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The Sound of Animals Fighting - Lover, The Lord Has Left Us...

Release Date: 5/30/06

This review was initially written 9/3/08 and contains a considerable number of edits.

I credit the negative reviews of this album to one or two of three things: one, the reviewers are either fans of Chiodos, Circa Survive, and/or related acts; two, these people most likely don’t have an extensive musical taste; and/or three, those who stumbled on this are more familiar with the type of experimentation attributed to this band’s hero’s – namely, bands who are clearly referenced on this album that fall within the post-punk (such as This Heat, who are referenced directly via song title) or new wave umbrellas. 360 more words

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This Heat - This Heat

Release Date: September 1978

If you like music that makes you feel happy, with obvious structure and a strong sense of melody, steer clear. If on the other hand, experimentation and dissonance are your go-to’s, well then you’re in for a real spectacle of experimental music. 228 more words


back to the basics.

Favorite rediscoveries of the past couple of months or so, all classics. I have not been listening to a lot of new music, actually I haven’t been listening to music, but when I did I came for these. 483 more words


This Heat - Peel Sessions 1977


  1. Rimp Romp Ramp (0:00)
  2. Makeshift Swahili (6:40)
  3. Sitting (12:59)
  4. Basement Boy (15:15)
  5. Slither (17:24)

Villamanuela '17: Delicatessen

Este fin de semana (6 y 7 de octubre) se celebra el Festival Villamanuela en un formato reducido pero de atractivo innegable, con programación selecta que dispara en múltiples direcciones. 427 more words

12 June

Laddio Bolocko — Live and Unreleased 1997 – 2000 (2015, No Quarter)


Hard to imagine that some of the material on today’s featured release is already twenty. 271 more words

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7 June

Grachan Moncur III — New Africa (1969, BYG Actuel)



Sometimes you encounter a record and wonder, where the hell has this been my entire life? 280 more words

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