what are you listening to 2018

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i have been listening to a lot of UNIFORM - WAKE IN FRIGHT


as i walk my dog through the empty suburban streets, it makes me grit my teeth and inwardly snarl in every direction. it came out about a year ago, last january, but they're new to me. i think one time i mentioned on ILM that i had this platonic idea of a 70s punk band in my head, when i was in high school, just before napster and all that stuff hit and it was still kind of difficult to easily research a genre and track down genre highlights. i listened to some old punk bands like the ramones and the buzzcocks but it was very different than what i had imagined. a few years later i heard wire's first three albums for the first time, and it was this odd sensation of finally finding the real version of an idea of what something sounds like. hard to explain. but i haven't had that sensation again until i ran across this Uniform album the other day. they sound like everything i want right now. i would love to see them play live, i bet it's fucking intense.

(sorry if there's already a general what are you listening to thread for this year, i just couldn't find it)

Karl Malone, Sunday, 28 January 2018 21:27 (one year ago) Permalink

if anyone has any recommendations on music that is more knife-edgy than that, please dish them out. i am in the mood

Karl Malone, Sunday, 28 January 2018 21:44 (one year ago) Permalink

LOFT - three settlements four ways


deconstructed club from manchester. the most interesting electronic LP of last year imo. so much going on, yet so much space.

meaulnes, Sunday, 28 January 2018 22:06 (one year ago) Permalink

in the car today it's been:

lee gamble - mnestic pressure
Royal trux - platinum tips + ice cream
Yardbirds - newish '68 double cd thing I borrowed from dad

brimstead, Monday, 29 January 2018 01:54 (one year ago) Permalink

katsumi horii project - hot is cool

Arnold Schoenberg Steals (rushomancy), Monday, 29 January 2018 01:56 (one year ago) Permalink

I've been on a 1960s Dottie West kick most of January. Patsy Cline too.

Johnny Fever, Monday, 29 January 2018 01:57 (one year ago) Permalink

meaulness your description of LOFT has me intrigued

And great post, Karl Malone.

brimstead, Monday, 29 January 2018 01:59 (one year ago) Permalink

Django rheinhardt proper box set.
Kikagaku Moyo Forest of Lost Children.
Fall PeelSessions disc 3 cos disc 2 isn't in the box & I'm not sure when I last played it.

Stevolende, Monday, 29 January 2018 09:13 (one year ago) Permalink

steve kilbey (with martin kennedy) glow and fade

reggie (qualmsley), Monday, 29 January 2018 16:18 (one year ago) Permalink

Young Marco - Biology

It's labeled "deluxe edition" even though there never was a "regular" edition on CD. It has a bonus track that isn't on the LP, though.

brimstead, Tuesday, 30 January 2018 04:02 (one year ago) Permalink


PB 019 - eu12''
Genre: House

1. Rolling So
2. Any Where in the US is a Party
3. I Want You
4. Kicking at Home
5. No More Sorrow
6. I Ain't Missing You
7. I am Dreaming

i just got Superstar and Star - Mastermind EP. holy shit this rules. noisey dub house & lofi outsider pop. this is wonderful stuff. i got this due to the youtube video for the lovely "I Ain't Missing You". apparently this compilation came out last year but they only just shipped them out. it was a very limited run so i think it quickly sold out. amazing stuff!!!


AdamVania (Adam Bruneau), Tuesday, 30 January 2018 17:20 (one year ago) Permalink

"Any Where in the US is a Party" is 100X better than the new Andrew WK song

AdamVania (Adam Bruneau), Tuesday, 30 January 2018 17:21 (one year ago) Permalink

if anyone has any recommendations on music that is more knife-edgy than that, please dish them out. i am in the mood

― Karl Malone, Sunday, January 28, 2018 3:44 PM (four days ago) Bookmark Flag Post Permalink

not quite the same but this comes close imo


budo jeru, Thursday, 1 February 2018 20:54 (one year ago) Permalink

hm. re-listened. i take that back big time. nice record tho.

budo jeru, Thursday, 1 February 2018 21:02 (one year ago) Permalink

Milky - Travels With a Donkey (2002)

AdamVania (Adam Bruneau), Saturday, 3 February 2018 16:49 (one year ago) Permalink

Hey I like the first Uniform album, Perfect World - I didn't know there was a newer one! Thanks I'll check that out.

