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  • mindleviticus Hey dude, I just released that new project I was talking about a while back :]
    November 19 05:50 PM
  • mindleviticus Man I legit was getting real emotional listening to Cobras and Phases tonight, it's so beautiful
    November 12 11:24 PM
  • Trifolium Hi Animals! Do you perhaps have a rec for us for the Song Of The Day thread? The theme is ''the best rec you ever got through Sput''. Anything goes. Would be awesome!
    November 12 09:19 AM
  • unclereich
    November 9 11:03 PM
  • mindleviticus I checked out both Road Games and Hard Hat Area and the latter is easily my favorite holdsworth record now. I really liked road games too though. I can't say that I don't hate any of his albums though, despite favoring his instrumental stuff which is as close to perfect as you can get.
    October 19 04:44 AM
  • Trifolium Dude do you know Minilogue? Their album Blomma is amaaaaazing and nobody here seems to care about it. I think you could though, listen to that huge first track and fall in love.
    October 15 01:46 PM
  • Frippertronics most certainly, since andromeda heights and music is two of them
    October 7 10:17 PM
  • CambodiaCrafting yoooo AnimalsAsSummit, love the new stuff, "its all around you" keep it up
    October 7 06:27 PM
  • Frippertronics more prefab sprout reissues coming the 25th btw
    October 7 07:13 AM
  • JohnnyoftheWell Ah hell yes dude! Need to give it a rewatch sometime, such a strong atmosphere
    September 17 11:11 AM
  • Evok Be honest, is that 3776 album something I'd enjoy as well?
    September 16 05:10 PM
  • Evok but yeah, that new black barrel is pretty schnazzy innit
    September 14 05:20 AM
  • Get Low ScaleTheLeaders
    September 5 04:48 AM
  • Evok Peep GROUND'S Underside EP too
    September 3 04:23 PM
  • Evok Was waiting for that one!
    September 3 04:20 PM
  • GhandhiLion Hey you have Allan Holdsworth in your 5s nice! I was listening to Sand the other day, great stuff.
    August 23 11:38 PM
  • CaptainDooRight All sounds good, but then what, grow and die? Do you believe there?s more than this world, then this life?
    August 17 09:12 PM
  • Papa Universe You really are tempting my lack of understanding for what you do. I'll listen, fine.
    August 17 04:39 PM
  • CaptainDooRight Great stuff. What is it you are pursuing in life my friend? What is your ultimate goal in life?
    August 17 02:29 AM
  • foxblood check my new city pop list, you'll dig it
    August 15 06:59 PM
  • mindleviticus curious on your thoughts on allan holdsworth? I plowed through his discography a few times and I almost always return to his later work than his early stuff: Sixteen Men of Tain, Hard Hat Area, Secrets and WardenClyffe Tower are incredible; completely alien works of art. The early stuff is okay but not a huge fan of the vocals on a lot of the tracks.
    August 13 04:20 PM
  • mindleviticus Hey man sorry I forgot to get back to you. This is good s*** !!! I like the new direction a lot. Your work still is unlike any I've heard. Speaking of which I have a new prog album coming out sometime this year under a new project. I should have a list up soon about it and a new song
    August 11 04:26 PM
  • TVC15 I got the notification from bandcamp! Excited to jam
    August 11 04:01 AM
  • neekafat Oh s*** I didn't realize that was you, cool stuff dude!
    August 10 09:43 PM
  • neekafat I'll be sure to check it out man!! What did you mean by opio?
    August 10 06:12 AM
  • Lord(e)Po)))ts late reply but - i've been on a kick exhausting the discographies of all the old trip hop, acid jazz, art pop, neo psych etc bands that I've always loved for particular seminal albums and that was one of the ones that I over-looked. got stuck on dots and loops forever but cobra is just as good
    August 8 02:05 AM
  • TVC15 Oh yeah, I was put off a little by it at first but the use of the choir is so cool. Defender is my fav on it. Hope you like the whole thing
    August 1 04:51 AM
  • TVC15 I think you?d dig this if you haven?t heard it yet
    August 1 02:35 AM
  • theYearis1999 ****ing insane bro Track 3 might be song of the Year
    July 22 09:54 PM
  • theYearis1999 About to listen!
    July 22 02:28 PM
  • TVC15 Yknow what, I hear a fair bit of Sweet Trip in this. The reason you mentioned their EP to me wasn?t it?
