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What are you listening to right now # 35

Discussion in 'music' started by Phage, Jul 15, 2012.

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  2. Cereal Killer

    Cereal Killer fourhundredandthirtytwo

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  3. TheDecameron

    TheDecameron Unicorns fart glitter.

    Proms on R3, BBC Concert Orchestra doing 'Desert Island Discs'
    Despite the title, it's very enjoyable. Wayne Marshall cranking up the Albert Hall Organ now....
  4. guey

    guey pfm Member

    Cracking album; but my favourite by him/them is the Scum EP.
  5. Fox

    Fox The sound of one hoof clopping

    Yuichiro fujimoto


    Mostly from "speaks melodies" but I'm wafting through his back catalogue

    Been following this artist for a few years, delightfully simple but dig deep and it's not, is really really intensely sparse.
  6. TOFFEEMAN1878

    TOFFEEMAN1878 Chosen Not Manufactured

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  7. guey

    guey pfm Member

    Moritz Von Oswald Trio - Vertical Ascent
  8. conread

    conread pfm Member

    Wall of Voodoo - ring of fire

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  9. johnfromnorwich

    johnfromnorwich even my wife noticed the dif..

    Almost snap

    Moritz Von Oswald Trio / Live in New York
  10. Anex

    Anex Señor Member

    Is that the new one? Is it any good? I've found the others... lacking.
  11. johnfromnorwich

    johnfromnorwich even my wife noticed the dif..

    It's not new and it's not bad if you're in the mood. Better than Vertical Ascent I think, but still less than essential.
  12. Anex

    Anex Señor Member

    Maybe I already have it then - I've got the rocket, the crayon and the bone ones. I find them OK in parts but generally a bit directionless, although I do appreciate the concept.
    Which is how I've found the bits of Pan Sonic I've heard - I like the idea but not the execution.
  13. johnfromnorwich

    johnfromnorwich even my wife noticed the dif..

    It's got a multicoloured tube of some sort on the the cover. Mine smells really bad too - like that 1970s purple photocopy ink. Which Pansonic have you got? 'Aaltopiri' sort of drifts by but I think 'Gravitoni' is immense. 'Pan Finale' in particular.
  14. Anex

    Anex Señor Member

    I have one with valves on the cover - not at home so I can't check the title. I also have one with Keiji Haino which I quite like but mainly for Keiji Haino as it's really Pan Sonic providing a backdrop for him to perform over.
  15. mr.datsun

    mr.datsun pfm Member

    Anex, imo, the one good Pan Sonic album is the first Vakio and also the first 12" single on Sähkö. Of course, they were call Panasonic back then. They said everything in those two records and they said it well. It was a shock to the system. It wasn't techno it was something unique and afterwards they lost focus. Maybe it was due to the fact there was nowhere to go after that first pure electronics art statement. They started sounding normal and predictable – more like a techno beats and electronica – as they tried to expand their idea.

    Vakio is definitely worth checking out. I have the classical record box set of 4 x 10". There is also a double 12" and CD of the album. Recommended.
  16. sideshowbob

    sideshowbob 47 Lab Rat

    I saw them live when they were still called Panasonic, supporting Suicide. I thought they were pretty good, but then Suicide came on and blew them out of the water, frankly, so I forgot about them.
  17. soileduk

    soileduk pfm Member

  18. Anex

    Anex Señor Member

    OK thanks, I'll give those a go.
  19. Still

    Still he said his naim was ralph

  20. Mark Pope

    Mark Pope Senior Moment

    Albinoni - Oboe concerto in C major.
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