Colonel Poo, Saturday, 3 February 2018 16:58 (one year ago) Permalink

i still haven't gotten around to listening to perfect world! i hear it's really good, but i'm still trying to figure out the newest one. i'm trying to take my time with albums recently and give them several good listens before moving on to other things.

Karl Malone, Saturday, 3 February 2018 17:05 (one year ago) Permalink

god this Per Tjernberg record (They Call Me) is so good, listened to it twice last night. really digging the discoveries form this thread (Spotify playlist is in there near the end, recommended)

Chee Shimizu - Obscure Sound (a music book)

sleeve, Saturday, 3 February 2018 17:09 (one year ago) Permalink

somehow i have missed out on Dennis Johnson until now.

November, composed in 1959, as performed by jeroen van veen. i've been sprawled out on my rug transfixed for a couple hours now

Karl Malone, Monday, 5 February 2018 20:21 (one year ago) Permalink

^^ that one's amazing indeed.

I don't want to pull you from your rug ZS, save this for a later date, but have you ever heard dEUS 'Worst Case Scenario'? For some reason I think it could really be up your alley.

Le Bateau Ivre, Monday, 5 February 2018 20:41 (one year ago) Permalink

og vinyl copy of Cornelius "69/96" arrived today alongside SSKHKH "17" album. "69/96" is hitting the spot right now, it was doing 90s west coast hip hop style beats a minute ago and now we are in Austin Power electric sitar wonderland. this isn't an album this is a theme park. the record sounds SO GOOD.

AdamVania (Adam Bruneau), Tuesday, 6 February 2018 01:28 (one year ago) Permalink

SSKHKH's "17" is a great album as well. if you can find their "Motorhead and Drive" VHS it has videos for all the songs on the album.

AdamVania (Adam Bruneau), Tuesday, 6 February 2018 01:30 (one year ago) Permalink


AdamVania (Adam Bruneau), Tuesday, 6 February 2018 02:13 (one year ago) Permalink

Love that band! ^

Johnny Fever, Tuesday, 6 February 2018 02:13 (one year ago) Permalink

xpost i will put that next up in the queue, LBI! i still have more of november to go through, which is kind of amazing because it feels like i was listening to it all day already!

there's something really poignant about this:

A few years ago, Johnson told Young that he’d had enough of the 21st century and was going ‘off-grid’. No email, and for long periods his phone remained unanswered. But Mark Harwood, of Penultimate Press, had the number, and got through to Johnson last year. This spring Harwood, in collaboration with the Irritable Hedgehog label, are releasing a 4CD performance of November by pianist R Andrew Lee.

With Harwood’s help, I spoke to Johnson by phone. Now in his mid-seventies, Johnson would be the first to admit his memory is fraying, but in person he’s likeable and generous to a fault. I asked how he feels being hailed as the first composer to write minimalist music. He answered: "That’s interesting. Tell me again, the meaning of minimalist?"


Karl Malone, Tuesday, 6 February 2018 03:18 (one year ago) Permalink

Thought for a moment this was the noteworthy album covers thread. Most of those belong in a museum.

✖✖✖ (Moka), Tuesday, 6 February 2018 05:23 (one year ago) Permalink

gotta love those authentic greasy marmite on toast fingerprints

massaman gai, Tuesday, 6 February 2018 09:28 (one year ago) Permalink

i bought the "watashi dake?" reissue last year and the photo insert is v cool


budo jeru, Tuesday, 6 February 2018 09:36 (one year ago) Permalink

always makes me think of that "only me!" harry enfield character

massaman gai, Tuesday, 6 February 2018 09:57 (one year ago) Permalink

didn't spot the ice cream tho. that is cool.

massaman gai, Tuesday, 6 February 2018 09:59 (one year ago) Permalink

That's one of my all-time favorite pictures of a human.

my dreams in the hell-pits (GOTT PUNCH II HAWKWINDZ), Wednesday, 7 February 2018 11:20 (one year ago) Permalink

Barnt What Is A Number, That A Man May Know It?


