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Yeah the KVB are great! I believe I posted a song or two earlier in this thread.
Radar Men From The Moon just released Subversive III: De Spelende Mens
I always liked Lewis Floyd Henry's irreverent take on the blues. Here's one of his own tunes.
Surprised he doesn't pick somewhere more receptive than Brick Lane to ply his trade - the place is full of hipsters and cooler than thou Shoreditch t**ts, who walk around with an affected indifference. He's givin' em the full on Hendrix Experience there and they mostly don't give a ****!
Throwing Muses - The Fat Skier
R.E.M. - Document
Seeing as how it's Sunday and all. Saw these guys last month. Excellent gig.
Simon Finn: Jerusalem, from the album Pass the Distance, 1970
LOFT - Three Settlements Four Ways
That was a treat for my earbuds
Posford's always worth listening to. Hallucinogen and Shpongle were the best thing to come out of psytrance IMO. Here's another one of his many side projects:
Dub Trees - Nature Never Did Betray The Heart That Loved Her
Just back from an excellent gig with the following artists. Headining was Emma Ruth Rundle (ex Red Sparrowes), Supported by Jaye Jayle (including being her backing band), and UK outfit, Fvnerals.
This is the Emma/Jaye split
Last gig of the year on Saturday, the mighty Mogwai.