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  1. Hmm now I'm unclear. So it's just 2 tracks and not a full album?
  2. Haven't listened to Cujo in years but I think I remember really liking it. Not into this being an exclusive club release though. https://nomarkrecords.bandcamp.com/the-nomark-club The first Cujo Release in 23 years, Nine Bars Back, is available exclusively for Nomark Club members. Out 20 Dec 2019. "Cujo was my first ever project back in the mid 90's. I thought it would be a nice way to celebrate the launch of nomark club to go full circle with the first cujo release in 23 years. there will be two tracks available only through the club specifically for those hardcore fans who might be nostalgic for the jazz tones cujo was known for"
  3. Available now on Bandcamp, Spotify, iTunes, Deezer, etc. https://karstenpflum.bandcamp.com/album/normal-bias MAX MAXELL is a creative collaboration between Karsten Pflum and Michael Shiøler Tingsgård. NORMAL BIAS is an odd lesson in style and sketching. It is an aesthetic joint venture displaying a body of songs and drawings, built in an everyday mindset. The works are reflections of mundane input processing. Preparing gizmos and calibrating behaviour. Night after night, like therapy, looking through the stars, and dreaming about recurring places, animals and objects. A sedated dystopian cosmos - anno the Christmas of 2019. Michael Tingsgård is a Danish visual artist and cartoonist from Copenhagen. Karsten Pflum is a Danish electronic musician and producer, living in Berlin. All sound was recorded directly onto cassette tape, with no additional editing. 31 tracks (184 minutes of music) and a 55 page PDF file. All made between 2017 and 2019.
  4. Just saw that email - wasn't expecting a second part so quickly. ETA: Haven't seen him on Instagram. I know he's active on twitter and Facebook, as well as sending email updates. I also know there's a band named Sunken Foal on Instagram, but haven't found a profile of his there. So, perhaps it was this other band that played in LA?
  5. I'd love to, but don't foresee him touring to Seattle anytime soon. I have no idea if he's ever played in the US.
  6. Glad I'm not the only one paying attention to him. Existing threads though:
  7. No idea, but since they're doing some tours, it's not completely out of the question. That list is mostly speculative. I suppose it can't live up to expectations, like any other reunion efforts. Doubt it will happen.
  8. Announced: Eedl - Unstored (January 10) The Professionals - s/t (January 17) Squarepusher - Be Up a Hello (January 31) Bambara - Stray (February 14) Wrangler - A Situation (February 28) Unannounced hopes & dreams LPs: Aphex Twin Autechre "normal" LP Boards of Canada Clark Dillinger Four Goat Girl Helvetia Hum June of 44 Mr. Bungle Mutant Beat Dance Tadd Mullinix Naked Lights Total Control Pinback or anything Rob Crow Preoccupations Built to Spill Mouse on Mars
  9. New IDMs from Dunk Murphy out today on his label Countersunk. "All programmed, sequenced & performed on a Nord Modular Synthesizer (G1) by Dunk Murphy between October and November 2019. Additional effects: WEM Copicat, Korg GR-1, Korg SDD-1000 & Hologram Infinite Jets." 1. Down In Your Guts 6:24 2. Dawn Swamp Stagger 4:57 3. Craicwerk 4:11 4. Cross Your Heart 6:14 5. Pebbledash 4:46 6. Tap The Filling 3:17 7. Seacht Suas 4:49 8. Celtic Shoulder Pad 3:32 https://countersunk.bandcamp.com/album/le-doux-nord-part-i
  10. The trio of Stephen Mallinder (Cabaret Voltaire), Ben Edwards (Stendec, Tennis, Volume, Fader), and Phil Winter has announced their third LP with the release of a new single, “Anthropocene”. If you haven't listened to them before, their debut album LA Spark is particularly good. Pre-Order: https://bellaunion.ochre.store/release/156558-wrangler-a-situation
  11. No doubt licensing rights has had a big impact on several music genres including hip-hop and industrial. I think I've read some stuff from the likes of Beastie Boys and Skinny Puppy talking about it over a decade ago.
  12. There's this one. An argument could be made for merging them.
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