Brainwashed Radio: The Podcast Edition

Cactuses by Gabriel

Midweek special.

We held off a couple days from the weekend to bring you brand new music from A Place To Bury Strangers, Alan Sparhawk, SAULT, Clinic Stars, Letting Up Despite Great Faults, Midwife, Lilacs & Champagne, Kim Deal, and Andrew Chalk, plus some vault releases from Galaxie 500, Aerial M, and Diamanda Galás.

Cactuses by Gabriel.

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V/VM PRESENTS FALCO & KID 606

Two brand swanking new 7" single releases are available now on vinyl from v/vm Test Recordings.
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WILL OLDHAM, "GUARAPERO - LOST BLUES 2"

This collection of Oldhamtunes pulls a ton of stuff (16 tracks to be exact) from four trackdemos, home recordings, live stuff, peel sessions and other bits andpieces hanging around from the last seven years.
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IN THE NURSERY, "GROUNDLOOP"

With ITN moreso than Coiland Greater Than One, I'm mildly aggrivated when I mention them tosomebody and get a response like, "oh are they still around?"
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RECOIL, "LIQUID"

One album which shouldmost definitely have been instrumental is the fourth full-lengther fromformer Depeche Mode electro wizard, Alan Wilder.
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COH, "VOX TINNITUS"

This excellentraster-noton release is really worth getting. It's a strange andintelligent little EP, with a nice balance between tightly controlledminimalism and playful goofiness. Very impressive!
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Swans, "Filth / Body To Body, Job To Job"

 Since Swans demise in 1997, Michael Gira has meticulously re-packaged exactly what he wants to preserve of Swans 15 year legacy via double cd re-issues, this being the fourth and final one. This set couples the long out print 1983 debut album Filth and the 1982-85 studio out takes and live recording collection Body to Body, Job to Job. In addition is a previously unreleased 25 minute live show in NYC from 1982/3 and a 9 minute live version of "Raping a Slave" from 1984. Noticeably missing are the four songs from the debut s/t EP from 1982.
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OL' DIRTY BASTARD, "NIGGA PLEASE"

One of the most foul-mouthed, sleazy, perverse, sexist and nasty records I've ever heard.
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CRANK, "HEFTIBAG"

Glitch music is quickly becoming the new jungle: a newborn style that artists, both old and new, look to for inspiration.
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D'ANGELO, "VOODOO"

Soul music, just like any good genre, needs an album to redraw its blueprint every now and then.
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YO LA TENGO, "AND THEN NOTHING TURNED ITSELF INSIDE-OUT"

This release marks the10th full-length original studio record of that lovable NY trio thatdoesn't seem to have an enemy in the music press. Rightfully so, too.
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