Brainwashed Radio: The Podcast Edition

Pink Guitar by Lindsay

Back in the groove.

New episode this weekend = new music from Jonnine, Beautify Junkyards, Colin Stetson, Elska, Nuno Beats, Yann Novak, Charif Megarbane, and Luke Elliott, plus some vault goodies from Current 93, Trans Am, Four Tet, and Magnolia Electric Co.

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VLADISLAV DELAY, "MULTILA"

The more I hear from Helsinki's Vladislav Delay, the more I'm convinced he's a genius.
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ILLUSION OF SAFETY, "THE NATURE OF SAND"

This CD documents twolive performances from 1995 featuring Illusion of Safety with membersof Life Garden (in Phoenix) and Illusion of Safety with Voice of Eye(Houston).
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ELEVENTH DREAM DAY, "STALLED PARADE"

In the course of thirteen years, the face and styles of independent rock has gone through a number of changes.
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"RISE/CONVERGENCE"

Kurt Gluck explains inthe rather impressive booklet for this CD that he wanted to arrange acollection of various artists that could be listened to together in onelisten.
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"VOICES IN MY LUNCHBOX"

What does that title mean to you?
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"SOUNDS OF THE GEOGRAPHICALLY CHALLENGED"

The next compilation featured this week proves that Jeremy Devine does indeed have good Karma after all.
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"CHILLOUT BASSCAPES 2"

There once was a technocollection titled "Beware of Bass," and I wished I paid attention tothat warning, because any compilation with the word "Bass" in thetitle, stay far away from.
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THE CLARKE & WARE EXPERIMENT, "PRETENTIOUS"

pretentious\Pre*ten"tious\, a. [Cf. F. pr['e]tentieux. See Pretend.] Full ofpretension; disposed to lay claim to more than is one's; presuming;assuming.
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"COMMERCIAL AD HOC"

I sometimes wonder why I buy these things, especially when the websites openly give the songs away free on MP3.
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THROBBING GRISTLE, "RAFTERS"

More evidence that CDs are too easy to produce are all these bootlegs of Throbbing Gristle popping up.
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