Behind on the 2020 Playlist , but I hope that doesn't discourage anyone from checking out some newest inclusions. _________________________________________ t ētēma : "Wait Till Mornin'" (via Speakeasy PR / Ipecac Recordings / YouTube) Album Preorder https://blixtmerchandise.shop/ipecac-music-store It's rare that a Mike Patton project is going to evade my curiosity as I've been a fan of his myriad projects since Faith No More 's Angel Dust and Mr. Bungle 's s/t debut remade my impressionable teenage brain. That said, some projects have been better than others obviously and the couple of singles I've heard now from this tētēma (Patton/ Anthony Pateras ) project are angling toward some familiar ground, but I remain enthusiastic. Necroscape is out April 4 via Ipecac Recordings. Ipecac.com Facebook.com/ipecac Twitter.com/ipecacrec Instagram.com/ipecacrecordings _________________________________________ Oval : &
Sleaford Mods Chubbed Up + Ipecac Recordings Released:11.29.14 Sleaford Mods is an interesting entity. Following much of the rhythmic and minimal throb of Factory-era post-punk and, of course, hip hop's rise from being a "sample sport," as Public Enemy once put it, to the largely trap-centric hit machine it is today, Sleaford Mods embodies a tirade-level synthesis of the two: a beat-powered device with which to bathe in poetic and profanity-laced commentary. The group (vocalist Jason Williamson and track maker Andrew Fearn ) gained some notoriety stateside with its 2013 release, Austerity Dogs , despite having been about five albums deep in its discography. The group's new release, Chubbed Up +, is a singles compilation that includes three previously unreleased tracks. It was released by Ipecac Recordings. The mostly repetitious loop'd loop of springy bass riffs and flat percussion offer Sleaford Mods the distinction of being the more sophistica
The "I'll get back to that" portion of my brain results in sometimes 50 browser tabs being open, many of which are YouTube or Bandcamp links for bands and performers that I want to keep track of. So, I'm sorting through browser tabs. And, so are you. Horsegirl: "Anti-Glory" (from Versions of Modern Performance released by Matador Records ) Versions of Modern Performance by Horsegirl Sam Gendel: "Uroko (鱗, fish scales)" (from blueprint releasing 10/14/22 by Leaving Records ) Uroko (鱗, fish scales) by Sam Gendel Courtesy of Julian T. Schoen - Artist, Event & Project Management The Koreatown Oddity : "Aggro Can" (from ISTHISFORREAL? releasing 7/22/22 by Stones Throw ) Kamikaze Palm Tree: "Flamingo" (from Mint Chip releasing 7/15/22 by Drag City ) Mint Chip by Kamikaze Palm Tree Pye Corner Audio: "Warmth Of The Sun" (from Let's Emerge! released by Sonic Cathedral ) Let’s Emerge! b
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To be honest, the only real Madlib that I'm familiar with is the Madvilliany album. I happened upon this track while looking through videos on On Demand and I really liked it. I'll be picking this one up when I can.
Thanks for the recommendation.
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