Aural Delights 352

  1. David McClymont – Centuries
  2. King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard – Planet B
  3. The Dave Graney Show – Eye of the Vine
  4. Mark Snarski – This Kind of Speed Kills
  5. Rob Snarski – Sparrow and Swan
  6. Four Candles – Loose Lips
  7. Creedence Clearwater Revival – Born on the Bayou
  8. En Minor – On The Floor
  9. Shock Narcotic – I Have Seen The Future
  10. The Subliminals – Crystal Chain
  11. Kammahav – Am I Just A Name Now
  12. En Minor – There’s A Long Way To Go
  13. I Roy – Musical Shark Attack
  14. Shock Narcotic – Mutually Beneficial Subterfuge
  15. The Fall – Living Too Late
  16. Ufomammut – Lacrimosa
  17. Comfort Creature – Vicar
  18. Frank Zappa – What’s New In Baltimore
  19. Peter Hammill – Been Alone So Long
  20. The Apartments – Nobody Like You
  21. Atom – Run Out (Other Places’ Destroy Everything REMIX)
  22. David McClymont – What You’re Thinking
  23. Mark Snarski – I Know A Girl Who Builds Sculptures
  24. Rob Snarski – Robert Mitchum at Mitcham Station
  25. Alaskan Tapes – Views from Sixteen Stories
  26. Shock Narcotic – An Obsession Supreme
  27. Diagonal Science – Impressions Taken
  28. The Fall – Terry Waite Sez
  29. Is Bliss – Belong

SHOW NOTES

  • HOUR ONE
  • David McClymont – Centuries
    • New track sent over by David
  • King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard – Planet B
    • New album Infest the Rat’s Nest
  • The Dave Graney Show – Eye of the Vibe
    • From the 2002 album Heroic Blues
  • Mark Snarski – This Kind of Speed Kills
    • New album I Have To Burn Everything Before I Start Cooking
  • Rob Snarski – Sparrow and Swan
    • From the new album Sparrow and Swan
  • Four Candles – Loose Lips
    • Recorded live at Yerrrr Bar Manchester – free single from German Shepherd Records…subcribers get the whole live set
  • Creedence Clearwater Revival – Born on the Bayou
    • Live at Woodstock
  • En Minor – On The Floor
    • Philip H. Anselmo’s band releasing its debut seven-inch  via Housecore Records. A project inadvertently in the making since his earliest days as a child in the French Quarter, the band features Stephen Taylor (Superjoint, Philip H. Anselmo & The Illegals, Woven Hand, 16 Horse Power), Kevin Bond (Superjoint, Christ Inversion, Artimus Pyledriver et al), Jimmy Bower (Eyehategod, Down, Superjoint), Calvin and Joiner Dover (The Dover Brothers), and Steve Bernal (former first cellist in the Temple Symphony Orchestra). An experimental and eclectic musical endeavor that finds Anselmo exploring a softer, graver vocal style, EN MINOR is an honest and deliberate change of pace delivering brooding tales of pain, regret, and sorrow. Serving as the precursor to the band’s full-length debut set for release later this year,
  • Shock Narcotic – I Have Seen The Future
    • I Have Seen The Future And It Doesn’t Work…. Detroit grind ensemble, debut full-length, via Housecore Records. Formed in 2018, the band features former The Dillinger Escape Plan guitarist Jeff Tuttle, Child Bite vocalist Shawn Knight, current Shit Life/former The Black Dahlia Murder drummer Zach Gibson, and Battlecross bassist Don Slater, spewing forth a vicious synthesis of grind, metal, and hardcore. Mastered by Brad Boatright (Converge, Integrity, Obituary) with guest backing vocals by Full Of Hell’s Dylan Walker, the fourteen tracks that make up I Have Seen The Future And It Doesn’t Work are a whirlwind of dystopian dread and existential nihilism. Decibel Magazine lauds its, “quick bursts of frustration…,” and, “effective combination of past and present into one bowl of bitterness. Released August 16th 2019
  • The Subliminals – Crystal Chain
    • New Zealand psych legends – The Crystal Chain EP was recorded over two or three days in 1999 in a Kaukapakapa cowshed by Dale Cotton, best known for his work with HDU. The cowshed itself was in “original condition” and the band had to first remove equal parts straw and animal faeces before they could begin. The idea behind the choice of locations was to free the band from the usual time restraints of commercial facilities and produce a relaxed atmosphere with a sense of occasion.
  • Kammahav – Am I Just A Name Now
    • Lizard Brain song reimagined from the Scrapbook EP on Everlasting Records
  • En Minor – There’s A Long Way To Go
    • ibid
  • I- Roy – Musical Shark Attack
    • From the album of the same name – 1976 – Virgin
  • Shock Narcotic – Mutually Beneficial Subterfuge
    • ibid
  • The Fall – Living Too Late
    • Bend Sinister: Domesday Pay-Off Triad-Plus!
  • HOUR TWO
  • Ufomammut – Lacrimosa
    • Ufomammut are releasing a special boxed set in CD and LP formats as a celebration of their 20 years as a band. The boxed set includes all eight studio albums; Godlike Snake, Snailking, Lucifer Song, Idolum, Eve, Oro, Ecate, and 8. Additionally, the box will include a new release, titled XX. This new recording features six revisited tracks
  • Comfort Creature – Vicar
    • ibid
  • Frank Zappa – What’s New In Baltimore
    • Frank Zappa Meets The Mothers Of Prevention 1985
  • Peter Hammill – Been Alone So Long
    • Not Yet Not Now 3 – Nurnberg/Dortmund 2
  • The Apartments – Nobody Like You
    • No Song, No Spell, No Madrigal (Australian Release) 2014
  • Atom – Run Out (Other Places’ Destroy Everything REMIX)
    • In Every Dream Home REMIX EP
  • David McClymont – What You’re Thinking
    • Invisible Volatiles
  • Mark Snarski – I Know A Girl Who Builds Sculptures
    • ibid
  • Rob Snarski – Robert Mitchum at Mitcham Station
    • ibid
  • Alaskan Tapes – Views from Sixteen Stories
    •  the title track, ‘View From Sixteen Stories’ from his fourth full-length album, via AT Recordings.
  • Shock Narcotic – An Obsession Supreme
    • Ibid
  • Diagonal Science – Impressions Taken
    • Artificilia
  • The Fall
    • Terry Waite Sez
  • Is Bliss – Belong
    • Portsmouth based band from the new album Strange Communication

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