Fucking extraordinary "experimental techno"

my dreams in the hell-pits (GOTT PUNCH II HAWKWINDZ), Wednesday, 14 February 2018 10:29 (one year ago) Permalink

I never know what subgenre I'm actually listening to with stuff like this, always expecting fifty dudes to run up with fingers raised shouting "ACTUALLY--

my dreams in the hell-pits (GOTT PUNCH II HAWKWINDZ), Wednesday, 14 February 2018 10:30 (one year ago) Permalink

American Epic Collection - Amazing 100 songs by 100 artists from the 20s and 30s

Lots of Jazz:
Charles Mingus
John Coltrane
Alice Coltrane
Donald Byrd
ICP Orchestra
Art Ensemble of Chicago
Joseph Jarman
Max Roach
Raymond Scott
Yusef Lateef
Clifford Thorton

The Books
Blind Willie McTell
Glass Animals
James Holden
Kate Tempest
Lee Scratch Perry
Possessed By Paul James
Son Lux
Rolling Stones
Richard Kern Sountracks

nicky lo-fi, Wednesday, 14 February 2018 14:33 (one year ago) Permalink

not sure what genre this is? I read "left-field house" somewhere. I call everything electronic.
I think it's pretty great though.

Ross From Friends - The Outsiders (2017)


nicky lo-fi, Tuesday, 20 February 2018 14:17 (one year ago) Permalink

those jeff mills "the wizard" radio broadcasts. sounding great in the portuguese sunshine. visions of rosie perez frugging frantically

massaman gai, Wednesday, 21 February 2018 13:22 (one year ago) Permalink

first of all, i've been getting re-into the Mariah album from 1983. (long lost impossible to find, reissued a few years back. seems like the "hit" was "Shinzo No Tobira", but there are several songs at least as good. I really love "Sora Ni Mau Maboroshi"). then i got so into that that i did 15 seconds of research and found the Mariah guy (at that point, Yasuaki Shimizu)'s solo album from the year before, Kakashi. like Mariah, it is unclassifiable, timeless, and so good. also, i struggle with design so much, and this is a good reminder of how simple and perfect it can be:


i remember the corned beef of my childhood (Karl Malone), Saturday, 24 February 2018 03:06 (one year ago) Permalink

(standout track on kakashi is "umi no ue kara", i think. the shift at 3:00 is everything i want i music.)

i remember the corned beef of my childhood (Karl Malone), Saturday, 24 February 2018 03:19 (one year ago) Permalink

a new tio me Clock Dva set from the Lyceum in 1981 . I assume it must be in support of thirst having been released cos Adi mentions the lp having just come out.
Sounds pretty great so far.

Wish somebody would reissue clock Dva's material from this era as well as The Box's stuff.

Stevolende, Thursday, 22 November 2018 17:03 (six months ago) Permalink

I’m not ashamed to admit that I’ve broken out the Christmas music: starting with Vince Guaraldi and Ella Fitzgerald.

o. nate, Thursday, 22 November 2018 21:47 (six months ago) Permalink

been listening to that brilliant Ben LaMar Gay album: Downtown Castles Can Never Block the Sun. Not sure which thread it belongs, but he is an AACM member and a Chicagoan.

calzino, Thursday, 22 November 2018 22:21 (six months ago) Permalink

tyshawn sorey - pillars
container - lp (2018)
skee mask - compro
aleksandir - yamaha
tupac - all eyez on me
sonny rollins
will dimaggio - at ease
kacey musgraves - golden hour
ken mode - loved
rosalia - el mal querer, and los angeles

j., Friday, 23 November 2018 01:11 (six months ago) Permalink

pillars is so good. The first part that sounded quite "out there" last month - sounds like a pop record to me in places now!

calzino, Friday, 23 November 2018 01:42 (six months ago) Permalink

smidge of an oliveros/dempster vibe

j., Friday, 23 November 2018 02:08 (six months ago) Permalink


Insanely gorgeous 90s jangle pop from the Netherlands.
The acoustic 'Here' is the most beautiful song ever.

ArchCarrier, Friday, 23 November 2018 09:26 (six months ago) Permalink

haven't heard that one before. i like the cover.

Karl Malone, Sunday, 25 November 2018 17:24 (six months ago) Permalink

Who's the artist?

