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splesh last won the day on January 8 2022

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  1. Usagi Productions in Sweden has just put out a new reissue of the previously impossible to come by 7" record (originally limited to 85 copies) by the much beloved psychedelic Japanese harsh noise outfit Cosmic Coincidence Control Center. For those who dig this kinda thing, I'd jump on this while the copies of the new edition are still available.
  2. Emmylou Harris - Quarter Moon in a Ten Cent Town Lofty - Supernova 207 - Koto Don Caballero - What Burns Never Returns Gregory and the Hawk - In Your Arms Tortoise - Millions Now Living Will Never Die Stars of the Lid - Tired Sounds of Stars of the Lid Stars of the Lid - Avec Laudenum
  3. I wish I could be more excited about the prospect of a new album by The Orb but instead I'll just be happy for the good doctor
  4. I don't have a turntable but that's cool, Woob are a classic act for sure
  5. Hype hype hype hype hyyyyype!!! Surgeon is definitely one of the most consistently bright lights as far as big name techno producers are concerned. "I can hear Coil, King Tubby, Detroit Techno and The Cure all wrapped up with 30 years of DJing"... that coupled with the sounds/sound of Oak Bank has me very excited indeed
  6. Ordered the new Incapacitants album - Oxen Man's Uneasiness straight from the label. And I also bought these post rock/math rock classics on Discogs: Millions Now Living Will Never Die by Tortoise, Do Make Say Think's & Yet & Yet, and Don Caballero's much beloved third album What Burns Never Returns.
  7. Looks dope, @TheBro! If it's good for old school hip hop and 80s funk I bet you could get some good electro out of it for sure. Wow, 70 quid, that's a steal, well scored
  8. Thanks to @Jogi for the reaction to my comment in here because this had slipped my mind and upon listening now, yes, this is exactly what I crave from Objekt's music. I enjoy his albums and his EPs and singles both, though I understand why people prefer his shorter form releases. Incredible sound design and programming both, Hertz is absolutely a one of a kind producer and DJ and both Bad Apples and Ballast are potent reminders of this fact. Hope I get a chance to see him live again before it's too long.
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