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Michiru Aoyama - Brilliant Days.

The second vinyl release on El Cerrito, California-based label Mirae Arts comes by Michiru Aoyama called “Brilliant Days”. Aoyama, based in the quiet seaside city of Kamakura, just south of Tokyo is an Ambient Producer whose work features manipulated sounds of guitar, glitches and tones. 959 more words


Friday Tunes 92: Top Songs by Michel Montecrossa and Mirakali

Here we go: part 92 of Friday Tunes featuring a selection of Top Songs by Michel Montecrossa and Mirakali taken from various albums.

My Dance Of Happy Laughing Love World Action (by Michel Montecrossa) Genre: Dance-Electronica… 121 more words


Weird Band of the Week: Eartheater

Alexandra Drewchin is based in New York City, but she grew up on a horse farm in rural Pennsylvania. It feels important to mention this up front in describing the music she makes under the name Eartheater, and not just because horses figure prominently in the project’s iconography, including the… 671 more words

Band Of The Week

There will never be anyone like her ever again! Lady Madonna at 60.

Back in school in early ’84 I still had no idea who Madonna was despite the fact that she was ‘burning up’ the charts with her debut album. 1,678 more words


Reinventing Failure - No Side Effects (reviewed by T. Bebedor)

Different times can conjure different things to different people and when I think of the 1980’s my mind is cast back to watching The A-Team or Buck Rogers, collecting football stickers, wishing for a BMX, eating Highland Toffee and watching Top of The Pops on a Thursday evening. 694 more words

Zoetrope - Astronomical Twilight (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

On the strength of Astronomical Twilight’s previous album, Unheard, new music coming from this artist is something I already look forward too and so a new full album of sounds landing on my review pile really made my day. 386 more words

Check This: The Federal Empire - You and Drugs

Ever remember a band you liked that had a couple hit songs and then seemed to disappear, and wonder what happened to them? Well, sometimes they pop up as a new band and you can feel like you’re discovering them all over again. 205 more words

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