ECO VIRTUAL - ATMOSPHERES 第1 (2013)
Very good if you like The Streets, Dan le Sac vs Scroobius Pip or even John Cooper Clarke but, like those acts, can sometimes become a bit monotonous when listening to a whole album at a time. Fantastic in small doses, though.
Sleaford Mods - Tied Up in Nottzhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CFFWF1DnZKM
Happy Mondays - Pills'n' Thrills and Bellyaches
Sander van Doorn - Supernaturalistic (2008)
Raison d'être - When The Earth Dissolves In Ashes (2012)
Tomutonttu & Oneohtrix Point Never - Split (2010)
Oneohtrix Point Never & Rene Hell - Split (2012)
Spot of jazz in the shape of Roy Budd at Newport.
Good ideia Ennio
Just going to pick up my vinyl of
John Coltrane - A love supreme
Oneohtrix Point Never - Hollyr (2008)
Oneohtrix Point Never - Ruined Lives (2008)
Oneohtrix Point Never - Scenes With Curved Objects (2009)
One I'm listening too also often in the last weeks. This and several live albums from Soft Machine and live bootlegs from Peter Hammill. And the BBC stuff from Siouxsie and the Banshees. And Zappa's King Kong, the best best King Kong ever, and is so much better than Jackson's remake.
Still great, especially part One
Napalm Death - Apex Predator - Easy Meat (2015)
Best thing they've done in over twenty years imho.
Doesn't look good to me, as a veggie
The Orb - Blue Room (1992)
Klaus Schulze - Timewind (1975)
Still have that album, I think (could be I sold it). Bought it in the same time as this Tangerine Dream stuff
Blur - The Magic Whip
Is it any good? I think so, yes. Is it remarkable, outstanding? I'm less sure of that. That's not to say that it's not, but I'd need to live with it a little longer to know for certain.
Having a Mai Tai cocktail and listening to a spot of Muddy Waters...
Bob DylanFreewheelin' Bob dylanAnother side of Bob DylanHighway 61 revisitedBlonde on BlondeJohn Wesley HardingBlood on the tracksPat Garret & Billy the kid BSOI always came back to this records, I just have to