Friday, 21 July 2017

Radiohead ZX Spectrum program from OK Computer OKNOTOK 1997-2017

At the end of tape from Radiohead's OK Computer OKNOTOK 1997-2017 bonus material there is a ZX Spectrum program. Also, inside the code there's a hidden, black text on a black background: "'ve found the secret message syd lives hmmmm. We should get out more"

Wednesday, 19 July 2017

What? Who?

Monday, 17 July 2017


Sunday, 16 July 2017

David Bowie is The Man Who Fell To Earth (2017)

Monday, 10 July 2017

Normal service ASAP

Could be a while tho...

Wednesday, 5 July 2017

forest fr1ends

Grant Hart joined by Greg Norton, Dave Pirner, Lori Barbero, and more live

Keith Haring's NYE 1984 party filmed by Nelson Sullivan

Documentary on Haring's mural here in Melbourne

Meanwhile  as I am packing up my stuff for the B I G move I had to stop and look through this amazing book

Tuesday, 4 July 2017

Listen to a playlist of samples used by Madlib


A Day With Frank Zappa (VPRO 1971)

Directed by Roelof Kiers
For Marc 

Bob Weir: What's In My Bag?

The Original Peter (Mike Westbrook Review BBC 1970)

During the March to April 1970 sessions for Mike Westbrook's Love Songs, The Mike Westbrook Concert Band, The Welfare State, Original Peter and a whole host of other long-forgotten performers and speciality acts including the esoterically named likes of The Amazing Mas-Kar, The Edmund Campion Gymnasts and, erm, 'Cherokee Indian Joe The Great Leaping Bison' (we can probably safely assume that he wasn't) took part in an ambitious small screen extravaganza somewhere between a progressive rock concert and a down-at-heel carnival, which was captured by the Review cameras in all of its chaotic glory. The film was first broadcast on Saturday 25th April 1970

Monday, 3 July 2017

Mike Westbrook Mix

Overture : Citadel-Room 315
Let It Shine : Solid Gold Cadillac
Kyrie : The Cortège
Other World : Marching Song Vol 1
Conflict : Marching Song Vol 2
Part VIII : Metropolis
Windy City : Mama Chicago
Let The Slave : Bright As Fire
Finale : Citadel-Room 315
Let The Slave : Live Paris 1981
A selection of pieces from the first part of Mike Westbrook's career. Vocals by Phil Minton. A live audience recording of 'Let The Slave' from Paris in 1981 as a bonus at the end. Seeing the 1979 premiere of 'The Cortège' at Bracknell Jazz Festival remains a live gig highlight

The Cortège 1982 UK tour.
Film directed by Tony Staveacre and shown on the BBC
Part 1

Part 2


Pohjoinen Äänet Mix (Sounds from Sasu Ripatti)

1 Summer (Later In The Dark) (Delay Configuration 2) by Pub
2 Truly (Vladislav Delay Remix) by Rhythm & Sound
3 Restructure 2 (Digital Mystikz Rebuild) by Moritz Von Oswald Trio
4 Almodrama by Drama Society with Vladislav Delay
5 All Lies On Us by AGF+Delay
6 Tessio by Luomo
7 Serti by Uusitalo
8 Viite by Vladislav Delay
9 Killing The Water Bed by Vladislav Delay Quartet
10 Kukkuu by The Dolls
11 Hac (Alva Noto Remix) by Sistol

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Sunday, 2 July 2017

Public Enemy - Nothing Is Quick In The Desert (FREE DOWNLOAD)

After 30 years, 106 tours across 105 countries and countless records, THANK YOU! This one is on Public Enemy. Get it while it’s free
- Chuck D