DEATH PUPPET (GOTT PUNCH II HAWKWINDZ), Wednesday, 28 November 2018 05:11 (five months ago) Permalink

oops its a peter brötzmann trio recording. him, p. kowald & pierre courbois.

massaman gai (front tea for two), Wednesday, 28 November 2018 07:23 (five months ago) Permalink

just done a disc of nuslux' home brewed blorpins, rejected an enervatyed sounding yeh/corsano/shiflet disc but now jamming this spectre flux thing which i believe is pete nolan and the blues control folks sounding pretty vital in a half-assed shredding thrum brrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr XPQRTZ ??????? to call it drone would do it a disservice

massaman gai (front tea for two), Friday, 30 November 2018 20:55 (five months ago) Permalink

https://img.discogs.com/cPfm0SClm-AeTOG3WkwUHP8ahVE=/fit-in/600x596/filters:strip_icc():format(jpeg):mode_rgb():quality(90)/discogs-images/R-12642830-1539189998-8078.jpeg.jpga grower but still a little underwhelming, formanek goes heavy on the subtlety & ponderous big john barry type plodders. there's a few really good knotty melodies & lurching rhythms, but way too stately.

massaman gai (front tea for two), Wednesday, 5 December 2018 16:12 (five months ago) Permalink

A chap, possibly a lady, almost certainly a chap up the page mentions Blue Skied an' Clear, a compilation of covers of Slowdive songs with a second disc of original tunes. I have also listened to this record during this year, although only part of it. This is my copy:

That's my actual copy of the record, touched by my hands. Last year I wrote a blog post about it, which I will copy here so that no-one can accuse me of trying to drive traffic to my blog:

"Let’s have a look at Morr Music's Blue Skied an’ Clear, a compilation album stroke label sampler from 2002. Disc one has covers of songs by top British shoegaze band Slowdive; disc two has original songs inspired by the band. So it was that in 2017 I was moved to write about an album of covers released in 2002 of a band that flourished and faded in the early 1990s, as if descending a staircase into the past. I gazed at translucent figures who could not see me; I studied their ways and surfaced gasping into the present. As I write these words I imagine invisible eyes from the future studying *me*.

Slowdive was a shoegaze band. What was shoegaze? In the gap between C86 and Britpop there emerged a generation of fey, pale teenagers whose guitars broadcast formless, distorted washes of sound to an audience that craved an aural comfort blanket. The genre had a good run but the leading lights split up or ran out of ideas or ground to a halt. Britpop obliterated the traces. Britpop was brash, populist, highly commercial; shoegaze was none of those things. It had an air of passive self-absorption that was at odds with Britpop's extrovert nature.

Slowdive passed me by at the time. I was into electronic music, and in those days it was difficult to become familiar with a wide range of different bands. You either had to borrow lots of records or have a lot of money. There was no Youtube, and Slowdive was never played on the radio. I could only read about them in the music press, except that I continually got them mixed up with Swervedriver, another shoegaze band - Slowdive and Swervedriver are the same colour, both red - so I can't be sure if my memories of the band are correct. From my point of view Slowdive and shoegaze was a blip that came and went between Madchester, ambient house, and then Britpop and drum'n'bass. It was part of the sadly doomed and forgotten pre-Britpop era.

The only shoegaze band that approached a commercial breakthrough was Ride, who managed a couple of top ten albums and a top ten single, although nowadays they tend to be thought of as a pre-Britpop indie band that had a shoegazing phase rather than a fully-fledged shoegazing band. My Bloody Valentine’s second album, Loveless, is generally regarded as the high point of the genre - the loudest, most formless, most diffident of all shoegaze records, the genre’s Kind of Blue. Slowdive never had a commercial heyday, and fan favourite Souvlaki was a victim of unfortunate timing. By 1993 the music press had grown tired of shoegaze and was more interested in the likes of James, The Wonder Stuff, Suede and so forth, and of course a year later the one-two punch of Definitely Maybe and Parklife opened the floodgates that swept Slowdive and shoegaze away forever, or at least it seemed at the time.

For some reason – I know not why – Slowdive became internet-fashionable again in the 2000s. The group recently reformed and has released a new album. Surprisingly, it’s terrific; a moody, floaty ambient indie pop record that manages to be formless and tuneful at the same time. In a just world "Sugar for the Pill" would be a massive radio hit. Judging by Youtube views the band has gained a whole new following, including this blue-haired woman who was moved to tears by the band's cover of Syd Barrett’s "Golden Hair":

But what of Blue Skied an' Clear? The covers on Disc One are solid but sound a bit thin, as if the bands were all pushed for time. The problem is that Slowdive's music was inseparable from the production, with the result that shorn of the band's wall of effects pedals the music doesn't have the same impact. The exception is múm's cover of "Machine Gun". The song has a killer melody but Slowdive's production was plodding and unimaginative; múm's take is subtler, and the sound would have fit perfectly on Finally We Are No One.

