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Thursday, 25 February 2021 15:16

The Smiths - This Night Has Opened My Eyes

The album consists mainly of songs recorded over several BBC Radio 1 sessions in 1983 (tracks shown in bold were included on the album). When first broadcast, these radio sessions mainly featured songs which were otherwise unavailable—all were subsequently re-recorded for singles or for the following year's debut album. "This Night Has Opened My Eyes" was recorded in the studio in June 1984, but the only version ever released was the September Peel session.
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Tuesday, 23 February 2021 13:46

Daft Punk - Technologic

Buy it, use it, break it, fix it, trash it, change it, mail, upgrade it Charge it, point it, zoom it, press it, snap it, work it, quick erase it Write it, cut it, paste it, save it, load it, check it, quick rewrite it Plug it, play it, burn it, rip it, drag it, drop it, zip - unzip it Lock it, fill it, call it, find it, view it, code it, jam, unlock it Surf it, scroll it, pause it, click it, cross it, crack it, switch, update it Name it, read it, tune it, print it, scan it, send it, fax, rename it Touch it, bring it, pay it, watch it, turn it, leave it, stop, format it
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Monday, 22 February 2021 15:54

Thee Oh Sees - Axis

During breaks from the band's extensive tour in support of Mutilator Defeated at Last, the band would jam new song ideas at rehearsals, with vocalist and guitarist John Dwyer recording the ideas onto a cassette to listen to and choose his favourite ideas. The album and its companion, An Odd Entrances, was mostly recorded as a live band with the band's regular engineer and collaborator Chris Woodhouse. Regarding the recording process drummer Ryan Moutinho noted, "We recorded all of that in three days. Actually... I'm going to say four, but I really think it was three. I was really sick. I had a one-hundred-and-twenty degree fever and was vomiting. I recorded the whole record in a hoody, with the hood up. We went in there, did that, and then me, Tim [Hellman] and Dan [Rincon] all went home, and John stayed and finished it."
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Sólveig Matthildur is the solo project of the synth performer in Kælan Mikla from Iceland and the co-founder of MYRKFÆLNI magazine about the Icelandic underground music scene.

She self-released her debut album, Unexplained miseries & the acceptance of sorrow, in August 2017 which recently received the Kraumur awards.

Working primarily with synthesizers, strings, and voices circling around 40 Hz sine waves that eventually start beating with your heart.

Taking you on a journey, through unexplained miseries to the acceptance of sorrow.

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Saturday, 20 February 2021 10:25

Webheads - Sin City

Webheads is an obscure Canadian Minimal Electro/Darkwave and also an Experimental band from the '80s.
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Friday, 19 February 2021 16:01

Le Cassette - Electric Paradise

Le Cassette is an electronic synth-wave/synthpop band from London, UK.
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Thursday, 18 February 2021 14:15

Dobri Isak - Mi plačemo iza tamnih naočara

Dobri Isak is a Serbian post-punk/goth-rock band from Niš active in the period 1983-1986 in former Yugoslavia.
They recorded their first and only album "Mi plačemo iza tamnih naočara" (We Cry Behind Dark Glasses),

released in 1986 by the Niš Student Cultural Center (SKC), being the first release of the Studentkult production.

The album, released on compact cassette-only and printed in a limited number of 100 copies, had been distributed by the Ljubljana ŠKUC and rapidly sold out. Band's concert activity was consist of winning the Best Performance Award at the Serbian Youth Festival in Knjaževac in 1985 after they gain the opportunity to appear at the Dani Novih Omladinskih Novina in Split (Croatia) in the Summer of the same year.

After that, the band appeared with several other Niš bands at the "Pozdrav iz Niša" manifestation in Skopje (Macedonia). In a short period of time, the band had another performance in Skopje, appearing as guests at the first solo concert of the band Padot na Vizantija.

During late 1985, the band performed at the Rock Bands Festival held at the Belgrade Dom Omladine, and in early 1986, the band had two appearances at the Zagreb (Croatia) alternative rock festival Yu Rock Moment, in March in the semi-final, and on May at the festival finale, held at the Republic Square, performing with Let 3, October 1864, and Mizar.

Dobri Isak performed until June 1986, when they held their last concert at the Niš Synagogue, appearing with Arnold Layne and Mizar, after which they decided to split up."

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Wednesday, 17 February 2021 11:06

Siekiera - Ludzie Wschodu

Siekiera is a New Wave, Post-Punk band, formed in 1983 in Pulawy, Poland, under the name of "Trafo".

The song "Ludzie Wschodu" comes from their first LP that released in 1986.

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Evrydika BA2O37 (Эвридика ВА2О37) is a Short-lived minimal synth / industrial project by Pall Nattsol, from Saint-Petersburg, Russia.

On 17/04/2016 performed live at "Sirens are back" festival at Vinylla Sky club (SPb) along with "Фивы", "Sierpien", "Культура Раны" and "ДК Посторонних". It's happened to be the only band's live appearance in its history.

The posthumous tape album was released in March 2017 by Detriti Records.

At the track "Солдат Поэт", Pall chants the poem "The soldier-poet" by the Greek poet Miltos Sachtouris.

Pall Nattsol aka Pavel Zarutskiy is a musician, poet, and poetry translator with studies in greek philosophy, from Saint-Petersburg, Russia.

Has taken part in the following bands:

Grotesque Sexuality - 2008-2012, voice and lyrics

Salome's Dance - 2012-2014, bass

Эвридика ВА2О37 (as ΠΝ) - 2015-2016, voice and lyrics

Культура Раны - 2015-2017, voice and lyrics

Земля Сомнамбулы - 2016-2017, bass

Also edited "Grave Jibes Fanzine" from 2008 till 2012.

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Monday, 15 February 2021 11:26

Templebeat - Drugs No Vox

Templebeat is an Italian industrial ebm electro band, active from 1991 to 1996.
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