The way it can be

Amplified Gesture

Directed and edited by Phil Hopkins, with interviews conducted by Nick Luscombe, Amplified Gesture (2009) takes us to the studios and workspaces of eleven leading improvisers across Europe and Japan – from legends like saxophonist Evan Parker to rising stars including Christian Fennesz. Their conversations teach us about improvisation as a practice and as a culture. “The aim was to pique the interest of the audience in the hope that they would wish to find out more,” says Hopkins. “I do think there are insights in this film which apply to anyone concerned or connected with other kinds of artistic endeavour. By focussing principally on the ideas and philosophies, I think we arrived at something quite ‘pure’.”
“There’s isn’t, to my knowledge, a comprehensive film on this subject, these musicians, the history of free improvisation as seen through the eyes and ears of its European practitioners,” says David Sylvian whose label made this film. “It’s a unique branch of the evolution of free jazz through to free improv, a story that’s not adequately been told on film. We attempt to touch upon the opening of the East to these influences and the significant impact artists such as Otomo Yoshihide and Toshimaru Nakamura have had upon the scene, and how that exchange broadens the conversation, contributing to an ongoing evolution of ideas.”
Keith Rowe and Eddie Prévost recall the birth of England’s groundbreaking ensemble AMM, while in Japan’s younger onkyo scene, practitioners such as Yoshihide, Nakamura, and Sachiko M describe their relationship with machines that defy mastery, like Nakamura’s no-input mixing board. Their discussions range from how they first began this practice – leaving behind old idioms and popular music in pursuit of the unknown – to the unending process of learning from their collaborators, their instruments, and the ever-changing circumstances in which they find themselves. As saxophonist John Butcher explains in the film, “It wasn’t an idiomatic choice you were making. It was a life choice, about how you wanted to approach life, and how you wanted to approach creativity, and how you wanted to approach music.”
Instrumental outtakes from Manafon provide the score, but the documentary eschews that project to focus on the musicians, and the almost fifty years of history and discovery that they represent.
Free improvisation is a field that is rarely documented and often misunderstood. This gorgeously-filmed and quietly intriguing documentary will lure in new listeners, while rewarding fans with new insights and rare glimpses into the hearts and minds of these musicians – the pioneers who commit to improv as a form, a challenge, and a lifelong journey

Saturday, 1 July 2017

T̶I̶M̶E The New Yorker

Tick Tock Tick Tock...




Peter Perrett: How the West Was Won (Review)

Punk's singular talent returns

How The West Was Won

An Epic Story

EX EYE - Xenolith; The Anvil

Debut album from EX EYE, the instrumental, post-everything quartet led by renowned saxophonist Colin Stetson and featuring the otherworldly drumming of Greg Fox. EX EYE seamlessly weave between precise, clockwork intricacy and aggressive, ecstatic abandon while taking the listener on a cathartic, thrilling journey to total transcendence. Recorded live at EX EYE member Shahzad Ismaily's Figure 8 Studios in Brooklyn, NY (Blonde Redhead, Damien Rice, Okkervil River, Son Lux, Pussy Riot), the self-titled debut showcases a band that is without question the sum of its parts, as each player contributes not only their own particular technical prowess and expertise but also their signature compositional character. EX EYE make incredibly complex yet beautifully dramatic and emotive music which eclipses usual expectation of style or genre and is sure to be talked about for many years to come
In my book Colin Stetson can do no wrong

Friday, 30 June 2017


Annie Lennox 'scouted' by US radio

America...this is fucking beserk

Cardinal Hell

Thursday, 29 June 2017

Automat - OST

Starts tonight: FUCK IT! we're having a group show (Collingwood Melbourne)

Hosted by Be Free
This exhibition is about good people, creative works and a great bar!
29 June - 12 July
29 June at 18:00 to 12 July at 16:00
Kent Street
201 Smith Street, Collingwood, Victoria, Australia 3065
Abyss 607
Amy Jean
Be Free
Drew Funk (Syd)
Erin Greer
Hollie M Kelley
Jimmy Lee
Nev Sety (Syd)
Lu Quade (Newcastle)
Minou (Bris)
Mouf (Bris)
Nicholas Millen
Ryan McGennisken
Shane McRobb
The Dunken Yobbo

