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Album of the Week 8 - 15 Jan

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I totally forgot (good one, idiot.) to post my album of the week on Friday so am posting late – sorry!
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Wow and Wow!!! Josh Rutner's Album of the Week

Although I live in a college town, we’ve never really had a great radio station until about a year and a half ago, when finally, a very cool dude named Don Bedell founded 98.7 the freq, giving us the gift of “College radio …  all grown up!” Proving that it is serious about living up to its slogan, for some time now it has been broadcasting a little program called… 176 more words

Album Of The Week: Jeff Parker - Slight Freedom

Slight Freedom, Jeff Parker’s first-ever solo record, presents the first opportunity to hear the guitarist in fully self-revealed circumstances. Recorded 2013 and ’14 in the Hollywood Hills as he relocated from Chicago to Los Angeles, Parker combines the dark tonal palette & percussive attack he’s long been known for with real-time processing elements and field recordings, deftly crafting a unique world of solo guitar music –multilingual, mysterious, alive with extraordinary sonic events, with a sturdy intelligence in charge & a raw homestyle vibe. 478 more words


King Crimson - Radical Action (To Unseat the Hold of Monkey Mind) (2016)

“Unless you’ve seen this King Crimson live, you don’t quite have the right to hold an opinion about it.  And secondly, unless you’ve seen this band live three times, your opinion is not likely to be substantial.” -Robert Fripp… 1,532 more words

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AOTW: Bathory - Bathory (1984)

Bathory released their self-titled debut album in October of 1984. As far as the first wave of Black Metal is concerned, Bathory were a bit late in the game. 644 more words

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AOTW: Ghost - Meliora (2015)

Some time in the Spring of 2016 I fell in love with Ghost, a Heavy Metal band from Sweden. The first song I’ve ever heard from them was  749 more words

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Jim Ferraro - On Air (2010)

James Ferraro’s music falls into a genre called “hypnagogic pop”, a genre I know nothing about, and am not even sure I would be able to pronounce.  793 more words

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