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THE GATELESS GATE - Landslag Norður Íslands (The Landscape of North Iceland) (2015)

by Allister

I am actually working on a lengthy and very important post about a famous musician who sang about flying teapots. But in the interim, as I prepare my adjectives — whoops! 262 more words


Bullshit Boring Drone Band? Emeralds in Dublin

State has been giving Emeralds the runaround for the last few months. For starters, the Icelandic volcano farted ash clouds all over their planned Whelan’s show last May. 504 more words

Live Reviews

Happy Birthday, Tim Blake

Blake was the keyboardist for classic Radio Gnome era, Gong, and briefly, for Hawkwind. His 1977 solo debut, Crystal Machine, is a masterpiece of heavy synth mindfuckery. 81 more words


David Muse, Tonal Alchemy, Vinyl Rip

Today’s rip is from David Muse, best known as a member of the 70’s Top 40, soft pop group, Firefall. On his 1981 solo LP, Tonal Alchemy, Muse leaves the pop trappings behind, producing a synth heavy album falling somewhere between New Age, Kosmische and Balearic genres. 182 more words


Sand - Old Loggerhead

Sand were Johanes Vester, Ludwig Papenberg and Ulrich Papenberg, a German experimental band who came along during the final phase of the Krautrock phenomena. This track is from the 1974 album ‘Golem'; which was unreleased for many years (finally getting a release on Rotorelief records, after being previously released with bonus material as the Steven Stapleton-compiled collection ‘Ultrasonic Seraphim’). 150 more words


Ash Ra Tempel - Darkness: Flowers Must Die

By their second album, 1972’s ‘Schwingungen’, the Ash ra Tempel line up had changed; Manuel Göttsching (Guitar, Organ, Electronics) and Hartmut Enke (Bass, Electronics, Guitar) were still present, but Wolfgang Müller had replaced Klaus Schulze on drums. 62 more words