Aural Delights 358

  1. Danny Short – What Do I See?
  2. Hash Redactor – Good Sense
  3. Dave Graney & Clare Moore – I’m Not Just Anybody
  4. Ian and Neil Moss – Dirty Shirts
  5. Mistletoe – Borderline Racist
  6. Routines – Sex
  7. Jane Dust – Ishta Terra
  8. Terceiro Olho de Marte – Trovoada em Luna de Sangre
  9. Tombstones In Their Eyes – Dreams (Alt Version)
  10. Danny Short – Unoptimistic Clown
  11. Terceiro Olho de Marte – Ultimo Suspira
  12. Hash Redactor – Terri
  13. Dave Graney & Clare Moore – Comrade of Pop
  14. Moff Skellington – Bring It Home To Me
  15. Phelian – Black Orchid (Original Mix)
  16. Alaskan Tapes – And, We Disappear
  17. Jane Dust – Tessera Terrain
  18. NHOAH – Between Vienna and the Stars (Radio Edit)
  19. Andrew DR Abbott – Daisy Hill Return
  20. Soular Order – Beholder
  21. Dave Graney & Clare Moore – Where Did All The Freaks Go?
  22. Hash Redactor – Step 2 : Success
  23. Jane Dust – Maxwell Montes
  24. Abronia – New Winds For The Warming Sands
  25. Tombstones In Their Eyes – Open Skies
  26. Danny Short – The Ghost Of You
  27. Gong – Radio Gnome Invisible (Rough Mix)

NOTES

  • HOUR ONE
  • Danny Short – What Do I See?
    • new EP What Do I See? recorded between April and August 2019
    • Bandcamp
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  • Hash Redactor – Good Sense
    • Dreck Sound
  • Dave Graney & Clare Moore – I’m Not Just Anybody
    • One Million Years DC
  • Ian and Neil Moss – Dirty Shirts
    • Single
  • Mistletoe
    • Borderline Racist
  • #
  • Routines – Sex
    • Chores
    • Jane Dust. Clare Moore, Emily Jarrett, Will Hindmarsh
  • Jane Dust – Ishta Terra
    • Space Oddysey Part 1
  • Terceiro Olho de Marte – Trovoada em Luna de Sangre
    • Herbarium Parabolicae or Secret Language of Seeds – Thunderstorm en Luna de Sangre (feat. Dani Wega) – Third Eye of Maris
  • Tombstones In Their Eyes – Dreams (Alt Version)
    • Los Angeles’ indie psych rock outfit Tombstones in Their Eyes present the 2-track single ‘Open Skies’, previewing their new album ‘Maybe Someday’. The b-side is an alternative version of ‘Dreams’, the final track off the new long-play. Tombstones create walls of sound that are simultaneously sonorous and hazy. These are cavernous, stoner lullabies that descend into post-rock soundscapes and are wrapped in dark shoegazing dreamscapes.
  • #
  • Danny Short – Unoptimistic Clown
  • Terceiro Olho de Marte – Ultimo Suspira
    • Last Sigh (feat. Glamorings)
  • Hash Redactor – Terri
  • #
  • Dave Graney & Clare Moore – Comrade of Pop
  • Moff Skellington – Bring It Home To Me
    • Thorny Conduits
  • Phelian – Black Orchid (Original Mix)
    • Ambient future garage producer  …. The track is one of the cuts off his second album Beside You released via Enhanced Music’s new Chill imprint, Enhanced Chill. (Didn’t download the whole album)
  • HOUR TWO
  • Alaskan Tapes – And, We Disappear
    • Views from Sixteen Stories (2019)
  • Jane Dust – Tessera Terrain
  • NHOAH – Between Vienna and the Stars (Radio Edit)
    • Berlin-born NHOAH’s sound pays homage to early German synth-music like Klaus Schulze and D.A.F, while at the same time drawing parallels to artists such as Dominik Eulberg, Rone or Stephan Bodzin. He is inspired by spaces, places and people, and his inherent ability to code emotional experience into sound is matchless. Though NHOAH’s label is based in Berlin, he has two studios in Vienna and is drawn there by the vibrant, international music scene – offering him the balance that he needs to create music after his shows.
  • Andrew DR Abbott – Daisy Hill Return
    • Cardinal Fuzz and Feeding Tube Records present the debut album by artist, musician and writer Andrew DR Abbott. Dead in Chellow Dean extends the themes and aesthetic introduced in his Live on Daisy Hill cassette released in 2018 by Bloxham Tapes and described by The Quietus as ‘a minor 21st century folk masterpiece’. Through a series of instrumental 8-string baritone acoustic guitar compositions, Abbott conveys a dark and disorientating journey through the beautifully derelict hinterlands of Bradford: the postindustrial city in the North of England where he lives. The core tracks of the album are joined together by collages of field recordings and improvisations on handmade instruments.
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  • Soular Order – Beholder
    • Originally introduced to the guitar by his grandfather, Mancunian Jon Maynard spent much of his youth playing in various local bands before he went on to begin  producing electronic music. This was when he truly began experimenting with combining elements of analogue synths, guitars and found sound percussion. He established his label  City By Night in 2012,
  • Dave Graney & Clare Moore – Where Did All The Freaks Go?
  • Hash Redactor – Step 2 : Success
  • Jane Dust – Maxwell Montes
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  • Abronia – New Winds For The Warming Sands
    • Cardinal Fuzz and Feeding Tube Records are proud to bring to you the latest long player from ‘Abronia’ (Portland USA) The follow up to their debut, ‘The Whole of Each Eye’ sees Abronia cementing its very singular place in the canon of the broader psych rock universe.  A six piece consisting of two guitars, electric bass, tenor saxophone, pedal steel, and one 32” inch bass drum (no drum set here), Abronia pulls from kraut rock, spaghetti Western soundtracks, doom, 60’s UK folk, spiritual jazz, ritualistic drone, and infuse it all with the arid haze of deserts near and far.  The sound, with its ample use of lap steel and reverb-heavy electric guitar, is firmly rooted in a sun-baked strain of Americana. But never too far from the surface are elements of European art rock in all of its guises (krautrock, psychedelia, prog) and a welcome wild card in the form of Keelin Mayer, who adds a Stooges-like squall with her saxophone and composed vocal turns à la Nico or former Swans singer Jarboe.
  • Tombstones In Their Eyes – Open Skies
  • Danny Short – The Ghost Of You
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  • Gong – Radio Gnome Invisible (Rough Mix)
    • Love from the Planet Gong: The Virgin Years 1973-1975

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