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  1. I Will Dare
    a little bit of heaven & a whole lot of hell. By Jodi Chromey. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Still trying to fetch this feed, but last time we got ‘Connection timed out’.

    What Were You Like at 17?
    Dear Darling Ones, I woke up this morning with Simon & Garfunkel’s “Homeward Bound” stuck in my head. Every stop neatly planned for a poet and a one man band. Over and over in my …
    By Jodi Chromey, 373 words
  2. Jarrett House North
    Second verse, same as the first. By Tim Jarrett. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Pharoah Sanders, Karma
    Album of the Week, April 20, 2024 Pharoah Sanders continued to work with John Coltrane following his appearance on the Seattle club performance that became A Love Supreme: Live in Seattle. The first released fruit …
    By Tim Jarrett, 1,334 words
  3. Lanner Chronicle
    An Aphex Twin Resource. By Mark Cartwright. 🇬🇧 More info

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    Lannerlink – Global Goon – Ruff Woodz
    In more Aphex related news former Rephlex artist and Clissold Crescent resident Global Goon aka Johnny Hawk has released a new 19 track album (yes 19 tracks you read that right!) called Ruff Woodz as …
    By hyperflake, 137 words
  4. largehearted boy
    a literature and music website that explores that spot in the venn diagram where the two arts overlap. By David Gutowski. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Craig Willse’s playlist for his novel “Providence”
    In the Book Notes series, authors create and discuss a music playlist that relates in some way to their recently published book. Previous contributors include Jesmyn Ward, Lauren Groff, Bret Easton Ellis, Celeste Ng, T.C. …
    By largeheartedboy, 1,456 words
  5. Like Punk Never Happened
    Brian McCloskey's Smash Hits archive. 🇬🇧 More info

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    April 12 - 25, 1984
    (click on the image to see the full issue) Cover: Thompson Twins Centrespread: Siouxsie Sioux Back cover: Sade Interviews: Duran Duran; Special AKA, Rhoda Dakar; Rockwell; Ali Campbell; Bananarama; Thompson Twins Lyrics: Jessie's Girl - …
    By Brian McCloskey, 470 words
  6. Listen Faster
    Music by Ben McAllister. 🇺🇸 More info

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    April 20, 2024
    A snip of acoustic played through my Circular4Track software, before I'd completely cleaned up the glitching of the slider. There was a nice jaggedness that comes from these glitches that you shoudl try to get …
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  7. Listen Of The Day
    By Michael Hall. More info

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    Under The Western Freeway - Grandaddy (1997)
    Maybe I’ve done this before, bloviating about 21st century indie rock emerging from the bloated wreckage of 90s alternative like the mammals after the dinosaurs or whatever. Take it for what it’s worth. I like …
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  8. Meaningless Insights
    By Stephen O'Brien. 🇬🇧 More info

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    Steve Wright In The After...
    So, it’s been almost a year since Steve Wright in the Afternoon came to an end. This popular Radio 2 show had been on air for nearly 24 years, and Steve Wright himself has been …
    By Stephen O'Brien, 1,129 words
  9. Minutes to Midnight - Blog
    Digital polymaths, we master the art of sound design, production and writing music since the 1990s. By Simone Silvestroni. 🇬🇧 More info

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    People and Blogs
    I was interviewed by Manuel Moreale for the 34th edition of his weekly newsletter People and Blogs. I first connected with Simone via email a couple of years ago and then re-discovered his blog thanks …
    By Simone Silvestroni, 72 words
  10. No Bells
    notes from the abyss. By Mano Sundaresan, et al. More info

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    Bells & Whistles: LAZER DIM and the trap of novelty
    Thoughts on one of the breakout rappers of 2024. The post Bells & Whistles: LAZER DIM and the trap of novelty appeared first on No Bells.
    By Mano Sundaresan and Millan Verma, 36 words
  11. One Man 1001 Albums
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    Boards Of Canada Geogaddi
    Boards Of Canada GeogaddiGet It At DiscogsGeogaddi, the most anticipated sophomore full-length from an IDM act since Aphex Twin's SAW 2 in 1994, certainly looks and feels similar to the 1998 Boards of Canada debut, …
    By Aid00, 289 words
  12. Plainly & Painfully
    lo-fi, muck and jangle // garage and bedroom banished. More info