Guest DJ - meander

Wednesday, 28 June 2017

The long road to justice: Hillsborough disaster timeline

Voice Mix

1 Louis Kappa by Voice
2 Gaprindi Shavo Mertskhalo by Hamlet Gonashvili
3 Improvisation by Maggie Nicols/Phil Minton
4 Sabodisho by The Rustavi Choir
5 Mayruli by The Tsinandali Choir
6 Alfred Scnittke's Concerto For Choir (1) by Swedish Radio Choir
7 Une Coup de Des by The Hilliard Ensemble/Barry Guy
8 The Men of Barra Know How To Drink But The Women Know How To Sing by Talisker/Voice


Tuesday, 27 June 2017

Monday, 26 June 2017

Ad Break (KFC Ghana)

Eid Mubarak

Theresa May & The Holy Grail

Sunday, 25 June 2017

Ad Break

Friday, 23 June 2017

'Terrorist Synthesiser'



Thursday, 22 June 2017

Kasper Opstrup: Invisible Insurrections and Radical Imaginaries in the UK Underground 1961-91 (2017)

Here we encounter a series of figures – including Alexander Trocchi, R. D. Laing, Joseph Berke, Brion Gysin, William Burroughs and Genesis P-Orridge – that blurred the lines between inner and outer, the invisible and the material. Four singular forms of speculative techniques for igniting an invisible insurrection with cultural means make up the central case studies: the sigma project, London Anti-University, Academy 23 and thee Temple ov Psychick Youth

Wednesday, 21 June 2017

Melbourne today feels like...


Alec Empire Lecture (Berlin 2017)


J.M. Berger

The Turner Legacy: The Storied Origins and Enduring Impact of White Nationalism’s Deadly Bible

London and the Clash of the Extremists


Permanent Sunshine

Writer: A.L. Kennedy
Performer: Scott Reid

Sunday, 18 June 2017

Putting the 'i' in austerity

Kraftwerk's Transport Rider

Black Cab - Empire States

Pre-post-Empire USA

Ian Curtis at work office party circa 1977


Saturday, 17 June 2017

Beauty In The Eye of The Red Dragonfly Mix

For Paul in Japan with love X
1 A Gentle Hand To Hold by Brock Van Wey
2 New Horizons by Netherworld
3 Sonorous [Variant Reduction] by Echospace
4 Drones & Viola (Part IV: Material In A Long Cadence) by Nico Muhly
5 Defined Horizons by Ian Hawgood & Wil Bolton
6 Erik Satie's Gnossienne No. 3 [Album Version] by Murcof X Vanessa Wagner
7 Waste Land 1 by Shinichi Atobe
8 A Piece of Forgotten Song Drifting Across the Water [Haad Rin Sunrise Mix] by Makyo
9 Chrystalline by Zonal
10 Beauty In The Breakage by Ian Hawgood

Georgina Brett - Grenfell Requiem

A piece originally written for a friend who's son was dying of cancer. Never published before, written in 2009. It's an appropriate piece to raise funds for the families affected by the Grenfell Tower fire. Please set your own price. All proceeds go to my neighbours and/or to work on campaigns and legal representation to instigate change in building regulations. This is the most appalling tragedy that was totally avoidable, a vanity project in order to make the Grenfell Tower more in keeping with the brand new Academy built around its' foot. The school should never have been there anyway. There was a much larger site in Kensal, where the Eurostar was housed before it terminated at Kings Cross, but the Council chose to squeeze it into what were football pitches and a car park in order for the school to be in the right area. How can you spend £10M on upgrading a 27 story tower bock and not add sprinklers? Massive disregard for safety as you probably know...I live on the estate in one of the 'finger blocks', the chickens foot as i liked to call it. now we have lost our will never be the same in this pocket of North Kensington. Please support me in supporting the victims and/or helping support the Lancaster West Residents Association. Any amount will be most welcome. Thank you. Love G

Nawa X Supersonic 2017

Four tracks from the artists appearing at Supersonic 2017 as part of the Nawa Recordings showcase, plus a few tracks from previous Nawa Recordings releases

