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Sun Araw - The Saddle Of The Increate

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I'll be sure to report back Tymon.

Heh seeing you mention those crazy Canadians Zacht Automaat I thought I'd sample a bit of their discography. Ended up downloading most of their albumsLOL

Starting out with Bags Inside Bags (as I love that title) but would be glad to hear if you know of some better starting point - considering my tastes.
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Here's my small collection (I've just discovered that bandcamp feature)
https://bandcamp.com/machinechance

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Originally posted by Guldbamsen Guldbamsen wrote:

I'll be sure to report back Tymon.

Heh seeing you mention those crazy Canadians Zacht Automaat I thought I'd sample a bit of their discography. Ended up downloading most of their albumsLOL

Starting out with Bags Inside Bags (as I love that title) but would be glad to hear if you know of some better starting point - considering my tastes.

Disturbed Ground is in my opinion their best album. Perfectly sums up everything I love about their sound. It's currently one of my top albums of all time. I Can Feel Mold in Me (dead slow, no wake) is also excellent, perhaps more adventurous and experimental. But it's nothing that would melt your mind.
I'm glad you are investigating them - I was blown away having heard them for the first time. Amazing band that definitely deserves more attention.
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Sorry dude but wow that was bad! I couldn't finish the album. Sun Araw goes ambient with a backing band of spastic toddlers on electronic squeaky toys r' us percussion Sorta like chiptune on bad ayahuasca.
Oh well I've loved pretty much everything else I've heard by the man.
Thanks for the heads up on Zacht Automaat btw

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Have you checked out Sun Araw's collaborations yet Tymon? Icon Give Thank (psychedelic electro dub) Night Gallery (akin to Krautrock). They're still my favourites although On Patrol is up there.
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^^ I checked my notes: from Zaacht Automaat, don't forget to check out "We're Glad You Agree" and "As It Is Spoken, It Shall Be Done" Thumbs Up
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I went to the usual record store in Porto, last Saturday:
Agitation Free - Malesch (LP)
Area - Are(a)zione (CD)
Jaga Jazzist - Starfire (LP)
OMD - Architecture & Morality (LP)
Salada de Frutas - Se Cá Nevasse... (LP)
Supertramp - Crisis? What Crisis? (LP)
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Originally posted by Guldbamsen Guldbamsen wrote:


Sorry dude but wow that was bad! I couldn't finish the album. Sun Araw goes ambient with a backing band of spastic toddlers on electronic squeaky toys r' us percussion Sorta like chiptune on bad ayahuasca.
Oh well I've loved pretty much everything else I've heard by the man.
Thanks for the heads up on Zacht Automaat btw

I liked the formula, but it does get boring, I admit. If it was a 35-minute-ish album and if Cameron threw at least one more spacey track, it would have been excellent. I can't say I dislike it though.

And let me know what you think about those Zacht Automaat albums me and Sam recommended. I promise, it won't be that bad. LOL
Originally posted by Guldbamsen Guldbamsen wrote:

Have you checked out Sun Araw's collaborations yet Tymon? Icon Give Thank (psychedelic electro dub) Night Gallery (akin to Krautrock). They're still my favourites although On Patrol is up there.

I love Icon Give Thank, Sun Araw's more dubby psychedelic stuff is, for me, where it's all at. Also, those chanting vocals by The Congos add a lot of soul. Night Gallery with The Eternal Tapestry is, in my opinion, pretty good, though a tiny bit underwhelming. Music from Harvester he recorded with Nicholas Malkin on Farfisa organ is very interesting. It's, for the most part, noodling that explores the "plastical" characteristics of the instruments, but I found it a lot of fun to listen to.
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^^ I checked my notes: from Zaacht Automaat, don't forget to check out "We're Glad You Agree" and "As It Is Spoken, It Shall Be Done" Thumbs Up

Also great albums. As It Is Spoken, It Shall Be Done especially. Probably their most Canterburian work. But there are even elements of doom in there!

Also, very nice loot there, Sam! Thumbs Up Enjoy those albums.


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Originally posted by ALotOfBottle ALotOfBottle wrote:


Also great albums. As It Is Spoken, It Shall Be Done especially. Probably their most Canterburian work. But there are even elements of doom in there!

Also, very nice loot there, Sam! Thumbs Up Enjoy those albums.
I'm Glad You Agree Tongue I'll have to give another listen, it's been a while since I approved them.

I know I will, although the Area album is the one I'm less familiar with. They also had a vinyl reissue of the Cosmic Jokers debut but my suspicions were correct, it's a terrible bootleg. I can recognise them from a distance now LOL
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Thanks you guys - oh and I was actually wondering about Music from Harvester as I am a big sucker for farfisa organ - though more it's psychedelic qualities or as Floyd puts it Turkish delights.

Been waiting a month for Klaus Johann Grobe's debut - it's vinyl so I don't mind waiting a little longer + the fact that I still quite can't move away from Spagat der Liebe
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Steve Hackett - Voyage of the Acolyte
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Originally posted by Guldbamsen Guldbamsen wrote:

Thanks you guys - oh and I was actually wondering about Music from Harvester as I am a big sucker for farfisa organ - though more it's psychedelic qualities or as Floyd puts it Turkish delights.

Rick Wright man !! Nailed that Turkish Delight Farfisa (Professional Duo model). Same with Dom. I want more

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Tull - Bursting Out 2cd rem
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Bought:
 
Brand X - Live In San Francisco...
Mythic  Sunship - Land Between...
Faust- Fresh Air
Dig me...But don't...Bury me
I'm running still, I shall until, one day, I hope that I'll arrive
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Another record store visit Embarrassed
Jorge Palma - O Lado Errado da Noite (CD)
Tangerine Dream - Rubycon (LP. An embarrassing omission in my collection, I can finally sleep at night LOL)
Trace - s/t (LP)

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Ayreon: The Source.
Bjorn Riis: Forever Comes To An End.
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Arrived in the last week or so...

Jeff Beck - Truth (Sundazed Music reissue on black vinyl)
Jeff Beck - Beck-Ola  (Sundazed Music reissue on black vinyl)
Space Debris - Behind The Gate  (2xLP black vinyl)
Ethiva - Sublime Island  (black vinyl  num. 28 of 200)
Da Captain Trips - Adventures In The Upside Down  (dark pink vinyl)
Unida - Coping With The Urban Coyote  (2xLP red vinyl)
Kyuss - And The Circus Leaves Town  (black vinyl)
Dejalosangrar - Vol. 1  (black vinyl + mini CD + 7" flexi disc + poster)
                       (An impressive bundle from Santiago, Chile)
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Forest Swords - Compassion (warm, psychedelic, contemporary, electronic - one of the best albums I've heard this year)
Seventh Wave - Things To Come (old school keyboard smorgasbord)
Magic Bus - Phillip The Egg
Big Hogg - Gargoyles

Can't wait for June to arrive!!! Fleet Foxes strike again

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