    July 21 03:43 AM
  • TVC15 **** man just finished the first track and it?s a mind****. Great production too! What were your influences recording it? I?d love to hear breakcore/dnb like it.
    July 21 03:30 AM
  • TVC15 Will def keep in mind. You been making any music lately? I'm very sorry I haven't been keeping up, life has become really crazy since I started college but it's summer break so now I've got no excuses not to listen lol
    July 14 12:52 AM
  • TVC15 Honestly, looking at when I rated it, I hardly listened to electronic music at that time. I'm sure I'll appreciate it much more now if I relistened to it
    July 13 10:21 PM
  • Papa Universe i kinda like it. it's like no wave applied to noise punk
    July 12 11:10 PM
  • Papa Universe aight
    July 12 06:17 PM
  • Jasdevi087 i reckon some of the best tracks are at the end stretch, like Bleed and It Makes the Babies Want to Cry. I wish the vocals were mixed a little louder but that's really my only complaint tbh. I love that someone's really pushing the internet's fascination with the 80s/early 90s to it's limits
    June 12 01:23 AM
  • Jasdevi087 you'll get it eventually
    June 10 09:54 PM
  • Jasdevi087 wow more like 100% incorrect rating
    June 10 03:25 AM
  • DoofDoof also John Maus obvs
    June 6 04:19 PM
  • DoofDoof checking your Myles Oliver album now: this is your singing? reminds me a little of Mark Renner at times, music also sounds real good
    June 6 04:14 PM
  • Ninjahague hear new sachiel uwu?
    June 3 04:08 PM
  • CaptainDooRight cool stuff, really like tracks 4 and 6
    May 7 12:25 AM
  • mindleviticus will check at some point today
    May 1 12:58 PM
  • CaptainDooRight Cool will check!
    May 1 04:36 AM
  • mindleviticus the drums sound a bit overbearing in headphones not sure if that was the point
    April 16 04:28 PM
  • mindleviticus It's pretty solid man. a bit more subdued than your other stuff but still as warped and cryptic as I was expecting.
    April 16 04:27 PM
  • mindleviticus gonna give it a listen today
    April 13 06:53 PM
  • mindleviticus nice looks pretty great
    April 13 12:20 AM
  • mindleviticus just curious who does your album artwork?
    April 13 12:00 AM
  • Jasdevi087 nice Talk Talk nod with the cover
    April 12 08:15 PM
  • mindleviticus thanks man I'll check it out!! Mark hollis tribute sounds sick. I've got a new prog project coming out soon. I'll keep you posted.
    April 12 01:29 PM
  • Papa Universe alright fine okay ill listen. it does have sax and clavichord, so i expect quality
    April 12 01:17 PM
  • Jasdevi087 also how haven't you checked out George Clanton before?
    April 12 11:28 AM
  • Jasdevi087 yeah idk sometimes you've just gotta concede defeat to a record lol
    April 12 11:25 AM
  • DoofDoof Cheers dude, on hols right now but the sophisti pop/lounge tag means I will check soon as
    April 10 01:58 PM
  • CaptainDooRight Thanks boss how are you? Also please check my recent list, just released a new track, need your feedback please
    March 22 01:57 PM
  • TalonsOfFire Ouch that Distance Over Time rating haha
    March 4 04:45 PM
  • TalonsOfFire This is one that I love: /watch?v=icDr0XfVmuk
    March 4 04:44 PM
  • TalonsOfFire I get that, you might like their 2000s albums even more. They?re more ambitious and Talk Talk influenced, with King Crimson band members contributing too.
    March 4 04:42 PM
  • TalonsOfFire Cool, I'll listen soon. You ever jam this? /review/60201/No-Man-Speak/ It's a great side project of Steven Wilson with Tim Bowness, and this album in particular is reminiscent of Gone to Earth by David Sylvian imo
    February 28 06:16 PM
  • YakNips ah okay i've just been working on an album in that vein and was wondering if you wanted a feature, if not that's cool tho
    February 27 05:33 AM
  • Jasdevi087 I enjoy the textures on Confield (especially the percussion in the first song, it has a really interesting feeling on the ears). But idk Autechre have never really "grabbed" me, like I kind of get exhausted if i try to listen to them but then they're too distracting to have on in the background
    February 27 02:05 AM
  • YakNips hey man are you still making any rap/hip hop stuff?
