Wow thank you for this @jlmitch5 !
The guitar reminds me of the Smiths, somehow…
And this voice ! Thanks a lot mate !
Discover this lovely live session this week
And this one on loop since january
Minimal percussive composition, kind of Geinoh Yamashirogumi vibe without choir and vocal.
found this one last week remind me some Laraaji album.
No problem, glad you are enjoying it. I’m glad I got to see them live a few times before they broke up.
Also, looks like Ing is based just a couple hours north of where I am. Will keep a lookout to see if they stop by and play a show here—they seem like they could be a great band to watch live too
Got this track from a friend of mine, building a heartbreak playlist for me. It is quite amazing.
Discovered this 3 months ago. Absolutely amazing.
Still in the studio, redrawing a thingy for 3D print for the 3rd time, filmic ambient.
Pye Corner Audio.
The latest album was only released today, so haven’t had a chance to listen to it properly, but I enjoyed his previous, Stasis very much.
Here he is performing at Brighton Modular Meet in 2017:
He opened for Wild Nothing yesterday and this was absolutely my kind of thing.
Speaking of shows, another band I’m eager to see live in May:
If you want some more recent indie rock heavily inspired by stereolab, I discovered this the other day
Woah! That’s an awesome first track.
Yeah. Fucking fantastic and way too short.
Mark Hollis eponymous album.
I’m gonna miss him so much.
I listened to Niky Nine’s album Suncore the other day
Stanislav Tolkachev - Kid yourself
Pond - Edge Of The World Pt. 2
Eliane Radigue - Trilogie De La Mort
Rrose - Incisors