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Listened to the album Tao Ded. Did you hear something like that?
https://soundcloud.com/user-69867999/sets/zakoulki-snov
https://soundcloud.com/user-69867999/sets/dao-ded-ozero
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PFM - Storia Di Un Minuto
Hank Mobley - Workout
The Alan Parsons Project - Tales of Mystery and Imagination
Conrad Schnitzler - Blau
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Vespero - Droga   (Astrakhan, Russia  2013)
Experimental, psychedelic, kraut-rock, space rock 

Aican - Art Saves/Kills   (Yekaterinburg, Russia  2011)
Instrumental experimental post rock 

Saturn V Tret'Em Dome - Toola  (Novokuznetsk, Russia  2017)
Mostly instrumental, psych, doom, sludge trio 

Emperor Guillotine - Emperor Guillotine  (Dallas, Texas  2017) 
Instrumental doom stoner metal 

Devil's Witches - Velvet Magic  (Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam  2017)
Metal, doom, fuzz, groove 

Regulus - Quadralith  (Sheffield, England  2017)
"Groove laden, riff drenched, psychedelic, heavy blues" 

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Originally posted by TeleStrat TeleStrat wrote:

^^  Give them a listen, Sam and let me know what you think.
I saw the name Grand Astoria when I was researching Flower Punk but I haven't heard it yet.
I'll check it out today.
They have a lot of albums but I recommend "The Mighty Few" and "La Belle Époque". I saw them last year and the same festival is bringing Flower Punk this year Tongue

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Will Z. - A New Mirrored You
Will Z. - Twelve Visions
Virgen Sideral - s/t
Sintesis - s/t
Bruno Pernadas - Those Who Throw Objects...
Mort Garson - Electronic Hair Pieces
Samsara Blues Experiment - Waiting for the Flood (I don't know why I thought this was worse than the previous album. I'd say it's the best produced of the three, it's all very clear, considering how heavy their music is. Gary, did you listen to the new song? Looks like Peters' solo experiments affected the band's sound a little Wink)


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^  I have not heard the new SBE song yet, is it on Bandcamp or YouTube or somewhere else?
I read on their site that a new album (five songs) is coming out in May. That should be interesting. 
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^ It's on Soundcloud. They mention Canterbury influences on their new album, I'm very curious to hear that Big smile
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^  Thanks, I'll check it out.   Thumbs Up
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Tuesday...

Space Debris - Phonomorphosis  (Weinheim, Germany  2014)
Instrumental, psychedelic, space rock, kraut-rock 

Black Voodoo Train - Cosmic Sessions  (Munich, Germany  2015)
Mostly instrumental, psych, stoner, desert with dual guitars 

Yawning Man - Rock Formations  (Palm Desert, CA  2005)
Early Desert Rock feat. Gary Arce 

Sonora - Welcome To The Desert EP  (Russia  2016)
Instrumental, psychedelic space rock, kraut-rock 

Rosy Finch - Witchboro  (Alicante, Spain  2015)
Alternative rock, grunge, sludge trio  (two girls and a guy)

Black Thai - Seasons Of Might  EP   (Boston, MA  2013)
Heavy sludge, doom, metal  

Palm Desert - Falls Of The Wastelands  (Wroclaw, Poland  2010)
Desert rock, heavy psych, stoner, grunge 

Blood Ceremony - Lord Of Misrule  (Toronto, Canada  2016)
FFOBR, psychedelia, folk rock 

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Andromeda Space Ritual - Satellite EP
Monolord - Vaenir
Bruno Pernadas - Worst Summer Ever
Ananga Ranga - Privado
Aquarelle - Sous Un Arbre
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Originally posted by TeleStrat TeleStrat wrote:

Tuesday...
Rosy Finch - Witchboro  (Alicante, Spain  2015)
Alternative rock, grunge, sludge trio  (two girls and a guy)
Love those wild dirty girls, Gary...but you know that!

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Last two days for me, quite a scattered bunch! :

Metallica – Hardwired to Self-Destruct
Gentle Giant – Octopus
Gong – Expresso 2
Asia Minor –Between Flesh and Divine
Le Orme – Contrappunti
Le Orme – Storia o Leggenda
Triade – 1998: La Storia di Sabazio
Murple – Io Sono Murple
Procession – Frontiera
Kingdom Come – Journey
Tear Gas – s/t
Triumvirat – Mediterranean Tales
Kraftwerk – Trans Europe Express
Deuter – Sands of Time (compilation/live archive)
Yanni – Keys to Imagination
Klaus Schulze – Moondawn

Klaus Schulze (with Rainer Bloss) – Dziekuje Poland Live - man, I DETEST KS’ random – and constant - staccato messy piano blasts throughout this one! Total atmosphere killer!
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Gong – Expresso 2

Kraftwerk – Trans Europe Express 
What do you think of this one? I gave it a few spins already and I find difficult to stay focused until the end, it sounds quite samey.

Any improvement since last week? Tongue
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Originally posted by TeleStrat TeleStrat wrote:

Tuesday...
Rosy Finch - Witchboro  (Alicante, Spain  2015)
Alternative rock, grunge, sludge trio  (two girls and a guy)
Love those wild dirty girls, Gary...but you know that!

