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Finally found the opportunity to listen to Ioan Gamboa... The music is so awesome!! I haven't been listening to music like this for a while, so I think I might make some Beatport downloads tonight. :)

I only came across his music recently and have heard two tracks so far, but I really like what I've heard. There is a certain kind of sophistication to his production. I will definitely explore some of his other work in the near future. Apparently he has also released music in the past under the name Kill Minimal. Only learned that yesterday.

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"Hunger And Thirst" - Typhoon (super-impressed with their newest album "White Lighter"...)

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Now That I've Found You: A Collection

 

[1995]

 

Alison Krauss

 

 

 

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Christoph Willibald GluckOrfeo ed Euridice
Euridice----Nancy Argenta
Orfeo------Michael Chance
Amore-----Stefan Beckerbauer
Kammerchor Stuttgart
Tafelmusik/Frieder Bernius

 

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This song has been playing in my head since I woke up this morning.

 

Rebecca Brandt - Numbers & Shapes

https://rebeccabrandt.bandcamp.com/album/numbers-shapes

 

Currently listening to this (again). I've really taken a shine to this record. The CD is on its way to me, but the album is a free download on Bandcamp.

 

 

This is now one of my favorite Teto songs. Her tuning is amazing; she sounds so much more grown up.

 

Tim Hecker - Virgins

 

Listening to this for the first time.

 

Verdict: I like it a lot, even after just one listen. I would definitely recommend it to those who have developed an appreciation for ambient/drone/experimental.


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Terry Riley - The Last Camel in Paris

Alva Noto - RA.276

 

Aki Takahashi - Triadic Memories

 

Tim Hecker - The Ravedeath, 1972

 

Morton Feldman — For Bunita Marcus

 

Morton Feldman - Piano, Violin, Viola, Cello

 

S-Core - Infant


And then something other than industrial/ambient.

Depeche Mode - Black Celebration

 

Depeche Mode - Love In Itself

(specifically the B-side track, Fools)

 

Tame Impala - Lonerism

(specific track - Feels Like We Only Go Backwards)

 

Saccharine Trust - We Became Snakes.

 

Husker Du - Zen Arcade

 

Trifle - First Meeting

 

Gentle Giant - Free Hand

 

Rufus Zuphall - Weiss Der Teufel

 

Placebo - 1973

 

The Residents - Duck Stab!


And to top it off, debut of one of my all-time favourite bands.

Magma - Kobaia

 

And that's what I'll try to finish from today to Wednesday.

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Off of vinyl:

Steely Dan~ Gaucho

Cannonball Adderley~ Somethin' Else

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Gustav Mahler 4th with Reiner off vinyl:

 

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George Frideric HandelJudas Maccabeus
Guy de Mey, tenor
Lisa Saffer, soprano
Patricia Spence, mezzo-soprano
David Thomas, bass
University of California Berkeley Chamber Chorus/John Butt
Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra/Nicholas McGegan 

 

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disperse, journey through the hidden gardens.

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