    February 21 03:44 AM
  • theYearis1999 Dude this s*** rips it just keeps pounding. Loving it so far.
    February 18 04:14 PM
  • TalonsOfFire Yea I think I saw Seal mentioned in a review of yours actually, probably Prefab Sprout haha along with Sade. I listened to an album from each and really enjoyed them. I'll get to Seal II soon, and more Sade cause they're amazing too.
    February 9 01:27 AM
  • TalonsOfFire I've been listening to tons of Prefab Sprout lately, and sometimes it makes me think of Lightbulb Sun by Porcupine Tree, and the new Steven Wilson album To the Bone. You ever heard either of those? You might enjoy; I see you like In Absentia and Hand Cannot Erase in your ratings. The song "Nowhere Now" from To the Bone in particular sounds influenced by Paddy.
    February 9 01:15 AM
  • Supercoolguy64 brainiac was/is a great band, electro shock is like one of the few synth punk things to not go full blown screamers lol. i see you 4.5'd EP7 as well
    February 1 06:05 PM
  • Dmax28 Man thanks for that Psykosonik soundoff. I'm so glad I found that album. You are right. It's so damn off the chain. I can play that on repeat.
    January 19 06:18 AM
  • xxm Thanks for noticing!
    January 16 11:22 PM
  • CaptainDooRight thanks hass
    January 7 08:09 PM
  • MrSirLordGentleman Thanks!, I'm digging it. Great artwork btw!
    January 6 07:59 PM
  • DoofDoof You do know Simply Red were everywhere in the late '80s in England? The most mainstream act going, and my parents used to play them all the time, and as much as I appreciate them a little more now I can never totally embrace too much Hucknall. The debut is damn good for what it is though.
    January 2 02:22 PM
  • mindleviticus sweet i'll check it out soon!
    December 28 01:34 AM
  • SadSquad hey bro
    December 21 03:15 PM
  • TalonsOfFire Nice, I'll check it out soon
    December 20 04:27 PM
  • bgillesp Idk if I'll get to this one but I will try to check one of your solo ones before the end of the year
    December 18 03:01 AM
  • Jasdevi087 ayy bruv been awhile, just want you to know my lazy ass always catches up on your s*** during year end list season
    December 14 07:49 AM
  • TalonsOfFire You ever listened to Tears for Fears? Their album The Seeds of Love has a similar ambition and style that Prefab Sprout and mid 80s Talk Talk had, I bet you?d enjoy it a lot.
    December 12 04:47 PM
  • Evok Ill defs be checking that out bro!
    December 11 04:39 PM
  • Evok thanks bro!! got a new one in the works too
    December 11 03:34 PM
  • DoofDoof I need to catch up with your releases, cheers. Yeah, I was a bit on the fence with that album threatens to be really good! Never quite delivers
    December 10 07:33 PM
  • Evok that Black Barrel LP just keeps gettin better and better too
    December 8 06:12 PM
  • Frippertronics i trawl the megahertz lp/cd reissue coming in february
    December 4 05:03 AM
  • Evok That 5 on Molten Beats looks so right bb
    November 29 06:16 PM
  • DoofDoof Not entirely sure what to make of Gustavo Cerati's 'Bocanada' - sort of a latin/tropicalia tinged trip hop/alt rock album :/
    November 29 07:55 AM
  • Evok Cheers bud!
    November 22 04:51 PM
  • Evok Hey man, sounds like you've been a head for a while. Would it be too much to ask for input on a mix I put together?
    November 15 04:15 PM
  • DoofDoof Took me a while with the vocals, esp on Sweet Deceit, but I like them a lot now...I guess it is a slightly ropey Tom Waits impression with some Bowie in there but it just works as a match for me. The vox on the later albums are fine for me, they are reasonably close in tone to the singing of Paul Buchanan from the Blue Nile so that is more than ok
    November 13 07:44 AM
  • DoofDoof The albums are quite different, did expect you to prefer Sweet Deceit - I've got a second hand copy of the album between these two ordered, which a lot of people claim is their best so will have to see. Just exactly the band I wanted to find right now though I am maybe going overboard on dishing out two 5s :D
    November 12 07:53 AM
  • DoofDoof Both on Spotify so maybe Sweet Deceit.
