What are you listening to?


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#839

dudes this is sick asf

metropolis heavy industry chill vibes


#840

Fuckit, been a while. Hello old friends…

I will love the Propellerheads and David Arnold forever for this one thing:

… even if there were nothing else to love both of those for, and there is much :slight_smile:


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#842

Been playing this a lot lately, so I’ve just ordered it on vinyl


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#845

and now, for something completely different:


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Summary

At around 59 min in they switch from Jungle and Ragga to Nirvana lol :star_struck:


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#851

I don’t want to be that guy, but this album crossed my mind today so I put it on.


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#853

repetitive screeches

and he has badass name too, Beat Fuhrer.


#854

Guys: Message from Leyland Kirby below. I cannot recommend LK/The Caretaker/The Stranger enough.

Listen for free and give him a few bucks/quids if you can.

“We drink to forget…” is simply fabulous.


Hello,

I just made four older works available again for a limited time for free.
I get constant requests for each of these so feel free to download them if you wish in the format you desire. The works now available again are :

V/Vm - The Death of Rave (The Source) - 2006
vvmtest.bandcamp.com/album/the-death-of-rave-the-source
(111 rave flashbacks, energy stripped, to be shuffled.)

V/Vm - The Death of Rave (Additional) - 2006
vvmtest.bandcamp.com/album/the-death-of-rave-additional
(An additional 95 flashbacks, update, immerse, remember, erase.)

The Caretaker - Extra Patience (After Sebald) - 2012
thecaretaker.bandcamp.com/album/extra-patience-after-sebald
(Outtakes from the Patience soundtrack.)

Leyland Kirby - We drink to forget the coming storm - 2014
leylandkirby.bandcamp.com/album/we-drink-to-forget-the-coming-storm
(Forty lo-fi piano pieces for shuffle and reflection.)

Thanks always for listening and for your support through the years.

xx


#855

Mention of BT in another thread today got me listening to an old favorite.

About a year or so after even discovering that electronic music was really a thing (Probably sounds strange, but I had just never really been exposed to it) a good friend showed me this. The video came preloaded on a Zune he had just got. I had never heard anything like this and it shook the foundation of what I thought music could be.

If by some happenstance you have not listened to or seen BT’s This Binary Universe, you need to do yourself a favor and check it out.


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