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Bader Motor - Drei Drei Drei

Veals & Geeks Records – 017 / Les Disques en Rotin Reunis – LDRR#056– 16th August 2016

Christopher Nosnibor

Oh yes. Now this is something. How have I not been listening to these guys for all the years they’ve been in existence? 313 more words


Lay Llamas - Ostro

[ Rocket Recordings, 2014 ]

Italian duo Lay Llamas carefully blend the Old with the New, combining the Italian prog and German krautrock rhythmic traditons with the new, polished techniques in music productions, enhancing the already mind-altering compositions with the newest technologies and tricks, expanding echoes even further, making the atmosphere even more dense, adorning the guitar and drum-based trips with computer-based electronic sounds and effects… … 56 more words

Terrascope Review

The highly respected barometer of leftfield and independent music, the magazine blog has again responded favourably to a Glowpeople release! A big high-five (or whatever you hep-cats do this week) to Ian Fraser for listening and spreading our large. And read the Terrascope!!!


Exploded View - Exploded View Album Review

This originally appeared on GIGsoup (http://www.gigsoup.co.uk/reviews/album-reviews/exploded-view-exploded-view-album-review/) on 20th August 2016.

An ‘exploded view’ diagram is a technical drawing that displays each constituent element of a particular object, showing each of them individually while illustrating their relationship to both one another, and the whole. 602 more words

Popol Vuh - Affenstunde (1970)

The bitter influence that World War II left on Germany proved awfully difficult to get rid of. It was up to the first post-war generation to make a change. 760 more words


Peter Frohmader/Nekropolis - Musik Aus Dem Schattenreich (1979)

Peter Frohmader was born in 1958 in Munich, Germany. While in his teen years, he witnessed a radical musical and cultural revolution in his motherland. Only around the age of 12, he would be listening to artists such as Klaus Schulze, Tangerine Dream, and Ash Ra Tempel, which eventually led him to form his first bands – the avant-garde Alpha Centauri, Tangerine Dream-inspired Electronic Delusion as well as Kanaan, with stronger leanings towards a highly experimental branch jazz-rock. 896 more words


Kozfest Live

Thanks to Mr. Pete Wibrew, we now have the raw multitrack desk recordings of our recent Kozfest set for mixing down and fiddling about with. The long months between forthcoming gigs and adventures will now be absorbed into relaxed bouts of editing, compressing and EQing etc. 26 more words