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The song comes from Liz Harris’ forthcoming album, Shade.
Grouper Shares New Single “Ode to the blue”: Stream
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The single features producer/ceremony guide East Forest and the late guru Ram Dass.
Jon Hopkins Announces Music for Psychedelic Therapy, Shares “Sit Around the Fire”: Stream
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Liz Harris’s upcoming record is due out October 22nd via Kranky.
Grouper Announces New Album Shade, Shares “Unclean mind”: Stream
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Against All Logic, Lafawndah, and Lee Gamble also feature on the benefit compilation, which is organized by Tunisian publication Ma3azef.
Brian Eno Contributes to New Compilation Album Benefitting Medical Aid for Palestine: Stream
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The station, which he’s calling The Lighthouse, is broadcasting previously unheard songs from as far back as 1990.
Brian Eno Launches New Sonos Radio Station with Unreleased Music
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It’s from their upcoming reunion album, Spiral, due out July 23rd via Matador.
Darkside Share New Single “Lawmaker”: Stream
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Described as, “Literally just the noisy fuzzed out tape loop of a “fog horn” (actually a distant pitch-bent bass) that plays through-out the background of “the Glow pt. 2” and other Microphones musics.”
The Microphones Drop Ambient Foghorn Tape Featuring “No Songs, No Music”
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Psychic Ills bassist Elizabeth Hart recorded the songs while she was still pregnant.
Unborn Baby Records Debut Album
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Deftones’ deluxe 20th anniversary edition of White Pony contains a bonus disc of brand-new remixes.
Deftones Unveil Mike Shinoda Remix of “Passenger” (featuring Maynard James Keenan): Stream
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An unusual artist, to say the least––and ultimately just as intriguing––making music that horror/suspense filmmakers will want to check out. Kawin Kornthong (based in Bangkok, Thailand) specializes in soothing, languidly paced songs with extended instrumental breaks (full of piano, saxophone, organ) that veer into an ambient music realm. And the artist’s uniquely breathy, unaccented voice has a gift for effortlessly nailing every note, high or low––except when things go a wee bit sour and, perhaps, who knows, sinister…? The best moments are when incongruous elements somehow achieve their own logic and blend “perfectly,” at least in their own very cool […]

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