    November 11 08:05 PM
  • DoofDoof Have you ever listened to The Bathers? Another Scottish sophisti-pop band a bit like The Blue Nile only they use more strings than synth. The early stuff the singer is more Tom Waits, later he mellows to something a lot more like Buchanan
    November 11 09:23 AM
  • mindleviticus wow i'm getting some real james ferraro vibes from this. very midi sounding at times but also very refined idm as well. really intriguing stuff man.
    October 30 02:10 AM
  • TalonsOfFire Language is their best imo, the title track is like one of my favorite songs of the decade. I can hear hear the difference in your new one for sure. I haven't heard Under Dark Blue Blanket in a while but I remember really digging it. I wasn't able to get into much else under the Millicent Waffles name I remember, I'll check out more Count to Altek.
    October 29 05:21 PM
  • TalonsOfFire Yea I dig your new one a lot, probably my favorite release of yours since the Millicent Waffles one Explosive Oranges reviewed a few years ago. Also too bad you weren't crazy about Clairvoyant after loving all the previous Contortionist albums. Did you find it too simplistic and boring compared to those? I thought it could've been more technical and compelling like Language, but I still really liked it.
    October 29 04:32 PM
  • TalonsOfFire I saw you and Fripp gushing over Prefab Sprout so I decided to check them out, and was not disappointed. Your new album sounds good - Norington Birds in particular has a nice development that I really like.
    October 28 04:45 PM
  • DDDeftoneDDD Simon Posford is a great electronic producer reponsible for projects like Shpongle and Hallucinogen.
    October 28 12:20 PM
  • DDDeftoneDDD Younger brother is a Simon posford's project. You should check Last days of Gravity for a pinkfloydish psych vibe
    October 28 12:18 PM
  • Frippertronics Also, I won't lie, the more digitally-processed sound of his keyboards really don't sit well with me. Give me Thousand Knives or B-2 any day, because the synth sounds on those albums are timeless.
    October 21 12:18 AM
  • Frippertronics On the other hand, if you do wish to "educate" the ~people~, we could always just hunker down and review our favorite Sakamoto records.
    October 20 11:26 PM
  • Frippertronics I personally don't enjoy a good deal of his work from that era specifically because it finds him chasing trends rather than innovating a la Bowie in the 80s. He didn't exactly have a decline per se, but his focus seemed a lot more on soundtrack work, which found him evolving as a composer whereas his solo albums of the time felt like he was merely paying the bills. There are some exceptions to the case, as with Esperanto, but I don't really go back to stuff like Neo Geo or Beauty too much.
    October 20 11:25 PM
  • Frippertronics bruh literally most of those ryuichi albums ain't even close to his best don't make me educate YOU :^)
    October 20 11:17 PM
  • Jasdevi087 I mean as far as instrumental choices go it's varied by definition, but when I was listening to it I felt the whole album had that same kinda soft/lush approach right the way through. I kept waiting for songs like Smoke-Scented Mycelium to pick up but they don't
    September 21 10:45 PM
  • Jasdevi087 It's a pretty album, i'd definitely listen to it again. Felt a little one-note though
    September 20 10:44 PM
  • CaptainDooRight jam my new album!!,
    September 11 10:24 PM
  • foxblood I like sun glow but it does stand out, only track I'm not that into is the closer. The rest of the album has Michael Jackson levels of divine pop essence and that's saying a lot.
    September 11 04:42 PM
  • foxblood Say Goodbye is amazing
    September 10 09:30 AM
  • foxblood I fixed the art on Hiroshi Satoh - This Boy
    September 9 06:52 PM
  • Chambered79 Yo that album is nice
    August 1 09:50 AM
  • GhandhiLion Is Slugdge a riff salad fest?
    July 27 12:29 PM
  • mindleviticus that project under your name (?) is so good dude
    July 26 02:58 AM
  • mindleviticus Sick i'll check it out soon. New ep is out btw :]
    July 25 12:46 AM
  • mindleviticus yeah and dude your projects are ****ing amazing in general! it's obvious that you put a lot of effort and care in your craft and it shows and sounds like nothing i've ever heard before. not every release is gonna be a banger but that's just life, just keep doing what you want to do
    July 24 12:59 PM
  • mindleviticus np dude don't feel down about mixed appeal btw, that's how you grow as a producer,musician etc. :] I get criticisms all the time
    July 24 01:42 AM
  • TVC15 Ooh nice you bumped your Xanopticon rating just noticed that
    July 24 12:25 AM
  • TVC15 Oh shiiit. Just downloaded and gonna jam
    July 23 11:49 PM
  • temptationFruit Very engaging release, your newest EP. This one has stuck with me more than a lot of your stuff has recently... might do a review for it
    July 23 08:41 PM
  • DoofDoof Trying out 'Perhaps' and it reminds me of 'Lodger' an awful lot, quite like it, maybe a 3.5...which means I need to revisit 'Sulk' too. Still prefer 'Fourth Drawer' but this is good.
