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  1. My thoughts: Joshua Eustis helped out on this release and you can hear his influence in these new tracks. This record has a lot going for it, sounds like what Slowdive might be doing if they hadn't stopped making music together. If you listen to the audio (below) and skip ahead to 5:10 of "I woke up and the storm was over" that is like the best part, but both are really strong tracks IMO. Some people compare this to Beach House but I don't personally know why, maybe becuase it's a female and she's American? I like both bands but think these two tracks are better than the last BH
  2. "Half a decade in the making, it’s an exploration of ritual music without dogma. For the first time in his 33-year career Lustmord places vocals at the centre of his abyssal ambient creations, coaxing incantatory performances out of Aina Skinnes Olsen, Jarboe (ex-Swans), Maynard James Keenan (Tool) and Soriah.Those looking to properly decode the subject matter of the album are advised to study Simon Fowler’s fiendishly elaborate, double-spread cover illustration. Suffice it to say here that it concerns "the word" as written - signs, ciphers, symbology, semantics, etymology - and as spoken - my
  3. So I never really saw this album mentioned in the forum previously, and although it's a few months old (came out in May) I thought I'd mention it because I've been really digging it lately... Seems this album didn't get much hype slipped under radar for a lot of people, but it's def a strong contender for AOTY for me. They've got some really interesting sounds and melodies that at that are both pretty and haunting at the same time, kinda reminds me of BoC gone even darker... Here's a good interview with them about the new alias and album http://thequietus.com/articles/12196-dalhous
  4. http://joshhall.net/post/81578386910/fascism-and-colonialism-in-the-work-of-cut-hands-and I was wondering what watmm makes of this (the ethics about musical influences, titling, etc in general and the Bennett/BEB example in particular). It's an interesting read, though it's difficult to separate the writer's objective research from the strong activistic overtones (many of his conclusions have a very accusing tone and this combined with the fact that, as a reader, you're likely to already be sharing the writer's point of view from the start, the text borders on getting witch-hunt propag
  5. ""The ill person who recovers sufficient strength to learn how to silence the racing mind, to see more of other people, of nature, and of the self, and to experience from time to time 'the mysterious order of all things', will find that circumstances which previously seemed to offer undiluted misery are first transcended and then gradually, magically, transformed. " http://www.blackesteverblack.bigcartel.com/product/dalhous-i-visibility-is-a-trap-i-blackest029-12
  6. Here's a 70 minute mix I put together in Traktor the other night as my new alias Riiitz ... LOTS of dark vibes, even a couple moments of straight up sludge and doom there in the middle with some Boris & Witch... https://soundcloud.com/baddreaminc/wear-the-shadows-proudly-2013 Here's the full tracklist: Pye Corner Audio - Vorticism/ Miles - Flawed/ Unknown - #003/ Mark Pritchard - Ghosts/ Kassem Mosse - Nacht An Allen Tagen/ Hyetal - Northwest Passage (Vessel Remix)/ Sanctums - Jaguar (Silence In Presence)/ Violetshaped - Spectral Nightdrive/ Dalhous - Success Is Her Sensuality/
  7. Blerp have just named this their album of the week, i think it sounds pretty nice. Since their inception in 2009, Tropic Of Cancer's chilling post-punk has amassed them a loyal following. Blackest Ever Black are behind their full length album 'Restless Idylls', a bleak, deadpan but darkly romantic record. With original co-founder Juan Mendez now departed, it's a solo effort by LA's Camella Lobo. However, Downwards head Karl O'Connor lends a veteran's touch with additional production duties. Opening with the icy, synthesised landscape of 'Plant Lillies At My Head', Lobo progresses thro
  8. "London duo Raime aren’t the most prolific – in two years they’ve released just one EP and two 12″ singles exploring the interzone between jungle, techno, industrial and gothic post-punk – but the richness of detail in their productions to date suggests that the wait for their debut album will have been worth it. More release info coming soon, album expected for autumn." http://clone.nl/item24494.html http://blackesteverblack.blogspot.com/
  9. 1. Teenage Panzerkorps - Death, This? (Siltbreeze, 2008) 2. Two - Castles In Syria (Reflex, 1984) 3. The Trypes - No One's Alone ('82 rehearsal demo; Acute, 2012) 4. Main - Crater Scar (Beggars Banquet, 1994) 5. Tsunematsu Masatoshi - E.D.P.S. (JPY, 1981) 6. Pieter Nooten & Michael Brook - Several Times (4AD, 1987) 7. Steve Beresford - A Continuous Supply Of History (Piano, 1980) 8. Felt - Birdmen (Cherry Red, 1982) 9. Calendar Crowd - Perfect Hideaway Dub (Romantic, 1982) 10. A Tent - Parachuting In Bolivia (Edigsa, 1982) 11. Years On Earth - And I Dream (Cal
  10. "includes Regis reinterpretation of 'Church Of All Images" http://blackesteverb...etorian-guard-i http://boomkat.com/v...raetorian-guard
  11. http://blackesteverblack.blogspot.com/
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