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    Todays RIO score:

    Robert Wyatt - Ruth is stranger then Richard

    Curlew - North America (thanks uncle Steve!)

    Yugen - Mirrors

    Now playing Regal Worm - Pig Views. Not rio, but very good.

    .....and still no AZ

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    Mre recent bands: Poil, Ni and Piniol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thedunno View Post
    Curlew - North America (thanks uncle Steve!)
    Hope you like it; let us know!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zappathustra View Post
    Degrees of avantness:

    - blood freezes on tracks and liquid excrement appears on the underwear. A 13 on Gnosis.

    - blood runs faster and you bang your head on the wall until the wall collapses. A 14 on Gnosis.

    - blood appears on the tip of your ears and nose, as a symptom of severe internal cerebral hemorrhage. A 15 on Gnosis.

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    That makes sense, does Shub Nigurath get 15 on gnosis?

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    Quote Originally Posted by karel hupj View Post
    Mre recent bands: Poil, Ni and Piniol.
    All great but I think fusion of PinioL reigns supreme! Hopefully there is more to come.

    PoiL is releasing new album this spring I believe.
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    Thanks for the admins for fixing the thread name!

    About The Artaud Beats that I mentioned earlier]. I have now listened album Logos (2015) three times and it is quite interesting even if little uneven album. Very recommended for Henry Cow and Art Bears fans. I love the title song!

    I see that The Artaud Beats have released one live album called Nodutgang, Bodo 28.10.11. Any comments about it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kcrimso View Post
    All great but I think fusion of PinioL reigns supreme! Hopefully there is more to come.

    PoiL is releasing new album this spring I believe.
    ni are also releasing an album this spring
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kcrimso View Post
    Thanks for the admins for fixing the thread name!

    About [B]The Artaud Beats[/B that I mentioned earlier]. I have now listened album Logos (2015) three times and it is quite interesting even if little uneven album. Very recommended for Henry Cow and Art Bears fans. I love the title song!

    I see that The Artaud Beats have released one live album called Nodutgang, Bodo 28.10.11. Any comments about it?
    I never know what to make of these types of albums, having seen them live at RIO a few years ago I can visualize the band as I hear the music which certainly helps, but this kind of improvisation is tough on me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mascodagama View Post
    I agree that the Jeremy Flower album is outstanding. Rabbit Rabbit Radio I have yet to explore but thanks for the tip on the CDs. Physical media remain my preference, Luddite that I am.
    Glad to hear you like Jeremy Flower -he deserves to be better known than he is. He is working on a second album fortunately. Here's the link for the two Rabbit Rabbit Radio CDs (the first is available from their bandcamp page) http://www.klanggalerie.com/gg280

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kcrimso View Post
    All great but I think fusion of PinioL reigns supreme! Hopefully there is more to come.

    PoiL is releasing new album this spring I believe.
    Ni will release a new record first of march 'Pantophobie' maybe a hint to Present every track has the name of a different phobie
    https://niiii.bandcamp.com/album/pantophobie
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    Is the Artaud Beats record available anywhere online to preview/buy MP3/stream?

    And yeah the Curlew record on offer from Cuneiform last week I picked up, very very cool interesting sounds. Need to spin it some more!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve F. View Post
    a.P.A.t.T are a lot of fun!
    Currently mixing for them

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    I feel I'm entering the PHD faculty lounge. But what the heck. Any fans of Absolute Zero? I've been listening to Crashing Icons. This band is rarely mentioned. Great stuff. Too bad it's their only album.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bartellb View Post
    I feel I'm entering the PHD faculty lounge. But what the heck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Udi Koomran View Post
    Currently mixing for them

    Cool beans, Udi!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Udi Koomran View Post
    Currently mixing for them
    Cool, I assume it's rather good? Any idea if it will be available in time for RIO?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kcrimso View Post
    All great but I think fusion of PinioL reigns supreme! Hopefully there is more to come.

    PoiL is releasing new album this spring I believe.
    Ni is also releasing a new album at the beginning of March. Poil released a split with Mula from Colombia (IRC) just a few months ago and indeed a new album in spring.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NogbadTheBad View Post
    ni are also releasing an album this spring
    Quote Originally Posted by alucard View Post
    Ni will release a new record first of march 'Pantophobie' maybe a hint to Present every track has the name of a different phobie
    https://niiii.bandcamp.com/album/pantophobie
    Quote Originally Posted by karel hupj View Post
    Ni is also releasing a new album at the beginning of March. Poil released a split with Mula from Colombia (IRC) just a few months ago and indeed a new album in spring.
    Apparently ni are releasing a new album


    The PoiL - Mula split release isn't bad at all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NogbadTheBad View Post
    Cool, I assume it's rather good? Any idea if it will be available in time for RIO?
    Its weird - i am only mixing 2 tracks
    No idea what their plan is

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    North Sea Radio Orchestra: avant-prog or not? Maybe not but very nice chamber rock/prog anyway. I got their 2016 album Dronne today which is quite lovely.
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    Just finished listening to U Totem - s/n. Wow, haven't heard that one in years. Pretty complex stuff but still there are some rewarding moments, specially on the last two tracks The Judas Goat and Vagabonds Home.

    For all Henry Cow fans check this one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kcrimso View Post
    North Sea Radio Orchestra: avant-prog or not? Maybe not but very nice chamber rock/prog anyway. I got their 2016 album Dronne today which is quite lovely.
    Chamber Rock/Pop for me, lovely stuff, huge fan. Going to see them play Robert Wyatt's Rock Bottom at the RIO festival this year. Should be very interesting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NogbadTheBad View Post
    Chamber Rock/Pop for me, lovely stuff, huge fan. Going to see them play Robert Wyatt's Rock Bottom at the RIO festival this year. Should be very interesting.
    I would really like to see that show. Especially as I love John Greaves who is also performing with NSRO. In fact I am still considering about travelling there...

    Now listening Henry Cow: Concerts. First disc is just amazing but I gotta admit that I have serious problems with disc two...
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