7 Jan 2015, 10:46 by anthonycarew
31 Dec 2014, 00:46 by PorridgeGunWe drink to forget the coming storm
by Leyland Kirby
From Out Here
by The Advisory Circle
by Mark McGuire
Far Cry 4
by Cliff Martinez
8 Nov 2013, 22:46 by Atitlan
22 Jun 2013, 19:16 by salty_cookiehttp://www.dreadcentral.com/img/reviews/wickermanorig1b.jpg
Still from The Wicker Man, 1973
From cold winter to happy pagan spring.
1. Egisto Macchi *** Chanson du matin (Morning Song)
2. Liesbeth List *** Een Grijze Lente (A Grey Spring)
3. The Advisory Circle *** Fire, Damp & Air
4. The Focus Group *** Pan Calling
5. Emil Richards *** Emerald (May)
6. Broadcast & The Focus Group *** A Seancing Song
7. Luboš Fišer *** Sacrifice
8. Marc Wilkinson *** Kathy's Ceremony
9. Oronzo De Filippi *** Magia
10. Goblin *** Witch
11. Igor Wakhévitch *** Rituel De Guerre Des Esprits De La Terre (Ritual War Of The Spirits Of The Earth)
12. Bruce Haack *** Incantation
13. The Zodiac *** Gemini - The Cool Eye
14. Charlotte Walters *** Fleurs De Pavots Bleus (Flowers of Blue Poppies)
15. Truck *** Earth Song
16. Ros Sereysothea *** Flowers in the Pond
17. Marie Laforêt *** Au Printemps (In the Spring)
13 Feb 2013, 16:41 by Fro_BroKeiji Haino
Computer Games by George Clinton
Everything Erik Satie ever wrote
More Claude Debussy
More Maurice Ravel
Stuff by the others in Les Six
"The Serpent's Egg" by Dead Can Dance
More Gloria Coates
Rain Tree Crow
Hot Hot Hawk
Borden, Ferraro, Godin, Halo & Lopatin
Saint Leidal The 2nd
Cow Parade Cow
Chico Freeman And The Fritz Pauer Trio
✝ DE△D VIRGIN ✝
The Post-Modern Cliche
GRIPPERS NOTHER ONESERS
Outer Limits Recordings
14 Mar 2012, 10:52 by anthonycarewlisten here:
Hype Williams "Badmind"
Belbury Poly "Green Grass Grows"
Broadcast and The Focus Group "Tuesday's Offering"
The Advisory Circle "We Cleanse This Space"
Trailer Trash Tracys "engelhardt's arizona"
Julia Holter "Our Sorrows"
Los Embajadores "Compañía del novio"
Namm "Reina de Saba"
ENER Y DECI "CASA"
Doldrums "Parrot Talk"
Grimes "Colour of Moonlight (Antiochus) [feat. Doldrums]" [4ad]
d'Eon "Kiss Me (feat. Marie Jane)" [-]
JJ & Jr "Vi"
Korallreven "Sa Sa Samoa (Elite Gymnastics Remix)" [acéphale]
Boy Friend "Egyptian Wrinkle (The Whendays Remix)" [hell, yes]
Bear in Heaven "The Reflection of You"
Moonface "Teary Eyes and Bloody Lips"
24 Jan 2012, 09:20 by MeatbreakHere for the blog:
50. Civil Civic – Rules
Fan-funded debut release from London based duo that dropped a slew of incessantly addictive rock instrumentals from the abrasive to the euphoric with a playfulness that belied the serious talents behind the song-writing and musicianship. The tracks tended to cavort rather than progress across their brief lengths, with no piece out-playing its own enthusiasm, conveying infectious attitude in the spirit of people like The Pixies, Sonic Youth, Andrew Wk and even a dash of The Smiths.
49.Tree of Sores - Tree of Sores
Trio from Leeds make epic ep of crushing shapeshifting doom. The production might need a bit of beefing to add some more weight, but it's not so necessary. The gnarly grunting basslines and sheer walls of guitar screed morph between solemn chugging and cyclones of kinetic fury with an intrinsically momentous sense of composition. …
14 Jan 2012, 20:52 by arjeshNo major musical breakthroughs to report; just lots of good music. At various points it seemed as if we were entering a new golden age of goth. Not sure if this is true but just thinking about this made me very happy. Here are the 100 tracks I liked best. I start first with some albums though.
I listened to the following albums a lot. I had musical infatuations with the first two - there were periods when I couldn’t bring myself to anything other than The Weeknd and Austra .
1. House of Balloons - The Weeknd
2. Feel It Break - Austra
3. As the crow flies - The Advisory Circle
4. Cabaret Cixous - Maria Minerva
5. Det Vackra Livet - Det Vackra Livet
6. Genre-Specific Xperience - Fatima Al-qadiri
7. Music Sounds Better With You - Acid House Kings
8. Severant - Kuedo
9. We Must Become The Pitiless Censors Of Ourselves - John Maus
10. 1977 - Terius Nash The-Dream]
11. Endless House - Endless House Foundation
12. Science of the Sea - Jürgen Müller
13 Jan 2012, 21:15 by QuasimotoThis year has been... ok. I think there have been a few great albums but I haven't heard anything new which has been outstanding. Best thing that has happened this year music-wise is getting properly into Guided by Voices and listening to 212 by Azealia Banks. Also, I'm pretty sure Scouting for Girls didn't release an album because the number of times I wanted to stab out my own earholes with a serrated knife were minimal. Here are my albums of the year:
10. Sandro Perri - Impossible Spaces
Never heard of this guy before this year. Skwonky singer-songwriter folk that reminds me of Andrew Bird in the best possible way.
9. Washed Out - Within and Without
Washed Out with higher production values confirms what I suspected: this guy writes great songs with or without the hiss of a cassette. Hazy and sun-drenched, this is the late night summer album of the year. Shame about the live show.
6 Jan 2012, 10:08 by MrMoochoo31Oddly, this year’s crusty whites not only proved harder to compile than previous oven loads', they are also a real shit to write about. Fearing the approach of the next millennium, however, I hereby release the complete baker’s dozen (also known as – I have just discovered – devil’s dozen) with the commentaries a work in progress.
Still, I suppose the list is always in progress. For instance, as I type, I am listening to a record for the first time that may be the finest of 2008. Thus, there are bound to be many 2011 riches yet to touchdown within reach of my considerable ears.
Nevertheless, I am rather pleased with the following haul.
13) ‘Viscera’ by Jenny Hval
“At the very beginning, I was influenced by the harsh, repetitive and pornographic language of Elfriede Jelinek and Pauline Reage, and then at some stage the focus shifted completely to Virginia Woolf’s Orlando”.