new forest swords track is really good
there’s a thread. i think it might be one of the best things they’ve done so far
More good music from Bristol:
Really like that dirgey, somewhere between breaks and techno thing.
Giegling finally announced that Barnican show, Sunday 2nd April up in the conservatory. Says it’s a silent disco?! Anyway sadly I can’t make it - it’s also £35…
…and looks like it’s only 2hrs long? Hmm.
I read the review of the LA show, apparently it was the 4(or 5, Kettenkarussel is two guys) of them sitting round playing their own records. There’s no-one I’d pay £30 to see do that.
this has reminded me to post about the giegling night at VU on Saturday.
10/10 one of the best club nights i’ve been to in a while. They decked the place out with cool lights/balloon type things, really made it into a more welcoming environment compared to a usual clubbing atmosphere.
Highlights: Vril, Kettenkarussel closing set. But the whole night just had this good feeling to it, can’t really explain it properly.
Shame the Barbican thing is ££. Paid £20 for 8+hours of giegling at VU pfft!
“If successful it will produce the first translucent, non-soluble communication sound pill synergised through impressionistic interpretations of technological equipment. This is the music vitamin of the Metropolis.”
Good old Actress.
that’s one track?! thought it was an album sampler… lot going on there but sounds pretty banging
This is good, I’d assumed he’d packed it in after Ghettoville so nice to see him back.
Kornél Kovács just shared a playlist of all the songs on his USB stick that are also on Spotfy
268 tracks, 28hrs
likely lots of good stuff here
The Christian S song on there is ace, as is pretty much everything Christian S does:
I have a lot of time for these sorts of lists; the Lovefingers one is also great:
Although only about a third of what’s on the full list is actually on Spotify.
Full lineup for the Optimo 20th birthday festival in Glasgow has been announced:
Alright lads? Usually a bit scared of the mongrel, but this Jacques Greene album is fucking excellent. It’s at it’s best at it’s most forceful IMO. It does that Kuedo thing of sounding retro and futuristic at the same time and he deploys the vocal samples really well.
Also Kelly Lee Owens record sounds brilliant too.
Welcome, F_C, there’s no need to be afraid, we don’t bite. I haven’t heard Jacques Greene before, although I read his Harangue The DJ in the Guardian last week and he picked an interesting range of stuff (some of which wasn’t to my taste at all). Will give his album a go this weekend.
Not sure if this link will work but this is really, really worth checking out if you haven’t already:
Cheers dude. Just ran a quick search to see if it’s been mentioned and hey presto you mentioned the other thing i’m loving at the moment which is the tornado wallace record