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    My haul:

    Kavus Torabi - The Sentinel
    Klava - Polku
    Harri Kuusijärvi Koutus - Music For A Family Picnic
    Juha Kujanpää - Kivenpyörittäjä - Tales and Travels [Thanks, AdventAlan, for the tip. Eclipse is one of my favourite Finnish labels but I didn't know this one.]
    Schnellertollermeier - X
    Gösta Berlings Saga - Glue Works
    Djam Karet - Live At Orion
    Upsilon Acrux - Sun Square Dialect
    Upsilon Acrux - The Last Pirates of Upsilon
    Hughscore - Delta Flora
    Zevious - Passing Through The Wall

    I would particularly recommend the Klava album if you like the sound of some brass-heavy psyched out Finnish retro-prog:

    https://eclipsemusicrecordlabel.band...om/album/polku

    It's groovy.
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    Nice haul! The Schnellertollermeier, Upsilon Acrux, Zevious and Hughscore are excellent.
    Ian

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    MFTJ!

    https://mftj.bandcamp.com/album/mftj

    Good luck to all trying to get through the Bandcamp traffic!

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    Meanwhile from the "other things" file...my happy buys for the day:

    Slow Dancing Society
    Andy Fosberry
    Visible Cloaks
    This Will Destroy You
    Rapoon
    Roll the Dice
    Pye Corner Audio
    Jessie Frye / Ollie Wride
    Gazelle Twin
    Steve Moore
    Lingua Ignota
    VHS Glitch
    Ryan J Raffa

    Looks like a few subscription drops landed tonight as well which is a cool bonus.
    Ephemeral Sun - because I gotta do something about these boxes of CDs in the basement: http://www.ephemeralsun.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by moecurlythanu View Post
    Tried to download my earlier Kant Freud Kafka purchase, got this: Error 503 first byte timeout

    Never saw that one before, that I can remember.
    Finally got them down. According to Trader's Little Helper, they're corrupted. (All of them.) I burned them anyway for Road Food, and they seem to be fine. I have the actual discs coming, so it doesn't matter, but it is odd.
    He did not know that the sword he'd hold, would turn his priceless empire into fool's gold...

    http://www.discogs.com/user/moecurlythanu/collection

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    Picked up 4 Markus Reuter releases I've been procrastinating on,
    Sultry Kiss Down Under
    FACE
    Quit Being So Gray
    Sultry Kissing Lounge
    No trouble with the site whatsoever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thedunno View Post
    I grabbed a bunch of albums from BC today. Some newer ones and a lot that were on my wishlist for too long:


    Stop Motion Orchestra - Instant everything
    Wow, really enjoying this one. What kept me so long? Great Cardiacs cover on it too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thedunno View Post
    Wow, really enjoying this one. What kept me so long? Great Cardiacs cover on it too.
    Guessing you already had their more recent album Lightworks? Which is really great.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NogbadTheBad View Post
    Nice haul! The Schnellertollermeier, Upsilon Acrux, Zevious and Hughscore are excellent.
    I've got plenty to tuck into! And feeling quite pleased with myself that my Zevious and Upsilon album collections are now complete.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mascodagama View Post
    Guessing you already had their more recent album Lightworks? Which is really great.
    Nope. Lightworks is still in my wishlist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thedunno View Post
    Nope. Lightworks is still in my wishlist.
    A treat is in store when you get it, I reckon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mascodagama View Post

    I would particularly recommend the Klava album if you like the sound of some brass-heavy psyched out Finnish retro-prog:

    https://eclipsemusicrecordlabel.band...om/album/polku

    It's groovy.
    Picked up the Klava, based on the shared like for Madeleine - just listening now, & enjoying very much!

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    My Haul:
    Adrian Belew - Side 4 Live(2007)
    Drew Schlesinger/David Torn - Summer Synthesis(1978)

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    Anyone heard the final stats from yesterday. I read with 6 hrs left, they hit 3 million

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mascodagama View Post
    I've got plenty to tuck into! And feeling quite pleased with myself that my Zevious and Upsilon album collections are now complete.
    I'd already filled both of those out, it was quite easy to select a few that had been on my wishlist for ages.
    Ian

    Gordon Haskell - "You've got to keep the groove in your head and play a load of bollocks instead"
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    Not a ton of stuff:

    All of Anna Meredith's catalog, barring [I]Fibs[I] - she had a US tour scheduled and starting, then most of it got canceled. She needs the money.
    Simon Steensland's A Farewell to Brains

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    Quote Originally Posted by per anporth View Post
    Picked up the Klava, based on the shared like for Madeleine - just listening now, & enjoying very much!
    Pleased to hear it. You've previously turned me on to some good things...Bal Des Boiteux springs to mind.

    EDIT: Actually that one might have been alanterrill, but the principle holds.
    Last edited by Mascodagama; 03-21-2020 at 03:42 PM.
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    Picked up 3-4 albums from Cheer Accident (indeed, I don’t know which ones), the last Anglagard album and Kavus’ single.
    I want to dynamite your mind with love tonight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by interbellum View Post
    Richard Barbieri has some new/old stuff: https://richardbarbieri.bandcamp.com...t-future-tense
    Barbieri-related: a new EP by GRICE: https://hungersleeprecords.bandcamp....t-forest-vol-1

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    Barbieri's brother in Japan etc. releases The Extinct Suite on limited LP: https://stevejansen.bandcamp.com/alb...dor-lp-edition

    Steve Jansen’s ‘The Extinct Suite/Corridor’ limited vinyl LP edition is now ready to preorder from Bandcamp. Combining material from 2 solo albums onto 4 sides of 180g black vinyl in a gatefold sleeve incorporating all of the original artwork. Effectively two albums for the price of one. First 50 copies come signed. Release date intended May 11 (subject to conditions brought about by C-19)

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    Stumbeld over this one by Chance:

    https://180g-ajate.bandcamp.com/

    Weird mix of japanese traditional with African Groove and Funk

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    Can you download your BC albums to your phone a la Spotify (temporarily) if you want? How do I play these albums I have bought in my car via my Samsung?
    If it isn't Krautrock, it's krap.

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    You can download bandcamp purchases permanently. Whether you or your phone is able to deal with .zip files, I have no idea, but I downloaded them, unzipped them and stuck 'em on a microSD card that I can use in the car or wherever without streaming, which I don't do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave (in MA) View Post
    Picked up 4 Markus Reuter releases I've been procrastinating on,
    Sultry Kiss Down Under
    FACE
    Quit Being So Gray
    Sultry Kissing Lounge
    No trouble with the site whatsoever.
    I have to say, FACE is fantastic, and the other 3 are not unlike Fripp's Soundscapes, only more in-your-face.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave (in MA) View Post
    You can download bandcamp purchases permanently. Whether you or your phone is able to deal with .zip files, I have no idea, but I downloaded them, unzipped them and stuck 'em on a microSD card that I can use in the car or wherever without streaming, which I don't do.
    Not only can you download them permanently they are completely DRM free and you can download lossless FLAC files if you like. Many artists offer high resolution FLACs even (although Bandcamp doesn't differentiate them from CD quality downloads so it's usually a surprise). My Bandcamp music folder is now just over 100 GB of FLACs. By far my favorite place to purchase digital music (and most of the time you can even buy the CD and download the album right away).

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