Friday, 16 June 2017

Ladies And Gentlemen We Are Still Floating In Space

How ‘Ladies And Gentlemen We Are Floating In Space’ silenced the inane cocaine jabber of Britpop


Dawn Chorus Birdsong Mixtape (Joe Acheson)


Thursday, 15 June 2017

The Anglo-American democracy problem

Henry & Friends Mix

1 Judy Get Down by A More
2 Nirvana For Mice by Henry Cow
3 Would You Prefer Us To Lie? [unreleased] by The Orkestra (Henry Cow & Mike Westbrook Brass Band)
4 The Glove / Rapt In A Blanket [peel session] / Beautiful as The Moon Terrible As An Army With Banners / Europa / Morning Star by Henry Cow
5 The Charter by Lindsay Cooper & Phil Minton
6 Nine Funerals of The Citizen King by Henry Cow
7 Chicken by Peter Blegvad
8 Half The Sky by Henry Cow
9 Nirvana Again by Fred Frith
A brief look at Henry Cow and some of those who sailed in her...If anyone has copies of the Orckestra live boots from Paris/London and Milan, could you get in touch. 
Thank you

After The Deluge: Henry Cow's Unrest Revisited

Wednesday, 14 June 2017

Lee "Scratch" Perry imparts his wisdom on House Of Strombo

Algiers - Cleveland

R.I.P. Anita

Rising Eastern Legions Mix

Bahrainian ambient black metal mix featuring tracks from Omar 'Learza' A's Dhul-Qarnayn & Qafas projects. All instruments, vocals & programming by Learza

Tuesday, 13 June 2017

Christian Documentary Expose on Psychic TV / Current 93 / Coil -

Some excerpts from 'Hell's Bells - The Dangers Of Rock & Roll', the classic (& unintentionally hilarious) fundamentalist christian 'expose' of rock music as being an instrument of Satan (it's central thesis being that Aleister Crowley is behind it all). It was originally released in 1989

Monday, 12 June 2017

Healing For The Strong (Totally Devoted to Herceptin) Mixes

Mix #1

1 Do Nothing Until (A Quiet Sense of Truth Is Established) by AGF
2 A Moment's Peace by bvdub
3 Walkabout by Chris Carter
4 Microon 1 by Alva Noto and Ryuichi Sakamoto
5 Approaching Silence by David Sylvian
6 Microon 2 by Alva Noto and Ryuichi Sakamoto
7 Distant Village by Michael Brook
8 Lime Leaves by David Toop
9 Medicine [excerpt] by Throbbing Gristle
10 Such Is Life by Cosey Fanni Tutti
11 Alice by SunnO)))
12 Variations for the Healing of Arinushka (Arvo Pärt) by Murcof X Vanessa Wagner
13 Microon 3 by Alva Noto and Ryuichi Sakamoto
14 Ur Tchun Tan Tse Qi by Matmos
15 Welcome To The Machine [Remix] by Machine Eat Man

Mix #2

1 Respirator by Scuba
2 Magnetic City by Kode9
3 Process (Intro) by Silent Servant
4 Qawwali by Pinch
5 In The Void by Shackleton
6 Double Edge Dub by Springheel Jack
7 Spaß Rewind by Pole
8 Smokebelch II (Beatless Mix) by The Sabres of Paradise
9 Piece For An Ideal by The Durutti Column
10 Marquee Moon by Kronos Quartet
11 Boat Woman Song [Edit] by Holger Czuckay
12 Animal Waves by Can
13 Goriri by Tortoise
14 Concrete Desert by The Bug VS Earth
15 Fuck The Napkin by Magnetik North
16 Grand Hotel Tiblisi by Blixa Bargeld
17 Ascending by Taipan Tiger Girls

For my beautiful friend Bella XXX

Download both mixes
(Available until 19 June, 2017)

