes i like to have a theme when making a tape. i like it cause it narrows down the choices and makes you search your memory, your hard disk, sometimes even listen to new stuff or stuff that you dont remember hearing,or havent paid due attention to.

some time ago i started making a tape with songs that pose questions.since this was vast i narrowed it down to songs that have a question as a title. even so it got big so i cutted it to 2 parts (and i have a folder collecting songs for a possible 3d one....)

Do You Love Me?
Is This Desire?
Nevermind (What Was It Anyway?)
What's He Building?
What Is A Dollar?
Where It's At?
So What'Cha Want?
Who's gonna save my soul?
Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad?
Where Is the Line?
Who named the Days?
Is It Wicked Not To Care?
What you want?
What Do I Get?
So What?
Is She Weird?
How do you tell a child someone has died?

now that i see it this looks like some kind of quiz. (who sings it?)

ps.at some point i ll put a table of contents with the links in the 1st post of this thread......

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Cool theme
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thx OH!

all these questions are asked in the 2nd questions-tape. the last track hasn't a question for a title, but in it is where we get asked the question that gave the name to these tapes:
"where were you while we were getting high?" i remember always liking something very much about this sentence. i used to write it in books when i was at scool-age and stuff. i like how its sounds and how it looks with all these w's in the beginning of the words, its...architecture you could say.

well anyway here's the artists participating in this 2nd part, and then the link to it!
hope you enjoy and if you do hear it give some feedback!
on the next episode we will have the 1st part (i kinda liked the 2nd part more when it was made, hence the change of order)

the question askers in this part are (in order of appearence):

Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds
Pj Harvey
Sonic Youth
Tom Waits
Chain & The Gang
Beck
Beastie Boys
Gnarls Barkley
Moby
Bjork
the Arab Strap
Belle & Sebastian
My Bloody Valentine
Buzzcocks
Anti-Nowhere League
Pixies
the Black Lips


and finally the link: https://www.mixcloud.com/%CE%B3%CF%8...-getting-high/



ps even on the cover we got asked a question: why not?


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Old 04-22-2019, 11:08 AM   #40 (permalink)
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in the other part of the tape those were the questions asked:

How the west was won and where it got us?
Which side are you on?
What else is there?
Where i end and you begin?
Whatever happened to my rock n' roll?
What's the story morning glory?
Why don't we do it in the road?
What goes on?
Who the hell is mrs Valdez?
Why aren't you laughing now?
Who's been sleeping here?
Where did you sleep last night?
Where is my mind?
What went wrong? (in your head)
the last track breaks the rule again. its a track by the beta band that tells a story about the people with the questions and the people with the answers so.....you get it.
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