Aural Delights 350

  1. Russian Circles – Quartered
  2. David McClymont – The Naked Ape
  3. Johann Kloos – Dubonnet in Dubrovnik
  4. Uppermost – 23rd Street
  5. Angry – Not OK
  6. Enforced – Reckoning Force
  7. Uniform & The Body – Patron Saint of Regret
  8. Bloodchild – Confident Silence (Single Edit)
  9. Daxma – Minima Moralia
  10. Goldfields – Waterfall (Com Truise Remix)
  11. Mattia Cupelli – Onwards
  12. The Fall – Fit and Working Again
  13. Dope Lemon – Hey You
  14. The Cravens – Dark Side of Love
  15. Comfort Creature – Op En
  16. Dave Graney Show – Speak to my Medium
  17. Alaskan Tapes – The Times Are Tired
  18. Lisa Salvo – When
  19. Comfort Creature – Glow
  20. Peter Hammill – My Room
  21. The Apartments – Every Day Will Be New
  22. Chads Tree – Carve It In Wood
  23. Trojan Horse – Hammer & Spike (Version 2)

  • HOUR ONE
  • Russian Circles – Quartered
    • From The New Album Blood Year
  • David McClymont – The Naked Ape
  • Johann Kloos – Dubonnet in Dubrovnik
  • Uppermost – 23rd Street
  • Angry – Not OK
    • From the new album Invisible Volatiles
    • From the new album Hallucinations/Bandcamp/Weimar
    • The Parisian label-boss began producing music as a youngster using FL Studio. His French/Persian heritage served as agent for much of his inspiration, as he grew up listening to traditional Persian music and French-touch. He founded Uppwind Records in 2011 as an outlet for like-minded artists to express true creative freedom without being shackled to the pressures of making music purely for commercial success. The label has gone from strength to strength and is now a haven of ingenuity for a string of talented artists.
    • New Single on GS – Gary and Ann
  • Enforced – Reckoning Force
  • Uniform & The Body – Patron Saint of Regret
  • Bloodchild – Confident Silence (Single Edit)
  • Daxma – Minima Moralia
    • At The Walls – Thrash Metal Crossover – Formed in 2016, ENFORCED picks up where Sepultura and Cro-Mags left off and infuses their own volatile, hardcore fury into the hardcore/thrash crossover sound of the late ‘80s. Fronted by a voice that could only belong to that of a madman and unloading nonstop blazing riffs and pummeling breakdowns in every track, the band demolishes everything in their path, leaving a trail of smoldering wreckage and pure decimation anywhere they perform. Released July 19th
    • Everything That Dies Someday Comes Back – On the heels of their monolithic collaborative LP Mental Wounds Not Healing, the collaboration between industrial-noise post-everything bands Uniform & The Body returns with a second entry, Everything That Dies Someday Comes Back. Comprised of an amalgam of abrasive influence that spans Swans-y dirge and purge, Whitehouse’s clenched-jaw noise, middle-period Ministry’s penchant for metallic post-industrial everything, New Order’s nose for melodic emotionality, and Juicy J-inspired beats, – Aug 16
    • Shower Me – 13 Sept Copenhagen
    • Ruins Upon Ruins – Arriving on July 26th from Blues Funeral Recordings, RUINS UPON RUINS‘ is the third release from DAXMA. The EP brings nearly twenty-five minutes of neural captivation engulfing the emotional borders of past and present, conjoining the personal and inspirational sides within DAXMA to highlight the art of critical thought. Bleak, beautiful, and breathtakingly poignant. DAXMA (pronounced [dahk-muh]) is an Oakland, CA based post-rock/doom metal band that began in Santa Cruz, CA in 2014. A collaborative project made up of members – Jessica (vocals, guitar, violin), Kelly (vocals, bass), Isaac (vocals, guitar), Forrest (guitar), and Thomas (drums) –  sharing a varied musical background, including black metal, psych, and classical.
  • Goldfields – Waterfall (Com Truise Remix)
    • Synthwave producer Com Truise has remixed Australian indie-electronic band
  • Mattia Cupelli – Onwards
  • The Fall – Fit and Working Again
  • HOUR TWO
  • Dope Lemon – Hey You
  • The Cravens – Dark Side of Love
  • Comfort Creature – Op En
  • Dave Graney Show – Speak to my Medium
    • Smooth Big Cat
    • The Dark Side of Love
  • Alaskan Tapes – The Times Are Tired
  • Lisa Salvo – When
  • Comfort Creature – Glow
    • Based out of Ontario, Canada, Alaskan Tapeshas announced his first single ‘The Times Are Tired’ from his fourth full-length album, Views From Sixteen Stories, via AT Recordings. Album releases September 15th. The track was heavily inspired by bands like Tarentel, Pan American, and other older post-rock bands
    • I Could Have Been A Castle
    • Comfort Creature
  • Peter Hammill – My Room
  • The Apartments – Every Day Will Be New
    • Not Yet Not Now
    • Seven Songs
  • Chads Tree – Carve It In Wood – Crossing Off The Miles
  • Trojan Horse – Hammer & Spike (Version 2)
    • Wicker

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