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    New Phaeleh album came out this week, probably my most anticipated dubstep release of the year. If there's one artist right now that proves dubstep's popularity isn't just about nasty basslines, it's him.

    You can listen to the whole thing here (but in low quality, these deserve to be heard at 320):
    http://www.chemical-records.co.uk/sc...ack=AFTRCD1001
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    really digging the new swans



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    Remastered and on vinyl. I hope they decide to do the same with "Songs of Love & Lust"

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    New PJ Harvey!!! Coming early 2011
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    This sounds promising, as I always grapple with the same question.



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    My friend Mara's album Floreat (used to go under another name) is finally coming out after many years of her struggling to pry it out of the cold dead hands of EMI and it's rather beautiful. And she is too, inside and out, so many reasons to buy. Please do, she deserves all the love/money you can give...


    http://www.myspace.com/maracarlyle/blog/543451426

    Here's a video I made for her a loooong time ago to one of the tracks, back when it was supposed to be released

    http://maracarlyle.com/
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    wow, there are a few things I'm looking forward to.

    Looking forward to the new Rick Owens Book
    Looking forward to some/things 005 - because they'll deliver all 5 issues with it - yum.
    Looking forward to Negarestani's new work the Mortiloquist

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    I also read in AnOther magazien that Sarah Moon's 12345 will be reprinted by Thames and Hudson
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    Oct 25:

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    ἓν οἶδα ὅτι οὐδὲν οἶδα

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    Calyx & TeeBee will release All Or Nothing on November 5th

    For those of you into drum & bass, this is going to be heavy.

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    "“What my music is about in general — and this album is no different — has to do with the relationship that we each have with the universe at large and how we use our intuition to listen to what it is telling us.”

    It came to him in a dream. What guitarist and composer Kurt Rosenwinkel describes as an “understanding” of profound proportion, manifested as Star of Jupiter; the title of his tenth album as a leader, to be released November 6th on Wommusic. Not a literal entity but rather a philosophy, as it was revealed to him, “The ‘Star of Jupiter’ was given to me as a key to transcend the cycles of form, illusion and fear which exist on this earthly plane of existence. The dream was powerful and continued into real life. It became a tangible force in the making of this album.” A celestial collection of entirely original compositions, all but one previously unrecorded, Star of Jupiter transports listeners on a journey toward discovery, truth and ultimately peace.

    Rosenwinkel’s brilliant use of space is paired with deeply affective melodies and sensual grooves that evolve slowly and steadily; a quality in the music Rosenwinkel fully identifies with and whole-heartedly embraces. “Being able to vamp on a simple progression for a long time…” he says, “I’ve never had a band that really wanted to do that and I really love the fact that that’s something we do… immerse into and experience that warmth of the groove. It’s something that we discovered as a band and definitely wanted to include on the record. That soulful groove feeling… it’s a quality the band naturally finds and brings out in the music, which makes me very happy because I feel it’s a true expression of who I am as an artist and a person; to be meditating on sensuality and transcendence even while things can be complex and intellectually demanding under the hood, ‘Under it All.’”"

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    The new Jozef van Wissem & Jim Jarmusch album, The Mystery of Heaven is now available to pre-order through the Sacred Bones website, including a limited edition hand screened version.

    The album features a track with Tilda Swinton and a cover photo taken by me.

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    This thread is due for a little revival!

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    You punks, I wanna see some updates in here. Go back to kopping geobaskets later.

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    This just came in the mail (release was on September 9th), still gotta listen to it though:


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    Botany's new album dropped. Spencer's a solid guy - chatted with him quite a few times. It features Milo, Matthewdavid (owner of Leaving Records - a Brainfeeder imprint) and RYAT. It's a mix of hip-hop and psychedelia without ever settling in to one or the other. I feel it's exotic.



    Link to buy: http://westernvinyl.com/shop/wv140

    Francisco López's "La Selva" also got a limited edition vinyl re-issue recently. It's the Costa Rican jungle engraved in wax.



    Link to buy: http://www.forcedexposure.com/Catalo.../SR.346LP.html

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    Nice with Lopez and I am as surprised to see him mentioned as I was with the Windy & Carl reference. I bought his Untitled #284 a few weeks ago actually.

    La Selva is a classic.

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