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Kid Flicks - Hearts Of Gold

Kid Flicks’ music truly defies categorization and/or accurate description – other than beautifully captivating creative musical self-expression. “Hearts Of Gold” consists of material produced between 2008-2011 in his very unique way and style – from conception to expression. 43 more words

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Mary And The Boy - Timemachine

This most genuinely experimental duo, present in Timemachine (their second album) a selection of somewhat diverse tracks ranging from lo-fi synth experimental “pop” (!) to probably disturbing to some noise/phonetic compositions bordering what could be considered “subversive”. 49 more words

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drog_A_tek - Homeland (O​.​S​.​T​.​)

I’ve always had a special love for movie soundtracks. Music there seemed to be more abstract, the compositions roomy, the melodies plain and in general somewhat “open to interpretation”. 138 more words

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Villagers of Ioannina City - Riza

Ok, I know the word “unique” has been used extensively (but not excessively) with regard to music and style in various posts here – … 151 more words

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Sleepin Pillow - Superman's blues

A more gloomy feeling and “thick”, heavier atmosphere than its predecessor – after all its superman’s blues – it still carries over the band’s special character and gripping sound. 45 more words

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EP: Pelicans We - Cosmo Sheldrake

This is a brilliant and refreshing little EP from Cosmo Sheldrake: master-looper and instrumentalist extraordinaire.

The songs are whimsical and fun, and the variety of sounds he uses is just awesome.  170 more words

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Baby Guru - Pieces

After their first home-made album Baby guru seem to move beyond their strictly experimental, improvisational music creation process to a more structured composition for some of the tracks here. 47 more words

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