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    Motorcycles, Audio: 4AD, Benbecula, Dust Science, FireScope, Hyperdub, Neo Ouija, Ninja Tune, Planet Mu, Rephlex, Serein, Skam, Warp.

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  1. I completely agree, and this is one more quality release to obtain. Digital variant available today in the US via bleep, itunes, etc.
  2. Released 05.31.19 - Gecophonic Audio Systems I only found out about this artist 1 week ago. His back catalog is quite bizarre, this being his most accessible release. It has a similar haunted house Freescha / Night Feels / Terror Train aesthetic: Lo-Fi beats paired with spooky synths. From Bleep: "Another set of Ghost Box-style strangeness from Ian Hodgson’s Moon Wiring Club here. Ghastly Garden Centres sees Hodgson getting green fingers by exploring the latent weirdness of the garden centre. Trip-hop, breakbeat, dub, downtempo, jazz and more are all bundled together on this set of hauntological oddball electronics. The quintessentially British feel of Ghastly Garden Centres means that you can file it alongside the likes of Mr. Scruff and The Gasman. Scattered across 22 spectral tracks — each brandishing screwed-up techno and ramshackle house sensibilities as their misshapen tools — the many vignettes of Ghastly Garden Centres by Moon Wiring Club (Ian Hodgson) brings to life a distinctly British sort of dilapidation. Taking its cues from Ghost Box’s edgeland futurism, trip hop and dub beats droop ever-lower into their downtrodden sway, as spectral presences dip in and out of earshot like potentiality just beyond grasp."
  3. Yes, LP please. I finally got around to this one, loving it. B12 are simply legendary in my book.
  4. Lot of used CDs purchased on Ebay for $37.00 USD. Everything ripped perfectly. Bold titles indicate those I was most interested in, having already owned the Global Goon, Wagon Christ, and Plaid releases. Global Goon - Vatican Nitez Wagon Christ - The Power Of Love / Tally Ho! / Musipal Luke Vibert - Big Soup Plaid - Peel Session / Double Figure μ-Ziq - Tango N' Vectif / Salsa With Mesquite / Urmur Bile Trax Volumes 1 & 2 / The Fear Autechre - Basscad, EP Mira Calix - Prickle Ovuca - King Stacey Bogdan Raczynski - Ibiza Anthems Vol. 4 / Alright! D'Arcangelo - Shipwreck Boom Bip - Seed To Sun Various Artists - Warp Routine (Warp) Various Artists - wap100 We Are Reasonable People (Warp) Various Artists - The Braindance Coincidence (Rephlex) Various Artists - Mealtime (Planet Mu)
  5. After several listens now, I find it fascinating how Plaid are able to continue to create interesting and relevant productions in this age of overstimulation. Track 12, Crown Shy is quintessential Plaid, and is wonderfully uplifting.
  6. I agree. His 2003 release Voile under the Jello moniker is my favorite thing that he has done, even though he described it as a "misstep" - http://www.datawv.com/2017/08/interview-darrell-fitton-bola.html
  7. Listened through Fii0 K1 DAC and Bose headphones. The low end on the whole thing just beats, smacks, and is unrelenting. The trademark sparkling melodies are there, as always.
  8. I couldn't help myself from listening to songs from The Digging Remedy prior to the release date. I vowed to never do so again, and have stuck to it. On a side note, anyone able to attend the Plaid show with Christ. this Saturday - I implore you to do so. I saw Plaid live in Cleveland (2002 w/Nobukazu Takemura and Mira Calix) and it was stunning. Christ. too, is one of my favorite artists - criminally overlooked indeed.
  9. I've not listened to any of it, waiting to hear the complete piece tomorrow. It is always a special day when Plaid release something new.
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