Sunday, 11 June 2017

Adam West's phone book listings in Ketchum ID


Saturday, 10 June 2017

Electric Sufi Mix

1 Fatha by Aissaoua Sufi Ceremony Marrakesh
2 Man of Wool by Dhafer Yousef
3 Falek by Sussan Deyhim
4 Electric Mawwal 1 by Rizan Said
5 Tir El 7ourna by A5tuna
6 Madad by Hanaa Ouassim (ft Turzi, Judah Warsky & DJ Gilb'R)
7 Douga Douga by El Mahdy Jr
8 Koullech by El 3ou
9 Nady El Cenima by Telepoetic
10 Red by Al Nather
11 You Have Killed Today's Man by Malafat
12 Repeat to Fade by Maurice Louca
13 Tayeh by Aqsa Alwasat
14 Ill Paz (Al Nathar Remix) by Malakom
15 Najwa by Malayeen
16 Prayer For Passive Resistance by El Iqaa
17 Road to Essaouira by Fawda Trio

Oneohtrix Point Never (ft. Iggy Pop) - The Pure and the Damned

India's Reggae Resistance: Defending Dissent Under Modi

Patterson Hood & Talib Kweli Discussing Music and Activism

Rhythms Of The World: Bombay And All That Jazz (BBC Arena 1992)

Renowned double violinist L.Shankar invites other jazz fusion greats including Don Cherry, Trilok Gurtu and Vikku Vinayakaram to perform at the Lakshminarayana World Music Festival in Bombay on New Years Day 1992. Also, featured in the films is Alice Coltrane, wife of John Coltrane

Friday, 9 June 2017

Sonic Traces: From the Arab World (Radio Edit)

Collected and mixed by the Norient collective – Thomas Burkhalter, Simon Grab and Michael Spahr.
Speakers: Joumana Seikaly, Hisham Awad, Rayya Badran
Voices recorded by Ziad Nawfal in the studios in Radio Lebanon 96.2FM, Beirut, Lebanon on February 25, 2013
With sounds, music and quotes from:
Ahmed Basiony (R.I.P.), Asmahan, Bao, Charbel Haber, Cheik Imam, El General, Electro-Jurjina, Filastine, Hassan Khan, Hassan Taha, Ibrahim Qashoush, John Kamel Farah, Kamiliya Jubran +Werner Hasler, Kareem Lofty, Koji, Les Djinns, Leyla Murad, Luigi Russolo, Machine eat man (Mohamed Ragab), Mahmoud Refat, Mahmoud Turkmani, Mazen Kerbaj, Morocco, Mustafa Ismaiel, Praed, Raed Yassin, Ramsi Lehner, Rana Eid, Sharif Sehnaoui, Simon Grab, Skander Guetaria + Khaled Waghleni, Tahal Fasny, Tarek Atoui, The Devil's Anvil, Thomas Burkhalter, Ulcerium feat. Cheb Lahbitry, Walid Gholmieh, Waslah in Dugah, Weeping Willow, Xardas, and others.
Tracklist, Liner Notes and more background information:

David Gilmour: Wider Horizons (BBC 2015)

Tripping: Ken Kesey/Merry Pranksters (Ch4 UK 1999)

Thursday, 8 June 2017

Fret - Lift Method

Fret (AKA Mick Harris) from forthcoming album 'Over Depth' out in October 2017

Paul: Wishing you a full and speedy recovery XXX

Friend for Hire

Haarp! The Herald

Debug Injector

Last week an unsolicitated parcel arrived from Paul in Japan containing his complete works as Akatombo.  I have been immeresed in his world since then...excellent sounds that tick all my boxes and makes me wonder how I missed hearing them for so long. 
Some background interviews from The Quietus here and here.
Do yourself the proverbial favour... 

