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Music Park: Gwenno @ Moogfest 2016 -- 5/21/16

Gwenno performs during Moogfest in Durham, NC, on May 21, 2016. (Photo by Mickey McCarter)

Toward the end of her show, Welsh songstress Gwenno apologized for the sad lyrics of songs on her debut solo album, Y Dydd Olaf, which after all was inspired by a Welsch dystopian science fiction novel of the same name from 1976. 579 more words

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Leapling share frisky, frantic garage pop gem "You Lemme Know" -- listen

The first thing you should know about Leapling’s new single, “You Lemme Know”, is that it’s not a typical Leapling track. The Brooklyn-based trio’s highly anticipated sophomore album, … 252 more words

New Music

Jakob Skøtt - All the Colours of the Dust

[ El Paraiso Records, 2016 ]

Analog synths. Explosive rhythms. Psychedelic electronics. What else could you want!? Causa Sui drummer Jakob Skøtt comes back with another collection of pummeling, heady free improv that shimmers and shines with intense cascades of wild circuit mashing and lots of trippy energy for El Paraiso Records, the label that already brought us tons of star-reaching psych and doesn’t intend on stepping up. 12 more words

2066 And Then: Krautrock that saw twelve years into metal's future

Noble metal hessians, gather your history books and tear them asunder, for 2066 And Then will challenge accepted genre narratives!

Well, don’t go so far as all that; it is after all only the one song ‘ 439 more words

EP REVIEW | Tuath - Existence Is Futile.

ARTIST: Tuath

RELEASE: Existence Is Futile

RELEASE DATE: 16/06/16

RECORD COMPANY: Unsigned

Nestled deep within the Irish Republic’s rugged northwestern periphery and held fast in a belief that sonic experimentation across many different musical genre’s is the only formula needed to express artistic freedom in todays overly diluted and increasingly crass home grown independent music scene, resides one of the best modern day experimental psych-gazing collectives to ever have graced this fair isle, led by the charismatic & multi-lingual Robert Mulhern and a rag tag bunch of instrumental geniuses. 624 more words

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Suns of Thyme - "Cascades"

It sounds strange for me to say that I need a challenge every now and then. I listen to so much music but many times it can blend together, even if it’s technical or avant-garde. 297 more words

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