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jules last won the day on December 11 2020

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  1. It’s double negative through a microscope. absolutely brilliant.
  2. New side project that debuted some new tunes at Glastonbury this weekend. Sounds really good. Some have them have some real grit to them them and it's cool to hear them so raw and unpolished. They put their stuff on Soundcloud. There was mention of Nigel when they announced the project so I would assume an LP/EP is on its way soon and I'd imagine some tour dates. Solid. https://www.instagram.com/tv/CPNv4JTnHoZ/?utm_source=ig_embed&ig_rid=fa4c8703-041b-4fbd-a236-f380b9162710
  3. Gave this a run through today - it sounds more like a nice collection of tracks than a proper follow-up to Compro. But damn does it sound super warm and lush af. His atmosphere is always so damn good.
  4. I haven't properly checked out Pool yet – but damn, the Watching Airplanes album is really hitting the spot...
  5. Happy Holidays all As the scene's keenest scribe-cum-producer, Blackdown's blog and Keysound label were at the core of the genre’s early sound, placing him in proximity to key players including Burial. Like we mentioned, Burial’s remix of ‘Crackle Blues’ in 2006 was, just like his debut 12”, sorely overlooked at the time, and remains one of his tightest and most effective garagey/woodblock productions. On the ’Shock Power Of Love’ EP they check in 15 years later for a 2-step pow wow, passing the peace-pipe over cuts of Detroit-inspired garage and deep-fried, crispy London soul music. Blackdown gives clear nods to his 313 inspiration on both sides, framing his restless subs and garage swing with sampled, house declarations and soaring pads in ‘The Journey VIP’ while nodding to Juan Atkins and Red Planet via Geeneus in a remix of Heatmap’s ‘Arklight.’ Burial is at his signature best on the other two, frothing choral vocals into a scissored 2-step shuffle on ‘Dark Gethsemane’ before rolling out fathoms deep into the iridescent trance leads and scalp-stroking Reese bass licks of ’Space Cadet.’ https://boomkat.com/products/shock-power-of-love-ep https://burial.bandcamp.com/album/shock-power-of-love-ep
  6. I’m pretty sure it was. It’s fine either way, no worries. Something will come out someday ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
  7. Maybe I’d be inclined to agree with that if Weirdcore didn’t upload a step by step guide to unlock a troll
  8. I really, really want to be very surprised that someone purposely stirred up a lot of supporters’ hopes with a well-hidden date inside of a gif that someone else paid $130,000 for, but actually meant fuck all - but we are all living in this timeline together.
  9. Don't forget Feast/Beast. There is a lot of real quality material on there.
  10. really hoping for a hi scores repress with reversed reversed channels.
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