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  1. I read about his moniker change in an interview from Paradinas. He also said the album is badass.
  2. Jafs

    Dune

    A few times ago I read the movie is the first part of something bigger, along with the TV series. I'm trying to find the source and article I read then.
  3. Jafs

    Dune

    Jared Leto doing his Actor's Studio, nearly forgetting other performers and space. Weakest point of the movie for sure.
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    Dune

    Bill Hunt of The Digital Bits has seen the first 10 minutes, and he seems over excited. https://thedigitalbits.com/columns/my-two-cents/072221-1300
  5. Love this. And the first one is great also. It's been released a few years ago now, I hope the next one will not be too long to arrive.
  6. I love stuff from both Appleblim & Second Storey, but I did not really match with ALSO at the time. I'll have to give this a refresh.
  7. Brace yourselves for a heavy dose of hi-tech futurisms from a long time Sneaker associate. Laurie Osborne has held true to his free-spirited musical demeanour since his breakthrough dubstep years, springing across tempos and styles while holding fast to a deep-rooted raver’s instinct. His profound appreciation and knowledge of vast oceans of music injects his sound with a boundless, playful enthusiasm. What better format then for the mighty Appleblim to stretch his legs than on a tape? (The first to be spooled out on Sneaker Social Club, no less.) As was evident with his 2018 LP Life In A Laser and his ALSO collaboration with Second Storey, Osborne speaks fluently in the techno and electro vernacular as much as UK soundsystem gear, channeling a sparkling, melodic energy which typified those genres at their inception. On Infinite Hieroglyphics, Osborne trips into expansive imagined vistas and fizzy furrows with a pervasive sub-bass footing. At times the album is cosy and intimate, as on the spangled back room dubbings of ‘Zephyr’, while elsewhere it stretches up and out with the extroverted square wave hyper-flex of ‘Riley’s Spiral’. Throughout though, the track structures remain restless and fluid, moving between phases with the non-linearity we cherish in the most creative rave music. At every turn a new synth lick vibrates into ear shot, a fresh rhythmic angle shifts the weight of the groove or an unexpected FX swerve splays out the sonic narrative. Beyond the cassette trappings of the full album, an accompanying 12” sampler pulls together four tracks primed for soundsystem deployment. But as we’ve come to expect from Appleblim, these cuts are likely to subvert expectation and stimulate a more profound response in the dance – open-hearted and adventurous, a little bit alien and in thrall to the technology, like rave music was always meant to be. https://sneakersocialclub.bandcamp.com/album/infinite-hieroglyphics
  8. The title is Secred Garden:
  9. Got the CD in the mail today, and discovered it has ''Anima E.P.'' as a bonus included. This is not stated on the Running Back bandcamp!
  10. It's reminiscent of what's on Barker & Baumecker ''Turns'', especially the second part of the opening track: (this album comes highly recommended, and the previous one too)
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