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Hello GoodBye info - 08.04.17 - ft. Casual Sect, Fupper, Leon Muraglia + Jono Podmore

The Hello GoodBye Show is an upbeat, eclectic live music show hosted by deXter Bentley every Saturday lunchtime between midday and 1.30pm on Resonance 104.4 FM… 57 more words

Dexter Bentley

Our Daily Bread 239: Conrad Schnitzler/Pole 'Con-Struct'

LP REVIEW
Words: Ayfer Simms


Conrad  Schnitzler / Pole   ‘Con-Struct’
Released  by  Bureau  B,  24th  March  2017

This music is described as avant-garde because on the surface the notes appear to be unwelcoming, obscure and almost shuddery, like a sort of peering into a black hole, with simply no place to grip. 242 more words

Electronica

Popol Vuh - Ah!

Absolutely stunning opener from the bands 1972 album ‘Hosianna Mantra’. Delicate piano lines trickle down from above while spiralling guitars gently spin off into the ether. 14 more words

Classic

Amon Düül II - Yeti (Improvisation)

The title track from the band’s magnum opus, 1970’s ‘Yeti’; and what a track it is. After disc one, which comprises of short tracks (even the first one which is disguised as a ‘suite’) the listener is faced with a side long track. 71 more words

Underground

Mahler Haze – Psithurism

(Personal Archives, 2016)

With Psithurism – literally the rustling of trees or leaves – Belgium-based sound artist Mahler Haze (or Malegys, the name from which the phonetic “Mahler Haze” derives) achieves the improbable marriage of rural isolation and environmental placement within the context of his mission statement: the discovery of cosmic connections and occult insights through explorations via sound with a basis in the 1970s German synthesizer and prog movements (read: Ash Ra Temple, Cluster, Deuter, Neu!, Harmonia, etc.). 543 more words

Music

Tangerine Dream - Zeit

This is the title track from TD’s only real Drone album from 1972. Drift on brothers and sisters, drift on.

Drone

Aminadav Aloni – Once (Dual Planet, June 2015)

A fabulous soundtrack for a very strange film garners its mystique by itself, but a fabulous soundtrack for a very strange film of which there are no surviving prints? 217 more words

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