PJ Harvey and Ramy Essam - The Camp

PJ Harvey and Egyptian recording artist Ramy Essam have come together to write and record ‘The Camp’ which they hope will raise awareness and much needed support towards the health and educational well-being of displaced children in the Bekaa Valley of Lebanon. The artists will donate all net profits from the track to Beyond Association in the Bekaa Valley, a national Lebanese non-Governmental Organisation. Beyond Association provides services such as access to education, healthcare, and psycho-social support mainly through art therapy, neuro-physiotherapy, and recreational activities.
‘The Camp’ - released digitally on Friday 9 June 2017 - was recorded in Bristol with Harvey’s longtime collaborator John Parish, who produced and mixed the track.
"It is hard to comprehend the scale of the crisis in Lebanon, a country of 4 million now hosting over 1 million Syrian refugees,” states photo-journalist Giles Duley whose arresting photographs feature in the official music video, edited by Rick Holbrook. “The infrastructure of the country is pushed to its limit, and nowhere is that situation more desperate than in the Bekaa Valley. However, there are some amazing organisations doing incredible, effective, and selfless work on the ground there, and of all the NGOs I have documented, none have impressed me more than Beyond. To visit their schools and witness their programs is to see hope - and that is something we have to support.”
The following is an excerpt from Ramy Essam's verse of The Camp, translated from Egyptian to English: "I wish I had wings to fly away, far away. Meet smiley faces who never ask where I came from; not to ask about colour, race, or religion. What difference does it make if we're all humans? No wars, no limits, no borders. Earth is everyone's right.”
Music Video Credits:
Video edited by Rick Holbrook
Photographs provided by Giles Duley
Studio footage provided by Ramy Essam
Sound Recording Credits:
PJ Harvey: Vocals, piano, shaker
Ramy Essam: Vocals, acoustic guitar
John Parish: Drums, bass, electric & acoustic guitars
Produced by John Parish
Recorded by Oliver Baldwin at J&J Studios, Bristol

How a turntable works


Black Cab: '明' Melbourne launch with Toshi Sakamoto (Howler August 18)

Here's a Taiko drum mix I put together that I shall be listening to on my journey up to Brunswick on the night

Wednesday, 7 June 2017

Are There More Like Me Mix

1 Odonna by Woob
2 Part X by Solarium
3 Lost In Glass by Bedouin Ascent
4 Steady State Music 5 by Wieland Samolak
5 Corsair by Boards of Canada
6 Urban Ritual by The Skull Defekts
7 Linoleum (Teargas & Plateglass Remix) by Tweaker (ft David Sylvian)
8 4 Note Bass (Peel Session) by 23 Skidoo
9 Manila Envelope by Eno (ft Robert Fripp)
10 From Hate To Smoke by El Mahdy Jr
11 Bad Cop by Akatombo

Tuesday, 6 June 2017

Alexander Hammid & Maya Deren: Private Life of a Cat (1947)

Bob Dylan: Nobel Lecture

Quadrant and its slide into deluded extremism


Monday, 5 June 2017

Sunday, 4 June 2017

Can a man who tried to murder a president be rehabilitated?

Oh Go Fuck Yourself, Ivanka Trump

Max Kisman

Who knew that if you turned Donald Duck upside down you get the other Donald?

Saturday, 3 June 2017

The Story of The Scars



Correction: This sh*t really DO stop


Friday, 2 June 2017


Earth to Trump: Fuck you!

African Spacewaves Mix

1 Musical Street Prophet by Unknown
2 Blinta Madiallo by Frances Bebey
3 Bodo by Mammane Sani Abdullaye
4 Tum'pi by Maajo
5 Control by Spoek Mathambo
6 Teleported by Okzharp & Manthe Ribane
7 Umeqo Emagqomini (Dub Mix) by Cruel Boyz
8 Ngunyuta Dance by BBC
9 Elegance Couture by DiezzD & Master P
10 Tech 9 by Owiny Sigoma Band
11 Mon Chanson by Faso Madol
12 Uganda Future 2 by Unknown

Thursday, 1 June 2017

The Loneliness of Donald Trump

David Rowe

Wednesday, 31 May 2017

Indigenous Resistance: We Enter/We Work/We Disappear Mix

A quick trawl thru IR's back catalogue with contributions from Adrian Sherwood, Dr Das & Asian Dub Foundation, Benjamin Zephaniah, Chuck D & Harry Allen (The Media Assassin) amongst others joining the Indigenous Resistance crew.
For Galdino Jesus dos Santos.
The resistance underground continues...