    July 23 09:40 AM
  • mindleviticus New ep out this week too :
    July 22 05:52 PM
  • mindleviticus cool ep man! i enjoyed it for the most part; don't know if I'll come back to it soon but all your stuff has a very unique fourth world sound to it that's super engaging
    July 22 05:44 PM
  • theYearis1999 Nice EP! I am still surprised at how good it is. Need to do a relisten soon. Well done.
    July 22 05:02 AM
  • DoofDoof I'll put it on the wishlist, I really really dig 'Fourth Drawer'...but I'm a bit 50/50 about 'Sulk', I like it but not much beyond that.
    July 21 08:06 PM
  • temptationFruit Ok dude, will definitely get to it sometime this week
    July 21 06:59 PM
  • Papa Universe aight. July 21st 2019, remind me to vote.
    July 21 06:57 PM
  • Papa Universe is a year-long waiting period okay?
    July 21 06:53 PM
  • Papa Universe ugh. fine. alright. but you gotta slow down with the album making, I still want to listen to other people's music too.
    July 21 06:49 PM
  • mindleviticus i saw that i'll check that out later when im at home
    July 20 02:43 PM
  • mindleviticus Also I appreciate the new shoutout on my specialty a lot. That album was made at a really tough time in my life so I'm glad someone was able to recognize it. TWEOTBC was written during a time when I just wanted to replicate my influences and you can tell for the most part that's what I did.
    July 20 12:21 PM
  • Frippertronics holy lmao at those LH ratings (aside from Quarantine)
    July 20 08:49 AM
  • mindleviticus thanks man! really appreciate it. =D
    July 19 08:55 PM
  • mindleviticus did you hear my newest album from late 2017?
    July 7 11:35 PM
  • DoofusWainwright I will keep returning to the album, I don't actively dislike the vocals so they might grow on me some more.
    July 4 07:01 AM
  • DoofusWainwright Also, I'm also not sure it has as enough variety, but that might just be me being unfamiliar with the album. On this third listen it's still all blending for me a bit too much.
    July 3 06:57 AM
  • DoofusWainwright It's a big thing because for Microdisney, The Blue Nile and Prefab Sprout the vocals are actually my favourite feature of their respective styles.
    July 3 06:49 AM
  • DoofusWainwright Listening again now and the music and melodies themselves definitely warrant higher than a 3. I know what didn't impress me too much before - the vocals - and they're still a bit too weak for me to award it over a 4/5.
    July 3 06:44 AM
  • CaptainDooRight sounds pretty cool bro!
    July 2 11:29 PM
  • J() Alexander Hey, nice to see you liked "mu" (and the Helikopter-Streichquartett). The second part is great by the way, but it isn't as good as the first one.
    July 2 03:40 PM
  • osmark86 that's usually how it goes for me as well. haven't done anything since march, but I feel some inspiration coming along. might focus a little bit more on synthesis this time around and harsher sounds.
    July 2 09:56 AM
  • mindleviticus nice man! do what you gotta do. I think I'm gonna start a new project and put the new metal album in that project instead because lumping it in with my hyacinth stuff seems like a poor decision
    June 27 05:21 PM
  • mindleviticus your new album is sick btw
    June 26 05:06 PM
  • osmark86 btw, it'd be fun to collaborate sometime if you're up for it
    June 18 08:39 AM
  • osmark86 cheers. I think you'd like my other album Apex Predator more actually. it's more upbeat overall with a more techno-ish vibe overall. check it out if you will :)
    June 18 08:38 AM
  • DoofusWainwright Thanks, will give it a try. Excellent Perry Blake ratings btw
    June 15 06:42 AM
  • Deathconscious YeH
    June 10 03:31 AM
  • mindleviticus oh okay, it's just i'm worried that going from an IDM to a more extreme metal sound will be hard to get people on board. BTW checking out your album, very solid stuff so far, i'll let you know more soon
    June 8 09:56 PM
  • mindleviticus dope dude, how do you promote your material btw? i always have a hard time getting people to listen to my stuff :[
    June 8 08:26 PM
  • osmark86 anytime mate. just good to hear what other sputters are doing in terms of electronic experimentation. did you have a listen to any of my junz?
