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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THE BABY NAMBOOS, "ANCOATS Z ZAMBIA"

The first release onTricky's Durban Poison label, this album from English collective TheBaby Namboos expands the boundaries of trip-hop (a genre which hasbecome rather tired lately), presenting interesting pop songs, soulfulmelodies and just enough rap and reggae to keep you interested.
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THE CURE, "BLOODFLOWERS"

Why review a Cure record for Brainwashed?
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PUBLIC IMAGE LTD. "PLASTIC BOX"

Public Image Limited was founded in 1978 mere months after the chaotic demise of the Sex Pistols.
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DJ ME DJ YOU, "RAINBOWS AND ROBOTS"

The work of Craig Borrell& Ross Harris can be heard on the MoWax release "Contacto Espacial"by Sukia, as the two comprise 2/3 of the group.
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ARLING & CAMERON, "MUSIC FOR IMAGINARY FILMS"

The concept was alreadyinvented but the execution was quite different. I'm referring to LeafRecords' "Invisible Soundtracks" volumes 1 and 2, which collectedexclusive tracks from Laika, Fridge, To Rococo Rot, Paul D. Miller andothers, where the premise was to have soundtrack music made up forfictitious movies.
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MATMOS, "THE WEST"

For their thirdfull-length release, Matmos has indeed ventured down the road to thewestern lands - with guitar and western themed songs done through theeyes of an experimental electronic band who by now has their shittogether.
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MONDII, "1:p"

From Chicago's Hefty Records comes this, the debut release from Japan's Nao Sugimoto - a.k.a. Mondii.
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"THE FINAL SOLSTICE"

Through Piskidisk comes this release from Rose MacDowell's Sorrow and various other related bands.
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COIL, "ASTRAL DISASTER"

Some tones, some drones,beautiful soundscapes and even a guitar bit on here. Most unmistakablyCoil, however, this is the CD release of an LP originally recorded backaround Halloween 1998.
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ROCKET FROM THE CRYPT, "CUT AND PLAY"

San Diego's favorite sons offer up a marvelous return to form on theirlatest Ep.
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