himog wrote:....okay, having seemlingly killed this thread with my previous post, thought I'd try to make ammends
nah, don't blame yourself.. it's the middle of summer. with the most sunshine ever seen for approximately 4 years. one of the hottest recorded, since the drought of 1976. i suspect most people are out there enjoying it. hope you have been too.
Giving it a good couple of weeks to go through the discs, but so far it's a nice collection. There's usually something interesting going on on-stage, although it does feel like looking through a window. Lots of live mantra stuff that never got to cd.
SpeedyJ @ The Sub Club 13/08/10 Shed - The Traveller bvdub - 2 hours and 20 years (headphone commute mix) BJ Neilsen - The Invisible City Loscil - Endless Falls Anodyne - Remixes EP (there's a cracking remix on this by a bunch of punters called The Black Cat or somesuch)
On a bit of a Regis thing at the moment going through the old cd's - Regis/Penetration/delivered into the Hands of Indifference again. BMB Ancient Methods & their EP with Adam X Forward Strategy Group Surgeon's Fabric CD (got the promo with the electronic voiceover), need to grab the official release as soon as it's released, it's ace! Macc & DgoHn on Rephlex ASC album on Non Plus Polska album on Subtle Audio Shed - The Traveller
"Arcane science of temporal exploration, Known to noone of his kind! Immortality through artificial transformation, To rule a world that soon will die."
Excerpt from The Chronomancer I: Hubris
The whole album is a modern take on classic 70's metal/hard rock that sounds like a mix between Pink Floyd and Black Sabbath, but instead of making an album right off the bat, they decided to roll a joint and invite J. R. R. Tolken and Arthur C. Clark over to join them in their musical adventure. I've probably listened to it at least 30 times since I grabbed a torrent a couple weeks ago an bought the album today after it came out on Tuesday. In fact, I think I am going to go listen to it again, that is if I don't go deaf in the process.
Dang Youtube and its inferior play quality; the sonic ecstasy of the full quality recording is almost indescribable. Oh, and they are releasing it in vinyl