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Chris Douglas has released 4 new albums under his Aclds recently


ACLDS - Fuadain Liesmas Appendages


► 48:40 (released in June)



Aclds - k[:\y/b[4.g\


► 39:04 (released in July)



Aclds - ['b7nb95c


► 40:40 (released in August)



Aclds - {Qa./br.e


► 40:46 (released in September)


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New one!


Aclds - T˚​/​•​(​G​/​M


► 01:06:14 (released in October)



the horsy one (kyb4g) is gone, sadly enough :/


Oh shit nice, fucking purchased. Can't listen till I get out of work :^(


Shame the horsey/elephant one is gone, glad I got it when I did.

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New archival anthology Released today


Rook Vallade - Arcv Dts 91​-​98 Vol 1



The first volume in a pending collection of unreleased, unedited takes from DAT and Cassettes

spanning from 1991-1998




^if anyone managed to get this in the 2 days it was up Please Mention it to me, possibly by PM

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This latest salvo of releases has put me on a bit of Chris Douglas kick at the mo.  Revisiting some of his old stuff and rediscovering how awesome it is.  Bardachd is so minimal and beautiful.  And Seaes II is def worth sinking into.  And I've not even started on Dalglish or OST yet... 

Shame I missed that Rook archive thing - I wonder if it's pulled cos it's getting a physical release or something?  Oh and (as noted earlier) there's a Gescom DAT in that pile - was Chris a Gescom contributor?  I know he has links to AE so it's not too far fetched.

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D69 hnnnngg.


'kinell this release is amazing.

haven't even made it to the Rooks archive yet. Loving Niaiw Ot Vile , 3øºEg​]​x​[​/​8xd. right in the middle of I​/​'​[​]​n​\​f​/​]​c​/​|​_​/​T​\​_ now.

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D69 hnnnngg.


'kinell this release is amazing.

haven't even made it to the Rooks archive yet. Loving Niaiw Ot Vile , 3øºEg​]​x​[​/​8xd. right in the middle of I​/​'​[​]​n​\​f​/​]​c​/​|​_​/​T​\​_ now.


Not until this morning for me. Didn't realise, there's another album from 2016 called Vestige that I totally overlooked under this moniker.

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Would love to pick some of these up but here in the UK it's coming up at £13 inc VAT which is a pretty harsh price for a digital album. Same thing with the latest Cygnus release.


Are these more pricy elsewhere or is it just a UK thing due to Sterling going down? Better get used to it with Brexit coming up I guess...

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