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rorystorm
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Post 21 Apr 2023

plaamook wrote:
18 Apr 2023
rorystorm wrote:
18 Mar 2023
very late at night, and it's quite cold so I'm listening to the Dirty Three, amazing 90s Australian trio - violin, guitar and drums.
Yeah dirty three are great.
I forgot about them
Yeh fantastic band. Seen them live a couple of times back in the day, some of the best shows I've been to. The guitarist and drummer played on Catpower's Moon Pix which is also a really really good record.

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Post 27 Apr 2023

Tend the flame

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Post 29 Apr 2023




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Post 03 May 2023

Brian Eno's Here Come The Warm Jets. Amazing record, every time I listen to it I'm a bit overwhelmed afterwards.

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Post 03 May 2023

jappe wrote:
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Marc's jams...
This is by far the best collab track he ever did :thumbup:

Tend the flame

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Post 03 May 2023

Aosta wrote:
03 May 2023
jappe wrote:
29 Apr 2023
Marc's jams...
This is by far the best collab track he ever did :thumbup:

Extremely good.
Being in the zone is amazing. Two collaborators being in the same zone is a miracle.
I'd like to understand what happens in the brain when ppl can nail things like this.

I didn't even use to listen to things like this, but couldn't resist Harry Mack when I first saw his performance on Youtube, and now it's growing on me.

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Post 05 May 2023


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miyaru
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Post 12 May 2023

Added songs to an already legendary album!

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Post 16 May 2023

Roisin Murphys Crooked Machine. Amazing, housey disco done exactly right

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miyaru
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Post 18 May 2023

Greetings from Miyaru.
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Post 19 May 2023

rorystorm wrote:
03 May 2023
Brian Eno's Here Come The Warm Jets. Amazing record, every time I listen to it I'm a bit overwhelmed afterwards.
That and Taking Tiger Mountain are my favourite Enos by a mile. So great

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Post 19 May 2023

Been really getting into this performance by Wand, such a monster sound


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Post 19 May 2023

dvdrtldg wrote:
19 May 2023
rorystorm wrote:
03 May 2023
Brian Eno's Here Come The Warm Jets. Amazing record, every time I listen to it I'm a bit overwhelmed afterwards.
That and Taking Tiger Mountain are my favourite Enos by a mile. So great
all of Eno's 70's and early 80s records I love to pieces, art rock and ambient. My Life In The Bush Of Ghosts - incredible record, still sounds amazing what, like 40 years later.

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Post 19 May 2023

This won't be to everyone's tastes, although personally I love it - an ep by an artist from my old hometown of Dunedin, from the late 90s. It was actually one of the reasons why I moved there, I liked it so much I thought it would be great to move to somewhere where that was what was being produced. Anyway, it's very minimal - just a few multitracked vocals and very simple guitar or casiotone samples - and overwhelmingly beautiful.


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Post 19 May 2023

and if you like that, and want to hear more lofi home recording from the actual arse end of the world and the last city before civilization basically stops, then this:


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Post 20 May 2023

hello,

@rorystorm:

here is 'roisin murphy' concert / film



thank you for another great band

cheers and eat well,

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Post 20 May 2023

littlejam wrote:
20 May 2023
hello,

@rorystorm:

here is 'roisin murphy' concert / film



thank you for another great band

cheers and eat well,

j
:thumbs_up: :thumbs_up: :thumbs_up:

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Post 20 May 2023


rorystorm
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Post 20 May 2023

littlejam wrote:
20 May 2023
hello,

@rorystorm:

here is 'roisin murphy' concert / film



thank you for another great band

cheers and eat well,

j
If you like that you might like Sault, if you haven't come across them.



Darker, and quite political, but really interesting. Amazing production.

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Post 22 May 2023

Right now I am sat in my back garden, drinking a cider and listening to def Leppard who are playing at a football stadium up the road from me.

I am not a rock fan and know none of the songs but am enjoying it and tapping my feet especially enjoying the drumming.

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Post 23 May 2023

This is a song from 1974 from a Dutch project band. It is for shure a real glamrock song. The bassplayer here, Jan Hendriks, joint later on in the decade a group called Doe Maar, and he played guitar there.Doe Maar was a very succesfull band in the Netherlands

I like the Pantherman song as long as I know it from 1974 on to now. It is funny in a way, but it has a doom sound too, which makes it interesting…….

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Post 24 May 2023

Had to sit next to two very annoying people on the bus coming home tonight so played the Bug really loudly on my headphones to piss them off back. Kinda hurt my ears but worth it.

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Post 24 May 2023

rorystorm wrote:
24 May 2023
Had to sit next to two very annoying people on the bus coming home tonight so played the Bug really loudly on my headphones to piss them off back. Kinda hurt my ears but worth it.
I was once on a bus and this girl sat down next to me, she was a student with tons of bags and she just kind of dumped half of them into the narrow space between the seats, invading my space & squeezing me up against the window. No apology, no acknowledgement of my presence. Then she started elaborately playing with her hair, it was long and she was taking big clumps of it, stretching it out & combing through it to get rid of bits of fluff or whatever. The only weapon I had was the music I was listening to (on headphones), which was the Hard Core Devo collection. So I cranked it way up and the reaction was immediate, she started sighing and frowning and giving me death stares which I could see out of the corner of my eye. Eventually, victory!! she gathered up her bags and flounced over to another seat

This is the track that broke her


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Superology
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Post 25 May 2023

Thanks god, not to ambient like so many ambient losers out there. ;-)

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