Currently listening, part 1

Started by mgriffin, December 06, 2007, 02:02:28 PM

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Joe R

Cindytalk- Up here In The Clouds
Deupree & Kenneth Kirschner- Post Piano 1
The Circular Ruins- Falling Into The Sky

Parallel Worlds

Klaus Schulze - La Vie Electronique 8 ,disc 1 (Mig)
Steinbruchel - Stage (Line)
Mathieu Ruhlmann + Celer - Mesoscaphe (Spekk)
Cluster - Zuckerzeit (Brain)
India Czajkowska / Ryszard Latecki / Maciek Cierlinski - Mermago (Obuh)
www.parallel-worlds-music.com
www.facebook.com/parallelworldsmusic
www.DiN.org.uk

headonist

Steve Roach - Trance Spirits
Tuu - All Our Ancestors

headonist

One of Oƶphoi's best...

"bardo"


headonist

Rod Modell - Sonic Continuum

Thanks for this one Hypnos!

mgriffin

You're welcome! It's been wonderful to see this album accumulate popularity over the years. When we first released it, nobody bought it and nobody talked about it.
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9dragons

Quote from: Seren on January 24, 2011, 12:41:56 PM
Fancied listening to the track Steppenwolf and it's the only recording I have - some great lines from Bob Calvert....

I get cravings for that song on occasion. Calvert is excellent, unequalled in his lyrics. I have a disc of him just reading his poetry that puts me into a weird mood, quite enjoyable.

abasio

Spielerei - Once Upon A Time

Sublime :)

Seren

Quote from: 9dragons on February 02, 2011, 10:18:03 PM
Quote from: Seren on January 24, 2011, 12:41:56 PM
Fancied listening to the track Steppenwolf and it's the only recording I have - some great lines from Bob Calvert....

I get cravings for that song on occasion. Calvert is excellent, unequalled in his lyrics. I have a disc of him just reading his poetry that puts me into a weird mood, quite enjoyable.

It's interesting because there can be great gems in one line and the next a real clunker....
What is the disc of poetry?

headonist

Alva Noto - Xerrox Vol. 1



For fans of glitchy ambient, in the vein of Fennesz, Gas, Tim Hecker.

headonist

Steve Roach - Destination Beyond


Mark Mushet

Brian McBride - The Effective Disconnect

Gorgeous.

Louis Sclavis - Napoli's Walls

An atypical release for him with an interesting assortment of musicians and treatments.

ffcal

Radiohead - Hail To The Thief. (I'm in an agitpop mood)

Forrest

9dragons

Quote from: Seren on February 03, 2011, 11:48:45 AM
Quote from: 9dragons on February 02, 2011, 10:18:03 PM
Quote from: Seren on January 24, 2011, 12:41:56 PM
Fancied listening to the track Steppenwolf and it's the only recording I have - some great lines from Bob Calvert....

I get cravings for that song on occasion. Calvert is excellent, unequalled in his lyrics. I have a disc of him just reading his poetry that puts me into a weird mood, quite enjoyable.

It's interesting because there can be great gems in one line and the next a real clunker....
What is the disc of poetry?

It's called centigrade 232, a booklet of poems and cd put out by voiceprint. Don't know if it's still in print, but only 500 were made...

I agree on the Calvert lyrics. I look at his poetry as being in a different realm, between psych-rock and literary, so I look at his lines in a weird way, comparing him more to the totality of rock lyrics and not as much to strictly written poets. He's kind of like Morrison in that way...but with the pulp sci-fi awareness that I love so dearly...

headonist

Robert Henke - Layering Buddha



Dark and noisy ambient.

Joe R

In the mood for fuzzy murk this weekend:

Daizok- Autumn Scenes; dark synth fuzz
Szymon Kaliski- Out Of Forgetting; warm drones with treated piano, very minimal and very nice!

spectral67

White Rainbow - Dr Pizza`s Spectral Retreat and Event Center and Sea Thru.

He releases stuff on Kranky but these two are on Bandcamp and you can pay what you want for `em. Very lovely drifting and droney Ambient.

Mark Mushet

Biosphere - Polar Sequences

A mid-nineties live classic. Glad I found this at Seattle's Wall of Sound a few years ago.


Julio Di Benedetto

Enjoying a handful of Infraction CDs

Kiln - Thermals
Ben Fleury Steiner - Keep a weather eye open
Koda - Movements
Tetsu Inoue - World Receiver
Alio Die & Aglaia -  Private History of the Clouds


"Life is one big road, with lots of signs, so when you ride to the Roots, do not complicate your mind, ... "  Bob Marley

http://digitalvoices.bandcamp.com/

headonist

Klaus Wiese - Divine Orbit



Slowly getting into Wiese's works. Divine Orbit is probably my favorite so far. But "Perfume" is not bad either.