 

Can't blame you for that.  Big smile
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Originally posted by Aussie-Byrd-Brother Aussie-Byrd-Brother wrote:

Gong – Expresso 2

Kraftwerk – Trans Europe Express 

What do you think of this one? I gave it a few spins already and I find difficult to stay focused until the end, it sounds quite samey.

Any improvement since last week? Tongue

I used to rate `Expresso 2' higher than I do now (I still enjoy it, but it's not as consistent as `Gazeusse!' before it), but at the same time, it's much better than both `Downwind' and `Time is the Key' that followed, which sounded like Pierre Moerlin having a vibraphone orgy with his mates at his place on the weekend! (Although, I'll admit it's been a few years since I've played both of those two, I'm now seriously curious to dig them out again)

`Trans Europe Express'....that's considered a masterpiece WHY??? I mean, it's perfect alright...although I still maintain that the band build up these potentially cool electronic pieces and then sh*t all over them with those dreary repetitive vocals. I don't know...I'm on about my tenth listen at this point, and I can listen to it in the background and kind of enjoy it, but for something with its status, it seems so...lightweight to me? Urgh...and if I hear `Even the greatest stars....' repeated one more time....

I could also give two tosses that it namedrops David Bowie and Iggy Pop in the lyrics either, no matter how much it might make the trendies cream themselves.

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Yesterday: 
Ornette Coleman - Skies of America

Today:
Labradford - A Stable Reference
Kraldjursanstalten - Voodoo Boogie
The Residents - Eskimo
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Wednesday...

Heavy Glow - Pearls & Swine And Everything Fine   (San Diego, CA  2014)
"Fuzz fueled rock with psychedelic tinted blues and textured Motown / Memphis soul"

Mos Generator - Abyssinia  (Port Orchard, WA  2016)
Classic heavy rock, stoner trio influenced by Black Sabbath 

Snowy Dunes - Snowy Dunes  (Stockholm, Sweden  2015)
70s psychedelic hard rock, blues rock

Mondo Drag - The Occultation Of Light  (Oakland, CA  2016)
Heavy psych, space rock, kraut-rock 

Manthra Dei - Manthra Dei   (Brescia, Italy  2013)
Instrumental, progressive, psychedelic, stoner 

Libido Fuzz - Kaleido Lumo Age  (Bordeaux, France  2015)
"Heavy psychedelic boogie" band quote

Orion - Builders Of Cosmos  (La Spezia, Italy  2016)
Metal, doom, sludge, stoner 

Black Moon Circle - Sea Of Clouds  (Trondheim, Norway  2016)
Dark psychedelic rock, space rock, jams 


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I used to rate `Expresso 2' higher than I do now (I still enjoy it, but it's not as consistent as `Gazeusse!' before it), but at the same time, it's much better than both `Downwind' and `Time is the Key' that followed, which sounded like Pierre Moerlin having a vibraphone orgy with his mates at his place on the weekend! (Although, I'll admit it's been a few years since I've played both of those two, I'm now seriously curious to dig them out again)

`Trans Europe Express'....that's considered a masterpiece WHY??? I mean, it's perfect alright...although I still maintain that the band build up these potentially cool electronic pieces and then sh*t all over them with those dreary repetitive vocals. I don't know...I'm on about my tenth listen at this point, and I can listen to it in the background and kind of enjoy it, but for something with its status, it seems so...lightweight to me? Urgh...and if I hear `Even the greatest stars....' repeated one more time....
 
I'll have to give it more spins before I buy Gazeuse then. This is still the only Gong album I have in my collection Embarrassed

At least on PA, none of their albums reaches 4 stars Tongue I try not to be affected by the common opinion, although once in a record store, I heard a father tell his daughter "that's Kraftwerk, the creators of Electronic music" Dead That's bad parenting, if you ask me LOL


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Yellow Magic Orchestra - Solid State Survivor
Samuel Cadima - Cascata (Done! Big smile)
Kraftwerk - s/t
JPL - Le Livre Blanc
Supertramp - Crisis? What Crisis? (I missed listening to them.)
Eloy - Colours (Probably not their best, but it's their coolest.)
A Presença das Formigas - Pé de Vento
Ad Maiora - s/t
Camel - Rain Dances (I seriously don't know why it has such a low rating.)
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Past few days:

Clark Terry - Portraits
Promenade - Noi Al Dir Di Noi
Teleharmonium - The Mother Generator
Pink Floyd - Dark Side of The Moon
Miles Davis - Kind of Blue
Sea Level - Cats On The Coast
Caravan - For Girls Who Grow Plump In The Night
Gentle Giant - Acquiring The Taste
King Crimson - In The Wake of Poseidon
Limitless memory means our brains will get too plump for our skulls.
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Gentle Giant - s/t
Boston - s/t
Kansas - s/t
Banco - s/t
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Over the last few days:
Ash Ra Tempel - Schwingungen
Soft Machine - Live at the Paradiso (1969)
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Catherine Jauniaux - Fluvial
Feminist Improvising Group - Feminist Improvising Group
Labradford - Labradford
Labradford - A Stable Reference (absolutely fantastic album, one of the best I've discovered in the last six months)
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