Kim’s is moving from it’s St. Mark’s location down the street early next year. Early December saw a thirty percent off everything thing.
Los Angeles is flippin’ great. Universal appeal. Flying Lotus is also the dude who does/did a lot of the bumper music for Cartoon Network. The last album I can think of with that kind of spread was Endtroducing.
Oxbow continues to confuse me.
Christian Fennesz‘s Black Sea is a warm blanket.
“Blind” is the track Antony was born to sing; it’s also the only song worth our time from this batch.
Windsor for the Derby lost the name game but this early LP is a nice jaunt through a (high quality) indie basement recording ethos as we fondly remember it from the late 90s.
The split between Om and Current 93 sounds exactly like a split between Om and Current 93.
I think I finally appreciate what Earth has been doing since just about forever.
Discordance Axis dump compilation Original Sound Version 1992–1995 is 69 (low quality) tracks of some crazy stuff.
“And we tried so hard / And we looked so good” – you’ve all heard Darklands.
Qua is absolutely worth your time and listening-abilities no matter what you dig.