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PostPosted: 23 Mar 2016, 16:53 
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seeing masin soon

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PostPosted: 25 Mar 2016, 12:17 
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Recently quit smoking (again), so now I'm coincidentally straight edge and been revisiting everything Ian:

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Don't really care for Embrace, though.

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PostPosted: 26 Mar 2016, 18:28 
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Haha good on both ends: quitting and revisiting ;)
Speaking of recent stuff, I think you'd like So Pitted.


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PostPosted: 27 Mar 2016, 22:02 
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Hah, thanks on both accounts. Usually, I try quitting for my health, but unfortunately, I never actually cared THAT much about my lungs. This time feels different, though, it's an actual desire to quit smoking as much as, say, a new pair of shoes. It's coming at a time in my life where I'm just completely consumed with pumping out as much music as possible, so it might be related to that.

So Pitted is so good, I haven't kept up with current hardcore to be honest. But while we're on the topic, there's a surprisingly good article on NPR about the current DC scene, so I guess I have plenty to explore:

http://www.npr.org/sections/therecord/2 ... t=20160327

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PostPosted: 27 Mar 2016, 22:11 
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Oh interesting, thanks for sharing!


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PostPosted: 01 Apr 2016, 14:56 
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Really digging Underworld's new one. It sounds very 90s/early 2ks Underworld, and I know the whole 90s thing is in full swing at this point, but whatever. It takes me back to big room days and when an artist could be big enough to be anthemic.

rilu, after having spent some more time with So Pitted, it's awesome, reminds me somewhat of Flouride and Grave Babies, both of whom I love.

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PostPosted: 02 Apr 2016, 17:49 
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oh glad you like it :) i must admit i don't know anything of what you mention above. guess i should check!


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Shove it up your ass!
Skin me no more you cocksucker cops!
You creep microscopic far below me,
In your totally meaningless and insignificant fascist soullessness!
You have no dream, no destiny, no life, no balls,
No spine, no brain, no heart, no humanity!

And in the face of all this you hate
And in the face of all this beauty you keep on hating
Listen to me now all you fucking asshole cop motherfuckers
Get wise
Because i'm putting a powerful, powerful curse on your cowardly soul
Get rid of your ridiculous, laughable roles
And kiss the cunt of god

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PostPosted: 14 Apr 2016, 00:12 
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Seeing Jason Lescalleet tonight.


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PostPosted: 14 Apr 2016, 16:27 
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Been recently listening to the new Che-Shizu album a lot. Highly recommended.

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PostPosted: 15 Apr 2016, 01:08 
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^^nice to see some Masin!

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PostPosted: 15 Apr 2016, 02:35 
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Absolutely love that Sonny track you posted Jack.

Lescalleet's performance last night
I'm still so divided on it. The sounds he uses are completely unique and brilliant -- some absolutely devastating samples. That being said, I think he might have had some technical difficulties and at worst might have been too overwhelmed with his own set up. I left the show wanting more..... though I'd see him again, if presented the opportunity, in hopes he has a better command of that noise next time around. Really wonderful man. Seemed genuine and humble.


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that time the bass was so low at the Sun 0)))) show it made me throw up...

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thanks for the lovely feldman piece, t. i've been meaning to post some things here for a while without much opportunity to, but i shall definitely take this one..

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I took my son to the zoo and couldn't help but think of that No Trend song. Breed like rats and I knew better, guilty as charged :lol:

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I thought of them last week when out to see carla bozulich play with saccharine trust, who are a stellar fucking lot as you'd ever imagine them to be, and amusing in ways how a certain grouping of disparate bands that i've always been fond of had evolved along a trajectory that doesn't seem at all unfamiliar - by this i mean them, no trend, the ex and brainbombs, who all seem to have had a kind of flirtation with jazz and improvised music that only a white guy (all apologies, joe baiza) could - and so you get this, i don't really know how to describe it.. but if someone had asked today's saccharine trust to play a show with dna or contortions circa 81, it wouldn't look or sound at all implausible.

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Haha, yes to the jazz bit. Which reminds me, I've been enjoying Tortoise's latest, although that's practically the opposite end of the white guy jazz spectrum from no wave.

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That Ghédalia Tazartès piece is wonderful. Thanks for sharing it.

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Some history accompanying this piece thanks to The Telegraph.
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At the time of his demise Rudolf Wittgenstein, known in the family as 'Rudi', was 22 years old and a student of chemistry at the Berlin Academy. By all accounts he was an intelligent, literate, good-looking man with grand passions for music, photography and the theatre. In the summer of 1903, anxious about an aspect of his personality that he termed 'my perverted disposition', he sought help from the Scientific Humanitarian Committee, a charitable organisation that campaigned for the repeal of Section 175 of the German Criminal Code - a draconian law against die widernatürliche Unzucht (unnatural sexual acts). The same organisation published an annual report of its activities, within which was a case-study, describing in detail the problems of an unnamed homosexual student in Berlin. Rudi, fearing that the article had identified him as the subject, immediately set himself upon his fatal course of action.
At 9.45 on the evening of May 2, 1904, Rudi walked into a restaurant-bar on Berlin's Branden­burgstrasse, ordered two glasses of milk and some food, which he ate in a state of noticeable agitation. When he had finished he asked the waiter to send a bottle of mineral water to the pianist with instructions for him to play the popular Thomas Koschat number, Verlassen, verlassen, verlassen bin ich. As the music wafted across the room, Rudolf took from his pocket a sachet of clear crystal compound and dissolved the contents into one of his glasses of milk.


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