There's another problem, highlighted by Limp's take on "Souvlaki Space Station". The compilation was released in the wake of Warp Records' glitch-pop heyday and consequently several of the tracks have pointless sub-Squarepusher glitchy treatments that don't fit the material, "Space Station" among them. Disc two's "Fade Out Your Eyes" is a particular bad offender.

Ulrich Schnauss' "Crazy for You" is the second best cover, adding twangy guitars and a shuffling beat to the original, which sounded as if it had been recorded in a tunnel. A few years later Schnauss' version of the song was used in a Lucozade advert, sped-up:

I imagine Schnauss earned more from the advert than he did from Blue Skied an' Clear. During their career Slowdive tried to change their sound - they hired Brian Eno, although he didn't stick around for a whole album - but never really managed it. Their most recent album feels like the product of twenty years of gradual evolution rather than a sharp break, which is fine now but would have been disappointing if it was just Slowdive's hypothetical fifteenth studio album. It's fascinating to imagine what might have happened if Slowdive and Eno had hit it off; say what you like about U2, Achtung Baby was a major leap for the band and it did give them a second wind. Solvent's cover of "When the Sun Hits" reimagines Slowdive as Add N to X while Lali Puma's version of "40 Days" has something of Garbage about it but neither of them convincingly reinvent the band. Skanfrom's version of "Here She Comes" sounds like a Brian Eno solo track from one of his non-ambient vocal albums.

Disc two is a lot more variable. Whereas Disc One is listenable throughout, Disc Two has some complete stinkers, although it gets off to a great start with Manual's "Summer Haze" and Isan's "My Last Journey". "House Full of Time" and "Fade Our Your Eyes" aren't very good at all and Solvent's "Discontinued Parts" is godawful. Limp's "Silent Running" is nice - it sounds like an instrumental cover of "40 Days" - but again has tonnes of indifferently-executed, now-badly-dated glitches. I bought the album after hearing Icebreaker International and Manual's "Into Forever", which for me is the standout track. Schnauss' "Wherever You Are" is the other standout. The rest are basically inoffensive filler. That's (counts) four excellent tracks, three bad tracks, seven okay tracks. I find it hard to criticise the bands involved. They probably had six weeks to throw something together for the compilation and no extra money, so I imagine disc two is stuffed with demos that they didn't want to put out as b-sides.

Morr Music still exists. Blue Skied an' Clear was released physically on compact disc and triple vinyl. The vinyl has a poster and some twee stickers that made me smile. It's still on sale today albeit only digitally. It's one really good album of mostly Slowdive covers with a handful of original tunes as a bonus, plus some rubbish that you can skip, the end."

Ashley Pomeroy, Wednesday, 5 December 2018 19:19 (five months ago) Permalink

https://img.discogs.com/v6JT5VdfGqlMZqstMwYi8RtlPl0=/fit-in/280x279/filters:strip_icc():format(jpeg):mode_rgb():quality(90)/discogs-images/R-1019965-1228223791.jpeg.jpgjunk shop radiophonic drone of a very high calibre. thankfully no throat singing on this one. just slapback scree & whirr

massaman gai (front tea for two), Thursday, 6 December 2018 08:43 (five months ago) Permalink

although what is this in the last 5 mins? oh anla, could you leave it just one time?

massaman gai (front tea for two), Thursday, 6 December 2018 08:49 (five months ago) Permalink

bardo pond volume 8
beach house 7
beak> >>>
the bevis frond we're your friends, man
low double negative
malkmus/jicks sparkle hard
laura marling+ LUMP
orgAAn storkk
the oh sees smote reverser
kamasi washington heaven & earth X3

reggie (qualmsley), Friday, 7 December 2018 18:44 (five months ago) Permalink

Just finished my 2018 year-end mix on Spotify that encompasses most of what I enjoyed this year. Sequencing builds tempo, energy, and loudness over the course of the mix and is intentionally relaxed and introspective in the first half (with exceptions), eventually moving into technicolor pop song territory in the second half.