Tuesday, 30 May 2017

The Gift ft. Brian Eno - Love Without Violins (Live at Bush Hall)

UN #47 DeepChord Mix

Monday, 29 May 2017

Sunday, 28 May 2017

It's Time to Get Rid of Donald Trump

Saturday, 27 May 2017


Can we hear it back now?

Friday, 26 May 2017

For Spacey XXX

Gillian Anderson as Bowie in 'American Gods'

Denis Johnson R.I.P.

The Road to Detox

Thursday, 25 May 2017

Sorry Morrissey, but love and resistance are our best weapons against terror

Who’s the real cunt?

DeepChord - Deep Electronics Podcast # 100

Rod Modell (a.k.a. Deepchord) is a sound-designer with 25 years involvement in electronic music and over 50 releases under various aliases and styles. Beginning with more "industrial" and "ambient" forms of sonic experimentation (working with Kim Cascone and his -then- record-label Silent, and performing with notable industrial acts such as Chris & Cosey and SPK). While attending Art School for Photography, Rod lived in Detroit's Eastern-Market area, the location of the infamous "techno boulevard", and home to Derrick May, Juan Atkins and Kevin Saunderson during that time. Submersed in the blossoming Detroit Techno scene (early 1990's), a journey from a more experimental sound into Detroit's techno-world was inevitable. Modell co-founded the Deepchord record label in Detroit during the mid-90's. Deepchord respected and admired (fellow Detroiters) Underground Resistance for their D.I.Y. attitude and independence. It was because of this respect and admiration that Deepchord declined offers from top techno labels of the time, in favor of doing it by themselves. Many consider Deepchord to be the second wave of the "Basic Channel sound", and came years before the onslaught of imitators.
01. Tim Hecker - Arctic Lovers Rock Part 2
02. Sun Electric - Castor & Pollux
03. Pola - Jalousie
04. PGR - 13
05. Lustmord - ER UB US
06. Kit Clayton - Inapiseptili
07. Leandro Fresco - Principe De Viento
08. Cio D’or - Ur
09. Burger / Ink - Elvism
10. ADSR - Libre
11. Bandulu - Run Run
12. Ø - Ilta
13. Paavoharju - Vitivalkoinen
14. Patsy Cline - I Love You so Much it Hurts
15. Pentax - Ohne Titel 08
16. Angus Carlyle - Some Memories of Bamboo #11
17. Vangelis - Rachel’s Song Blade Runner Soundtrack
18. Sven Weisemann - Elapse
19. Muslimgauze - Shiva Hooka
20. Rod Modell - Unreleased / Untitled
21. Sven Weisemann - Elution
22. Sabi / Kiyo - Howling Out With Tight Neons
23. Reinhard Voigt - Untitled (From Premiere World)
24. Mr. Cloudy - OR1
25. Julien Neto - IV (Keats)
26. Kit Clayton - Kalu
27. Gas - Untitled
28. Rapoon - The Kirghiz Light
29. Vangelis - Love Theme Blade Runner Soundtrack
30. Vidna Obmana - Luxurious Fragment (in two parts)

The myth of the ‘lone wolf’ terrorist


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The Grateful Dead: A Guide to Their Essential Live Songs

Wednesday, 24 May 2017

Contrast & compare Trump's & Obama's notes left at Yad Vashem, Israel's Holocaust memorial museum


Chris Cornell by Bill Sienkiewicz.

Nothing Compares To You

Living Colour tribute to Chris Cornell

Perth Australia 19 May 2017



Nick Cave & Warren Ellis - War Machine


Tuesday, 23 May 2017



Knowing how many kids were going to be there...

...this is really fucking low!

Yesterday in Melbourne