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  1. Stream is live. https://ceephax.bandcamp.com/album/box-steady
  2. Not from the CD-R, but a nice upscale someone did of the cover image:
  3. https://www.instagram.com/p/CMxbfjIBdIm/?igshid=19qc0dxb23u7s
  4. Tobacco, the electronic music side project of Black Moth Super Rainbow’s Thomas Fec, has announced a new studio album called Fucked Up Friends 3, which was released March 5 via Rad Cult. 1. Full of Doom 03:51 2. Honey of the Trick 02:35 3. This Man 03:15 4. For the Queen 03:08 5. Jararacussu 00:49 6. Accuser of the Fuckin Brethren 03:21 7. Everything Around the Knife 02:58 8. Stridex Dealer 02:37 9. Sorority 03:40 10. Dianetics Jr 01:19 11. Rat Bike 01:54 12. Room with HBO 03:07 13. Under the Shit Bridge 01:25 14. Half Tengu 02:01 15. Saturday Coyote 03:44 https://tobaxxo.bandcamp.com/album/fucked-up-friends-3
  5. Scans of the BRC-645 mini LP https://imgur.com/gallery/SCyAI3K
  6. https://www.instagram.com/p/CJYEg57hEt4/?igshid=1w6cguz6u1d3e Unpublished Artwork from the archive of Paul Nicholson. This is an early draft for an EP that was never released - Aphex Twin, Phlegm. The intended released date for Phlegm would have been Autumn 1992 on R&S. It would have followed Xylem Tube released in June of that year. However, over the summer Richard signed to WARP and Phlegm was dropped. My efforts turned to his next release; Selected Ambient Works Volume 2. As I did not have a computer at the time I was kindly allowed to play on Jon Clayton's Macintosh Quadra. Jon later went on to create the artwork for Mike & Rich, Expert Knob Twiddlers. I was a good friend of Jon's having met him, like Richard, at Kingston Polytechnic... I wonder how Jon is these days? Tracklist: Side A - Phlegm Sibe B - Come on you slags / P Strings
  7. Another release on Occult Research that dropped in 2018 https://occultresearch.bandcamp.com/album/program-mdathy
  8. "Be not afraid! Whether you’re simply sightseeing, enjoying temporary flights of fancy or considering a more permanent relocation, the all-new Spirit World Field Guide offers twenty-one insightful chapters of firsthand know-how into the terrain, wildlife, and social customs of our parallel universe. The narrator’s vast expertise of multiple global entry points and various modes of inter-dimensional transport informs a rich tapestry of tips, tricks and tools to unfailingly aid in your ultimate survival. If you are among the countless individuals who find themselves feeling both dead and alive at the same time, the information contained within may serve as an invaluable asset to your journey. Godspeed and good luck." Those are the words of the album’s narrator -- an attempt to prepare listeners, both old and new, for a safe entry into the Spirit World. It’s been a long road for Aesop Rock to get here, releasing a steady stream of impressive albums, singles, and collaborative projects that have continued to invigorate, solidify and grow his diverse fan base, but he shows no signs of slowing down or deviating from his path, constantly pushing his creative limits. Last year saw the release of Malibu Ken, a joint effort featuring the psychedelic and trippy sounds of producer Tobacco, providing a different type of intrigue for Aesop's descriptive, compelling, and often humorous, writing. Then, he kicked 2020 off with a hard-driving single, "Rogue Wave", followed not long after by Freedom Finger, which found Aesop immersing himself in the video game world that the music was written and produced for. And this year still has a few exciting releases on the horizon yet, a 20-year anniversary vinyl release of his debut album, Float, and now his brand new album, Spirit World Field Guide. Since his debut in the late nineties, Aesop Rock’s writing has been of the highest caliber, but one thing that has continually evolved is his near-flawless and diverse flow, now perfectly infused with his personality and a gift for visual imagery. On Spirit World Field Guide, characters, inanimate objects, and their surrounding environments vividly come to life as Aesop describes each passing moment throughout the album’s twenty-one chapters. Welcome to the Spirit World. Explore with intention. 01.Hello From The Spirit World 02.The Gates 03.Button Masher 04.Dog At The Door 05.Gauze 06.Pizza Alley 07.Crystal Sword 08.Boot Soup 09.Coveralls 10.Jumping Coffin 11.Holy Waterfall 12.Flies 13.Salt 14.Sleeper Car 15.1 to 10 16.Attaboy 17.Kodokushi 18.Fixed and Dilated 19.Side Quest 20.Marble Cake 21.The Four Winds Pre-order: https://shop.rhymesayers.com/collections/frontpage/products/aesop-rock-spirit-world-field-guide-album
  9. Decent scans compiled of labels and binder placed up on imgur. https://imgur.com/gallery/3HOUXwB
  10. The World As We Know It is an electronic album made in the absence of instruments. At the same time, it is a guitar/vocal album and entirely human. And so we have something of an anomaly.Amon first recorded these songs during an isolated period in the woods of northern California. It was an exploratory process, much to do with learning about harmony and (relatively) traditional songwriting. A personal exorcism of sorts, he externalised an array of experiences and organised them into his own words.At the time of writing what was to become Figueroa, Tobin had no particular ambitions for the work. Describing his singing voice as “a vague idea of what a voice might sound like,” the tracks remained personal as they sat in state for almost a decade after they were first scratched out in a cabin in the woods.Eventually Amon sent the material to the legendary producer Sylvia Massy (Tool, Prince, Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Johnny Cash, Annie Mac) hoping she might find someone who could perform the material. Sylvia was thrilled by the songs she heard. Rather than delegate them to polished musicians, she got on the next plane to LA and booked a session at the famous Capital Studios at Capitol Records in Hollywood for Amon to record the songs properly under her guidance. The result is The World As We Know It.Is Figueroa psych-rock? Electronic folk? How is there guitar with no guitarist? We have no idea. It’s surprising and confounding. Sometimes it’s better not to ask questions and just listen to the music.
  11. https://blackmothsuperrainbow.bandcamp.com/album/cobra-juicy-instrumentals
  12. Released On: 01 Jan 2020 Available for 27 days DJ Shadow presents three hours of brilliant records for tender heads on NYD. The legendary producer soundtracks a mix of music that will ease you through a potentially painful day. Featuring music from This Mortal Coil, War, The Paris Sisters and Thrupence. https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/m000cm8b
  13. A1. Nature Always Wins A2. Slingblade A3. Intersectionality A4. Beauty, Power, Motion, Life, Work, Chaos, Law A5. Juggernaut B1. Firestorm B2. Weightless B3. Rosie B4. If I Died Today B5. My Lonely Room C1. Drone Warfare (feat. Nas, Pharaohe Monch) C2. Rain On Snow (feat. Inspectah Deck, Ghostface Killah, Raekwon) C3. Rocket Fuel (feat. De La Soul) C4. C.O.N.F.O.R.M. (feat. Gift Of Gab, Lateef The Truth Speaker, Infamous Taz) C5. Small Colleges (Stay With Me) (feat. Wiki, Paul Banks) C6. JoJo’s Words (feat. Stro) D1. Kings & Queens (feat. Run The Jewels) D2. Taxin' (feat. Dave East) D3. Dark Side Of The Heart (feat. Fantastic Negrito, Jumbo is Dr.ama) D4. I Am Not A Robot (Interlude) D5. Urgent, Important, Please Read (feat. Rockwell Knuckles, Tef Poe, Daemon) D6. Our Pathetic Age (feat. Sam Herring)
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