    June 8 10:19 AM
  • IcelandRevel animalsASSummit teehee
    June 8 03:13 AM
  • osmark86 gotta add that I also think you have some nice syncopation to the rythmic elements that keep the groove complex and interesting. glad you went wild and avoided the regular 4/4 structure in some of your arrangements. I don't know if it was intentional but the 808 bass in Design sounds slightly off key, either way it kind of works to its advantage oddly enough ^^. very cool album.
    June 7 02:53 PM
  • osmark86 well done mate. some really wild sonic landscapes and interesting progressions. some tasty use of arpeggiated basslines over airy samples and synths. very much up my alley! really like the production as well, think you captured a slightly lofi/burning vinyl sound that I much appreciate in electronic music. makes it sound more organic and less perfect.
    June 7 02:45 PM
  • osmark86 I'm on it!
    June 7 01:54 PM
  • foxblood I definitely will when I can dude, for sure. I've been pretty busy
    June 5 08:49 PM
  • osmark86 for more ambient vibes -
    June 4 01:14 PM
  • osmark86 good to see a fellow producer on here mate ^^. looking forward to your album, Aspire was p sweet. think you'd dig my stuff too mate:
    June 4 12:35 PM
  • TVC15 Me neither! The schizophrenic riffs kick ass but the synths really make the album, how they can act as atmosphere or even act as their own riffs. They?re used like synths in symphonic bm and it?s so interesting. That and the dope concept
    June 4 04:47 AM
  • TVC15 Ooooh dope 4.5. Album?s insane
    June 4 12:48 AM
  • TVC15 Think you?d really like Xanopticon?s album Liminal Space. Glitchy and atmospheric breakcore
    April 26 04:24 AM
  • 50iL Hey dude! Wanted to just stop by and say I think you?re one of the top jazz users on here rn, fr. As such, I wanted to rec you Lee Morgan: probably the trumpet player with mist feel I?ve ever heard. Specially check out Search for the New Land :)
    April 23 03:31 AM
  • foxblood you rate some of the coolest stuff dude
    April 18 06:39 PM
  • mindleviticus lol those aren't my real ratings..those are on rym.. but cobras and phases is certainly a 4.5-5 range
    April 14 08:50 PM
  • TVC15 Dyou have an RYM account?
    April 14 07:33 PM
  • mindleviticus keeping making me proud boi :']
    April 11 04:21 PM
  • mindleviticus Count to Altek is dope af man keep up the good work
    April 10 06:20 PM
  • dctarga Nice Underworld ratings!
    April 7 08:37 PM
  • TVC15 I?d still very much like it if you can still be able to whip up some drum tracks :)
    March 28 02:37 PM
  • Jasdevi087 mate you can't just go in and rip The Knife like that jesus just flip your ratings with me why don't you
    March 28 02:30 AM
  • TVC15 Me too... Dunno it really grew off me, but it's also been a very long time now since I last listened to it so that may very well change. Also, now that I'm on spring break, I'll try my best to give your latest project a listen! Also, it's cool if you are no longer able to provide me with drum tracks for that bm demo I asked of you several months ago lol, maybe I can find someone else if you can't or just release it as it is cos it's just a s***ty one off by me
    March 28 01:51 AM
  • CaptainDooRight gracias mi amigo ))
    March 27 07:33 PM
  • Jasdevi087 lol **** at least one of us appreciates the Gary Numan album
    March 27 07:48 AM
  • CaptainDooRight thanks pras!
    March 26 06:55 AM
  • Drifter Tbh I don't even know what drum n bass is lol. I'll definitely check it though, I kind of have to haha. Also, I did a little write up on Words and Sounds Vol 1 if you're interested:
    March 24 03:36 AM
  • osmark86 after you've jammed the captain's new junz, have a go at mine. think you'd dig:
    March 23 03:44 PM
  • Drifter That's awesome. I forgot to rate those two soundtracks after I had reset my ratings and filled everything back in, definitely deserves a high score. What's the A Guy Called Gerald album like?
