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Blog Post #6 17/09/2014

Another blog entry means another immense struggle to get it finished. I was pretty excited to write this blog, given that Interpol released El Pintor during the process, though I was left a bit disappointed by that particular album. 3,410 more words

New Music Reviews

More of Dot's musical adventures

Dot writes: I suspect that my pace of new listening is going to slow somewhat as I get sucked into the maelstrom of the teaching term, but here’s a little post on the three new albums I’ve been exploring over the past two weeks. 397 more words

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Zammuto - "Anchor" - ALBUM REVIEW

Zammuto “Anchor”

Years down the line, when we look back at the crazy decade that was the 2000s, I think that one of the bands that will be cited as one of the most ambitious, important, and off-the-wall of those years will be The Books. 565 more words

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Album Review:: Zammuto - 'Anchor'

Zammuto – ‘Anchor’

If you buy into the concept that innovative experimentalism that is made ostensibly for the sake of innovative experimentalism should be critically acclaimed precisely for the fact that it is innovative experimentalism despite the fact that the artist’s quest to be assessed as an innovative experimentalist has rendered their music almost unlistenable then you are… 601 more words

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Under the microscope with Nick Zammuto

Nick Zammuto is a musical mad scientist disguised as a luddite, living with his family in a wood stove-heated house he built himself in Vermont. He tinkers with new sounds and inventions away from the distractions — and insane rent — of New York. 952 more words

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KBT Broadcast: Episode 1

http://killerbabytomatoes.files.wordpress.com/2014/09/episode1.mp3

00:00 My Boyfriend’s the Devil – No Aloha
02:30 Midnight Lovers – New Swears
05:18 Turning – Medicine
08:55 Monster – Chad VanGaalen
11:58 Feathering a Nest – Caddywhompus… 63 more words

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First Listen: Zammuto - Anchor

I guess there is something similar between the August month and a cold winter day off from school where everything is covered in snow. Both have an element of laziness to them mixed with a direct instinct for reflection. 222 more words