jueves, 21 de mayo de 2015

Ulaan Passerine. Byzantium Crow

Ulaan Passerine. Byzantium Crow (worstward records, 2014)


sábado, 9 de mayo de 2015

Big Blood. Double Days I & II

Big Blood. Double Days I & II (self released, 2015)

"22 albums, 1 East Coast tour, 1 European tour, a wedding, a honeymoon, an independent record label and a daughter who never ceases to amaze us we celebrate our all encompassing labour of love."



jueves, 7 de mayo de 2015

viernes, 1 de mayo de 2015

The Cosmic Jokers. Planeten Sit-In

The Cosmic Jokers. Planeten Sit-In (kosmische musik, 1974)

Dieter Dierks, Klaus Schulze, Manuel Gottsching, Jurgen Dollase, Gille Lettmann & Harald Grosskopf
la mejor superbanda de todas

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martes, 21 de abril de 2015

Mountainhood. Spagyric

Mountainhood. Spagyric (gnome life records, 2013)

"Tracks range between dark woodland psychedelics, tender folk ballads, new age synth instrumentals, musique concrete, and more all channeled through the truly powerful imagination and mystical perspective that is Mountainhood. This tape contains tone-portals, poetic-gateways, song-ships that can transport you far-out to the furthest reaches of a science fiction landscape, or far-in to your own mysterious psycho-spiritual depths." Gnome Life Records


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04. Peter Hamsun's Childlike Observations (mp3)


sábado, 11 de abril de 2015

Odessey & Oracle. Odessey & Oracle and The Casiotone Orchestra

Odessey & Oracle. Odessey & Oracle and The Casiotone Orchestra (carton records, 2014)

"Odessey & Oracle are inspired by the freedom that the late sixties represented, and rather than being restricted by revivalism, have appropriated and updated that sense of daring spirit. This allows for a wider range of influences which include artists as diverse as Bach, the Dirty Projectors , Brian Wilson , White Noise , Moondog and Robert Wyatt. Recorded with the help of a dozen musical accomplices (the titular Casiotone Orchestra), the results are an impressively, and often exhaustingly, varied selection of songs which will likely leave your head reeling. One moment it's a gorgeous piece of baroque pop balladry, then it's chamber strings, and a moment later, electro-pop." The Active Listener