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    TRACK | Little Oil – Hey Judas
    5/5 golden merles Coming 2nd among Twelve Songs, Little Oil’s “Hey Judas” is a psych-folk tune composed of deftly piercing hooks dispensing immense compassion. Piano’s plonk and murmuring synths ferry the arbitration neatly forward, familiar …
    By z-s, 237 words
  13. Pop, in Service of the Good
    By St. Lenox. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Music Career as a Concept
    One nagging trend that has continued on in discussions of aspiring musicians is the notion of “career”, with much literature and marketing implicitly suggesting that “success” means having a “career” where having a “career” in …
    By eponymous, 808 words
  14. The Quietus
    A new rock music and pop culture website. Editorial independent music website offering news, reviews, features, interviews, videos and pictures. By John Doran, Luke Turner, et al. 🇬🇧 More info

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    Inner Ear: Slovak Music for April Reviewed By Jakub Knera
    In his latest survey of the underground music scenes of Central and Eastern Europe, Jakub Knera delves into the music of Slovakia and selects his essential releases
    By Jakub Knera, 37 words
  15. The Rambler – Tim Rutherford-Johnson
    A blog about contemporary music, by author and critic Tim Rutherford-Johnson. 🇬🇧 More info

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    Train home review: Hollie Harding, Theories of Forgetting
    Colin Alexander, cello Heather Roche, clarinet Eva Zöllner, accordion LSO St Luke’s, London | 14 January 2023 For her LSO Jerwood Composer+ showcase event, Hollie Harding curated an elaborate event on the theme of memory, …
    By Tim Rutherford-Johnson, 74 words
  16. Raven Sings The Blues
    Started as an MP3 blog … Eventually it evolved into a daily music review site focusing on garage, psych, county, experimental, indie and crucial reissues. By Andy French. More info

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    Writhing Squares
    From the opening, sickened, sweaty guitar tones that rip through “Barbarians,” Philly’s Writhing Squares singe the senses and prepare the listener for their latest sonic onslaught. The world boils, tensions mount, cancers consume, the smell …
    By Andy, 253 words
  17. RECORD TURNOVER
    A music site dedicated to new and obscure sounds. By Krister Bladh, Jacob Olson. 🇦🇺 🇸🇪 More info

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    Zara
    Animalia is the Naarm label established by the hugely talented Kia, who also co-organized the Un:send festival a few months ago. Their latest release is this cd, which is the second EP from Naarm-based Zara …
    By recordturnover, 73 words
  18. Robin The Fog
    Sound Art / Radio & Podcast Production / Tape Loops. 🇬🇧 More info

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    Skydivers Flutter Time And The Hunt For Mr. Ellis
    Hello You. There’s intrigue and mystery aplenty at Fog Towers this week, starting with the latest episode of Resonance FM’s FogCast, which opens with ‘Reflections’, the first of two remarkable electroacoustic works by the composer …
    By Robin The Fog, 796 words
  19. Sampleface
    A music sampling blog. From loops and hip hop breaks to reviews and news, we discuss all genres and the art of sampling in music. By Luke Davis. 🇬🇧 More info

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    Captain Pikant’s analysis of Daft Punk’s drum patterns
    The drums really got harder, better, faster, and stronger. The post Captain Pikant’s analysis of Daft Punk’s drum patterns appeared first on Sampleface.
    By Luke Davis, 31 words
  20. The Second Disc
    If it's reissued, remastered or expanded, you'll find it here. By Michael Duquette, Joe Marchese. 🇺🇸 More info

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    For Seiji: John Williams' 2023 Tokyo Concert is Latest Live Album from The Maestro
    John Williams' latest overseas trip will form another new album from the celebrated composer. John Williams in Tokyo, recorded in 2023 with the Saito Kinen Orchestra and featuring a very special tribute to one of …
    By Mike Duquette, 71 words