Aural Delights 149

PLAYLIST

  1. Bouquet of Dead Crows – The Fundamental Flaw Of Solitude – Single
  2. IKMRAO – Weary – Bone Fragments
  3. Franco Bandini – Ask The Dust – 2014 was a bad year
  4. Robert Forster – Turn on the rain – Songs to Play
  5. Pseudo Sentai – Immaculation – Bansheeface
  6. Kin – Wise Cracking Head – SlowTV
  7. Kiasmos – Lit – Kiasmos
  8. The Ramsgate Hovercraft – Heatwave on Highstreet – Cinema Vérité
  9. Jett Screams – Do The Resonate – Godsplitter
  10. Esmerine – 19/14 – Lost Voices
  11. Deerhunter – All The Same – Fading Frontier
  12. Girobabies – Bring Potions – Who Took Utopia?
  13. Robert Forster – I Love Myself and I Always Have – Songs to Play
  14. Bicycle Day – City Streets – City Streets
  15. Cool Runnings -Stoned Tonite – I Hate It Here
  16. Jett Screams – When I’m In The Clouds – Godsplitter
  17. Lunar Twin – Champagne (Ummagma Remix) – Champagne (Remixes)
  18. Rusty G’s – Taking Over – Single
  19. The Writhing Squares – Gemini Blues – Gemini Blues/Streetlight Nightmare
  20. The Monophonics – In Your Brain – In Your Brain
  21. Esmerine – Funambule (deus pas de Serein) – Lost Voices
  22. Robert Forster – Love Is Where It’s At – Songs To Play
  23. Pseudo Sentai – MonstHER (Attack of the 50 Foot Actress) – MonstHER (Attack of the 50 Foot Actress)
  24. Mount Vernon Arts Lab – Hobgoblins – Seance at Hobs Lane
  25. The Happy Fallen – High Time – Adam & Eve EP
  26. Lush Purr – Rut – David Cameron’s Eton Mess
  27. The Fall – Oswald Defence Lawyer – The Frenz Experiment

NOTES

  1. The second single from the forthcoming album “Of The Night” is released by German Shepherd Records on 9th October, the album is also available for pre-order on that day.
  2. The third release from German Shepherd by IKMRAO sees the electro duo seems them embracing more pop elements than their previous work. A Pet Shop Boys for the Stooges fan,
  3. The pre-release of Franco Bandini’s EP “”2014 was a bad year” gives listeners a taster of what could prove to be one of the releases of the year – blues soaked angst ridden and emotionally powerful song writing marks this new venture for greatness.
  4. Another track from Robert’s critically acclaimed new album.
  5. Brooklyn based band that produce “free-flowing atmospheric rock mixed with jacked-up prog-fusion in a tidal-strength current of electronic experimentation and video game overload, all coalescing into a bewilderingly miscellaneous yet utterly accessible style of nearly unclassifiable infectious music, seamlessly delivered in a clever and skilled intensity”…..comes out on 16th October – Bandcamp
  6. Another track from the new release from Groningen based Kim Foster.
  7. Kiasmos is an Icelandic minimal, experimental techno duo, composed of Ólafur Arnalds and Janus Rasmussen. They started in 2009 and released their first extended play “Thrown” in 2012 and their album “Kiasmos” in 2014.
  8. The new release from  Mark Bandola and Kit Jolly – Bandcamp
  9. Impressive garage rock from Berlin – Bandcamp
  10. Stunning new album as reviewed here.
  11. New album from Bradford Cox and co. Their seventh and the first since Cox’s serious car accident.
  12. New release from Glasgow’s finest purveyors of psychedelic punk finds them in fine fettle – Bandcamp
  13. as 4.
  14. Punk from Oakland, California – Bandcamp
  15. Mixed genre reggae punkers from Auckland, New Zealand – Bandcamp
  16. as 10.
  17. Band members Chris Murphy and Bryce Boudreau met in July 2011 at the Denver Underground Music Festival, when Bryce joined as a guest of Chris’ previous gothic synth band Nightsweats. They formed Lunar Twin in October 2013, and derived the band’s name from a theory about earth having possibly had a twin moon. Inspired by space and time, as well as nature and culture, the band members record the music and vocal separately from quite a distance. Vocals for this EP were recorded in the Hawaiian rainforest at Chopo Audio in Keauu/Puna, Hawaii. All music was recorded in the high desert valley by an alkaline lake at Desert Heat Audio in Salt Lake City, USA. Lunar Twin – Champagne (Remixes) is available via iTunes, Amazon, Spotify, Rdio, etc. The band’s original Lunar Twin EP is also available through Bandcamp.
  18. Milton Keynes grunge duo’s new single – feature here
  19. The Writhing Squares are Kevin Nickles and Daniel Provenzano. Two piece psych explorations constructed out of bass, sax, drum machine and a few more things. – Bandcamp
  20. There are quite a few bands called The Monophonics out there – this is the San Francisco based one – who dabble in psychedelic soul – Bandcamp
  21. as 11.
  22. as 4.
  23. as 6.
  24. Mount Vernon Arts Lab is a musical project of Scottish musician Drew Mulholland, who has also recorded as Black Noise and N. Between 1996 and 2001, a string of EPs, singles, and albums were released. This was his fifth album which was re-released some years after the initial 2001 outing.
  25. A new EP from Neale and Monica Ward which aims to raise money from breast cancer charities – Bandcamp
  26. David Cameron’s Eton Mess is a compliation of embryonic Scottish guitar bands, very few with any more than an EP or two available online. Most of the bands are friends and a lot of musicians feature on several of the album’s tracks, one of the reasons why Song By Toad Records put the compliation together. Label owner Matthew Young explains “it feels like there’s this pool of really talented musicians bubbling away and all sorts of excellent music is starting to emerge from the mix. Bands are forming, breaking up and starting again all the time. When you see a loose collection of bands connecting like this you never know what is going to happen. A few will disappear, some will do okay, some might pave the way for others, and a few of these bands could go on to do really well.” Bandcamp
  27. Classic mid 80s Fall examines the Kennedy Assassination.
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