Death From Above 1979 - “Little Girl”

Now that the duo has gotten back together 10 years later, I figger it’s time for me to finally pay attention to their original LP. I’m perverse like that.

A misshapen bastard child of black metal, industrial and drone musicks, the Mamaleek shuffles ever onward, alarming us with its distorted ravings, yet oblivious to our puzzled looks of concern…

Planning for Burial returned with a new album this summer and I didn’t even notice. For shame.

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Visual Echoes by Derek Rogers

Derek Rogers never stops. This album came out in September; he’s probably already released five more or something. However, the quality of his droneambient experiments remains consistently high.

bandcamphunter:

Derek Rogers never stops. This album came out in September; he’s probably already released five more or something. However, the quality of his droneambient experiments remains consistently high.

Richard Adams from Hood teams up with Australian Jason Sweeney to make sprawling intercontinental ambient pop melancholia.

Reference points: Durutti Column, late era Talk Talk, Souvlaki Space Station, Neon Golden, etc.

Bob Dylan - “Knocking on Heaven’s Door” (Pat Garrett and Bill the Kid OST, 1973)

This song is so easy to play even I was able to figure it out (now that I know a few chords). Trying to get my daughter to learn it too. She resisted until I showed her that Avril Lavigne did a version. But I overheard her singing it to herself this morning, so it looks like the earworm has taken hold!

PS I Love You - “CBEZ”

Another one that my boy loves. I’m a little surprised given the thick distortion on the vocals, usually he likes it cleaner.

Holograms - “Orpheo”

This is the age of running your mouth.

Another garage fuzz duo that my son digs. Caught him signing this to himself the other day.

Part Chimp - “Bring Back The Sound’

White light, white heat.