30 songs /// 1 hr 47 min


ilxor, Friday, 7 December 2018 20:31 (five months ago) Permalink

― massaman gai (front tea for two), Wednesday, November 7, 2018 4:41 AM (one month ago)

Man, those Live at Yoshi's albums are complete insanity. I used to play them in the store when I worked at Tower Records and needed people to leave.

Totally different head. Totally. (Austin), Friday, 7 December 2018 22:17 (five months ago) Permalink

Sam Rivers - live trio sessions
Tom Petty - An American Treasure box

form that slug-like grex (outdoor_miner), Monday, 10 December 2018 16:36 (five months ago) Permalink

https://img.discogs.com/HXkfuB9SbbRjdo-E-lEW7pAe3rM=/fit-in/600x600/filters:strip_icc():format(jpeg):mode_rgb():quality(90)/discogs-images/R-3069479-1314274128.jpeg.jpgTuusanuuskat ‎– Nääksää Nää Mun Kyyneleet tape echo moogs tangerine dream such a tired formula but somehow this RULES maybe cos it's wilfully goofy & avoids tiresome "imaginary soundtrack"/ reich/glass balderdash

massaman gai (front tea for two), Wednesday, 19 December 2018 06:31 (five months ago) Permalink

although that was very terry in the best way.
doing cassettes this aft:
https://img.discogs.com/-5ZImOF_ytFTnQsrrBPYSAjxW3c=/fit-in/600x353/filters:strip_icc():format(jpeg):mode_rgb():quality(90)/discogs-images/R-1074631-1387329671-2480.jpeg.jpg veritably a wondrous variegated panoply of thankfully pompless derangements

massaman gai (front tea for two), Wednesday, 19 December 2018 11:48 (five months ago) Permalink

sth very AEOC abt the master qsh, too

massaman gai (front tea for two), Wednesday, 19 December 2018 12:46 (five months ago) Permalink

https://img.discogs.com/tkuJucfCBmeSa0IRghWeBl1bVIc=/fit-in/314x323/filters:strip_icc():format(jpeg):mode_rgb():quality(90)/discogs-images/R-972864-1179430179.jpeg.jpg ohohoho wrongfooting with the graphics there, Belgian scamps mollenhauer tootle ominously on recorders, melodica & organ sounding halfway between the clangers & some kinda meredith monk segue

massaman gai (front tea for two), Wednesday, 19 December 2018 13:48 (five months ago) Permalink

https://img.discogs.com/yU7fMpWnt6HGZyIJOZn8NWM6o-M=/fit-in/600x592/filters:strip_icc():format(jpeg):mode_rgb():quality(90)/discogs-images/R-1365955-1394234915-7666.jpeg.jpg henriksen does the expected scelsiesque shakahuchi hassellism, delbecq is plangent goth-guaraldi-at church. ably supported

massaman gai (front tea for two), Friday, 21 December 2018 14:06 (five months ago) Permalink

Pat Metheny - New Chautauqua
John Luther Adams & the Crossing - Canticles of the Holy Wind
Probably going to put on the Beths

Locked in silent monologue, in silent scream (Sund4r), Friday, 28 December 2018 15:31 (four months ago) Permalink

https://f4.bcbits.com/img/a0867058760_10.jpg love these guys - the nomeansno episode of "Glee" features bruno martelli staging a mario bava adaptation?

massaman gai (front tea for two), Sunday, 30 December 2018 09:56 (four months ago) Permalink

This was my end of year CD:

1. Ian William Craig - Some Absolute Means
2. Stuart A Staples - Memories of Love
3. Bill Seaman - The Epiphanies 1
4. Grouper - Blouse
5. Sophie Hutchings & Julia Kent - Earthbound
6. Alessio Ballerini - Before Flying
7. Emilie Levienaise-Farrouch - Redux
8. Thom Yorke - Susperium
9. S Carey - True North
10. Maarja Nuut & Ruum - Kuud Kuulama
11. Low -Dancing & Blood
12. The Sea & Cake - These Falling Arms
13. Johann Johannsson - Children of the New Dawn
14. Cedric Pin/Glen Johnson - It Was Not Meant To Be
15. Sin Fang/Soley/Orvar Smarson - Random Haiku Generator
16. The Breeders - All Nerve

... but I also had long phases of playing Red House Painters, 4AD stuff generally (I made 4 4AD compilations for the car) and Tindersticks.

djh, Sunday, 30 December 2018 20:27 (four months ago) Permalink

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