    March 23 04:44 AM
  • Drifter This Jill Scott album just gets better and better. Already has multiple of my favorite rnb songs like A Long Walk, He Loves Me, and The Way. Need another listen to decide my rating but it's feeling high.
    March 23 04:26 AM
  • TalonsOfFire I'm gonna jam some of the ambient electronic music you've reviewed recently, you cover cool stuff even crazy deathgrind haha. You ever jam The Future Sound of London's albums? You have the Cascade single rated but nothing else, and you'd love their full-lengths I'd think
    March 22 02:21 AM
  • CaptainDooRight jam my new album bro, check the second track hard but all:
    March 19 05:51 PM
  • CaptainDooRight all my life and mercy holds are sick trackS as well as the two closing tracks, love the guest vox
    March 19 02:12 PM
  • CaptainDooRight hahahahaha agreed
    March 17 03:58 PM
  • CaptainDooRight actually never mind that Rolo album is weak
    March 15 04:51 PM
  • CaptainDooRight also I?m curious what you think about the new Rolo Tomassi album
    March 15 05:11 AM
  • CaptainDooRight cool thanks will def check!
    March 15 04:27 AM
  • CaptainDooRight I?ve never heard of Wrust. What album would you recommend? And dude your new release rules hard! Might be my favorite so far!!!!!!!!
    March 15 04:13 AM
  • CaptainDooRight check this song too:
    March 8 10:02 PM
  • CaptainDooRight sorry that link didn't work, try this instead:
    March 8 10:01 PM
  • CaptainDooRight Cool will def check! Check my old song start finish let me know what you think
    March 8 07:24 AM
  • Dedes Hm, never jammed any new wave. Should be interesting!
    February 25 11:45 PM
  • TalonsOfFire Nice, I'm liking this one a lot too. First two tracks are probably my favorites, some of the middle ones are neat but very weird, and I really like Sophia Maria and Hiding in Belgium. You sure are prolific, I remember Under a Dark Blue Blanket a couple years back and it seems like you've made 30 albums since then haha
    February 25 03:06 PM
  • Dedes Yeah dude! Ill check it soon for sure, what is it exactly?
    February 25 06:32 AM
  • TalonsOfFire Path Kethona and She Will Fly. I tried listening to the one that got that 1.5 review on here but it wasn't for me haha, sounded like the crazy stuff my friends and I recorded in high school when we wanted to make the craziest music we could
    February 24 09:27 PM
  • TalonsOfFire Your two newest Millicent Waffles albums are pretty challenging, but I like them. I hear some free jazz and Kayo Dot in there. I've also wondered where your av comes from? It looks like some kind of ghost or creature from a Miyazaki film
    February 24 04:18 PM
  • DoofusWainwright Damn you are prolific!
    February 23 09:33 PM
  • foxblood your You Can't Hide Your Love Forever review is nice, you have great taste
    February 12 09:53 PM
  • Frippertronics missing the lions in my garden single on your ranking T B H
    February 7 04:35 PM
  • DoofusWainwright Basically it might take me 10 years to know what is definitively my favourite Cathal Coughlan release - for now I have Crooked Mile and The Skys Awful Blue on 5/5 ratings and the rest not far behind.
    February 7 03:00 PM
  • DoofusWainwright If you like 'The Clock Comes Down the Stairs' then you can't go wrong - all their early albums are about even for me, including 'South African Bastards' - that's essential too. Cncerning Coughlan's career - I only really know 'Viva Dead Ponies' well by Fatima Mansions and some of the early singles ('Blues for Ceausescu' is a classic). His solo stuff I really like but that's more in the Nick Cave/chamber pop sort of mode, not sure it would be your thing.
    February 7 02:57 PM
  • ExecutiveExecuterexe check this out: Gangrenectomy - Abhorrent Necrotic Harvester of Dismembered Human Flesh
    January 29 04:01 PM
  • slomo
    January 16 03:37 AM
  • ExecutiveExecuterexe Check this out, Nuclear Vomit - Obora Here's one of the songs off the album:
    January 14 06:04 AM
  • TVC15 You should check out Red Harvest's album HyBreed. As described by a friend: Neurosis in space with Killing Joke influences
    January 10 05:45 AM
  • ExecutiveExecuterexe if you want, check out my bandcamp collection/wishlist, there's tons of slam/brutal death metal in there...
    January 8 03:35 AM

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