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  1. someguy


    Finally a new post on Vicacid. Not a different GP-era photo this time, rather it's the lyrics to F-Train! https://www.vicacid.net/
  2. watch as the album covers end up being this or smth
  3. https://www.temporaryresidence.com/collections/william-basinski/products/trr343 https://williambasinski.bandcamp.com/album/lamentations Out November 13th. William Basinski’s reputation as the foremost producer of profound meditations on death and decay has long been established, but on his new album, Lamentations, he transforms operatic tragedy into abyssal beauty. More than any other work since The Disintegration Loops, there is an ominous grief throughout the album, and that sense of loss lingers like an emotional vapor. Captured and constructed from tape loops and studies from Basinski’s archives – dating back to 1979 – Lamentations is over forty years of mournful sighs meticulously crafted into songs. They are shaped by the inevitable passage of time and the indisputable collapsing of space – and their collective resonance is infinite and eternal. TRACK LISTING 1. For Whom the Bell Tolls 2. The Wheel of Fortune 3. Paradise Lost 4. Tear Vial 5. O, My Daughter, O, My Sorrow 6. Passio 7. Punch and Judy 8. Silent Spring 9. Transfiguration 10. All These Too, I, I Love 11. Please, This Shit Has Got To Stop 12. Fin "O, My Daughter, O, My Sorrow" is available as a single already (see Bandcamp link above). Dude's been on a hell of a release streak this year. We finally got Hymns of Oblivion, another random collab track with Richard Chartier, that excellent Sparkle Division track, and now this! Judging by the single and the apparent era of these loops/recordings, we might be getting some more A Red Score In Tile/Melancholia-sounding stuff. I'm excited for it. 😛
  4. (Sorry if there's already a topic for this.) https://jonhassell.bandcamp.com/album/seeing-through-sound-pentimento-volume-two Out July 24th. Man is like 83 and still releasing some crazy stuff, amazing. Also again sorry if this is old news but probably wise to give this a look and throw the man some moneys: https://www.gofundme.com/f/jon-hassell-fund
  5. Video is up for Xerrox Canaux. (Volume 4 is seriously amazing, imo.)
  6. And now for something completely different, I guess. https://www.temporaryresidence.com/products/trr345 ...Yeah. TRACK LISTING (and I can't believe I'm seeing these tracktitles on something Basinski is directly involved in, lmfao)1. You Go Girl!2. You Ain't Takin' My Man3. For Gato4. Oh Henry!5. To the Stars Major Tom6. Oh No You Did Not!7. To Feel8. To Feel Embraced9. Slappin' Yo Face10. Mmmmkayy I'm Goin' Out Now and I Don't Want Any Trouble From You!11. Queenie Got Her Blues12. Sparkle On Sad Sister Mother Queen13. No Exit Album & single (which is p good) available on Bandcamp here: https://sparkledivision.bandcamp.com/album/to-feel-embraced https://sparkledivision.bandcamp.com/track/oh-henry
  7. New digital single available on Kompakt.
  8. Xerrox Voyage now has a music video. 🙂
  9. someguy


    a third go plastic image is now up on the site. maybe a repress is coming? :^)
  10. Some photos of the LP release: "VOL.1: 'OLD WORLD' VOL.2: 'TO THE NEW WORLD' VOL.3: 'TOWARDS SPACE' VOL.4: 'TRANSIT EXTRASOLAR TERRITORIES AND INNER WORLDS'" While waiting for the new Xerrox, I dunno if anyone noticed, but a new Alva Noto & Ryuichi Sakamoto track came out a few weeks ago: flux 1
  11. Wow, this is gonna be a hell of an album.
  12. Over here: https://williambasinski.bandcamp.com/album/something-from-the-pink-house > A BANDCAMP EXCLUSIVE <This archival oddity is a live recording of a private improvisation I did with Richard Chartier when we both happened to be visiting by chance at James Elaine’s bungalow in Venice, California (aka The Pink House) on a lovely summer’s day as afternoon turned to twilight, June 23, 2004.Some elements were later utilized and reformed for the 2013 collaborative work ‘Aurora Liminalis’ on Chartier’s label LINE
  13. Seems like he's gonna be releasing stuff on Bandcamp fairly commonly, so I might as well just retool this topic real quick to bring attention to some cool neat stuff he's recently released: "808 pattern1" https://aokitakamasa.bandcamp.com/track/808-pattern1 "Make CrisisActors Panic" https://aokitakamasa.bandcamp.com/track/make-crisisactors-panic
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