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    Released in July for the Avant / Brutal Jazz fans out there

    Alex Ward (guitar, clarinet)
    James Sedwards (guitar)
    Weasel Walter (drums)

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    New album ‘Stumpwork’ by Dry Cleaning, out October 21st.

    I’ve played Scratchcard Lanyard a lot, so looking forward to this.


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    Yeah that's on my wishlist waiting release date
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zeph View Post
    New album ‘Stumpwork’ by Dry Cleaning, out October 21st.

    I’ve played Scratchcard Lanyard a lot, so looking forward to this.

    Man I listened to their last album a few times when I was going through some best of 2021 lists and enjoyed it but not enough to think of myself as a fan of the band. But that cover is creatively gross enough that I'm probably going to give their next one some spins too.

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    Looking forward to that new Dry Cleaning too. Great band. Speaking of great bands from Britain, the new Lydian Collective has now been confirmed for October 7th. Here's a track from it.



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    New album out from Tim Bowness out tomorrow called Butterfly Mind.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve983 View Post
    New album out from Tim Bowness out tomorrow called Butterfly Mind.
    Looking forward this one. My preorder shipped a couple of days ago; hopefully it won't take too long to arrive from the UK. He's been building up a remarkable body of work, mostly under the radar. Anything of Tim's is an auto-buy so I haven't listened to any of the singles, but the initial reviews seem good.

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    New Porcupine Tree live album in red vinyl from the Coma Divine sets

    https://burningshed.com/porcupine-tr..._category=true

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    Rerelease: Tony Williams – ‘Play or Die’ (1980; 2022 remaster) - for the first time on CD.

    https://somethingelsereviews.com/202...-2022-release/
    Last edited by Zeuhlmate; 1 Week Ago at 08:53 AM.

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    Ian

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    Gordon Haskell - "You've got to keep the groove in your head and play a load of bollocks instead"
    I blame Wynton, what was the question?
    There are only 10 types of people in the World, those who understand binary and those that don't.

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    Tim Bowness almost fooled me there for a second - I thought he'd gotten happier.
    No matter what anyone says, you are the decider of how you will listen to music.

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    I like the Kokoroko quite a bit but I'm not sure why. Has sort of a 1990s feel to it where I'm expecting a woman to start singing, "You are the one who I've waited for so long," or some such thing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NogbadTheBad View Post
    I am a bit underwhelmed so far. It is all so laid back. I hoped for a bit more fire and energy.

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    I tend to agree
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    Cymbalic Encounters (a collaboration between Mark Murdock and Brand X alumni John Goodsall and Percy Jones) has released a new album: "Cerulean Cathedral"



    Makes you miss John even more

    [Edit] I found the bandcamp page as well:


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    ^^Mark just told me there won't be a CD-version of this one (yet?), despite the promotional information.

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    New Jan Hammer CD: SEASONS PT. 2 https://janhammer.hearnow.com/

    Compared to the stuff he did many years ago, his new stuff sounds somewhat like a mix between New Age and library music.

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    New Antoine Fafard (formely Spaced Out), this time under the bandname Alta Forma: SPATIUM & TEMPUS (releasedate October 21) https://antoinefafard.com/

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    Caterina Barbieri: Spirit Exit - a wonderful mix of synth-, classical - and minimal music.


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    Quote Originally Posted by interbellum View Post
    New Antoine Fafard (formely Spaced Out), this time under the bandname Alta Forma: SPATIUM & TEMPUS (releasedate October 21) https://antoinefafard.com/
    Oooo interesting.
    Please don't ask questions, just use google.

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    New O.R.K. on the way. Screamnasium.

    https://kscopemusic.com/ork-screamnasium/


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    This is a snippet from the new 47 minute long Toehider song "I Have Little to No Memory of These Memories", available on CD and vinyl from 03/09/2022.


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    I've just released a new symphonic prog concept EP with 31 minutes of fresh music! It's also my first release with lyrics in my native language.
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    Built for the Future new single: THE COLLECTIVE

    from the upcoming album 2084

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    Now on Bandcamp and Spotify. Anyone know when these recordings are from? The band sounds GREAT!:

    Primary procreation is accomplished…

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