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  1. WOW, yeah! What a way to start the day - just builds and builds, so many nice transitions. Most addictive track I've heard in a while. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nlQoCmCr-fw
  2. Hey all, long-time lurker and infrequent poster here. I released my first album "Absolute Regards" last week and thought I'd share here, as I thought some of you might dig it. Links below. Cheers! Bandcamp - https://lawrenceking.bandcamp.com/album/absolute-regards Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/album/6Iio70XlPfW1HDvHEH5w0B
  3. Gave this a spin three times today and it is absolutely outstanding, so many ideas and such a range between dense and delicate. Lots of wicked rhythmic stuff to keep you engaged, loads of lush melodies and ambience, and some of the best sound design I've heard in a long time. So excited to discover more with repeated listens. Agreed about early contender for AOTY.
  4. Awesome track, nice swing feel - could have easily been included on the original release! Caught them last night in London, they did a cracking rendition of Last Remembered Thing. New stuff stood up really well despite a bit of a cavernous venue.
  5. Heard this in full at a listening session in London last night - no 'beats' per se, and plays off some of the sound design techniques on ISAM, but this time with a bit more fun and melody. The longest central track was the standout, loads of interesting physical modelling/string pluck stuff with nice textures, but those looking for rhythms/beats will be disappointed. Looks like he's doing a Two Fingers release this year though, which will probably satisfy.
  6. Very slow... =/ Kind of short for an 8 year hiatus, but I imagine that's just ninjatune marketing going to milk the market with EPs and Singles that just belong on the album to begin with. Might be wrong, but from that screenshot it looks like he might be releasing the album on his own label "Nomark"
  7. Tracklist, title etc. was revealed early on Juno (since been taken down). Out on 26th April by the looks of things
  8. New album is great, second half in particular. Tune of the (late) summer in "On the Sunshine".
  9. MYRIAD t shirt was in the Barbican shop - just black gloss letters on the front with the same white circle/OPN as the other black t shirt on the back. Great show, especially the encore of Child of Rage and Chrome County
  10. It sounds so good. Soon in particular has a new breath of life - the clarity of the vocals is popping out and the guitars sound crisper than ever
  11. Yeah. This was the first Grizzly Bear album I'd heard from start to finish and I fucking loved it. Proceeded to check out their previous releases but wasn't as impressed. Shields is decent enough, but only a few tracks on Veckatimest actually managed to grip me. Think I may stick with that one a bit more before delving even further into their back catalog. Veckatimest is definitely a slow-burner; give it time and some repeated listens, and it will unfold its delights for you.
  12. Ok very happy to clear this ancient question up. The album was actually named '26 remixes for cash' by Rob Mitchell RIP . He said I should name the album this after I told him how I dealt with all the remix payments. Every remix I did for this up until it's release I had met the representative or artist somewhere in central London and got paid in cash, so nobody would have my details or know where I lived. Incdentally Rob also came up with the name 'Surfing On Sine Waves' after I told him loads of people I knew grewing up in Cornwall were poser surfers and I didn't wanna hang around with them.
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